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Off Canvas – Online Gallery Show
A Women’s Thing – Dec 4, to Feb 4, 2021 New-york (US)
A Women’s Thing and YCG Fine Art announce the virtual exhibition “OFF CANVAS”. Which will be on view on @awomensthing from December 4, 2020 to February 4, 2021. This online viewing room, the second of its kind, is part of a larger initiative launched by A Women’s Thing. To provide support and visibility to emerging artists and organizations. Mid-career and established who identify women internationally.
Association Link → awomensthing.org
“OFF CANVAS” invites viewers to reflect on and beyond the limits of the canvas (both real and metaphorical) by exploring a selection of pieces by four female artists working in different media. 10% of YCG Fine Art’s proceeds from “OFF CANVAS” will be donated to the Association for the benefit of children (a-b-c.org). Follow @awomensthing on Instagram for updates. Featured artists: Morgan Everhart. Padma Rajendran. Erika Ranee. Véronique Terrieux.
Hiroshi Nagai: Paintings for Music
Japan Foundation – Until Jan 23, Sydney (Australia)
Hiroshi Nagai: Paintings for Music studies the relationship between the pop music of the Japanese city and the paintings of the famous illustrator Hiroshi Nagai. This is Nagai’s first international solo exhibition. Including the cover of A Long Vacation by Eiichi Ohtaki. Many other iconic record covers have spearheaded the city’s pop music culture in Japan. Nagai has since collaborated with musicians. Brands from all over the world, leaving their mark on contemporary culture and style.
This exhibition explores an era that sums up the new way of life of urban youth in Tokyo. Through the lens of Nagai’s paintings. His dream visual palette. Its associated urban successes embody the cultural reverberations of the Japanese economic boom. Providing a soundtrack and aesthetic for young city dwellers who desire endless poolside summers and vibrant nightlife in the city.
Hiroshi Nagai: Paintings for Music features 20 of the illustrator’s original works spanning his career. As well as a collection of record covers designed for a variety of musical styles from Japan and around the world. Including soul. The funk. Pop, Reggae. The boogie and more.
Japan Foundation→The Japan Foundation, Sydney Level 4, Central Park 28 Broadway, Chippendale NSW 2008
Festival at Battersea Power Station – Until Feb 16, 2020 London (UK)
Banishing the winter blues, Battersea stages a light festival of four installations. At the former power station whose distinctive chimney columns punctuate the south London skyline. Perhaps the most visually striking is Talking Heads, created by Viktor Vicsek. Two heads, each composed of 4,000 customisable LED lights. React to one another to create a myriad of facial expressions. The light installations, free to enjoy from 8th January until 16th February. Also include a large interactive screen with a thousand buttons. Which you can use to make patterns. 140 filtered fluorescent tubes which bring light to the historic Grade II*-listed Coaling Jetty. And an interactive neon sign which draws you in with its bright colours. Provoking message and loud rustling noises.
Battersea Light Festival – Battersea Power Station, Circus West, Battersea, Sopwith Way, London SW8 4NN
Museum La Boverie – Until May 3, 2020 Liege (Belgium)
With a selection of around forty hyperrealist sculptures by leading international artists. Marc Sijan. Paul McCarthy, George Segal, Ron Mueck, Maurizio Cattelan, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Duane Hanson, Carole Feuerman. The exhibition “Hyperrealism Sculpture. This is not a body. ” Reports on the evolution of the human figure in sculpture. A current from the 1970s to the present day. The selection highlights various key problems in the approach to representation. Figurative realism to highlight how the vision of our body has constantly evolved.
La Boverie – Parc de la Boverie, 4020 Liège, Belgique
Van Doren Waxter Gallery – Until Jan 17, 2020 New-York (USA)
Van Doren Waxter is pleased to announce Katsura Funakoshi. A tower in the night forest. Recent works 2011-2019. An exhibition of five sculptures carved by hand. Drawings made by the famous Japanese sculptor at 23 East 73rd Street. From November 14, 2019 to January 17, 2020. Funakoshi is admired for his fantastic figures. Distorted and contemplative. Especially in Japan, where the artist occupies a prominent place among the sculptors.
Van Doren Waxter Gallery – 23 E 73rd St, New York, NY 10021, USA
Opera Gallery – Until Oct 25 to 15 Nov, 2019 London (England)
In October, Opera Gallery London. Proud and excited to present the first solo show. From Manolo Valdés in the Mayfair district.
Internationally renowned as a painter and sculptor. Manolo Valdés, born in 1942 in Valencia, Spain. Is a pioneering and adventurous explorer of the picture. As well as form and materials. Recognized as one of the most established Spanish artists. Valdes is known not only for his extraordinary vision and creativity. But also for his skillful technical ability. He expresses his thoughts and feelings. Through active engagement with a multitude of materials.
Opera Gallery – 134 New Bond St, Mayfair, London W1S 2TF, England
Sculpture by the Sea, 2019
Coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama – Oct 24 to Nov 10, 2019 Sydney (Australia)
For 23 years now. Sculpture by the Sea is one of Sydney’s major art events. More than 500,000 people participated in the 2 km coastal walk. From Bondi to Tamarama. You can admire sculptures of great artists (Mu Boyan). So, only new Australian and foreign talent (The Glue Siciety).
Each year, the program features many local heroes. There is a large contingent of regular participants. With the price of $ 70,000. But the most captivating works can come from the less known artists. all it takes is a good idea.
Website : https://sculpturebythesea.com
ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN Gallery – Aug 30 to Oct 04, 2019 Prague (Czechoslovakia)
Zhanna Kadyrova and the exhibition on the relationship between architecture and mosaic. In Ukraine and other countries. Monumental mosaic panels. Often decorated the “gray cubes” in concrete of socialist housing projects. Institutions and factories built between the 1960s and 1980s. Today, this architecture is in decline or in transition. The buildings are often abandoned. Caught between life and death, because of their poor initial quality. among other reasons.
Zahorian & Van Espen Gallery – Blanická 845/9 – 120 00 Vinohrady – Praha 2 (czechoslovakia)
Sayaka Kajita Ganz
Stamford Museum & Nature Center – Until Sept 02, 2019 Connecticut (USA)
Sayaka Ganz utilizes reclaimed plastic household objects. Like brush strokes which appear visibly unified. At a distance though separate at close proximity. She describes her style as “3-D impressionism”. Ganz’s aim is to impart new life. To the items by transforming them into wildlife forms in full motion. Including horses. Birds. Swimming polar bears, and “Uta” a humpbacked whale.
