Marc Jancou Gallery Contemporary

Ken Lum - Swiss Institute

June 22 - August 19, 2018
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Swiss Institute Architecture and Design Series: 3rd Edition

Curated by Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen

Including works by Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu, Lutz Bacher, Alan Belcher, Daniella Betta, Petra Blaisse / Inside Outside, Jennifer Bolande, Arno Brandlhuber, Merlin Carpenter, Caruso St. John, Christo, Alain Clairet, Claire Fontaine, Maria Eichhorn, Sylvie Fleury, Wade Guyton, Trix and Robert Haussmann, Koo Jeong A, Pierre Joseph, Christian Kerez, Rem Koolhaas, Lacaton & Vassal, Adriana Lara, Klara Liden, Ken Lum, Chloe Maratta, Lucy McKenzie, Sveta Mordovskaya, Mos Architects, Kaspar Müller, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Oliver Payne and Nick Relph, Cedric Price, Cecilia Puga, Smiljan Radic, Emanuel Rossetti, Aldo Rossi, Sauter von Moos in collaboration with Herzog & de Meuron, Sergison Bates Architects, Ser Serpas, Richard Sides & Gili Tal, Lena Tutunjian, Flannery Silva, Reena Spaulings, Jan Vorisek, Martin Wong, Lena Youkhana, Heimo Zobernig and more.

Torsten Slama - Kimmerich

June 9 - July 13, 2018
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Paideuma : Torsten Slama solo show will be on view at gallery Kimmerich in Berlin. 

David Noonan - Andersen's

April 27 - June 16, 2018
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Shadowed Forms marks a significant cultural occasion in Denmark, where Hepworth’s works have not travelled since her first and only presentation in 1964.
Over five decades later, Andersen’s will present Hepworth’s work in the context of an artistic collaboration with Kevin Francis Gray who, with a group of invited artists, collectively pay homage to Sheltered Form.
The artists in the exhibition are: Keith Coventry, Laura Gannon, Kevin Francis Gray, Barbara Hepworth, Chantal Joffe, Samson Kambalu, Josephine Meckseper, David Noonan, HelenA Pritchard, Charlotte Cullinan & Jeanine Richards, Eva Rothschild, Caragh Thuring, and Sophie von Hellermann.
The exhibition is curated by Kevin Francis Gray. 

Dorota Jurczak - Bzzz

May 24 -August 12, 2018
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Dorota Jurczak was relatively unknown in her native Poland until she showed the exhibition “Bzzz” at Piktogram in Warsaw in 2015. After living for a good 15 years in Belgium and Germany, and with a succession of international exhibitions behind her, she returned to her Polish roots to exhibit a number of brand new paintings, etching, sculptural vases and objects (puppets) at Bergen Kunsthall. 

Tomoaki Suzuki - Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking

March 24 – May 5, 2018
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Tomoaki Suzuki will be showing alongside a brilliant group of artists in "Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking" at Attercliffe in Sheffield.

The show opens on Saturday 24 March (2-4pm) and will be open by appointment until Saturday 5 May.

Ken Lum - The Wattis Institute

March 15 – May 12, 2018
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Ken Lum’s large and complex body of work has included performances in public spaces, sculptures produced from rented furniture, paintings of incomprehensible language, and works that mimic the signage in low-end strip malls. Within these varying forms, he has focused on the construction of identity in public and private arenas, engaging with the conditions that shape our lived experience and position us as social subjects. 


This exhibition at the CCA Wattis Institute will feature two recent bodies of work as well as a selection of existing work spanning the past three decades of Lum's practice.


An interesting article is available at Contemporary Art Daily here.

Ken Lum - The Wattis Institute

March 15 – May 12, 2018
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The exhibition "What's old is old for a dog" is Curated by Kim Nguyen and organized by Leila Grothe.


There are rules. There always have been. Rules that determine the parameters of what is enough and what isn't. There are rules that say who is allowed inside that are different than the rules that define who gets to stay. It is still foolish to believe that admission, acceptance, and success in the art world are detached from race, class, and gender. It remains disappointing that this realization does nothing to mitigate the demoralizing effects of living with this knowledge, or the constant anxiety that comes with adhering to the endless social rules and economic expectations once inside. Yet somehow, for many of us, it is better to be of this place, than on the outskirts of it. And choosing to be of this place is also choosing a life of fraudulence. But what happens when the real seeps through? 


February 24 – May 13, 2018
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In 2003, the Solothurn Museum of Art dedicated a large exhibition to Ian Anüll (*1948). While paintings, objects and installations were on display at that time, the artist is now being presented with works on paper in the Graphic Cabinet. The artist's work is characterised by both poetic lightness and a perceptible emphasis on content. In a wide selection of exhibits from various creative phases from the 1970s to the present day, it becomes clear how humorous and profound his works are. 

Michael Cline - Night Paving

November 29, 2017
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Born in Florida, based in New York, Cline is a representational painter whose canvases each contain intense little worlds, be they narrative scenes or dense still lifes. Channeling New Objectivity painters like Anton Räderscheit and Georg Scholz and American tromp l'oil painters like John Frederick Peto and William Michael Harnett, he has arrived at a highly personal vision of contemporary figuration, somehow reworking those points of reference into something fully relevant and resonant in today's world. Night Paving will be on view at Corbett vs. Dempse in Chicago. 

David Noonan - A Dark and Quiet Place

November 23, 2017 - January 13, 2018
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David Noonan’s film work : A Dark and Quiet Place at Modern Art in London. Noonan's first film in over a decade is an experiential reflection on theatre, performance, time and the tension between figuration and abstraction. The film is a durational work comprising of still images that gradually dissolve and shift, creating new connections and juxtapositions. A Dark and Quite Place montages imagery from Noonan's extensive archive to create an immersive experience supported by a minimalist electronic soundtrack. 


November 18, 2017 – February 25, 2018
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Against the backdrop of 1960s counterculture, Kelley and Shaw shared a lifelong friendship and common background: an upbringing and education in the state of Michigan. After growing up in the Detroit area and Midland, respectively, Kelley and Shaw met in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan, then moved to Los Angeles in 1976 to pursue graduate school at the California Institute of the Arts. ​Michigan Stories​ is the first exhibition to place these artists’ practices alongside each other in historical context, approaching their work as parallel visual meditations on midwestern culture in particular, and on American culture more broadly.
Michigan Stories: Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw is organized by the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University and co-curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler, Director, and Carla Acevedo-Yates and Steven L. Bridges, Assistant Curators. Support for this exhibition is provided by the Ringier Collection, Switzerland, and the Eli and Edythe Broad endowed exhibitions fund.

Congratulations to Steven Claydon

November 10, 2017
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Congratulations to Steven Claydon for receiving the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists 2017.
The awards aim to give artists the freedom to develop their creative ideas and to grow both personally and professionally. 
In his recent work, Claydon has posed the question of whether objects and concepts – emancipated from specific uses and contexts – may be understood in terms of the evolutionary survival strategies seen in humans and animals.

Renee So - FIFTEEN at Kate Macgarry

November 10 - December 16, 2017
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The exhibition FIFTEEN celebrates the fifteenth anniversary of Kate Macgarry gallery in London. It is presenting a selection of works of multiple artists such as Rana Begum, Josh Backwell, Matt Bryans and Renee So among others.

Jim Shaw - Metro Pictures

November 2 - December 22, 2017
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Jim Shaw’s exhibition of paintings at Metro Pictures is the influential artist’s first in New York since his 2015 New Museum survey "The End is Here,” in which he exhibited an immersive installation; his idiosyncratic paintings, drawings and sculpture; his exalted collection of thrift store paintings (first shown at Metro Pictures in 1991); and densely accumulated oddball religious ephemera. An icon of the Los Angeles art scene, he is associated with a generation of artists that includes Mike Kelley, John Miller and Tony Oursler, all of whom studied at Cal Arts in the 1970s.

David Noonan - A Dark and Quiet Place

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 at 7pm
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Caro Sposo is pleased to organize the French premiere of David Noonan’s latest film at Cinéma Brady on the occasion of FIAC 2017.
Best known for his tableaux, collages, sculptures, and installations, David Noonan is presenting his first film work in over a decade. A meditation on performance, its associated apparatus, and the physical and imaginary domains they inhabit, A Dark and Quiet Place extends the researches he has conducted since the beginning of the 2000s. A montage of multiple iconographic sources as well as a scopic diving into the hearts of images, the film—whose nagging soundtrack is hypnotic—waves between mental space and physical space, figuration and abstraction, dream states and cultural references.
The screening is accompanied by the book launch of Noonan’s latest artist’s book, also entitled A Dark and Quiet Place, published by Common Editions.

