EXHIBITIONS / ΕΚΘΕΣΕΙΣ
Elger Esser: Morgenland Parasol Unit | London
Elger Esser: Morgenland Parasol Unit | London

German artist Elger Esser presents a solo show at Parasol Unit in London, his first solo show in a public institution in the United Kingdom. The exhibition focuses on a new series of works, entitled Morgenland, created during Esser’s travels in the Eastern countries of Lebanon, Egypt and Israel from 2004 to 2015. Shown for the first […]

Speak: Tania Bruguera, Douglas Gordon, Laure Prouvost and Cally Spooner | Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Speak: Tania Bruguera, Douglas Gordon, Laure Prouvost and Cally Spooner | Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Speak, at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, brings together four artists –Tania Bruguera, Douglas Gordon, Laure Prouvost and Cally Spooner– coinciding with the Serpentine Gallery’s survey of the late British conceptual artist John Latham. The artists in Speak each extend and update Latham’s radical world view with their own sense of urgency. The Sackler has become […]

Anya Gallaccio: Beautiful Minds | Thomas Dane Gallery
Anya Gallaccio: Beautiful Minds | Thomas Dane Gallery

Anya Gallaccio showcases her installation of Beautiful Minds, a giant 3D clay printer, which occupies the entire gallery space and over the course of the exhibition will actively be printing a scaled effigy of a mountain (to be precise Devil’s Tower, Wyoming). The machine, built by the artist in collaboration with a group of her […]

Tschabalala Self @ Parasol Unit London
Tschabalala Self @ Parasol Unit London

American artist Tschabalala Self showcases at Parasol Unit her first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom bringing together works drawn from the first five years of her artistic career. Self’s expressive and dynamic works, which include painting, print, collage and sculpture, depict the human figure. The fluidity of movement and exaggerated form of her images […]

Do Ho Suh: Passage/s @ Victoria Miro Gallery London
Do Ho Suh: Passage/s @ Victoria Miro Gallery London

Do Ho Suh’s first exhibition with Victoria Miro is a survey of architectural forms that reflect the artist’s everyday life experiences filtered through his emotions and psychological status that develop in relation to his surrounding environment. The show features new fabric sculptures conceived especially for the gallery, including a walk-through configuration of Hubs, and a […]

Guerrilla Girls: Is it even worse in Europe? @ Whitechapel Gallery London
Guerrilla Girls: Is it even worse in Europe? @ Whitechapel Gallery London

The Guerrilla Girls’ new commission for the Whitechapel Gallery revisits their 1986 poster stating “It’s Even Worse in Europe”. Characteristically deploying their strategic combination of humour, information, bold graphics and a subversive use of public space, their latest campaign includes a banner installed on the front of the Gallery and a display of posters and new research. Guerrilla Girls: […]

Anselm Kiefer: Walhalla @ Whitecube Bermodnsey
Anselm Kiefer: Walhalla @ Whitecube Bermodnsey

White Cube presents an exhibition by Anselm Kiefer featuring new, large-scale installation, sculpture and painting. Titled ‘Walhalla’, the exhibition refers to the mythical place in Norse mythology, a paradise for those slain in battle, as well as to the Walhalla neo-classical monument, built by Ludwig I King of Bavaria in 1842 to honour heroic figures […]

Γεωγραφικά Πλάτη | Ανθρώπινοι Ορίζοντες [Latitudes | Humanscapes] @ Αισχύλεια 2016
Γεωγραφικά Πλάτη | Ανθρώπινοι Ορίζοντες [Latitudes | Humanscapes] @ Αισχύλεια 2016

Η Ελευσίνα 2021 Πολιτιστική Πρωτεύουσα της Ευρώπης – Υποψήφια Πόλη σε συνεργασία με το Φεστιβάλ Αισχυλείων 2016 διοργανώνουν την ομαδική έκθεση Γεωγραφικά Πλάτη | Ανθρώπινοι Ορίζοντες [Latitudes | Humanscapes] σε επιμέλεια του Δρ Κώστα Πράπογλου που παρουσιάζει το έργο επτά καλλιτεχνών, φωτογράφων και κινηματογραφιστών με θέμα τη Ρουμανία του σήμερα. Η έκθεση ανοίγει για το […]

