Cologne

The artist depicts the archetypal women of the golden age of film – or reveals them through their absence

By Moritz Scheper
Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, ‘Solutions to Compound Problems’, installation view, 2019. Courtesy: House of Gage, Cologne

Cologne

12 Apr
23 Jun
Phung-Tien Phan, Half Moon, 2019, video still. Courtesy: the artist and Drei, Cologne

Cologne

12 Apr
8 Jun
Karla Black, Looking Glass Number 10, 2019, specialist glass paint on mirror. 30 x 23 x 34 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Galerie Gisela Capitain; photograph: Simon Vogel

Cologne

12 Apr
18 May
Claus Richter, Rooftop Melody, 2019, installation view. Courtesy: the artist and Clages, Cologne

Cologne

5 Apr
18 May
Nancy Lupo, Untitled (Blazer), 2019, 0.8 x 2.3 x 1.4 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Jan Kaps, Cologne

Cologne

11 Apr
1 Jun
Ginerva Gambino, Hanni Kamaly

Cologne

5 Apr
25 May
Nil Yalter, Algerian Marriage in France, 1982 (detail), 6 collages: photographs, pencil, and oil on paper, each 62 x 82 cm. Courtesy: © the artist and Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna; photograph: Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna

Cologne

9 Mar
2 Jun
Honza Zamojski, Head, 2019

Cologne

16 Feb
23 Mar

More than ten years after his death, an exhibition at Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne, sheds new light on the conceptual sharpness of the artist

By Moritz Scheper

Cologne

16 Mar
24 May

Cologne

10 Apr
1 Jun