Gallery News

 
SUPERFLEX Talk and Screening
 

SUPERFLEX Talk and Screening
Production Talk 10
25 April 2014, 7PM
Die Kunstproduzenten
Cologne

Hosted at the Die Kunstproduzenten and produced by IHME Contemporary Art Festival, SUPERFELX will be screening their 2011 film "Modern Times Forever (Stora Enso Building, Helsinki)". The screening will be accompanied by an artist talk moderated by Lilian Haberer of the Art History Department at the University of Cologne.

For more information, please visit Die Kunstproduzenten.


 
 
Uta Barth in Blind Spot
 

Uta Barth in Blind Spot
Twentieth Anniversary Issue 47
Blind Spot

Uta Barth's photograph Field #9 (1995) from her Field Series is featured in Blind Spot's current Twentieth Anniversary issue 47.

For more information please visit Blind Spot.


 
 
1301PE at Art Cologne 2014
 

1301PE at Art Cologne 2014
Art Cologne: Internatioler Kunstmarkt
9 - 13 April 2014
Halle 11.3 Booth B21


 
 
Jorge Mendez Blake: Project for a Park Library (Aerial View Large)
 

Jorge Mendez Blake: Project for a Park Library (Aerial View Large)
25 April - 13 July 2014
Opening Friday, April 25 6-10pm
MCA Denver
Denver

For this exhibition, Jorge Mendez Blake created a single work that occupies the entire gallery space. Stretching across the walls is Project for a Park Library (Aerial View Large), a vinyl print exploring how a library might be conceived as a park. The work evokes imagined landscapes of mountains, lakes, parks, and oceans.  Brought together and arrange like an unfolded piece of origami paper, these elements of a library help to suggest a lush landscape. The work attempts to jettison the knowledge contained within the library so that it becomes more available and less privileged. The idea of culture acting as an agent of democracy is at the heart of this project.

For more information please visit MCA Denver.


 
 
Jan Albers: Los Angeles Time Review
 

Jan Albers: Los Angeles Time Review
Corporeal and Corporate Merge
by Sharon Mizota
Los Angeles Times
April 4, 2014


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On view: This Page Intentionally Left Blank and Postscript
 

On view: This Page Intentionally Left Blank and Postscript
This Page Intentionally Left Blank
19 March -17 May 2014
Akbank Art Beyoglu
Istanbul

Fiona Banner and John Baldessari are both featured in the current exhibition This Page Intentionally Left Blank on view at the Akbank Art Beyoglu. This Page Intentionally Left Blank is the first in a series of exhibitions based on wide-reaching research about writing and art. The original typewritten manuscript of Vilem Flusser's essay "The Gesture of Writing" provided the thematic and formal aesthetic foundation for the exhibiton.

Artists featured in the exhibition are John Baldessari, Fiona Banner, VALIE EXPORT, Kenneth Goldsmith, Wade Guyton, Daniel Hafner, Marianne Holm Hansen, Bethan Huws, Josephine Kaeppelin, Michael Kargi, Ulrich Kehrer & Agnes Miesenberger, Jorg Piringer, Falke Pisano, Stefan Riebel, Karin Sander, Ignacio Uriarte, and Anita Witek.

For more information please visit Akbank Art Beyoglu.

Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art
21 March - 21 September 2014
Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum
Denver

Fiona Banner is also exhibiting in Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art an exhibition bringing together a wide selection of paintings, sculptures, installation art, and works on paper that explore the ways we read, see, hear, and process language. PostScript demonstrates how work created across decades and artistic disciplines can be derived from the same idea, yet produce wildly different results.

Artists and writers featured in the exhibition include: Carl Andre, Fiona Banner, Marcel Broodthaers, Dan Graham, Alexandra Grant, Sol LeWitt, Glenn Ligton, Helen Mirra, Seth Price, Frances Stark, Andy Warhol, and more.

Fore more information please visit Broad Museum.


 
 
Artist Talk: Jessica Stockholder
 

Artist Talk: Jessica Stockholder
2014 Paul J. Cronin Memorial Lecture: Jessica Stockholder
Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 6:30pm
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Boston

Recently featured in the 2013 exhibition Paint Things: Beyond the Stretcher at deCordova, Jessica Stockholder is back as part of the 2014 Paul J. Cronin Memorial Lecture Series.

For more information please visit the deCordova.


 
 
Jack Goldstein Talk
 

Jack Goldstein Talk
Talk: "Jack Goldstein: All Day Night Sky," with Alexander Dumbadze
Saturday, March 19, 5:30-7:00pm
Cabinet
300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn

Cabinet and the Art & Law Program are pleased to present "Jack Goldstein: All Day Night Sky," a talk by Alexander Dumbadze drawing on his forthcoming book on Goldstein. Dumbadze investigates the tension between myth and detachment in Goldstein's art and life, and posits that in this tangle of art and biography is a nuanced engagement with both the utter necessity of the creative act and fundamental questions about living in the contemporary world.

For more information please visit Cabinet.


 
 
Kerry Tribe at the IMA
 

Kerry Tribe at the IMA
There Will Be ________
29 March - 17 May 2014
IMA: Institute of Modern Art
Brisbane, Australia

Kerry Tribe's There Will Be ________ will he exhibited at the IMA: Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane, Australia with an opening on Saturday, March 29 at 5pm.

In conjunction with the exhibition, a lecture with the artist will be hosted at the IMA on Saturday, March 22 at 3:30pm.

For more information, please visit the IMA.


 
 
Focus: Rirkrit Tiravanija
 

Focus: Rirkrit Tiravanija
Focus: Rirkrit Tiravanija
6 April - 1 June 2014
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Forth Worth, TX

The third and last Director's Council FOCUS exhibition for the 2013-2014 season features the work of Rirkrit Tiravanija. The FOCUS series is organized by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and Curator Andrea Karnes for the Director's Council, a group that supports acquisitions at the museum.

For more information please visit the Modern.


 
 
Currently On View: Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon's Zidane
 

Currently On View: Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon's Zidane
Futbol: The Beautiful Game
2 February - 20 July 2014
LACMA

Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon's Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait (2006) is part of the current exhibition Futbol: The Beautiful Game at LACMA. Housed on the third floor of BCAM the room-sized video installation centers around the subject of Zinedine Zidane and concentrates on a match between Real Madrid and Villareal.

The exhibition examines football and its significance in societies around the world. Celebrating the sport on the eve of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the exhibition includes approximately thirty artists from around the world who work in video, photography, painting and sculpture.


 
 
Kerry Tribe at the David Winton Bell Gallery
 

Kerry Tribe at the David Winton Bell Gallery
Brown University 250th Anniversary: Alumni Exhibitions
15 February - 30 March 2014
David Winton Bell Gallery
Brown University
Providence, RI

Established in March 1764, Brown University will celebrate its 250th anniversary from March 2014 thru May 2015. To mark this semiquincenterary, the David Winton Bell Gallery and Department of Visual Art have come together to celebrate the significant and distinct contributions that alumni of Brown University have made within the visual arts. Six alumni artists have been invited to present their work in solo exhibitions presented throughout the spring.

The first installment of these exhibitions will exhibit the work of Dawn Clements, Paul Ramirez Jonas, and Kerry Tribe.

An artist talk and reception will be held March 7, 2014 at the List Art Center. For more information please visit the David Winton Bell Gallery.


 
 
Fiona Connor at ALAC 2014 Write-Up
 

Fiona Connor at ALAC 2014 Write-Up
Still Life
by Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal
Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2014/ Artsy

Fiona Connor's realist sculptures make the word "artifice" rub against its history: the cunning so close to the craft. For Signs that change buildings, an off-site exhibition of Connor's work from Art Los Angeles Contemporary exhibitor 1301PE, Connor replicated five real estate signs with forensic specificity. Splintered wood, layers of paint, years of wear, hopeful fonts, smatterings of dirt, all meticulously fabricated. Remember: a real thing is still a thing made.

