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Exhibition view: Everything is Black and White, John Wood and Paul Harrison, Galeria Vera Cortês, 2021

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Joana Escoval

WIND DREAMS
Opening: Friday 28 January, 6–9pm
28 January – 12 March 2022
Galeria Vera Cortês

John Wood and Paul Harrison

Current exhibition

John Wood and Paul Harrison

Everything is Black and White
John Wood and Paul Harrison
Opening: Thursday, November 25th, 6-9pm
November 25, 2021 – January 22, 2022
Galeria Vera Cortês

Daniel Blaufuks

Solo exhibition

Daniel Blaufuks

Lisboa Clichê
Museu de Lisboa, Palácio Pimenta, Lisbon
Opening: 21 January, 6 pm
22 January – 27 February 2022

Carlos Bunga

Site specific

Carlos Bunga

CAM em Movimento
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Estação fluvial do Terreiro do Paço, Lisbon
Opening: 27 January
27 January – 30 July 2022

André Romão

Solo exhibition

André Romão

Primavera
Curated by Joaquín García Martín
Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona
Opening: 15 January 2022

Gabriela Albergaria

Solo exhibition

Gabriela Albergaria

What is the Color of Green?
Curated by BCU (Bored Curators United), Silvia Guerra and Chiara Vecchiarelli
Production: cneai
Maison du Portugal – Cité Universitaire de Paris, France
Opening: 10 February, 6-9pm
10 February – 18 March 2022

José Pedro Croft

Solo exhibition

José Pedro Croft

UM INSTANTE EM TRANSITO
Galería La Caja Negra, Madrid
Opening: 29 January, 11am-2pm
29 January – 24 March 2022

Carlos Bunga

Solo exhibition

Carlos Bunga

Schirn Kunsthalle Frank­furt, Germany
18 February – 22 May 2022

For the Rotunda at the Schirn Kunsthalle Frank­furt, Carlos Bunga has devised a new instal­la­tion that responds to the specific archi­tec­ture of the publicly acces­sible space. Used pieces of furni­ture form the foun­da­tion walls for a card­board archi­tec­ture that rises up to the Rotunda’s glass dome. The spatial quality of the work initi­ates a phys­ical and mental expe­ri­ence, with the space becoming acti­vated as indi­vid­uals walk through it. Visi­tors, as a living part of the present, can move between the past, invari­ably set in stone, and the idea of a possible future. Bunga’s work in the Rotunda thus enters into a dialogue with the exhi­bi­tion “WALK!”, which focuses on walking in contem­po­rary art and will be simul­ta­ne­ously on view at the Schirn.

Susanne S. D. Themlitz

Group exhibition

Susanne S. D. Themlitz

Katja Davar & Susanne S. D. Themlitz
From the Forest Floor
Galerie Alex Serra, Köln
Opening: 23 January, 11am-5pm
23 January – 5 March 2022

John Wood and Paul Harrison

John Wood and Paul Harrison

‘Building things’
Times Square Arts Midnight Moment
Times Square, New York
January 1-31, 2022, at 11:57pm nightly

John Wood and Paul Harrison’s new video Building Things will premiere in Times Square Arts’ Midnight Moment program in January 2022. The work will screen nightly on over eighty screens in New York’s Times Square for three minutes starting at 11:57pm, from January 1 through 31.
Building Things imagines that a camera is dropped off the side of an office building. As it travels downward and looks into room after room, different actions unfold. Each room is the vernacular of an office, with all its standard accoutrements: a table, a desk, a clock, a filing cabinet, a cupboard, a suspended ceiling, light panels and a wastepaper bin. We’re somewhere and yet these imagined interior spaces could be anywhere, housed in a tower of glass and steel and concrete. Under Wood and Harrison’s exacting yet playful approach, the rooms become sites for a comedic send-up of everyday events and office culture.