May 2011 Blog Posts (318)

Wyspa Institute of Art: Alternativa



Kasia Krakowiak, “Human Antenna,” 2011.

Courtesy the artist.

29 May–30 September 2011

Located in the legendary Gdansk Shipyard, where the workers’ strikes of 1980 began the process of the disintegration of the Communist bloc, Alternativa looks at the atmosphere of political momentum and its…

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Hong Kong at the Venice Biennale: Hong Kong at the 54th Venice Biennale



Kwok Mang-ho (a.k.a. Frog King), “Frog King Kwok’s Logo,” Hong Kong, 2011.

The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) is pleased to announce “Frogtopia?Hongkornucopia” featuring the works of Hong Kong artist Kwok Mang-ho (a.k.a. Frog King) at the 54th Venice Biennale from June 4 to November 27 2011 under the…

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Museum of 18th Century Venice, Ca’ Rezzonico: Barry X Ball



Barry X Ball, “Envy,” 2008–2010.

Golden Honeycomb Calcite, 22 x 17-1/4 x 9-1/2 inches.

Private Collection, Basel, Switzerland.

Barry X Ball, “Purity”, 2008–2009.

Golden Honeycomb Calcite, 24 x 16-1/2 x 11-1/4 inches.

Private Collection, London, UK.

Sala del Trono, Ca’ Rezzonico..

Photo courtesy of…
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Belgian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale: Belgian Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale



Angel Vergara, “Feuilleton,” 2011.

Photo LB © Angel Vergara.

4 June–27 November 2011

Angel Vergara is the artist chosen to represent the French Community of Belgium in the 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. Angel Vergara has used different media such as drawing, video,…

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Stedelijk Museum: Stedelijk Museum in June



Keren Cytter, “Avalanche,” 2011.

Courtesy of the artist / Pilar Corrias Gallery.

The Stedelijk Museum continues its temporary program with Temporary Stedelijk 2, which focuses on the renowned collection of modern and contemporary art and design. Selections from the collections are presented on a rotating…

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



The artist Diohandi.

Courtesy of the artist and Kalfayan Galleries, Athens-Thessaloniki.

Photo by Dimitris Kalapodas.

Taking as her starting point the overall theme of the 54th Biennale di Venezia, namely ILLUMInations, Diohandi will create a site specific installation in the Greek Pavilion titled…

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Art At Work : Ian Kiaer’s Il baciamano



Ian Kiaer, project for “Il Baciamano”, 2011.

Courtesy Art At Work

Art At Work

Ian Kiaer is an artist who creates with drawings, left-over objects and odd pieces of material imaginary and symbolic situations marked by a specific painterly quality. These propositions composed by objects, models and…

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Fondazione Prada: Ca’ Corner della Regina



Ca’ Corner della Regina.

First piano nobile floor, May 2011.

Courtesy Fondazione Prada.

Photo Agostino Osio.

The Fondazione Prada is pleased to announce the opening, on May 31, 2011, of its new exhibition space in Venice, the Ca’ Corner della Regina, an historic palazzo on the Grand Canal. Belonging…

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IUAV—University of Venice, Faculty of Visual Art and Design: Book Launch: Agonistic Academies

The concept of artistic research has raised many questions during the past decade accompanied by intense and heated debates. What form of research could the domain of visual art produce? Do the rhetorics of the concept of research include novel practices or does research rather exclude and/or marginalize certain…

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Cradle and All Portrays Two Brooklyn Heights Couples

By Mark Kennedy

Associated Press

NEW YORK — No one can accuse Daniel Goldfarb of having rose-colored glasses when it comes to fatherhood.

The playwright’s Cradle and All is a cut-to-the-bone look at how babies — those little apparent bundles of joy — can sometimes more easily resemble grenades, exposing secrets their parents want hidden and straining relationships to the breaking point.

Goldfarb’s smart and pitch-perfect play, which opened Wednesday at Manhattan…

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News – 5/27/2011

Google Data Arts CD Aaron Koblin‘s recent TED talk on visualizing our humanity.

And… the Sonic campaign just got a little bit weirder. “Kiss.” By Goodby.

As if a doctor/dentist visit isn’t already bad enough… a super interesting…

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New Museum Block Party 2011 Saturday, July 23, 2011 | 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Join us for a day of art activities and performances in Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Engage in interactive educator- and artist-led projects and performances related to the mission and programs of the New Museum, and head over to the Museum to participate in free gallery tours exploring our current exhibitions.

The New Museum Block Party is free and open to the public. All Block Party guests will receive complementary admission to the New Museum on the day of the…

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C&A Brazil Iguatemi flagship store

How does an international powerhouse brand raise its fashion and retail ante for the Brazilian market, while still being mindful of heritage, culture and customers? By revolutionizing it. Working side-by-side with C&A Brazil, Columbus, Ohio’s Chute Gerdeman delivered this fresh and relevant reinvention of merchandise strategy, store design, visual merchandising and brand…

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Webpick of the Week – North Texas Green Council

The North Texas Green Council, the Dallas chapter of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) is an active and growing association; its old site did little to reflect that. In fact the old site had a total of about ten photos, no story about what the chapter was involved in and it was all green—literally.

The new site incorporates a wealth of educational and…

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Call the Witness, Roma Pavilion: Call the Witness, Roma Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale



“Call the Witness,” designed by

Kummer & Herrman, Utrecht.

Call the Witness is the project of the Roma Pavilion, which takes place as a Collateral Event in the framework of the 54th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2011. A makeshift exhibition evolving over the course of the Biennale…

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Participation of Croatia at the 54th Venice Biennale: Participation of Croatia at the 54th Venice Biennale



Left: BADco. “Responsibility for Things Seen: Tales in Negative Space,” 2011.

Photo by Dinko Rup?i?.

Courtesy of BADco.

Right: Antonio G. Lauer a.k.a. Tomislav Gotovac, “Showing the Elle Magazine,” 6 b/w photographs, 1962.

Photographer: Ivica Hripko.

Courtesy of Sarah Gotovac.

The focus of the…

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Chisenhale Gallery: Josephine Pryde



Josephine Pryde, “Embryos and Estate Agents: L’Art de Vivre,” 2011.

27 May–10 July 2011

Chisenhale Gallery presents a new exhibition by Josephine Pryde, ‘Embryos and Estate Agents: L’Art de Vivre.’ Featuring an entirely new body of photographic work commissioned for Chisenhale Gallery, this will be…

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one big room full of bad bitches

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Stroom Den Haag: Raphael Zarka



Raphaël Zarka, “Gibellina Vecchia,” 2010.

Film super 16 transferred to HD, 11′.

Courtesy Galerie Michel Rein, Paris.

29 May–21 August 2011

Stroom Den Haag presents the first solo exhibition in the Netherlands of the versatile French artist Raphaël Zarka. “Nature is an infinite…

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Someone will be there, someone who will know what it says…

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