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Rirkrit Tiravanija in the Los Angeles Times
 

Rirkrit Tiravanija in the Los Angeles Times
Borrowed Bits
Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology
Hammer Museum
By, Deborah Vankin
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Arts & Books / Los Angeles Times


 
 
Jessica Stockholder at the Milan Triennale
 

Jessica Stockholder at the Milan Triennale
Tiennale di Milano
25 February - 23 March 2014
Curated by Francesco Poli



For more information visit Triennale di Milano

 
 
Uta Barth: TIME
 

Uta Barth: TIME
MoMA Celebrates Photographers Experimenting in the Studio
by Quentin Bajac
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
TIME: Lightbox

Bringing together photographs, film, video, A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio examines the ways in which photographers and other artists using photography have worked and experimented within the studio space, from photography's inception to today. In this digital age in which a younger generation of photographers is going back to the studio, I felt it was important to acknowledge the role played by this space in photography's history.

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Uta Barth, Sundail (2007.13), 2007 (featured in Time: Lightbox slideshow)

 
 
Jessica Stockholder Lecture
 

Jessica Stockholder Lecture
Presidential Lectures in Art and Art History: Jessica Stockholder
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 6PM
Ward Hall
Lipscomb University

Jessica Stockholder will deliver this year's Presidential Lecture in Art and Art History at Lipscomb's Ward Hall.

The goal of the Presidential Lectures on Art and Art History is to bring prominent art historians and practicing artists to the Nashville community to serve as a catalyst for further growth and discussion among our students and local artists.

For more information please visit Lipscomb website.


 
 
Rirkrit Tiravanija at the Hammer Museum
 

Rirkrit Tiravanija at the Hammer Museum
Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology
a group show featuring: Rirkrit Tiravanija
9 February - 18 May, 2014
HAMMER MUSEUM





For more information go to the Hammer Museum.

 
 
Art Conversations - Philippe Parreno & Carlos Basualdo
 

Art Conversations - Philippe Parreno & Carlos Basualdo
Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 6:00PM
Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi, Venice
Broadcast live on neromagazine

NERO is pleased to announce ART CONVERSATIONS, a new series of live streaming talks in collaboration with Palazzo Grassi. The first of six meetings will take place this Thursday at 6:00pm and feature French artist Philippe Parrreno and Carlos Basualdo, curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The conversation will be streamed live exclusively on NERO's website at this link.


 
 
Rirkrit Tiravanija: The Accidental Warehouse
 

Rirkrit Tiravanija: The Accidental Warehouse
The Accidental Warehouse
by Kong Rithdee
Lifestyle: Arts 5 Feb 2014
Bangkok Post

Rirkrit Tiravanija has curated an exhibition that stretches the imagination to celebrate 100 Tonson Gallery's anniversary. To experience a show bearing Rirkrit Tiravanija's name is to witness and succumb, to feel the urge to giggle and to raise eyebrows in wonder. No more cooking this time, or at least not in the main gallery; but they playfulness, the appearance of spontaneity, and the plain what-is-that incredulity that accompany his works of the past three decades are healthily, unexpectedly there.

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Uta Barth at MOMA
 

Uta Barth at MOMA
A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio
8 February - 5 October, 2014
The Edward Steichen Photography Galleries
Museum of Modern Art

Bringing together photographs, films, videos, and works in other mediums, A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio examines the ways in which photographers and artists using photography have worked and experimented within the four walls of the studio space, from photography's inception to today.

Featuring both new acquisitions and works from the Museum's collection that have not been on view in recent years, A World of Its Own includes approximately 90 artists, such as Berenice Abbott, Uta Barth, Zeke Berman, Karl Blossefelt, Constantin Brancusi, Greta Bratescu, Harry Callahan, Robert Frank, Jan Groover, Barbara Kasten, Man Ray, Bruce Nauman, Paul Outerbridge, Irving Penn, Adrian Piper, Edward Steichen, William Wegman, and Edward Weston.


 
 
Judy Legerwood Talk
 

Judy Ledgerwood Talk
6 February 2014, 6PM
Madlener House
Graham Foundation
Chicago

On February 6, 2014, Judy Ledgerwood will discuss her practice and current installation, Chromatic Patterns for the Graham Foundation, on view through April 5, 2014.

To RSVP and for more information please visit grahamfoundation.org


 
 
Pae White in ArtC's New Media Program 2014
 

Pae White in ArtC's New Media Program 2014
ArtC new media program 2014
Opening: 13 February 2014
Phoenix Market City, Chennai
India

The ArtC new media program 2014 will open on February 13 and includes a curated exhibition of animated video works, Still Moves, showing works by William Kentridge, Shahzia Sikander, Jennifer Steinkamp, Takeshi Murata, Pae White, and Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg.

ArtC is a non-profit initiative by Mumbai-based collector Vijay Choraria that endeavors to promote Contemporary Art in India by supporting development of artistic practices and expanding the audiences that engage with art. At Pheonix Market City, Chennia, ArtC is unveiling its vibrant new media program for 2014.

For more information visit www.artcindia.org


 
 
SUPERFLEX in The Hindu
 

SUPERFLEX in the Hindu
Like Clockwork
by Shailaja Tripathi
Features/ Metroplus
The Hindu

Time and space are integral to famous Danish art collective Superflex's art practice. They have sold a soft drink. Installed biogas units in different areas across the world. Set up shops doling out freebies to customers. In return, the got legal battles, prohibitory orders, raids and also a lot of acclaim. New these phenomenal Danish artists collectively known as Superflex are here in India to participate in INSERT 2014 (produced by Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation) -- a series of conversations with artists from all over the world. At the core of this month-long art event is an exhibition (curated by Raqs Media Collective) at the Mati Ghar complex of Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, which will have artist-led workshops, talks, exhibits, symposiums, performances and readings.

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Wols and Charline von Heyl
 

Wols and Charline von Heyl
Rose Projects 01A // The Matter That Surrounds
Us: Wols and Charline von Heyl
14 February - 8 June, 2014
Lower Gerald S. and Sandra Fineberg Gallery
The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University
Waltham, Massachusetts

The Matter That Surrounds Us pairs the mid-century German artist Wols, whose delicate, often mysterious small works combine media in unorthodox ways, with new paintings and collages by contemporary artist Charline von Heyl. At once visceral and visual, each one of these works of art is something we've never seen before.

For more information please visit The Rose Art Museum.


 
 
Jan Tumlir on Jorge Pardo's Tecoh
 

Jan Tumlir on Jorge Pardo's Tecoh
Ornament and Clime: Jan Tumlir on
Jorge Pardo's Tecoh

by, Jan Tumlir
Artforum


 
 
Brian Butler on the 2014 ALAC Preview Panel
 

Brian Butler on the 2014 ALAC Preview Panel
Art Los Angeles Contemporary Director
Previews the Santa Monica Fair

The Hollywood Reporter
by, Maxwell Williams, January 16, 2014

At the Soho House, ALAC director Tim Fleming outlines what the fair held at Santa Monica's Barker Hangar will offer; that is intimate experiences between the city's galleries and the public. The topic at the preview for the Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair at the Soho House in West Hollywood was intimacy.

Sitting on a panel with collector Stanley Hollander and two gallerists who will be among the fair's vendors -- Tif Sigfrids who runs an eponymous new gallery in Hollywood and Brian Butler of 1301PE in Miracle Mile -- ALAC director Tim Fleming outlined what the fair can offer to a city brimming with art, but short on infrastructure: intimate experiences between galleries and the public.

