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'Collection on Display: Pipilotti Rist – Show a Leg (Raus aus den Federn)' opens today at Migros ...
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'Collection on Display: Pipilotti Rist – Show a Leg (Raus aus den Federn)' opens today at Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst (@migrosmuseum), Zurich, Switzerland. – A pioneer of video installation art, Pipilotti Rist has been a central figure within the international art scene since ... 'Collection on Display: Pipilotti Rist – Show a Leg (Raus aus den Federn)' opens today at Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst (@migrosmuseum), Zurich, Switzerland. –
A pioneer of video installation art, Pipilotti Rist has been a central figure within the international art scene since the 1980s. Her artistic work has co-developed with technical advancements and in playful exploration of its new possibilities to propose footage resembling a collective brain. Through large video projections and digital manipulation, she has developed immersive installations that draw life from slow caressing showers of vivid color tones. Her installations and exhibition concepts tend to be expansive, finding within the mind, senses and body, the possibility for endless discovery and poetical invention, like this one chosen for Collection on Display. –
'Show a Leg (Raus aus den Federn)' (2001), from the collection of the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, is a sprawling installation composed of video sequences and colorful spotlights sweeping over panels of variously textured curtain fabric. In conjunction with the hypnotic soundtrack, they immerse the visitor in a dreamlike scenery. The protagonists of 'Show a Leg'—as of many of Pipilotti Rist’s works—are strong female figures: conscious of their own vulnerability, they rebel against social and moral as well as self-imposed constraints and playfully savor their newfound self-determination. –
'Collection on Display: Pipilotti Rist – Show a Leg (Raus aus den Federn)' will run through 11 November 2018 and is curated by Nadia Schneider Willen (Collection Curator, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst).
#PipilottiRist #ShowALeg #Installation #ContemporaryArt #Sculpture #Video #Film #Color #Immersive #VideoArt #CollectionOnDisplay #LöwenbräuKunst #Zurich #Switzerland #MigrosMuseum
Installation view, ‘Pipilotti Rist. Show a Leg (Raus aus den Federn)’, 2001, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland. © Pipilotti Rist
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Spoke to @newyorkermag for this video on my "Fallout" project on nuclear weapons, commissioned ...
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Spoke to @newyorkermag for this video on my "Fallout" project on nuclear weapons, commissioned for the @nobelprize_org . Link in profile. https://video.newyorker.com/watch/the-traces-of-nuclear-bombs It's an on-going exploration and conversation... onward! Amid the fast-changing ... Spoke to @newyorkermag for this video on my "Fallout" project on nuclear weapons, commissioned for the @nobelprize_org . Link in profile. https://video.newyorker.com/watch/the-traces-of-nuclear-bombs
It's an on-going exploration and conversation... onward!
Amid the fast-changing situation around North Korea and its nuclear facilities, the Kim-Trump meeting, and the global nuclear equation, this exhibition is on at the @nobelpeaceoslo in Oslo, till November (2018). I presented this work at @magnumfoundation in New York last month, speaking alongside @icp Dean Emeritus Fred Ritchin and nuclear historian Alex Wellerstein.
The project will also be exhibited in different iterations at two other places this year, at the @cortonaotm Cortona On The Move festival in Italy and at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, both solo shows opening in July.

I'm continuing to build out this project and think through ways of presenting and installing it, alongside curators and colleagues.

Many thanks to @garethsmit for making and editing this video for The New Yorker, and writing this introductory text:
https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/photos-of-nuclear-landscapes-that-are-meant-to-disorient

With thanks to @gabrielellisonscowcroft for assisting in field and editing the video installation, and the Nobel Peace Centre team especially Liv Torres, Liv Astrid Sverdrup, Erik Kaspartu. @beafihn , International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) @goodbyenukes
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Last chance to view ‘A Luta Continua. The Sylvio Perlstein Collection’ at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street, through 27 July 2018. – Join us every Friday at 4 pm for a free guided tour of the exhibition led by an art historian, who will highlight different aspects of the exhibition. Follow ... Last chance to view ‘A Luta Continua. The Sylvio Perlstein Collection’ at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street, through 27 July 2018. –
Join us every Friday at 4 pm for a free guided tour of the exhibition led by an art historian, who will highlight different aspects of the exhibition. Follow the link in our Stories to reserve a place. –
Curated by David Rosenberg, ‘A Luta Continua’ presents more than 360 works by some 250 artists across three floors of the gallery. Among these are Josef Albers, Carl Andre, Diane Arbus, Hans Bellmer, André Breton, Marcel Broodthaers, Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Hannah Höch, Jenny Holzer, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, René Magritte, Man Ray, Bruce Nauman, Brice Marden, Robert Morris, Edward Ruscha, Robert Ryman, Fred Sandback, Robert Smithson, Jean Tinguely, and Andy Warhol. Remarkably diverse, the Perlstein Collection traces the course of twentieth-century art, from Dada and Surrealism to Abstraction, Land Art, Conceptual Art, Minimal Art, Pop Art, Op Art, Arte Povera, Nouveau Réalisme, and Contemporary Art.
#SylvioPerlstein #ALutaContinua #SylvioPerlsteinCollection #Collector #Artist #ContemporaryArt #ModernArt #TheStruggleContinues #ConceptualArt #Minimalism #Fluxus #PopArt #OpArt #ArtePovera #NouveauRéalisme #Dada #Surrealism #Abstraction #LandArt #Neon #ArtCollecting #ArtCollector #ArtCollection #ArtHistory #PerlsteinCollection #HWNewYork #HauserWirth
Video: Installation view, ‘A Luta Continua. The Sylvio Perlstein Collection,’ Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street, 2018.
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Last 4 days of "Force of Nature" before it closes on Saturday, May 12. This installation pic shows ...
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Last 4 days of "Force of Nature" before it closes on Saturday, May 12. This installation pic shows paintings by Glen Baldridge and Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio. *** The exhibition features paintings and video works by six international artists: Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio (Los Angeles), Glen Baldridge ... Last 4 days of "Force of Nature" before it closes on Saturday, May 12. This installation pic shows paintings by Glen Baldridge and Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio. ***
The exhibition features paintings and video works by six international artists: Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio (Los Angeles), Glen Baldridge (New York), Emilie Brout & Maxime Marion (Paris), Nick Farhi (Los Angeles), John Knuth (Los Angeles) and Lukas Marxt (Cologne). Immigration, climate change, land abuse, new technology and social media are some of the themes of this exhibition, and while the artists convey political and environmental realities that are bleak, they still rely on the beauty of nature to convey their sentiments.
@eddierodolfoaparicio @[email protected]_maximemarion @[email protected] @lukasmarxt #eddierodolfoaparicio #glenbaldridge #emiliebrout #maximemarion #nickfarhi #johnknuth #lukasmarxt
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THIS AFTERNOON: PERFORMANCE + LECTURE BY HO RUI AN As part of the upcoming exhibition Trade Markings, ...
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THIS AFTERNOON: PERFORMANCE + LECTURE BY HO RUI AN As part of the upcoming exhibition Trade Markings, a new performance / lecture by the Singapore artist Ho Rui An will take place in the auditorium of the Van Abbemuseum at 15:00 TODAY! It is free with a valid entrance ticket. This new performance ... THIS AFTERNOON: PERFORMANCE + LECTURE BY HO RUI AN

As part of the upcoming exhibition Trade Markings, a new performance / lecture by the Singapore artist Ho Rui An will take place in the auditorium of the Van Abbemuseum at 15:00 TODAY! It is free with a valid entrance ticket.

This new performance / lecture will be held in the context of his video installation Dash (2016-continuous), which is part of the exhibition. For Trademarks, Ho reflects on the advanced Dutch industry. He focuses on the ideas about 'human capital' from the 1970s, as developed within the oil company Shell, and the continuing significance of these ideas for governments from Singapore and other countries.
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Swipe ⇨ We're pleased to present the first solo exhibition in China of the work of Korean artist Lee ...
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Swipe ⇨ We're pleased to present the first solo exhibition in China of the work of Korean artist Lee Kun-Yong at our gallery in Beijing's 798 Art District. The exhibition is open now through 1 September, 2018. - Often called "the father of Korean performance art," in the 1960s and 70s, #LeeKunYong’s ... Swipe ⇨ We're pleased to present the first solo exhibition in China of the work of Korean artist Lee Kun-Yong at our gallery in Beijing's 798 Art District. The exhibition is open now through 1 September, 2018.
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Often called "the father of Korean performance art," in the 1960s and 70s, #LeeKunYong’s simple, thought-provoking #performanceart pieces infused new spiritual energy into a Korean avant-garde art movement, then beleaguered on both conceptual and political fronts. This exhibition will look back on a half-century of the artist’s creative practice through artworks in the mediums of painting, sculpture, video, and site-specific installation.
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Images: @youngjoolee.art © Lee Kun-Yong
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“WITZLI POETZLI’s FLOWER” 90x90cm acrylic paint on canvas. This piece find it’s new home at ...
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“WITZLI POETZLI’s FLOWER” 90x90cm acrylic paint on canvas. This piece find it’s new home at the opening last night @boabartgallery Thank you so much for all who came last night. Exhibition will be open until 13/05/2018. So if you are near by please come check it out. Exhibition will ... “WITZLI POETZLI’s FLOWER”
90x90cm acrylic paint on canvas.

This piece find it’s new home at the opening last night @boabartgallery
Thank you so much for all who came last night. Exhibition will be open until 13/05/2018. So if you are near by please come check it out.
Exhibition will include the results of my 3 week art residency in Antwerp.
16 paintings on canvas and paper(counting one of the series of 12 as 1), 8 painting on acrylic sheet displayed as light box, 2 video installations in collaboration with @naotosakamoto, one sound installation piece in collaboration with @nicholasrobertthayer ,
2 site specific installations.
All the work in this exhibition I’m extremely happy with, and I feel like it’s pretty honest works in many ways.
So I hope more people get to see it.
#twoone #hiroyasutsuri #rawmarkmaking #artistinresidency #antwerpen
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'For A Minimum of Visible World', 2018 by Vicky Pericleous. This new installation will be premiered ...
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'For A Minimum of Visible World', 2018 by Vicky Pericleous. This new installation will be premiered at the #groupexhibition ‘The Presence of Absence, or the Catastrophe Theory’, curated by @cathryndrake Opening tonight 16.02.18 @nimac_cy #vickypericleous #newwork #contemporaryart ... 'For A Minimum of Visible World', 2018 by Vicky Pericleous. This new installation will be premiered at the #groupexhibition ‘The Presence of Absence, or the Catastrophe Theory’, curated by @cathryndrake Opening tonight 16.02.18 @nimac_cy

#vickypericleous #newwork #contemporaryart #art #contemporaryartist #artseen #installation #video #nicosia #cyprus

Vicky Pericleous has reconstructed the remains of a village, Petrofani, left behind by Turkish Cypriots forced to migrate to the north after the schism of 1974. Next to the border, constituted by the UN-policed buffer zone, it is a beautiful place surrounded by a green landscape and grazing sheep from nearby farms. Videos of the village surroundings recorded by CCTV cameras are projected onto the walls of the exhibition space, eliciting the notion of places as temporal, transitional, and subjective. In this way, the two spaces—the constructed one here and the other there—come together to form a third inhabited by the viewer.
The title is a phrase taken from Jorge Luís Borges’s “The Circular Ruins,” which invokes abandoned structures as sacred shelters for refugees who find them adequate to fulfill their basic needs. Similarly the exigencies of the present have imposed a new narrative on the fragments of Petrofani in the form of a bird community that now inhabits them. Pericleous has thus placed a replica of a purpose-built 1960s pigeon house from Paphos among her miniature ruins to provoke the tension between the utopian ideals of modernism and what could be seen as failed or obsolete spaces—as much as between intention and the inevitability of change and displacement as a fact of life. Ruins carry their own fascination as relics of the past imbued with sentimental or symbolic value, and yet they also signal the futility of rootedness to a place or any claim to permanence. And so we come full circle in realizing the freedom to envision any place afresh: like the birds, we make home where we find a minimum of visible shelter.
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Sizə tanınmış, beynəlxalq səviyyəli Hindistan rəssamı Şilpa Quptanın fərdi sərgisinin açılışından video hesabatı təqdim edirik Sərginin ilham mənbəyini və mərkəzi hissəsini əsrlər boyu yaradıcılığına və siyasi baxışlarına görə həbslərə məruz qalmış 100 şairə ithaf edilən, yeni ... Sizə tanınmış, beynəlxalq səviyyəli Hindistan rəssamı Şilpa Quptanın fərdi sərgisinin açılışından video hesabatı təqdim edirik 🎥 Sərginin ilham mənbəyini və mərkəzi hissəsini əsrlər boyu yaradıcılığına və siyasi baxışlarına görə həbslərə məruz qalmış 100 şairə ithaf edilən, yeni və genişmiqyaslı çoxkanallı səs instalyasiyası təşkil edir. Sərgi sentyabrın 30-a kimi davam edəcək
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See a video report from the opening of For, In Your Tounge, I Can Not Fit solo exhibition by internationally renowned Indian artist Shilpa Gupta. The exhibition takes its departure point from the central piece: a new, large-scale multi-channel sound installation which gives voice to 100 poets who have been jailed over the centuries for their writing or political alignments. Solo show will go on until September 30 #shilpagupta #forinyourtongueicannotfit #aztagram #yaratcontemporaryartspace
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Join @the_adaa and 30 of our member galleries Wednesday, July 18 from 6 to 8 pm for the inaugural Chelsea ...
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Join @the_adaa and 30 of our member galleries Wednesday, July 18 from 6 to 8 pm for the inaugural Chelsea Gallery Walk! Participating galleries will stay open late for a rare opportunity to see their exhibitions after-hours. Visit our members from 18th to 36th streets to see some of the most ... Join @the_adaa and 30 of our member galleries Wednesday, July 18 from 6 to 8 pm for the inaugural Chelsea Gallery Walk! Participating galleries will stay open late for a rare opportunity to see their exhibitions after-hours. Visit our members from 18th to 36th streets to see some of the most dynamic exhibitions in New York City this summer.

Gallery Walk visitors can enter to win a tote bag full of art books and exhibition catalogues by posting photos of their experience on Instagram with the hashtag #ADAAChelseaGalleryWalk. A winner will be selected from those who visit and post from the most ADAA galleries during the event. To be eligible, photos must be posted by 12 noon on July 19.

