Darja Bajagić's 2016 show "Do you think I'm funny?" At Carlos/Ishikawa in London reviewed by Matthew McLean
Keren Cytter writes about Darja Bajagić' exhibition "Unlimited Hate" at Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst & Medien in Graz, Austria in this years BEST OF 2016 section in Artforum
Amalia Ulman in her installation on the cover of the new L'Officiel Art Dec-Feb issue. The magazine features a photo story created in the current show "Reputation" and an interview with Amalia Ulman by curators Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou.
Dora Budor and Sean Raspet have been invited to select a single image, exhibition or event for the BEST OF 2016 section of Artforum's December issue
Curated by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou
November 17th, 2016 from 19h.
In conjunction with her exhibition Places to fight and make up Anna-Sophie Berger – first winner of the Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize – is hosting the film screening of Videos from X to X by artist Darja Bajagić.
For this exhibition, Fargues produces a narrative that interweaves this esoterism with Facebook collages and edible sculptures, thus creating a universe for his creatures: the bébéfleurs.
L'artiste qui a fait d'Instagram sa galerie permanente expose à Paris à la New Galerie son nouveau projet, Reputation : un "The Office" diabolique qui questionne comme rarement l'identité blanche capitaliste.
Opening October 28, 2016.
Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016 is organized by Chrissie Iles, Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Curator.
See you at FIAC from October 20th-23rd where we will be at booth 1.G09, with a presentation of Darja Bajagić, Naresh Kumar and Artie Vierkant.
From prop frogs to torture machines, the New York-based artist writes about the images she finds the most arresting
9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art
4.6 - 18.9, 2016
LE TEMPS DE L'AUDACE ET DE L’ENGAGEMENT -
DE LEUR TEMPS (5) -
Exhibition of private French collections
Commissaire générale : Nathalie Ergino assistée de Magalie Meunier,
Avec le Comité de sélection ADIAF : Bruno Henry, Jacques Caton & Michel Poitevin
Opened at MoMA Warsaw, "Bread and Roses"
curated by Łukasz Ronduda and Natalia Sielewicz
with works by Christopher Kulendran Thomas