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Review: SUPERFLEX
 

Review: SUPERFLEX
SUPERFLEX: The Corrupt Show and the Speculative Machine
21 September 2013 - 2 February 2014
Jumex Foundation, Mexico City
Artforum
by, Nicolas Linnert

Centered within the grounds of the Jumex juice factory, SUPERFLEX's retrospective is broken into two parts, one of which encompasses a number of public presentations set for the exhibition's closing weekend, including discussion panels on emerging economies and economical speculation as well as the unveiling of a prototype system for biogas-based energy production called Supergas.

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Fiona Connor: Signs that change buildings
 

Fiona Connor: Signs that change buildings
Signs that change buildings
Friday, January 31 & Saturday, February 1, 2014
2 - 4 pm and by appointment

In conjunction with Art Los Angeles Contemporary, gallery artist Fiona Connor will exhibiting new artwork in Signs that change buildings, an off-site exhibition, on view Friday, January 31 and Saturday, February 1 from 2 - 4pm or by appointment (email: carmel@1301pe.com / 323. 938. 5822).

Signs that change buildings
Unit #7
637 S. Cloverdale Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036


 
 
Judy Ledgerwood: Artist's Talk
 

Judy Ledgerwood: Artist's Talk
Sunday, February 2, 2014 / 2:00PM
Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago
Chicago

Join Judy Ledgerwood and Christine Mehring (Department Chair and Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Chicago) for an informal conversation about Ledgerwood's new site-specific installation Chromatic Patterns for the Smart Museum.


 
 
Rirkrit Tiravanija and SUPERFLEX in INSERT 2014 in New Delhi
 

Rirkrit Tiravanija and SUPERFLEX in INSERT2014 in New Delhi
INSERT2014
31 January - 28 February 28, 2014
Mati Ghar, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts
Janpath, New Delhi

INSERT2014 is a constellation of conversations with leading thinkers from around the world and across disciplines.

The central focus of INSERT2014 will be an exhibition of site specific and other artworks by over 20 critically acclaimed artist presented at Maati Ghar, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) including Rirkirt Tiravanija, SUPERFLEX, Mai-Thu Perret, Kendell Geers, Ivana Franke, Gauri Gill and Eyal Weizman.

The exhibition is made possible by the Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation with support by the Max Mueller Bhavan and Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council, and the Goethe Institut.


 
 
Review: Philippe Parreno
 

Review: Philippe Parreno
Anywhere, Anywhere, Out of the World
Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Artforum
by, Jeff Rian

Philippe Parreno's ambitious semiretrospective "Anywhere, Anywhere, Out of the World" is the first exhibition to fill the entire Palais de Tokyo.  The artist has transformed the galleries into a total artwork-cum-mise-en-scene: a sensuously complex atmosphere of space, sound, and images, called a "dramaturgy" by its curators, Jean de Loisy and Mouna Mekouar.



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SUPERFLEX Interviews
 

SUPERFLEX Interviews
Kunstkritikk & Kopenhagen Magasin

Ten Questions: SUPERFLEX
By Ane Bulow
Kunstkritikk

The Danish artists' group SUPERFLEX celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, and on Thursday Kunsthal Charlottenborg opens a retrospective that perfectly reflects the SUPERFLEX spirit as it challenges the group's own work, the art institution, and the very concept of a retrospective..

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Kopenhagen Magasin

The current Kopenhagen Magasin has published a December 1993 interview with SUPERFLEX that was featured in the legendary edition Campbells Occasionally magazine.

Read the interview..





 
 
Kerry Tribe and Philippe Parreno in The Nouveau Festival
 

Kerry Tribe and Philippe Parreno in The Nouveau Festival
The Nouveau Festival, 5th Edition
19 February - 10 March 2014
Centre Pompidou
Paris

The Centre Pompidou will be hosting the 5th edition of The Nouveau Festival .Video work by Philippe Parreno and Kerry Tribe will be featured throughout the festival.

For more information please visit the Centre Pompidou.


 
 
Judy Ledgerwood at the Graham Foundation
 

Judy Ledgerwood at the Graham Foundation
Judy Ledgerwood: Chromatic Patterns for the Graham Foundation
23 January 2014 - 5 April 2014
Madlener House/Graham Foundation
Chicago

In Chromatic Patterns for the Graham Foundation, Ledgerwood creates an immersive, site-specific wall painting that transforms the first-floor galleries of the Foundation's historic Madlener House. Enveloping visitors in an optically expansive field of vibrant fluorescent colors with a metallic floral motif that pulsates in close proximity to the building's Prairie-style ornamentation, this installation explores the possibilities of painting as it approaches the conditions of architecture.

Opening Reception for the opening of Judy Ledgerwood: Chromatic Patterns for the Graham Foundation.

The reception will be held on Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 6pm.

To RSVP please visit the event page here.


 
 
Fiona Connor in X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly
 

Fiona Connor in X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly
Fiona Connor and Liv Barrett: Sponsored Post
X-TRA: Contemporary Art Quarterly
March 2014 / Vol. 16, Number 2


 
 
Review: Ann Veronica Janssens
 

Review: Ann Veronica Janssens
Ann Veronica Janssen's visual puzzles challenge and engage
By Sharon Mizota, December 16, 2013
Culture Monster: Los Angeles Times

So simple as to seem artless, Ann Veronica Janssen's works at 1301PE are surprisingly engaging. Known for her installations that play with light and perception -- a la James Turrell -- the Belgian artist also creates mysterious objects that suggest more open-ended outcomes than Turrell's tightly controlled environments.

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Charline von Heyl Nominated for the Hugo Boss Prize
 

Charline von Heyl Nominated for the Hugo Boss Prize



Charline von Heyl along with six other finalists has been named for the 2014 Hugo Boss Prize, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation announced.

 
 
Painting Beyond Belief 3
 

Painting Beyond Belief 3
Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 6:30pm
The Jewish Museum, New York

Charline von Heyl will take part in a roundtable discussion along with artists N. Dash, Carroll Dunham, Jacqueline Humphries, Sanya Kantarovsky, and David Salle, focused on the current exhibition Chagall: Love, War, and Exile at The Jewish Museum.

The discussion will be moderated by Jordan Kantor.

Free with RSVP. For more information please visit The Jewish Museum.


 
 
Fiona Connor in Prism of Reality
 

Fiona Connor in Prism of Reality
Prism of Reality Issue Number 2

Prism of Reality Issue Number 2 features work by Fiona Connor, JJ Peet, K8 Hardy, and Peter Molyneux.

For more information please visit Prism of Reality.


 
 
Kerry Tribe's Critical Mass at KADIST San Francisco
 

Kerry Tribe's Critical Mass at KADIST San Francisco
As part of Kadist's Canyon Cinema Pop-Up
Saturday, December 7th, 2013 at 5PM
KADIST, San Francisco

Kerry Tribe uses the formal mechanics of the moving image to explore the instability of recall and the subjective nature of perception. Critical Mass is based on the 1971 Hollis Frampton film of the same title. In Frampton's film, an improvised argument between a young man and woman is captured, copied, and cut up, and reassembled to produce a frenetically edited, highly structural, distanced yet evocative work. Critical Mass reenacts Frampton's film cut-by-cut with two live actors, inverting the role of film as performance document while exploring the historical specificity of language and gender. The performance has undergone a series of evolutions since it was first staged at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 2010.

KADIST
3285 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

For more information, please visit kadist.org


 
 
Fiona Connor and the Newspaper Reading Club
 

Fiona Connor and the Newspaper Reading Club
Newspaper Reading Club, Istanbul 2013 & Publication 2013 Launch
December 11, 2013 at 8PM
Echo Park


 
 
Jorge Mendez Blake in Numbers in the Dark
 

Jorge Mendez Blake in Numbers in the Dark
Numbers in the Dark
7 December 2013 - 2 February 2014
Southern Alberta Art Gallery

Jorge Mendez Blake is exhibiting in the upcoming group exhibition, Numbers in the Dark, at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Numbers in the Dark looks to those processes in which defunct, arbitrary, obsolete, erroneous, corrupt or marginalized data is being appropriated and re-contextualized in contemporary art offering new meaning and perspectives on the world today. International in its scope, the exhibition brings together a broad range of artists who glean information through unconventional means and in doing so, aim to disrupt the implicit trust with which we subsume data.

