The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see if you could jetset from one international art hub to the next.
Giacomo Balla, Velocita astratta + Rumore (Abstract speed + Sounds) at “Inventing Abstraction: 1910-1925”). On view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York through April 15.
Ori Gersht, Blow up: Untitled, 2007. Lightjet print mounted on aluminum, 248 x 188 cm x 6 cm (framed). On view at the National Gallery, London through January 20.
Zack Wirsum, Some Kind of Snuffelupagus (Step One), Too Much Junk In That Trunk. Acrylic and linen on board, 14 x 16 x 4 in. On view at the Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago through March 2.
Sangdon Kim, Bulwang-dong Totem [blue], 2012. Giclée prints on premium lustre paper, ed. 2/5. On view at The 7th Asia Pacific Trienniel of Contemporary Art, Australia through April 14.
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