Stamford Museum & Nature Center – 39 Scofieldtown Rd, Stamford, CT 06903, USA
Thinkspace Gallery – August 03 to 24, 2019 Culver City, California (USA)
Los Angeles-based artist Matthew Grabelsky. Combines a hyperrealistic painting technique. With a surreal penchant for unlikely juxtapositions. Raised in New York City. Grabelsky uses its subway’s underground world. As the setting for his unlikely pairings.
Thinkspace Gallery – 6009 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232, États-Unis
HA CHONG HYUN
KUKJE GALLERY – Until July 28, 2019 Busan (South Korea)
Ha Chong-Hyun is a Korean artist. He is known for his innovative approach to painting. Also, for being an influential member of the Korean abstract painting style. Known as Dansaekhwa. Roughly translated as “monochrome painting”. Dansaekhwa refers to the work of a group of poorly affiliated Korean artists. Among them Lee Ufan, Park Seo-Bo and Yun Hyong-keun. Who have in the 1970s. Developed an aesthetic that emphasizes the process. Tactility and surface.
KUKJE GALLERY – 20 Gurak-ro 123(baegisipsam)beon – Mangmi 2(i)-dong, Suyeong-gu, Busan, South Korea
Fernán Gómez. Centro Cultural de la Villa – Until 01 Sept 2019, Madrid (Spain)
The international festival for photography and visual arts PHotoESPAÑA. Has earned its place as Spain’s biggest event in the world of photography. PHotoESPAÑA 2019 presents 85 exhibitions with works by 296 artists. And a programme of activities that take place in close to 80 venues. It’s a complete immersion in the best of the the world of photography. From the latest trends and experiments to projects by such renowned artists as : Elina Brotherus. Javier Vallhonrat. Robert Mapplethorpe. Delio Jasse. Darío Villalba. Berenice Abbott. William Klein and Rogelio López Cuenca.
Fernán Gómez. Centro Cultural de la Villa – 4, Plaza de Colón, 28001 Madrid, Spain
Frieze Sculpture 2019
Regent’s Park – Until Oct 06, 2019, London (England)
Every year. Frieze Sculpture transforms the English gardens of Regent’s Park into an open-air art park. It’s a great way to combine the best of the sun. And to see the creations of an excellent group of international artists. Lars Firsk. Tom Sachs. Zak Ové. Tracey Emin.
Frieze Sculpture 2019 – Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, England
Metro Pictures Gallery – Until May 31, New-York (USA)
Robert Longo’s Amerika marks the beginning of a two-part exhibition. By the artist and is a continuation of his Destroyer Cycle series. An investigation into the politics of power. Futility, and aggression. Longo will open the second part of the exhibition. Fugitive Images, in November at Metro Pictures.
Amerika consists of three large-scale works. That reflect the fraught events dominating the current U.S. News cycle. Entering the gallery, the viewer. Is confronted by Longo’s Death Star 2018. A monumental sculpture. That responds to the exponential proliferation. Of mass shootings in the United States.
Metro Pictures – 519 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011, USA
Solo, under the roofs – Until April 28, 2019 Paris (France)
“Solo, under the roofs”. You open the doors of the exhibition “Around women”. Impressionist painter Josseline Erner visiting Paris.
It is on the 6th floor left (elevator until the 5th) of 25 BL Magenta. That Josseline Erner took possession of the premises. Solo under the roofs. A revisited loft in which mixes Painting and Sculpture. Thus, the drawings and paintings of the artist dress the space of this atypical loft in the heart of Paris.
Solo sous les Toits – 25 Bl de magenta, 6th (elevator until the 5th) Paris (France)
Website : http://www.erner.fr/
Maison Européen de la Photographie – Until May 26, 2019 Paris (France)
With nearly 150 works. The exhibition is built as an immersive journey into the artist’s universe. The route is punctuated by several series of the artist. Most often mixing photography with text. One is composed of landscapes of the American West. Representing abandoned infrastructures. Another reveals the critical view that the artist bears. On the consumer society and translates a true filiation with Pop Art.
Maison Européen de la Photographie – 5/7 Rue de Fourcy, 75004 Paris (France)
Gallery Laurent Godin – Until Mars 23, 2019 Paris (France)
The exhibition “An image” at the Laurent Godin gallery in Paris. Gathers sculptures. Installations and videos in an immersive device designed by Vincent Olinet. With central themes the flow of time and the relationship to space. The ensemble is part of the continuity of the still lifes of the Flemish masters of the 17th century.
Gallery Laurent Godin – 36 Bis Rue Eugène Oudiné, 75013 Paris (France)
White Cube Bemondsey- Until April 07, 2019 London (England)
You are inches from Tracey Emin’s face. You’re right there on the pillow next to her. Watching her desperately wait for sleep to finally come. Emin suffers from insomnia. And takes selfies as she helplessly wrestles with it. She’s printed them two metres high. And pasted them across the walls here. On the one hand, they’re terrifying. Ridiculous, even a little stupid. But on the other, they’re… really good. They tower over you. Suffocating you in their bleary, angry, frustrated misery. It feels like she’s collapsing with exhaustion around you. It just hits you so hard.
White Cube Bermondsey – 144-152 Bermondsey St London SE1 3TQ
Asya Geisberg Gallery – Until March 30, 2019 New York
The wages of masculinity (or perhaps, hyper-masculinity) is the topic of this Icelandic artist’s ceramic. Sculptures and paintings. Which tend towards a muted palette meant to recall the stark landscape of his country. His latest canvases feature a sort of protagonist in the form a dog smoking a cigarette. Who is portrayed in varying degrees of compositional devolution.
Asya Geisberg Gallery – 537 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011, USA
Ansac Memorial – Until Feb 17, 2019 Sydney (Australia)
This exhibition at the ANZAC Memorial commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Sydney’s ANZAC Memorial has just relaunched after a million-dollar revamp. And is kicking off its new era with this exhibition of 12 Australian artists. Who all recently visited the World War I battlefields of the western front. They’ve all created new works in response to their experiences. On the site and their own personal histories. The artists are: Deidre Bean. Harrie Fisher. Paul Ferman. Michelle Hiscock. Ross Laurie. Steve Lopes. Euan MacLeod. Ian Marr. Idris Murphy. Amanda Penrose Hart. Luke Sciberras and Wendy Sharpe.