Michael Joo @ Blain|Southern London
Michael Joo @ Blain|Southern London

The new body of work by New York-based artist Michael Joo demonstrates an intricate artistic practice certainly not easily bypassed. Entitled Radiohalo, this solo show, presented at Blain|Southern gallery in London, dissects notions of human hypostasis, presence and absence, energy consumption, nature and environment. All are filtered through the spectrum of idealism and embody Joo’s […]

Οι διεθνείς συμμετοχές της Art Athina 2016
Οι διεθνείς συμμετοχές της Art Athina 2016

Το σταθερό ενδιαφέρον της διεθνούς εικαστικής σκηνής για το ελληνικό καλλιτεχνικό περιβάλλον, επιβεβαιώνουν οι φετινές συμμετοχές από γκαλερί του εξωτερικού στην «Art Athina 2016», που είναι έτοιμη να ανοίξει τις πόρτες της στο γήπεδο «Tae Know Do» από τις 26 έως τις 29 Μαΐου. Το REVma -/+ καταγράφει τις διεθνείς συμμετοχές και σας τις παρουσιάζει.

Multiplied Art Fair 2015 London: Petros Chrisostomou
Multiplied Art Fair 2015 London: Petros Chrisostomou

This year’s Multiplied, the UK’s only contemporary editions fair, will take place in mid-October and will be one of the many concurrent shows with Frieze Art Fair in London. Hosted by Christie’s at its Old Brompton Road venue in South Kensington, Multiplied will be the ideal place for art lovers and enthusiasts as well as […]

The London Project @ 61 Charlotte Street
The London Project @ 61 Charlotte Street

The London Project is the new exciting venture of Paris-born art dealer Magda Danysz. Located on 61 Charlotte Street, the new space will embrace artistic practices and artists working with the other two galleries owned by Danysz, in Paris and Shanghai respectively. Combining both a white cube space and a diverse area of subterranean vaults, […]

Matt Gee: Natural Simulations @ Husk gallery London
Matt Gee: Natural Simulations @ Husk gallery London

Departing from his fascination with geological phenomena, the new body of work of British artist Matt Gee explores the physical appearance of earthly beauty juxtaposed against artificiality and socio-political metaphors. Entitled Natural Simulations, the new show presented at Husk gallery encompasses an amalgamation of sculptural works alongside C-type prints and a video installation. Painstakingly experimenting […]

Mark Neville: London/ Pittsburgh @ Alan Cristea Gallery
Mark Neville: London/ Pittsburgh @ Alan Cristea Gallery

The intersection of art and documentary is one of the main features of the work of British artist Mark Neville. His first solo show at Alan Cristea Gallery in London encompasses a series of thirteen group portraits unfolding the unique characteristics of the London and Pittsburgh communities. Merging the works of two different projects, Here […]

Aikaterini Gegisian: Is This Why I Cannot Tell Lies? @ Tintype Gallery
Aikaterini Gegisian: Is This Why I Cannot Tell Lies? @ Tintype Gallery

Femininity and nature, athletics and space technology, dreams and male prostitution; these are some of Aikateri Gegisian’s points of exploration featuring in her current exhibition at Tintype Gallery. Embracing a wide spectrum of iconography, Gegisian renders her chosen narrative with assemblages of ready-made imagery, referencing the aesthetics of cinematic ‘jump-cuts’. Counterbalancing between sexuality and socio-cultural […]

Nicola Samori: l'age mûr @ rosenfeld porcini London
Nicola Samori: l’age mûr @ rosenfeld porcini London

Nicola Samori’s new body of works, currently on show at Rosenfeld Porcini, conceals the enigmatic idiosyncrasy of his depicted subject matter. Human figures suspended from their corporeal identity are vigorously metamorphosed into pictorial hybridised forms. Pastiching old-masterly portraiture, Samori’s provocative media interventions embrace a unique dialogue between an old and well-known iconography and a contemporary […]

Jim Lambie: 'Answer Machine' @ Sadie Coles HQ
Jim Lambie: ‘Answer Machine’ @ Sadie Coles HQ