Exhibiting artists: Jorge Mendez Blake, Rosario Zorraquin and Stephen Kelly



 
 
Rirkrit Tiravanija's Asile Flottant
 

Rirkrit Tiravanija's Asile Flottant
Center For Visual Communication
Opening reception and performances: Dec. 5th, 7-10pm
Miami

Tiravanija resurrects Le Corbusier's famous floating barge from Paris in a monumental installation fabricated in Thailand and reassembled piece by piece for the exhibition.  Asile Flottant is a floating asylum meant to provide temporary overnight shelter for vagrants wandering the streets of Paris. Tiravanija's boat serves as a pavilion presenting t-shirts with political slogans and text designed by the artist as well as t-shirts by others that the artist has collected from his travels across the globe. Visitors to the gallery will be able to embark the pavilion, which at 100 feet long is a half scale re-creation of the original, and experience the rehabilitation project from the perspective of the indigents forced off their own land.




 
 
Upcoming: Judy Ledgerwood at the Smart Museum of Art
 

Upcoming: Judy Ledgerwood at the Smart Museum of Art
Judy Ledgerwood: Chromatic Patterns
26 December 2013 - 20 July 2014
Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago

Judy Ledgerwood will be creating an immense, site-specific wall painting for the Smart Museum. The painting will be comprised of horizontal bands of boldly colored patterns that run across the large central wall in the Smart's reception hall.


 
 
Philippe Parreno Interview in Frieze
 

Philippe Parreno Interview in Frieze
My Influences: Philippe Parreno
Jennifer Higgie interviews the artist at his Paris studio
Frieze / Issue 158

Jennifer Higgie
 How did you first become interested in art?

Philippe Parreno 
Luckily, I grew up in Grenoble in the 1970s. It was a very open city, politically: a place that welcomed refugees and was really culturally driven. Post-1968, a lot people there were interested in creating new experiences – 'experience' was a key word – and discovering new forms of understanding the world. I come from a working-class background but I was encouraged to see rehearsals by choreographers like William Forsythe. We hung out at the local theatre, Le Cargo, which was then called la maison de la culture – it was a normal thing to do. When I was a teenager, I went to an experimental school; I was taught by the philosopher Gilles Lipovetsky, who I kept in contact with for a while; my maths teacher was also well-known, and there were lots of activists on the staff who wanted to transmit knowledge. The cinémathèque in Grenoble was also very active; through it, I became interested in the work of Jean Douchet and Serge Daney, the editor of Cahiers du Cinéma. Later, I also really enjoyed the columns he wrote for Libération. I met Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster in a drawing class when I was about 15 or 16 years old. In 1985, I decided to go to art school for a while at the École des Beaux-Arts de Grenoble, and I really liked it. So I stayed. The art centre Le Magasin opened the year after and I worked there, painting walls and assisting artists.

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Interview with Rirkrit Tiravanija in Art Review
 

Interview with Rirkrit Tiravanija in Art Review
Rirkrit Tiravanija
by Mark Rappolt
Asia's November 2013 Power 100 Issue
ArtReview

ARTREVIEW ASIA You're doing the cover for our Power 100 issue. The vision of power, the power of vision.
 So how is power exercised in the artworld? Does it have a capital 'P'?

RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA I think of all places, 
the one that is very aware and weary of power 
is the artworld. Perhaps it's a strategy, perhaps it's a game, but I think different spheres of the artworld use (and display) power differently. Generally I don't think most artists think about power in the same way that, say, a collector thinks about it.

It is certainly played with and played out, but one has to wonder if it is all of any consequence. I think it is interesting that there are some very powerful people in the artworld that never make the list, and I think that is where power lies.

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Kerry Tribe Awarded 2013 Artadia Los Angeles Award
 

Kerry Tribe Awarded 2013 Artadia Los Angeles Award
Artadia Awards 2013: Los Angeles



Artaida: The Fund for Art and Dialogue is pleased to announce the Artadia Awards 2013 Los Angeles. For two consecutive days (November 11-12, 2013) three internationally known jurors - Ali Subotnick, Curtaor, The Hammer Museum; Magnolia de la Garza, Associate Curator, Museo Rufino Tamayo; and Joao Ribas most recently of MIT's List Visual Art Center --conducted 45 minute studio visits with each of the 10 short-listed artists. The Finalists were chosen from over 500 visual art applicants living and working in the Los Angeles County.

This year's awardees are: Cayetano Ferrer, Nicole Miller, Vishal Jugdeo, Stanya Kahn, and Kerry Tribe.

For more information on the Artadia please visit Artadia.com

 
 
Announcement: Charline von Heyl in the 2014 Whitney Biennial
 

Announcement: Charline von Heyl in the 2014 Whitney Biennial
2014 Whitney Biennial
March 7 - May 25, 2014

1301PE is delighted to announce Charline von Heyl's inclusion in the Whitney Biennial:

March 7 - May 25, 2014
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York



For more information please visit the Whitney

 
 
Philippe Parreno in the Guardian
 

Philippe Parreno in the Guardian
Philippe Parreno's Video Art: A Moving Spectacle Full
of Snowdrifts and Tears

by Adrian Searle
The Guardian

The French video artist has taken over the vast Palais de Tokyo in Paris with a heart-stopping immersive show that includes manga characters, Marilyn Monroe and Zinedine Zidane.

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SAVE THE DATE
 

SAVE THE DATE:
1301PE will be in the 2014 Armory Show

March 6-9, 2014
Piers 92 & 94
New York City
www.thearmoryshow.com



 
 
Upcoming: Kerry Tribe at the Aspen Art Museum
 

Upcoming: Kerry Tribe at the Aspen Art Museum
Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands
15 November 2013 - 2 February 2014
Aspen Art Museum

Kerry Tribe will be exhibiting work in the upcoming exhibition Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands at the Aspen Museum of Art. Borrowing its title from Alfred Hitchcock's explanation of the MacGuffin, the seemingly indispensible but ultimately arbitrary device by which narrative is propelled, Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands examines questions of narrative complexity, disjunction, and ambiguity in recent art.

Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands includes works by Mac Adams, Matthew Brannon, Victor Burgin, Katarina Burin, Gerard Byrne, Alejandro Cesarco, Saskia Olde Wolbers, John Smith, and Kerry Tribe.


 
 
Paul Winstanley: Art School Book Launch
 

Paul Winstanley: Art School Book Launch
Thursday, 21 November 2013, 6-8pm
Karsten Schubert, London

 
 
Upcoming: Jessica Stockholder in Project Los Altos
 

Upcoming: Jessica Stockholder in Project Los Altos
Project Los Altos: SFMOMA in Silicon Valley
Los Altos, November 9, 2013 - March 2, 2014

Jessica Stockholder will be exhibiting a new commissioned work for SFMOMA's Project Los Altos.

Occupying indoor and outdoor locations throughout the downtown area, Project Los Altos features newly commissioned artist projects by Spencer Finch, Christian Jankowski, Chris Johanson, Mike Mills, Katrina Seda, Alex Soth, and Jessica Stockholder that respond directly to the history and culture of this former agricultural area, the local residents, and the sites themselves. These new works are joined by documentation of performances staged by Charles Garoian with his students at Los Altos high school from 1970 -1983, and Jeremy Blake's opulent Winchester trilogy, from the SFMOMA Collection.


