Leandro Erlich: Seeing Is Not Believing at MFA Houston, USA
Seeing Is Not Believing features two of Erlich’s most iconic installations: Bâtiment (Façade) and Le cabinet du psy (The Psychoanalyst’s Office). These immersive, room-size environments and a selection of additional works span the career of the acclaimed Argentinean artist, whose psychological subversion of the everyday seems to defy the basic laws of physics while challenging your sense of balance, space, and the absolute.
News and events
Mathieu Cherkit's works presented in the group show Immortelle - Vitalité de la jeune peinture figurative française at the MO.CO in Montpellier, France.
Marie José Burki participate in the group show Les professeurs gribouillent aussi... at Beaux-Arts in Paris, France.
Marina Faust's ambulant # 05 presented for the CARLONE CONTEMPORARY at Belvedere Museum in Vienna, Austria
Vera Lutter's work included in the group exhibition Visiones Expandidas at CaixaForum Madrid, Spain.
Marie José Burki's work on view in the collection exhibition of Pasquart Art Center in Bienne, Switzerland
Cao Guimarães participates in the travelling exhibition Notes for Tomorrow conceived by the Independent Curators International organisation
Farah Atassi presents her work in the group show The Memory Palace in the Dacia-Romania Palace, Bucharest, Romania.
Mathieu Cherkit participating in a collective exhibition at the Musée d'art contemporain at Sables d'Olonne, France
Panos Kokkinias & Lucas Samaras participate in the permanent collection exhibition at EMΣT in Athens, Greece
Philippe Ramette's & Rolf Julius' works included in the group show "Qui va là ? N°2" at Institut Chorégraphique International, Montpellier, France
Bertille Bak and Thomas Liu Le Lann participate in the group show Barbe à Papa at CAPC, Bordeaux, France
Rolf Julius' work presented in the group show À bruit secret - Hearing in Art at Tinguely Museum, Basel, Switzerland
Rolf Julius' work presented in the group show Broken Music Vol. 2 at Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany
"At a certain point I wanted to make drawings and works that act as machines." : James Siena's Radical Abstraction by John Yau for Hyperallergic art review
Philippe Ramette's portfolio featured in the first special issue by Le Monde / La Vie, "Pas de côté"
Bertille Bak’s ‘Living Painting’ About Child Laborers Strikes a Chord at Art Basel in Paris by Sarah Belmont for ArtNews
‘I Think I’m in an Abstract Relationship With Reality’: Farah Atassi Takes on Modernist Traditions at the Musée Picasso by Devorah Lauter for Artnet News