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Wysing Arts Centre, Fox Road, Bourn, Cambridge, CB23 2TX
'The Influence of Furniture on Love' is an exhibition in Wysing Arts Centre’s 17th century farmhouse by former artists-in-residence who have stayed there over the past 25 years. Review by Niki Russell.
Johann König, Berlin Dessauer Str. 6-7 10963 Berlin
Johann König, Berlin is pleased to present Helen Marten’s room-sized installation Orchids, or a hemispherical bottom for the first time in Germany after it had been created for the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013.
Nightclub, 2017 W. Moffat St. #1 Chicago, IL 60647
Despite noble attempts to avoid overt referencing, the works of both artists share a quietly macabre aesthetic that feels intentionally dated; filtered through outmoded technologies and 90s horror film clichés. Review by Alex Kuusik
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, City Library and Arts Centre, Fawcett Street, Sunderland SR1 1RE
George Vasey’s inaugural exhibition as curator of the NGCA deplores the aesthetics of sensitive observation, the poetics of biographical distance and ruminates on our disparate screen-based devices as the threshold for introspective broadcast. Review by Josh Wilson
Matt's Gallery, 42-44 Copperfield Road, London, E3 4RR
Beverley Knowles encounters the work of Lucia Nogueira, Dahn Vo, Deidre O'Dwyer and Lizzie Hughes, as well as interventions by other artists throughout, in the first part of Matt's Gallery's REVOLVER II exhibition series.