 
 
Kerry Tribe at the Aspen Art Musuem
 

Kerry Tribe at the Aspen Art Museum
Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands
November 15, 2013 - February 2, 2014
Aspen Art Museum

Kerry Tribe's video There Will Be _______ / Greystone (2012) will be featured in Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands, a group exhibition examining questions of narrative complexity, disjunction, and ambiguity in recent art. Often combining fictional narration with seemingly archival or documentary footage, the works in the exhibition employ a range of tactics to blur the line between fiction and reality, weaving fragmentary stories around elusive or even entirely absent centers.

Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands includes works by Mac Adams, Matthew Brannon, Victor Burgin, Katarina Burin, Gerard Byrne, Alejandro Cesarco, Saskia Olde Wolbers, John Smith, and Kerry Tribe.


 
 
Jack Goldstein Review in Modern Painters
 

Jack Goldstein Review in Modern Painters
Jack Goldstein by Wendy Vogel
Jewish Museum // May 10 - September 29
Modern Painters, November 2013


 
 
Artinfo Interview with Philippe Parreno
 

ArtInfo Interview with Philippe Parreno
Philippe Parreno's New Megashow Fills the Palais de Tokyo
by Céline Piettre
ArtInfo

Interview with Philippe Parreno


 
 
Now on View: Pae White in Decorum
 

Now on View: Pae White in Decorum
Decorum: Carpets and Tapestries by Artists
11 October 2013 - 9 February 2014
Musée D´Art Moderne, De la Ville de Paris

Pae White is included in Decorum, an exhibition featuring over a hundred rugs and tapestries created by modern as well as contemporary artists. Decorum also includes anonymous works from different time periods and regions in order to underscore meaningful similarities and differences.

For more information on the exhibition please visit the Musée D´Art Moderne.



 
 
Now on View: Diana Thater
 

Now on View: Diana Thater

Not Yet Titled: Now and Forever
Opening: October 10, 2013
Museum Ludwig Köln, Germany

Not Yet Titled is a completely new presentation of the Ludwig Collection. The new display is more than a simple inventory taking, but will also include new acquisitions and introduce a programmatic perspective on the future of the collection. The exhibition features the museum's first presentation of a 1995 video installation by Diana Thater.

A Triple Tour: Collection Pinault

21 October 2013 - 6 January 2014
Conciergerie, Centre des Monuments Nationaux, Paris

A Triple Tour is an exhibition of an important collection of works from the Pinault Collection. The exhibition focuses on the idea of confinement, establishing the strong resonance between contemporary art and the imposing frame of the Conciergierie, whose history as a institution of detention is undeniable. The majority of selected works have never been on view to the public and each addresses confinement in a different format, media, and tone.




 
 
Now on View: Superflex at Galerie Philippe Jousse
 

Now on View: Superflex at Galerie Philippe Jousse
Superflex: Solo Exhibition
19 October - 17 November 2013
Galerie Philippe Jousse, Paris


 
 
Panel Discussion: Specters of Godard with Kerry Tribe
 

Panel Discussion: Specters of Godard with Kerry Tribe
Specters of Godard
Sunday, November 3, 2013
MAK Center for Art and Architecture
Schindler House, West Hollywood

The Mak Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House is pleased to present Specters of Godard, a panel discussion considering film and video works by post-conceptual artists who trace their origins to the cinema of Jean-Luc Godard.  Organized and moderated by Dr. Juli Carson, Associate Professor at UC Irvine and director of its Critical and Curatorial MFA Program and the University Art Galleries, the panel will include filmmaker and installation artist Kerry Tribe, Israeli-American artist Michael Moshe Dahan, and artist and curator Constanze Ruhm. Selections from the panelists' films will lead off the conversation.

Kerry Tribe will be screening her double projection piece, Here & Elsewhere (2002, 10:30 min, loop). The film engages with one of Godard's most familiar themes, memory and narrative. Each channel of the projection frames the same scene from slightly different positions as the voice of Peter Wollen interviews his daughter Audrey in a loose reprisal of Jean-Luc Godard's and Anne Marie Miéville's 1978 television documentary FRANCE/TOUR/DETOUR/DEUX/ENFANTS. Asking "Does memory happen in the present, or does it happen in the past? Does a photograph tell you that something has actually happened," Tribe's work underscores the double movement of time in the process of remembering something.


 
 
Judy Ledgerwood Lecture
 

Judy Ledgerwood Lecture
Judy Ledgerwood: painter/sculpture/installation
Monday, October 28th, 7PM
Marjorie Barrick Museum
UNLV Campus



 
 
Upcoming: Philippe Parreno at Palais de Tokyo
 

Upcoming: Philippe Parreno at Palais de Tokyo
Philippe Parreno: Anywhere, Anywhere Out of the World
23 October 2013 - 13 January 2014
Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Philippe Parreno orchestrates his exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo along the lines of a dramatic composition where the spectral presence of objects, music, lights, and films guide and manipulate the visitor's experience, offering a journey through his works, both old and new, transforming this monologue into a polyphony.

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Jorge Pardo at the Tate
 

Jorge Pardo at the Tate
Conference: Transforming Place: Site and Locality in Contemporary Art
Friday 18 October 2013, 1 - 5 PM
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Opening up the idea of the expanded 'sculptural house', the symposium will highlight the experimental production process at the heart of Teco, which draws out questions around the potential of architecture to transform not only physical space but also to enable a different way of being in a place.

The tension between cultural preservation and revitalization, and relationships between the artist's studio practice and the local production networks will also be discussed, drawing on the folding of site and studio during the six year production period for Tecoh.

Confirmed speakers are: David Adjaye, Jorge Pardo, Alex Coles, Michael Govan, Huib Haye van der Werf, Pamela Lee, Claudia Madrazo, and Miguel Angel Corzo.


 
 
Ann Veronica Janssens in By Cycles at Münzsalon
 

Ann Veronica Janssens in By Cycles at Münzsalon
By Cycles
23 October - 6 November 2013
Heldart: Interstitial #4
Münzsalon, Berlin

Opening: Wednesday, October 23 / 7-10PM

Featured artists: Saâdane Afif, Jofroi Amaral, Cedric Bostyn, Rainer Ganahl, Pierre Granoux, Ann Veronica Janssens, Alicja Kwade, Jean-Charles Massera, Jonthan Monk, Bruno Nagel, Curtis Odom, Laurent Perbos, Ariel Schlesinger

Curated by Jofroi Amaral and Pierre Granoux


 
 
Jorge Pardo in W
 

Jorge Pardo in W
Jorge Pardo: A World of His Own
by Diane Solway
Photography by Martyn Thompson
W Magazine
October 8, 2013



Tecoh, the artist's most ambitious project to date, is equal parts house, sculpture, and utopia.

Jorge Pardo had never studied design, trained as an architect, or built a house when he undertook the creation of his first home on a hill high above downtown Los Angeles. In 1993, having been invited to present an exhibition at the city's Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), the then 30-year-old Cuban-born artist proposed instead that he would build his own house, six miles away, and exhibit it as a work of art. A horseshoe-shaped single-story redwood structure that curled in on itself, Pardo's 4166 Sea View Lane was closed to the street but open in the back, with windows offering views of the sea, the other rooms, and the landscaped courtyard. Every element--the lamps, furniture, tiles, garden, and kitchen cabinet--was designed by Pardo. For five weeks in 1998, five years after the initial commission, visitors were led on tours by docents in a kind of play on the real estate agent/client tango. Inside, the artist had installed his 110 hand-blown-glass lights, borrowed for the occasion from the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, Netherlands. When the show closed, Pardo moved in.

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Digital Mural Projects: Diana Thater
 

Digital Mural Projects: Diana Thater
October 5 - November 2, 2013
Culver Center for the Arts
University of California, Irvine

The work featured in the Culver Center of the Arts' Digital Mural is a new piece based on Diana Thater's residency and research on dolphins.  This footage was included in the academy award winning film The Cove.

