Advertisement

Turin

From the errors of AI to the pleasures of VR, contributing editor Barbara Casavecchia gives the lowdown on the best shows opening this week

Turin

1 Nov
12 Jan
Mélodie Mousset, HanaHana : FullBloom, 2018, virtual reality still. Courtesy: the artist

Turin

25 Oct
15 Nov
Courtesy: Anna Franceschini and ALMANAC, Turin

Turin

27 Oct
15 Dec
Petrit Halilaj, ink drawing on cover page of Shkrepëtima magazine (detail), 2018. Courtesy: the artist and Fondazione Merz, Turin

Turin

29 Oct
3 Feb
Cally Spooner, Everything Might Spill, 2018, wall drawing. Courtesy: the artist and Castello di Rivoli, Turin

Turin

3 Nov
6 Jan
Hito Steyrl, The City of Broken Windows, film still. Courtesy: the aritst and Castello di Rivoli, Turin

Turin

1 Nov
30 Jun
Monster Chetwynd, Bat Opera, 2014, installation views, Massimo De Carlo, Milan. Courtesy: Massimo De Carlo, Milan/London/Hong Kong; photograph: Roberto Marossi 

Turin

2 Nov
30 Mar
Rachel Rose, Wil-o-Wisp (Moiré installation), 2018, video installation. Courtesy: the artist, Philadelphia Museum and Sandretto de Rebaudengo

Turin

2 Nov
3 Feb
Mike Nelson, MAGAZIN, Büyük Valide Han, 2003. Courtesy: the artist, 303 Gallery, New York, Galleria Franco Noero, Turin, Matt’s Gallery, London and  neugerriemschneider, Berlin.  

Turin

2 Nov
16 Feb
Zheng Bo, After Science Garden, 2018, installation view. Courtesy: the artist

Turin

4 Nov
24 Feb

Turin

5 Mar
24 Jun