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Latifa Echakhch at Venice Biennale

Dvir Gallery is proud to announce that Latifa Echakhch is representing Switzerland at the 59th Venice Biennale. April 23 – November 27, 2022.

Naama Tsabar in ‘The Musical Brain’, on various locations on the High Line, New York

The Musical Brain is a group exhibition that reflects on the power music has to bring us together. The exhibition is named after a short story by the Argentine contemporary writer César Aira, and explores the ways that artists use music as a tool to inhabit and understand the world. The featured artists approach music through different lenses—historical, political, performative, and playful—to create new installations and soundscapes installed throughout the park. Read more about it : https://www.thehighline.org/art/projects/the-musical-brain/ Until March 20211 Image : Naama Tsabar, Equal Measure, 2021. Granite, aluminum, motor, 116 x 75 x 75 inches. Image courtesy of the artist and Kasmin, New York.

Thomas Hirschhorn in MAXXI

Dvir Gallery is happy to announce that the solo exhibition of Thomas Hirschhorn, The Purple Line, is going to open on October 20, 2021 in MAXXI. The exhibition is on display until March 6, 2022. Curated by Hou Hanru, Luigia Lonardelli

“The world needs to be depixelated”, Thomas Hirschhorn.

This is one of Thomas Hirschhorn’s phrases to describe the «Pixel-Collage», an impressive cycle of works created between 2015 and 2017. For the first time, they are grouped, following a layout designed by the artist, on a very long purple wall – The Purple Line – that runs through gallery 3.  A project that seeks to show the invisible renegotiates the exhibition context and stimulates the viewer to remain vigilant and aware…

Douglas Gordon / …and his friends

Dvir Gallery is delighted to share that Douglas Gordon’s new solo show, ‘…and his friends’, opens on October 18, 2021 in the Albion Barn.

“Gordon utilises a multimedia approach to mark-making; employing printing, painting, burning and transfer; occassionaly the kitchen sink. His ability to pull from all materials goes beyond the physical properties or reference of his ‘tresearch’, as no iconography, cultural moment, or historical artefact is left unexploited. Gordon makes things by destroying things; he is just as unafraid to break down his idols as he is to worship them […]”

The exhibition is open until February 28, 2021.

Adi Fluman / Green Has Gone to War

Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of Adi Fluman’s new solo show, Green Has Gone to War in the Bar David Museum of Art and Judaica in Kibbutz Bar’am.

The vernissage takes place on Saturday October 16, 2021 at 13:00.

The exhibition is open until February 2, 2022.

Naama Tsabar in Goodman Gallery London

Dvir Gallery is happy to share that on October 12, Naama Tsabar’s first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom opens in Goodman Gallery.

Transitions #5 “comprises three bodies of work – Transition, Barricade, and Works On Felt – which is a continuation of the artist’s critically acclaimed Kunsthaus Baselland exhibition in 2018.” Open until November 13, 2021.

Simon Fujiwara in Frieze London Talks

During Frieze Week, No.9 Cork Street will host Frieze London Talks with Simon Fujiwara, among others. The event takes place on October 12, 2021 at 18:30, in-person and online. For further details click here.

Latifa Echakhch’s Installation in Rome

Dvir Gallery is happy to share that the installation of Latifa Echakhch, ‘Story Line’, is now on view in the garden of the Villa Maraini – Instituto Svizzero until September 20, 2022 in Rome, Italy.

“Latifa Echakhch’s installation Story Line evokes memories, perhaps even a sort of nostalgia. Made out of conventional metal structures used in the construction of concert stages, it tells of a night of debauchery: we think back to the open-air concerts of our youth, all-night dances at festivals with few hours of sleep in a cheap tent on a damp ground. […]”

Dor Guez in the Jewish Museum, New York

Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce that the works of Dor Guez are featured in the new group show of the Jewish Museum in New York City. The Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art is open from August 20, 2021 to January 9, 2022.

Afterlives includes objects looted from Jewish collections during the war, including works by such renowned artists as Pierre Bonnard, Paul Cézanne, Marc Chagall, Gustave Courbet, Paul Klee, Franz Marc, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and Camille Pissarro. The Jewish Museum has also commissioned four contemporary artists to create new works that address the resonance of the exhibition’s themes: Maria Eichhorn, Hadar Gad, Dor Guez, and Lisa Oppenheim.