The exhibition, which commemorates the 100th anniversary of the ceasefire on the western front, was curated by Brad Manera.
Ansac Memorial – Liverpool Street, Hyde Park South, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Gladstone Gallery – Until March 23, 2019 New-York
Cheng has made a rep for himself by creating “live simulations”. Imagineered with the help of a video game engine. In them, behavioral scenarios involving figures interacting. Within fantastical landscapes are programmed to play out or mutate on their own. For his debut at Gladstone Gallery. Cheng delves into artificial intelligence with BOB (Bag of Beliefs). An AI taking form as a “chimeric branching serpent”. With its own mind. Body and personality. Enabling it to autonomously interact and respond to viewers.
Gladstone Gallery – 530 W 21st St New York 10011
Collection Rhoda Kellogg
White Columns Gallery – Jan 17 / March9, 2019 New-York
A clinical psychiatrist specializing in child psychology. Kellogg (1898–1987) pioneered the use of children’s art as a tool for studying childhood development. She also made her own work. A selection of which is presented here in a show curated by Brian Belott, an artist known for his own kiddie art aesthetic.
White Columns – 91 Horatio St Enter on Horatio St New York 10014
Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art – Until Fev 03, 2019 London (England)
Kris Lemsalu has converted this gallery into a little shop of psychedelic horrors. It’s filled with bodies caught in the middle of mutating. Metamorphosing and transmogrifiying into bizarre. Twisted new shapes.
The Estonian artist combines glistening ceramics. And intricate fabrics into shocking tableaux. The first installation here features. A wall of arms and hands, surrounded by climbing grips. It’s like a bouldering centre run by an eccentric artist. The work implies that a degree of physical effort. The climbing – can lead to a new version of you.
Goldsmiths CCA – St James’s, London SE14 6AD, England
Spencer Tunick (performance)
Neimeyer Center – Until Jan 07, 2019 Avilés (Spain)
Nudes It is the first retrospective of American photographer Spencer Tunick in Spain of. Tunick has been documenting the nude in public. With photography and video, since 1992. Since 1994 he has organized more than 95 temporary installations related to a specific place. And covering dozens, hundreds or thousands of volunteers. Your photographs are records of these events. Individuals en masse. Without clothing, grouped, are transformed into a new form. The bodies extend into and over the landscape as a substance. Tunick poses scenes in which the battle of nature against culture. Develops with several backdrops. From a civic center to a sandstorm in the desert. Man and woman return to a state of pre-industrial existence.
These group masses, which do not underline sexuality. Become abstractions that challenge or reconfigure the points of view of nudity and privacy. His work also refers to the complex issue of presenting art. In permanent or temporary public spaces.
Neimeyer Center – Av. del Zinc, s/n, 33490 Avilés, Asturias, Spain
Greenwich House – Jan 18 / Feb 08, 2019 New York
The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present new work by Lindsay Pichaske. Pichaske is known for creating sculptures of animals. That blur the line between the real and the fantastic. The animal and the human. Made out of clay and covered with a “skin” of surprising materials like string. Sticks, nails. Sequins or feathers. Pichaske’s creations ask viewers to reconsider their preconceptions around empathy and sentiency.
Greenwich House – 16 Jones Street New York, NY 10014 (USA)
International Collective Sculpture Show
3 Punts Gallery – Until Feb 09, 2019 Barcelona (Spain)
You can see the works. Surround them, smell them. Get close to see the details. You can find the artistic and technical virtuosity. The defects of execution. You can discuss with your neighbour the immorality of the works. The nakedness of a body. The numbing simplicity of a piece or the gratuity of an element. You can recognize the exhibited artists. Talk about the famous pieces and the new ones. You can mention anything you want on the social network. You can photograph, record, draw on paper a sketch of the works on display.
3 Punts Galeria – Carrer d’Enric Granados, 21, 08007 Barcelona, (Spain)
Yellow Korner Gallery – Until Dec 23, 2018 Hong Kong (China)
Having spent the past three years exploring. And hitting the streets of the city. Locally-based photographer Chak Kit has managed. To capture minimalist yet captivating images of Hong Kong. Differentiating from typical Hong Kong photos is Chak’s ability. To move past the usual crowded and dense architecture. And present visual stories through colours, lines, grids and patterns.
Yellow Korner Gallery – 58 Hollywood Rd & PMQ S101 Hong Kong
Cleraring Gallery – Dec 22, 2018 New-York (USA)
POSTPARTUM is an exhibition of 7 new paintings by Aaron Garber-Maikovska. Despite their explosive color. The genesis of these paintings was a gradual process for Garber-Maikovska. And something of a radical departure for how the artist approaches the medium.
Begun in 2017, they were developed in stages. As the artist and his partner were expecting their second child. And completed shortly before the artist’s recent exhibition at High Art in Paris. This past September. As happened, the baby arrived the same week. Of the opening and Garber-Maikovska. flew home to assist his wife during the child’s delivery. Missing the opening reception in the process.
Cleraring New-York – 396 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206, USA
Marc Straus Gallery – Until Dec 16, 2018 New-York (USA)
Pondick’s new works feature semi-transparent clear blocks encasing. Her head rendered in brilliant contrasting color. The heads appear in various orientations. Sometimes even floating partway out of their evanescent domain.
The blocks have subtle contours. And worked edges, paying fealty to the sculptor’s hand. They are made from resin, acrylic and an epoxy modeling compound. New materials for Pondick. Who experimented endlessly to achieve a harmony of form, color. And emotional depth. One indelible quality of the new work is the use of sonorous color. Each work features a dominant hue and no more than four different colors. For which the work is titled. These are intimate and yet powerful works that shift with our positioning.
Marc Straus Gallery – 299 Grand St, New York, NY 10002, USA
La casa incendida – Until Jan05, 2019 Madrid (Spain)
Jeanne Tripier (Paris, 1869 – Neuilly-sur-Marne, 1944). Remains relatively unknown in Spain, But her artwork is undeniably fascinating. Full of lyricism, her work was created during the decade. She spent in an asylum in Neuilly-sur-Marne. Where she died. The artist’s self-taught nature.
The link between her visual works and embroideries. And her mental illness, her psychopathic-megalomaniacal outbursts. And the connection with her matter-rich manifestations. Or reincarnation as other individuals – such as Joan of Arc – in her personal battle. As an interplanetary vigilante all contrive to make her a truly fascinating character.