Digital Mural Projects, a year long series, is curated by Jeff Cain.


 
 
Ann Veronica Janssens in Flash Art
 

Ann Veronica Janssens in Flash Art
Ann Veronica Janssens
Flash Art 291 July-August-September
by Timothee Chaillou

Ann Veronica Janssens sees her exhibitions as laboratories: "In the idea of the laboratory there is a sharing and a provision of experiences." Her projects are often based on technical or scientific facts. The resulting plastic proposition is akin to a laboratory revealing its discoveries. Scientific research and cognitive experience allow her to propose new forms of abstraction — which are generally elusive and indefinable — helping her "to push the limits of perception, to amplify the senses, to stimulate the organs and organize them beyond their 'natural' limits."

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Rirkrit Tiravanija in Island at the Dairy Art Centre
 

Rirkrit Tiravanija in Island at the Dairy Art Centre
Island
11 October - 8 December 2013
Dairy Art Centre, London


Constructed as multiple, unfolding chapters, of a novel, the exhibition Island captures various moments in Aldous Huxley's novel from 1962, somewhat a counterpart to A Brave New World written thirty years earlier.

Artist list: John Armleder, Sylvie Auvray, Tom Benson, Ashley Bickerton, Va entin Carron, Jake and Dinos Chapman, George Condo, Ann Craven, Thomas Demand, Zeng Fanzhi, Urs Fischer, Théodore Fivel, Sylvie Fleury, Cyprien Gaillard, Gunjan Gupta, Anthea Hamilton, Thilo Heinzmann, Reena Saini Kallat, Terence Koh, Sergej Jensen, Rashid Johnson, Adriana Lara, Franck Leibovici & Diemo Schwarz, Fang Lijun, Ursula Mayer, Takashi Murakami, Order of the Third Bird, Jagannath Panda, Mai-Thu Perret, Sigmar Polke, Laure Prouvost, R.H. Quaytman, Ugo Rondinone, Sterling Ruby, Tomàs Saraceno, Julian Schnabel, Cindy Sherman, Dirk Skreber, Haim Steinbach, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Thukral and Tagra, Andro Wekua, Ai Weiwei, Douglas White.

 
 
Artist's Talk: Blake Rayne
 

Artist's Talk: Blake Rayne
A Whole New Season of Lost - Artist Talk by Blake Rayne
Part of the Distinguished Visiting Artist Program
Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 6PM
AHVA, University of British Columbia


 
 
Greystone Screenings
 

Greystone Screenings
Kerry Tribe's Greystone (2012)

Screening

New York Film Festival: Views from the Avant-Garde
Wednesday, October 4, 2013 at 8:15 PM
Lincoln Center
For more information visit www.filmlinc.com

Screening
BFI London Film Festival
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 9 PM
BFI Southbank, NFT3
For more information visit www.bfi.org.uk


 
 
Lecture: Poetry off the Shelf: On Images, Words, and Experience with Ann Hamilton, Jessica Stockholder, and Srikanth Reddy
 

Lecture: Poetry off the Shelf: On Images, Words, and Experience with Ann Hamilton, Jessica Stockholder, and Srikanth Reddy
Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 7:00PM
Poetry Foundation, Chicago

Ann Hamilton shares thoughts on language in her work, followed by conversation with Jessica Stockholder and Srikanth Reddy.

Ann Hamilton is an artist internationally recognized for the sensory surrounds of her large-scale multi-media installations. Using time as process and material, her methods of making serve as an invocation of place, of collective voice, of communities past and of labor present. Jessica Stockholder works at the intersection of painting with sculpture, sometimes incorporating architecture, blanketing the floor, scaling walls and ceiling, even spilling out of windows, through doors, and into the surrounding landscape. She orchestrates a merging of pictorial and physical experience, probing how meaning derives from physicality. Srikanth (Chicu) Reddy grew up in Chicago. He is the author of the collection of poems Facts for Visitors (2004) and Voyager (2011). Reddy employs a variety of forms, including syllabics, terza rima, and the prose poem; his poetry is collage-like in its variety and inclusiveness.

Co-sponsored with the Department of Visual Arts University of Chicago


 
 
Upcoming: Jan Albers at Kunst Museum Bonn
 

Upcoming: Jan Albers at Kunst Museum Bonn
Transfer Korea - NRW
18 October 2013 - 9 February 2014
Opening Reception 17 October 2013, 8PM
Kunst Museum Bonn

Jan Albers has been invited to participate in Transfer Korea - NRW together with 14 artists from South Korea and North-Westphalia that were selected by a jury.  The exhibition has been co-organized by Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, the Osthaus Museum Hagen and three Museums in Seoul. The Museums have each prepared exhibitions that aim at showing the similarities and differences between two artistic regions.

Artists included in exhibition:
Jan Albers, Lukas Fineisen, Manuel Graf, Kyungah Ham, Erika Hock, Na Hyun, Jung Seung, Kira Kim, Yeondoo Jung, Seb Koberstädt, Sascha Pohle, Jürgen Staack, Won Seoung Won, and Yee Sookyung.


 
 
On View: RIrkrit Tiravanija in News/Prints
 

On View: RIrkrit Tiravanija in News/Prints
News/Prints: Printmaking and the Newspaper
Curated by Anders Bergstrom and Anne LaFond
5 September - 19 October, 2013
International Print Center New York

News/Prints: Printmaking and the Newspaper is a group exhibit of prints that highlights the longstanding relationship of printmaking and the printed newspaper. From early woodblocks printed in 16th century German newsbooks and colonial American newspapers, to contemporary artists who incorporate or respond to printed mass media in their work, the exhibit reflects the complex nature of this relationship. Emerging and established contemporary artists are included.


Artists in this show include Michael Adams, Becca Albee, Alexander Anderson, Miguel Aragon, Yuri Avvakumov, Georges Braque, Jin Joo Chae, Honoré Daumier, John Dunlap, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Gober, Evan Hecox, Jasper Johns, Matt Keegan, William Kentridge, Vijay Kumar, Jeff Lassahn, Leigh Ledare, Glenn Ligon, Ruth Lingen, Édouard Manet, Conrad Marca-Relli, Kerry James Marshall, Martin Mazorra, Suzanne McClelland, Adam McEwen, Thomas Nast, Claes Oldenburg, José Guadalupe Posada, Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Dread Scott, David Shrigley, Skewville, Kyle Tata, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Gwenn Thomas, Fred Tomaselli, Sweet Toof, Yoshiiku Utagawa.



 
 
Philippe Parreno at Palais de Tokyo
 

Philippe Parreno at Palais de Tokyo
Anywhere, anywhere Out of the World
23 October 2013 - 12 January 2014
Palais de Tokyo

Philippe Parreno will radically be transforming the Palais de Tokyo for his solo-exhibition Anywhere, anywhere Out of the World. In response to an invitation where he has been given carte blanche, Parreno devises a total exhibition driven by his dialogue with architecture. This exhibition—and its unprecedented format—consecrates a french artist whose works, ideas, and approach exercise considerable influence and have incontrovertibly reshaped our idea of art.


 
 
Upcoming: Ann Veronica Janssens in The Plateau Effect
 

Upcoming: Ann Veronica Janssens in The Plateau Effect
The Plateau Effect
10 - 20 October 2013
Zebrastraat



 
 
On View: Pae White at MAK
 

On View: Pae White at MAK
Pae White: Orllegro
10 September 2013- 10 December 2014
MAK Permanent Collection Contemporary Art
Austrian Museum of Applied Art/ Contemporary Art

In her work, Pae White develops new relationships between fine and applied arts, architecture, and design. In the context of her first solo exhibition in Austria, White is planning a large tapestry articulated in metallic thread, as well as a series of sculptures and objects especially for the museum. The MAK Permanent Collection— as revealed in Vienna 1900—serves as an inspiration for White, who is using her solo show to rethink what the applied arts mean to contemporary audiences.




