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on both sides

 

Memos, memes, Mueller… Migrants and the Mediterranean… In the truest of vain ceremonies, the Trump family declares the start of the already existing Black History month, “on both sides,” quickly rescinding with all lives matter

Welcome to the .030th edition of Prescriptions. Here is our review of the week in the arts.

 

Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore / MoMA

Stephen Shore’s first survey in NY to include his entire career, this exhibition demonstrates his vision defined by an interest in daily life, a taste for serial and often systematic approaches. On view at Metropolitain Museum of Art, New York, through May 28, 2018.

 

Sirine Fattouh / MAXXI

Home Beirut. Sounding the Neighbors

In a new chapter of the series of Interactions across the Mediterranean, the story of a city, a laboratory of resistance, artistic innovation and hope seen through over 100 works. at MAXXI Through May 20, 2018.

 

Guillaume Dénervaud / Photo Annik Wetter

Artgeneve / Salon d’Art

Taking place in the Geneva Lake region with international galleries and public and private collections, Artgenève expands its offer for its 7th edition to include decorative arts and design. Closes today, Palexpo Geneva.

 

Matt Saunders / Marian Goodman

Matt Saunders: Poems of Our Climate

With a title inspired by Wallace Stevens, Marian Goodman Gallery is pleased to announce Matt Saunders’ first solo exhibition in London, connecting painting, photography, and printmaking, to the moving image. Marian Goodman Gallery / London through February 17, 2018.

 

Agnès Varda / La Pointe Courte (still)

Conversation with Agnes Varda

Paris Photo interviews Agnès Varda, a photographer, artist, film director and Oscar Nominee, whose work was central to the development of the French New Wave film movement.

 

Invisible Man / The Gordon Parks Foundation

Invisible Man / Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison in Harlem

In honor of Black History Month, this feature presents Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison’s collaboration and shared vision of black life in America, with Harlem as its nerve center. Co-published with The Gordon Parks Foundation and The Art Institute of Chicago.

 

Matt Saunders

Recent Profiles

Agnès Varda, filmmaker, artist & photographer, recent recipient of an Academy Honorary Award and the oldest Oscar Nominee, captured in an interview with Paris Photo; Matt Saunders using photographic imaging to produce a wide array of media, currently on view at Marian Goodman in London; Valentina Castro, from Caracas now working in Barcelona with her infectious photography of daily life and travels (30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2013); Legendary Stephen Shore currently in an impressive exhibit at MoMA spanning his entire career; and Etel Adnan with paintings, drawings, tapestries, film and ceramics in her arsenal, currently represented at both Artgèneve and Home Beirut at MAXXI.

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Brave New World
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Sam Lewitt retools the economic transition of the demolition of the Ford Genk. This dispersed presentation at Z33 raises...
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ARTPIL / Prescription .117
Brave New World
In a black corrugation rifling the bitter recesses, dying or living, born to the pitiless cinder in a posture...
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Beyond the Land of Castles
Unwanted, Forgotten, Promised land
I re-discover parts of my cultural heritage, portraying the different facets of the life of mountain villages in between...
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Photo London Digital
October 7–18, 2020
Photo London presents Photo London Digital, this year's fair taking place online with the its digital partner, Artsy, through...
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HER
Oct 8 – Dec 8, 2020
In Frame Gallery presents the works of Ramona Deckers, Tiffany Roubert, and Lena Jeanne, exploring the different approaches and...
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I Can Make You Feel Good
Tyler Mitchell
This exhibition comes at a critical time in our culture when so many are challenging pre-existing representations and taking...
+
Companion Pieces: New Photography 2020
Online / Ongoing
Since the first New Photography exhibition at MoMA in 1985, the series has introduced the work of nearly 150...
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Hilma af Klint / Artist, Researcher, Medium
Apr 4, 2020 – Feb 21, 2021
Af Klint was a pioneer of abstraction. Early on she developed a rich, symbolic imagery that preceded the broadly...
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