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Vitor Malva – During social isolation March 2020

Vitor Malva – During social isolation March 2020

Vitor Malva

The street art installation project – During social isolation March 2020, until Unlimited… Coimbra (Portugal)

 

 

 

 

 

Project development during social isolation due to the covid-19 pandemic. The starting point is a reflection on the moment when we live collectively. Widespread
panic. The supermarket works, products out of stock.

Don’t pan (dem) ic.

 

As the President has declared a state of emergency. Vitor Malva cannot leave his home. Only in certain exceptional situations. In the few times he went out to walk his dog or go buy food. He spread copies of the work with the message written all over the city! Don’t pan (dem) ic.

 

Website : https://vitormalva.com/

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Benji Reid – April 2 to May 30

Benji Reid – April 2 to May 30

Benji Reid

October Gallery – April 2 to may 30, 2020 London (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

Laugh at Gravity is Benji Reid’s first solo exhibition at the October gallery. This highly anticipated exhibition. The artist’s showcase follows the 2019 edition of AKAA (also known as Africa). Paris and the 2020 edition of ICTAF (Investec Cape Town Art Fair) where the artist’s work captivated the public.

Benji Reid considers himself a choreographer-photographer. A term he coined to sum up his unique practice where theatricality. Choreography and photography meet in the image. His breathtaking photographs. Composed mainly of self-portraits in incredible poses. Anti-gravitational with a mixture of accessories. Train the audience in a different dimension.

Hyper-realities.

In the hyper-realities he presents. The subject is released by acts of the artist’s imagination. Whether to explore life as a foreigner. Mental health issues or the complexity of fatherhood. Reid involves the audience in the discussion. Each portrait perfectly placed on vivid backgrounds. Adorned with fantastic objects addresses the world in which we live. Everyday objects like a paddle. A sparkler or a stool transforms and transports the subject into an alternative reality that offers protection and liberation.

 

Benji Reid

October Gallery – 24 Old Gloucester Street London WC1N 3AL (UK)

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Oliver Jones – March 14 to May 10

Oliver Jones – March 14 to May 10

Oliver Jones

Berrington Hall – March 14 to May 10, 2020 Leominster (United Kingdom)

 

 

 

 

 

Meadow Arts presents a new exhibition in partnership with National Trust. Artist Oliver Jones invites us to look at our times in an impressive series of large-scale pastel drawings. Sometimes shocking, often melancholy or humorous. These extraordinary works take their place on the ground floor of Berrington Hall. Like a sudden invasion of hyper-reality. Jones’ pseudo-portraits (cropped to resemble social media formats) stand out. But they also seem strangely at home in the beautiful Georgian rooms.

 

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Berrington Hall – Berrington Hall, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DW (UK)

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Donald Judd – March 19 to May 16

Donald Judd – March 19 to May 16

Donald Judd

Brooke Alexander Inc. – March 19 to May 16, 2020 New-York (US)

 

 

 

 

 

At Brooke Alexander Inc. The American visual artist and theorist Donald Clarence Judd. Minimal Art leader, born in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, June 3, 1928. He died in New York on February 12, 1994. Donald Judd revolutionized the practices and attitudes surrounding art and the exhibition of work of art.
His painting is then subordinated to the shape of the canvas. The elements that make it up are reduced to a minimum.

Visual sensation.

For Donald Judd the work of art should cause an immediately understandable visual sensation. And should not refer to anything other than itself. Its shape. Its material. Color, space and order. This implies to rid it of all illusionist figuration and all composition effect.

 

Donald Judd

Brooke Alexander Inc. – 59 Wooster Street New York, NY 10012 (US)

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James Juthstrom – March 14 to April 25

James Juthstrom – March 14 to April 25

James Juthstrom

Westwood Gallery NYC – March 14 to April 25, 2020 New-York (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Westwood Gallery NYC is pleased to present Imagining the Cosmos: Abstract Paintings. A solo exhibition of paintings by James Juthstrom (1925-2007). On the main level of the gallery. Eight abstract paintings from the late 1970s to the 1980s are on display. The exhibition includes a monumental painting of 10 ‘x 22’ on canvas which will be presented to the public for the first time.