 
 
Rirkrit Tiravanija in the 30th Biennial of Graphic Arts
 

Rirkrit Tiravanija in the 30th Biennial of Graphic Arts
The 30th Biennial of Graphic Arts: Interruption
14 September - 24 November 2013
International Centre of Graphic Arts
Ljubljana, Slovenia


 
 
The Wall Street Journal on MoMa's Images of an Infinite Film
 


The Wall Street Journal on MoMa's "Images of an Infinite Film"
The Message in the Medium: New MoMA Exhibition Pays Tribute to a Film Movement
By, Andy Battaglia
Wall Street Journal: NY Culture
6 September 2013

Memory, media and what movies mean make up the subject matter for "Images of an Infinite Film," opening Saturday at the Museum of Modern Art. Stage not in a cinema but in a gallery space on the museum's second floor, the exhibition features flickering images and static interventions, all arranged in a tribute to so-called structuralist film...



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Book Presenstation - Mieke Bal and Ann Veronica Janssens
 

Book Presentation - Mieke Bal and Ann Veronica Janssens
With: Mieke Bal, Bjorn Schmeitzer, Ann Veronica Janssens & Dirk Snauwaert
9 September 2013 at 7:00PM
WIELS, Contemporary Art Center

The Book Endless Andness is a dialogue with the work of Ann Veronica Janssens. It is the last volume of a trilogy on the question of political art.  Mieke Bal seeks to understand and advocate art that is political without being about politics.


 
 
Blake Rayne Artist's Talk
 

Blake Rayne Artist's Talk
Graduate Fine Arts Lecture
Tuesday, September 19, 2013
11:00AM-12:30PM
Otis College of Art and Design



 
 
Kerry Tribe in Salon der Angst at Kunsthalle Wien
 

Kerry Tribe in Salon der Angst at Kunsthalle Wien
Salon der Angst
6 September 2013 - 12 January 2014
Musuemsquartier/Karlsplatz
Kunsthalle Wien

Kerry Tribe is featured in the current exhibition Salon der Angst at the Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier. The exhibition not only focuses on generalized feelings of insecurity and threat, but also on how culture shapes both individual and collective experiences of fear and fearful events.

Participating artists: Nel Aerts, Ozlem Altin, Ölzem Altin, Kader Attia, Gerard Byrne, Los Carpinteros, James Ensor, leva Epnere, Harun Farocki, Marina Faust, Didier Faustino, Peter Fischli/David Weiss, Rainer Ganahl, Agnés Geoffray, Thomas Hirschhorn, Iraqi Children's Art Exchange, Cameron Jamie, Jesse Jones, Dorota Jurczak, Ferdinand van Kessel, Bouchra Khalili, Eva Kotátková, Nicolas Kozakis / Raoul Vaneigem, Alfred Kubin, Erik van Lieshout, Jen Liu, Marko Lulic, Fabian Marti, Florin Mitroi, Marcel Odenbach, Jane Ostermann-Petersen, Francis Picabia, Willem de Rooji, Allan Sekula, Zin Taylor, Noam Toran, Kerry Tribe, Peter Wächtler, Jeff Wall, Mark Wallinger, Gilliam Wearing, Tobias Zielony.


 
 
Jessica Stockholder: LIFT in Art Ltd.
 

Jessica Stockholder: LIFT in Art Ltd.
Sept/Oct 2013
By Caroline Picard


 
 
Upcoming: Jason Rhoades at ICA
 

Upcoming: Jason Rhoades at ICA
Jason Rhoades, Four Roads
18 September - 29 December 2013
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 18, 6-8pm
ICA - Institute of Contemporary Art - University of Pennsylvania

Jason Rhoades, Four Roads will be the first major America museum exhibition of the works of this execptional artist who died in 2006 at the age of 41. Rhoades lived and worked in Los Angeles, however his art has been little seen in the United States until now.

Jason Rhoades, Four Roads will occupy the entire ICA, with four installations to be navigated by four interpretive paths or roads: Jason Rhoades, American Artist: Jason the Mason ( a biographical thread named for a childhood nickname); systems (language, scale, indexing, economies), and taboo. By the foregrounding of these themes, the exhibition aims to open up for investigation Rhoades's spectacular, overloaded installations. Immediately accessible and eye-catching, these works are at the same time deeply systematic, detailed, and rewarding of careful engagement. Using neon, plastic buckets, power tools, snaking wires, figurines, sound, and a vast range of other materials, including a V-8 engine, Rhoades's work brings the viewer in with humor, vibrancy, and the provocative audacity of his vision. The show will be anchored by four major installations: Garage Renovation New York (CHERRY Makita), 1993; The Creation Myth, 1998; Sutter's Mill, 2000; and Untitled (from My Madinah: In pursuit of my ermitage...), 2004/2013.

Jason Rhoades, Four Roads
is among the most ambitious exhibitions the ICA has ever presented. A catalogue co-published with Delmonico/Prestel will accompany the show, which will tour internationally beginning at the Orange County Museum of Art.

 
 
Socrates Sculpture Park Honoring Rirkrit Tiravanija
 

Socrates Sculpture Park Honoring Rirkrit Tiravanija
Socrates Sculpture Park: 2013 Annual Benefit Gala
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Honoring Rirkrit Tiravanija and Shelley and Donald Rubin



 
 
Judy Ledgerwood: Love, Power, Color
 

Judy Ledgerwood: Love, Power, Color
Rhona Hoffman Gallery
13 September - 19 October 2013
Artist reception: Friday, September 13, 2013




 
 
Ann Veronica Janssens at FRAC Corse à Corte
 

Ann Veronica Janssens at FRAC Corse à Corte
Opening: Friday, September 13th at 4:30pm
13 September - 12 December 2013
FRAC Corse à Corte


 
 
Review: Kirsten Everberg
 

Review: Kirsten Everberg
1301PE/Los Angeles
Artillery Magazine
Reviews: September
by Christopher Michno



With eight new oil-and enamel paintings, Kirsten Everberg continues her practice of exploring filmic images as a means of exercising her interest in perception, memory and narrative.  Visually, her paintings present an eerie absence. In Everberg's hands, film scenes are stripped of human presence, and she creates works that appear like empty stage sets or unsettling simulacra. Andrei Tarkovsky's 1975 film Mirror, the nexus of Everberg's new work, proceeds with a loose narrative structure and imagines the life of the film's mostly unseen protagonist as a series of fleeting memories and impressions.

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Superflex: The Corrupt Show and The Speculative Machine
 


The title of the exhibition reflects SUPERFLEX's attempts to destabilize social norms and processes and to provoke reflection on the speculative possibilities of social transformation.  By encouraging subjects to engage in corrupt activities, SUPERFLEX suggests that the act of corrupting might, paradoxically, have a productive social role to play.

SUPERFLEX will establish links with sites of economic production outside the museum or gallery. The collective intends to transform part of the space where the exhibition is held into an agency for distributing products into the outside world, thereby explicitly integrating the structure of economic production into the institutional space. Outside of the exhibition venue, SUPERFLEX intends to activate a series of works which will occupy different locations at different times, and which will create a dynamic platform for members of the public to participate.

The Corrupt Show and The Speculative Machine is curated by Patrick Charpenel and Daniel McClean.

 
 
Rirkrit Tiravanija in Feast at the Blaffer
 

Rirkirt Tiravanija in Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art
September 7 - December 7, 2013
Public opening and reception: Friday, September 6, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Blaffer Art Museum, University of Houston



Rirkrit Tiravanija is being featured in the upcoming exhibition Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art. Feast at the Blaffer Art Musuem at the University of Houston is exhibiting more than thirty artist collectives through two interrelated components: a gallery presentation and participatory, performative projects. 