La casa incendida – Ronda de Valencia, 2, 28012 Madrid, (Spain)
JD Malat Gallery – Nov16/Dec15, 2018 London (UK)
JD Malat Gallery is a gallery specialised in contemporary art. The gallery represents a broad spectrum of artists from international backgrounds and schools. Occasional secondary market masterpieces are exposed and acquired. The gallery offers advisory services. Also and collection creation based on the gallery’s wide-ranging portfolio. The programme consists of an array of exciting artists supported by year. Round exhibitions and contemporary art fairs.
JD Malat Gallery – 30 Davies St, Mayfair, London W1K 4NB, Royaume-Uni
Anna Condo – Reflections
Galerie Joseph – Until Nov 04, 2018, Paris (France)
Anna is a French director and photographer, born in Armenia, living in New York. She began an acting career, then in 1988 turned to photography. In 1989. Anna moved to the United States and worked on many projects.
She started writing and making movies. During this period, Anna continued to take photographs and collaborated with many artists. In 1998, she published her first book “AH Allen,” a powerful tribute to her friend the poet Allen Ginsberg. Since 2013, Anna has been focusing on flower photography. Is it a snub to this society that is constantly reinventing the rules? Or simply the observation that the real is elsewhere? Some view the flower as naive. Anna’s works prove the opposite.
These images that can be compared to portraits, impose respect. Indeed here the flower is no longer fragile. She is strong, sometimes arrogant. She symbolizes this nature that only bends to the elements. A real break in the world in which we live in. The flower is a lady first and foremost. A feminist before its time. A broth of culture, stories, and emotions. P. Achdjian (“The storm revives flowers” C.Baudelaire).
Galerie Joseph – 123 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris, (France)
PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince
Pioneer Works Center – Until Nov 11, 2018 NY (USA)
This selection of 25 artists working in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. Is an eye-opening look at the creative vitality of a city that’s often dismissed as an economic basket case. Despite very real challenges like Haiti’s huge disparity between rich and poor. The contributors here have developed flourishing artistic practices that include sequined Vodou flags. Stone and wood carvings, and found object assemblages. That reflect the country’s dynamically mixed cultural heritage.
Pioneer Works Center – 159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA
Acquavella Galleries – Oct 25 / Dec 7, 2018 NY (USA)
This major loan exhibition collects paintings from Rosenquist’s ‘60s heyday. The same period in which he created his unalloyed masterpiece, F-111. Like that piece, the works here offer hallucinogenic meditations on America. At the zenith of its mid-century prosperity. Both critical and celebratory. These compositions reflect on a culture defined. By a voracious appetite for mass consumption stimulated by advertising image.
Acquavella Galleries – 18 E 79th St, New York, NY 10075, USA
El pintor de canciones – música popular en España (1948-1978)
Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural – Until Nov 11, 2018 Madrid (Spain)
Behind the deafening but refreshing water cascade in Plaza Colón. Below the Columbus monument, is the city council’s only purpose-built cultural centre. On offer is a mixed bag of theatre. Puppets, opera and zarzuelas in the summer. As well as art exhibitions, usually featuring important Hispanic artists.
Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural – Jardines del Descubrimiento. Plaza de Colón, 4 Madrid 28001 Spain
Nine stunning Hong Kong street
Bamboo Scenes & Blue Lotus Gallery – Permanent collection Oct 2018, Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a photographer’s dream. For neophytes and veterans alike. With its combination of the old and new. Where nature is within walking distance of the city streets. So it’s only understandable that our hometown is continually captured in the form of jaw-dropping images. Here are nine of our favourites. Which enthusiasts can also take home in the shape. Of a print from Bamboo Scenes Gallery and Blue Lotus Gallery. Two of Hong Kong’s best art galleries for photography that you shouldn’t miss.
Sculpture by the Sea
Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach – Until Nov 04, 2018 Bondi (Australia)
More than 100 sculptures from Australia and abroad transform the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk into a temporary sculpture park
Now in its 22nd year. Sculpture by the Sea is one of Sydney’s key annual arts events. Drawing more than 500,000 to the 2km coastal. Walk from Bondi to Tamarama to enjoy site-specific sculptures by top artists. And emerging talents from Australia and abroad.
This year will include a work from inflatable sculpture masters. Maurice Goldberg and Matthew Aberline. And a surprisingly political work from Daniel Clemmett. Commenting on America’s gun culture using recycled steel car bonnets. Matthew Gill is taking a more introspective approach. With a large androgynous head sculpture depicting anxiety and depression.
Bureau Gallery – Until Oct 21, 2018 New York (USA)
As part of an exchange with Berlin’s Tanya Leighton Gallery. Bureau hosts Jonas Lipps. A German artist who works in watercolor, casein. Collage and colored pencil on found scraps paper or cardboard. His imagery seems just as throwaway. With jumbles of color blocks and surreal scatterings of cartoonish. Or naive imagery—which. According to the gallery, deal with “social order. Shopping centers. Transportation networks. Nation states. Jails and schools”. The last seems especially relevant. Given that Lipps’s style resembles a grade-schooler’s. A closer look, however. Reveals numerous stylistic name-checks. Including nods to James Ensor. George Grosz. Sigmar Polke and Martin Kippenberg.
Bureau Gallery – 178 Norfolk St New York 10002 (USA)
Casey Kaplan gallery – Until Oct 20, 2018 New York (US)
Eisler employs a soft-focus style of photorealism that recalls the work of Gerhard Richter. Several paintings of candles here even seem to pay homage to the German artist’s treatment of the same subject. But as the show title explains. Eisler canvases play “riffs” on filmmaker Derek Jarman’s 1986 biopic of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, the obstreperous 16th-century Mannerist who. When he wasn’t brawling, was busy re-inventing painting. Eisler bases her canvases on stills from the movie. Isolating particular details in close ups that square a peculiar circle. In which an artist makes paintings about a film about an artist who paints.
Casey Kaplan Gallery – 121 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001, US
Ora-Ora gallery – Until Oct 13, 2018 Hong Kong (China)
Galerie Ora-Ora presents a group exhibition that raises the question. “What is black?” Showcasing works by seven local and international artists. Including Patrick Nilsson. Carla Chan and Cindy Ng Sio-leng. The show take audiences through a dynamic. And nuanced journey with the colour black. Frequently being dismissed by our eyes because of its ubiquity. Black shines brightly more than other colours as the ancient Chinese “xuan”. Colour expressed by the mastery of the 5 gradations of ink.