Sadie Coles HQ presents the solo show of Glaswegian artist Jim Lambie. Titled Answer Machine, the show comprises eight brand new mixed media works of variable sizes, all spanning the gallery’s upper floor space. Lambie’s exhibits are permeated with the element of music; three of his works (Answer Machine, Totally Wired and Jack Your Body) […]

Andreas Gursky: Early Landscapes @ Sprüth Magers London
Andreas Gursky: Early Landscapes @ Sprüth Magers London

‘Early Landscapes’ is the solo show of renowned German photographer Andreas Gursky currently on show at Sprüth Magers gallery in London. Spanning the gallery’s ground floor and basement space visitors can see Gursky’s earlier works dating to the 1980s and 1990s. The exhibition coincides with another parallel one at White Cube gallery in Bermondsey incorporating […]

5th Marrakech Biennale: Contemporary art meets urban bedlam
5th Marrakech Biennale: Contemporary art meets urban bedlam

If you think that Marrakech is not the quintessential place for a major contemporary art event synonymous with a biennale, you can think again. Mysterious, quaint and somewhat chaotic, the city will play host to the artistic surveys of “Where are we now?”, this year’s theme selected by the biennale organising committee. The inauguration week […]

Liu Wei: Density @ White Cube Mason's Yard
Liu Wei: Density @ White Cube Mason’s Yard

White Cube gallery presents ‘Density’, the solo exhibition of Beijing-based artist Liu Wei. The show encompasses brand new works spanning both levels of the Mason’s Yard site. Seven works of the Density series occupy the ground floor space, while Density 1 is the main sculpture on the basement surrounded by five wall works from the […]

Jaki Irvine: This Thing Echoes @ Frith Street Gallery
Jaki Irvine: This Thing Echoes @ Frith Street Gallery

‘This Thing Echoes’ is Jaki Irvine’s solo exhibition at Frith Street Gallery, featuring two video installations on the ground floor and a photographic assemblage in the basement. Guanajuato 14 (2010) is a 4 minute video juxtaposing the tranquil cosmos of a hummingbird aiming for the nectar of a feeder against that of the surrounding urban […]

Contemporary Art in Nautilus: Navigating Greece
Contemporary Art in Nautilus: Navigating Greece

Almost 100 ancient Greek and Roman artefacts rendering the cultural past of Greece – ranging from sculptures, pottery, frescoes, funerary, and other decorative everyday items – have been brought together in a vigorous dialogue with the works of 23 contemporary artists in a Brussels- based exhibition marking Greece’s EU presidency. A collaboration of the Greek […]

Kevin Francis Gray @ Pace London
Kevin Francis Gray @ Pace London

Pace London showcases in its flagship gallery at 6 Burlington gardens the solo exhibition of Irish born, London based artist, Kevin Francis Gray. The show comprises of 18 new sculptures, all occupying the gallery’s main floor. Although Kevin Francis Gray’s oeuvre encompasses traditional materials such as bronze and marble, and clearly referencing classical sculpture, he […]

Matt Johnson @ Alison Jacques Gallery
Matt Johnson @ Alison Jacques Gallery

Alison Jacques Gallery presents the second solo show of American artist Matt Johnson. Spanning the gallery’s main exhibition space on the ground floor as well as some additional side space and a small room upstairs, the exhibition includes six brand new works in total. A 3m tall, 5m long wooden model of a baby Apatosaurus […]

Sarah Lucas @ Whitechapel Gallery
Sarah Lucas @ Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Gallery showcases the first major retrospective exhibition in London of British artist Sarah Lucas, SITUATION Absolute Beach Man Rubble. Carrying the legacy of a late 1980s Goldsmiths graduate, Lucas belongs to the group of visual artists known as YBAs (Young British Artists) alongside the likes of Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin and Gary Hume. Lucas […]

Daniel Silver: Dig @ 24 Grafton Way
Daniel Silver: Dig @ 24 Grafton Way

Dig is the new exhibition by London based sculptor Daniel Silver, commissioned by Artangel and supported by Arts Council England. Spanning two levels of an early 20thcentury derelict building just a few meters off Tottenham Court Road, Silver’s site specific exhibition instantly intrigues the curiosity of visitors and passers-by alike. The ground floor encompasses a […]