Spiritual abstraction.

Instead of basing his mid-career paintings on the physical action of his contemporaries. Juthstrom turned to a unique spiritual and rhythmic abstraction. The large canvases are painted with small colored circles. Loose hatching and hand-stamped formations. Some only reveal themselves in the light. Juthstrom’s work from this period also lacks noticeable focus. Recalling the compositions of Jackson Pollock and Mark Tobey.

 

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Westwood Gallery NYC – 262 Bowery, New York, NY 10012 (US)

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Kathleen Kucka – March 14 to April 25

Kathleen Kucka – March 14 to April 25

Kathleen Kucka

Heather Gaudio Fine Art – March 14 to April 25, 2020 New Canaan (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

The exhibition will present new paintings. And eye-catching prints that Kucka spent last year creating. Its multi-step process. Is an activation of the image plane using unconventional, but contradictory methods. Using different tools. Like charcoal fire starters. Torches. Irons or hot plates. Kucka carefully burns the surface of the canvas. Canceling the pictorial conventions and the support of the painting itself. Certain markings form rectilinear calculated patterns. Concentric or radial. While others make more random fluid arrangements. She paints or leaves the canvas naked. Intentionally leaving traces of marked and smoked areas. As proof of physical engagement with the material.

Perforated fabrics

Sometimes the pigment humorously emulates lively flames on the surface. These perforated fabrics are then mounted on secondary prepared paints. They can introduce another color into the overall composition. In this way, Kucka approaches the limits of the canvas by accentuating the voids. Which become the spaces beyond the plane of the image. For Kucka, piercing a work with heat. Or fire is another way to make your mark – destruction. New joints are emerging. These intriguing works are reminiscent of forms. Or old models seen in nature.

 

Kathleen Kucka

Heather Gaudio Fine Art – 66 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT 06840 (US)

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Kristján Leósson & Kristína Aðalsteinsdóttir

Kristján Leósson & Kristína Aðalsteinsdóttir

Kristján Leósson & Kristína Aðalsteinsdóttir

Ljósvaki //Æther 1.0.1.”

BERG Contemporary – Until March 21, 2020 Reykjavík (Iceland)

 

 

 

 

 

Ljósvaki // Æther 1.0.1. The vaguely familiar title of the exhibition can be traced back to a collection of theories on the imaginary element æther. Which was supposed to be present everywhere in the universe. And had the quality of transporting light through time. As well as space. This theory was later demystified by Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.

The spellbinding moment lived while looking through a crystal of Icelandic spar. And the world doubles in an instant. Due to the refraction of light. Is the source material for the works that Selma Hreggviðsdóttir and Sirra Sigrún Sigurðardóttir can see here. While shedding light on the curious history of an extraordinary Icelandic natural phenomenon. Still hidden from many.

17th century.

It is in the 17th century. That fragments of Spar from Iceland have been transported along the mountain. Along tiny streams near Helgustaðir in eastern Iceland. They caught the attention of the locals. As well as Danish merchants who settled nearby. Once people started digging in the mountain, gigantic Iceland Spar rocks were discovered. Some up to a meter tall, sources say.

Exhibition.

The two artists’ exhibition is part of an ongoing research project on the phenomena mentioned above. With the first chapter already exhibited at Eskifjörður in the summer of 2019. This time, Sirra Sigrún and Selma present the exhibition space of BERG Contemporary with a new appearance. Only allowed by polarized view through Iceland Spar. In their video Extraordinary Ray (2020). In addition to capturing the flash of a moment created inside the crystallized dome of the University of Iceland. Originally produced by Guðmundur de Miðdalur and Guðjón Samúelsson (former Icelandic state architect). In their unique work Hvelfing (2020).

 

BERG Contemporary – Klapparstígur 16, 101 Reykjavík (Iceland)

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FOR A DREAMER OF HOUSES

FOR A DREAMER OF HOUSES

FOR A DREAMER OF HOUSES

 

 

 

 

 

For a dreamer of houses, an imaginative and immersive exhibition. It explores the meaning of the spaces we inhabit and how they represent themselves. Our values and our desires. Discover more than fifty works from the DMA collection. In a variety of media that demonstrate the evocative power of objects. And domestic structures. The artists presented use forms derived from dwellings. Or furniture to investigate ideas such as belonging. Alienation. Fancy. Sex and body.

