We are back again for another week in review. Please continue to help us grow and keep up the good work. Welcome to the .033rd edition of Prescriptions. Here is our review of the week in the arts.
In the age of digitalisation, Esther Hunziker comes decisively to terms with how reality and fiction intermingle, how identities appear to be interchangeable and can always be compared with others. Through April 2, 2018 at Kunsthaus Baselland.
This exhibition focuses on late prints of Sol LeWitt. It is the first solo exhibition of graphic works by the artist to be shown in the UK since his death over ten years ago. Through March 17, 2018 at Alan Cristea Gallery.
Few artists have pushed printmaking to such sculptural extremes as Richard Serra, who has been making prints for over 45 years. His practice serves to convey weight, stability and density. Through March 17, 2018 at Alan Cristea Gallery.
Brand new works of fragments of female bodies in clay, colored ceramic heads, and a vast wall sculpture by Vanessa Beecroft, caught between hyper-realist representation and stylized silhouettes. Through March 2, 2018 at Pio Pico Gallery, Los Angeles.
This exhibition comprises vintage photographs by Riis, viewed as one of the founders of documentary photography, in a series reporting the living conditions of the New York’s destitute. Through April 15, 2018 at Foam, Amsterdam.
This year’s Circulation(s) Festival Of Young European Photography displays different takes on the world with themes of prison life, gender, urbanization, mass tourism, the migration crisis, and ecology. At Le Centquatre Paris, March 17 – May 6, 2018.
Sol LeWitt and Richard Serra who are in parallel exhibitions, Colour and Black & White, respectively at Alan Cristea Gallery; Vanessa Beecroft whose brand new works and a kind of return to the source is the matter of Pio Pico Gallery’s Abstracted Memories inaugural exhibition in Los Angeles; Esther Hunziker’s work of coming into terms with the digital age, Hi There, on view at Kunsthaus Baselland; Rachael Woodson, from our archives of 30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2011 who will be participating in Circulation(s) 2018 in March at Le Centquatre Paris; and the beloved Wim Wenders who recently exhibited his polaroids, Instant Stories, at The Photographers’ Gallery.