Here: Tim Gardner, “Night in the Park,” 2018, watercolor on paper; installation view of “Richard Hambleton: Eternity” courtesy of ACA Galleries; Sue de Beer, “The White Wolf,” 2018, video, sound, color; installation view of “Pine Barrens” courtesy of Tanya Bonakdar; Fu Xiaotong, “127,440 Pinpricks,” 2016, handmade paper; Fred Tomaselli, “Untitled (Rug),” 1995; Andy Harper, “Pipes,” 2017, oil on canvas; Chie Fueki, “Where,” 2017, acrylic, ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper on wood; Joan Bankemper, “Pimlico,” 2018, ceramic; installation view of “Ravelled Threads” courtesy of Sean Kelly Gallery
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<span class="emoji emoji1f43a"></span> Michal Rovner's "Evolution," at 537 West 24th Street in New York, is on view through August 17! ...
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Michal Rovner's "Evolution," at 537 West 24th Street in New York, is on view through August 17! Marking a return to #MichalRovner's unique, abstracted language, the exhibition includes highlights from its iteration at #PaceGallery in Palo Alto in spring 2018, as well as a new immersive ... 🐺 Michal Rovner's "Evolution," at 537 West 24th Street in New York, is on view through August 17! Marking a return to #MichalRovner's unique, abstracted language, the exhibition includes highlights from its iteration at #PaceGallery in Palo Alto in spring 2018, as well as a new immersive video installation.
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A central part of "Evolution" is a powerful video work "Nilus" (2018), pictured here—a nocturnal silhouette of a jackal, stretched across two screens, as across two pages of a book, whose space is filled with dense lines of miniature human figures. The unique nocturnal light, something in the shape of the vigilant animal, possibly exposed to danger, the glimmer of its hollow eyes in which human figures appear occasionally to be reflected – all of these elements along with the dense lines of the flickering “text,” create a disturbing feeling that something is amiss, perhaps the creature is artificial, maybe a cloned jackal, maybe a hybrid. Duality and duplication recur across several aspects of this work, and are especially prominent in the double movement: the sporadic movement of the jackal, and the repetitive movement of the human figures, which appear to be marking themselves, or signaling, or calling out for help.
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Image: Michal Rovner, "Nilus," 2018 (detail), 2 LCD screens and video, 57-1/16" × 65-3/8" × 4-5/8" (144.9 cm × 166.1 cm × 11.7 cm) © 2018 Michal Rovner / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
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Showing now as part of FORMAT off year an exhibition- Wellbeing and Time New photographic work ...
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Showing now as part of FORMAT off year an exhibition- Wellbeing and Time New photographic work on the theme of social wellbeing Presented by Bird in the Air Pump for BA (Hons) Photography, University of Derby 17 March – 14 April The Art House, 5 Friar Gate, Derby DE1 1BU Opening: 6pm, ... Showing now as part of FORMAT off year an exhibition- Wellbeing and Time
New photographic work on the theme of social wellbeing

Presented by Bird in the Air Pump for BA (Hons) Photography, University of Derby
17 March – 14 April
The Art House, 5 Friar Gate, Derby DE1 1BU

Opening: 6pm, Friday 16 March

The exhibition will be open Thursday to Friday, 11am to 5pm

Exhibiting Artists: Nuno Almeida, Matt Balmbra, Alexandra Belcher, Amelia Blundell, Matt Finn, Kelsie Gallimore, Will Jennings, Moira Lovell, Les Monaghan, Alys Russell, David Severn, Danielle Shambley, Nathan Stevenson, Josh Sutton, Luke Williams
BA (Hons) Photography at the University of Derby is delighted to present an exhibition of established artists alongside students of photography in an exhibition that explores social wellbeing in the widest sense. The range of work deals with themes ranging from poverty, social exclusion, the impact of social media, gender representation, environment and the value of the photograph as social artefact. The work makes use of a diverse range of media, and practices including digital stills and video, large scale analogue prints, sculpture and installation. Part of FORMAT International Photography Festival off year programme.

Follow the exhbition on Facebook and Instagram: @birdintheairpump
Image: David Severn
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Opening in July: "Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on” examines the rising American artist’s innovative ...
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Opening in July: "Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on” examines the rising American artist’s innovative use of video, computer-based media, installation, and performance to create powerful narratives that explore the intersection of black identity, digital culture, and power. Originally ... Opening in July: "Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on” examines the rising American artist’s innovative use of video, computer-based media, installation, and performance to create powerful narratives that explore the intersection of black identity, digital culture, and power. Originally initiated by @serpentineuk, the exhibition includes a new installation exclusively on view at ICA Miami.
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The centerpiece of #JohnAkomfrah’s new exhibition (opening tomorrow!) is his three-screen video ...
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The centerpiece of #JohnAkomfrah’s new exhibition (opening tomorrow!) is his three-screen video installation "Vertigo Sea" (2015). The work, first premiered at the 2015 Venice Biennale and will have its first New York presentation here. A few tickets are still available for tomorrow ... The centerpiece of #JohnAkomfrah’s new exhibition (opening tomorrow!) is his three-screen video installation "Vertigo Sea" (2015). The work, first premiered at the 2015 Venice Biennale and will have its first New York presentation here.
A few tickets are still available for tomorrow night's conversation with Akomfrah. Hit the link in bio to get one before they're gone.
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"John Akomfrah: Signs of Empire," 2018. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York
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“The resulting 64-minute video installation, projected on nine different screens that conjure ...
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“The resulting 64-minute video installation, projected on nine different screens that conjure the spaciousness of the rundown house, is overwhelming. Standing in the room before any one of them, you feel as though you’re catching the musician in the midst of a private, mournful requiem,” ... “The resulting 64-minute video installation, projected on nine different screens that conjure the spaciousness of the rundown house, is overwhelming. Standing in the room before any one of them, you feel as though you’re catching the musician in the midst of a private, mournful requiem,” reflects @lamag on Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s The Visitors.
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To produce this artwork, Kjartansson invited a group of friends to stay with him for a week at an ethereal yet decrepit estate at the historic Rokeby farm in upstate New York. The title references the Swedish pop band #ABBA’s final album of the same name, suggesting parallels between both the contents of and the social conditions surrounding the works.
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Running for over an hour, The Visitors was produced in one take, recording each musician’s performance simultaneously in different rooms of the mansion. The friends play the same song, instilling it with nuanced meaning through voice, instrument and movements of the body. The installation elicits feeling through duration and repetition: rituals are personalized, subtle variations emerge and decay is pervasive.
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A visitor favorite, The Visitors will go back on view as part of A Journey That Wasn’t, The Broad’s next exhibition, opening June 30. #StayTuned
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Ragnar Kjartansson, The Visitors, 2012. Nine channel HD video projection. © Ragnar Kjartansson. Image © Bruce Damonte
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Join @the_adaa and over 30 of our member galleries tomorrow, July 18 from 6 to 8 pm for the inaugural ...
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Join @the_adaa and over 30 of our member galleries tomorrow, July 18 from 6 to 8 pm for the inaugural Chelsea Gallery Walk! Participating galleries will stay open late, until 8pm, for a rare opportunity to see their exhibitions after-hours. Visit our members from 18th to 36th streets to see ... Join @the_adaa and over 30 of our member galleries tomorrow, July 18 from 6 to 8 pm for the inaugural Chelsea Gallery Walk! Participating galleries will stay open late, until 8pm, for a rare opportunity to see their exhibitions after-hours. Visit our members from 18th to 36th streets to see some of the most dynamic exhibitions in New York City this summer.

Gallery Walk visitors can enter to win a tote bag full of art books and exhibition catalogues by posting photos of their experience on Instagram with the hashtag #ADAAChelseaGalleryWalk. A winner will be selected from those who visit and post from the most ADAA galleries during the event. To be eligible, photos must be posted by 12 noon on July 19.

Here: Frances Stark, “I went through my bin (again),” 2008, collage on paper; Nicholas Hlobo, “Mphephethe uthe cwaka (element 1),” 2017, brass, bronze, and copper; Ione Saldanha, “Untitled,” 1965, oil on canvas; Joseph Zito, “Dire Distress,” 2018, encaustic, spray paint, wood, steel; installation view of “Julio Larraz” courtesy of Miles McEnery Gallery; installation view of “Intimacy” courtesy of Yossi Milo Gallery; Pat O’Neill, “The Decay of Fiction,” 2002, 35mm transferred to video; installation view of “Parentheses” courtesy of David Nolan Gallery; installation view of “ Soon All This Will be Picturesque Ruins: The Installations of David Wojnarowicz” courtesy of P.P.O.W; Nicholas Hall, “Poster #2 (Red Leaves), 2017, found poster, dimensional cutout.

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ᴀɴɴᴏᴜɴᴄɪɴɢ Reza Abdoh June 3–Sept 3 MoMA PS1 Co-organized by Klaus Biesenbach; and Negar Azimi, ...
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ᴀɴɴᴏᴜɴᴄɪɴɢ Reza Abdoh June 3–Sept 3 MoMA PS1 Co-organized by Klaus Biesenbach; and Negar Azimi, Tiffany Malakooti, and Babak Radboy for Bidoun. The first large-scale retrospective of Reza Abdoh (1963–95), the Iranian-American theater director whose mark on the world of theater ... ᴀɴɴᴏᴜɴᴄɪɴɢ
Reza Abdoh
June 3–Sept 3
MoMA PS1
Co-organized by Klaus Biesenbach; and Negar Azimi, Tiffany Malakooti, and Babak Radboy for Bidoun. The first large-scale retrospective of Reza Abdoh (1963–95), the Iranian-American theater director whose mark on the world of theater was unmistakable. Relentlessly inventive, he pushed his actors—and audiences—to their limits amid ambitious, unusual, disorienting stage sets. Abdoh’s aesthetic language borrowed from fairy tales, BDSM, talk shows, raves, video art, and the history of avant-garde theater. The exhibition will highlight the diverse video works that Abdoh produced for his performances and an installation based on his 1991 production Bogeyman. The exhibition also includes contextual materials reflecting the club scenes in both Los Angeles and New York, the culture wars of the Reagan era, and the AIDS crisis. Abdoh died of AIDS in 1995 at the age of 32. (Photo: Jan Deen, detail of Bogeyman)
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Javier M. Rodríguez’ “Havre 27” is showing as part of “Almost Solid Light: New Work from Mexico,” an exhibition of emerging and mid-career Mexican artists, organized in collaboration with @mariomarionnavarro. • Considering order as an illusion and the measurable as a fiction has allowed ... Javier M. Rodríguez’ “Havre 27” is showing as part of “Almost Solid Light: New Work from Mexico,” an exhibition of emerging and mid-career Mexican artists, organized in collaboration with @mariomarionnavarro.

Considering order as an illusion and the measurable as a fiction has allowed Rodríguez to question the way the world is understood based on the construction of limits. In this scenario and for the last four years, Rodriguez has developed a body of work under the concept of expended cinema, which can be considered as a series of studies to rethink the order of time. By means of translation, the building blocks of film narrative are transferred to painting, sculpture or video installation in to the exhibition space waiting to be activated by the spectator’s body and movement.

“Almost Solid Light: New Work From Mexico” is on view through August 17.

@el_castillo #JavierMRodriguez #AlmostSolidLight #SummerShow #ContemporaryMexicanArt

Image: Javier M. Rodríguez, “Havre 27,” 2018, wood, enamel painting, textured glass, tablet screen and HDMI controller with video; H.264, 153 x 1248 px, 4:09 min loop, 15 3/8 x 19 3/4 inches, 39 x 50 cm, edition of 3 + 1 AP.
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Super lovely group show I am in at Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden now till April // Soon enough: ...
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Super lovely group show I am in at Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden now till April // Soon enough: Art and action 7.2-29.4 2018  Invited artists: Alma Heikkilä (Helsinki), Amol Patil (Mumbai), Ane Graff (Oslo), Ann Lislegaard (Copenhagen), Anne Low (Vancouver), Bella Rune (Stockholm), ... Super lovely group show I am in at Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden now till April // Soon enough: Art and action
7.2-29.4 2018  Invited artists: Alma Heikkilä (Helsinki), Amol Patil (Mumbai), Ane Graff (Oslo), Ann Lislegaard (Copenhagen), Anne Low (Vancouver), Bella Rune (Stockholm), Christian Nyampeta (Kigali / Amsterdam / New York), Dale Harding (Brisbane), Faivovich & Goldberg (Buenos Aires), Flo Kasearu (Tallinn), Forensic Architecture (London), Ingela Ihrman (Malmö), Jillian Mayer (Miami), Joar Nango (Tromso), Cultivator Öland), k.ö.k. (Stockholm), Lajos Gabor (Cluj-Napoca), Marie Kølbæk Iversen (Copenhagen), Matts Leiderstam (Stockholm), Osías Yanov (Buenos Aires), Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz (Berlin), Sorawit Songsataya (Auckland), Suki Seokyeong Kang (Seoul), Taus Makhacheva (Makhachala), Yu Ji (Shanghai), Zach Blas (London), and Zhou Tao (Guangzhou)
Soon enough: art and action are about the future. It is inspired by the most urgent questions of our time, and a conviction that artistic practitioners can communicate complex problems and coordinate action. Some works of art in the exhibition are aimed directly at the future, others point to phenomena, subjects, skills or attitudes that will be more important in the future. Self-organization, craft and manual skills, all play a role in the exhibition. Likewise, cooperation methods, research-based methods, rural and space The exhibition includes painting, sculpture, video, photography, installation, performance, lectures, etc.

The exhibition is part of the collaboration The Were, Those People, A Kind of Solution with WHW (Zagreb), the European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies (Vienna) and the Center for Peace Studies (Zagreb). Supported by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.
Supported by: Cultural Endowment of Estonia; Danish Arts Foundation; Goethe Institut Schweden; Mondriaan Fund, de publieke culturele financieringsorganisatie gericht op beeldende kunst en cultureel erfgoed; Office for Contemporary Art Norway and Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia #art #sculpture #videoart #media #action @tenstakonsthall @artcentersf ♥️✅
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Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the November 18, 2017, opening of Duron ...
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Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the November 18, 2017, opening of Duron Jackson: The Missing, an exhibition that confronts the reality of mass incarceration in America. The exhibition challenges viewers to consider the impact of mass incarceration on vulnerable ... Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the November 18, 2017, opening of Duron Jackson: The Missing, an exhibition that confronts the reality of mass incarceration in America. The exhibition challenges viewers to consider the impact of mass incarceration on vulnerable communities, as well as the entire country. •

Duron Jackson is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice combines academic and artistic research. He uses installation, photography, video archives, and objects to create new perspectives on dominant historical narratives. Jackson states that his exhibition, The Missing, “is inspired by a 2015 New York Times article that detailed the 1.5 million Black men who are literally missing from civic life due to early death or incarceration.”


