I Was Raised on the Internet, an exhibition on view until October 14th at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago.
Sur un Air de Wagner Reviewed in Les Inrockuptibles by Julie Ackermann. "Glam-Trash artist Lucile Littot revisits the legend of Countess Dracula"
Anna Solal is in Brest for the group show "Deux Sens du Décoratif" curated by Michal Novotný
60 Million Americans can't be wrong by Christopher Kulendran Thomas and Annika Kehlmann is part of Genre-Nonconforming: The DIS Edutainment Network, on view at the de Young Museum in San Francisco until june, 10th.
The interview of Darja Bajagić by Felix Petty for i-D's "Radical Issue" is online.
Li Shurui's solo show "Light Extracts" is on view at Salt Projects in Beijing until March 31, 2018.
Darja Bajagić interviewed by Beatrix Ruf for Kaleidoscope Magazine, now online!
Dora Budor and Artie Vierkant are part of “Crash Test”, an exhibtion curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, that opens February 9th, 2018 at La Panacée, Montpellier. The exhibtion is on view till May 6th, 2018.
Li Shurui is part of the exhibition “Spiral Stairs” at Aike Dellarco, Shanghai with ”So Pretty So Empty No.2, 太美太空 No.2”. The exhibition is on view till February 28th, 2018.
Wonderful article on Anna Solal's work by Julie Ackermann in Les Inrockuptibles.
"The archaic and dystopian assemblages of Anna Solal at New Galerie" on the exhibition "La Convalescence", catastrophe and healing.
The exhibition is on view until March 3rd, 2018.
Dora Budor is part of the current group show at Galerie Eva Presenhuber in Zurich, on view until February 24th, 2018
Darja Bajagić featured in the article "Pourquoi est-il temps de s’intéresser aux artistes des Balkans ?" by Thibaut Wychowanok on Numéro.
The exhibition features work by Darja Bajagić, Hans Bellmer, Dora Budor, Claude Cahun, Max Ernst, Cédric Fargues, Adam Gordon, Meret Oppenheim, Mark Prent, Sean Raspet, Michael Salerno, Aguirre Schwarz, Li Shurui, Peter Sotos, Jasper Spicero and Artie Vierkant.
The exhibition is curated by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou.
Her solo exhibition “La Convalescence” will open at the gallery January 20th, 2018.
Christopher Kulendran Thomas' "New Eelam: Tensta", in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann, is on view at Tensta Konsthall in Sweden till January 14th, 2018.
"New Eelam: Tensta is an exploration into the future of housing and citizenship. Conceived by the artist Christopher Kulendran Thomas, in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann, the long-term artwork takes the form of a real-estate technology company that intends to develop a flexible, global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. Based on collective access rather than individual owner-ship, the post-capitalist startup plans to rewire property relations through the luxury of communalism rather than of private property."
Ingrid Luquet-Gad's article on our exhibtion "What's up doc?", curated by Pierre-Alexandre Matoes and Charles Teyssou, can be read in full in the The late November issue of Les Inrocks.
Sean Raspet was on the "Two Sense" podcast discussing the the future of flavor and food - click her to listen to the full episode.
Darja Bajagić is featured in "TRANSITIONS" curated by Tuva T. Tønsdal and Elise By Olsen, on view at Rod Bianco, Oslo till December 16th, 2017.
The exhibition includes contributions by Brian Kokoska, Darja Bajagić, Eliza Douglas, Ida Ekblad, Jon Rafman, Juliana Huxtable, Kaari Upson and Matias Kiil.
Darja Bajagić' solo exhibition "Damnatio Memoriae" is on view at KALEIDOSCOPE @ Spazio Maiocchi, Milan till November 25th, 2017
Christopher Kulendran Thomas is part of the exhibition "Quart d'Heure Americain" which opens Friday November 10th, 2017 at Mains d'Œuvres in Saint-Ouen, France
Nov 10 — Nov 26 2017
The exhibiton features: Robert Filliou, Joël Andrianomearisoa & Ivan Krassoievitch, Alex Ayed & Georgia Dickie, Cécile Bouffard & Matthieu Cossé, Corentin Canesson & Bastien Cosson, Martin Chramosta & Martina-Sofie Wildberger, Charlie Jeffery & Joshua Schwebel, Christopher Kulendran Thomas & Thu-Van Tran
October 10, 2017 - February 25th, 2018
The exhibition presents 10 international contemporary artists who seek to depict the human condition and way of living in an era, where the physical and digital worlds are growing ever closer together.
In the exhibition’s nine scenarios, the physical and the digital intermingle. There is no clear distinction between where one ends and the other begins. Perhaps our existence right now can best be described as permanently having a foot in both camps – a state of simultaneous presence and absence, as indicated by the title, BEING THERE.