Ken Lum - Far and Near: the Distance(s) between Us

September 6 – October 29, 2017
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The exhibition Far and Near: the Distance(s) between Us at the Art Museum University of Toronto brings together several generations of Canadian artists of Chinese descent, offering perspectives onto the Chinese Canadian community’s historical and cultural evolutions and developments. The works included in the exhibition investigate overlooked narratives by exploring notions of distancing and being distanced in relation to race, identity, sexuality and their intertwining with Chinese Canadian history.

Roe Ethridge: Innocence II at Gagosian, San Francisco

Sep 21 - Oct 28, 2017
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In Ethridge’s photographs the real is used to suggest, or disrupt, the ideal. Through commercial images of fashion models, products, and advertisements as well as intimate moments from his own daily life, he reveals the fine line between the generic and the personal, merging art-historical genres with the image culture of today.

“Innocence II” includes a new series of large-scale, layered photographs printed on brass. Multiple exposures and transparencies synthesize on the gleaming metallic surface, producing near-alchemical effects, as if each detail were made of light itself. Thus Ethridge echoes the very mechanics of photography, enhancing the medium’s ability to evoke the passing of time. Seven of the brass works feature photographs of model Louise Parker, some of which also incorporate Looney Tunes characters, silhouetted objects, and brick walls. Though Parker appears throughout Ethridge's oeuvre, these photographs were the first he ever took with her. Repurposing his personal archive, he uses the past as source material from which to produce hybrid, even monstrous, portraits—misplaced eyes, smiles, and other features disrupt the integrity of the original photographs.

Jim Shaw - Blum & Poe

Through August 19, 2017
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The exhibition presents new works by Los Angeles-based artist Jim Shaw (b. 1952, Midland, MI), marking his second solo with the gallery. A veteran of nearly 40 years in the field of art, the artist received his BA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts, Santa Clarita. His work has been shown extensively internationally and has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions, including major surveys at the Marciano Art Foundation in Los Angeles, New Museum in New York, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Chalet Society in Paris and many others, as well as featured in prominent public and private collections, such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. In 2013 his work was included in the show “The Encyclopedic Palace” at the 55th Venice Biennale.


From Saturday, August 5
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Drawing is remembering, a deposition, a perspective, one's vision of an object, an image that starts from bias and moves toward accessibility, redrawn and over-written, some parts corrected, others fetishized and still others obliterated or buffed-out leaving only traces behind. The panel mounted drawings in this exhibition employ figures and motifs of cityscapes, gesturally evoking Los Angeles while avoiding iconic identity. This lack of specificity, while still familiar, allows the imagery to exist in a tense state between the particular and the general, a collective unconscious.

Steven Claydon - LUX Scotland

Wednesday 5 July, 7-9pm
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LUX Scotland presents a screening of work by artist Steven Claydon to coincide with his current exhibitions at The Common Guild and Mount Stuart Trust. 
Unfolding a set of ongoing concerns explored across both exhibitions, this selection of films pushes and pulls at the rupture between the elemental materiality of things and the shifting values, histories and meanings that we assign to them. 
The programme will include Claydon’s recent commission for Art Sheffield 2016, Infra-idol Assembly, and will be followed by a Q&A with the artist. 

Steven Claydon: The Archipelago of Contented Peoples: Endurance Groups

22 April – 09 July 2017
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Steven Claydon is known for sculptural work that examines the changing value of objects – aesthetic, functional and financial – a theme that has become more pertinent against the backdrop of threats to cultural heritage internationally. Working with a range of carefully sourced and fabricated components, encompassing the arcane and the high-tech, Claydon plays out the processes whereby objects come into being, accrue meaning, and endure and transform through environmental and cultural shifts.
For his exhibition at The Common Guild, Claydon presents a group of new works spanning sculpture, installation and sound, in which he addresses the ideas of jeopardy and pressure. Claydon’s work often draws a parallel between physical pressures – such as those experienced at great depth, altitude, or in a vacuum – and the subtler kinds of pressures that are imposed on objects in terms of how they are used, viewed, presented or aestheticised within any given social or institutional context.

Andy Warhol - Pop Pictures People

From June 30
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Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is back at The Museum Brandhorst. Alongside the solo exhibitions of Kerstin Brätsch and Seth Price, the rooms on the lower level will display the Warhol highlights from the Brandhorst Collection. The exhibition affords in-depth insights into the Pop-Art icon’s legacy. The juxtaposition of Andy Warhol’s works with those of his contemporaries and successors such as Alex Katz (b. 1927), Louise Lawler (b. 1947), Keith Haring (1958-1990), Cady Noland (b. 1956) and Jeff Koons (b. 1955) demonstrate the continued relevance of his oeuvre. 

Marina Adams - Aspects of Abstraction

23 June - 11 August 2017
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Aspects of Abstraction, a group exhibition which features the work of American painters Marina Adams, Paul Feeley, Joanna Pousette-Dart, and Leon Polk Smith. On view will be selections of paintings and drawings by the artists, each highlighting their innovative use of color and composition.

Ian Anüll - Peinture en Promo

10 June - 20 August 2017
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Marc Jancou has the pleasure to announce the opening of the solo exhibition: Ian Anüll  « Peinture en Promo » on Saturday, June 10, 17h30 at Haus für Kunst Uri - Herrengasse 2, 6460 Altdorf. 

Slawomir Elsner - Museen Böttcherstraße

10 June - 10 september 2017
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Slawomir Elsner was born in Wodzislaw, Poland in 1976. From 1995 to 2002, Elsner studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Kassel. Since then, he has exhibited widely throughout Europe, at museums and galleries alike, and his work can be found in esteemed private collections both here and abroad. Recently, the artist was the subject of a solo exhibition at the Polish Institute, Berlin, Paris – Berlin – Warszawa, and was included in a group exhibition at the Museum Folkwang, Essen honoring recipients of the prestigious Kunsthaus Essen scholarship since 1998. Revered as one of the foremost Polish contemporary artists, Elsner’s work is also included in a Hatje Cantz publication, Polish!, a survey of Polish artists working today.

Albrecht Schnider - Galerie Stihl Waiblingen

3 June - 27 August, 2017
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"Die Linie ist Gedanke - Faszination Zeichnung" 

With a selection of different artistic positions, Galerie Stihl Waiblingen will devote itself to the concept of drawing in contemporary art in the summer of 2017. It reaches beyond the sketches, the mere preliminary study or the design. According to Paul Klee, the line takes thought and translates it into a picture. It has been observed for a number of years that many works are created that are interspersed between the sensuality of the dynamic expression of the line and the abstraction of a conceptual use of the drawing process.

Albrecht Schnider - AKINCI

2 June - 15 July, 2017
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Though the artist’s paintings demonstrate a restrained elegance, their source drawings, swiftly sketched at the end of each day in the studio, are products of a spontaneous, intuitive process. While many of these drawings remain simply exercises, never emerging from their sketchbook, others are singled out by the artist for further exploration. Their oppositions of line and surface, presence and absence, are distilled and translated into the larger, more rigid compositions of Schnider’s paintings. When we look at Albrecht Schnider’ s figurative and abstract drawings and paintings, they are reminiscent of things that lie behind us; they point to the void and they prefigure something new

Raymond Pettibon: TH‘ EXPLOSIYV SHOYRT T

29 April - 24 June 2017
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Pettibon's work embraces a wide spectrum of American high and low culture, from the deviations of marginal youth to art history, sports, religion, politics, sexuality, and literature. Taking their point of departure in the Southern California punk-rock scene of the late 1970s and 1980s and the do-it-yourself aesthetic of album covers, comics, concert flyers, and fanzines that characterized the movement, his drawings have come to occupy their own genre of potent and dynamic artistic commentary.
The exhibition includes drawings and collages—a relatively new introduction within the artist's oeuvre—in Pettibon's characteristic bold style. The title (here rewritten using the artist's personalized spelling) refers to a 1963 book by legendary American football coach Homer Rice, which details his variation on the so-called T-formation, the precursor to most modern offensive formations in the sport. The potent and aggressive associations of the phrase are echoed throughout the works on view, which shrewdly address facets of contemporary American life.


May 25, 2017 – January 13, 2018
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Jim Shaw: The Wig Museum highlights Shaw’s over thirty-year engagement with America’s social, political, and spiritual histories through the nation’s vernacular and fringe cultures. The Wig Museum is Jim Shaw’s first, long overdue, comprehensive solo exhibition in Los Angeles, home to the artist since the 1970s. The exhibition cuts across his entire body of work comprised of painting, sculpture, drawing, and installation.