An interactive and collaborative project, The Missing begins at Aljira as an art exhibition but becomes much more, as artists, students and the broader Newark community join Duron Jackson in sharing their stories of family and friends affected by mass incarceration. ----------------------------------------------------
Aljira’s presentation of The Missing has been partially supported by The Kenneth Aidekman Family Foundation, Nina and Ted Wells, Shine Portrait Studio and Express Newark: a university – community collaboratory which receives funding from Rutgers University – Newark, the Prudential Foundation, Bank of America, PSE&G, Panasonic, and the Kresge Foundation.
#duronjackson #themissing #shine_portraitstudio #ExpressNewark #aljira #runewark #rutgersNCAS #newarkarts #njarts #contemporaryart
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Very exciting to see Carrie Mae Weems included! #Repost @forfreedoms ・・・ In conjunction with ...
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Very exciting to see Carrie Mae Weems included! #Repost @forfreedoms ・・・ In conjunction with forthcoming exhibition, “Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul: Selections From The Light Work Collection,” #ForFreedoms is collaborating with @lightworkorg on a series of billboard installations. ... Very exciting to see Carrie Mae Weems included!
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In conjunction with forthcoming exhibition, “Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul: Selections From The Light Work Collection,” #ForFreedoms is collaborating with @lightworkorg on a series of billboard installations. The images and text that comprise these billboards aim to provoke conversations in our community that lead to civic engagement.
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Six of the installations are within the city of Syracuse, New York, and will be in various locations between August 13 - October 7, 2018.
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(photo credit) For Freedoms has enlisted renowned artists such as @CarrieMaeWeems, a former Light Work Artist-in-Residence (1988), MacArthur Fellow (2013), and an ongoing collaborator in Syracuse University engagement projects, in the creation of billboards for the #50StateInitiative. Weems—a socially motivated photographer and video installation artist who invites contemplation of race, gender, and class—is an apt choice in a project aimed at provoking discussion on important issues facing the country. The inclusion of Weems’ piece, “With Democracy In The Balance There Is Only One Choice,” reflects Light Work’s long history of giving diverse artists an opportunity to create and share work that fosters dialogue in very difficult times of public discourse.
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#WeAreForFreedoms #LightWork #LightWorkOrg #LightWorkAIR #LightWorkExhibition #BeStrongAndDoNotBetrayYourSoul #CarrieMaeWeems #ArtBillboard #Billboard #ArtAndActivism #Syracuse #NewYork
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We’re so thrilled to be 1 of the 42 cultural institutions coming together for #MuseumInstaSwap ...
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We’re so thrilled to be 1 of the 42 cultural institutions coming together for #MuseumInstaSwap 2018! Today, we’ve partnered with the @newmuseum to explore our shared history, and commitment to amplifying diverse voices and perspectives. . This summer, for the New Museum’s annual art ... We’re so thrilled to be 1 of the 42 cultural institutions coming together for #MuseumInstaSwap 2018! Today, we’ve partnered with the @newmuseum to explore our shared history, and commitment to amplifying diverse voices and perspectives.
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This summer, for the New Museum’s annual art & social justice residency and exhibition, #TheBlackSchool and #KameelahJananRasheed have joined forces to explore the pasts and futures of black critical pedagogies. Rasheed, in particular, has drawn on local histories from her hometown of East Palo Alto, CA to present an installation of text, objects and video, as well as a library, which respects the artist’s own research into black traditions of independent schools and publishing.
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Guys in Prague making my dreams ready. Unpacking, framing, preparing for the opening. Friday, ...
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Guys in Prague making my dreams ready. Unpacking, framing, preparing for the opening. Friday, 13th. The perfect day!!!! Thank you so much and come to check! Prints, video installation, love and drinks! 🍾 #Repost @lifeisoursgallery with @get_repost ・・・ The framing of the exhibition ... Guys in Prague making my dreams ready. Unpacking, framing, preparing for the opening. Friday, 13th. The perfect day!!!! Thank you so much and come to check! Prints, video installation, love and drinks! 🍾 #Repost @lifeisoursgallery with @get_repost
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The framing of the exhibition is almost done ✅! In exactly 8 days @lifeisoursgallery will present you the new exhibition of @dariaalex1 who already presented some artworks at the opening of the gallery (September 2017) in collaboration with @nhudesmagazine ! The vernissage will start at 7pm and finish around 10pm !
Your all invited to join us to see a lot of different pictures, video projections and share a drink together !
#děkuji #thankyou #merci
#flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/dariaalex1

#vimeo : https://vimeo.com/dariaalex1

#exhibition #art #vernissage #dariaalexandrova #exhibition #reflection #photography #glass #blackandwhite #photo #street #prague #praha #czechrepublic #zizkov #pragueart #lifeisours #minuta #love
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We are revisiting previous works by artist #PaulMaheke ahead of his exhibition at #ChisenhaleGallery, ...
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We are revisiting previous works by artist #PaulMaheke ahead of his exhibition at #ChisenhaleGallery, opening on Thursday 12 April, 6.30-8.30pm. ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ 'I Lost Track of the Swarm' (2016), produced as part of @SouthLondonGallery's Graduate-in-Residence programme, comprised a three-screen ... We are revisiting previous works by artist #PaulMaheke ahead of his exhibition at #ChisenhaleGallery, opening on Thursday 12 April, 6.30-8.30pm. ⠀⠀⠀
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'I Lost Track of the Swarm' (2016), produced as part of @SouthLondonGallery's Graduate-in-Residence programme, comprised a three-screen video installation, alongside white curtains and a luminous lavender ceiling. In this work Maheke presents the body as an affective and political archive and sheds light on empowered narratives to unfold the intricate layers of the production of subjectivity. ⠀

“[...] to watch a lone dancer is candid and intimate, and yet the physical memory their movement lays bare is not clearly legible. There is a formlessness to the moving silhouette, and this formlessness is mirrored by a white curtain covering the gallery’s window and offsetting the formality of the space” - #NedCarterMiles for @AestheticaMag ⠀
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"Most People Were Silent", my solo exhibition on nuclear weapons, originally a commission for ...
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"Most People Were Silent", my solo exhibition on nuclear weapons, originally a commission for the Nobel Peace Prize / Nobels Fredssenter | Nobel Peace Center @nobelpeaceoslo will open at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore @icasingapore on 20 July, in a installation of video ... "Most People Were Silent", my solo exhibition on nuclear weapons, originally a commission for the Nobel Peace Prize / Nobels Fredssenter | Nobel Peace Center @nobelpeaceoslo will open at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore @icasingapore on 20 July, in a installation of video and still images suspended from screens.
It's been a pleasure working this new installation of this work with ICA curator Caterina Riva, thinking alongside and exchanging ideas and notes. Thank you Caterina and also ICA director Bala Starr.
Friends in Singapore, hope to see some of you at the opening on 20 July Friday evening, or at the artist talk and discussion I will do on 26 July with National University of Singapore's Southeast Asian studies head Itty Abraham, who studies nuclear and security issues. Looking forward to a multidisciplinary discussion!
Details are attached in the pictures here and there are FB event pages here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/894660480717496/

https://www.facebook.com/events/890837667784668/

http://www.lasalle.edu.sg/institute-of-contemporary-arts-sg/whats-on/?events/sim-chi-yin-most-people-were-silent

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International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)
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Full interview on our #IGTV CHANNEL! The SCHIRN presents a new work by the award-winning video and installation artist Neïl Beloufa. For “Global Agreement” (2018) Beloufa created walkable sculptural installations in the SCHIRN Rotunda, which is freely accessible to the public. #schirn ... Full interview on our #IGTV CHANNEL! The SCHIRN presents a new work by the award-winning video and installation artist Neïl Beloufa. For “Global Agreement” (2018) Beloufa created walkable sculptural installations in the SCHIRN Rotunda, which is freely accessible to the public. #schirn #schirnkunsthalle #exhibition #neilbeloufa #contemporaryart #videoart #frankfurt #ffm #interview #igtvchannel
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NOW OPEN | The next installment of "Eyes On," the Denver Art Museum's focused multi-year contemporary ...
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NOW OPEN | The next installment of "Eyes On," the Denver Art Museum's focused multi-year contemporary art series, features the work of Minnesota-based visual artist Julie Buffalohead (pictured) and Japan-based conceptual artist Shimabuku. Both exhibitions will be on view on level ... NOW OPEN | The next installment of "Eyes On," the Denver Art Museum's focused multi-year contemporary art series, features the work of Minnesota-based visual artist Julie Buffalohead (pictured) and Japan-based conceptual artist Shimabuku. Both exhibitions will be on view on level 4 of the Hamilton Building, within "Stampede: Animals in Art" exhibition space until January 20, 2019.
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"Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead," pictured here, showcases new work by the Minnesota-based American Indian artist, who is a citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma. Buffalohead frequently includes animals as subjects in her work, her eclectic palette and whimsical subjects evoke a childlike innocence, yet there are sometimes underlying meanings that are at times humorous and other times critical. .
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A big part of my business model as a cause-driven photographer is not about making photographs. ...
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A big part of my business model as a cause-driven photographer is not about making photographs. It’s about making sure my NGO partners get maximum value out of the assignments I do for them. This project for @rare_org in the #Philippines, which included a month alone embedded in the remote ... A big part of my business model as a cause-driven photographer is not about making photographs. It’s about making sure my NGO partners get maximum value out of the assignments I do for them. This project for @rare_org in the #Philippines, which included a month alone embedded in the remote island fishing village of #Caringo, resulted in a successful fundraising event in a New York museum built around a large scale pop up exhibition, exposure at #SxSW for a video art installation we produced, several Instagram takeovers, displays back in Philippines, and now this nice feature on @oceanographic_mag. Coordinating with my NGO partners up front on both strategies for how they can use the photography as well as making sure they have the usage rights and capacity to execute those strategies, is critical in making sure they find real value in supporting real assignments to produce the best work possible. Rare is an excellent case study in this sort of collaborative effort. Questions? Comment or DM me. I want any of us who want to to be able to effectively provide good photography to good causes. @ilcp_photographers #conservation #conservationphotography #oceanconservation #fisheries #fishing #fish
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Just wrapped a fun video interview with talented artist Francisco Moreno at his new exhibition ...
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Just wrapped a fun video interview with talented artist Francisco Moreno at his new exhibition “The Chapel and Accompanying Works” at Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas - an immersive installation at the intersection of architecture (barrel vault) and painting (continuous mural) thank you ... Just wrapped a fun video interview with talented artist Francisco Moreno at his new exhibition “The Chapel and Accompanying Works” at Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas - an immersive installation at the intersection of architecture (barrel vault) and painting (continuous mural)✨ thank you to @morencisco, @exploredinary and the support of @erincluleygallery #franciscomoreno #dallas #dallasartscene #contemporaryart #dallasartsmonth
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Thank you for attending last night’s opening. If you missed it here’s another chance to meet @federico_solmi ...
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Thank you for attending last night’s opening. If you missed it here’s another chance to meet @federico_solmi He’ll be speaking about his work in The Good Samaritans. This exhibition includes a new text about Solmi’s work by Larry Ossei-Mensah, an independent curator, and cultural critic. ... Thank you for attending last night’s opening. If you missed it here’s another chance to meet @federico_solmi He’ll be speaking about his work in The Good Samaritans. This exhibition includes a new text about Solmi’s work by Larry Ossei-Mensah, an independent curator, and cultural critic. Join us today, April 7 at 1pm and learn more about this provocative video installation. @luisdejesuslosangeles #farce #videoart #videoinstallation #politicalart #socialcommentary #rochesterny #gaming #storytelling #artisttalk
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 #CellEcho | Yuz Museum is pleased to present Donna Huanca’s first solo exhibition in mainland China, ...
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#CellEcho | Yuz Museum is pleased to present Donna Huanca’s first solo exhibition in mainland China, “Cell Echo,” from March 24th to June 3rd, 2018 at Yuz Project Space of Art. Working with live performance, painting, sculpture and textiles, the Berlin-based, Bolivian American artist ... #CellEcho | Yuz Museum is pleased to present Donna Huanca’s first solo exhibition in mainland China, “Cell Echo,” from March 24th to June 3rd, 2018 at Yuz Project Space of Art. Working with live performance, painting, sculpture and textiles, the Berlin-based, Bolivian American artist extends her visual language through a new series of works including paintings, sculpture, video and performance, building a terrain which echoes itself.
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Donna Huanca: Cell Echo, performance and installation views at Yuz Museum, 2018. Photo by Qing Wang.
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“Dimelo” Activate: Market Street 17 Curated by Jo-El Lopez April 7 – May 26, 2018 75 & 77 Market Street, ...
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“Dimelo” Activate: Market Street 17 Curated by Jo-El Lopez April 7 – May 26, 2018 75 & 77 Market Street, Newark NJ Opening Reception April 7th 7-10pm #GalleryAferro Featured Artists: #JuanGutiérrez #ErnestoRodríguez #WaliVidal Dimelo (Dee-meh-loo), English translation: ... “Dimelo” Activate: Market Street 17
Curated by Jo-El Lopez April 7 – May 26, 2018 75 & 77 Market Street, Newark NJ Opening Reception April 7th 7-10pm #GalleryAferro
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Dimelo (Dee-meh-loo), English translation: “Tell it to me”. Juan Guitiérrez was born in 1968, in #Santiago City, #DominicanRepublic. He studied plastics Arts at Escuela de Bellas Artes. Also he has dedicated part of his life to studying Art Prints, Drawing, Illustration, Graphic Arts, at Altos de Chavon in Dominican Republic, which is associated to The New York School of Design Parson. His work has been involved on multiple displays since 1996, some of them individuals and the others as a collective exhibition. In addition, his exhibitions has been both national and international. He has won a prize given by the Governor of Maryland for supporting women who suffer from AIDS though art.
Ernesto Rodríguez was born on 1964, in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. Considered as a multidisciplinary artist due to fact that he has worked with several materials such as wood, clothes, metal, mud, etc. Wali Vidal was born in Santiago in 1982. From a very young age he was interested in arts, participating in several workshops with prominent artists. During 2001 to 2002 he took a workshop of Bronze Sculpture, and introduction to the technique of lost wax with the artist Leo Núñez. Later on from 2003 to 2005 Wali Vidal took ceramic with the artist Ernesto Rodríguez, and in the fall of 2006 another workshop in Criticism of Artworks at the San Alejandro School of Art, Habana, Cuba. At the end of the same year he returned to Dominican Republic where he took engraving, installation and video art clinics with the artists Carmelo Sobrino, Pepón Osorio and José Alejandro Restrepo at Centro León, Santiago. To formalize his studies, Wali applied to the School of Design Altos de Chavón in La Romana, Dominican Republic obtaining an A.A.S. degree in arts in 2010. #newarkarts #njarts #jerseyarts #dimelo
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Happy birthday, American artist #MarthaRosler! Considered one of the most important voices of ...
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Happy birthday, American artist #MarthaRosler! Considered one of the most important voices of her generation, Rosler's decades-long practice in photography, sculpture, installation, and video reflects an enduring and passionate vision for social and political issues with incisive ... Happy birthday, American artist #MarthaRosler! Considered one of the most important voices of her generation, Rosler's decades-long practice in photography, sculpture, installation, and video reflects an enduring and passionate vision for social and political issues with incisive critique. Long overdue for a survey exhibition in her native New York City, "Martha Rosler: Irrespective" opens this fall at the Jewish Museum, featuring her well-known as well as rarely seen works from 1965 to the present. Though her political engagement began amid the Vietnam War and the women’s movement, it is both a credit to Rosler’s far-reaching vision and a reflection on society today that her powerful and insightful work has never felt more relevant, or more important. Image: Martha Rosler, Photo-Op, 2004, from the series House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home, New Series. Photomontage.
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Join us tomorrow, June 17th from 2-4:30pm at @lamagbarnsdall for the latest in the #LAMAGLearn ...
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Join us tomorrow, June 17th from 2-4:30pm at @lamagbarnsdall for the latest in the #LAMAGLearn series: Letter Writing with ‘COLA 2018’ fellow Michele O’Marah ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Michele will guide us through an afternoon activity inspired by her new mixed media video installation in the COLA ... Join us tomorrow, June 17th from 2-4:30pm at @lamagbarnsdall for the latest in the #LAMAGLearn series:
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Michele will guide us through an afternoon activity inspired by her new mixed media video installation in the COLA 2018 exhibition. O’Marah’s new work focuses on the role of women, race, power, and representation. 📷: Michele O'Marah, Madonna and the Boys Rock the Vote 2018 via @lamagbarnsdall
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Proud to be a part of VOLTA — Basel’s art fair. From tomorrow Monday, 11 June through Saturday, 16 ...
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Proud to be a part of VOLTA — Basel’s art fair. From tomorrow Monday, 11 June through Saturday, 16 June, concurrent with Art Basel Week 2018. For VOLTA Basel 2018, Martin Asbæk Gallery is revealing new art works from two slightly different Danish artists: Peter Bonde and Maria Rubinke. Formally, ... Proud to be a part of VOLTA — Basel’s art fair. From tomorrow Monday, 11 June through Saturday, 16 June, concurrent with Art Basel Week 2018.