Ora-Ora Gallery – Unit 1702, 17/F, H Queen’s, 80, Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Matthew Marks Gallery – Until Oct 27, 2018 (New York)
Suellen Rocca is one of the original members of the Hairy Who. A group of six visionary artists who first exhibited together in Chicago in 1966. Early in her career Rocca developed a unique vocabulary of symbols. Wedding rings, purses, and palm trees — inspired by advertising imagery. In her paintings and drawings she often arranged these images in repetitive patterns. Creating compositions that have been likened to modern hieroglyphs. When asked about the source of her imagery. Rocca has cited “the cultural icons of beauty. And romance expressed by the media that promised happiness to young women of that generation.” Since 1980 her work has increasingly combined this iconography with allusions to the body. Animals, and plant life.
Matthew Marks Gallery – 523 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011, US
Clearing Gallery – Sept 13/Nov 04, 2018 New-York (US)
Say this for Black’s colorful abstractions. They are visually punchy affairs. Their all-over skeins of curvilinear shapes. And figurative fragments evoke a fizzy mix of Jazz Age. And mid-century modernism that swings somewhere between WPA mural and Mad Menoffice art.
Clearing Gallery – 396 Johnson Ave Brooklyn 11206, NY
Parasol Unit Foundation – Sept 19 / Dec 09, 2018 London (England)
Latex casts. Drag your mind out the gutter and discover the slippery. Translucent artworks of Heidi Bucher. The Swiss artists made a career from creating latex imprints of houses. Clothing, bodies… lots of things. Really. The ‘Häutungen’ (or ‘skinnings’). Hang down like great rubbery ghosts or sliding memories turned into sculptures.
Parasol Unit Foundation – 14 Wharf Rd, Hoxton, London N1 7RW, England
Marlborough Contemporary – Sept 13 / Oct 09, 2018 New York (USA)
The Directors of Marlborough Gallery. Are pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings
by the renowned Spanish artist Juan Genovés. The exhibition will begin on September 13th and remain on view through October 9th, 2018.
Genovés creates his distinctive figures from thickly applied acrylic paint that protrudes from the surfaces. The lines that reinforce the picture plane can be read as breaks in the image. Or as topographies encouraging the directional movement of the crowd. The cast shadow is an important element. With each figure being anchored by its unique shadow. In addition, beads and other small objects found by the artist are attached to the figures on the canvas. And contribute to the individuality and character of each.
Marlborough Contemporary – 545 W 25th St New York
Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Chisenhale Gallery – 21 Sept 21 / 9 Dec 09, 2018 London (England)
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s conceptual. Politically focused work has been gaining momentum for some time. Hamdan, who makes his work between Beirut and Berlin tackles a range of issues. Usually through installation. This show is attempting to break down. How we get to the truth when overloaded with information and news via the internet.
Chisenhale Gallery – 64 Chisenhale Road – London
Nathaniel Mary Quinn
Salon 94 gallery – Sept 07/27 Oct, 2018 New-York (USA)
Quinn’s portraits of his neighbors in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Resemble a combination of collage, Francis Bacon and scrambled identikit police sketchs. Facial features are fractured and mismatched. As if cobbled together from different people. But Quinn’s subjects are singular. Drawn from memory in a way that reflects upon its ever-shifting hold on the past.
Salon 94 – 243 Bowery New York 10002
Colony: Frontier Wars
NGV Australia – Until Sept 02, 2018 Melbourne (Australia)
It’s frequently said that Australians don’t know or care much about their own history. And have little understanding of what occurred during colonisation. But the artists who were creating work on both sides of the black-white divide captured extraordinary landscapes. Scenes of colonial developments and scenes of conflict that offer a colourful glimpse into our frequently dark past. These dual exhibitions show the collision of western and Indigenous art. And trace how an Australian artistic expression came to be.
The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia – Federation Square, Flinders St & Russell Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australie
Marvin Gardens Gallery – Until Aug 26, 2018 New York
This Tucson native’s funky cartoonish. Figure paintings are consistent with a widespread trend among millennial artists who raid outsider art. Along with the more obscure reaches of pop culture. For their work. What sets DeDecker apart. However, are thickly built up surfaces collaged. With an all-over debris field that comprises slats from discarded venetian blinds. Plastic toys, crushed soda cans and presumably anything. Else he can get his hands on. The images limned over this mess include. Characters who appear to be cavorting with joy. Though you get the nagging sensation that their exuberance may be irrational if not delusional.
Marvin Gardens Gallery – 1532 Decatur St Ridgewood, Queens New York
Kenji Taki Gallery – Until Sep 15, 2018 Tokyo (Japan)
Born Osaka, Japan 1972. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Over the course of the past three decades, Chiharu Shiota has built a stellar international career, exhibiting widely in major museums across Europe, Asia and Australia.
Chiharu Shiota is best known for intricate. And large-scale installations that explore complex relationships between body and mind. She maps elusive sensations of emotion and memory by weaving tangible objects – clothing. Musical instruments. Furniture. Letters, and even an incinerated piano – into extensive. Tangled webs created with hundreds of metres of delicate thread. By capturing objects in this way. The artist creates atmospheric. Otherworldly environments that inspire reflection on things past and meditation on future dreams.
Shiota has studied in several countries including at Canberra School of Art. Australian National University in 1994. Kyoto Seika University, Japan in 1996. Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany in 1999 and at Universität der Künste, Berlin in 2003.
Kenji Taki Gallery – 3 Chome-18-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0023, Japon
Simon Gallery – Until Aug 30, 2018 London
As part of its Viewing Room programme. Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present Wormhole a solo exhibition by New York-based artist Leelee Kimmel. Her first in the UK. In her latest work, Kimmel presents a series of large-scale abstract paintings that are confrontational in both colour and dimension, exploring themes of creation and destruction. The immersive element of her work is further developed through sculptural pieces. And a five-minute Virtual Reality work that invites total submergence. Into the deep space of Kimmel’s creative world.
The large-format paintings feature graphic shapes. Clustered in thick multilayered pools of bright acrylic paint. Which weave across fields of solid white or black. The paintings are imbued with a restless energy. And freedom that is intrinsically linked with how the artist creates her works. The resulting compositions deliberately move in and out of representation. Sensuous and strict. Gloss and matte. Tangled and full. The complex patch-work of imagery. Consisting of crosshatch and opposing vector-like lines. And patterns as well as interrupting biomorphic forms. Has an otherworldly quality. Forceful and nervous lines are reminiscent of artists such as Basquiat and Twombly. While the uncanny worlds and dreamlike atmospheres created by the artist emerge into a sort of mutant realism.
