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SUN YUAN & PENG YU ‘The World is a Fine Place for You to Fight for’

SUN YUAN & PENG YU ‘The World is a Fine Place for You to Fight for’ 2011. Photo: Michele Alberto Sereni

21/11/2019

SUN YUAN & PENG YU ‘The World is a Fine Place for You to Fight for’

solo show

MACRO ASILO

Via Nazionale 194, Roma, Italy

24/11/2019 - 6pm Auditorium MACRO ASILO

Talk: '2003/2019 Le opere oltre il contesto

This talk will approach and discuss the importance of the experimental nature of contemporary art in Sun Yuan & Peng Yu’s projects from 2003 to 2019. The two artists recount their attempt to escape from a specific context in order to revive their expressive forms and methodologies that in turn enriches the sensory perception of their art, focusing on the subversion of the rules of reality and the “rules” of art itself.

www.museomacro.it

21/11/2019 - 03/12/2019

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘The Heart of Water’

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘The Room (Surveillance II)’ 2006-2018

21/11/2019

LEANDRO ERLICH ‘The Heart of Water’

Qattara Oasis 

Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE 

www.abudhabiart.ae

Abu Dhabi Art invites three established and well-known artists to create site-specific works in historic sites in Al Ain, one of them being Leandro Erlich who brings his work Nest, a cylindrical structure made with local stone that contains the glass sculpture of a cloud, to Abu Dhabi. This time taking inspiration from the Beehive Tombs of Jebel Hafeet while maintaining the ethereal, ineffable and immaterial sensation of a cloud, the work is a reminder of the sacred beyond the particularities of faith and time.

Roots of Clouds Adrift - Temporality: OCAT Nanjing Public Art Project 2019

HANS OP DE BEECK ‘Pond (circular 200)’ 2013. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

15/11/2019

Roots of Clouds Adrift - Temporality: OCAT Nanjing Public Art Project 2019

LORIS CECCHINI, HANS OP DE BEECK 

group exhibition 

OCAT Nanjing Qixia Exhibition Site 

Nanjing, China 

Each edition’s 'OCAT Nanjing Qixia Public Art Project' features a particular subject and form and includes selected internationally-renowned artists from China and other countries to make public art in the designated area of the OCT Project in Qixia district. Hans Op De Beeck exhibits Pond (circular 200), 2013, a sculptural, achromatic interpretation of a water-lily pool that demonstrates not only the sublime beauty and solace inherent to the natural but also the failing representation of it. Loris Cecchini presents Synapsis paradigms and Micrologies VII 2013, self-produced welded steel modules that represent a disorienting biological metaphor. 

15/11/2019 - 08/03/2020

‘Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan’

NIKHIL CHOPRA ‘inside out’ 2012. Photo: Shivani Gupta

12/11/2019

‘Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan’

NIKHIL CHOPRA, SHILPA GUPTA  

group exhibition 

Kettle's Yard 

Cambridge, UK 

Curated by Devika Singh with Amy Tobin and Grace Storey 

Performance by Nikhil Chopra: December 3 

Talk with Nikhil Chopra: December 4 

www.kettlesyard.co.uk

12/11/2019 - 02/02/2020

‘Biography: a model kit’

NEDKO SOLAKOV ‘What If?’ 2019

12/11/2019

‘Biography: a model kit’

V session of the project ‘The Human Condition’: Teleology of the human. Biography, destiny, hope, faith. 

NEDKO SOLAKOV 

group exhibition 

Moscow Museum of Modern Art 

10/11 build 

1 Gogolevsky Boulevard, Moscow, Russia 

www.mmoma.ru

12/11/2019 - 02/02/2020