Ricardo Passaporte — Exciting Love | Ruttkowski68

Ricardo Passaporte shops at Lidl, Tesco, and Ikea. He loves the ordinariness of consumerism and the casualness of the brands that surround us, which are part of our everyday life – even though we never choose them consciously. With his airbrush paintings on canvas, Passaporte reflects on the relation of art and consumerism. Rather than approaching this analytically,

«Vegan Racism» — Marco Pariani

Marco Pariani (1986) is one of the most interesting figures of the new Italian art scene. For his first exhibition at Ribordy Contemporary, Pariani presents a set of paintings whose formal vocabulary derives from Abstract Expressionism, appropriating significant elements such as large scale formats, dramatic and expressive pictorial keys and gestures, as well as a contained

Richie Culver, Lauren DiCioccio & Pedro Matos — Stitchingthecracks

Graffiti-like scrawls, canvases with semi-familiar faces, and tactile, bulbous sculptures in an array of bright colours – “Stitchingthecracks” (6 September – 6 October) at Kristin Hjellegjerde London, presents an investigation, reinterpretation and recontextualization of the meaning of the everyday. While different in approach, the works of Richie Culver, Lauren Dicioccio and Pedro Matos share an

MAKE YOUR MARK | PLUS-ONE Gallery

Four young and promising artists, making their mark on the contemporary art scene. At the start of this new art season, PLUS-ONE Gallery brings together Jenny Brosinski, Stevie Dix, Antwan Horfee and Tom Volkaert in a group show that honours their individual practice and their professional respect for each other. What binds them is not

COMING OFF THE WALL

In COMING OFF THE WALL, the three artists, Christian August, Mike Okay and Ingo Albrecht exhibit painted works that question the identity of the artist, the work, subjects and techniques. Their shared personal and professional histories are their starting point: all three artists are from Halle, where they came of age among the graffiti scene