Simon Lee gallery – 12 Berkeley St, Mayfair, London W1J 8DT, Royaume-Uni
Pioneer Works Center – Until Aug 26, 2018 Brooklyn (USA)
Queer identity is given a formalist gloss in these photos featuring figures. cCad Spiderman-like in full-body stockings representing hues on the color spectrum. In an homage to Ellsworth’s Kelly painting series on the same subject.
Matthew Morrocco (b. 1989, Providence, RI) received a BA in Critical Theory and Photography from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study in 2012. And an MFA in Visual Art from Columbia University in 2015. His work has received grant support from the New York Foundation of the Arts. A blade of grass, NYU, and Columbia University. Recent exhibitions include Medium of Desire at the Leslie Lohman Museum and Complicit at NYU’s Gallatin Gallery. His book, Complicit, will be published in September 2018 with Matte Editions.
Pioneer Works Center – 159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, États-Unis
Karma Gallery – 23 Sep, 2018, New-York (USA)
It’s been 66 years since Gertrude Abercrombie (1909–1977) last exhibited in NYC. So it’s been awhile since New Yorkers. Have been able to acquaint themselves with the work of this midcentury Surrealist painter. Who was born in Texas.. And spent most of her life living in Chicago’s Hyde Park. Modest in scale. Abercrombie’s compositions. Typically done in oils on masonite. Feature cryptic landscapes and interiors. That serve as backdrops for the artist’s personal iconography of doors. Cats. Owls and ladders. Which she often combines with her own self making mysterious appearances. Fraught with psychological drama.
Karma Gallery – 188 E 2nd St, New York, NY 10009, États-Unis
Axel Vervoordt Gallery – Until Sep 01, 2018 (Hong Kong)
An exhibition by Italian artist Marco Tirelli, featuring medium and small size paintings specifically created for the show.
Tirelli’s artistic philosophy consists in geometrical figures. Rectangular and square structures delicately suspended. In a tension between light and darkness. His enigmatic forms reflect. A number of Tirelli’s enduring preoccupations with time. Space and what lies beyond.
With their different architectural features and arresting contrasts of lights and shadows. Nuances of modern- sfumato. Tthe works evoke a fluctuation between appearance. And disappearance which epitomize the artist’s vision – a search for the mystery of the visible and its concomitant inner reflection. And his aspiration to elicit active sensorial and mental participation from the viewer. “I’m fascinated by surfaces and what is on the other side of them.“ says the artist.
http://www.axel-vervoordt.com/en/home – 30 Queen’s Road Central, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Anton Kern Gallery – Until Aug 31, 2018
Organized by L.A. curator Ali Subotnick. “The Party” takes its name from 1968 comedy that starred comic genius Peter Sellars. As a bumbling (what other type of Sellars character is there?). Indian actor, wrecking havoc at a lavish Hollywood party in an equally outlandish house. Despite the fact that Sellars played the role in brown face (a definite no-no today). The movie is considered a cult classic, mainly because of its experimental, improvisational style.
*Subotnick asked some of the artists to create works that took cues from the film. Maurizio Cattelan, for example. Also, contributes a live parrot making noises in the gallery. An idea that seems inspired by a moment when Sellars’s character makes an abortive attempt to feed the host’s macaw. Which literally sits in a giant gilded cage. While it’s hard to judge whether. Hence, the show matches the subversive humor of Blake’s mid-century masterpiece. Finally, he 15 artists here (who, beside Cattelan. Also includes Martin Creed and Sean Landers) certainly give it a shot.
Anton Kern Gallery – 16 E 55th St, New York, NY 10022, (US)
NOT AN OSTRICH: AND OTHER IMAGES FROM AMERICA’S LIBRARY
Annenberg Space for Photography – Until Sep09, 2018 Los Angeles
Specializing in photography, this privately funded space takes an innovative approach to displaying its digital and print works. More than just images on a wall, exhibits at the Annenberg often incorporate videos and/or music, creating a more dynamic experience for the visitor. The free admission and $1 parking help attract a younger crowd to the otherwise more corporate neighborhood. Bring a date on a Saturday evening and spend 30 minutes wandering through the gallery before catching a movie across the street at the Century City AMC. During the summer, Saturday evening concerts in partnership with KCRW turn the space into a vibrant hot spot.
Annenberg Space for Photography – 2000 Avenue of the Stars Los Angeles 90067
Ronnie van Hout
Buxton Contemporary – Until October23, 2018 Melbourn (Australia)
Ronnie van Hout has been creating aliens, robots and lonely figures for more than 30 years, confounding and thrilling art fans in equal measure with his uniquely funny brand of existential absurdism. He’s best known for creating sculptures that depict himself as a childlike figure, but has created work across video, photography, installation, sculpture and text.
This exhibition marks Buxton Contemporary’s first survey of an artist’s work since it opened earlier this year. There’ll be more than 20 of Van Hout’s works on display, drawn from both private collections and major public institutions. The works take inspiration from sci-fi, cults, classic cinema and even art history. The exhibition also features two brand new works.
Buxton Contemporary – Dodds St &, Southbank Blvd, Southbank VIC 3006, Australie
Gallery Perrotin New-York JUNE 28/ AUGUST 17, 2018
This show represents the NYC gallery debut of the French street artist. Known for pasting giant posters of faces or facial features on buildings around the world. The 2011 TED Prize winner presents versions of his work reworked for a gallery setting.
Website : https://www.jr-art.net/
Conceptual Art And Photography (1960 – 1980)
Gallery Richard Saltoun – until 25 Aug, 2018 London
Forget how many words a picture is worth; what about how many ideas it’s worth? This neat little show is filled with art where ideas are captured in images. The thing you see isn’t necessarily the work, but a representation of the concept… which is the work. You follow? It’s conceptual art through photography, essentially.
It’s slippery and complicated, sure. But take Dennis Oppenheim’s ‘Reading Position for Second Degree Burn’. The top half of the image features the artist lying on a beach, a book splayed open on his chest. The bottom half is him five hours later, burnt to porcine pink perfection, save for a square of pure white skin where the book had been. It’s not really a photo, it’s an idea.