Gaston Bachelard.

The exhibition is based on the influential 1958 book by philosopher Gaston Bachelard. The poetics of space, and its organization correspond to five chapters. Who examine the psychological importance of houses. The main recent acquisitions, in particular the works of Alex Da Corte. Olivia Erlanger. EJ Hill. Francisco Moreno. Pipilotti Rist and Do Ho Suh, are highlighted in each section.

 

FOR A DREAMER OF HOUSES

Olivia Erlanger

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Alex Da Corte

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Francisco Moreno

Dallas Museum of art – 1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201, US

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CANVAS International Art Fair 2020

CANVAS International Art Fair 2020

CANVAS International Art Fair 2020

THE LINE Contemporary Art Space –  May 7 to Oct 30, 2020 London (UK) 

 

 

 

 

 

CANVAS is an International Art Fair that will present collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. ITSLIQUID Group, with an experience of more than 250 art exhibitions all around the world and twelve editions of international fairs, is proud to announce the debut of CANVAS. London International Art Fair that will represent a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors. Artists. Photographers. Designers and art professionals. Featuring paintings. Sculptures. Photography art. Installations. Video art and live performance.

CANVAS will provide artists and exhibitors with the unique opportunity to present their works to an international audience of professionals as curators. Gallerists. Collectors. Editors and publishers who seek to acquire. Publish and encourage the best contemporary art talents.

Canvas.

The word “canvas” was used for the first time in Italy in the 14th century. And it has become the most common support medium for oil painting. Replacing wooden panels. During the centuries, the canvas’ meaning has changed. Starting from paintings, throught the photographic and cinematographic film. Exploring the human body, to the digital world. Canvas is the creatives’ common ground. On which they can express themselves. We invite all the artists to share their personal artistic research through any kind of media. From painting to sculptures and installation. From photography to videoart and live performance.

ITSLIQUID GROUP.

CANVAS International Art Fair is organized by ITSLIQUID GROUP in collaboration with Mercato Metropolitano and YMX Arts, and it will be held in London at THE LINE Contemporary Art Space from May 07 to October 30, 2020. It consists of 3 main events:

THE SKIN PROJECT from May 07 to June 19, 2020
Deadline for applications is April 03, 2020 (11.59 PM of your local time)

OUT OF BALANCE from July 02 to August 14, 2020
Deadline for applications is May 31, 2020 (11.59 PM of your local time)

MIXING IDENTITIES from September 03 to October 30, 2020
Deadline for applications is July 31, 2020 (11.59 PM of your local time)

Artists interested.

Artists interested in taking part in our shows. Are free to be sponsored and supported by institutions. Organizations. Governments and their representers. The logos of their sponsors will be included in all the communication (digital and print) of the events. Artists are free to take part in one or more events.

 

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CANVAS International Art Fair – 42 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6DR, UK 

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Zhu Jinshi – March 11 to August 2, Sydney

Zhu Jinshi – March 11 to August 2, Sydney

Zhu Jinshi

White Rabbit Gallery – March 11 to August 2, 2020 Sydney (Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

Billionaire art collector Judith Neilson. The Chippendale refuge for Chinese art. Continues its tenth anniversary this year with a new exhibition of works collected over the past decade. You can take a stroll in Zhu Jinshi’s “ Ship of Time ”, a huge tunnel designed from 14,000 sheets of xuan rice paper and 1,800 pieces of bamboo. And see the “ Constellations ” of Ai Weiwei’s former studio assistant. Zhao Zhao, Constellations – panel silk embroidery. For moviegoers, there is a three-channel video installation acclaimed by Liu Chuang. Which brings together sequences found and filmed with recognizable cinematographic references to explore what it means to be displaced and alienated.

 

 

And Now White Rabbit Gallery 2020 suppliedLe navire du temps de Zhu Jinshi semble flotter dans le GNV

White Rabbit Gallery – 30 Balfour St Chippendale Sydney 2008 (Australia)

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