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Maximiliane Leuschner

Maximiliane Leuschner is an art historian and writer based in London.

Penny Goring: Penny World

Penny World at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London spans three galleries over two floors, sharing glimpses of the thirty-year-long career of Penny Goring, an artist and poet who has long worked on the fringes of the London art world, from her early days at Kingston School of Art in the early nineties until today.

Howardena Pindell: A New Language

Currently at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge—former home to British art collectors Jim and Helen Ede—Pindell unfolds her new approach—from abstraction to filmic confrontation—over three galleries on two floors in the annexed exhibition galleries.

Ali Banisadr: The Changing Past

Imagine a reality where the future is historical and the past contemporary, where time stands still and simultaneously moves on. Ali Banisadr conjures such wondrous worlds in his paintings. By bringing the ancient into conversation with phenomena of the present and the future, he explores what stands the test of time. And the circumstances of the current exhibition itself similarly weave together distinct layers of time and space, as the Tehran-born and Brooklyn-based painter celebrates his first solo show with Victoria Miro in the British capital during this year’s Frieze Art Fair.

Simone Fattal: Finding a Way

Finding a Way is foremost a meditation on fragments, a topic that has long preoccupied Fattal.

Fehras Publishing Practices: Borrowed Faces: Future Recall

Borrowed Faces: Future Recall at The Mosaic Rooms in London is Fehras Publishing Practices’ institutional debut in the United Kingdom.

Pablo Bronstein: Hell in its Heyday

Architectural fantasias run deeply through Pablo Bronstein’s veins. At the age of 16, the Argentinian-British (or British-Latinx) artist redecorated his bedroom in drabby Neasden, a West London suburb, transforming it into an iridescent Baroque palazzo.

The Many Face(t)s of Michael Clark

Cosmic Dancer retrospective on Scottish choreographer and dancer Michael Clark explores his screen, set, and stage collaboration with fellow artists.

Eight Commandments of Choreography

The Kolumba in Cologne, Germany, explores what fine arts can learn from dance, and has, together with tanz.Köln, devised a comprehensive program of live performances, screenings, podcasts, video teasers, and more for a yearlong presentation.


The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2023

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