The same goes for lots of the work here. Like Eleanor Antin’s series of images of black boots in different parts of the USA. The galoshes represent displaced people, a powerful political statement. But what makes this piece work isn’t the images, but the way they were distributed – shared as postcards, becoming a piece of mail art in the process. Again, it’s the idea that wins.
There are clever works here by Marcel Broodthaers and Hans-Peter Feldmann as well. But too much here strays from conceptual art and its relationship to photography into documentation of performance art. It may seem like not much of a distinction, but it makes a difference. One captures an idea, a concept, the other is documentation of something that happened once. There’s nothing terribly wrong with that, but it is a lot less interesting.
Richard Saltoun Gallery – 41 Dover Street London, W1S 4NS United Kingdom
Patrick Willocq (French)
Songs of the Walés
F22 Foto Space – July 11/28, 2018 – Hong Kong (China)
Acclaimed French photographer Patrick Willocq brings to Hong Kong his stunning photos captured in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Willocq’s works are a result of a unique collaboration with the Walé, Congolese pygmy women who are first-time mothers, and transforms and adapts traditional dances and songs during the mother’s seclusion into photographs. Taken from hand-built stages, Willocq’s images are stunning and visceral, reflecting the experiences of these young mothers as closely as possible and to share with the world this symbolic rite of passage.
f22 foto space – 5/F Amber Commercial Building,, 70-74 Morrison Hill Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Sony World Photography Awards 2018
The Willy-Brandt-Haus – 13 July/09sept 2018 Berlin
The best in contemporary photography
Willy-Brandt-Haus – Stresemannstraße 28- 10963Berlin
Space Refugee (2016–18)
The British Interplanetary – 9–15 July 2018 London
Space Refugee is a multi-media installation based on Muhammed Ahmed Faris, the first Syrian cosmonaut to travel to the Mir space station in 1987. The project follows Faris’ journey from popular hero, to supporter of the opposition movement against Assad, to his current life as a refugee in Turkey. Presented in the manner of an old fashioned space museum, this installation combines faux commemorative artefacts and a virtual reality work designed by the artist with elements from the British Interplanetary Society’s own collection.
At the core of the installation is a video in which Faris relates the difficulties of the journey out of Syria, then speaks with fellow refugees about the possibility of returning to their homeland. If that proves impossible, he says, “I hope we can rebuild cities for them in space, where there is freedom and dignity and where there is no tyranny, no injustice.” The video goes on to include interviews with NASA scientists, air and space law specialists, and architects discussing the plausibility of a refugee colony in space.
Halil Altındere (b. 1971, Turkey) has a wide-ranging practice that includes video, sculpture, photography, installation, performance, curating and publishing. He often employs an ironic approach to challenge political, cultural and social systems. In his early works he reversed conceptions of nation-state and authority in Turkey by utilising everyday objects such as identity cards, banknotes, and stamps. His current practice focuses on issues of subcultures, migration, identity, gender and marginalisation.
The British Interplanetary Society : 27-29 S Lambeth Rd, London SW8 1SZ, England
THE SLEEPER AWAKES
White rabbit Gallery – Until August 5, 2018 Sydney (Australia)
There are only nine artists in White Rabbit’s The Sleeper Awakes, which takes over four floors of the Chippendale gallery. But there’s certainly no shortage of showstoppers or big ideas on display from these forward-thinking practitioners.
The exhibition itself is a conversation between China’s present and the future that Mao Zedong and his communist revolutionaries dreamed of 70 years ago. Nowhere is this conversation more apparent than in Feng Mengbo’s ‘Long March—Restart’, an old arcade style video game projected onto the gallery’s walls. Visitors are welcome to play what seems to be just a cute game with a Mario-esque figure as the hero. But the game is actually a reimagining of the Long March, the military retreat that Mao used as a tool of propaganda, making a hero out of Yang Zirong, a Red Army soldier. In this version, the soldier hurls Coke cans (could there be a more potent symbol for capitalism?) at his foes.
One of the strangest works on show is Liu Xiaodong’s ‘Weight of Insomnia’, featuring a painting machine meticulously recreating vision from a live webcam showing footage of Circular Quay and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The robotic brush continues to move throughout night and day creating its own impression of the cityscape.
At the centre of the exhibition is Sun Xun’s ‘The Republic of Jing Bang’, which uses an entire floor of the gallery. He combines painting, woodcuts, traditional Chinese ink and charcoal drawings in this mammoth installation. On the top floor, visitors can also see the Australian premiere of his 3D movie ‘Time Spy’, an animation made with around 10,000 hand-carved wood cuttings.
The other major video work in the exhibition is Xu Bing’s ‘Dragonfly Eyes’, a feature-length film made up from footage from 30,000 webcams all across China. The footage has been cut into a bizarre but totally gripping narrative.
And no White Rabbit exhibition would be complete without an attention-grabbing foyer installation, and Peng Hung-Chih’s ‘The Deluge—Noah’s Ark’ is somewhat of a showstopper. The eight-metre distorted cruiseliner is made up of 6,000 separate 3D-printed pieces.
White Rabbit Gallery – 30 Balfour St, Chippendale NSW 2008, Australie
A Journey That Wasn’t
The Broad – Saturday, July 28, 2018 Los Angeles (US)
Ragnar Kjartansson’s mesmerizing, musical video installation The Visitors returns as part of this free exhibition about the passage of time. The show includes more than 50 works from the likes of Gregory Crewdson, Andreas Gursky, Glenn Ligon and Anselm Kiefer. The exhibition also marks the L.A. debut of works from Sharon Lockhart, Sherrie Levine and Ed Ruscha, whose monumental diptych Azteca/Azteca in Decline will be on display.
Website : The Broad 221 S Grand Ave Los Angeles 90012
CORDEIRO / MALLARY / MOLNÁR
Mayor Gallery – July 27, 2018 London
‘Writing New Codes’ presents three major pioneers of computer art – Waldemar Cordeiro (b. 1925 Rome, Italy – d. 1973 São Paulo, Brazil). Robert Mallary (b. 1917 Toledo, USA – d. 1997 Northampton, USA)
and Vera Molnár (b.1924 Budapest, Hungary) from three different corners of the globe with early computer art from 1969 – 1977. Although each has an original style and distinctive approach. Influenced by aspects of Constructivism, Op Art, Systems Art and Conceptualism and Concrete art. With these works can be seen a similar modernist aesthetic and common interest in exploiting the unique capabilities inherent in the computer. Artists have always been early adopters of new technology. But the complexity and rarity of computers. Meant that any art form based around them was bound to be a particularly specialised branch of modernism.
