• Moyna Flannigan / Space Shuffle
    Jun 28 – Sep 15, 2024
    Edinburgh, Scotland

    In our 40th year, Collective is delighted to welcome back renowned Scottish artist, and early committee member Moyna Flannigan to present an exhibition of new work.

    Flannigan has become known for her paintings that focus on women. Her inspiration is drawn from myth, art history and pop culture (more…)

    Mar 29 – Jul 30, 2024
    Amasaka Gallery
    Masaka, Uganda

    “I AM” explores MAKANO’s personal and artistic journey highlighting identity, resilience, and transformation. He channels his personal tribulations into an inspiring narrative of rebirth and self-discovery. This exhibition delves into the depths of the human experience. He is influenced by his native country, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a nation marked by conflict. (more…)

  • Lydia Goldblatt: Fugue

    Fugue by Lydia Goldblatt is a body of work about love and grief, mothering and losing a mother, intimacy and distance, told through photographs and writing. Centring on the domestic space and made over the course of four years, it tells a story that is neither apologetic nor idealised. (more…)

  • Portrait of a Man
    Jun 29 – Oct 20, 2024
    X Museum
    Beijing, China

    Following Collection as Poem in the Age of Ephemerality in 2020 and X PINK 101 in 2023, X Museum will present its third collection exhibition, titled Portrait of a Man, in the summer of 2024. The exhibition features male figures created by 61 international contemporary artists in recent years, including paintings, sculptures, and photographs, alongside relevant research materials, publications, and videos. (more…)

  • Michael Radford: CRASH
    Edition Taube

    In Michael Radford’s first artists’ book, we see shattered supercar bodies – forming a dialogue between consumer accidents and human desire, questioning these objects and their role in enabling petrol masculinity. The seductive high-gloss compositions draw us in, seen through the lens of automotive sexiness and the capitalist ideological machine, cannoned by the image. (more…)

  • Ina Archer: To Deceive the Eye
    Jun 20 – Jul 27, 2024
    Microscope Gallery
    New York, USA

    Microscope is very pleased to present To Deceive the Eye, the second solo exhibition at the gallery of works by artist Ina Archer. For To Deceive the Eye – the English translation of the French term “trompe-l’oeil” – Archer draws attention to the representation of African Americans and “the other” in cinema, the media, and the wider culture, from the mid-1800s until present day, highlighting the ways in which visual advancements have often been used to perpetuate stereotypes and racist tropes. (more…)

  • Loretta Fahrenholz: Champagner Galopp
    Jun 9 – Aug 25, 2024
    Kunsthaus Biel
    Biel, Switzerland

    Legend has it that the orchestral piece Champagne Galop (1845) was written by the Danish composer Hans Christian Lumbye after he skipped an invitation to an exclusive embassy celebration in Copenhagen. Lumbye supposedly never attended the festivities and instead went to his favorite pub. When he returned home late at night to tell his family about the party, he improvised this lively piece on the piano to accompany his made-up story. (more…)

  • Sydney Albertini: Too Close To Me
    Jul 4–31, 2024
    Tristan Hoare
    London, UK

    Tristan Hoare is delighted to present Too Close to Me, Sydney Albertini’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Too Close to Me presents a new body of work created by Albertini over the past two years, following a series of recent surgeries and exploring the healing process that followed. Albertini’s new Glass and Standing Woman series incorporate elements of her earlier Movement works while pushing the boundaries of the picture plane. (more…)

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