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Sitara Abuzar Ghaznawi’s exhibition “LOVE/ terms and conditions” features new works.
April 1, 2021 - May 22, 2021
To describe Sitara Abuzar Ghaznawi’s exhibition “LOVE/ terms and conditions” at Galerie Maria Bernheim, Shamiran Istifan and Lhaga Koondhor have written a text musing on thoughts like “No time for your crocodile tears” as a manifesto, “Intimate vulnerability is strength,” and “You wanna spend the nights with me or only with the idea of me?” On view in the show are new works including a series of mixed media creations on wood named in a succession of episodes—like Episode 1 (Acting Elite)—which tell a story through framed elements like fabric, distressed clothing, and scraps of paper, and a series called “Family Intervention,” which present as colorful ropes of material hanging from the ceiling, and have each been assigned a person’s name as part of the title.
Anh Duong's exhibition “La Tentation d’existed. There is always Champagne in the Fridge” asks questions of self and identity.
Mai 36's exhibition of Thomas Ruff features new additions to the artist's "Tableaux chinois" series along with works dating back through 1981.
Mika Rottenberg's debut exhibition at Hauser & Wirth follows the artist's interests in labor and value through sculptures, film, and installations.
Open at Kunsthalle Zurich through September 5, Lorenza Longhi’s “Minuet of Manners” encompasses every aspect of the gallery, including the furniture and the methods by which her works have been hung.
Galerie Maria Bernheim’s Zurich location presents the work of the artist Kyle Dunn for the first time ever with his exhibition “The Fool.”
The first presentation to occupy the new David Chipperfield-designed Kunsthaus Zurich extension building is William Forsythe’s “The Sense of Things.”
For the fifth anniversary of the death of Zaha Hadid, Galerie Gmurzynska has presented “Abstracting the Landscape” in honor of the renowned architect.
Open at Mai 36 Galerie through May 29 is Allen Ruppersberg’s first solo exhibition in Switzerland, “Collages.”