Louise Lawler: WHY PICTURES NOW at the MOMA New York

30 April - 30 July 2017
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WHY PICTURES NOW, the first New York museum survey of the work of American artist Louise Lawler, is an exploration of her creative output, which has inspired fellow artists and cultural thinkers alike for the past four decades. The exhibition consists of a sequence of mural-scale, “adjusted to fit” images set in dynamic relation to non-linear groupings of photographs—of collectors’ homes, auction houses, and museum installations—distinctive of Lawler’s conceptual exercises. Additionally, a deceptively empty space presents black-and-white tracings of Lawler’s photographs that have been printed on vinyl and mounted directly to the wall. A display of the artist’s ephemera from the 1970s to today highlights the feminist and performative undercurrents of her art. The defiant, utterly quizzical sound piece Birdcalls (1972/81), for which the artist turned the names of well-known male artists into bird-like squawks and twitters, will be installed in the Museum’s Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. In foregrounding her work’s relationship to the economies of collaboration and exchange, Lawler shifts focus from the individual picture to the broader history of art. Her careful attention to artistic contexts, modes of presentation, and viewers’ receptions generates witty, affective situations that contribute to institutional transformation. 

David Noonan at The Glucksman

14 April - 9 July 2017
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The theatre is traditionally seen as a space of storytelling and illusion, where the spectator surrenders to the narrative. In Enter Stage Left, various dramatic devices such as sets, props, lighting and scripts, are used by Irish and international artists to explore and disrupt the enchantment of thespian conventions. The exhibition is a peek behind the scenes, a revealing look at the craft of theatre and the ways in which artists have reimagined the stage through the prism of art.
Enter Stage Left includes work by artists whose practice delves into realms of stagecraft. Drawing on influences from the worlds of design, ballet, and music, as well as performance, their works reveal the hidden mechanics behind the staged production and the ways in which the theatre itself reflects wider social and political ideas.
Enter Stage Left: the craft of theatre in art
Artists: Ella de Búrca, Lothar Götz, Aoibheann Greenan, Barbara Kasten, Gareth Kennedy, David Noonan, Alexandre Singh, and Althea Thauberger.
Exhibition curated by Chris Clarke and Fiona Kearney.


Dorota Jurczak at The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

March 25, 2017
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The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw opens in its new premises on the banks of the Vistula with an exhibition entitled “The Beguiling Siren is Thy Crest”. It delves into the cultural connotations of Warsaw’s symbol, and its universality in the context of creating a modern urban identity.

Depictions of the siren have changed so often over the centuries, that the one thing they all have in common seems to be her dualistic, hybrid nature: she is both human and animal. Appearing on Warsaw’s medieval coat of arms is – surprisingly – a half-man, half-dragon figure. The image of the fish-woman became prevalent as late as the beginning of the 18th century. The exhibition focuses on this diversity of forms. The birdlike siren is depicted (among others) in Pablo Picasso sketches, the collages of Anglo-American surrealist Penny Slinger or the paintings of Dorota Jurczak.


19 Dec 2016 - 19 Mar 2017
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David Noonan is part of Primavera at the Musueum of Contemporary Art Australia's annulal exhibition dedicated to young Australian artistis. 

Primavera at 25: MCA Collection celebrated twenty-five years of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia’s Primavera exhibition. Taking this significant milestone as a departure point, Primavera at 25 brought together works from the MCA Collection by 22 artists and artist groups, who had previously exhibited in Primavera, that explored ideas of transformation, time and history.

Carter - American Painting

March 10, 2017
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For his third solo exhibition at Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Carter has swapped the brush for a manual sewing machine, has interwoven towels into the picture support and has changed his reduced color range from blue, grey and black to a rich multicolored spectrum. Although paint is still applied to the surface he has introduced an incredibly detailed stitching using brightly colored thread. Nevertheless Carter’s artistic style remains unique, distinctive and individual. It consists of subtle variations of repeating colors, such as pink, red, light blue or neon yellow and green. Shapes of hand-sewn faces, meticulously sewn eyes, wide opened mouths with brightly colored lips and teeth, stuck out tongues and floating heads manically run through his entire new body of work. The facial images live in a space that’s perhaps both absurd and ghastly, yet ultimately detached from any specific feeling or emotion. Tightly applied to the support, Carter’s blending of the foreground with the partly painted background creates a complete visual space in constructing a dense fabric of references out of formal, semantic and historic allusions.

Slawomir Elsner at Pinakothek der Moderne

March 09, 2017
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"Missing. Franz marc’s the tower of blue horses contemporary artists in search of a lost masterpiece"

A collaborative project with Haus am Waldsee, Berlin
(3 March through 6 June 2017), with the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich

Scarcely any other masterpiece in the modernist tradition has as tumultuous a story as the painting ‘The Tower of Blue Horses’ (1913) by Franz Marc. Its alternating presence in Munich and Berlin made it a link between the two art capitals; repeatedly almost destroyed, saved, and preserved again, it ultimately vanished without a trace after the Second World War.

The question still remains: Where is ‘The Tower of Blue Horses’ today – as a painting, as a memory, as a remote totemic object? – a speculative question now posed by a group of contemporary artists in Berlin and Munich. Their works, created exclusively for this investigative exhibition project, examine the image’s mythology (not least against the background of the surviving Munich study) and trace the unbroken fascination it holds. The artists present their results in two parallel exhibitions in Berlin and Munich that function as an invitation to keep the discourse about the mystery of this iconic painting going.

Participating artists in Berlin: Martin Assig, Norbert Bisky, Birgit Brenner, Johanna Diehl, Marcel van Eeden, Julia Franck, Arturo Herrera, Via Lewandowsky, Rémy Markowitsch, Peter Rösel.

Participating artists in Munich: Viktoria Binschtok, Tatjana Doll, Slawomir Elsner, Jana Gunstheimer, Thomas Kilpper, Dierk Schmidt.

Albrecht Schnider at ETH Zürich

February 24, 2017
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The ETH Zürich’s Collection of Prints and Drawings includes some 160,000 fine artworks on paper from the 16th century to the present day. It continues to develop – also in the field of contemporary art, where it acts as a for the latest developments by acquiring contemporary works. The exhibition “Eternal Present” marking its150th anniversary focuses on prints, photographs and drawings which have been produced during the past twenty years and which have been absorbed into the collection. In close collaboration, the head of the Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich and the head of the Helmhaus Zürich have focused intensively on this part of the collection. Their selection includes works by Albrecht Schnider and by almost 40 more artists; some of them have already achieved recognition while others are still at the very beginning of their careers.

Marina Adams’s Recent Paintings and Gouaches

January 28, 2017
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"When I was looking at Marina Adams’s five large paintings in her terrific debut exhibition, Marina Adams: Soft Power, at Salon 94 Bowery (January 13–February 22, 2017), I felt that she shared something with the superb colorist, the Russian-born Serge Poliakoff (1908–1969), who, while he remains little known in America, gained a number of ardent fans who saw his work in Paris, where he lived and worked for many years,   Shirley Jaffe, Brice Marden, and Jonathan Lasker, among them. The eye-opening survey exhibition, Serge Poliakoff, at Cheim & Read (March 31–April 30, 2016), thoughtfully curated by the artist and critic Joe Fyfe, was his first large show in America in thirty years. That exhibition introduced us to a postwar artist working in Europe in the 1950s and ‘60s who had fallen from grace and was not looked at seriously for many years, either in Europe or America." Article by John Yau on hyperallergic.

Marina Adams at Salon 94

From January 13, 2017 to February 22, 2017
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Marina Adams marks her debut exhibition at Salon 94 Bowery with a striking burst of color. Soft Power includes five large-scale paintings that display the artist’s deft use of palette. Fluently pushing color into form, Adams creates undulating, interlocking shapes that reveal a powerful internal rhythm beneath their surface simplicity. As the artist puts it, "Meaning and intellect in abstract art can be difficult to locate, as there is no narrative to lead us into it. It is like the voice itself. I use pattern and color to create the voice. And I use structure and form to channel it."

30 Years Kunsthalle Bern Foundation

November 22, 2016
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The collection of the Stiftung Kunsthalle Bern currently comprises around 400 works by 51 male and 26 female artists. They are repeatedly lent to institutions around the world, thus lending international visibility to the collection. To mark the anniversary, a selection will be presented at the Kunsthalle Bern for the first time. The show brings together works by 16 artists, showing a portion of the collecting activities since the 1990s.

