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Valentin, 9 rue Saint-Gilles, 75003, Paris
George Henry Longly’s new exhibition at Valentin, 'The Smile of a Snake', takes its name from a language tutorial emphasising the pronunciation of the letter “s”. A phonetic exercise forlearning English as a foreign language it also highlights problems with the physical materialisation of language.
Lodos gallery, García Icazbalceta #30, Colonia San Rafael Mexico City, Mx. 06470
Lodos presents Korakrit Arunanondchai's first exhibition in Mexico and Latin America. The show features a single piece installation which houses his recent video 'Painting with History in a Room Filled With People With Funny Names 3.'
Vito Schnabel Gallery, Via Maistra 37, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzerland
"Robinson’s exploitations of pop imagery succeed by failing the Pictures Generation shibboleth of ironic detachment. In his paintings, the louche sexual glamour of penny dreadfuls and the temptations of booze and junk food are palpable—only the more so, nostalgically, now that the artist is abstemious. Robinson is a Manet of hot babes and a Morandi of McDonald’s French fries and Budweiser beer cans, magnetized by his subjects as he devotes his brush to generic painterly description." – Peter Schjeldahl, "A Man-About-Downtown Gets His Due," The New Yorker, September 26, 2016
Carlos/Ishikawa, Unit 4, 88 Mile End Road, London, E1 4UN
The lighting, music and layout are such key parts of Richard Sides' work that 'Invisible World' is an exhibition to experience rather than see. João Abbott-Gribben reviews Sides' solo show at Carlos/Ishikawa gallery in London.
South London Gallery, 65-67 Peckham Rd, London SE5 8UH
Whether affixed to other structures or lolling on the floor, Dean's oversized, weighty and flaccid things convey the muscular effort of communication, pushing forward an idea of language as material process and bodily struggle. They return, heaped on the floor, in ‘Sic Glyphs’, an exhibition of new work by Dean currently on display in the South London Gallery, an exhibition for which the artist has been nominated for the Turner Prize. Luke Naessens reviews
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD), 700 Prospect St, La Jolla, CA 92037, United States
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) fills its Downtown location with works by artist Do Ho Suh, featuring large-scale architectural installations, sculptures, works on paper and video. Operating within a distinctly twenty-first century global mode, Suh crafts evocative works that reflect ideas of home, identity, and personal space.
CHEWDAY’S Ltd, 139 Lambeth Walk, London, SE11 6EE
Less interested in a prescriptive rhetoric on consumer culture than exploring how the poetic and the personal can be addressed under contemporary conditions, Beveridge sits on the line between ambivalence and celebration – investigating a fascination between the lure of consumer images and objects and the values that they preserve and perpetuate.
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, 6 Heddon Street, London W1B 4BT
Farah's paintings stitch together personal histories, techniques, materials and diverse frames of reference, all underscored by the history, geography and politics of ownership, gender, labour and production. Review by Anneka French