May 2011 Blog Posts (318)

Webpick of the Day – Ziger/Snead Architects

A deep look into this architecture firm’s aesthetics and history provides an elegant and engaging gateway for future clients to glimpse what may be their next architectural project.
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secession: Three exhibitions



Wade Guyton, “Untitled,” 2006.

Epson DURABrite inkjet on book page, 9.75 x 8.375 inches.

secession

In his work as an artist, musician, and composer, Stephen Prina appropriates the works of other artists. At the Secession that means the fitted furnishings from two no longer existent houses by R. M.…

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Pavilion of Iceland at the Venice Biennale: Pavilion of Iceland at the 54th Venice Biennale



Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson, “Your Country Doesn’t Exist (Venice),” 2011.

From the project Your Country Doesn’t Exist, 2003–ongoing.

Venice performance production photos, 2011.

Photo courtesy of Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson.

The official Icelandic representation at the 54th International Art…

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Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (BOZAR): Jeff Wall



Jeff Wall, “The Thinker,” 1986.

Transparency in lightbox, 221 x 229 cm.

© Jeff Wall.

Courtesy of the artist.

Centre for Fine Arts (BOZAR)

27 May–11 September 2011

Famous for his large photographic compositions in light boxes, Canadian artist Jeff Wall (°1946) will present this summer a…

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Raw Material Company : Faites comme chez vous



Philip Aguirre y Otegui, “Cambiamos el Mundo” (Let’s change the World), 2010.

Wood cut, 30 x 40 cm, sketch for wall drawing.

Courtesy of Philip Aguirre.

Raw Material Company – center for art, knowledge and society

25 May–22 June 2011

The notion of hospitality forcedly embodies the concept of…

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



Mirko Bratuša, “Heaters for Hot Feelings” (detail), 2011.

Glazed ceramics, electric heaters, installed heat pumps, electric wiring and water hoses.*

Slovenian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

Mirko Bratuša’s sculpture installation Heaters for Hot Feelings is composed of eight tactile, anthropo-…

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GAMeC – Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Bergamo: New programming at GAMeC



Pratchaya Phinthong, “give more than you take,” 2010–2011.

GAMeC – Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Bergamo

For the exhibition program Eldorado—dedicated to the most interesting emerging artists on the international scene—GAMeC presents give more than you take, the first solo show to…

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



Corban Walker.

Photo by William F. Scanga.

Lismore Castle Arts is pleased to announce that Ireland will be represented by Corban Walker at the 54th International Art Exhibition/La Biennale di Venezia, 4 June–27 November 2011. The Commissioner of the Irish Pavilion is Emily-Jane Kirwan, a Director of The Pace…

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Kunstverein Hamburg: Evelyne Axell and Tal R



Evelyne Axell, “Le Joli Mois de Mai,” 1970.

Provinciaal Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Oostende.

VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2011.

Der Kunstverein, since 1817

Evelyne Axell (1935–1972), a key figure in Belgian pop art, is among the artists whose work is just emerging from the shadow cast by male pop…

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Lunds konsthall: Poul Gernes Retrospective at Lunds konsthall



Poul Gernes, “Stripe series paintings,” 1965.

Rekonstruktion 2007, Documenta 12

Photo by Katrin Rother. © Galerie Ben Kaufmann.

Lunds konsthall

21 May–21 August 2011

Poul Gernes (1925–1996) was born in Copenhagen and lived in southern Sweden for thirty years. Until now his art has not been…

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Alighiero e Boetti Day: Alighiero e Boetti Day



Alighiero Boetti, Torino, 1970.

© Paolo Mussat Sartor, Torino.

Artissima, the Fondazione Nicola Trussardi and the Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT are proud to present Alighiero e Boetti Day, a twelve-hour, non-stop event, curated by Luca Cerizza, Massimiliano…

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



Collective Actions Grou.

Andrei Monastyrski and Collective Actions are to make an installation specially for the Russian Pavilion at the 54th International Art Exhibition. The Collective Actions group (its members are Nikita Alexeev, Elena Elagina, Georgy Kizevalter, Igor Makarevich, Andrei Monastyrski, Nikolai…

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Hail the New Puritan Screening with Charles Atlas and Matt Wolf in Conversation Sunday, June 26, 2011 | 2:00 PM

Part of We Remember Stories, Not Facts: Wu Tsang in Residence

Exuberant and witty, Hail the New Puritan (85 min) is a simulated day-in-the-life “docufantasy” starring the British dance celebrity Michael Clark. Atlas’s fictive portrait of the charismatic choreographer serves as a vivid invocation of the studied decadence of the 1980s post-punk London subculture. Contriving a faux cinéma vérité format in which to stage his stylized fiction,…

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The Table: Presented by the New Museum and Rhizome Thursday, June 23, 2011 | 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM



Part of We Remember Stories, Not Facts: Wu Tsang in Residence



The New Museum and Rhizome are pleased to present The Table, a five-hour, day-into-night performance by DJ/producers Kingdom (Ezra Rubin), Nguzunguzu (Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda), and Total Freedom (Ashland Mines) in collaboration with Wu Tsang. Presented by Wu Tsang as part of his residency We Remember…

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How to Cut a Queen: A Conversation with Jonathan Oppenheim, Ivan Monforte, and Wu Tsang Friday, June 10, 2011 | 7:00 PM



Part of We Remember Stories, Not Facts: Wu Tsang in Residence



Jonathan Oppenheim is the editor of Paris is Burning, a 1990 documentary about Harlem’s House and Ball culture. Ivan Monforte works with Gay Men’s Health Crisis to help provide HIV prevention education to the House and Ball community and will be organizing this year’s twenty-first annual Latex Ball at Roseland Ballroom. This discussion with artist in residence Wu Tsang (presented…

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News – 5/20/2011

The Pitch: The Game of Graphic Design, is a thesis project by Fatimah Kabba.

Why mobile apps will soon be dead.

Bla Bla. A seemingly appropriate title for this interactive tale by Vincent Morisset, produced by the National Film Board of Canada.…

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Land Trust for Tennessee print campaign

From historical landmarks and properties to family farms, Land Trust for Tennessee works with individuals and municipalities to preserve the rich history of Tennessee for future generations. Like many nonprofit groups, they have an awareness problem. With this campaign, local ad agency Bohan educates people around the state about the things worth preserving that they drive past every…

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Webpick of the Week – Civil War 150

This dynamic interactive experience was created for A&E TV in recognition of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

It details multiple aspects of the monumental event in U.S. history and makes a richly dynamic and deeply educational experience fun for a variety of audiences—from the hardcore Civil War fanatic to seventh graders just learning about it. The visual…

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



Ho Tzu Nyen, “The Cloud of Unknowing,” 2011.

Installation with single-channel HD projection, multi-channel audio, lighting, smoke machines and show control system.*

The immersive audio and visual installation in Venice is titled after a fourteenth century mystical treatise on faith, where the cloud is paradoxically…

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Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde: ACTS – Festival for Performative Art



Essi Kausalainen, “Wind Suite,” 2011.

Video installation.

Photo by Mikko Kuorinki.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde

As a new initiative The Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark, presents a new annual event named ACTS – Festival for Performative Art. This year the festival will take place…

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