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La Triennale di Milano, Viale Alemagna 6, 20121 Milano

Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Maybe Metafisica

  Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Maybe Metafisica, installation view at La Triennale, 2016.

‘Maybe Metafisica’, Marc Camille Chaimowicz’s solo show at the Triennale di Milano, is an encounter between Milan’s institutional and historical context on one hand and the circularity defining the artist’s long-standing practice on the other. Review by Bianca Baroni.

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Tile Project Space, Via Garian 64, Corner Viale Misurata, Milan

Lucia Leuci: bad mothers, creole kids

bad mothers, creole kids, Installation View

In her solo show at TILE Project Space Lucia Leuci reflects on the construction of identity during childhood and within the parental model. 'Bad mothers and creole kids' is a mise en scène of social behaviours through the construction of a incubator - a symbolic place where different experiences can live together without dominating each other.

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kaufmann repetto, Via Di Porta Tenaglia 7 20121, Milan

Judith Hopf: ! Hear Rings !

! Hear Rings !, Installation View

For her third solo show at kaufmann repetto, Judith Hopf presents a new body of work including sculptures, installations and a four-minute video animation.

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Fondazione HangarBicocca, Via Chiese 2, 20126 Milano

Juan Muñoz: Double Bind & Around

Juan Muñoz, The Nature of Visual Illusion, 1994-1997 (detail) Polyester resin, natural pigment, canvas and acrylic on canvas Variable dimensions HangarBicocca, Milan, 2015

These are not sculptures to be stumbled upon in a shoddily lit corner of a labyrinthine museum; these figures must be spied from afar, wondered about, then investigated. Review by Rich Thornton

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Giò Marconi, Via Tadino 20, I-20124 Milan

YES WE’RE OPEN

YES WE’RE OPEN: group show, Installation view at Giò Marconi, Milan, 2015

To celebrate their new gallery space and its twenty fifth year of business, Giò Marconi has designed a group exhibition showcasing works by twenty-seven of its own artists. Review by Marialuisa Pastò

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