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STERLING RUBY

The exhibition includes several works from Ruby’s Monument Stalagmite series, towering sculptures created by a time and labor-intensive process. This includes Monument Stalagmite/The Shining (2011), which features dripped red paint that takes on the appearance of blood and refers to an iconic scene in Stanley Kubrick’s film adaption of Stephen King’s novel The Shining (1980) On view at ICA, Miami
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JAMILA JOHNSON-SMALL: POETICAL POLITICAL BODY

Jamila Johnson-Small emanates a magnetic force that captures and surprises as soon as one is in her presence. The written dramaturgy is suddenly raised by the emotion that the artist conveys in that moment, and her performances turn into a space of communion with her mesmerized audience. Text by Vittoria Matarrese
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MOHAMED BOUROUISSA. THAT’S JUST THE WAY IT IS

In his multi-layered practice spanning photography, film, installation, sculpture and drawing, Mohamed Bourouissa (born in Blida, Algeria in 1978, lives and works in Gennevilliers, France) addresses systems of power and domination, and questions the circulation of images, ideas and money. Text by Martha Kirszenbaum
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In conversation with Vincent Honoré
Text by Adriana Blidaru
Hyphen Projects
, Milan
Peres Projects, Berlin
Text by Tom Engels
Text by Daria De Beauvais
covers by Wong Ping and Stewart Uoo
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PATRIZIO DI MASSIMO

KURA. is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Milan by the Italian artist Patrizio Di Massimo (born in 1983, lives and works in London): a body of new works which further explores on a larger scale many themes dear to the artist. KURA. c/o KURA.
Text by Asad Raza
Der TANK, Basel
Liebaert Projects, Kortrijk
T293, Rome
Gagosian Gallery, Rome
Text by Natasha Marie Llorens