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Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, 10557 Berlin

alien matter

alien matter, installation view at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, 2017.

The exhibition 'alien matter' aims to examine new relationships between man and machine through the work of thirty artists brought together around four thematic focal points: artificial intelligence, plastics, infrastructure and the internet of things. Review by Anaïs Castro.

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IMT Gallery, 2, 210 Cambridge Heath Rd, London E2 9NQ

you were high when I was doomed

Installation view, you were high when I was doomed, IMT Gallery

The walls of the gallery have been spray painted to resemble some kind of toxic sky, with poisonous greens and billowing hues of black and purple. It creates a trail of changing colours like some kind of Romantic painter’s nightmare, through to its charred end. Review by Theo Turpin

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Emalin, Unit 4 Huntingdon Estate, Bethnal Green Rd, Shoreditch E1 6JU

Condo: Emalin hosting Galerie Gregor Staiger

Installation View, Condo: Emalin hosting Galerie Gregor Staiger

Carolina Mostert responds to a group exhibition at Emalin, as part of the multi-sited project 'Condo'. She finds a series of curious forms layered with myth, history and a variety of technologies.

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Rodeo Gallery, 123 Charing Cross Rd, Soho, London WC2H 0EW

Condo: Rodeo Gallery hosting Supportico Lopez: Franziska Lantz: Expanding Arid Zones

Installation view, Condo: Franziska Lantz, expanding arid zones, Rodeo hosting Supportico Lopez, Rodeo, London, 2017.

In the corridor of Rodeo Gallery’s reception, fragments of material hang in an assemblage of abstracted male and female forms. Lurking silently, the figures observe my arrival. The assemblage is part of a new body of work by Franziska Lantz on show in the first floor gallery space. Laura Mansfield reviews Lantz within the context of 'Condo'.

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Jerwood Visual Arts, Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London SE1 0LN

Jerwood Solo Presentations 2017

Jerwood Solo Presentation - Anna Bunting-Branch

The second edition of ‘Jerwood Solo Presentations’ showcases three separate, newly commissioned bodies of work. These works, whilst not unified by a curatorial theme, share a political pertinence and urgency, exploring ideas of privacy and visibility, what connects and unites us, and what is imposed to keep us divided. Jessie Bond reviews

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PEER, 97-99 Hoxton Street, London N1 6QL

Jonathan Baldock and Emma Hart: Love Life

Love Life by Jonathan Baldock and Emma Hart, 2016

A wicker basket spits hay across the floor from its gormless mouth. Papier-mâché masks with hooked noses and chins, a pair of hessian arms ending in red hands and a roughly hewn cudgel are nestled in a rustic bed. Jessie Bond reviews a collaborative exhibition by artists Jonathan Baldock and Emma Hart.

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Jan Colle Gallery, Jakob van Caeneghemstraat 16, 9000 Gent, Belgium

Egon Van Herreweghe and Thomas Min: The Ideal Husband

The Ideal Husband, installtion view at Jan Colle Gallery, 2016.

‘The Ideal Husband’, an exhibition of work by Egon Van Herreweghe and Thomas Min, is primarily shaped by its location. The characteristics of the venue are taken as a starting point for this show, which is a careful survey of notions related to virility, masculinity and manhood in modern times. Review by Josephine Van De Walle.

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The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, New York

Take Me (I’m Yours)

Take Me ('m Yours), installation view at the Jewish Museum, 2016.

‘Take Me (I’m Yours),’ the star-studded group show currently on view at The Jewish Museum in New York, is the third iteration of an exhibition held at London’s Serpentine Galleries in 1995. Review by Arthur Ivan Bravo.

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Maureen Paley, 21 Herald Street, London E2 6JT

“…HOUNDED BY EXTERNAL EVENTS…”

“…HOUNDED BY EXTERNAL EVENTS…” Curated by Michael Bracewell. Exhibition view, Maureen Paley, London 2016

Unease seems to be the mood of the moment. We are in a state of political flux, paranoia and polarised views. If it feels familiar to the human race it’s because we’ve lived this before. As the blurb accompanying the latest exhibition at Maureen Paley tells us, each generation experiences its own rise of unease. Review by Jesc Bunyard

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Austrian Cultural Forum London, 28 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, London SW7 1PQ

Tender Touches

Zoe Williams, Chateaux Double Wide Series, video still

Zoe Marden reviews 'Tender Touches', an exhibition that attempts to discuss ideas of feminism, representation, intimacy and objectification through the works of 1970s avant garde and contemporary artists.

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National Portrait Gallery, St. Martin's Pl, London WC2H 0HE

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016

Katlehong Matsenen by Claudio Rasano, 2016

Despite the obvious limitations on subject matter and medium, the judges manage to offer a diverse range of works that chart moving personal stories and global sociocultural shifts centred mainly around issues of gender, race and age. Review by Aris Kourkoumelis

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Laura Bartlett Gallery, 4 Herald St, London E2 6JTt

Breather

Breather  Installation view, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London, 2016

Carolina Mostert reflects on 'Breather', a group exhibition of work by Alex Olson, Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Sarah Dobai, Brie Ruais and Simone Forti.

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Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street Oxford, UK OX1 1BP

KALEIDOSCOPE: The Vanished Reality

The Vanished Reality, installation view

Modern Art Oxford has had its 50th anniversary this year. To celebrate its cultural conversion from the Victorian brewery that it once was in the 60s to the international gallery that exists today, a commemorative medley of exhibitions has been staged.

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