HENRY BROOME

EXHIBITION REVIEWS


– Nam June Paik at Tate Modern (Flash Art, February 2020)

– Kara Walker at Sprüth Magers (Flash Art, November 2019)

– All His Ghost Must Do My Bidding at Wysing Arts Centre (Art Monthly, September 2019)


– Hito Steyerl: Power Plants at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery (Burlington Contemporary, May 2019)


– Power Play at Korean Cultural Centre UK & Delfina Foundation (Studio International, March 2019)


– Snow Crash at IMT Gallery (Art Monthly, March 2019)


– HOOKED: When want becomes need at Science Gallery London (Times Literary Suppplement, December 2018)


– Disappear Here: On perspective and other kinds of space at RIBA (thisistomorrow, September 2018)


– The Ol’ Switcheroo at Jupiter Woods (Studio International, May 2018)


– Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future at Hayward Gallery (Studio International, May 2018)


– Pakui Hardware: The Return of Sweetness at Tenderpixel (Art Monthly, May 2018)


– Lilah Fowler: nth nature at Assembly Point (Studio International, April 2018)


– Ilona Sagar: Correspondence O at South London Gallery (January 2018)


– Fatal Softness at Koppel Project (MAP magazine, January 2018)


 Anne de Boer & ecksenis.net: System Attempt Contact at Banner Repeater (Studio International, January 2018)


– Yuri Pattison: context, collapse at Mother’s Tankstation (Studio International, November 2017)


– Zach Blas: Contra-Internet at Gasworks (Studio International, October 2017)


– Inner Other at Gossamer Fog (MAP Magazine, August 2017)


– Untitled at Tyburn Gallery (Aesthetica Magazine, August/September edition, August 2017)


– Corrupted Blood Incident at South Kiosk (Curating the Contemporary, July 2017)


– A Handful of Dust at Whitechapel Gallery (Studio International, July 2017)


– Louisa Fairclough: A Song Cycle for the Ruins of a Psychiatric Unit (Studio International, July 2017)


– Ailbhe Ní Bhriain: Reports to an Academy at Domobaal (Studio International, June 2017)


– Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction at Barbican (Studio International, June 2017)


– Jerwood Staging Series at Jerwood Space (this is tomorrow, June 2017)


– Rory Pilgrim: Software Garden at Rowing (this is tomorrow, June 2017)


– The Ends of Collage at Luxembourg & Dayan (this is tomorrow, April 2017)


– Maeve Brennan: The Drift at Chisenhale Gallery (Studio International, April 2017)


– Joachim Koester: In the Face of Overwhelming Forces at Camden Arts Centre, (Aesthetica Magazine, March 2017)


– Tropical Hangover at Tenderpixel (this is tomorrow, February 2017)


– Mahmoud Bakhshi: The Unity of Time and Place at Narrative Projects (this is tomorrow, February 2017)

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