For VOLTA Basel 2018, Martin Asbæk Gallery is revealing new art works from two slightly different Danish artists: Peter Bonde and Maria Rubinke.
Formally, there is no common feature between the artists. On the contrary, the composition and the materials of the works beautifully show their diversity, that is even though both artists are very concerned with the technicality of their craft.
Peter Bonde’s experiments with painting during the past three decades covers everything from the use of perishable materials, assemblage, collage, painting on canvases with pre-printed photographs, to the installation of video screens on the canvas. His new works are merely oil paintings but the experiment and the expansion of painting is still very central, as Bonde has replaced the traditional canvas with a special, ultra reflecting mirror foil. Bonde’s colorful strokes, and spontaneous style of painting is now suddenly in constant interchange with the ultra-reflective foil, which incorporates both space and viewer inside the painting. The foil — simultaneously with mirroring the room — seems to dematerialize itself, and the painted motif is thus the only thing remaining, floating weightless in the space as quivering, luminous strokes.
Maria Rubinke, on the other hand, works with the classic porcelain figure where she allows the incomprehensible and chaotic in the human subconscious to rise to the surface. Rubinke is known for, in a dramatic way, to expose little innocent porcelain figurines to pain and suffering through different variations of sculptures. For Volta14 she has created never before seen works where the porcelain now is replaced with bronze. #volta #basel #voltabasel #artfair #contemporaryart #art #2018 #mariarubinke #rubinke #sculpture #bronze #exhibition #volta14basel #volta14 @voltashow @martinasbaekgallery @peter_bonde ❤️ #artbasel
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'For A Minimum of Visible World', 2018 by Vicky Pericleous. This new work will be premiered at the ...
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'For A Minimum of Visible World', 2018 by Vicky Pericleous. This new work will be premiered at the #groupexhibition ‘The Presence of Absence, or the Catastrophe Theory’, curated by @cathryndrake Opening tonight 16.02.18 @nimac_cy #vickypericleous #newwork #contemporaryart #art ... 'For A Minimum of Visible World', 2018 by Vicky Pericleous. This new work will be premiered at the #groupexhibition ‘The Presence of Absence, or the Catastrophe Theory’, curated by @cathryndrake Opening tonight 16.02.18 @nimac_cy

#vickypericleous #newwork #contemporaryart #art #contemporaryartist #artseen #installation #video #nicosia #cyprus

Vicky Pericleous has reconstructed the remains of a village, Petrofani, left behind by Turkish Cypriots forced to migrate to the north after the schism of 1974. Next to the border, constituted by the UN-policed buffer zone, it is a beautiful place surrounded by a green landscape and grazing sheep from nearby farms. Videos of the village surroundings recorded by CCTV cameras are projected onto the walls of the exhibition space, eliciting the notion of places as temporal, transitional, and subjective. In this way, the two spaces—the constructed one here and the other there—come together to form a third inhabited by the viewer.
The title is a phrase taken from Jorge Luís Borges’s “The Circular Ruins,” which invokes abandoned structures as sacred shelters for refugees who find them adequate to fulfill their basic needs. Similarly the exigencies of the present have imposed a new narrative on the fragments of Petrofani in the form of a bird community that now inhabits them. Pericleous has thus placed a replica of a purpose-built 1960s pigeon house from Paphos among her miniature ruins to provoke the tension between the utopian ideals of modernism and what could be seen as failed or obsolete spaces—as much as between intention and the inevitability of change and displacement as a fact of life. Ruins carry their own fascination as relics of the past imbued with sentimental or symbolic value, and yet they also signal the futility of rootedness to a place or any claim to permanence. And so we come full circle in realizing the freedom to envision any place afresh: like the birds, we make home where we find a minimum of visible shelter.
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"Sara Magenheimer is like a poet who plies her craft in film and video rather than in words." — @nytimes's ...
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"Sara Magenheimer is like a poet who plies her craft in film and video rather than in words." — @nytimes's "What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week" Catch Sara Magenheimer in conversation with Curator Margot Norton on April 15! Tickets and info on our site. And be sure to see her storefront ... "Sara Magenheimer is like a poet who plies her craft in film and video rather than in words." — @nytimes's "What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week"
Catch Sara Magenheimer in conversation with Curator Margot Norton on April 15! Tickets and info on our site. And be sure to see her storefront window installation at the museum before it closes that same day.
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“Sara Magenheimer: NOON,” 2018.” Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. Photo: Maris Hutchinson / EPW Studio
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This Friday, 7pm, is #OpeningNight for “Sondra Perry: Typhoon Coming On” <span class="emoji emoji1f6a8"></span> Opening Night is <span class="emoji emoji1f193"></span> with ...
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This Friday, 7pm, is #OpeningNight for “Sondra Perry: Typhoon Coming On” Opening Night is with RSVP and open to the general public. Members are invited to a special cocktail preview at 6pm. . “Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on” examines the rising American artist’s innovative use of ... This Friday, 7pm, is #OpeningNight for “Sondra Perry: Typhoon Coming On” 🚨 Opening Night is 🆓 with RSVP and open to the general public. Members are invited to a special cocktail preview at 6pm.
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“Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on” examines the rising American artist’s innovative use of video, computer-based media, installation, and performance to create powerful narratives that explore the intersection of black identity, digital culture, and power. Originally initiated by @serpentineuk, the exhibition includes a new installation exclusively on #OnView at ICA Miami July 13 - November 4, 2018.
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Sondra Perry, Typhoon coming on (still), 2018. Courtesy the artist.
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Sondra Perry, Graft and Ash for a Three Monitor Workstation, still, 2016. Video, bicycle workstation. 9 minutes, 5 seconds. Courtesy the artist.
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Humbled and excited to officially announce that I have been awarded the Adelaide Festival Centre ...
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Humbled and excited to officially announce that I have been awarded the Adelaide Festival Centre Artist-in-Residence placement, a program that is conducted in association with the SALA Festival. The focus of this project will be the production of a site-specific video installation ... Humbled and excited to officially announce that I have been awarded the Adelaide Festival Centre Artist-in-Residence placement, a program that is conducted in association with the SALA Festival. The focus of this project will be the production of a site-specific video installation created especially for the new media screen infrastructure, which has been constructed as part of the Adelaide Festival Centre’s current redevelopment. The residency will culminate with the exhibition of this work to the public, for the duration of the 2018 SALA Festival in August.
Thrilled to share that Tom Borgas is the other recipient of this program.
Thank you to the @salafestival, @adelaidefescent and @artssouthaus for the opportunity.
More to come...

Image: Elise Bonato, Danaides, 2017-2018, digital video production still, colour, stereo sound.
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@QueensCollegeOfficial invites everyone to the exhibition and reception for graduating MFA ...
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@QueensCollegeOfficial invites everyone to the exhibition and reception for graduating MFA candidate @ZaidIslam. Zaid is a native of Dhaka, Bangladesh and currently resides in Jamaica, Queens. He primarily works with photography, but also uses video, text, installation, and performance. ... @QueensCollegeOfficial invites everyone to the exhibition and reception for graduating MFA candidate @ZaidIslam. Zaid is a native of Dhaka, Bangladesh and currently resides in Jamaica, Queens. He primarily works with photography, but also uses video, text, installation, and performance. His work is oriented toward collaborative public actions and interventions in an intensely dense city of 17 million people. Today Zaid presents his Senior thesis exhibition, “A New York Moment.” The show will be up in the Klapper Student Gallery from Friday, April 6th to Tuesday, April 10th. A closing reception will take place on the 10th from 6-9pm. #QueenscapesEndorsed 👊🏽
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#Repost @wowinc_jp with @get_repost ・・・ 【Exhibition】 4月6日〜4月15日、南青山・スパイラルで開催する大型展覧会「WOW Visual Design Studio ーWOWが動かす世界ー」のティザームービーを公開! WOWが歩んできた20年間の軌跡をアーカイブ作品で体験しつつ、初公開の新作まで多数を展示します。 詳細はプロフィールのリンクからご確認ください。   The taser movie of the large exhibition ... #Repost @wowinc_jp with @get_repost
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4月6日〜4月15日、南青山・スパイラルで開催する大型展覧会「WOW Visual Design Studio ーWOWが動かす世界ー」のティザームービーを公開!
WOWが歩んできた20年間の軌跡をアーカイブ作品で体験しつつ、初公開の新作まで多数を展示します。
詳細はプロフィールのリンクからご確認ください。


The taser movie of the large exhibition WOW Visual Design Studio ー WOW animates the world” to be held at Spiral (Minami Aoyama) is released!
We will exhibit a large number of works from our archives to new one at the first public release. 
For details, check the profile link.


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 #insideyuz | Yuz Museum is pleased to present Donna Huanca’s first solo exhibition in mainland ...
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#insideyuz | Yuz Museum is pleased to present Donna Huanca’s first solo exhibition in mainland China, “Cell Echo”, at Yuz Project Space of Art. Skin, body, its presence and absence in space lays at the core of Huanca’s works. Materials such as turmeric, sand, and clay, which derive from the ... #insideyuz | Yuz Museum is pleased to present Donna Huanca’s first solo exhibition in mainland China, “Cell Echo”, at Yuz Project Space of Art. Skin, body, its presence and absence in space lays at the core of Huanca’s works. Materials such as turmeric, sand, and clay, which derive from the earth, also used in healing, play an important role in her practice. The skin paintings, fragments of paint, or skin-like materials on the sculptures maintain a self-sustaining cycle.
On the opening day, Huanca will set up a new landscape of a plexiglas panel in a pile of wet clay along with a monumental painting and a silent video work. Live models covered with textiles and colorfully painted, will move slowly to activate and interact with the installation based on a combination of choreography and their own impulses. They will leave behind marks and traces of their actions.
The exhibition will open to the public on March 24th with the performance started from 16:00-17:00.
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"ESCAPE VELOCITY," Leo Villareal's first exhibition in Asia is now open at #PaceGallery, 12/F, H Queen's, Hong Kong. #LeoVillareal works with pixels and binary code to create rhythmic, non-repeating and random compositions in light. Firmly rooted in abstraction and the psychology ... "ESCAPE VELOCITY," Leo Villareal's first exhibition in Asia is now open at #PaceGallery, 12/F, H Queen's, Hong Kong. #LeoVillareal works with pixels and binary code to create rhythmic, non-repeating and random compositions in light. Firmly rooted in abstraction and the psychology of perception, his work is purposefully open-ended and ethereal, encouraging viewers to draw their own interpretations.
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The exhibition features three large Cloud Drawings and an edition of small Cloud Drawings, and three new triptych works, similar to Villareal’s "Signature of the Invisible," recently exhibited by Pace at Art Basel. Composed on a square array of LED lights arranged in columns, each Cloud Drawing has its own unique, randomized sequence that evokes natural phenomena through abstract patterns and emergent, unexpected behaviors of monochromatic light. Villareal’s three 4K OLED triptychs, "Evanescence," "Floating Bodies," and "Corona," stretch over 8 feet wide and display high-resolution particle animations created with the artist’s custom software that allows him to further extend the clarity and manipulation of light. A delicate black scrim will hang in the gallery, creating a porous boundary between the two series and enhancing the immersive quality of the installation.
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Video: "Leo Villareal: ESCAPE VELOCITY," Pace Gallery, Hong Kong, July 21 – September 7, 2018 © Leo Villareal
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🛠 Estem de muntatge! El proper 18 de maig inaugurem la nova exposició ‘ #MelanieSmith. Farsa i artifici’, ...
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🛠 Estem de muntatge! El proper 18 de maig inaugurem la nova exposició ‘ #MelanieSmith. Farsa i artifici’, la més àmplia mostra institucional que s’ha organitzat mai a Europa del treball de l’artista. La mostra inclou tot el ventall de mitjans en què s’expressa Smith, des de les primeres escultures, ... 🛠 Estem de muntatge! El proper 18 de maig inaugurem la nova exposició ‘ #MelanieSmith. Farsa i artifici’, la més àmplia mostra institucional que s’ha organitzat mai a Europa del treball de l’artista. La mostra inclou tot el ventall de mitjans en què s’expressa Smith, des de les primeres escultures, assemblatges, relleus i pintures fins a les seves obres en vídeo, fotografia i instal·lacions. El contrast entre el seu país d'origen, Regne Unit, i el d'adopció, #Mèxic, informa subtilment la seva obra. Més info al link de la bio!
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🛠 ¡Estamos de montaje! El próximo 18 de mayo inauguramos la nueva exposición ‘ #MelanieSmith. Farsa y artificio’, la más amplia exposición institucional realizada en Europa del trabajo de la artista, que abarca todos los medios en los que se expresa, desde sus primeras esculturas, ensamblajes, relieves y pinturas hasta sus obras en vídeo, fotografía e instalaciones. El contraste entre su país de origen, Reino Unido, y el de adopción, #México, informa sutilmente su obra. Más info en el link de la bio.
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. 🛠 Wok in progress! Next May 18th we inagurate the new exhibition ‘ #MelanieSmith. Farce and Artifice’, the largest and most comprehensive institutional exhibition of the artist’s work in Europe to date, encompassing the full breadth of media the artist has embraced from her early sculptural works, assemblages, reliefs and paintings to her work in video, photography and installation. Thus the contrast between where she comes from, UK, and where she lives now, #Mexico, subtly informs her work. Info link in bio!
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Final week: Hiraki Sawa's exhibition 'fantasmagoria' closes at the end of this week (last day Thursday ...
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Final week: Hiraki Sawa's exhibition 'fantasmagoria' closes at the end of this week (last day Thursday 29 March) so please don't miss the chance to see new work by one of Japan's leading artist filmmakers. The exhibition includes the extraordinary 'ulo.ulo.uo' (pictured here), a 30-minute ... Final week: Hiraki Sawa's exhibition 'fantasmagoria' closes at the end of this week (last day Thursday 29 March) so please don't miss the chance to see new work by one of Japan's leading artist filmmakers. The exhibition includes the extraordinary 'ulo.ulo.uo' (pictured here), a 30-minute film focusing on a series of surreal actions performed in darkness in a snow-bound landscape. Set on the frozen Lake Shuparo in Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island, the film follows a figure (the artist Tetsuya Umeda) as he performs a series of enigmatic actions lit only by a stark light bulb, creating magical effects and striking images. — The gallery is open from Tue-Thu this week, 10-6. For further information please visit www.parafin.co.uk

#pfn #parafin #parafinlondon #parafingallery #hirakisawa #fantasmagoria #ulouloulo #film #video #installation #japan #hokkaido #lakeshuparo #frozenlake #japanesecontemporaryart
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Twisted Oyster Film & New Media Festival opened last week on the 3rd Friday! Which piece caught your ...
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Twisted Oyster Film & New Media Festival opened last week on the 3rd Friday! Which piece caught your eyes? The festival seeks to include works that focus on global warming, species in extinction, and dependency of natural resources. Each year the festival opens with a Time-based Media ... Twisted Oyster Film & New Media Festival opened last week on the 3rd Friday! Which piece caught your eyes?

The festival seeks to include works that focus on global warming, species in extinction, and dependency of natural resources. Each year the festival opens with a Time-based Media Art Exhibition, and this year the festival called for installation works, web, virtual and augmented reality art and experimental photography.

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#artforthepeople #twistedoysterfilmfestival #vitalsigns #experimentalfilm #globalwarming #extinctspecies #naturalresources #timebasedmedia #filmfestival #zhoub #zhoubartcenter #3rdfriday #climatechange #climateaction #life #ocean #water #oceans #photography #video #installationart #rethinkplastic #saveourplanet #saveouroceans #saveourseas #planetearth #mossart #antarctica #arctic #recycle
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“When I’m looking into the Goat Cheese Baiser” (2001) and “Lütte mit Rucola” (2006) are the two large ...
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“When I’m looking into the Goat Cheese Baiser” (2001) and “Lütte mit Rucola” (2006) are the two large installations at the center of “The Next Quasi-Complex”, the new exhibition project by John Bock at @fondazioneprada in Milan: the objects on display exist both as actual settings and tools ... “When I’m looking into the Goat Cheese Baiser” (2001) and “Lütte mit Rucola” (2006) are the two large installations at the center of “The Next Quasi-Complex”, the new exhibition project by John Bock at @fondazioneprada in Milan: the objects on display exist both as actual settings and tools from John Bock’s lectures or remains of his film sets. When transformed into an installation, Bock defines this kind of assemblage as a “summutation”, the mutation of what is left after a lecture or after a film shoot has taken place.
From July 18th at #FondazionePrada
John Bock, When I'm looking into the Goat Cheese baiser, 2001, Installation with video, Photo: Knut Klaßen - © 2001 John Bock
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Installation views of my show "Fallout" at @cortonaotm Cortona On The Move International Photo ...
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Installation views of my show "Fallout" at @cortonaotm Cortona On The Move International Photo Festival which opened last week. Had an amazing week at the festival, opening the exhibition on nuclear weapons, originally commissioned for the Nobel Peace Prize, by the Nobels Fredssenter ... Installation views of my show "Fallout" at @cortonaotm Cortona On The Move International Photo Festival which opened last week.

