All the blind men presents the results of Babak Golkar’s two-year long investigation into the possibilities of painting: the apparatus of its circulation and its tenacity as a means to carry meaning and value.
Von Bartha presents their second solo exhibition of works by the Venezuelan-born artist Ricardo Alcaide, displaying Alcaide’s new installation Sunset.
In the group show Producing Futures—An Exhibition on Post-Cyber-Feminisms, the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst surveys the causes championed by feminists in the post-internet era
‘Emotions Go to Work’ is an interactive installation by New York based artist and filmmaker Zoe Beloff. It investigates how technology is used to turn our feelings into valuable assets.
Pat Steir – Paintings features ten new paintings from her recent Split series, which are distinguished by a central vertical ‘split’; extending the aesthetic investigations of her hallmark Waterfall paintings of the late 1980s and 1990s.
Rarely-seen drawings by Michelangelo are paired with the powerful installations of Bill Viola in a deeply immersive exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Concrete-Disco-Systems is a solo exhibition of recent work by Andrew Bick at Hales Gallery in London. Celebrating a focused, research-led practice that seeks to reconsider histories of constructivism and systems art in a contemporary context.
As part of ZKM’s “Digital Imaginaries – Africas in Production” exhibition will be a lecture introducing the work of South African performance artist and filmmaker Francois Knoetze and will place a special focus on the work “Core Dump”.
The first solo institutional exhibition of the work of Senga Nengudi outside the United States opens in March at Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery.
‘What Remains To Be Seen’ spans the five-decades-long career of artist Howardena Pindell – featuring early figurative paintings, pure abstraction, and conceptual works that explore the intersection of art and activism.
Performatik19 at Kaaitheater showcases contemporary performance art or ‘live art’. For 11 days, artists enter a twilight zone in which they tinker with the codes of both the performing arts and the visual arts.
Kiasma in Finland’s ‘Here You Are’ themed year kicks off with a show by internationally renowned New York-based Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir – aka Shoplifter, with a show called Nervescape VIII.