sábado, 30 de julio de 2011

Carles Guerra será el nuevo conservador jefe del Macba


Foto de la Noticia
Foto: DAVID CAMPOS





   El artista, crítico de arte y comisario de exposiciones Carles Guerra será a partir de septiembre el nuevo conservador jefe del Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (Macba) para reforzar su faceta "científica", ha informado el museo en un comunicado.


   Guerra sustituirá a Chus Martínez, que en enero dejó su cargo en el museo barcelonés para incorporarse al equipo curatorial de Documenta 12 de Kassel (Alemania).


   Guerra (Amposta, 1965) es doctor en Bellas Artes por la Universitat de Barcelona (UB) y profesor de Estructuras Sociales y Tendencias Culturales en la Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), y desde 2009 ha dirigido La Virreina Centre de la Imatge de Barcelona.

DESCRIPCIÓN DEL EVENTO

JORNADAS DE AUTOEDICIÓN GRÁFICA PARA ARTISTAS
Impartido por: Alberto Carballido
Fechas: del 22 al 27 de agosto


CURSO INTENSIVO DE PLACAS SOLARES
Impartido por: Yuli Andrea Cadavid
Fechas: 1,2,3 de septiembre


CURSO DE LITOGRAFÍA EN PIEDRA
Impartido por: Yuli Andrea Cadavid
Fechas: 8, 9 y 10 de septiembre


LIBRO DE ARTISTA: EL LIBRO COMO OBJETO DE EXPRESION Y CREACIÓN
Impartido por: Por Jim Lorena
Fechas: del 13 al 17 de septiembre


CURSO DE LITOGRAFÍA SIN AGUA (WATERLESS LITHOGRAPHY)
Impartido por: Esteban Moreno
Fechas: del 20 al 24



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Milpedras, taller de litografía
C/Brasil, 3 bajo
15009 A Coruña

881 926 698
693 770 719 

Aconcha. Peintre, écrivain et chanteuse. Dédicace et Concert


Heure
vendredi 12 août · 18:00 - 22:30

Lieu
La Case Créole. Terrasse du Casino Ruhl
1, Promenade des Anglais
Nice, France

Créé par :

En savoir plus
La Case Créole. La Casa Criolla
Animations, dégustations, ateliers, cafés littéraires, concerts, fêtes..
Aconcha dédicace son livre l'Appel des Orishas.
Nous voilà sur la route avec Aconcha, la route de sa vie avec ceux et celles qui sont à ses cotés, parents, familles, amis, Orishas... Et nous sommes emportés par les images, les rythmes, le cœur ouvert et la quête d’Aconcha, à la recherche d’elle même. Une recherche plus que joyeuse où le rire, la volupté et la musique font bon ménage.

Programmé par le Cercle Méditerranée Caraïbe
Info : 04 93 16 98 77 email : marie-reine.de-jaham@wanad​oo.fr
Voir vidéo Lágrimas Negras by Aconcha : http://youtu.be/LkPANROg_5​A

Abu Dhabi Art




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Abu Dhabi Art 2011, UAE Pavilion, Saadiyat Island.

For its third edition, Abu Dhabi Art 2011 Announces New Venue on Saadiyat Island

16 –19 November 2011

UAE Pavilion
Manarat Al Saadiyat, Saadiyat Island
Abu Dhabi, UAE
www.abudhabiartfair.ae

Moore College of Art & Design


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2011 Studio Art Graduate Thesis Exhibition

Goldie Paley Gallery
August 6–September 10, 2011 
The Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design20th Street and The ParkwayPhiladelphia, PA  19103-1179215.965.4027 
Gallery Hours
Monday–Friday 10 am–5 pm
Saturday 11 am–5 pm

Art Agenda





Anri Sala, "Le Clash," 2010. 

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July's Art Agenda reviews saw coverage of select gallery summer group shows—Aoife Rosenmeyer on "Sculpture Now" at Galerie Eva Presenhuber; Media Farzin on "The Unfinished Film" at Gladstone Gallery, New York; Ana Teixeira Pinto on "The Art of Narration Changes with Time" at Sprüth Magers, Berlin; and Joanna Fidducia on "The Lifestyle Press" at Cherry and Martin, LA—with reports on solo shows of artists in their early, mid and established stages of their careers—Antek Walzak on Willem de Rooij's "Crazy Repelled Firelight" at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York; Tyler Coburn on Björn Dahlem's "The Unknown" at Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam; Vivian Sky Rehberg on Anri Sala at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris; Karen Archey on Christoph Büchel's "Piccadilly Community Centre" at Hauser & Wirth, London; and Merve Unsal on Vahap Avsar's "NONEISAFE" at Charles Bank Gallery, New York.

