May 2011 Blog Posts (318)

Mercado---Celebration of ) "Murder" (

Mon-key see Mon-key do..

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Architects Of Progress

it was a path, a road, a way forward

it was not just any other day

yet, in a sense, it could have been



had it been the unusual sunshine

the melodies of the birds

or something in the air



lures material

she now knew empty



she had chosen progress

it had become possible





it was a number, a goal, an ideal

it was not just any other whim

yet, in a sense, how could it be otherwise ?



had it been the many… Continue

Added by Christopher Stewart on May 2, 2011 at 8:17pm — No Comments

Art-Agenda: Rirkrit Tiravanija, Francis Alÿs, David Altmejd, Bernadette Corporation and more…



View of Bernadette Corporation’s “Stone Soup” at Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna, 2011.

Art-Agenda

We have redesigned Art-Agenda’s website, featuring a new review layout, larger images, and a comments feature. We hope you enjoy it. Our first comment sees curator Adriano Pedrosa respond to Adam Kleinman’s…

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News – 5/2/2011

Inside the Internet: Fifteen minutes of a rarely-seen BBC documentary demolishes the myth that ARPAnet was inspired by nuclear war.

Crowdflow wants as much iPhone location data as they can get their hands on; so they can make more cool/useful visualizations just like this one.…

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Art-Agenda: Art-Agenda launches new site



View of Bernadette Corporation’s “Stone Soup” at Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna, 2011.

Today importantly marks the launch of a new Art-Agenda site, featuring a new review layout with larger images and most excitingly, a comments feature! Our first comment is from curator Adriano Pedrosa (hidden link to the review/comment…

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Andrew Holder

“Personal work for a solo show at Hibbleton Gallery.”

Personal, 4-color screenprint.

“An image created for Simple Shoes to be used in various media, including the…

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Tires Plus “Anatomy” poster campaign

This awareness campaign educates consumers on the long-standing brand heritage, proven experience and diverse capabilities of Tires Plus. The biggest challenge for the Pyper Paul + Kenney (Tampa, Florida) creative team was to cut through the huge amount of screaming, price-driven advertising in this category and position Tires Plus as a car care expert with a personalized focus. The…

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EL TRABAJO Y EL OCIO CONVERGEN EN LA EXPOSICIÓN SEDIMENTOS DE ADÁN VALLECILLO

Comunicado No. 981 / CONACULTA  Sala de Prensa / 02 de Mayo de 2012
Integrada por cuatro piezas, podrá visitarse en el Ex Teresa Arte Actual del 3 de mayo al 17 de junio

***El recinto también alberga la muestra Micro-archivos, colectiva de 10 artistas de Centroamérica y El Caribe
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Webpick of the Day – Voltage: Fashion Amplified

With a navigation constructed of vintage show-inspired posters and a mixture of CSS3 and Typekit-powered Web fonts, the site for this annual Minneapolis event is a graphic creation that scales from desktop to phone.
Credits: %3C/a"">"">sevnthsin.com

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Meracdo--------Fools

Another Gift to sway the Elections 

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Mercado---------------0Nly Fools

On the Streets Tonight

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French Pavilion at the Venice Biennale: French Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale



Christian Boltanski, “Chance,” 2011.

© Didier Plowy.

4 June–27 November 2011

Christian Boltanski, a leading figure in the international art scene, is representing France at the 54th International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennial; for the French pavilion, he is featuring a spectacular installation…

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Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art: Prefix ICA presents Prefix Photo 23 and Marie-Jeanne Musiol



Cover photo: Manon De Pauw.

Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the release of the twenty-third issue of Prefix Photo magazine. On the subject of shadow plays, editor Scott McLeod writes: “Not only do photography’s origins lie in the desire to capture, hold or otherwise “fix” the…

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Artforum: May 2011

Summer Preview: This month, Artforum previews fifty exhibitions opening worldwide, including the 54th Venice Biennale and Lee Ufan‘s retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.…

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Uncoiling part 1 (revisited)



Tobyo » from the Bakemono-Dukushi - Unknown Artist)…





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Added by Christopher Stewart on May 1, 2011 at 8:37pm — No Comments

International Studio & Curatorial Studio (ISCP) : Spring Open Studios



Kanako Sasaki, “Caroline from the series Ukiyo 2,” 2009.

C-print.

Courtesy of the artist.

International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)

May 12–15, 2011

The International Studio & Curatorial Studio (ISCP) announces its Spring Open Studios, a four-day exhibition of international…

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Kunstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral: Call for application for the Balmoral Scholarships and the Foreign and Exchange Scholarships for 2012



Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral next to the river “Lahn” and the Russian Orthodox Church.

Courtesy: Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral/Didier Morin.

Kunstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral

The conditions for all scholarships with the exception of the curator scholarship are a completed course of study in art (M.F.A. or…

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The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum: Alyson Baker named ninth Director

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Baker will assume the directorship of The Aldrich on July 5, 2011, following an eleven-year term as executive director of Socrates Sculpture Park, an internationally renowned outdoor museum and artist residency program located in New York City. She succeeds Harry Philbrick,…

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