Olafur Eliasson: In real life @ Tate Modern in London

Olafur Eliasson: In real life marks the most comprehensive solo presentation of the artist’s work, and his first major survey in the UK. Eliasson consistently seeks to make his art relevant to society, engaging the public in memorable ways both inside and outside the gallery. Driven by his interests in perception, movement, and the interaction of people and their environments, he creates artworks which offer experiences that can be shared by all visitors. The exhibition also examines Eliasson’s engagement with issues of climate change, sustainable energy, migration, as well as architecture. Olafur Eliasson: In real life offers a timely opportunity to experience the immersive world of the endlessly inquisitive artist.

Olafur Eliasson: In real life is on view through January 5, 2020 at Tate Modern Bankside, London SE1 9TG. photographs courtesy of Tate Modern

Christian Eckart Presents "White Noise" @ Wilding Cran Gallery In Los Angeles

In White Noise, Christian Eckart is re-presenting romantic sublime imagery for the purpose of reconsidering its primal power specifically in the context of the potential extinction of the human species as a result of climate change. Without humankind, who will be left to appreciate, collect, and share the Earth's ineffable beauty and awesome grandeur? The exhibition title is an acknowledgement to the profound impact Don DeLillo's 1985 novel by the same name, and presenting similar undercurrents, had on the artist many years earlier. White Noise is on view through March 17 at Wilding Cran Gallery 939 South Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles. photographs courtesy of Wilding Cran Gallery

Karon Davis' Solo Exhibition 'Muddy Water' @ Wilding Cran Gallery In Los Angeles

Just as North Carolina faced yet another “500-year storm,” Los Angeles saw the opening of Karon Davis’s Muddy Water at Wilding Cran Gallery. The show takes it’s name from Bessie Smith’s 1927 recording of Muddy Water, a song about the Great Mississippi Flood. The body of work reflects on the effects of climate change, and subsequent migration and displacement, offering a glimpse into the experiences people encounter during natural disasters. Muddy Water is on view through November 4th at Wilding Cran Gallery 939 South Santa Fe Avenue Los Angeles. photographs by Summer Bowie