Simon Denny, Post-Capital: Art and the Economics of the Digital Age

02 October 2021 —
16 January 2022

Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d'Art Moderne, Luxembourg City


Simon Denny, State and Nature

17 July —
31 October 2021

Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany


Michael Stevenson, The Earth is Flat Again

24 September 2021 —
16 January 2022

MS1 - Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz, Poland


Vivian Lynn / Liliane Lijn

By Laura Castagnini


Following her death in 2018, pioneering feminist artist Vivian Lynn is receiving unprecedented international attention, after a lifetime of exhibiting widely in Aotearoa, but never outside of New Zealand. Following her recent inclusion in the 13th Gwangju Biennale and a solo exhibition at Southard Reid, London, Laura Castagnini reflects on the long-overdue revival of feminist art practices from the 1980s, and considers the striking parallels between Lynn’s work and her London-based counterpart, Liliane Lijn. 


Cat Auburn, Carpet Territory

09 October —
17 October 2021

36 Lime Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom


Sriwhana Spong, The Poem is a Temple

11 September —
27 November 2021

Western Front Gallery, Vancouver, Canada


Virginia Leonard, Officine Saffi Award 4

07 September —
07 November 2021

Via Aurelio Saffi, Milan, Italy


Simon Denny, Proof of Stake - Technological Claims

04 September —
14 November 2021

Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany


Kate Newby, La Mer Imaginaire

20 May —
17 October 2021

Villa Carmignac, Porquerolles, France


They Call Me The Believer

By Habib William Kherbek


Michael Stevenson’s retrospective at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, traces a 35 year practice exploring the intricacies of storytelling and truth in popular culture, media and technology. In this piece, Habib William Kherbek explores how Stevenson’s practice calls into question the infrastructures of knowledge formation in a sprawling, fragmented exhibition from inside the belly of a whale. 


Vivian Lynn, Mind Fields

14 April —
19 June 2021

Southard Reid Gallery, London, United Kingdom


Oscar Enberg, Domestic Drama

03 December 2021 —
20 February 2022

HALLE FÜR KUNST Steiermark, Graz, Austria


Salome Tanuvasa, Golden Daughters of the Sun

08 October —
31 October 2021

Kunstraum London, UK


Zac Langdon Pole, Eureka!

04 September —
02 October 2021

VIN VIN Gallery, Vienna, Austria


Natasha Matila-Smith, Deme Te Atawhai Scott, Salome Tanuvasa and Yvonne Todd

16 July —
14 November 2021

Paul Ramsay Galleries and ANZ/Zauner Grand Foyer, MAMA, Albury, Australia


Simon Denny, INFORMATION (Today)

25 June —
10 October 2021

Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland


Estella Castle, Land in the Bend of the River

12 June —
18 December 2021

Egham Museum, Egham, UK


Sione Tuívailala Monū, Leitī

30 July —
10 October 2021

Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia


Anne Noble, Point of No Return. Attunement of Attention

24 April —
20 June 2021

NART – Narva Art Residency, Estonia


Melanie Tangaere Baldwin, Billboard Work

01 September —
30 September 2021

Dalston, East London, United Kingdom


Simon Denny, Hiding in Plain Sight

14 July —
20 August 2021

Pace Gallery, New York, U.S.A.


André Hemer, sensor glow

22 July —
28 August 2021

Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London, U.K.


Plant Data

By Alice Bonnot


Porto-based New Zealand artist Yota Ayaan investigates the possibilities of human-plant communication in Plant Data, an exhibition at the Galeria da Biodiversidade, Centro Ciência Viva, in Porto’s Botanical garden. After visiting the show, writer and curator Alice Bonnot discusses here the urgent lessons that can be gleaned from it in the current climate crisis.


Robin White and Angela Tiata, Matisse Alive

01 October 2021 —
01 October 2022

Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia


Charting the Constellations of the Oceans, Rivers, and Islands

By Julie Nagam


As the inaugural Artistic Director for Nuit Blanche Toronto (2020 and 2022), Dr Julie Nagam is interested in forging new relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, in Turtle Island (North America) and internationally, and in the use of digital and new media to express shared experiences of colonialism. Here, Nagam introduces several recent projects undertaken in collaboration with artists and curators from Aotearoa and the new global partnership The Space Between Us, emerging from these cross-cultural exchanges.


Some Kind of Travelogue

By Esther Lu


Aotearoa-based artist Sorawit Songsataya’s practice explores the many tangents that connect and redefine our understandings of subjectivity and ecology. Songsataya was invited to participate in the group show, The Turn of the Fifth Age, at Selasar Sunaryo Art Space in Bandung, Indonesia, earlier this year, where they exhibited their work Jupiter. Here, co-curator Esther Lu responds to that work.


André Hemer in 'Unreachable Spring'

17 October —
19 December 2020

Luis De Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


Len Lye in Anticorps

23 October 2020 —
03 January 2021

Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France


A protest and a mourning ritual

By Michelangelo Corsaro


In their work for the 13th Gwangju Biennale, the Bad Fiji Gyals call attention to the legacy of Girmitiya women, indentured labourers from the Indian subcontinent recruited by British colonial authorities to work on Fiji’s sugarcane plantations. Associate Curator Michelangelo Corsaro writes about the collaborative work of Aotearoa-based artist Quishile Charan and US-based artist Esha Pillay.