Adrián Villar Rojas @ Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Adrián Villar Rojas @ Serpentine Sackler Gallery

The historical grade II listed building known as the Magazine, a former early 19th century gunpowder store located in Kensington Gardens, is now the recycled sister venue of the Serpentine Gallery. The new-born Serpentine Sackler Gallery, and its restaurant extension with the signature of Zaha Hadid, celebrates its opening with the inaugural exhibition ‘Today We […]

James White: '...and from this Position' @ Max Wigram Gallery
James White: ‘…and from this Position’ @ Max Wigram Gallery

Max Wigram gallery presents the solo show of London based artist James White. Titled ‘…and from this Position’ the exhibition comprises of four new black and white paintings. White’s subject matter emphasises on the depiction of what one would describe as modern still life. Each painting portrays, in an almost cinematographic mode, a pre or […]

Βασίλης Μπαλάσκας (Bill Balaskas) "Critical Mass" / Kalfayan Galleries @ ReMap KM 4
Βασίλης Μπαλάσκας (Bill Balaskas) “Critical Mass” / Kalfayan Galleries @ ReMap KM 4

Η πρώτη επαφή με τα έργα του Βασίλη Μπαλάσκα αστραπιαία κινητοποιεί την σκέψη. Με μια απροσδόκητα ελκυστική μέθοδο προτρέπει τον θεατή να αποκωδικοποιήσει και να οικειοποιηθεί εικόνες, καθιστώντας τον βασικό πρωταγωνιστή. Το κοινό καλείται να δει με κριτική ματιά τις εξελίξεις που καθορίζουν την ζωή του στην σύγχρονη κοινωνία, λαμβάνοντας μέρος σε ένα διαδραστικό παιχνίδι […]

55th Venice Biennale: Il Palazzo Enciclopedico | The Encyclopedic Palace
55th Venice Biennale: Il Palazzo Enciclopedico | The Encyclopedic Palace

This year’s Venice Biennale’s subject, The Encyclopedic Palace, is conceived by Biennale director Massimiliano Gioni after M. Auriti’s Il Enciclopedico Palazzo del Mondo in the 1950s. Auriti’s model built on a 1:200 scale, welcomes guests at the central Pavilion of Giardini. The original 136 floor skyscraper-to-be would have occupied a vast area in Washington DC […]

Subodh Gupta @ Hauser & Wirth, Savile Row
Subodh Gupta @ Hauser & Wirth, Savile Row

Hauser & Wirth presents the solo show of Indian born and based artist Subodh Gupta. Titled ‘What does the vessel contain, that the river does not’, after the work of 13th century Persian poet Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, Gupta’s installation is on view for the first time outside India and following its first presentation at […]

Opera Aperta: A Pedagogical Performance for Adults (Maria Karavela, 1980-1985)
Opera Aperta: A Pedagogical Performance for Adults (Maria Karavela, 1980-1985)

A recent conversation that took place in London while with a friend on one of last May’s chilly afternoons, was inspired by the failures in remembering and documenting critical practices by people once attempted to build public awareness, thereby the spectator failing as a conscious agent. It is this failure that provides the backdrop of […]

Francisco de Corcuera @ Rosenfeld Porcini
Francisco de Corcuera @ Rosenfeld Porcini

Rosenfeld Porcini presents the first UK solo show of Chilean artist Francisco de Corcuera. The exhibition titled ‘The Impossible Existence of a Mathematician’ comprises of some 24 new and older oil acrylic and pencil on canvas large sized paintings spanning the gallery’s two levels. Aged 64, de Corcuera’s oeuvre reflects an amalgamation of experiences and […]

Tom Ellis "Works Like People"  @ Ελένη Κορωναίου Gallery
Tom Ellis “Works Like People” @ Ελένη Κορωναίου Gallery

Μια εξαιρετικά ενδιαφέρουσα ιδέα που ξεφεύγει από τα γνώριμα πλαίσια καλλιτεχνικής έμπνευσης και δημιουργίας είναι η θεωρητική παλέτα στην οποία βασίζονται τα έργα του Tom Ellis. Στην πρώτη του ατομική έκθεση στην Ελλάδα ο 40χρονος βρετανός παρουσιάζει γνωστά έργα διάσημων –και όχι μόνο- καλλιτεχνών, τα οποία ζωγραφίζει εκ νέου και ύστερα παρεμβατικά τα αποδομεί, σ’ […]