Art Agenda reviews will take a short break from publishing in August, returning in September.

Recent reviews:

Antek Walzak on Willem de Rooij's "Crazy Repelled Firelight" at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York
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Tyler Coburn on Björn Dahlem's "The Unknown" at Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam
read

Vivian Rehberg on Anri Sala at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris
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Aoife Rosenmeyer on “Sculpture Now” at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich
read

Media Farzin on “The Unfinished Film” at Gladstone Gallery, New York
read

Karen Archey on Christoph Büchel’s “Piccadilly Community Centre” at Hauser & Wirth, London
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Merve Unsal on Vahap Avşar’s “NONEISAFE” at Charles Bank Gallery, New York
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Ana Teixeira Pinto on “The Art of Narration Changes with Time” at Sprüth Magers, Berlin
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Joanna Fidducia on "The Lifestyle Press" at Cherry and Martin, LA
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e-flux vacation








Hi there,

We'll be closing shop for a short summer break. Back on August 5th.

Don't work too hard...

viernes, 29 de julio de 2011

Fundación Proa






Exhibition view at Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires.
Works by Edgardo Vigo, Bas Jan Ader, Robert Smithson, Mel Bochner, Dan Graham and Víctor Grippo. 

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Systems, Actions and Processes. 1965–1975
23 July–25 September 2011 


Fundación Proa
Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1929
Buenos Aires, Argentina
info@proa.org / press@proa.org

www.proa.org 

ReMap3




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ReMap3
An international contemporary
art programme

Kerameikos-Metaxourgeio, Athens, Greece
12 September–30 October 2011

Opening: 
Monday 12 September, 17:00
www.remapkm.org

FESTIVAL AP'ART



DU 7 JUILLET AU 17 AOÛT 2011

Art Cade participe au Festival Ap'Art à St Rémy de Provence. Les oeuvres de Jean Baptiste AUDAT sont encore visibles jusqu'à samedi, demain.
Puis à partir de lundi 1er août, vous pourrez découvrir le travail de Sophie BELLOT et Samuel GRATACAP, dans le cadre du Pôle dédié à la Jeune Création, à l'Ecole de la République à St Rémy.

Le 5 août, nous vous convions à la conversation "Autour de la jeune création"
Intervenants : Jean Marc FERRARI ( Directeur de l'Ecole d'Art d'Avignon) Anne-Marie PECHEUR ( artiste et Présidente de l'Association Art Cade à Marseille), Linda SANCHEZ (artiste), Hélène LALLIER ( chargée de programmation pour les Châteaux de la Drôme).
Pour sa seconde édition, le Festival APART a créé un pôle consacré à la jeune création.
Discussions autour des moyens mis à la disposition de ces artistes pour développer et exposer leurs travaux. Les artistes du pôle de la jeune création seront présents pour témoigner de leur expérience.
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ARTS PSYCHOACTIFSEXPOSITION DU 23 JUIN AU 27 AOÛT 2011
La galerie des Grands Bains Douches de la Plaine présente « ARTS PSYCHOACTIFS »,
un ensemble d'oeuvres, de documents, de films sur le thème des rapports entre les arts plastiques
et les produits psychotropes. Hors de tout jugement moral, de prise de position socio-juridique
ou d'interprétation psychologique prédéterminés, nous proposons des exemples, évidemment
non-exaustifs, de rapprochements entre les processus créatifs et l'utilisation de divers produits
à effets psychodynamiques.

Avec : Aurèle, Barrus, Briand, Berdaguer-Pejus, Charbonnier, de vries, Hains, Limone, Menini,
Foucault, Perpère, Rochette-Brevet, Shrigley, Wise...
documentations : affiches psychédéliques, Baudelaire, Charcot, Cocteau, Dali, Gysin, Michaux,
Ouin, Saint-Laurent, Shelton, Post, Witkiewicz...

Ces quelques « extraits » sont choisis dans le large corpus d'oeuvres et de documents qui jalonnent
l'histoire récente des humains dans leurs rapports avec les modificateurs du psychisme, naturels
ou désormais synthétisés par l'homme lui-même. Si ces derniers ont servi à certains artistes
de déclencheurs de créativité, de vecteurs de voyage vers des « folies », s'ils ont été parfois
non maîtrisés ou producteurs de souffrances, il est toujours permis à chacun d'en apprécier
les conséquences dans le champ esthétique ici présenté.