Had an amazing week at the festival, opening the exhibition on nuclear weapons, originally commissioned for the Nobel Peace Prize, by the Nobels Fredssenter | Nobel Peace Center. @nobelpeaceoslo
In Cortona, the diptychs, video installation and singles I created are installed in what used to be a butcher’s basement cellar and meat storage in the heart of Cortona town — creating a chilly, bunker-like atmosphere appropriate to the work.

All this has been possible because of the work and support of two powerful and inspiring women, festival curator Arianna Rinaldo @larinaldo and Nobel Peace Centre exhibitions director Liv Astrid Sverdrup.
I had some interesting questions and conversations with visitors on these opening days, about my intentions and choice of visual language for this project, and gave an artist talk moderated by Liv Astrid.

It’s been wonderful to exhibit alongside a slate of women photographers at this year’s festival; each of the shows were thoughtfully curated and installed. Thanks so much, Arianna and your team!
Thanks to National Arts Council Singapore for a grant to present this work at Cortona.
With thanks also to Nobel Peace Centre director Liv Tørres and Ian Johnson for flying in to lend their support at the Cortona opening! "Fallout" is on at Cortona, Tuscany, till 30 September:
http://www.cortonaonthemove.com/en/exhibit/sim-chi-yin/
http://www.cortonaonthemove.com/

It is also still showing at the Nobel Peace Centre Museum in Oslo, till late November.

And now, I’ve just landed in Singapore to install a new version of this show, titled "Most People Were Silent", at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, opening this Friday 20 July evening! All are welcome! https://www.lasalle.edu.sg/events/sim-chi-yin-most-people-were-silent/ @magnumphotos @goodbyenukes
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From the #ChisenhaleArchive: #EdAtkins' exhibition 'Us Dead Talk Love' (2012). ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ For his ...
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From the #ChisenhaleArchive: #EdAtkins' exhibition 'Us Dead Talk Love' (2012). ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ For his exhibition at #ChisenhaleGallery, Atkins produced a new two-channel video work and surround-sound installation set against a backdrop of collaged panels. 'Us Dead Talk Love' (2012) focused ... From the #ChisenhaleArchive: #EdAtkins' exhibition 'Us Dead Talk Love' (2012). ⠀⠀
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For his exhibition at #ChisenhaleGallery, Atkins produced a new two-channel video work and surround-sound installation set against a backdrop of collaged panels. 'Us Dead Talk Love' (2012) focused on a dialogue between two cadavers that reflects upon immanence, representation and narcissism. Atkins describes the work as ‘a tragedy of love, intimacy, incoherence and eyelashes.’⠀
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There are only two days left to see Leo Villareal’s first solo exhibition in Asia, “ESCAPE VELOCITY,” at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. On view at 12/F, H Queen’s through Friday, September 7, “ESCAPE VELOCITY” features three large Cloud Drawings and an edition of small Cloud Drawings, and three ... ✨There are only two days left to see Leo Villareal’s first solo exhibition in Asia, “ESCAPE VELOCITY,” at Pace Gallery in Hong Kong. On view at 12/F, H Queen’s through Friday, September 7, “ESCAPE VELOCITY” features three large Cloud Drawings and an edition of small Cloud Drawings, and three new triptych works, similar to @leo_villareal’s "Signature of the Invisible," recently exhibited at @artbasel. Composed on a square array of LED lights arranged in columns, each Cloud Drawing has its own unique, randomized sequence that evokes natural phenomena through abstract patterns and emergent, unexpected behaviors of monochromatic light.
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#LeoVillareal’s three 4K OLED triptychs, "Evanescence," "Floating Bodies," and "Corona," stretch over 8 feet wide and display high-resolution particle animations created with the artist’s custom software that allows him to further extend the clarity and manipulation of light. A delicate black scrim will hang in the gallery, creating a porous boundary between the two series and enhancing the immersive quality of the installation.
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Video: “Leo Villareal: ESCAPE VELOCITY,” July 20 – September 7, 2018, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong © Leo Villareal
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Currently showing at 4A is Temporary Certainty - Rushdi Anwar, Alana Hunt, Sarker Protick Temporary ...
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Currently showing at 4A is Temporary Certainty - Rushdi Anwar, Alana Hunt, Sarker Protick Temporary Certainty is shaped by an investigation of sudden shifts of historical change wrought by complex interventions in the greater Asia region. Showcasing new works from Australian artists ... Currently showing at 4A is Temporary Certainty - Rushdi Anwar, Alana Hunt, Sarker Protick
Temporary Certainty is shaped by an investigation of sudden shifts of historical change wrought by complex interventions in the greater Asia region. Showcasing new works from Australian artists Rushdi Anwar and Alana Hunt alongside a new body of work from Sarker Protick, this exhibition brings together three distinct voices that share long-standing commitments to humanitarian and activist concerns.
Exhibition dates: 31 August – 14 October 2018
@4a_aus
Image details: Alana Hunt, ​Faith in a pile of stones, ​2018, installation incorporating photography, video and sound, dimensions variable , archival video appropriated from 'Ord River Dam' produced by Film Associates Pty Ltd for Public Works Department WA (currently Water Corporation WA); Photography: B. Lobascher and http://hJ.Green; Narration: D. Ellery. Commissioned by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, courtesy the artist.
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'It’s interesting that there is still a dedicated community of people – almost like a last generation ...
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'It’s interesting that there is still a dedicated community of people – almost like a last generation – that still use libraries despite the fact that these spaces have become increasingly run down or started to close. In some ways, I think there’s an element of class division. When you’re ... 'It’s interesting that there is still a dedicated community of people – almost like a last generation – that still use libraries despite the fact that these spaces have become increasingly run down or started to close. In some ways, I think there’s an element of class division. When you’re in a certain circle and you don’t step out of that, you don’t end up seeing other things.' Go to our blog to read more about the thinking behind Madiha Aijaz's new video work These Silences Are All The Words
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The film will be presented as part of Liverpool Biennial 2018 @openeyegallery and is commissioned by Liverpool Biennial, @karachibiennale and @the_tetley, as part of #NewNorthSouth, in collaboration with @hospitalfield and @roslarts.
#madihaaijaz #contemporaryart #visualart #exhibition #video #videoart #film #karachi #pakistan #library #liverpoolbiennial #LB2018
Image: Madiha Aijaz, These Silences Are All The Words, 2017-2018. Installation view at The Tetley, 2018. Image courtesy the artist and The Tetley. Photo: Jules Lister
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'Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974–1995' provides a new look at the historical context ...
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'Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974–1995' provides a new look at the historical context for artists working in sculpture, video, and installation and across media today. The exhibition features work by Dara Birnbaum, Ernst Caramelle, Takahiko Iimura, Shigeko Kubota, Mary Lucier, ... 'Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974–1995' provides a new look at the historical context for artists working in sculpture, video, and installation and across media today. The exhibition features work by Dara Birnbaum, Ernst Caramelle, Takahiko Iimura, Shigeko Kubota, Mary Lucier, Muntadas, Tony Oursler, Nam June Paik, Friederike Pezold, Diana Thater, and Maria Vedder. Join us at SculptureCenter for the Opening Reception on Sunday, September 16, 5-7pm.

Ernst Caramelle, ‘Video Ping-Pong,’ 1974. Two-channel, video installation, two monitors, two media players, metal shelves, Ping Pong table, paddles, and balls, sound. Courtesy the artist and Generali Foundation, Vienna Photo: Peter Harris Studio
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Here’s the promo video I filmed and edited for "Growing Into Roots", the new exhibition by @kozyceramics opening Saturday, September 8th, 2018 at @GiantRobot’s GR2 Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. The opening runs from 6:30-10 PM and the exhibition will be on view through September 26th. Giant ... Here’s the promo video I filmed and edited for "Growing Into Roots", the new exhibition by @kozyceramics opening Saturday, September 8th, 2018 at @GiantRobot’s GR2 Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. The opening runs from 6:30-10 PM and the exhibition will be on view through September 26th.

Giant Robot GR2 Gallery
2062 Sawtelle Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 20025

Kozy is presenting an installation of over 160 new ceramic sculptures, including 140+ new figures in her ongoing "Bunny Primitive" series. (Video made by @dan.kitchens)
#ceramicsculpture #ceramics #modernceramics #kozyndan @kozyndan #stopmotion #stopmotionanimation #animation #diy #sonya7ii #losangelesart #losangelesartsceneisit
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Sol LeWitt was born on this day in 1928. Celebrate this pioneering conceptual artist with a visit ...
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Sol LeWitt was born on this day in 1928. Celebrate this pioneering conceptual artist with a visit to the Gallery to see the special exhibition Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings: Expanding a Legacy, on view through January 27, 2019. The Gallery is proud and honored to be the home of the Sol LeWitt Wall ... Sol LeWitt was born on this day in 1928. Celebrate this pioneering conceptual artist with a visit to the Gallery to see the special exhibition Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings: Expanding a Legacy, on view through January 27, 2019. The Gallery is proud and honored to be the home of the Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing Archive and study center. More than a decade after LeWitt's death, his #walldrawings continue to be installed around the world under the direction of our own John Hogan, who worked with the artist for many years. LeWitt's Wall Drawings are akin to musical scores, and with an installation crew as instrumentalists, and Hogan as conductor, they can be performed again and again—always according to the artist's vision yet unique in each incarnation. You can watch a video in the exhibition to observe #lewittwalldrawings in process with footage from our current exhibition as well as from the installation of the @massmoca #sollewitt #walldrawing retrospective.
This photo captures three @yale vocalists—left to right, Emil Beckford, MY '20, Sofia Campoamor, MC '20, and Jacob Miller, JE '20—who performed vocal responses to the exhibition on Thursday evening, just one of the menu of programs at the community open house welcoming the museum's new director Stephanie Wiles. We are grateful to everyone who attended and to all the students and fellows who contributed to a wonderful evening.
#freeandopentothepublic #freeadmission #sollewittwalldrawings #expandingalegacy #conceptualartist #conceptualart #paulimurraycollege #jonathanedwardscollege #morsecollege #onview #stephaniewiles #lewittwalldrawing610 #acapella @mixedcompany
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Join us tonight for the opening of #OliverBeer’s exhibition ‘Household Gods’ at our Paris gallery, from 6 to 8pm! The exhibition features new sound installations and sculptural works, which reflect the artist’s current exploration of the relationship between sound and form, and the ... Join us tonight for the opening of #OliverBeer’s exhibition ‘Household Gods’ at our Paris gallery, from 6 to 8pm!

The exhibition features new sound installations and sculptural works, which reflect the artist’s current exploration of the relationship between sound and form, and the innate musicality of the physical world. A new performance piece will also be presented on its opening day at 6pm.

The 'Household Gods' of the title refer to physical objects, placed on plinths and idolized to the point where they can sing. In the main space of the gallery, they are given voices and raised to the status of household divinities. Beer uses microphones to amplify the ambient sound ricocheting within the internal spaces of the objects, creating acoustic feedback loops, that allow us to hear the innate sound of each object. The installation gives rise to a complex narrative of cultural assimilation, appropriation and access.
In the upper gallery, Beer’s new black two-dimensional sculptures confront perceptions of space, sound and materiality. Intensely personal and symbolic items from Beer’s life become drawings of themselves and are ossified in infinite empty space.

Video by @nikolaisaoulski
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Subodh Gupta’s ‘People Tree’ features in the artist’s retrospective exhibition ‘Adda / Rendez-vous’, ...
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Subodh Gupta’s ‘People Tree’ features in the artist’s retrospective exhibition ‘Adda / Rendez-vous’, now in its final weeks on view at Monnaie de Paris (@monnaiedeparis) through 26 August 2018. – Showcasing the diversity of Subodh Gupta’s practice, the exhibition features iconic ... Subodh Gupta’s ‘People Tree’ features in the artist’s retrospective exhibition ‘Adda / Rendez-vous’, now in its final weeks on view at Monnaie de Paris (@monnaiedeparis) through 26 August 2018. –
Showcasing the diversity of Subodh Gupta’s practice, the exhibition features iconic sculptures using stainless steels pots and pans, such as ‘People Tree’ (2018), a 10-metre banyan tree in the museum courtyard, ‘Very Hungry God’ (2006), for which Gupta is best known, and cast found objects such as ‘Two Cows’ (2003), alongside very new works, like ‘Unknown Treasure’ (2017) and the video titled ‘Seven Billion Light Years’ (2016). While varied in material, the body of work is defined by the artist’s continuous exploration of ritual and spirituality in everyday life. Subodh Gupta sees the exhibition as a place for meetings or rendezvous to trigger discussions, exchanges and debates just like the Hindi concept «Adda».

Gupta (b. 1964) lives and works in Delhi and trained as a painter before going on to work with a variety of media including painting, performance, video, photography, sculpture, and installation. The exhibition takes place in the historic salons of 11 Conti along the banks of the Seine, and extends up the main stairway and the inner courtyard of the Monnaie de Paris with works conceived especially for this retrospective.
#SubodhGupta #AddaRendezvous #PeopleTree #Sculpture #Installation #StainlessSteel #FoundObjects #Ritual #Spirituality #Meeting #Rendezvous #Adda #EverydayLife #Artist #Painting #Video #Performance #ContemporaryArtist #Retrospective #Exhibition #MonnaiedeParis
Image: Subodh Gupta, People Tree, 2018. Installation view, Monnaie de Paris, Paris, France, 2018. © Subodh Gupta
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Working on a new video installation and photographs that will culminate in a publication and collection, ...
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Working on a new video installation and photographs that will culminate in a publication and collection, Ex Nihilio, a collaboration with @alyxstudio @okrm_london @matthewmwilliams @in_other_words_imprint Coming to Paris in June and a full exhibition in Milan in September. Working on a new video installation and photographs that will culminate in a publication and collection, Ex Nihilio, a collaboration with @alyxstudio @okrm_london @matthewmwilliams @in_other_words_imprint
Coming to Paris in June and a full exhibition in Milan in September.
Last weekend, Columbia University Visual Arts MFA candidates and recent alumni presented new ...
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Last weekend, Columbia University Visual Arts MFA candidates and recent alumni presented new video, sound, performance, and installation-based artworks in response to the Jewish Museum’s dynamic collection exhibition "Scenes from the Collection." : @sarawass Last weekend, Columbia University Visual Arts MFA candidates and recent alumni presented new video, sound, performance, and installation-based artworks in response to the Jewish Museum’s dynamic collection exhibition "Scenes from the Collection." 📷: @sarawass
You can see my new video installation #DUST at my solo exhibition “It’s possible to imagine what ...
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You can see my new video installation #DUST at my solo exhibition “It’s possible to imagine what will remain after” on the 27th of April at #annanovagallery #mariaagureeva You can see my new video installation #DUST at my solo exhibition “It’s possible to imagine what will remain after” on the 27th of April at #annanovagallery #mariaagureeva
Some pics of our Texture of Light exhibition last week with @thibautevrard @barneykass and our ...
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Some pics of our Texture of Light exhibition last week with @thibautevrard @barneykass and our 4000 pieces! Thank you @marcoszegers for documenting it so beautifully, new video to come! And thanks to everyone who helped in the process @rcaied @reaper_crew9 @estudioibanez - #light #shadow ... Some pics of our Texture of Light exhibition last week with @thibautevrard @barneykass and our 4000 pieces! Thank you @marcoszegers for documenting it so beautifully, new video to come! And thanks to everyone who helped in the process @rcaied @reaper_crew9 @estudioibanez -
#light #shadow #sound #space #surface #wall #installation #movement #immersion #illusion #white #intraaction #system #architecture #scale
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Opening tonight at The Kitchen <span class="emoji emoji1f525"></span><span class="emoji emoji1f525"></span> Charles Atlas presents two new #video installations in a gallery ...
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Opening tonight at The Kitchen Charles Atlas presents two new #video installations in a gallery exhibition entitled the past is here, the futures are coming. Public opening 6–8pm. • Charles Atlas, 2003, 2018. Four-channel color video installation with sound, 36 min. Courtesy of ... Opening tonight at The Kitchen 🔥🔥 Charles Atlas presents two new #video installations in a gallery exhibition entitled the past is here, the futures are coming. Public opening 6–8pm.