Sterling Ruby: EXHM @ Hauser & Wirth, Savile Row
Sterling Ruby: EXHM @ Hauser & Wirth, Savile Row

Hauser & Wirth showcases the first solo exhibition of Los Angeles based artist Sterling Ruby. The exhibition titled ‘EXHM’ (abbreviation for ‘exhumation’) spans the two gallery spaces on Savile Row, North and South. Ruby’s mixed size works exhibited at the large space of North Gallery utilise an array of media incorporating wood and cardboard combined […]

Lichtenstein: A Retrospective @ Tate Modern
Lichtenstein: A Retrospective @ Tate Modern

Roy Lichtenstein is considered to be one of the pop art pioneers in America and his iconic work is well recognised all round the globe. Tate Modern presents a major blockbuster retrospective that is expected to attract over half a million visitors by the end of May. Spanning across 15 rooms, the exhibition comprises of […]

Mark Fisher & Justin Barton: On Vanishing Land @ The Showroom
Mark Fisher & Justin Barton: On Vanishing Land @ The Showroom

The all-enveloping audio experience in the latest collaboration of artists and theorists Mark Fisher and Justin Barton, is an adventure in sonic fiction. On Vanishing Land, curated by The Otolith Collective and presented by The Showroom, is a step forward radio story telling and that old FM changing station sound. I entered the gallery on […]

Heidi Specker: Termini @ Brancolini Grimaldi
Heidi Specker: Termini @ Brancolini Grimaldi

Rancolini Grimaldi gallery presents the solo exhibition of recent and new works of German photographer Heidi Specker. Titled ‘Termini’, the show is named after the main railway station of Rome, which took its name from the geographical district that was in turn named after the roman baths of Diocletian (Thermae Diocletiani) that are situated in […]

David Jablonowski: ‘Corporate Foresight’ @ Max Wigram
David Jablonowski: ‘Corporate Foresight’ @ Max Wigram

Max Wigram Gallery presents the first solo show of German born, Amsterdam based artist David Jablonowski. Titled ‘Corporate Foresight’, the exhibition comprises of 11 mixed media artworks spanning the main front gallery space. The exhibition coincides with the artist’s solo show in Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead (ending 2 June). Jablonowski’s employment of […]

Βίκυ Γεωργιοπούλου "Μια θέση στο δημόσιο" @ Γκαλερί 7
Βίκυ Γεωργιοπούλου “Μια θέση στο δημόσιο” @ Γκαλερί 7

Μια καταθλιπτική και μίζερη αίσθηση σε ένα περιβάλλον από βαριεστημένους υπαλλήλους είναι η πρώτη εικόνα που έρχεται στο νου όταν αναφέρεται κάποιος στον αμαρτωλό δημόσιο τομέα. Η Βίκυ Γεωργιοπούλου έχοντας θητεύσει στα δαιμονοποιημένα γραφεία του κράτους, προσπαθεί να ανατρέψει κοινωνικά στερεότυπα, αποτυπώνοντας με χιούμορ που ξεπερνά την πρώτη αναμασημένη ανάγνωση, μια ομάδα ανθρώπων που πεθαίνει […]

'Contemporary Emotions' @ Opera Gallery London
‘Contemporary Emotions’ @ Opera Gallery London

Opera Gallery showcases ‘Contemporary Emotions’, an exhibition featuring an army of some of the most influential and pioneering artists from the second half of the 20th century and until today. The show takes visitors to a journey of contemporary art through a collection of representative works by artists of the Western world such as Pierre […]

Silvia Hatzl: 'A Fragile Existence' @ Rosenfeld Porcini
Silvia Hatzl: ‘A Fragile Existence’ @ Rosenfeld Porcini

Rosenfeld Porcini gallery showcases the UK solo exhibition of German artist Silvia Hatzl, ‘A Fragile Existence’. The show encompasses an array of medium and large size works. Hatzl’s sculptural pieces are constructed of natural materials such as cotton, silk, linen, wool, paper and sometimes even utilise ash, bone and animal intestines. They form a wide […]