The Mayor Gallery – 21 Cork Street, First Floor, London W1S 3LZ, Royaume-Uni
Paula Cooper Gallery – Until July 27, 2018 New-york (USA)
Sam Durant is a multimedia artist whose works engage a variety of social. Political, and cultural issues. Often referencing American history, first of all his work explores.The varying relationships between culture and politics. Engaging subjects as diverse as the civil rights movement. Southern rock music, and finally, modernism.
His work has been widely exhibited internationally and in the United States. He has had solo museum exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Dusseldorf. S.M.A.K., Ghent, Belgium and the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Zealand. Also, his work has been included in the Panamá, Sydney. Venice and Whitney Biennales. Durant shows with several galleries including Blum and Poe in Los Angeles. Paula Cooper Gallery in New York, Praz-Delavallade in Paris. And Sadie Coles Gallery in London.
In 2006 as a result, he compiled and edited a comprehensive monograph. Of Black Panther artist Emory Douglas’ work. Also, his recent curatorial credits include. Eat the Market at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Black Panther. The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. And the New Museum in New York. He has co-organized numerous group shows and artists benefits. And is a co-founder of Transforma, a cultural rebuilding collective project that began in New Orleans. He was a finalist for the 2008 Hugo Boss Prize.
Paula Cooper Gallery: 534 WEST 21ST STREET NY, NY 10011 (USA)
Catherine Edelman Gallery – Until, July 7, 2018. Chicago (US)
Worn tools, scribbled equations and disassembled. Clockworks are magnified in Italian photographer Francesco Pergolesi’s latest show. Which depicts the worktables of artists and artisans. “Tableaux” hence, treats the places where creation takes place as a canvas. Exploring the waysalso in which the spaces where we work. Can serve as documents of the transformations. That take place within them.
Catherine Edelman Gallery – 300 W Superior St – Chicago
World Press Photo 18
Cultural Center Willy-Brandt-Haus 08 June/01 July 2018 Berlin (Germany)
Events Happening the annual World Press Photo Award.
The jury selected around 73,000 photos from 4500 photographers. First of all, the winning photos will be shown in an exhibition in over 45 countries. The exhibition World Press Photo was compiled from the winning photos. Of the various categories and will be on view for the 15th time. In the Willy-Brandt-Haus in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
About the World Press Photo Foundation
Since 1955, hence the mission of the World Press Photo Foundation has been. “to maintain high professional standards in photojournalism and to advocate a free.
Parallel photo Events Happening on Nelson Mandela
Parallel to the exhibition of the winners of World Press Photo 18. The pictures of the photographers Louise Gubb and Jürgen Schadeberg. Will also be shown on the occasion of Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday. From 8 June to 9 Sep 2018. Schadeberg accompanied Mandela in the 1950s and 1960s. Finally, Gubb documented his career as a politician in the 1990s.
Cultural Center – Stresemannstraße 28-10963 Berlin
RICHARD PRINCE: EARLY JOKE PAINTINGS
Skarstedt Gallery – June 26 /August 3, 2018 New York (Us)
Richard Prince was born in Panama in 1949. First of al he began consolidating. His style during the early 1970s. When he began working with photos and found advertising images. He became known for these works. In which re-photographed and cropped advertisements are displayed. On their own or in groups to emphasize the subtle. Yet powerful impact of mass media images in shaping contemporary consumer culture. As a result, Prince continued to use appropriated imagery, particularly humorous cartoons. Also, and mismatched jokes, that he copied onto large.
These works evolved to eventually include mostly text based elements manipulated in a painterly manner. Also, within them, medium and text overlap in playful ways. Demonstrating the subjective nature of meaning and reflecting Prince’s preoccupation. With notions of contemporary culture. Also, Prince is also well known for his sculptural work as well as his famous Nurse Paintings. Which take figures from medical romance novels and transform them into striking. Mysterious and sometimes gruesome characters. Finally, Recent works are also painterly in nature and include abstract figuration elements. Highly influenced by the works of Willem de Kooning.
Skarstedt Gallery – 20 East 79th Street New York 10075
TRIBUTE TO ALAN VEGA
Galerie Laurent Godin – Saturday 23 June 2018 – Paris (France)
Born on June 23, 1938 in Brooklyn, Alan Vega would have turned 80 this year.
Also, half of the legendary electronic group and protopunk “Suicide”. Songwriter but also a visual artist, Alan Vega was one of the iconic figures of the punk rock scene and international art of the 70s to 2000.
On the occasion of its birthday posthumous, Saturday, June 23, on an idea of Liz Lamere (woman of Alan Vega) produced by Alain Lahana (production The Rat of Cities). And under the artistic direction of Marc Hurtado. This new place pays homage to this mythical figure of the underground scene. Through an evening dedicated to his subversive work and his disruptive creative world.
This evening will be like Alan Vega and his artistic legacy.
On the program: screenings, an exhibition, a series of concerts and a signature.
This evening will coincide also, with an Events Happening, “Double Life” at Galerie Laurent Godin.
The opportunity for all to rediscover this artist. The power of his work and the scope of his artistic heritage.
Events : Openig Friday 22 june / 6.30 PM
Galerie Laurent Godin – 36 bis Rue Eugene Oudiné 75013 Paris, France
Giulia Dall’Olio, Suspension
MASSEY KLEIN GALLERY (New York) Jun 15th /Jul 15th –
Massey Klein is pleased to present Suspension, a solo Events Happening. Of oil paintings and charcoal works on paper by Giulia Dall’Olio. Also. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York. Please join us on Friday, June 15th from 6-8pm for the opening reception.
MASSEY KLEIN GALLERY – New York, 124 Forsyth Street
Exposition – Exhibition (Belgium)
Events Happening :The Ring of the First Art by Jean-Jacques Oppringils
Detail : Events Happening
– Also, on-site visit : 40 artworks from Jean-Jacques Oppringils. (size : 180 cm by 120 cm). Spread over a 250-meter walk. Complemented by 11 lecterns displaying the story. “The Echo of the First Art” based on the artworks and written by Lucie Delvigne
– On the Internet : pictures of the exhibition and a video of all artworks with a narration of the story by the comedian Marie-Cécile Gueguen (subtitles in English and other languages are available).
From April 30 to September 30, 2018 from 9 AM to 8 PM.
From October 1st to October 30, 2018 from 9 AM to 6 PM
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