Shilpa Gupta takes part in the group exhibition ‘Le monde à plat’ at Villa Empain in Brussels. The exhibition explores the different ways art represents the world: cartography, frontiers and travel, social and ecological shocks. Visitors will discover a selection of works by contemporary artists, revealing how they see the world through various media: drawing, photography, video, installation and others. March 5 – August 22, 2020.
Frieze Projects is an anchor program of Frieze Los Angeles that takes place at Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood, bringing together more than 70 of the world’s most significant and forward-thinking galleries. Naama Tsabar will present Untitled (Double Face), a performance with related photographs that coopts and upends the guitar solo through a conjoining and doubling. Using two guitars grafted together, Tsabar and a partner turn the seemingly masturbatory performative gesture into an act based on intimacy and cooperation. February 14 – 16, 2020.
The group exhibition ‘Botanicals’, including works of Hans-Peter Feldmann, is on show at Bombas Gens Centred’Art in Valencia, Spain. Plants or vegetal forms representation have been a constant through history of photography. Whether from the objective photography or the idea of archive, several artists have decided focusing on plants. Understanding this exhibition as a garden, ‘Botanicals’ creates a visual narration from artworks within Per Amor a l’Art collection. February 13 – November 01, 2020.
Shilpa Gupta is part of the group exhibition ‘Measure Your Existence’ at The Rubin Museum of Art in New York City. The fleeting, impermanent here and now—in all its destruction, regeneration, and intense immediacy—is the ultimate reality. The exhibition questions and expands the Buddhist concept of impermanence through artworks by six contemporary artists who explore duration, survival, memory, fate, history, loss, disappearance, and reappearance. Visitors are called upon to co-produce, participate, and intimately experience works of art through time-based and durational installations. The exhibition creates ephemeral moments of reflection and meaning, inspiring personal recollection and reminiscence. February 7 – August 10, 2020.
Invited by the BPS22 for her first big exhibition in Belgium called “The sun and the set’, Latifa Echakhch presents a new installation and a selection of older works in relation to the architecture of place and her local roots. February 1 – May 3, 2020.
Lawrence Weiner takes part in the group exhibition ‘Not in so many words’ at Kröller Müller Museum in Otterlo, Netherlands. The exhibition brings together a wide variety of works from the collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum, in which words, letters, sentences and text fragments play a prominent role. From word puzzles and poems to philosophical contemplations and political commentary. February 1- May 10, 2020.