Miraggio – Curated by Lorenzo Lunghi and Edoardo Manzoni @ Fontanile Fontanone, Farinate, Italy

w: Mattia Angelini, Andrea Bocca, Edoardo Caimi, Virginia Garra, Nicola Lorini, Lorenzo Lunghi, Edoardo Manzoni, Alessandro Polo, Sara Ravelli

Catbox Contemporary

@ Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York

w/ Brittni Ann Harvey, Manal Kara, Nicholas Sullivan, and Brandi Twilley

Curated by Philip Hinge
August 31st, 2019 – October 13th, 2019

Tom Volkaert 

@ NEVVEN, Göteborg

“The process of molting is taking place slowly, and its remnants occupy the space in an apparent stillness.”

@ Make Room, Los Angeles


“The Horses exemplifies Appriou’s remarkably expressive style and will invite the public into an imaginative world where figuration and mythology meet.”

Curated by Public Art Fund Curator Daniel S. Palmer

@ Doris C. Freedman Plaza, Central Park

September 11, 2019 – August 30, 2020

Talk remains cheap – which doesn’t mean we should buy it.

– Ella Plevin

Outrage Inactivism

Read full meditation @ Spike Art Magazine

Michele Gabriele

@Gossamer Fog, London
August 23 – September 22, 2019

Anni Puolakka

@ No Moon, New York

Pakui Hardware

@MdbK Leipzig, Germany
August 10 – November 03, 2019

🔥Still burning🔥

Watch the video excerpt:

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Mix: Lockbox & Video: alfatih
“The beaming rectangular hole you encounter emanates an uncharacteristically bright light, beckoning your tribute.”
Casimir Ernest Gasser, Nuno Patrício, Stefan Schwartzman
@darkZone, New Jersey

“The first image I see when I wake up Kim Kardashian falling asleep in the water on ecstasy suspended by buoys”

@Interstate Projects, New York
Part of U:L:O: curatorial program

Ross Simonini

@ Catbox Contemporary, New York

August 11 – September 15, 2019

Aliza Shvarts

@ Centre for Contemporary Art FUTURA, Prague

July 16 – September 15

“Poetry is imperfection, or more specifically, an illustration of the inadequacy of words, which becomes effective because of that implication. Poetry is thriving everywhere other than art, for better or worse, because we are all accidental poets (everyone’s a critic and everyone’s a poet). (…)”

NATASHA STAGG on the power of erratic tell-alls:

A Summer Chronicle, part 6: Poetry may be dead, but the confession reigns. @ Spike Art Magazine

Piotr Łakomy

@ Centre for Contemporary Art FUTURA, Prague

July 16 – September 15

“[AR]T,” it’s worth remembering, is not a showcase for AR art in general, but for Apple’s particular version of it, trying to get you into its ecosystem. Here is how one tech analyst framed the New Museum/Apple team-up to CNBC: “Apple in particular has invested a lot in AR and is banking certain parts of its future hardware lineup on AR, so these ARt walks are both a move to accelerate AR traction and to continue feeling out the demand signals and what will resonate with consumers.”

So, you say this Apple-branded art project is actually an ad for Apple? No shit, Wozniak!”

Why Apple’s New Augmented-Reality Collaboration With Famous Artists Won’t Help Us Reach the Next Stage of [AR]T

Read full opinion by Ben Davis @ Artnet.

Joachim Coucke

@The Stable, Waregem, Belgium
June 23 – September 1, 2019


Discover the fiery journey brought by Lockbox & illustrated with a marvelous animated video by alfatih.
by James Taylor-Foster

“Necessarily messy in their making, exhibitions have the capacity to crystallize and disentangle as much as provoke and contradict. When space meets objects and objects meet minds, the exhibition as a place and an event can take incremental steps toward richer understandings of contemporary life.”

Read full essay @ Mousse Magazine .

Beauty vloggers’ paranormal storytimes as neogothic genre

by Sofya Aleynikova

Read full article @ Rhizome.



Antoine Donzeaud –
I hate it when you’re not around

O FLUXO monthly takeover

@ Radio Quântica

Aired on August 05, 2019

Artwork by Victoria Sobel/ @dreamsofspit

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