We are happy to annouce that Albrecht Schnider is one of the 16 artists presented in this exhibition held from November 26 to December 8, 2016.


Sculpture Project

September 07, 2016
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The Skulpturenprojekt for Viertel Zwei was conceived from an original idea by the gallery owner Gabriele Senn and the real estate developer Michael Griesmayr: an outdoor gallery for art objects, accessible to the public.

The Skulpturenprojekt is a signature project for a contemporary development of the Kunst-am-Bau idea – Percent for Art. The public gallery provides a tactile and immediate experience of the visual arts for all who live and work here and simultaneously networks industry and art on one site, which is of interest to both.

Artists :
Tom Burr / Martin Kippenberger / Marko Lulić / Barbara Mungenast / Elfie Semotan / Stephanie Taylor / Hans Weigand


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John Miller – Paintings from the early 80’s to the present

September 07, 2016
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John Miller belongs to a generation of US artists who, at the beginning of the 1980s, broke loose from Minimal Art and Conceptual Art and to go its own way. At this time, the “Pictures Theory” emerged, exemplified by the work Richard Prince, Cindy Sherman, Allan McCollum and Sherrie Levine – among others. Miller was more closely aligned with a later group of Los Angeles artists who he studied with at CalArts: Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw, Tony Oursler and Christopher Williams. He went on to develop a formal language all of his own, while concerned with the media and consumerism, also calls into question the role of the artist vis-à-vis specific societal and economic conditions. Although his work spans a range of media – video, painting, photography, collage and sculpture –painting from the very outset holds a fundamental significance in his oeuvre and functions as a recurring element.

Exhibition at galery Meyer Riegger

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Gretchen Faust: greengrassi

September 06, 2016
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Gretchen Faust: Aint Wet Paint opens at greengrassi.


September 9 - October 8, 2016
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Tim Berresheim at Meliksetian | Briggs

August 26, 2016
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"New Strength from an Old Root", Tim Berresheim's first solo show in the United State since his 2010 show at Marc Jancou Contemporary, open August 26th at Meliksetian | Briggs. Figures, created by Andi Thissen, "typify central aspects of Berresheim’s aesthetic concept (such as ambiguity, coherence or additive knowledge)" and have been made available as prints. Berresheim's mostly abstract works alludes to his previous ouevre and the thread between the panelled picture plane of fine arts and picture plane of the computer.

The show opens Friday, August 26th at 7 pm in West Hollywood.  Please visit Tim Berresheim's website here for further description of the exhibition.

Dorota Jurczak at Culturgest

July 06, 2016
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The Culturgest Foundation of Lisbon, Portugal is now showing work by artist Dorota Jurczak. The enigmatically titled ~.{ }.~  features engravings, sculpture and painting from the past decade. Jurczak's work is rooted in the folk tradition, with delicate figuration that captures the warmth of mythology, and an undercurrent of the mysterious and macabre found in the likes of puppet shows and gothic fairytales.  As Ana Teixero Pinto wrote in a review of a previous Jurczak show, "folk tales also often revolve around an interdiction (“don’t go there”/ “don’t open that door”), which is always meant to be broken," and Poland-born Dorota Jurczak breaks through categorization, genre, and the coldness of Eastern Bloc modernism which her work subtly pushes againt.

~.{ }.~ opened at Culturgest on July 1st. It is running July 2 - October 2, 2016. Click here for more information.

Cindy Sherman at The Broad

June 27, 2016
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The largest retrospective of Cindy Sherman’s work to be held in Los Angeles in over 20 years is currently on display at the Broad. The Broad has curated a series of large and small scale works that survey the artists career. It has combined works from its own extensive collection of Sherman as well as  key loans from other institutions. The work of Sherman has a particular resonance for Eli and Edye Broad, the founders of the institution, who began collecting Sherman’s work over thirty years ago. Since then they have amassed the largest collection of Sherman’s work in the world. As an artist, Sherman is known for her images that see her become the self directed model. She constructs an identity that shifts from one image to the next. She questions notions of persona, environment and media, as well as critically examining questions of authenticity and identity, and most importantly the notion of representation and the deceptive role of the image in contemporary culture. She presents a critic of the mediated personalities that we engage with in modern life. In 1997 Marc Jancou presented an exhibition of Sherman's work in an exhibition entitled: History Painting in London. In this body of work Sherman reappopriates the historic image using the modern medium of photography. The exhibition entitled: Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life, runs until October 2nd, 2016.

Creed’s anti spectacle at the Park Avenue Armory

June 24, 2016
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Winner of the 2001 Turner Price, the British artist Martin Creed presents his largest installation in the U.S to date curated by Tom Eccles and Hans-Ulrich Obrist. « The Black Door » is a survey of his work from its most minimal moments to extravagant, larger-than-life installations. Creed reimagined the space with opening and closing doors and has seized upon the building’s eastern aperture as a visual palette cleanser. This kind of anti-spectacle reunites materials and situations that, when grouped together, create a playful spectacle within a framework that provides the viewer with a fascinating way to counter our visually overloaded, choice-saturated culture.

Exhibition from 8 Jun - 7 Aug

Ken Lum at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery

June 24, 2016
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The Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia has included Ken Lum in their new show “Do You, Ms. Jones?” Exhibited in conjunction with the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Ken Lum's text and sculptures bring attention to local martyrs for civil rights, including busts of the only child survivor of the MOVE bombing, Birdie Africa, and of model and AIDS victim Gia Carangi. He is featured among several other artists in this politically-inspiring exhbition, including Sam Durant, Hans Haacke,  Zoe Leonard, Dave Mckenzie, and Hank Willis Thomas.

“Do You, Ms. Jones?” runs from June 24—July 29. For more information, visit the UArts website here.

Kenneth Lum: Base / Progetti per l'arte

June 16, 2016
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Base / Progetti per l'Arte, located in Florence, presents Necropolis, a new project by Ken Lum. Born from chance, when the artist happened upon a front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer printed in the aftermath of the Lincoln assassination, the work features cascading text inspired by the newspaper's summary of the president's life. Through variation in font, style, and spacing, Ken Lum creates a dynamic textual representation of the individual, and the series continues Lum's long fascination with  subjective written imaginary.

The opening of Necropolis took place Friday, June 10th 2016 at 6:30 pm, and the exhibition will run June 10th until September 10th.

For more information, please click here to visit the BASE: Progetti per l'Arte, Firenze website.

Larry Johnson: MAMCO

May 27th, 2016
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MAMCO (Musée d'art moderne et contemporain, Geneva) presents Larry Johnson, a restrospective covering the past 25 years of the artist's career. Photographic works from the museum's collection are joined by several loaned pieces to demonstrate Johnson's fascination with language and appropriation.


The opening of Larry Johnson will take place Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 6 pm, and the exhibition willl run June 1st until September 4th.

For more information, click here to visit the MAMCO website.


Steven Claydon: Shortlisted for the Hepworth Prize for Sculpture 2016

April 28, 2016
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Steven Claydon is shortlisted for the Hepworth Prize for Sculpture 2016. Other finalists include Phyllida Barlow, Helen Marten, and David Madalla.

Steven Claydon said: “I’m very pleased to have been shortlisted for this award. Although multifaceted, my work derives primarily from interaction with the world of objects: they are the conduits, the vehicles that provide access to the intangible realms of the emotional, digital, poetic and theoretical. In that way, sculpture always endures. It is legitimised by the cultural context and the physical realities of the epoch in which it is formed. The background noise of subliminal qualities is ultimately encoded within it. This award is a validation of these imperatives, and of the part played by artists in Britain who contribute toward this medium.”

The finalists will present their work in an exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield from 21 October 2016 until 22 January 2017. Visitors to the exhibition will be encouraged to ‘judge’ the Prize for themselves. The winner of the first Hepworth Prize for Sculpture will be announced at an awards dinner in November.

Click here for further details

Steven Claydon: Kimmerich

April 26, 2016
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Steven Claydon: Der Überlebensinstinkt on view at Kimmerich from April 30 - July 16, 2016.

Opening Reception: Friday, April 29th
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Mike Kelley: Skarstedt Chelsea

April 21, 2016
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Mike Kelley: Shaped Paintings at Skarstedt Chelsea features Kelley's shaped paintings dating from the 1990s. These works represent Kelley's deconstructed memory works, including his oval-shaped Thirteen Seasons series and Timeless Paintings series.