Laura Letinsky @ The Photographers’ Gallery
Laura Letinsky @ The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents the solo show of Canadian artist Laura Letinsky. The exhibition encompasses works from her latest (2010-2011) homonymous series ‘Ill Form and Void Full’ as well as from her 2006-2009 body of work included in the ‘To Say It Isn’t So’ and ‘Fall’ series. Spanning the gallery’s fourth floor, Letinsky’s large scale […]

Francesco Clemente @ Blain|Southern London
Francesco Clemente @ Blain|Southern London

Blain|Southern gallery presents the solo show of Italian artist Francesco Clemente. Titled ‘Mandala for Crusoe’, the exhibition introduces 14 new medium and large sized linen canvas paintings. Clemente’s oeuvre has been heavily influenced by the philosophical idiosyncrasies of William Blake, Jiddu Krishnamurti and others. Splitting his time between New York and Varanasi in India since […]

Kate MccGwire: ‘LURE’ @ All Visual Arts
Kate MccGwire: ‘LURE’ @ All Visual Arts

All Visual Arts present the solo show of artist Kate MccGwire, titled ‘LURE’ and comprising of some 27 sculptures of varied sizes. MccGwire’s narrative encompasses the existential impression of birds and especially species that collide with human life, such as doves, pigeons and crows. By retaining their main feature -the feathers- she creates new life […]

Patricia Piccinini @ Haunch of Venison
Patricia Piccinini @ Haunch of Venison

Haunch of Venison showcases the first UK solo exhibition of Australian artist Patricia Piccinini. Titled ‘Those who dream by night’, it comprises of a video installation and a wide selection of sculptures made between 2005 and 2012, all spanning the gallery’s ground and first floor space. The viewer is welcomed by the tranquil soundtrack of […]

Διονύσης Καβαλλιεράτος «Ο γιος του αετού σπάει τα πόδια του.  Ο γιος του αετού περπατάει με τα χέρια» @ Bernier / Eliades
Διονύσης Καβαλλιεράτος «Ο γιος του αετού σπάει τα πόδια του. Ο γιος του αετού περπατάει με τα χέρια» @ Bernier / Eliades

Ένα βασικό χαρακτηριστικό για να ξεχωρίσει κανείς μέσα στο πλήθος έναν ιδιαίτερο καλλιτέχνη, είναι η πρώτη αίσθηση που δημιουργεί το αντίκρισμα των έργων του. Αν η σκέψη πως «αυτό κάπου το έχω ξαναδεί» κόψει πρώτη το νήμα των αντιδράσεων, τότε το στοίχημα έχει μάλλον χαθεί. Ακριβώς το αντίθετο συμβαίνει στην περίπτωση του Διονύση Καβαλλιεράτου. Ένας […]

Jannis Kounellis @ Parasol Unit
Jannis Kounellis @ Parasol Unit

Parasol Unit presents the solo show of Greek born, Italy based artist Jannis Kounellis. Following the much celebrated solo exhibitions at the Benaki Museum in Athens and Tramway in Glasgow, and organised in line with further exhibitions at the Sprovieri Gallery in London and Blain|Southern in Berlin, the Parasol Unit comprises of some 14 works […]

Maurizio Cattelan @ Whitechapel Gallery
Maurizio Cattelan @ Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Gallery presents the first instalment of a series of exhibitions with works of contemporary art courtesy of the Collection Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. The current show comprises of works by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan. Cattelan’s work is well-attested for its controversial and satirical nature. However, if you expect an exhibition similar to the scale of […]

Joana Vasconcelos @ Haunch of Venison
Joana Vasconcelos @ Haunch of Venison

Haunch of Venison presents the solo show of Paris born, Lisbon based artist Joana Vasconcelos. The visual vocabulary of Vasconcelos is well recognised worldwide. She is known to most art lovers from her 2005 Biennale piece ‘A Noiva’ (The Bride) -a gigantic chandelier made of 25,000 tampons-, her ‘Contamination’ installation at François Pinault’s foundation Palazzo […]