This year, a series of Gabriel Kuri exhibitions have appeared in the U.S. and Europe.
- Nobody needs to know the price of your Saab, curated by Claudia Schmuckli, at the Blaffer Art Museum in Houston through November, before traveling to the ICA Boston in February. A catalog will have contributions from Schmuckli, Abraham Cruzvillegas, and Elena Filipovic (review by Melissa Ragain).
- Soft Information in Your Hard Facts, at the Museion in Bolzano, organized by Vincenzo de Bellis. A catalog from Mousse has text from the curator, Letizia Ragaglia and Catherine Wood (preview).
- Join the Dots and Make a Point, at the Kunstverein Freiburg in the summer, and now at the Bielefelder Kunstverein through November 1st. This show will have a catalog from Sternberg Press, with contributions from Caroline Käding and Thomas Thiel.
Other publications include 3.66% of 3.66% (Turin, 2009), Suggested taxation scheme (Amsterdam/Mexico City, 2007), and thanks in advance (New Plymouth, N.Z., 2006), en cuenta (Ghent, 2006), and compost index (Turin/Amsterdam/Mexico City, 2005).
Dieter Roelstraete published “Tenebrous dialectics: contemporary art and the limits of enchantment” in Circa 129 (Autumn 2009), pp. 30-35, and an interview with Kuri in Jahresring 56: Wessen Geschichte (2009), pp. 126-143. Katerina Gregos interviewed Kuri, “Between hard facts and soft information,” in Janus 23, part 3 (2008), pp. 3-11. Kate Bush, “Only Connect,” in Frieze 83 (May 2004), reviewed start to stop stopping at MuKHA, Antwerp.