Opening reception, Thursday April 21, 6 - 8 pm
April 21 - June 25, 2016
Click here for further details

John Miller & Richard Hoeck: Mannequin Death Viewings

March 30, 2016
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We are pleased to annouce dual viewings of John Miller & Richard Hoeck's film: Mannequin Death.
Metro Pictures is viewing at 83 Pitt Street, New York, April 2 - April 10, 2016
Marc Jancou Contemporary is viewing in Geneva, presently through May 3, 2016

John Miller on the making of the film: "Mannequin Death resulted from a proposal for a public work in the Südtiroler Siedlung in Innsbruck. We wanted to register, in some way, both historical immigration within Austria from the Südtirol into Innsbruck and the Tyrolean Alps as a sublime landscape. We considered the paintings of the German romantic painter, Caspar David Friedrich, in which the representation of observers seems to be as important as the grandiose scenery that surrounds them. Because these figures (often silhouettes) are clearly stand-ins for the viewer, they constitute a kind of empty – or variable – subject position. With this in mind, we decided to put together a set of three familial figures (mother, father and daughter) and to shoot panoramic photographs of them in the Alps.

We called this constellation “Mannequin Pioneers”. Last spring Richard took the mannequin family into the mountains along with wildlife photographer Patrick Centurioni. Richard’s partner, Kasha Fiedler, styled them. Because the paths were still icy, it was a precarious shoot. Everyone had to be cautious. Otherwise a mannequin – or even a person – might slip over the edge of a steep cliff. Even so, it seemed that this very threat of annihilation is just what distinguishes the sublime from the “merely beautiful”. To further draw out this potential, we decided to assemble a group of ten mannequins and film them falling from the edge of an Alpine cliff to their destruction. In addition we will photograph their remains and display them as a kind of evidence."

Click here for details on our current show and here for our related 2015 exhibition.

Jay Kvapil: Galerie Lefebvre & Fils

March 22, 2016
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Jay Kvapil's vessels are on view at Lefebvre & Fils, Paris with the exhibition Jay Kvapil: Luna. Kvapil is a master of the form whereby he unites color and form for dramatic effect.

His sculptures are objects of great rigor and precision borne of tradition and experimentation. Forms take shape by use of "crater glazing", a technique developed by groundbreaking Viennese potters Gertrud and Otto Natzler and exemplified to perfection by Kvapil. Many artists today continue to be inspired by this technique, including Tony Marsh and Sterling Ruby. Kvapil couples his bold glazing with delicate modelling techniques he learned from his apprenticeship with Takatori Seizan Pottery (Japan, 1974-5). 

An artist booklet accompanies the exhibition, Jay Kvapil: Luna (Herman Hülsenberg Studio, 2016). Essay by Christopher Miles.

March 30 - May 21, 2016
Click here for further details

Erica Baum: Bureau

March 19, 2016
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Erica Baum: The Following Information now on view at Bureau. The exhibition showcases Baum's Blackboards series as well as her series Card Catalogue.

February 21 - March 27 2016
Click here for further details

Press highlights include:
The New Yorker

Erica Baum: Guggenheim

March 10, 2016
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Erica Baum is on view at the Guggenheim as a part of a group exhibition featuring 70 works by ten artists in Photo Poetics: An Anthology. Artists include Claudia Angelmaier, Erica Baum, Anne Collier, Moyra Davey, Leslie Hewitt, Elad Lassry, Lisa Oppenheim, Erin Shirreff, Kathrin Sonntag, and Sara VanDerBeek.

The exhibition and its accompanying catalogue examine an important new development in contemporary photography, offering an opportunity to define the concerns of a younger generation of artists and contextualize their work within the history of art and visual culture.

This exhibition is organized by Jennifer Blessing, Senior Curator, Photography, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum with Susan Thompson, Assistant Curator.

November 20, 2015–March 27, 2016

Click here for: more on the show at the Guggenheim
Click here for: The New Yorker Review

Raymond Pettibon: Deichtorhallen, Hamburg

March 5, 2016
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Raymond Pettibon: Homo Americanus, now on view at Deichtorhallen Hamburg. A large scale retrospective with over 700 paintings, drawings, artist books and more. The exhibition attempts to restructure Pettibon’s seemingly endless work according to various principles. In this context, one order is chronological, while another concentrates on motifs such as Gumby and Vavoom, surfers, baseball, trains, the Bible, the heart and the phallus.

The exhibition is accompanied by the large-scale, comprehensive publication "Raymond Pettibon:. Homo Americanus. Collected Works" (David Zwirner books, 2016).

Curated by Dr. Ulrich Loock
February 28 - September 11, 2016
Click here for further details.

Albrecht Schnider: Galerie Thomas Schulte

March 1, 2016
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Albrecht Schnider: Around and very close opens at Galerie Thomas Schulte. The exhibition features both drawings and paintings.

March 19 - April 23, 2016
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Marc Jancou: L'AGEFI

February 24, 2016
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Marc Jancou speaks with Stéphane Gachet at L'Agefi.

Featured February 1, 2016 Suisse page.
Click here for L'Agefi and see pdf for article.

Image: Marc Jancou Contemporary at artgenéve, 2016



February 19, 2016
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Sadie Coles exhibition Steven Claydon: The Gilded Bough features both sculptures and installations in the paradoxical intent of cloaking an object for clearer meaning. This is the artist's second exhibition at Sadie Coles.

March 1 - April 2, 2016
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Renee So: Kate MacGarry Gallery

February 19, 2016
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Kate MacGarry Gallery of London presents Renee So, an exhibition comprised of new tapestries and ceramics. Repeated motifs such as disconnected limbs, the spherical curls of Assyrian beards and lit cigarettes play across both mediums.

March 11 - April 16, 2016
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Jim Shaw: Praz-Delavallade & Vedovi, Brussels

February 09, 2016
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Jim Shaw: Rather Fear God on view at Praz-Delavallade & Vedovi, Brussels.
Also debuting the publication Jim Shaw: Rather Fear God (Praz-Delavallade, 2016).
Artist signing evening of February 18th.

February 18 - March 22, 2016
Click here for further details

Marc Jancou: Connaissance Des Arts

February 09, 2016
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Marc Jancou for The Focus of Art, Connaissance Des Arts' February 2016 issue.

Click here for Connaissance Des Arts and see pdf for article.

John Miller: Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

February 3, 2016
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Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami presents John Miller: I Stand, I Fall, a comprehensive survey and first American museum retrospective on the artist. The show includes over 75 works tracing Miller's use of the figure throughout his career as commentary on the status of art and life in American culture.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue to be released in Spring 2017, including introduction by Alex Gartenfeld, essay by Hal Foster, and an interview by Isabelle Graw.

Curated by Deputy Director and Chief Curator Alex Gartenfeld
February 18 - June 12, 2016

Click here for further details


David Noonan: Yavuz Gallery, Singapore

February 5, 2016
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Yavuz Gallery presents Antipodean Inquiry, a group exhibition featuring leading artists from Australia and New Zealand. Exploring the varied artistic approaches that define Australia and New Zealand's contemporary art we find works by David Noonan, Penny Burne, Daniel Shipp, Lucas Grogan, and more.

Curated by Owen Craven
January 23 - March 5, 2016

Click here for further information

John Miller: Panel Discussion at NY Public Library

January 27, 2016
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John Miller will discuss his publication, Mike Kelley: Educational Complex (Afterall Books, 2015) with Johanna Fateman, Piper Marshall, Howard Singerman and Nicolás Guagnini at New York Public Library.
Copies of Miller's book are available for purchase and signing at the end of the event.
Wednesday, January 27 at 6pm
Click here for further details

Richard Hoeck and John Miller: Galerie Johann Widauer

January 20, 2016
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Richard Hoeck and John Miller: Sex Appeal of the Inorganic on view at Galerie Johann Widauer, Innsbruck. The exhibition feature new work by the two collobrative artists.

January 15 - March, 2016
Click here for exhibition details

TIROLER TAGESZEITUNG: Hoeck and Miller at Wideaur

Marnie Weber: Mamco

January 20, 2016
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MAMCO (Musée d'art moderne et contemporain) presents Marnie Weber: Once Upon A Time In Forevermore. Accompanying publication The Day of Forevermore (Mamco, 2016).

Curated by Paul Bernard
February 24 - May 1, 2016

Click here for exhibition details

David Noonan: Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago & The Atkinson, Southport

January 20, 2016
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David Noonan is featured in two museum exhibitions:

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago presents Surrealism: The Conjured Life
Curated by Lynne Warren
November 21, 2015 - June 5, 2016
Click here for exhibition details

The Atkinson, Southport, UK, presents One Day, Something Happens: Paintings of People
Curated by Jennifer Higgie
February 20 - May 22, 2016
Click here for exhibition details


Albrecht Schnider: Kunstmuseum Luzern

January 15, 2016
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Kunstmuseum Luzern presents Works from the Collection of Kunstmuseum Lucern and a Geneva Private Collection. The two collections feature important works by Swiss artists since the 1960s. Highlights include Albrecht Schnider, John Armleder, Sylvie Fleury, Alain Huck, Miriam Cahn, Urs Lüthi, and more.

Catalogue available, titled Collectionneurs (Kunstmuseum Luzern, 2016)

Curated by Heinz Stahlhut
Opening: February 26, 6:30 pm
February 27 - November 27, 2016

Image: Urs Lüthi, Selbstbildniszeichnungen nach grossen Meistern des 20. Jahrhunderts. Lichtenstein, 1970

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Torsten Slama: Kunstmuseum Kunsthalle Bremerhaven

January 15, 2016
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Isabelle Cornaro at The Canopy, Hermès Foundation, Brussels

January 15, 2016
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Isabelle Cornaro has created a site-specific installation for Le Verrière featuring a mix of representational western art historic tropes in an interplay of transgressive and contemplative forms.

Curated by Guillaume Désanges
January 15 - March 23, 2016

Click here for exhibition details.

Nick Lowe at Richard Telles Fine Art

January 8, 2015
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Nick Lowe | Roger Herman, both exhibitions are now on view at Richard Telles Fine Art. Lowe presents a collection of new drawings, and Herman, a display of ceramic vessels and pots by this masterful potterer.

January 8 - February 8, 2016

Click here for exhibition details.

Erica Baum: Book Launch / Book Signing

January 7, 2015
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Printed Matter, Inc. hosts the book launch and book signing for Erica Baum: The Naked Eye. Published by Bureau New York and Crevecoeur/OE Paris, the book is 144 pages, hard cover, and published in an edition of 1200

January 15th, 6 - 8 p.m.

Click here for further details



December 17, 2015
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White Columns hosts the book launch and book signing for the new publication: John Miller & Richard Hoeck: More Alive Than Those Who Made Them, with text by Bob Nickas, 54 pages, 24 color plates (Whitewalls, 2015).

Thursday, December 17, 6 - 8 p.m.

Book Details: click here
Book Launch details: click here

Press: Frieze Highlights - Dessins

December 15, 2015
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Frieze Blog's Charlie Fox HIGHLIGHTS of 2015 features Dessins: Heidi Bucher, Otto Meyer-Amden and Andy Warhol (now on view at Marc Jancou Contemporary, Geneva).

Fox writes, "The little-known Swiss artist Meyer-Amden (1885–1933) was my discovery of the year and an artist who deserves mammoth posthumous tribute."

and "Galerie Marc Jancou created an eccentric ménage a trois by coupling early Warhol and Heidi Bucher drawings with illustrations by turn-of-the-century oddity Otto Meyer-Amden. The show in part provided the best account of ‘boyishness’ as a charmed and wicked condition since Larry Clark’s masterwork of grunge-teen ogling, The Perfect Childhood (1993)."

For the full article click here.


Press: Frieze Highlights - Steven Claydon

December 15, 2015
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Frieze Blog's Charlie Fox HIGHLIGHTS of 2015 features Steven Claydon: Analogues, Methods, Monsters, Machines. Now on view at Centre D'Art Contemporain Geneve.

Fox writes, "A knock-out show sprawling over three floors, it was also a high-spirited wrestle with Homer’s Illiad (c. 760-710BCE), the zero-gravity scene from Tarkovsky’s Solaris (1972) and other mythic debris. When it comes to messing with the archeological strata of history, fiction and metaphor compressed within pretty much any material – pixels, Brueghel, the torso of Patroclus, Swiss bullion – Claydon just rules."

For the full article click here.

Dorota Jurczak's "Bzzz": Galeria Piktogram, Warsaw

November 24, 2015
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Dorota Jurczak's "BZZZ" on view at Galeria Piktogram, Warsaw from September 25 – December 12, 2015.

Ana Teixeira Pinto of Art Agenda writes, "Polish-born artist Dorota Jurczak’s characters seem to belong to a gentler world, which, somewhat paradoxically, is also more somber than ours....Jurczak’s figures are secretive and inscrutable, frail yet haunting––perhaps signaling that misfortune always hovers invisibly over everyone’s heads?––with delicate frames, which draws them close to the tradition of (mostly Czech) illustration, animation, and puppet theatre, which at present feels oddly distant from the contemporary art context"

For the full article click here.

Raffi Kalenderian at Peter Kilchmann

October 30, 2015
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Raffi Kalenderian: To Walk Through the Night, at Peter Kilchmann, Zurich.

This is the Californian artist's fourth solo exhibition from the gallery.  On view October 31 - December 19, 2015.

Image: Raffi Kalenderian, Lauren (Quilt), 2015, oil on canvas

Press: Jim Shaw at The New Museum

October 22, 2015

Andy Warhol at ETH, The Collection of Prints and Drawings

October 22, 2015
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Andy Warhol: The Life Years 1949 - 1959 on view at Swiss Institute of Technology, The Collection of Prints and Drawings.

The exhibition will be accompanied by an artist monograph ANDY WARHOL – THE LIFE YEARS 1949-1959, With texts by Alexandra Barcal, Olaf Kunde and Paul Tanner (Munich: Hirmer Verlag, 2015)

Exhibition dates: November 3 - December 23, 2015

Andy Warhol, Mother Embracing Girl, c. 1955 © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc. / 2015, Pro Litteris, Zürich

Isabelle Cornaro at Balice Hertling

October 22, 2015
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Isabella Cornaro: Homonymes on view at Balice Hertling, Paris.
Opening: October 22, 2015

Jim Shaw: The End is Here

October 01, 2015
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The New Museum presents Jim Shaw: The End is Here. This is the first New York survey on the artist's ouevre. Three floors of the museum are dedicated to Shaw’s most iconic projects, including early airbrush drawings; large selections from his series “Dream Drawings” (1992–99), “Dream Objects” (1994–present), and the sprawling “My Mirage” (1985–91); and Labyrinth: I Dreamt I was Taller than Jonathan Borofsky (2009), a large-scale, immersive installation of sculptures and painted theatrical backdrops.

October 7, 2015 - January 10, 2016.

Erica Baum: Tate Modern and Metropolitan Museum

September 21, 2015
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Erica Baum's work is being featured in two upcoming shows.

The Exhibition of a Film by Mathieu Copeland is running at the Tate Modern, London, November 25 and Pompidou in Paris, September 18-20. 

Reconstructions: Recent Photographs and Video from the Met Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, September 21 - March 21 2016.

Ken Lum at Royale Projects

September 19-20, 2015
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September 2015, Royale Projects launchs a new 6,500 square foot gallery in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. The inaugural exhibition features a 30 year survey of work by internationally acclaimed artist Ken Lum.

Louise Lawler at Bondeau & Cie

September 17, 2015
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Louise Lawler: No Drones on view at Blondeau & Cie, Geneva.

September 17 - January 30, 2016

Torsten Slama: You are Beautiful too

September 15, 2015
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Torsten Slama is presenting You are Beautiful too - an exhibition for Children, Humans and finite Automons at Kimmerich in Berlin from 17 September - October 31, 2015.


For more information, follow the link.

David Noonan at Xavier Hufkens

September 11, 2015
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David Noonan's latest large-scale, screen-printed linen collages can be seen at Xavier Hufkens in Geneva from 11 September - 24 October 2015.


For more information concerning this exhibition please follow the link below.

Mike Kelley at Hauser & Wirth

September 11, 2015
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Hauser & Wirth is presenting the gallery’s first exhibition devoted solely to Mike Kelley, running from 10 September - 24 October. Organized in collaboration with the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts, the exhibition is the first in New York to focus exclusively on one of the most significant of Kelley’s later series, Kandors. 


For more information on John Miller's recently published book, Mike Kelley: Educational Complex, click below

Steven Claydon: Analogues, Methods, Monsters, Machines

September 08, 2015
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Exploring the dichotomy between history and technology, Steven Claydon's solo exhibition Analogues, Methods, Monsters, Machines is on view at Centre D'Art Contemporain, Geneva. Primarily consisting of new work, the exhibition also includes a number of pre-existing pieces that anticipate the themes at the heart of this new project.

