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.
Thomas Kilpper, Pavilion for Revolutionary Free Speech, 2011-12. Installation shot. On view at Kunsthal Charlottenborg through August 8.
Minerva Cuevas, Del Montte, 2003. Acrylic paint on wall and a black and white research scheme on paper. 16½ x 23 feet. On view at Kurimanzutto, Mexico City through August 5.
Patrick Lundeen, Good For You Son, 2012. Installation. On view at Mike Weiss Gallery, New York through July 28.
Ding Yi, Appearance of Crosses 2010-B6, 2010. Pencil, acrylic, and ink. 21â? x 30 inches. On view and ShanghART, Beijing through August 23.
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