Dia Pintér's solo exhibition at Horizont Gallery in Budapest.
György Kemény at Vintage Gallery in Budapest.
Mindy Rose Schwartz's solo exhibition at Et al Gallery in San Francisco.
Based on his reflections on the survivals of arts, Vincent Lo Brutto’s work maintains a close connection with the codes of presentations and representations, where he explores the cultural and mnemonic values of the artwork. The artist’s sculptures and installations convey an ongoing ambiguity between visible and imperceptible, at the aesthetical crossroads of minimalist heritage and functional art. Within the walls of a 13th century chapel, the exhibition presents the artist’s most recent work. The outcome of his research on conservation and exhibition furniture led him to reflect on the parameters of protection, conservation and transport of the artwork, entirely considering them as components and exhibition materials.
Christian Lagata's solo at CAAC in Sevilla.
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