At Gallery TPW, Antonia Hirsch uses references to astronomy and technology to mount an exploration of inner and outer worlds. Karina Irvine reviews.
The Istanbul Biennial comes at a time of unrest in Turkey. Merve Unsal reviews, finding an event of myth and spectacle, sitting on “ever-sliding ground.”
Three summer exhibitions at Toronto’s Power Plant by artist collectives simulate conditions of radical artmaking, but ultimately reveal hollow cores.
“Stopping the Sun in its Course” brings together Canadian artists in Los Angeles, continuing the West Coast interest in wordplay. Gabrielle Moser reviews.
At the Napoleonic Museum in Rome, Josh Thorpe’s sound works, text installations and screenprints bring a touch of nature into the site’s historic rooms.