Charles Atlas, 2003, 2018. Four-channel color video installation with sound, 36 min. Courtesy of the Artist and @luhringaugustine. #thepastisherethefuturesarecoming #charlesatlas #thekitchen #thekitchennyc #artopening
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‘Mark Wallinger. Study for Self Reflection’ opens this week at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street. ...
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‘Mark Wallinger. Study for Self Reflection’ opens this week at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street. Featuring new paintings and two large-scale sculptures presented for the first time to an American audience, ‘Study for Self Reflection’ extends Wallinger’s career-long engagement ... ‘Mark Wallinger. Study for Self Reflection’ opens this week at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street. Featuring new paintings and two large-scale sculptures presented for the first time to an American audience, ‘Study for Self Reflection’ extends Wallinger’s career-long engagement with ideas of power, authority, artifice, and illusion. The theme of reflection is central to Wallinger’s oeuvre; the artist deploys it to probe questions about the psyche and the self, and to challenge our attachment to our identities and the socio-cultural mechanisms that inform them.

Entering the gallery, visitors are confronted with ‘Superego’ (2016), a sculpture composed of a mirrored triangular prism rotating atop a post. Inspired by the revolving New Scotland Yard sign, which marks the entrance of London’s police headquarters, ‘Superego’ directly references this symbol of authority; Wallinger interprets the sign’s constant motion as the unremitting and omniscient eye of law enforcement. In distilling this totem, Wallinger produces an enigmatic symbol of intimidation and dominance. While the sculpture’s seductive surface appeals to our own desire for self-reflection and recognition, its position above viewers’ heads denies direct access to our mirrored image.

One of Britain’s foremost contemporary artists, Wallinger is recognized for his rich and complex body of work, spanning painting, sculpture, installation, printmaking, video, performance, and photography. ’Study for Self Reflection’, the Turner prize-winning artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery in the United States, will be view from 13 September through 27 October 2018.
#MarkWallinger #SelfReflection #Superego #Mirror #Reflection #NewScotlandYard #Sculpture #Installation #Painting #Identity #Mechanism #Power #Illusion #ContemporaryArt #ComingSoon #HWNewYork #HauserWirth
Image: Mark Wallinger, Superego, 2016 © Mark Wallinger. Photo: Alex Delfanne
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Iris Bernblum, “Today is a New Day”, 2016. Video Still, Installation view, HD video in reflective ...
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Iris Bernblum, “Today is a New Day”, 2016. Video Still, Installation view, HD video in reflective room. Solo Exhibition at Chicago Artists Coalition #irisbernblum #soloshow #video Iris Bernblum, “Today is a New Day”, 2016. Video Still, Installation view, HD video in reflective room. Solo Exhibition at Chicago Artists Coalition

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Opening tomorrow @nottm_contemp — #PiaCamil's "Split Wall" Working with textile installation, ...
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Opening tomorrow @nottm_contemp — #PiaCamil's "Split Wall" Working with textile installation, ceramics, and video, Mexican artist Pia Camil highlights the shortcomings of consumerism and globalization through works that are playful, interactive, and participatory. The gallery ... Opening tomorrow @nottm_contemp — #PiaCamil's "Split Wall"

Working with textile installation, ceramics, and video, Mexican artist Pia Camil highlights the shortcomings of consumerism and globalization through works that are playful, interactive, and participatory.

The gallery space will be theatrically divided by a large curtain constructed from T-shirts that were originally manufactured in Latin America for export and then illicitly sold back to Mexico for resale in street markets. Camil will be presenting new commissions including a usable hammock sewn from discarded jeans, and creating intimate and social spaces within the gallery.

The exhibition also features Camil's ceramic masks, inspired by jewelry display busts and Carl Jung's concept of persona — one's public mask or public image — along with a new video produced in collaboration with writer Gabriela Jauregui.
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<span class="emoji emoji1f6a8"></span>Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the gallery's representation of Jacolby Satterwhite<span class="emoji emoji1f6a8"></span> • Satterwhite ...
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Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the gallery's representation of Jacolby Satterwhite • Satterwhite is part of a leading generation of artists who have mastered the visual language of new technology. His conceptual practice addresses crucial themes of labor, consumption, ... 🚨Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the gallery's representation of Jacolby Satterwhite🚨

Satterwhite is part of a leading generation of artists who have mastered the visual language of new technology. His conceptual practice addresses crucial themes of labor, consumption, sex and fantasy through immersive installation, virtual reality and digital media. “Avenue B,” his new video, will debut in this year’s summer film series at the gallery from July 20-24, 2018 and his first solo exhibition will take place in the fall of 2019.

Jacolby Satterwhite, ‘Avenue B,’ 2018, still image of 3D animation and video. © Jacolby Satterwhite
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Currently showing at Mosman Art Gallery is 'New Scared' The exhibition New Sacred has been developed ...
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Currently showing at Mosman Art Gallery is 'New Scared' The exhibition New Sacred has been developed as a partnership between Parramatta Artists Studios and Mosman Art Gallery in response to critical discourses in contemporary Australian art practices concerning storytelling through ... Currently showing at Mosman Art Gallery is 'New Scared'

The exhibition New Sacred has been developed as a partnership between Parramatta Artists Studios and Mosman Art Gallery in response to critical discourses in contemporary Australian art practices concerning storytelling through ritual, cultural traditions, narratives and folklore.
New Sacred includes newly commissioned and recent artworks by nine contemporary Australian artists who are current residents or Alumni of the Parramatta Artists Studios. Together the artists work across a range of art media including installation, performance, video, painting and cross disciplinary practices, some with direct reference to and engagement with culturally rich artisan traditions.
Artists include: Adorned, Khadim Ali, Cigdem Aydemir, Keg de Souza, Mehwish Iqbal, Elena Papanikolakis, Marikit Santiago, Salote Tawale and Shireen Taweel.
Exhibition show until the 8th September
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Image courtesy of Mosman Art Gallery
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Galina Shevchenko Becoming a Cyborg, 2018 Digital embroidery, digital video, reflective mylar. Vital ...
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Galina Shevchenko Becoming a Cyborg, 2018 Digital embroidery, digital video, reflective mylar. Vital Signs: Twisted Oyster Film & New Media Festival and Time-based Media Art Exhibition July 20 - August 5 On view at Zhou B Art Center Becoming a Cyborg explores the notion of possibility ... Galina Shevchenko
Becoming a Cyborg, 2018
Digital embroidery, digital video, reflective mylar.

Vital Signs: Twisted Oyster Film & New Media Festival and Time-based Media Art Exhibition
July 20 - August 5
On view at Zhou B Art Center

Becoming a Cyborg explores the notion of possibility of procreation in the dystopian future. What if we lose our ability to procreate naturally, would we be able to come up with the viable digital substitution? What does our offspring look like? What will they inherit? I'm luxuriating in the process of digital procreation, nurturing my digitally produced trickster offspring, cradling it in the waterfall blanket of reflective mylar, traditionally used to enhance the sunlight in a green house. Despite protruding wounds and distortions my digital progeny firmly floats on its high heels, emanating the powerful feminine spirit, and profound gaze despite its deceiving fragility.

Galina Shevchenko is a Moscow born, Chicago based multimedia artist. Her work has been shown at numerous venues nationally and internationally, including international art fairs in Miami and Chicago, Berlin's Director's Lounge Video Festival, New York's Red Shift Film Festival, Chicago's Motion Graphics Festival, Media ART LAB segment of Moscow International Film Festival where her work took a second prize in 2007, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago and numerous Chicago art galleries.

Galina's visual language coexists across her live video performance, animation, video installation and immersive video environments that she creates for art galleries, theatrical happenings and multimedia festivals. She loves to combine vernacular visual elements with archetypical and cultural icons creating exquisite combinations of high and pop, classical and postmodern. Whether it is a video, a painting, an animation or a design object, Galina's work is baroque and provocative, it teases and questions, seduces and demands... ultimately it is a delicious visual treat.