Feast
 includes art, documentary materials, and new public projects by Marina Abramović and Ulay, Sonja Alhäuser, Miguel Amat, Mary Ellen Carroll, Mary Evans, Fallen Fruit, Theaster Gates, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, InCUBATE, The Italian Futurists, Mella Jaarsma, Alison Knowles, Suzanne Lacy, Gabriel Martinez, Lynne McCabe, Lee Mingwei, Laura Letinsky, Tom Marioni, Gordon Matta-Clark, Mildred's Lane, Julio César Morales and Max La Rivière-Hedrick, motiroti, National Bitter Melon Council, Ana Prvacki, Sudsiri Pui-Ock, Michael Rakowitz, Ayman Ramadan, Red76, David Robbins, Allen Ruppersberg, Bonnie Sherk, Barbara T. Smith, Daniel Spoerri, and Rirkrit Tiravanija.

 
 
Taking Notice: An Interview with Jessica Stockholder
 

Taking Notice: An Interview with Jessica Stockholder
by Robert Enright
Border Crossings, Vol. 32, No. 3
pgs. 40 - 59

In the current issue of Border Crossings, Robert Enright interviews Jessica Stockholder on her art practice, motivations, and her current exhibition Lift.


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Jan Albers at the Leopold Hoesch Musuem
 

Jan Albers at the Leopold Hoesch Museum
8 September - 24 November 2013
Leopold Hoesch Museum
Opening: Sunday, 8 September 2013 at 12pm

Jan Albers is being honored with the 2013 Dahlmann Preisträger Award in conjunction with his upcoming exhibition c0mec10se at the Leopold Hoesch Museum. Paul Larue, Dr. Renate Goldmann and Professor Nicolas Dahlmann are presenting Jan Albers with the prestigious award.

A catalogue will accompany the exhibition published through Kettler.


 
 
Fiona Connor at SCAPE 7
 

Fiona Connor at SCAPE 7
SCAPE 7 Public Art Christchurch Biennial
September 27 - November 9, 2013



Fiona Connor will be exhibiting an installation in this year's SCAPE 7. SCAPE Public Art installs public art in Christchurch. Their gifting programme of seven permanent artworks and commissioning of more than 150 temporary public artworks provides a unique point of difference for the city, enhancing the urban centre and raising the profile for public art in Christchurch. 

SCAPE 7 Public Art Christchurch Biennial (September 27 - November 9, 2013) will showcase one major permanent artwork, a public art walkway with twelve new and existing public artworks, and an education and community engagement programme and a series of public events.

 
 
Q & A with Jorge Méndez Blake
 

Q & A with Jorge Méndez Blake
Selected Artist from Grants & Commissions Program 2013
Cifo: cisneros fontanals art foundation


 
 
Charline von Heyl: In the Abstract
 

Charline von Heyl: In the Abstract
Filled with shapes that seem to shift before your eyes, the artist's beguiling paintings are impossible to pin down.
August 19, 2013
by, Diane Solway
W Magazine



It's been raining for days, but on this balmy June evening, the sun has just broken through, turning the clouds pink. Charline von Heyl interrupts our discussion of her latest painting, now dripping on the canvas, to direct my gaze out the windows of her expansive studio in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York.  "It's funny how objectlike they are," she says of the clouds, seeing form where I see a color-streaked sky over Williamsburg Bridge. "I like the way they just sit there."

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Fiona Banner 'Art of Darkness'
 

Fiona Banner 'Art of Darkness'
David Pollock
The List, Issue 714, 2013


 
 
Symposium: Who is Jack Goldstein?
 

Symposium: Who is Jack Goldstein?
Sunday, September 22, 2013
12:30 - 4:30pm
The Jewish Museum, New York

This extended day of discussion brings together a number of artists who emerged alongside Jack Goldstein in the 1970s. It will focus on the legendary Pictures exhibition curated by Douglas Crimp in 1977 as well as the influential post-studio classes of John Baldessari at the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles where Goldstein recieved his MFA. Panel discussions examine the particular circumstances of the art world during the 70s and 80s along with the impact of the Pictures Generation on artists today. Artist and filmmaker Morgan Fisher presents the keynote lecture, and panelists include artists Robert Longo, Troy Brauntuch, Kathryn Andrews and Paul Pfeiffer.


 
 
Jorge Pardo, Philippe Parreno and Rirkrit Tiravanija: Station to Station
 

Jorge Pardo, Philippe Parreno and Rirkrit Tiravanija
Station to Station

September 6 - 28, 2013

Station to Station will connect leading figures and underground creators from the worlds of art, music, food, literature, and film for a series of cultural interventions and site-specific happenings. The train, designed as a moving, kinetic light sculpture, will broadcast unique content and experiences to a global audience. Over the course of three weeks in September 2013, a train will travel from New York City to San Francisco, making nine stops at train stations across the country.

Jorge Pardo will be designing the patterns that will be used to 'dress' the interior of the Station to Station train cars.  Both Rirkrit Tiravanija and Philippe Parenno will be showcasing artworks/installations.



For more information please visit Station to Station.

 
 
Upcoming: Kerry Tribe at Moma
 

Kerry Tribe featured in Images of an Infinite Film
September 7, 2013 - March 2, 2014
The Yoshiko and Akio Morita Media Gallery
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)

Images of an Infinite Film takes as its point of departure experimental filmmaker Hollis Frampton's notion of an "infinite film," which envisions a history of film as an "endless ribbon" of all recorded images ever made.  Images of an Infinite Film situates this idea between works that emulate processes of human memory or thought through structural or material interventions; objects that function as scores for imagined films; and moving images that take form entirely in the mind of the viewer.  Featuring works by Kerry Tribe (American, b. 1973), Hollis Frampton (American, 1936-1984),  Paul Sharits (American, 1943-1993),  David Lamelas (Argentinean, b. 1946),  Nan Hoover (American, 1931-2008), and an unidentified scientific photographer, the exhibition suggests a link between the fragility of film, the precarity of memory, and the subjective experience of assigning meaning to things in the world.

Organized by Erica Papernik, Assistant Curator, Department of Media and Performance Art



 
 
Jorge Mendez Blake at CIFO
 

Jorge Mendez Blake in the upcoming group exhibition Deferred Archive
Grants & Commissions Program Exhibition: Deferred Archive
August 28th - October 27th, 2013
Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO)

The tenth edition of CIFO's Grants & Commissions Program features newly commissioned works by Jorge Mendez Blake (Mexico), Milena Bonilla (Colombia), Miguel Calderon (Mexico), Antonio Caro (Colombia), Benvenuto Chavajay (Guatemala), Jose Gabriel Fernandez (Venezuela), Sofia Olascoago (Mexico), Manuela Ribadeneira (Ecuador), Laureana Toledo (Mexico) and Santiago Villanueva (Argentina).

Deferred Archive refers to the idea that memory is constructed retrospectively -- not from past to future, but from future to past, so that the events that we experience are not fixed in time, but fleeting from one subject to the other.

For more information about the exhibition, visit CIFO.


 
 
Jack Goldstein's The Jump at Times Square
 

Jack Goldstein's The Jump Screening
Midnight Moment
Times Square
August 1, 2013

Jack Goldstein's seminal 1978 film The Jump will be screened in Times Square as part of Midnight Moment, a synchronized program presented on fifteen of the largest digital signs in Times Square. Goldstein's work will premiere just before midnight on August 1st and play every night throughout August from 11:57pm - midnight. The Midnight Moment is a presentation of the Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts. This month's program coincides with Jack Goldstein's current retrospective up at The Jewish Museum.