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NY-based visual artist and long-time friend of 1883, Androxx, is back with Brave New World, a photographic series serving as a commentary on post-Trump America. We caught up with the artist to discuss his work, politics and Night Fever, an upcoming group show devoted to the disco years and featuring some of Androxx’s latest photos

1883 meets Alice Black, co-founder (with Matt Symonds) of the eponymous gallery ALICE BLACK which opens its doors in Soho on 20th May with a debut show – STATIC/KINETIC – devoted to geometric abstraction (private view on 19th May, 6-9pm)

1883 meets artist Tahnee Lonsdale to discuss her forthcoming exhibition – Furnished (with Roberta Moore Contemporary at Herrick Gallery, London, from 10th-16th May), gender inequality and Los Angele’s art scene

1883 caught up with Italian curatorial duo Francesco Urbano Ragazzi and Milan-born artist Luca Pozzi to discuss their latest project, Blazing Quasi-Stellar Object, bringing together art and science

1883 meets multi-disciplinary artist Graeme Messer to discuss real-life self and public persona in the Social Media era; his one-man show, I Love This Motherf***er, is on display at Lights of Soho until 26th NovemberRead More...

1883 meets Bangladeshi-born artist Rana Begum to discuss The Space Between, on display at Parasol unit until 18th September

1883 meets Alice Sharp, founder of Invisible Dust, to discuss Human Sensor, a performance exploring air pollution as part of Manchester European City of Science 2016

1883 sits down for a chat with curatorial duo Francesco Urbano Ragazzi to discuss A Mystical Staircaise, a group exhibition encompassing mysticism, fortune-telling and Internet art

1883 sits down for a chat with Ziba Ardalan, founder/director of Parasol unit, to find out more about Magical Surfaces, an exhibition exploring the relationship between photography and the uncanny; on display until 19th June

1883 meets London-based artist ‪#‎KittyClark‬ to find out more about HUMANS UNITE, an exhibition addressing anxiety and futile desires from a transhumanist perspective; at Public Exhibitions until 3rd June

Onemetre is a monthly column featuring a selection of images curated by artist Caterina Rossato and photographer Alessandro Speccher.

For each piece they will visit and review a selection of contemporary art exhibitions, highlighting visual and thematic affinities between the shows. Each report will result in a 1 metre (39.38 inches) long page that can be downloaded for free and printed in high resolution.

For their fifth piece, titled Black or White, Caterina and Alessandro have reviewed Giuseppe Penone’s exhibition at MART, Rovereto, and Carsten Höller’s at Pirelli Hangar Bicocca, Milan.

1883 meets Giuseppe Pinto from curatorial collective Like A Little Disaster to find out more about Difference and Repetition, a group show bringing together 11 international artists, including our friend and collaborator Caterina Rossato, to explore themes of identity, difference and representation

On display at Lisson Gallery, London until 12 March, John Akomfrah’s solo exhibition addresses temporality, post-colonialism, personal and collective memories, while Line brings together fifteen international artists to expand on the concept of line and reflect on the role of drawing in contemporary art http://bit.ly/1SZBRH8

Bringing together no less than a 100 works and spanning 50 years, Electronic Superhighway traces backwards the origin and history of Internet/computer art; at the Whitechapel Gallery until 15th May

1883 caught up with French-Swiss artist Julian Charrière to talk about art, science and his current show at Parasol unit, running until 23rd March

‪#‎Onemetre‬ is a monthly column featuring a selection of images curated by artist ‪#‎CaterinaRossato‬ and alessandro speccher photographer. For each piece they will visit and review a selection of contemporary art exhibitions, highlighting visual and thematic affinities between the shows. Each report will result in a 1 metre (39.38 inches) long page that can be downloaded for free and printed in high resolution.

For their second piece, Caterina and Alessandro have reviewed Artissima Fair 2015 - Italy’s most important contemporary art fair in Turin - and the exhibitions of Anselm Kiefer, Philippe Parreno and Damián Ortega at Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan.

Check Onemetre here http://bit.ly/1RbFskg