Photo: Annik Wetter

Ian Anüll: Ultimate Records

September 06, 2015
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This is the last chance to see ULTIMATE RECORD / Listen To A Stone at AAA Art Altstetten Albisrieden, which is open until September 13 2015. ULTIMATE RECORDS stands in clear, large-format paper on a wild bestrayten cpontainer in Albisrieden.


To find out more, click below.

John Miller at Campoli Presti

September 04, 2015
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John Miller's third installation with Campoli Presti is a continuation of his Game Show series. Counterpublics, a juxtaposition of game show and pedestrian images, is on show in London from 4 September - 4 October 2015.


To read more about the exhibition, click the link below.

24 heures reviews Mannequin Death: Richard Hoeck & John Miller

August 12, 2015
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Art critic and writer Jean-Paul Garrard-Parre reviews Richard Hoeck and John Miller's show Mannequin Death for 24 heures. Garrard-Parre's French-language piece, La neige était rouge, is featured on the Les Blogs section of the Swiss newspaper's site.


Mannequin Death is running through September 12th at OFFSITE Rossiniere. 


To read Garrard-Parre's work and learn more about the show, click below

Richard Hoeck & Heimo Zobernig at Meliksetian Briggs

July 25, 2015
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An installation featuring two video works, colored light and sound by Vienna based artists Richard Hoeck and Heimo Zobernig is currently on view in the exhibition 1997/2013 at Meliksetian Briggs. The exhibition is open from July 25 - August 22, 2015. 


For more information, please visit the link below.

Stephanie Taylor awarded CCF Fellowship

July 23, 2015
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Congratulations to Stephanie Taylor, recipient of a Fellowship for Visual Artists from the California Community Foundation. Stephanie was named a 2015 Mid-Career Fellow from the organization, which pledges to develop and support artists in Los Angeles through individual grants.


To see more of her work, information about the fellowship and other winners of this competitive grant, follow the link below:

Larry Johnson at Raven Row

June 13, 2015
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Larry Johnson's first major survey in Europe, On Location brings together a selection of works by the artist from the early 1990s to the present. The exhibition will be on view until August 9. 


For more on the exhibition, please visit the link below. 

David Noonan: Common-Editions

June 05, 2015
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David Noonan is publishing a new limited edition artwork in collaboration with Common-Editions, which will launch on 11 June 2015 from 6:30-9PM in London. 


For more information regarding Common-Editions and Noonan's piece, please visit the following link.

Stephanie Taylor and Jim Shaw at Meliksetian Briggs

May 22, 2015
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Works by Stephanie Taylor and Jim Shaw are currently featured in the group show Above/Below/Within at Meliksetian Briggs. The exhibition will be on view until July 11, 2015.


For more information, please visit the link below. 



Carol Bove at Henry Moore Institute

May 21, 2015
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Works by Carol Bove and Carlo Scarpa are currently featured in a traveling two-person exhibition. The exhibition was previously at the Museion Bolzano in Italy, and is currently taking place at Henry Moore Institute in Leeds. It will continue on to the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Deurle, Belgium in the fall. 


Installation image by Jerry Hardman-Jones. Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa, Henry Moore Institute at Leeds. 



For more information, visit the link below. 

DOROTA JURCZAK AT Etablissement d'en face projects

May 20, 2015
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Dorota Jurczak's exhibition Lucifers is currently on view at the Etablissement d'en Face Projects in Brussels, Belgium. The show runs from April 17th  to May 24th. 



For more infomation click on the link below.

Stephanie Taylor & Ken Lum at Camberwell Space

May 20, 2015
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Congratulations to Stephanie Taylor and Ken Lum who are currently exhibiting at the Camberwell Space in London in the group show: In An Absolut World True Taste Comes Naturally, on view until June 5th.


To accompany the show Camberwell Space and Camberwell Press will host a book release event in the gallery on June 4th to celebrate the publication of In An Absolut World True Taste Comes Naturally. 


For more details click on the link below.

Dorota Jurczak at Fürstenberg Zeitgenössisch

April 23, 2015
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Neupräsentation der Sammlung, Groupshow featuring Dorota Jurczak is currently on view at Fürstenberg Zeitgenössisch, Donaueschingen, Belgium. The show runs from April 23rd through August 30th, 2015.


For more infomation click on the link below.

Ginny Bishton at Richard Telles Fine Art

April 11, 2015
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Ginny Bishton now on view at Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles. "The News Threw Her" runs April 11th through May 16th, 2015.

Jim Shaw at MASS MoCA

April 01, 2015
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Congratulations to Jim Shaw for his largest solo U.S exhibition Entertaining Doubts, currently on view at MASS MoCA, Massachusetts. His exhibition features large-scale works which focus on political, cultural and religious fallibility.


The exhibition is on now through early February 2016.


For more infomation, click on the link below.

David Noonan Solo show at Roslyn oxley 9 Gallery

March 26, 2015
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Congratulations to David Noonan who opened his solo show last night at Roslyn Oxley 9 Gallery in Sydney, Australia. This is his 5th solo exhibition at Roslyn Oxley 9 Gallery since 2003.



For more infomation, click on the link below.

Victor Man's Gladstone Gallery Catalogue with Narrative by Torsten Slama

March 19, 2015
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Artist and poet Torsten Slama, has written a rich narrative for Victor Man's catalogue which accompanies his show at Gladstone Gallery.


Torsten Slama: Le Reste Parfait currently on exhibit at Marc Jancou Contemporary Geneva through May 23rd.


New Zealand Group Exhibition with David Noonan and Renee So

March 17, 2015
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Congratulations to David Noonan and Renee So, who are currently exhibiting new works at the Hopkinson Mossman Gallery in Auckland, New Zealand.

The exhibition titled Bust looks at how forms from ancient and modern history, mythology and archaeology might be built in, or filtered through, different mediums to form rich visual choreographies.


Bust will be on show until April 4th.

For more information, click on the link below.


Carter show at Gallery Paule Anglim

March 13, 2015
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Congratulations to CARTER who will be exhibiting a solo show at Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco opening March 25th and running through May 2nd  2015.

CARTER exhibition will include twelve works on paper consisting of assemblages of painting and drawings with multiple layers of paper. 


Click on the link below for more infomation on the upcoming show.

Ken Lum's solo show at the Kunsthalle Vienna

March 07, 2015
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Congragulations to Ken Lum whose works are being exhibited in a solo show, "Coming Soon" at the Kunsthalle Vienna. His work is a combination of "photographic images and texts, language and sculptural elements in order to question class affiliation and ethnic diversity in Western society, as well as the presntation of individuality within a socially and economically coded urban space."


The exhibition opens on March 20 at 7pm. For more information please see the link below: 

Alex Brown's work included in "The Painter of Modern Life" at Anton Kern Gallery In New York

March 06, 2015
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Congratulations to Alex Brown whose work is included in "The Painter of Modern Life" exhibition at the Anton Kern Gallery, in New York City. The show runs through March 5 to April 11.  For more information about the exhibition, please see the link below:

Albrecht Schnider's work on the facade of the Museum of Art Lucerne

March 06, 2015
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Congratulations to Albrecht Schnider whose work is on the facade of the Museum of Art Lucerne. He is included in the "VON ANGESICHT ZU ANGESICHT  Füssli, Böcklin, Rondinone und andere" exhibition at the museum. The show runs through February 28 to November 22.  For more information about the exhibition, please see the link below:



Stéphane Kropf's work included in "Réelles Distorsions" at Paris Xippas Gallery

February 28, 2015
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Congratulations to Stephane Kropf, whose work is included in Réelles Distorsions at the Xippas Gallery in Paris. 


The exhibition runs through 4 March to 18 April. For more information please see the link below. 

Steven Claydon: Video Works, Cinema Dynamo

January 12, 2015
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In anticipation of Steven Claydon's major retrospective to be held at the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève, September 2015, the Cinema Dynamo is presenting a selection of video works by the London-based artist.


Screening runs from January 15th through February 2nd, 2015
Fourth floor at the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève
Seating is limited, rsvp at
Admission free

For further details, please click on the below link.

John Miller: two-part exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery + Metro Pictures

January 10, 2015
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Co-collaborators Mary Boone Gallery and Metro Pictures present “Here in the Real World”, a two-part exhibition curated by Piper Miller. Metro Pictures' show runs through February 14th and Mary Boone Gallery's show runs through February 28th, 2015.


For further details, please click on the below link.

