Art Exhibitions Calendar – November 2017

Field Research : Liberating Knowledge. Progress Report II

Mon 23 Oct 2017 to Sun 3 Dec 2017

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

9/32 Krymsky Val, 119049, Moscow, Russia
+7 495 645 05 20
Open: 11am – 10pm Daily

Coinciding with the centenary of the October revolution in Russia, Garage will present Field Research: Liberating Knowledge. Following the first survey exhibition in 2015, Liberating Knowledge: Progress Report II showcases the activities of the last two years through films, audio and video installations, documents, archival materials, paintings, and photographs. Bringing together seven new projects by artists and curators working around the world, including Afghanistan, Armenia, Congo, France, Lebanon, Russia and the United States of America, the exhibition takes the production and liberation of knowledge as its broader theme, while focusing on the activities of Garage Field Research Program.


Zanele Muholi

Thu 2 Nov 2017 to Sat 9 Dec 2017

Yancey Richardson Gallery

525 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011
+1 646 230 9610
Open: 10am – 6pm Tue – Sat

Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by artist and visual activist, Zanele Muholi. This is the artist’s third exhibition with the gallery. Comprising two bodies of work, Brave Beauties, on show in New York for the first time, and Somnyama Ngonyama (‘Hail, the Dark Lioness’), the exhibition brings together two integral elements within Muholi’s practice; intimate studies of queer life in her native South Africa and self portraiture


Alison Elizabeth Taylor – The Backwards Forward

Thu 9 Nov 2017 to Sat 23 Dec

James Cohan

533 W 26th St, New York, NY 10001
+1 212 714 9500
Open: 10am – 6pm Tue – Sat

The Backwards Forward is show of new works by Brooklyn-based artist Alison Elizabeth Taylor at James Cohan, Lower East Side. In the artist’s fifth solo gallery show, Taylor’s new work reveals an evolution in media and technique that demonstrates her restless creativity and originality. Here, Taylor assembles small parts cut from diverse materials to create a disjointed whole. Well-known for her use of the technique of marquetry, recently, Taylor has been reinventing the form by adding paint and photographic imagery such as desert floors, rusting neon signs and rotting wood.


Artissima

Fri 3 Nov 2017 to Sun 5 Nov

Artissima

via Giacomo Mattè Trucco 70, Turin, Italy
+39 011 197 44106
Open: 12am – 20pm

Artissima is Italy’s most important contemporary art fair. Since its establishment in 1994, it has combined the presence of an international market with a focus on experimentation and research.


FLAT – Art Books Fair Turin

Fri 3 Nov 2017 to Sun 5 Nov

FlatBookFair

via Carlo Alberto 16a, 10134, Turin, Italy
+39 011 315 747 6
Open: Fri-Sat 12am – 11pm
Sun 10am – 6pm

The new international event dedicated to art publications: 3 days of exhibitions, book launches and meetings with professionals and headliners from the art publishing scene.


Roberto Paci Dalò: LONG NIGHT TALKS. FOR ROBERT ADRIAN

Mon 31 Jul 2017 to Sat 25 Nov

LongNightTalks

1/5 Museumsplatz,1070, Vienna, Austria
+43 1 523 5881
Open: 10am – 9pm Daily

LONG NIGHT TALKS. FOR ROBERT ADRIAN is the new work by Italian artist Roberto Paci Dalò created during his residency at TONSPUR – Q21/ MQ MuseumsQuartier Wien in July 2017. The exhibition will open on July 30, 2017 at 5pm. The piece is composed by a 8-channel sound work and 7 images. In addition to it, the ORF commissioned a radiowork to be broadcasted on Ö1 Radiokunst Kunstradio on the opening night. It features Fennesz, Susanna Gartmayer, and Robert Lippok. The piece is dedicated to Robert Adrian X (1935-2015) a pioneer in art and telecommunications. The Canadian artist lived in Vienna since 1972 and his contribution to the art world has been also witnessed by a large retrospective at Kunsthalle Wien back in 2001.


To Be Continued

Tue 14 Nov 2017 – Sat 18 Nov

To be continued

51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU
(+44) 0207 407 3222

Open: Mon-Thu 11am – 6pm
Fri 11am – 6pm
Sat 11am – 6pm

To be continued showcases recent work from a group of emerging artists based in London. Currently studying at the Art Academy in Southwark, their art practices display a wide range of traditional and contemporary approaches to printmaking, sculpture, photography, animation and installation alongside innovative painting and mixed media techniques.