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Wonnerth Dejaco, Vienna

Michael Wonnerth-Magnusson & Victoria Dejaco opened Wonnerth Dejaco opened in 2020- but just recently reopened from lockdown with a solo show Axel Koschier- preceeding an excellent presentation of new sculptural works by Thea Moeller. The gallery is located (Ballgasse 6) in Vienn’s city center 1 district (altstadt) of cobble stoned streets littered with churches and trendy shops and cafes- directly across from the legendary Kleines Café.

For this show, Koschier disassembled the neon lighting of the gallery and repositioned them standing vertically throughout the gallery- proportional long strips of stretched linen hang on the walls echoing the architectural positions of the light objects. Its refreshing to see artists such as Koschier and Moeller working closely with the architectural context of the gallery again… Hopefully, one benefit of no art fairs for an entire year- is how artists and gallerists are rethinking their relations to the brick and mortar galleries role.

Wonnerth Dejaco 

Ballgasse 6
1010 Vienna

Berthold Pott, Cologne

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Berthold Pott opens a new 300m2 exhibition space in the newly developing quarter of Ehrenfeld, just west of Cologne’s ‘Belgian Quarter’ which has been its traditional gallery district. 

The new space is in a factory building from the late 1940’s.
Pott will open this space with a group show appropriately titled „Ehrenfeld“ on 24 April 2021, showing artists from the gallery program featuring Max Frintrop, Agata Ingarden, Jonathan Binet, Jens Kothe, Evan Robarts and Johanna von Monkiewitsch. 
 
Widdersdorfer Straße 185
Cologne, Germany
 

EUGSTER, Belgrade

 

Eugster || Belgrade is a contemporary art gallery in Belgrade, Serbia. The gallery’s mission is to rediscover and nourish the art scene from the Balkans, claiming a new center within its turbulent context and creating a dialogue between the local and the international.

Though Serbia (and Ex-Yugoslavia) have a rich and complex art historical tradition, its been slow to develop galleries which functioning both on a local & international dialogue. Eugster has been able to do this through participation art fairs and a diverse exhibition program.

Eugster || Belgrade

Viline Vode BB (Objekat 5/3)
11060 Belgrade

gallery@eugster-belgrade.com

South Parade, London

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South Parade is a new project space dedicated to contemporary art located in Deptford, South East London which opened in December 2020. The inaugural exhibition runs until 1 May and features drawing, painting and sculpture by Zoë Carlon, Charlotte Edey, Ficus Interfaith, Simon Linington and Matthew Peers. 

The upcoming exhibition in May is James Fuller, a British artist who splits his time between Athens and London. South Parade will run a year round exhibition programme. 

 

South Parade
Enclave 9, 50 Resolution Way, 
London, SE8 4AL (Opposite Arch 14-16)

Sydney, Sydney

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Galeria Alegria, Barcelona

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Capsule, Shanghai

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Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo

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Ermes Ermes, Rome

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Friends Indeed, San Francisco

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Galerie Maria Bernheim, London

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Joint Ventures at KOW, Berlin

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Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles

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Aoyama Meguro, Tokyo

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Fanta MLN, Milano

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Isla Flotante, Buenos Aires

Mariela Scafati
Tobias Dirty
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Nino Mier Gallery, Brussels

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Ross-Sutton Gallery, NYC

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Weiss Falk, Basel

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Nordenhake, Mexico City

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