#artforthepeople #cyborg #vitalsigns #embroidery #digitalembroidery #twistedoyster #timebasedart #dystopia #procreate #offspring #videoart #performance #animation #baroque #provocative
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Congratulations to New Image Art alumni artist @meganwhitmarsh and her collaborative partner ...
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Congratulations to New Image Art alumni artist @meganwhitmarsh and her collaborative partner @jagangormarsh for their installation and and video art being shown @hammer_museum #madeinla exhibition Congratulations to New Image Art alumni artist @meganwhitmarsh and her collaborative partner @jagangormarsh for their installation and and video art being shown @hammer_museum #madeinla exhibition
Sentient. Part of my Fractions Installation / exhibition. This show was built in 21 days and was ...
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Sentient. Part of my Fractions Installation / exhibition. This show was built in 21 days and was a super mad rush to the end with prob 30% of the content install not getting finished.. I mean does it ever end? The work was based around the concept of me doing a month long residency at Cult and Harper ... Sentient. Part of my Fractions Installation / exhibition. This show was built in 21 days and was a super mad rush to the end with prob 30% of the content install not getting finished.. I mean does it ever end?
The work was based around the concept of me doing a month long residency at Cult and Harper Gallery with the purpose of stopping and thinking about my work and its meaning through conceptualising new ideologies through different materials, experimentation and political metaphors.
It took 10 days to come up with the works in my head and me taking it forward as a responsive political work. Animal Liberations with a particular focus on the extreme death rate of baby lambs on Australian Farms every winter.. 12-15 million every single winter. All so people can have Spring Lamb. :(
The work ranged from murals to canvases, video projection, neon install, daub and shrines.
I paid respect to 2 specific individual baby lambs that died from organ failure through hypothermia in this show, Liam and Hope, rip. One painted mural installation and one shrine. Their stories were heartbreaking and as sad as it was I am glad they got some shining light for the short yet horrible lives they lived... Motherless, alone with a slow scary death.
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Last But not least a massive thank you to Aimee Weber from @theveganalliance and @adelaideagainstliveexport for being a boss babe and opening my show with all the words.
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Spring / Printemps 2018 @neverapartmtl. . Photo from last night’s vernissage and one of my favourite ...
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Spring / Printemps 2018 @neverapartmtl. . Photo from last night’s vernissage and one of my favourite exhibits. ‘Cut-Outs' are full scale collages by Janina Anderson @janinavanderson, one of four new exhibitions. . #janinaanderson #cutouts #spring #collage #nationalgeographic ... Spring / Printemps 2018 @neverapartmtl.
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Photo from last night’s vernissage and one of my favourite exhibits. ‘Cut-Outs' are full scale collages by Janina Anderson @janinavanderson, one of four new exhibitions.
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#janinaanderson #cutouts #spring #collage #nationalgeographic #art #artist #painting #music #video #film #culture #unity #montreal #mileex #mileend #mtlmoments #neverapart #creative #creativity #startup #nonprofit #installation #exhibition #gallery #design
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KOREA: #Repost @athrart ・・・ Sara Abu Abdullah’s new video installation "The House That Ate Them ...
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KOREA: #Repost @athrart ・・・ Sara Abu Abdullah’s new video installation "The House That Ate Them Whole” is taking part in the 12th Gwangju Biennale Exhibition “Imagined Borders” in Gwangju Metropolitan City @gwangjubiennale @sarahabuabdallah . Date: 7 September - 11 November, 2018 For ... KOREA:
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Sara Abu Abdullah’s new video installation "The House That Ate Them Whole” is taking part in the 12th Gwangju Biennale Exhibition “Imagined Borders” in Gwangju Metropolitan City @gwangjubiennale @sarahabuabdallah .
Date: 7 September - 11 November, 2018
For more information: www.gwangjubiennale.com
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The House That Ate Them Whole, a video installation with a 10-minuets loop, is commissioned for this year’s Gwangju Biennale. The video revolves around a sci-fi themed story of a house as a protagonist, which over time “swallows” its residents by covering them with domestic items, and, in effect, it creates an inescapable black hole. Told from the unusual viewpoint of the house as a living entity, Sarah Abu Abdallah’s House is a trap whose personification, initially seen as safe and secure, becomes as aggressive violent space that eats up its inhabitants This sci-fi story subverts the given order of things and questions issues of domestic space, gendered social divisions, and space restrictions.
#GwangjuBiennale2018 #GwangjuBiennale #SarahAbuAbdallah #art #contemporaryart #videoinstallation
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Sara Abu Abdullah’s new video installation "The House That Ate Them Whole” is taking part in the ...
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Sara Abu Abdullah’s new video installation "The House That Ate Them Whole” is taking part in the 12th Gwangju Biennale Exhibition “Imagined Borders” in Gwangju Metropolitan City @gwangjubiennale @sarahabuabdallah . Date: 7 September - 11 November, 2018 For more information: www.gwangjubiennale.com . The ... Sara Abu Abdullah’s new video installation "The House That Ate Them Whole” is taking part in the 12th Gwangju Biennale Exhibition “Imagined Borders” in Gwangju Metropolitan City @gwangjubiennale @sarahabuabdallah .
Date: 7 September - 11 November, 2018
For more information: www.gwangjubiennale.com
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The House That Ate Them Whole, a video installation with a 10-minuets loop, is commissioned for this year’s Gwangju Biennale. The video revolves around a sci-fi themed story of a house as a protagonist, which over time “swallows” its residents by covering them with domestic items, and, in effect, it creates an inescapable black hole. Told from the unusual viewpoint of the house as a living entity, Sarah Abu Abdallah’s House is a trap whose personification, initially seen as safe and secure, becomes as aggressive violent space that eats up its inhabitants This sci-fi story subverts the given order of things and questions issues of domestic space, gendered social divisions, and space restrictions.
#GwangjuBiennale2018 #GwangjuBiennale #SarahAbuAbdallah #art #contemporaryart #videoinstallation
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Large-scale works by the pioneering film, video, and installation artist Diana Thater are currently ...
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Large-scale works by the pioneering film, video, and installation artist Diana Thater are currently on view at the ICA Watershed, a new satellite space of @icaboston​ housed inside a former copper pipe factory. Displayed on what the artist calls a "broken video wall" of six glowing screens ... Large-scale works by the pioneering film, video, and installation artist Diana Thater are currently on view at the ICA Watershed, a new satellite space of @icaboston​ housed inside a former copper pipe factory. Displayed on what the artist calls a "broken video wall" of six glowing screens on the floor of the exhibition space, this installation has been conceived to place the viewer simultaneously both inside and outside the work. Collectively, the works on view in the Watershed reflect a primary emphasis of Thater’s practice: the tension between the natural environment and mediated reality, and, by extension, between the tamed and the wild, science and magic. …
Pictured: Installation View, Diana Thater, the ICA  Watershed, 2018. Courtesy the artist. Photo by Liza Voll. Photography © Diana Thater.
#ICAwatershed #DianaThater #ICAboston #DavidZwirner
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‘Embodied’ is the first solo exhibition of Chiharu Shiota’s work in an Australian public gallery. ...
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‘Embodied’ is the first solo exhibition of Chiharu Shiota’s work in an Australian public gallery. Spanning 25 years, this exhibition explores Shiota’s early performances captured through photography and video as well as presenting new sculptures, drawings and paintings. Co-curators ... ‘Embodied’ is the first solo exhibition of Chiharu Shiota’s work in an Australian public gallery. Spanning 25 years, this exhibition explores Shiota’s early performances captured through photography and video as well as presenting new sculptures, drawings and paintings. Co-curators Leigh Robb and Rusty Kelty introduce the exhibition at our lunchtime talk this Tuesday 4 September at 12.30pm in Gallery 9. #chiharushiota #artgalleryofsa⠀
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Installation view: Chiharu Shiota: Embodied, 2018, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; photo: Saul Steed
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Now open in our South Galleries: "Marianna Simnett: Blood in My Milk." Bringing together new multi-screen ...
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Now open in our South Galleries: "Marianna Simnett: Blood in My Milk." Bringing together new multi-screen edits of four of #MariannaSimnett’s most important works to date, this exhibition is a survey of her filmic universe and an exploration of her ongoing preoccupation with anxieties ... Now open in our South Galleries: "Marianna Simnett: Blood in My Milk."
Bringing together new multi-screen edits of four of #MariannaSimnett’s most important works to date, this exhibition is a survey of her filmic universe and an exploration of her ongoing preoccupation with anxieties around the body and the self.
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Marianna Simnett, "Blood In My Milk," 2018 (still). 5-channel HD video installation with 9.1 surround sound; 73 min. Courtesy the artist and Jerwood/FVU Awards
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<span class="emoji emoji1f4fa"></span><span class="emoji emoji1f4fa"></span><span class="emoji emoji1f4fa"></span> One more week to see the first large-scale retrospective of theater visionary #RezaAbdoh’s ...
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One more week to see the first large-scale retrospective of theater visionary #RezaAbdoh’s work, on view at MoMA PS1 through Monday, September 3. Borrowing from fairy tales, BDSM, talk shows, raves, video art, and the history of avant-garde theater, Reza relentlessly pushed his actors—and ... 📺📺📺 One more week to see the first large-scale retrospective of theater visionary #RezaAbdoh’s work, on view at MoMA PS1 through Monday, September 3. Borrowing from fairy tales, BDSM, talk shows, raves, video art, and the history of avant-garde theater, Reza relentlessly pushed his actors—and audiences—to their limits amid ambitious, unusual, disorienting stage sets. The exhibition highlights the diverse video works that Abdoh produced for his performances and an installation based on his 1991 production "Bogeyman," plus ephemera reflecting the club scenes in both Los Angeles and New York, the culture wars of the Reagan era, and the AIDS crisis. Although Reza Abdoh died of AIDS in 1995 at the age of 35, his mark on the world of theater is unmistakable. Learn more at mo.ma/reza.
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The SCHIRN presents a new work by the award-winning video and installation artist Neïl Beloufa. ...
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The SCHIRN presents a new work by the award-winning video and installation artist Neïl Beloufa. For “Global Agreement” (2018) Beloufa created walkable sculptural installations in the Schirn Rotunda, which is freely accessible to the public. #schirn #schirnkunsthalle #exhibition ... The SCHIRN presents a new work by the award-winning video and installation artist Neïl Beloufa. For “Global Agreement” (2018) Beloufa created walkable sculptural installations in the Schirn Rotunda, which is freely accessible to the public. #schirn #schirnkunsthalle #exhibition #neilbeloufa #contemporaryart #videoart #frankfurt #ffm
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Join us for the opening of the new work GLOBAL AGREEMENT by award-winning installation and video ...
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Join us for the opening of the new work GLOBAL AGREEMENT by award-winning installation and video artist NEÏL BELOUFA that shows his latest interest in the #army, #weapons, #fitness, #beauty, and the #body cult as well as in the staging of #power. TONIGHT 7PM! #schirn #schirnkunsthalle ... Join us for the opening of the new work GLOBAL AGREEMENT by award-winning installation and video artist NEÏL BELOUFA that shows his latest interest in the #army, #weapons, #fitness, #beauty, and the #body cult as well as in the staging of #power. TONIGHT 7PM! #schirn #schirnkunsthalle #opening #exhibition #neilbeloufa #contemporaryart #videoart #frankfurt #ffm #hotfitmilitary
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In conjunction with forthcoming exhibition, “Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul: Selections ...
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In conjunction with forthcoming exhibition, “Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul: Selections From The Light Work Collection,” Light Work and For Freedoms are collaborating on a series of billboard installations. The images and text that comprise these billboards aim to provoke conversations ... In conjunction with forthcoming exhibition, “Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul: Selections From The Light Work Collection,” Light Work and For Freedoms are collaborating on a series of billboard installations. The images and text that comprise these billboards aim to provoke conversations in our community that lead to civic engagement.
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Six of the installations are within the city of Syracuse, New York, and will be in various locations between August 13 - October 7, 2018.
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(photo credit) For Freedoms has enlisted renowned artists such as Carrie Mae Weems, a former Light Work Artist-in-Residence (1988), MacArthur Fellow (2013), and an ongoing collaborator in Syracuse University engagement projects, in the creation of billboards for “The 50 State Initiative.” Weems—a socially motivated photographer and video installation artist who invites contemplation of race, gender, and class—is an apt choice in a project aimed at provoking discussion on important issues facing the country. The inclusion of Weems’ piece, “With Democracy In The Balance There Is Only One Choice,” reflects Light Work’s long history of giving diverse artists an opportunity to create and share work that fosters dialogue in very difficult times of public discourse.
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@lightworkorg #lightworkorg #lightwork #lightworkair #lightworkexhibition #bestronganddonotbetrayyoursoul @carriemaeweems #carriemaeweems @forfreedoms #forfreedoms #50stateinitiative #artbillboard
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Our first exhibition in New York of the work of Yto Barrada opens tonight across floors 2, 7 & 9 of 32 ...
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Our first exhibition in New York of the work of Yto Barrada opens tonight across floors 2, 7 & 9 of 32 East 57th Street! Join the artist for a reception from 6–8 PM celebrating "How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself," a survey of the artist’s practice across the galleries of Pace, ... Our first exhibition in New York of the work of Yto Barrada opens tonight across floors 2, 7 & 9 of 32 East 57th Street! Join the artist for a reception from 6–8 PM celebrating "How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself," a survey of the artist’s practice across the galleries of Pace, @PaceMacGillGallery, and @PaceAfricanArt.
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For her first solo show with Pace in New York, #YtoBarrada situates her multi-disciplinary work—photography, video, installation, sculptures, books, and textile-based works—against the formal separation of these three branches of Pace. Barrada’s first internationally shown photographic project documented the urban and psychological transformation of her hometown of #Tangier, Morocco. This exhibition goes on from there to span two decades of work that weaves together personal and political narratives; reflects Barrada’s ongoing research into displacement and dislocation, modes of education, and forms of abstraction; and embraces the resistance and strategies of autodidacts. Playfulness, enigma and humor are hallmarks of Barrada’s tone, reinforcing rather than softening the ways she exposes structures of domination.
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Image: Installation view, "Yto Barrada: How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself," Apr 5 – May 5, 2018, Pace Gallery, New York © Yto Barrada
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Sondra Perry's first major U.S. museum exhibition opens at ICA @Miami MIAMI, FLA.- The Institute ...
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Sondra Perry's first major U.S. museum exhibition opens at ICA @Miami MIAMI, FLA.- The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami is presenting the country’s first solo exhibition by rising American artist Sondra Perry. Featuring work recently shown at Serpentine Gallery in London in a completely ... Sondra Perry's first major U.S. museum exhibition opens at ICA @Miami
MIAMI, FLA.- The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami is presenting the country’s first solo exhibition by rising American artist Sondra Perry. Featuring work recently shown at Serpentine Gallery in London in a completely new exhibition design for ICA Miami, Typhoon Coming On explores Perry’s use ofvideo, media, installation and performance to create powerful narratives that explore the intersection of black identity, digital culture and power. The exhibition opened this summer at ICA Miami on July 13.
Perry creates work about blackness, black femininity and African American heritage. Through her use of digital tools and platforms—from blue-screen technology and 3D avatars to found footage from the Internet—her works reflect on the ways digital technology can shape identity and representation. Net neutrality and principles of open access are key to Perry’s practice. Promoting ideas of collective production and action, she uses open source software to edit her work and leases it digitally for use in galleries and classrooms, while also making all her videos available for free online. As viral imagery of black deaths in the US are sensationalized, Perry aims to use this digital space to privilege black life, to democratize access to art and culture, and to offer a critical platform offering alternative narratives to the portrayal of blackness in mainstream media. Perry has said: “I’m interested in thinking about how blackness shifts, morphs, and embodies technology to combat oppression and surveillance throughout the diaspora. Black is agile.” “Sondra Perry's innovative work vividly explores some of the most imminent topics of our time, using digital media and technology to reflect upon themes in black identity, power and culture,” said Alex Gartenfeld, Artistic Director of ICA Miami. “Presenting the world’s most innovative talents and fostering the exchange of art and ideas is at the core of ICA Miami’s mission.” The title work Typhoon coming on, 2018, is an immersive large-scale video and sound installation visually referencing the J.M.W. Turner painting The Slave Ship, 1840. #sondraperry
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"Art is an effort to create, beside the real world, a more humane world.” – #AndreMaurois -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Congratulations ...
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"Art is an effort to create, beside the real world, a more humane world.” – #AndreMaurois -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Congratulations to the @icaboston / Director Jill Medvedow and Anmahian Winton Architects @aw_architects ... "Art is an effort to create, beside the real world, a more humane world.” – #AndreMaurois
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"A preview inside the Institute of Contemporary Art's new East Boston location, the ICA Watershed, reveals an expansive, open exhibition space that keeps some of the rugged character of the building's past a condemned sheet metal facility on the Boston Harbor Shipyard. The ICA will open the Watershed's door to the public on 7/4, with an exhibition of a video installation by artist Diana Thater. Today the ICA opened the doors of the Watershed for a press preview and ribbon-cutting with area officials.The 15,000-sq ft space is meant to expand the ICA's presence from the Seaport to East Boston, connecting two neighborhoods that have historically been isolated from the core of the city."The Watershed will deepen all of the work that the arts can do to bring us together," said ICA Director Jill Medvedow. Medvedow said the ICA would work to become part of the heavily immigrant and Latino E. Boston neighborhood, not just inhabit it. Signs next to the Thater's installation were written in English and Spanish, and Medvedow said the ICA would be holding regular tours of the new space in Spanish."
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For the new issue of The British Journal of Photography (@bjp1854) the Archive’s Daniel Boetker-Smith ...
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For the new issue of The British Journal of Photography (@bjp1854) the Archive’s Daniel Boetker-Smith interviewed Photo Kathmandu (@photoktm) Director NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati (@n.t.g.k) at length about the upcoming festival in Nepal which opens 12th October. The new issue of ... For the new issue of The British Journal of Photography (@bjp1854) the Archive’s Daniel Boetker-Smith interviewed Photo Kathmandu (@photoktm) Director NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati (@n.t.g.k) at length about the upcoming festival in Nepal which opens 12th October. The new issue of @bjp1854 ’The Portrait Issue’ is out now!!! 📷: Amrit Bahadur Chitrakar collection from @nepalpiclibrary ——- This year Photo Kathmandu is working with a curatorial framework that “puts a spotlight on gender, power, identity, patriarchy, and sexuality. Among its many exhibitions and projects, the festival will feature: ‘The Lightning Testimonies’ by @amarkanwar2017 Kanwar (India) – a multi-channel video installation that reflects upon the history of conflict in the Indian subcontinent through experiences of sexual violence; ‘The Public Life of Women’ co-curated by @diwasraja Kc and NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati – an exhibition developed from the archival materials collected for The Feminist Memory Project by @nepalpiclibrary; ‘There Are No Homosexuals in Iran” by @laurencerasti (Switzerland) – a work that questions the fragile nature of identity and gender concepts using photographs of Iranian gays and lesbians who are forced to live in anonymity; and ‘The Lost Head and the Bird’ by Sohrab Hura (India) – a film that presents a hallucinatory and chaotic reading of India’s current socio-political climate.
The festival will also hold several workshops by local and visiting practitioners including @k_koenning (Germany), @pablobartholomew (India), @kishorksg (Nepal), Uwe H. Martin (Germany), @shikharbhattarai (Nepal), Robert Godden (UK), @kevinwylee (Singapore), and @sumitdayal (India).
The festival will feature curatorial collaborations with @anshikavarma (India), Samantha Reinders (South Africa), and @asmitaparelkar (India), among others.” #photoktm #photoktm2018 #kathmandu #nepal #photofestival
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We're coming to London! "Strange Days: Memories of the Future," curated by our artistic director ...
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We're coming to London! "Strange Days: Memories of the Future," curated by our artistic director Massimiliano Gioni in collaboration with @thevinylfactory, opens on October 2 at @thestoresdotcom's The Store X 180 The Strand. The exhibition will present the work of twenty-one acclaimed ... We're coming to London! "Strange Days: Memories of the Future," curated by our artistic director Massimiliano Gioni in collaboration with @thevinylfactory, opens on October 2 at @thestoresdotcom's The Store X 180 The Strand.
The exhibition will present the work of twenty-one acclaimed artists and filmmakers who have shown video works at the New Museum in its ten years on the Bowery—including #KahlilJoseph, #JohnAkomfrah, #CamilleHenrot, and #PipilottiRist, among others.
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Pipilotti Rist, "4th Floor To Mildness," 2016. Video and sound installation with two projections onto two amorphous screens hanging horizontally from the ceiling, single and double beds with pillows and covers, four projectors, two moving mirrors, four media players, audio system, black sprinkler net, curtain, carpet, wall paint, neon; 8:11 min / 8:11 min / 7:03 min / 6:19 min. © Pipilotti Rist. Courtesy the artist, Hauser & Wirth, and Luhring Augustine. Music and text by Soap&Skin/Anja Plaschg, courtesy Flora Musikverlag and [PIAS] Recordings. Photo: Maris Hutchinson / EPW Studio
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In Do Ho Suh's My Home/s, a camera pans vertically and horizontally through individual rooms as ...
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In Do Ho Suh's My Home/s, a camera pans vertically and horizontally through individual rooms as if they were located in a single apartment block. A new version of the video work will be shown as part of the group exhibition Altering Home, opening next week at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary ... In Do Ho Suh's My Home/s, a camera pans vertically and horizontally through individual rooms as if they were located in a single apartment block. A new version of the video work will be shown as part of the group exhibition Altering Home, opening next week at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. The film will be projected in an empty house in the city, and will feature newly added footage. From 15 September 2018.⠀
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<span class="emoji emoji1f4fa"></span>It's the final week to see the first large-scale retrospective of theater visionary #RezaAbdoh’s ...
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It's the final week to see the first large-scale retrospective of theater visionary #RezaAbdoh’s work, on view at @MoMAPS1 through Monday, September 3. Borrowing from fairy tales, BDSM, talk shows, raves, video art, and the history of avant-garde theater, Reza relentlessly pushed ... 📺It's the final week to see the first large-scale retrospective of theater visionary #RezaAbdoh’s work, on view at @MoMAPS1 through Monday, September 3. Borrowing from fairy tales, BDSM, talk shows, raves, video art, and the history of avant-garde theater, Reza relentlessly pushed his actors—and audiences—to their limits amid ambitious, unusual, disorienting stage sets.
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The exhibition highlights the diverse video works that Abdoh produced for his performances and an installation based on his 1991 production "Bogeyman," plus ephemera reflecting the club scenes in both Los Angeles and New York, the culture wars of the Reagan era, and the AIDS crisis. Although Reza Abdoh died of AIDS in 1995 at the age of 35, his mark on the world of theater is unmistakable. Learn more at mo.ma/reza
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🌳 #JenniferSteinkamp captures the changing of the seasons in her mesmerizing video series “Mike ...
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🌳 #JenniferSteinkamp captures the changing of the seasons in her mesmerizing video series “Mike Kelley.” On view now in the exhibition “Digital Worlds.”⠀ •⠀ Jennifer #Steinkamp, “ #MikeKelley 14​”, 2007–08, video installation, #MFAH, Museum purchase funded by Isabel B. Wilson and ... 🌳 #JenniferSteinkamp captures the changing of the seasons in her mesmerizing video series “Mike Kelley.” On view now in the exhibition “Digital Worlds.”⠀
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Jennifer #Steinkamp, “ #MikeKelley 14​”, 2007–08, video installation, #MFAH, Museum purchase funded by Isabel B. Wilson and The Brown Foundation, Inc. © Jennifer Steinkamp, courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York
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American artist Rachel Rose brings her sensory video installations to the new Kunsthaus Bregenz ...
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American artist Rachel Rose brings her sensory video installations to the new Kunsthaus Bregenz for a immersive show that explores our experience of memory and perception in a digital age. #postmatter #kunsthausbregenz #rachelrose #film #immersive #installation #memory #digitalage ... American artist Rachel Rose brings her sensory video installations to the new Kunsthaus Bregenz for a immersive show that explores our experience of memory and perception in a digital age.
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 #Repost @bignickberlin I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition ...
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#Repost @bignickberlin I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna. It will feature new sculpture, painting, video and installation works centered around a commissioned, durational performance spanning the entire ... #Repost @bignickberlin
I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna. It will feature new sculpture, painting, video and installation works centered around a commissioned, durational performance spanning the entire former baroque palace and the 3.5 month long duration of the exhibition. SO EPIC!!! #peresprojects
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After receiving his passport back from Chinese authorities, Ai relocated to Berlin, Germany. ...
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After receiving his passport back from Chinese authorities, Ai relocated to Berlin, Germany. In end 2015, Ai traveled with his son and girlfriend to the Greek island of Lesbos where he first encountered refugees face-to-face. He watched as boats carrying refugees began arriving on shore. ... After receiving his passport back from Chinese authorities, Ai relocated to Berlin, Germany. In end 2015, Ai traveled with his son and girlfriend to the Greek island of Lesbos where he first encountered refugees face-to-face. He watched as boats carrying refugees began arriving on shore. He recorded video with his phone as the refugees, including the very young and the very old, climbed out of the simple inflatable boat. This event sparked his later actions, which are a direct response to the largest refugee crisis in human history. Since then, his team has shot nearly 1,000 hours of footage in 40 refugee camps across 23 countries. In 2017, Ai Weiwei presented the installation Law of the Journey, a black inflatable boat 60 meters long and 3 meters wide carrying 258 humanoid figures, at the National Gallery in Prague.

