Henry Moore Lecture Theatre at Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds (UK), Samstag, 9. Jänner 2016, 9 Uhr
Brian Catling [ Keynote ]
Mark von Schlegell [ Keynote ]
Organised by Chris Bloor, Peter Lewis, Simon Morris and Robert Shail
A Leeds Beckett University event in association with Leeds Art Gallery & British Art Show 8.
Leeds Beckett University is proud to host the ART-SCIENCE-FICTION symposium, in association with Leeds Art Gallery and British Art Show 8. Our first keynote guest speaker is Brian Catling, born in London, 1948. Catling is an English sculptor, poet, novelist, film maker and performance artist. He was educated at North East London Polytechnic and the Royal College of Art. He now holds the post of Professor of Fine Art at The Ruskin School for Drawing. In 2012 he brought out his first Science Fiction novel, The Vorrh to widespread critical acclaim. His narrative included the surrealist Raymond Roussel and the photographer Edward Muybridge. Our second keynote [...]
O&O Depot, 10.12.2015–18.02.2016
Werner Feiersinger, Heinz Frank, Hauenschild Ritter, Walter Vopava, Philipp Schweiger, Angel Vergara, Alexander Brodsky, Matthias Köster, Heidulf Gerngross, Florian Fausch, L.O.M.O, Haus-Rucker-Co
So sieht die Liste der Künstler aus, die von 2012 bis heute im O&O Depot ausstellten. Eine geglückte Konstellation, die mit freien künstlerischen Ansätzen brillante Brücken zur Architektur herstellt.
Kunstforum Montafon, 05.12.2015–23.01.2016
Eröffnung: Freitag, 04. Dezember 2015, 19 Uhr
Dauer der Ausstellung: 05.12.2015–23.01.2016
Sonntag, 10. Jänner 2016, 18 Uhr: Führung mit Kurator Roland Haas
Mittwoch, 13. Jänner 2016, 14–16:30 Uhr: „kunstKINDERkunst“ workshop für Kinder mit Helene und Franz Rüdisser
Triennale di Milano, 26.11.2015–06.03.2016
La Triennale di Milano presents Ennesima / Umpteenth. An Exhibition of Seven Exhibitions of Italian Art, curated by Vincenzo de Bellis. This 'exhibition of exhibitions' will include over a hundred and twenty works by more than seventy artists, in a display extending over the entire first floor of La Triennale. It will offer a possible interpretation of the past fifty years of contemporary art in Italy, from the early sixties through to the present day.
The title is inspired by a work by Giulio Paolini, Ennesima (appunti per la descrizione di sette tele datate 1973), the first version of which, dated 1973, is divided into seven paintings. This gives the number of exhibition projects included in de Bellis's exhibition for La Triennale: seven independent exhibitions, in the form of notes or suggestions that explore different aspects, links, coincidences and discrepancies in the recent history of Italian art. Seven working hypotheses that examine, reinterpret and tell the story of [...]
Aspen Art Museum, 20.11.2015–07.02.2016
Taking its inspiration from artist Allan Kaprow’s Happenings—“something spontaneous, something that just happens to happen”—A Fragile But Marvelous Life presents a series of works that investigate the relationship between everyday movement and performance. The exhibition examines the notion of performance as not only the execution of an action, but also as a mode of behavior.
Organized by Aspen Art Museum Curator Courtenay Finn, A Fragile But Marvelous Life includes works by Robert Breer, Roelof Louw, Roman Ondák, Mika Rottenberg, Emily Roysdon, Cally Spooner, Sergei Tcherepnin, and Ian Wilson.
Aspen Art Museum
Luis Adelantado, 21.11.2015–14.01.2016
The showing—co-curated by Solene Guillier (gb agency) and Olga Adelantado—has managed to bring together artists with a distinguished international career. This visual trap is conceptualized from the perspective of the following artists: Ting-Ting Cheng, Ryan Gander, Mark Geffriaud, Rubén Guerrero, Roman Ondák and the newly incorporated Yann Sérandour. The exhibition will display pieces in different formats: installation, photography, light and irony. The truth is that—in appropriate doses—irony is
a part of perception, its nuances and complex and everyday ideas, while it is also materialized in conceptual works. We here find a calmed transgression, blurred limits, which are completed by the viewer’s gaze. We will view the most recent works of Ting-Ting Cheng, a Taiwanese artist who has collaborated with our gallery since 2013. His series of pictures You See What I See [...]