Steven Claydon: "The Noing UV It" at Bergen Kunsthall

January 09, 2015
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Co-curators Steven Claydon and Martin Clark present "The Noing Uv" at Bergen Kunsthall. Featuring over 30 international artists, including Alex Dordoy, European Space Agency, Russell Hoban, Jenny Holzer, IBM, Sarah Lucas, David Musgrave, Hannah Sawtell, Rudolf Stingel, Wolfgang Tillmans, James Welling and many more.

The exhibition runs through February 15th, 2015.

For details, please click on the below link.

Stéphane Kropf at Half Gallery

January 06, 2015
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Stéphane Kropf participates in a dynamic group show, "Rascal House" currently on view at HALF GALLERY.


The exhibition runs through February 4th. For more information, please see the link below.

Stéphane Kropf at Galerie Andrea Caratsch

December 09, 2014
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Congratulation to Stéphane Kropf for his new solo exhibition.

Make sure to view "Omnia Volvit," opening December 12, 2014 and running until February 27, 2015, at Galerie Andrea Caratsch in Zürich.

For more information on this exhibition, please see the link below.


Albrecht Schnider's Exhibition Reviewed in Kunstbulletin and Neue Zürcher Zeitung

November 06, 2014
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Congratulations to Albrecht Schnider, whose exhibition at Helmhaus Zürich was reviewed in Kunstbulletin and the Neue Zürcher Zeitung.  For more info, see the links below:

Neue Zürcher Zeitung: Der Schweizer Maler Albrecht Schnider im Helmhaus Zürich

Kunstbulletin: Zürich : Albrecht Schnider - Zusammenschau von Bild und Raum

Marnie Weber Performance as part of Jack Black's "Festival Supreme"

October 25, 2014
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Marnie Weber will be performing as part of Jack Black's "Festival Surpreme" in Los Angeles on October 25, 2014.  Her films will also be on view.  For more information, please visit the festival website below:

Stephanie Taylor's 'Copper Hopper' included in SKULPTURENPROJEKT in Vienna

September 26, 2014
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Stephanie Taylor's work is selected for Skulpturenprojekt Vienna.  For more information, see the link below:

Albrecht Schnider at Helmhaus Zurich

September 25, 2014
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Congratulations to Albrecht Schnider, whose work will be included in an exhibition at Helmhaus Zurich, opening on September 25.  For more information about the museum and the exhibition, please see the link below:

Tim Berresheim- Auge und Welt

September 19, 2014
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Congratulations to Tim Berresheim, whose work will be on view in an upcoming solo exhibition "Auge und Welt" at Kunstverein Düsseldorf.  Opens September 19th.

Tomoaki Suzuki at Corvi Mora

September 16, 2014
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Congratulations to Tomoaki Suzuki, whose solo exhibition Icons opens at Corvi Mora Gallery in London on September 16:

Erica Baum: The Paper Nautilus reviewed in ArtForum and The New Yorker

September 12, 2014
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Congratulations to Erica Baum, whose exhibition The Paper Nautilus at Bureau was reviewed in ArtForum and The New Yorker!

Ken Lum's work included in MOCAD People's Biennial

September 12, 2014
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Congratulations to Ken Lum, whose work is included in the Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art People's Biennial:

Review of Stéphane Kropf's Work in Kunstbulletin

September 10, 2014
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Opening September 10 at Marc Jancou, New York: The Art of Looking Sideways, an exhibition of new painting by Swiss artist Stéphane Kropf. Great read about Kropf in Kunstbulletin:

Albrecht Schnider's work included in "Abstrakt" at SPAM CONTEMPORARY

September 10, 2014
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Congratulations to Albrecht Schnider, whose work is included in Abstrakt at the independent exhibition space SPAM CONTEMPORARY in Düsseldorf.  

Stéphane Kropf: Créme Double at Château de Gruyères

September 05, 2014
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Congratulations to Stéphane Kropf, whose exhibition Créme Double opens at the Château de Gruyères Museum on September 5, 2014.

Ross Chisholm at Grieder Contemporary

August 30, 2014
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Grieder Contemporary, Zürich, presents Ross Chisholm: The Cratylists:

Slawomir Elsner + Francis Picabia: Duet

August 28, 2014
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Congratulations to Slawomir Elsner, whose work is featured in Slawomir Elsner + Francis Picabia: Duet at Galerie Haas AG, Zürich.  For more information regarding the exhibition, please visit the gallery website below:

Jim Shaw: The Hidden World

August 24, 2014
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Jim Shaw's exhibition, "The Hidden World" travels to the Centre Dürrenmatt in Neuchâtel on August 24, 2014.  


The exhibition represents the first showing in Switzerland of the fascinating collection belonging to the California artist Jim Shaw.  As Mike Kelley said "Jim Shaw has the most amazing collection of cultural oddities that I have ever seen."  For more information, please click the link below:

Ken Lum at Salzburger Kunstverein

July 25, 2014
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Congratulations to Ken Lum, whose work will be included in Punctum: Reflections on Photography at Salzburger Kunstverein, which will be on view July 25 - September 21, 2014.

Albrecht Schnider Exhibition at Nietzsche-Haus

July 17, 2014
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Congratulations to Albrecht Schnider, whose work is included in The Eternal Return: Nature and Art group exhibition at the Nietzsche-Haus in Sils-Maria, Switzerland. 

My Little Boat of Sorrow

July 12, 2014
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Congratulations to Jim Shaw and Marnie Weber, whose works are included in the group exhibition "My Little Boat of Sorrow" at the Rosamund Felsen Gallery in Los Angeles. Open July 12- August 9. 

Marc Jancou Launches OFFSITE

June 30, 2014
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OFFSITE Rossinière is a collaboration between Marc Jancou and Partnership At Work, an association of local businesses and the Pays-d'Enhaut Tourism Office.  Through the presentation of art projects, all free and open to the public, OFFSITE and its affiliates seek to make contemporary art accessible and part of daily life, beyond the conventional urban, "white cube" setting.  OFFSITE Rossinière aims to establish a context and dialogue for contemporary art in the Pays-d'Enhaut region, making Rossinière a world class art destination.  As home to the late Balthus, one of the most respected figurative painters of the 20th century, Rossinière provides a particularly inspiring setting for contemporary art projects.  The Balthus Chapel sits within walking distance from OFFSITE’s ad hoc spaces, functioning as a third, complimentary exhibition site.


OFFSITE’s exhibition venues have been generously donated by Restaurant Les Jardins de la Tour.  Special thanks are given to Barbara Schoepfer, Patrick Gazeau, Jean-Pierre Neff, Frédéric Delachaux, Stephanie Sutton, Eric Henchoz, Helene Tille, Amy Gadola, and Amara Craighill.


Bernhard Brungs and Slawomir Elsner "Muse"

June 27, 2014
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We are looking forward to the opening of Bernhard Brungs and Slawomir Elsner "Muse" at CCA Andratx. Opens June 27th. 

Steven Claydon Screening at Cornerhouse in Manchester

June 23, 2014
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Moving Image Screening and Q&A session with Steven Claydon will take place at Cornerhouse on June 23.  For more information, please visit the Cornerhouse website: 

Marnie Weber in CineMarfa Film Festival

May 02, 2014
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Congratulations to Marnie Weber, who has been selected to participate in the 2014 CineMarfa Film Festival. A screening of her film The Night of Forevermore, 2013 will take place on May 2 at 7:30pm. For more information, please visit the Cinemarfa website:  

Grey Flags: Work by Jim Shaw and Marnie Weber at Backlash

April 09, 2014
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We look forward to seeing Marnie Weber and Jim Shaw's work in the next installment of Grey Flags at Backslash Gallery in Paris.  Opens April 9.

Virtual Tour of Tomoaki Suzuki Solo Show at CAPC

April 09, 2014
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A lovely visual essay of Tomoaki Suzuki's new solo exhibition has been made available, with images courtesy of photographer Arthur Pequin.

Review of Tomoaki Suzuki's Solo Show At CAPC

April 08, 2014
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A new review of Suzuki's solo exhibition at Musee d'Art Contemporain de Bordeaux:  

Tomoaki Suzuki Solo Show at CAPC

April 04, 2014
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Congratulations to Tomoaki Suzuki, whose work is included in the upcoming solo exhibition "Tomoaki Suzuki" at  CAPC, Musee d'Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, on display April 4 - June 1.

Ken Lum included in 2014 Whitney Biennial

March 07, 2014
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Congratulations to Ken Lum, whose Midway Shopping Plaza (part of the artist's ongoing Mini-Mall series) is included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial, on view in the museum's fourth floor galleries.