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AIPAD Pier 94, New York
4 – 7 April 2019

Eighteen Pumpjacks, Richtered, and Turbines presented at the Bruce Silverstein Gallery booth



Civilization Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing
9 March – 19 May 2019

Field (2013) is a high-resolution slice of the giant North Ward Estes oil field in the Permian Basin of West Texas. The work is composed of hundreds of captures of satellite images and is a single 13 metre x 1.5 metre inkjet print supported by a tray frame. The surface area of the location being represented is 14km x 1.6 km (8.7 miles x 1 mile). Field is part of a major exhibition addressing and illuminating major aspects of our increasingly global 21st century civilization, curated by William Ewing, Bartomeu Marí and Holly Roussell Perret-Gentil.



The New York Times Magazine
3 February 2019

Mishka was commissioned by the New York Times’ Magazine to produce Staring at Venus (2019). The work was made by gazing at two photographs of a 1st Century BC marble of the torso of Venus, taken by Jan Ryś, a Polish photographer working in the early twentieth-century. Staring at Venus accompanied a Letters of Recommendation article by Kelli María Korducki.



ArteFiera Bologna, Italy
1 4 February 2019

Galleria Bianconi presents Feedlots (2012-13), Oil Fields (2013), Turbines (2017) and Earth Moon System (2019) alongside works by Paola di Bello.



Capitalist Realism Thessaloniki Museum of Photography
28 September – 18 April 2019

An installation of Fifty-One US Military Outposts (2010) presented in a group show with Carlos Ayesta & Guillaume Bression, Manolis Baboussis, Stefan Chow & Lin Huiyi, Kostas Christopoulos, Petros Efstathiadis, Greg Girard, Nick Hannes, Jacqueline Hassink, Christos Kapatos, Panos Kokkinias, Johnny Miller, Richard Misrach, Sejin Moon, Freya Nayade, Trevor Paglen, Mark Peterson, Paris Petridis, Anna Skladmann, Carlos Spottorno, Julian Stallabrass, Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti, Rufina Wu & Stefan Canham. Curated by Fotis Milionis.