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So Suddenly Autumn

 

The Fall season is upon us. Foliage, and in some parts, already snow. ARTPIL is making its rounds, currently posted in Lille, France, once European Capital of Culture, home of the recently inaugurated Institut pour la Photographie, and where we exhibited 30 Under 30 Women Photographers with Maison Photo.

We just launched our supplement section, Announcements, featuring brief news entries of events, exhibitions, and general announcements in the art world.

Welcome to the .102nd edition of Prescriptions. Here is our review of the week in the arts.

 

Sophia Al-Maria / Tate, Photo Project Native Informant

Art Now / Sophia Al-Maria

Drawing on personal heritage and fictional future projections, Sophia Al-Maria’s protagonists reflect on the narratives and languages they have inherited as children of various colonial legacies. On view at Tate Britain through February 23, 2020.

 

William Kentridge

Why Should I Hesitate

The title of William Kentridge’s exhibition references the impact of individual action on history and works as a commentary on various shifting hegemonies of power politics, economies, language and the authority to narrate history. Through March 23, 2020 at Zeitz MOCAA.

 

Reiner Riedler / Relfektor

Vienna Art Book Fair #1

Last week featured over 150 exhibitors from 18 countries, including Printed Matter and MACK, the accompanying program including exhibitions, performances, book presentations, artists’ talks, readings, and workshop visits during Vienna Art Book Fair at Expositur Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7, Vienna.

 

Wendy Ewald / Judisches Museum Berlin

Berlin Photo Week 2019

Presented by EyeEm, Berlin Photo Week brings photography to life celebrates the love of photography, art, and technology, with events throughout the city. Magnum Photos, among its partners, exhibitors and speakers include Olaf Heine, Thomas Hoepker, and Evelyn Bencicova. Closes today (October 13, 2019), throughout Berlin.

 

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

This exhibition demonstrates Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s seminal importance in the development of the Expressionist movement in Germany, beginning with his years as a founding member of the artists’ group Brücke. On view through January 13, 2020 at Neue Galerie, New York.

 

Laura Henno, 2018

extraORDINAIRE

This inaugural program reveals how photographers, artists, and others have appropriated the medium to record, question, and even glorify the banality of everyday life from the 19th century to the present day. Presenting the works of Laura Henno, Mary Ellen Mark, Diane Arbus, John Paul Evans, Thomas Struth, among others. Through December 15, 2019 at Institut pour la Photographie, Lille.

 

Thomas Struth

PROFILES

William Kentridge’s exhibition Why Should I Hesitate on view at Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town; Sophia Al-Maria’s film Beast Type Song as part of the Art Now series at Tate Britain, London; Olaf Heine and Evelyn Bencicova who participated at EyeEm presented Berlin Photo Week; Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s seminal works on view at Neue Galerie, New York; Berangere Fromont and her emotive and sometimes dark photography; Diane Arbus and Thomas Struth among several others as part of extraORDINAIRE at the inaugural exhibition at Institut pour la Photographie, Lille.

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