GALLERIES NOW | 3 July 2020

Hell Gette’s show at Annka Kultys Gallery has been featured by Galleries Now in the Weekender, the weekly selection of great exhibitions.

The Weekender

Our weekly selection of great exhibitions, Online Viewing Rooms and VRs

New York, International Center of Photography
Tyler Mitchell: I Can Make You Feel Good
To inaugurate ICP’s new integrated center at Essex Crossing, an exhibition that visualizes a Black utopia contrasting with representations and experiences of reality, while offering a powerful and hopeful counternarrative

London, Mazzoleni
Back to London. A journey through image, time, word and space
the gallery re-opens its London space with an exhibition bringing together historical and contemporary artists and allowing affinities to emerge

Paris, Galerie Chantal Crousel
inspired by the short essay “The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction” by feminist author Ursula K. Le Guin, works by Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Mimosa Echard, David Douard, Melik Ohanian, Gabriel Orozco, Jean Luc Moulène, Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Anri Sala, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Danh Vo and Haegue Yang

London, Annka Kultys Gallery
Hell Gette: ##
curated by Jürgen Dehm, the first solo exhibition in London of the German-Kazakhstan-born artist shows new oil paintings whose subjects deal playfully with strategies of self-representation on social media and their specific modes of communication

Düsseldorf, Sies + Höke
Julian Charrière: Thickens, pools, flows, rushes, slows
“Thresholds between realities are figured as transitions between states of matter in Julian Charrière’s newest body of work. The burning fountain encapsulates the enigma of another world” – Dehlia Hannah

Bucharest, Anca Poterașu Gallery
Iosif Király: Letting the days go by, water flowing underground
Király’s photographs linger as he delves head-on into the idea of time, the irreversible and the strangely repetitive ripple of events that shape out the entirety of our lives, in an exhibition that extended through the quiet and stillness of the locked-down city to the gallery’s June re-opening

Online, A.I.
Nameless. echoes, spectres, hisses
a series of online screenings co-curated by Jade Barget and Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee for XING which investigate the relationship between sound and place, focusing on Southeast Asia and featuring works by DIVISI62, Russell Morton, Sriwhana Spong, Pathompon Mont Tesprateep, Sung Tieu and scholar Benjamin Tausig

Reykjavík, i8 Gallery
Ólafur Elíasson: Beyond Human Time
recent watercolour artworks by Elíasson – an interest that he has used since 2009 to investigate colour, movement, and time – created through the repeated application of thin, transparent washes onto a single sheet of paper

London, rosenfeld
Riccardo Guarneri & Qingzhen Han: Painting the Infinite
a joint exhibition by two very different artists who nonetheless both place light and the infinite at the centre of their artistic practice – 86-year-old Florentine Guarneri and the 29-year-old Chinese artist Han Qingzhen

New York, Petzel
Rodney McMillian: Recirculating Goods
inaugurating the gallery’s expanded Upper East Side space, recent paintings by the Los Angeles-based artist which further an ongoing conversation about class and ideals that have informed American landscape painting

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