From a cellar in Xinjiang to an underground studio on New York’s 7th Street to his present underground studio in Berlin, Ai Weiwei has been a refugee who has not stopped moving. Various political and regional restrictions have meant that he could neither hide nor escape. It is precisely this personal experience and background that gives him a sincere and close emotional relationship with the 65 million refugees globally. He deeply identifies with those who, like him, were pushed toward extreme misfortune by unstoppable external forces.

This black Noah’s Ark full of refugees stop in Hong Kong when Ai Weiwei’s solo exhibition “Refutation” opens in this once-free port. Here, Hong Kong’s hundred-year colonial history and Ai’s long “underground life” have a wonderful consonance. This city and its current conflicts give this refugee ship a distinctive meaning.

Refugees are the core subject of this exhibition. Over the last two years, whether at “Maybe, Maybe Not” at the Israel Museum, at “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors” in New York City, or in his documentary feature “Human Flow”, Ai has built new exhibition structures to continue his repeated emphasis on the global refugee condition, examining the issue from a range of perspectives.

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I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere ...
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I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna. It will feature new sculpture, painting, video and installation works centered around a commissioned, durational performance spanning the entire former baroque palace ... I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna. It will feature new sculpture, painting, video and installation works centered around a commissioned, durational performance spanning the entire former baroque palace and the 3.5 month long duration of the exhibition. SO EPIC!!! #peresprojects #sneakpeek
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I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere ...
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I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna. It will feature new sculpture, painting, video and installation works centered around a commissioned, durational performance spanning the entire former baroque palace ... I’m so excited that fall season is beginning with #DonnaHuanca solo exhibition at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna. It will feature new sculpture, painting, video and installation works centered around a commissioned, durational performance spanning the entire former baroque palace and the 3.5 month long duration of the exhibition. SO EPIC!!! #peresprojects
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Umut Kambak, yerleştirmesinde kendini, anılarını ve ait olduğu mekânı sorguluyor. Yoğunluğu ...
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Umut Kambak, yerleştirmesinde kendini, anılarını ve ait olduğu mekânı sorguluyor. Yoğunluğu demir olan yapının arkasında akan görüntülerde kendine ait odasını arıyor. Bir zamanlar “ev” dediği ve içine kapanıp, dış dünyayı seyreylediği mekân artık bir yıkıntıdan ibaret. Yiten bellek ... Umut Kambak, yerleştirmesinde kendini, anılarını ve ait olduğu mekânı sorguluyor. Yoğunluğu demir olan yapının arkasında akan görüntülerde kendine ait odasını arıyor. Bir zamanlar “ev” dediği ve içine kapanıp, dış dünyayı seyreylediği mekân artık bir yıkıntıdan ibaret. Yiten bellek midir yoksa değişen ve yükselen şehrin siluetlerinde kaybolan insanlar mıdır esas olan? Bu muammada Kambak, yıkılan evi, yıkılmayan anılarla sergi mekânında yeniden inşa etmeye çalışıyor. Arka plandaki görüntüde resim yaptığı duvarlar, aşağıya bakarak yoldan geçenlere fırlattığı tükürükleri anımsatan teras hızlıca geçip gidiyor. Gerisi ise hepimizin zihninde karışan imajlar, yollar, dağlar, binalar, insanlar ve yıkımın ortasında kalan yeni bir dünya!

Hacettepe Üniversitesi Güzel Sanatlar Fakültesi’nden Lisansüstü ve Sanatta Yeterlik öğrencilerinin işleri arasından yapılan bir seçkiyle “Sarsılan İmge” sergisi için son günler!

Sergi hakkında detaylı bilgi için: http://bit.ly/2s6IgXK ----- #Sarsılanİmge #HacettepeÜniversitesi #ShakenImage #HacettepeUniversity

Umut Kambak’s work What Does a Destruction Construct? interrogates his character, his memories and his space in his installation He looks for a room of his own through images that flow on the back side of the building that is largely iron construction. The place that he has once called as home is now nothing but a ruin. Is it the memory that is lost or is it people who get lost amidst the swiftly rising city’s shadows? In this mystery Kambak tries to rebuild the destroyed home through memories in the exhibition space. In the video, we see the walls on which he paints, and the terrace that reminds him of images of the spits he has thrown on people walking below. The rest is a new world that exists among images mixed in the minds of all of us; with mountains, buildings, people and destruction! “Shaken Image”, selected works by graduate and master degrees from Hacettepe University’s Faculty of Fine Arts department can be visited until August 26th!

For more info about the exhibition: http://bit.ly/2GGP8R7
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Last weekend to see Watene Ah Um, a 2-part exhibition featuring new paintings, sculpture, photography, ...
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Last weekend to see Watene Ah Um, a 2-part exhibition featuring new paintings, sculpture, photography, video work and installation by Yonel Watene. The exhibition is named after Charles Mingus’ studio album Mingus Ah Um (1959). Inspired by the shows namesake, that’s touted as “a tribute ... Last weekend to see Watene Ah Um, a 2-part exhibition featuring new paintings, sculpture, photography, video work and installation by Yonel Watene. The exhibition is named after Charles Mingus’ studio album Mingus Ah Um (1959). Inspired by the shows namesake, that’s touted as “a tribute to ancestors”, Watene Ah Um sets out with similar goals of tributing ancestors, namely art historic figures and movements throughout Modernity and beyond.
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My talented mate @elliekammer second solo exhibition opens tonight! Come down to 91A Drayton St, ...
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My talented mate @elliekammer second solo exhibition opens tonight! Come down to 91A Drayton St, Bowden 6-8pm to view eight new paintings and a video installation and enjoy complimentary wine by Delinquente Wine Co. The exhibition will be opened by Logan Macdonald, public art planner ... My talented mate @elliekammer second solo exhibition opens tonight! Come down to 91A Drayton St, Bowden 6-8pm to view eight new paintings and a video installation and enjoy complimentary wine by Delinquente Wine Co. The exhibition will be opened by Logan Macdonald, public art planner for the city of Adelaide. #elliekammer
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“Exhibition” 15:00 #1077 Exhibition - Peter Fischli David Weiss - Matthew Marks Gallery Peter ...
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“Exhibition” 15:00 #1077 Exhibition - Peter Fischli David Weiss - Matthew Marks Gallery Peter Fischli David Weiss Since 1979 Peter Fischli (b. 1952) and David Weiss (1946-2012) have been collaborating on a body of work that combines, rearranges, or otherwise manipulates their daily ... “Exhibition” 15:00 #1077

Exhibition - Peter Fischli David Weiss - Matthew Marks Gallery

Peter Fischli David Weiss Since 1979 Peter Fischli (b. 1952) and David Weiss (1946-2012) have been collaborating on a body of work that combines, rearranges, or otherwise manipulates their daily experiences into something new and unexpected. Executed in a variety of media, including unfired clay, polyurethane, photography, and video, their work playfully ignores the distinction between high and low art. The duo is perhaps best known for the 1987 film The Way Things Go, in which an improbable, Rube Goldberg-esque chain of events unfolds involving household objects and detritus in their studio. The work of Fischli and Weiss has been exhibited at major museums and biennials around the world. The artists represented Switzerland at the Venice Biennale in 1995 and were awarded the 2003 Golden Lion for Questions (1981-2002), an installation of more than a thousand existential queries collected over several years. Fischli and Weiss also took part in Documenta 8 (1987) and 10 (1997). Their retrospective In A Restless World was organized by the Walker Art Center in 1996 and traveled to San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Boston. In 2006 Tate Modern presented another retrospective, Flowers and Questions, which traveled to the Kunsthaus Zürich and the Deichtorhallen Hamburg. They participated in Venice’s 2012 Architectural Biennale and 2013 Art Biennale and have had exhibitions at the Art institute of Chicago (2011) and the Serpentine Gallery, London (2013). In 2016 the Guggenheim presented Peter Fischli David Weiss: How to Work Better, their third career retrospective, which traveled to Museo Jumex in Mexico City. Peter Fischli lives and works in Zurich.

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 #DesireeHolman ‘s three channel video installation Sophont (2015) is installed as part of the ...
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#DesireeHolman ‘s three channel video installation Sophont (2015) is installed as part of the exhibition Our Bones Are Made of Starlight opening at 1a Space in Hong Kong on Friday 3/23. ️A new iteration of her site-specific performance Sophont in Action will be performed on 3/23 and ... #DesireeHolman ‘s three channel video installation Sophont (2015) is installed as part of the exhibition Our Bones Are Made of Starlight opening at 1a Space in Hong Kong on Friday 3/23. ⚡️⚡️⚡️A new iteration of her site-specific performance Sophont in Action will be performed on 3/23 and throughout #ArtBaselHK week.
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Our Bones Are Made of Starlight features contemporary artists Desiree Holman, Fernanda D'Agostino, Fang Lu, Ranu Mukherjee, and art group Mail Order Brides (MOB), consisting of Reanne Estrada, Eliza Barrios, and Jenifer Wofford.
This exhibition presents the work of seven female new media and performance artists from San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Beijing. The work range in media to include multi-channel video installation, hybrid-film animation, social practice, and hand-made objects. Together, these works question the gender biases in folk lore and capitalism, investigate cultural evolution in terms of inclusion/exclusion, redefine the rituals of love and loss, and re-envision the fantasy of technological utopia.
To reinvent our cultural mythologies is to express the inequities of our current global order. Layered with humor, surreal locations, and fantastical costumes, these works use the discontents of global capitalism as creative fuel. According to the exhibition curator, “Our Bones Are Made of Starlight reframes the hopes of a generation who were promised a technological utopia yet received nothing more than the trauma of collapse.” This exhibition is about speculative fiction; it is about creating new stories that rewrite our threadbare folk narratives, our misogynistic mythologies and our technological expectations.
Curated by Justin Hoover
#cultexhibitions #hongkongart #artbasel #1aspace #oneaspace #contemporaryart #feministart #mailorderbride #technoutopia #mythology
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FLAT. @hours.collective Inaugural exhibition July 20, 6-10pm. 1608 S Dixie Highway WPB $5 Donation ...
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FLAT. @hours.collective Inaugural exhibition July 20, 6-10pm. 1608 S Dixie Highway WPB $5 Donation Inculding work from, @ambertutwiler @sebasbru @katelynspinelli @emdillow @strangewaave @cocteau_tween FLAT is a video-based exhibition that ranges from traditional narrative ... FLAT. @hours.collective Inaugural exhibition July 20, 6-10pm. 1608 S Dixie Highway WPB $5 Donation Inculding work from, @ambertutwiler @sebasbru @katelynspinelli @emdillow @strangewaave @cocteau_tween
FLAT is a video-based exhibition that ranges from traditional narrative to moving image installation. Each artist in the exhibition presents work that harnesses the avant-garde spirit of new media. As television and video have become the most widespread means of communication, artists have challenged, embraced, and repurposed the functions and forms of moving images. While some videos in the exhibition consider the invasive nature of the transmitted moving image in society’s psyche, others explore the medium’s potential to capture temporal, surreal imagery other artistic media cannot. FLAT is concerned with both the confines and capacities of new media; in the flatness of the walls, a depth is excavated, creating the capacity for experience and transportation.
Of a few samples of what to expect, Fringe Dream (2016), by Sebastian Bruno-Harris, confronts the viewer with a hard, metallic moving surface that slowly begins to melt. The solid door-like shape evaporates and progresses into an empty and, potentially infinite, space. Katelyn Spinelli in Single Use, You (2018) uses the ground as a site of projection, while sharing the sentiment, “I'm sorry. I didn't mean for it to come out like this, it wasn't meant to come out like this, it's coming out like this.” Michael Bucuzzo, functioning as an extension of the artist collective, Surrealux, will be partnering with Cristina Kolozsvary-Kiss to create an immersive video installation that requires viewer participation.
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Opening this Sunday, May 6: "In the Fields of Empty Days" explores the continuous and inescapable ...
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Opening this Sunday, May 6: "In the Fields of Empty Days" explores the continuous and inescapable presence of the past in Iranian society. The exhibition will present 125 works of art in a variety of media that focus on the intersection of past and present. 🕰 Pictured here: Shoja Azari, "Icon ... Opening this Sunday, May 6: "In the Fields of Empty Days" explores the continuous and inescapable presence of the past in Iranian society. The exhibition will present 125 works of art in a variety of media that focus on the intersection of past and present. 🕰 Pictured here: Shoja Azari, "Icon #1–5, 2010," video portraits, courtesy of the artist and Leila Heller Gallery, New York, installation view in "In the Fields of Empty Days: The Intersection of Past and Present in Iranian Art," Los Angeles County Museum of Art, May 6–September 9, 2018, art © Shoja Azari, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA
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