The works have been made by a number of prominent young players on the global art scene: Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin, Ian Cheng, Pamela Rosenkranz, Hannah Levy, Ed Atkins, Cécile B. Evans, Louisa Gagliardi, Dora Budor and Bunny Rogers.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM FIAC 2017, PARIS
Photo: Inès Manai
Urban Ritornello: The Archives on Community is an archival exhibition concerning a variety of “communities” that have changed since ancient times. The exhibition features work by Christopher Kulendran Thomas and runs until December 3rd, 2017 at Ilmin Museum of Art in Seoul.
"moving is in every direction." featuring the installation "New Eelam" by Christopher Kulendran Thomas is on view till September 24th, 2017 at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
Naresh Kumar is featured in the exhibition "D'un Monde à l'autre", opening September 16th, 2017 in Annecy, France at Fondation Art Contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon
Li Shurui's solo exhibtion "LSR · Deep White" is on view at White Space Beijing till October 13th, 2017
Sean Raspet's work “(-)” (2012-15) is part of the exhibition "Heart of the Tin Man" at M WOODS in Beijing, China
Reviewed here in Flash Art by Andrew Stooke
The exhibition "(X) A Fantasy" opens September 7th, 2017 at David Roberts Art Foundation in London, featuring work by Dora Budor. Pictured here: "strepitoso" (2017)
The 15th edition of MOMENTA | Biennale de l'image opens on September 7th, under the title What does the image stand for?, with contributions from Artie Vierkant and Dora Budor.
September 7th - October 15th, 2017
Dora Budor in "A Few Open Systems" @ AND NOW, TEXAS
June 3, 2017 – July 1, 2017
Follow the link for more information.
An article on "Waiting for the Sun" at SpazioA featuring Dora Budor on Flash Art Italia
Darja Bajagić and Dora Budor are part of the exhibition "Fade In 2: Ext. Modernist Home – Night" which opens tomorrow at Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade. The show is curated by Swiss Institute with Julie Boukobza, and produced by Balkan Projects.
Double page feature on Christopher Kulendran Thomas' solo exhibition at the gallery in this week's Les Inrockuptibles by Ingrid Luquet-Gad
Article on Jasper Spicero's exhibition "Living Waterway" at the gallery, by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou. Read the entire article in the summer issue of Spike.
From June 14 till September 10, 2017
The exhibition “The Dream of Forms”, presented for the twentieth anniversary of Le Fresnoy – Studio national des arts contemporains, has been conceived as an imaginary landscape, a monstrous garden with perishable forms growing in it, as well as germinating surfaces, protuberant organisms and flat figures.
The artists and researchers who have been brought together in “The Dream of Forms” testify to their encounter with the new possibilities of representation, derived from recent scientific and technological discoveries, which shake up our way of seeing and showing. By renewing in this way the field of the perceptible –with nanotechnologies, synthetic images, 3D scans, stereolithography etc.– these new visualisations hint at as yet unknown geometries.
Part of Vienna Biennale
The exhibition is open until 1 October 2017
Article on the exhibiton in Mousse Magazine
Darja Bajagić and Jasper Spicero will both be showing new projects in the exhibition "Americans 2017", opening May 19th at LUMA Westbau, curated by Simon Castets and Hans Ulrich Obrist for 89plus in partnership with the LUMA Foundation. See the full program on their website.
Dora Budor: MANICOMIO!, 2017 at Frieze art fair
Characters, impersonations, rumors
Feature on artspace.com
Dora Budor will be realising a new artist commission as part of the Frieze New York Projects 2017 program, at Frieze New York, 2017 @ Randall's Island Park, from May 5 - May 7, with an invitation-only preview on Thursday May 4.
The Frieze New York Projects 2017 program is curated by Cecilia Alemani, and features Dora Budor, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Giosetta Fioroni, Fabio Mauri, Ryan McNamara, Adam Pendleton and Jon Rafman.
Dora Budor in "Mutations" @ High Line Art, New York
From April 2017 to March 2018, in Various locations on the High Line
"The Forecast (New York Situation)" is a weather-responsive sculpture based on Archigram's biomorphic projects for living spaces of the future. Its structure is based on architectural models for utopian project Living Pods (Archigram, David Greene) and Archigram's ideas around time-based proto-systems that could demonstrate animalistic and collective orders of organisation.
Artie Vierkant in "Ars 17" from 31.3.17 - 14.1.18
The internet and digitalization have radically altered our everyday lives. They have transformed our work, recreation, culture and economy and changed the way we communicate with one another. The internet has become a platform for constructing identities and expressing emotions. And, inevitably, the digital revolution has also influenced the practice of art.
ARS17 is a major exhibition of international contemporary art on the theme of digital revolution. The exhibition will showcase artists of the new millennium and offer a fresh approach to contemporary art by also expanding the viewing experience into the online realm.
"More Of Less" Sean Raspet's involvement in meal-replacement start-ups harks back to Bauhaus ambitions to transform everyday life through art.
by A.E. Benenson
Antonella Marino on Cédric Fargues' show "INRI" @ 63rd-77th steps on flashart.it
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