Christine Sun Kim joins an international group of artists for Resonance: A Sound Art Marathon at the Walker Art Center on May 18th. The sound festival revolves around the interactions between sound performance and visual art.
May 12, 2019 - Comments Off on Neïl Beloufa at the 2019 Venice Biennale
Neïl Beloufa included in the The 58th International Art Exhibition, titled May You Live In Interesting Times. The biennale takes place from May 11th to November 24th, 2019. The title is a phrase of English invention that has long been mistakenly cited as an ancient Chinese curse that invokes periods of uncertainty, crisis and turmoil; "interesting times", exactly as the ones we live in today.
Ballroom Marfa's spring exhibition Candelilla, Coatlicue, and the Breathing Machinefeatures newly commissioned and existing works by artists Beatriz Cortez, Candice Lin, and Fernando Palma Rodríguez. The title refers to a facet of each artist’s contribution to the show, which range from wax pours to robotic storytellers to provisional shelters and beyond. On view from April 5 - September, 2019.
May 12, 2019 - Comments Off on Christine Sun Kim, “I Love You (But Come On)”
I Love You (But Come On), Christine Sun Kim's contribution to Art in Ad Places, touches on love, patriotism, appropriation, and the unique complications that come with being an American living in a foreign country.
May 12, 2019 - Comments Off on Channa Horwitz at Museum Fur Konkrete Kunst
François Ghebaly and LA Dance Project present a three part screening series curated by Andrea Franco.
At a moment when we have become aware of humanity’s negative impact on the earth, we also seem to be moving towards an understanding of nature as indivisible from us. Nature responds to us, to our connection with it, to how we interfere with it, and to the myths that surround it. The three part screening series reflects on our relationship with nature, the current state of the Anthropocene, and the psychic space shared between film and nature. The works offer distinctive ways to see and think about the world, and an opportunity to detach from the currently reality in order to connect to it in a renewed way.
Tuesday, April 23rd
Doors at 7pm
Carolina Caycedo, This Is Not Water (2015) 5:20 min Salome Lamas, The Tower (2015) , 8 min Felipe Esparza, Soga de Muerto (2016), 8 min Malena Szlam , Altiplano (2017) 16 min Maya Watanabe, Stasis (2018) 13:30 min Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Farmacopea (2013 ) 5:38 Lois Patiño, Estratos de la imagen (2015) 7 min Shanna Yates, A Healing of Place I (2019) 2:22 min
Total running time 65 min
Tuesday, May 7th
Screening at 8pm
Heather Trawick, Centre of the Cyclone (2015), 18 min Ana Vaz, Amazing Fantasy (2018) 2:38 min Sophia Al Maria, The Magical State (2017) 6:15 Karissa Hahn, Computer Sky and Self (2017) 1:30 min Fern Silva, Wayward Fronds (2014), 13 min Neil Beloufa, Kempinski (2007) 14 min
Total running time 55 min
Tuesday May 14th
Screening at 8pm
James Benning, Proof (2019), 49 min
March 2, 2019 - Comments Off on Marius Bercea on view at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse