It is time, Lord, let the grand summer pass. Lay your shadow to lengthen on the sundials and in the pastures accord the winds.
As for the final fruits, coax them to roundness. Grant them a few more southern hours, to hale them golden toward their term, and harry the last drops of sweetness through the wine.
Whoever is homeless now, will build no shelter; He who lives alone will henceforth remain so, waking up to read a little, draft long letters, and, along the city streets wander, restless as the wild leaves loosen.
–Rainer Maria Rilke / Autumn Day
Welcome to autumn. Welcome to ARTPIL’s .061st edition of Prescriptions. Here is our look back on the week in the arts.
Soul of a Nation shines light on a broad spectrum of Black artistic practice from 1963 to 1983, one of the most politically, socially, and aesthetically revolutionary periods in American history. Co-organized with Tate Modern, on view September 14, 2018 – February 3, 2019 at Brooklyn Museum.
Storm King’s museum space and 500 acre site provides the platforms for 17 artists to present work that engages with some of the many challenges that climate change has brought to humankind. At Storm King Art Center through November 11, 2018.
This exhibition lays out a path dedicated to Albert Oehlen’s production through a selection of approximately 85 works brought together from various collections and museums around the world. On view through January 6, 2019 at Palazzo Grassi.
This retrospective of Siah Armajani spans 6 decades of the artist’s practice engaging the range from Persian calligraphy to writings, from poetry to mathematics, from Abstract Expressionist canvas to architecture. Opens tomorrow at Walker Art Center, September 9 – December 30, 2018.
Tania Franco Klein
For its 9th edition, with styles ranging from art photography to documentary, portraiture to street and fashion, ARTPIL + MAISON PHOTO proudly present 30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2018 exhibition in Paris at Galerie Claude Samuel, opening November 8, 2018 and running through December 2, 2018.
Jacques Henri Lartigue
Although his often jovial black and white photographs are some of his most recognizable, Jacques Henri Lartigue’s early experiments in color create a vibrant atmosphere for his subject matter. Various exhibition venues including Musée de l’Elysée Lausanne and Polka Galerie.
This biennale was established through the integration of three previously held art events which include the Busan Youth Biennale, Sea Art Festival, and the International Outdoor Sculpture Symposium. Opens today, September 8 through November 11, 2018, MoCA Busan / Museum of Contemporary Art.
Palazzo Grassi / Danza Teatrino
Zimoun, the Swiss artist with his sublime sound experience installations; Claire Tabouret, subdued and at times frightening, epic group portrait paintings; Jacques Henri Lartigue’s lesser known color photography Life in Color exhibition currently on tour; Jenni Hiltunen from Finland exploring the ambience of the present through her infectious portraits; Siah Armajani, artist architect with 6 decades of work in Follow This Line at Walker Art Center; and reintroducing Albert Oehlen, with his exhibition Cows by the Water, on view at Palazzo Grassi.