Antoine PERPERE, commissaire de 
l'exposition
AVEC LE SOUTIEN AMICAL DE LA MAISON ROUGE

A&E Papers: "Hurt Now, Feel Later…" by Matthew Mullane


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Portrait of Yamatsuka and Ikuo Taketani.
Photo by Gin Satoh. 
Art&Education

Hurt Now, Feel Later: Noise, Body and Capital in the Japanese Bubble 
Matthew Mullane

Read the entire text on Art&Education

San Francisco Art Institute


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Charles Desmarais.
Photo Jessica Palmieri.

Welcomes
Charles Desmarais
as President

800 Chestnut Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
www.sfai.edu
415.771.7020

The Fruitmarket Gallery





Ingrid Calame, "From #258 Drawing" (Tracings from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the L.A. River) (detail), 2007.
Enamel paint on aluminium, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Carmen and Mark Holeman Contemporary Fund, 2008.3. 




Ingrid Calame
Edinburgh Art Festival Exhibition
4 August–9 October 2011 


The Fruitmarket Gallery
45 Market Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1DF

www.fruitmarket.co.uk 

TKG+




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Charwei Tsai, Gone IV, 2011.
C-print, inscribed in ink, 111 x 148 cm.*

Elemental Light
A solo exhibition by Charwei Tsai

August 13–September 11, 2011
Opening:
August 13, 2011, 4:30pm–7:00pm
TKG+
B1, No. 15, Lane 548, Ruiguang Road
Taipei 114, Taiwan
www.tinakenggallery.com
T +886 (0)2 2659 0798
info@tinakenggallery.com

Gwangju Biennale










Gwangju Biennale announces
2012 Artistic Directors
 


jueves, 28 de julio de 2011

School of the Art Institute of Chicago


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Michael Schumacher, Room Piece for Chicago, 2007.
Photo by Lou Mallozzi.

Sound Art Theories Symposium

SAIC Columbus Auditorium
280 S. Columbus Dr.
November 5 & 6, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

www.saic.edu/sats

Aura Art presents paintings by Shri Yashwant Shirwadkar



Aura Art is honoured to present the paintings by Yashwant Shirwadkar athttp://www.auraart.in/

Yashwant Shirwadkar - Born in 1951 in Mumbai. He attained G.D. Art (Drawing and Painting) Maharashtra in 1977. He has extensively held solo and two man shows and participated in group shows, throughout India and abroad. His artworks regularly feature in key auctions including the Sotheby’s auction in 1998 and Christie’s auctions in 2001 and 2002, all three conducted in Mumbai. More recently in 2009 his artwork also featured in the Time And Space Gallery Charity Auction, Millionaire Homes in Bangalore.

    

    
 
Warm regards,

Rishiraj Sethi
Chief Strategist, Aura Art
Director, Aura Art Development Pvt Ltd 
A-117, 1st floor, Vinay Bhavya,
159, CST Road, Kalina, Santacruz (E)
Mumbai, 400 098
Telefax: +91 22 2652 4557
Mobile: +91 98203 45740
www.auraart.in

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Fundación Botín




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Shaping a Collection. An interpretation of the Fundación Botín Collection
5 July–18 September 2011 


Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola
Santander, Spain

www.fundacionbotin.org 


Five major Spanish artists and six international ones confront each other in curator Carmen Giménez's interpretation of the Botín Foundation's Art Collection in the summer exhibition at the Foundation's venue in the centre of Santander, Spain.

The exhibition consists of 17 pieces by the artists:

⎯ Miroslaw Balka (Warsaw, 1958)
⎯ Mona Hatoum (Beirut, 1952)
⎯ Jannis Kounellis (Peiraias, Greece, 1936)
⎯ Antoni Muntadas (Barcelona, Spain, 1942)
⎯ Juan Muñoz (Madrid, 1953 - Ibiza, Spain, 2001)
⎯ Juan Navarro Baldeweg (Santander, 1939)
⎯ Gabriel Orozco (Jalapa, Veracruz, Mexico, 1962)
⎯ Julião Sarmento (Lisbon, Portugal, 1948)
⎯ Thomas Schütte (Oldenburg, Germany, 1954)
⎯ Santiago Serrano (Toledo, Spain, 1942)
⎯ Juan Uslé (Santander, Spain, 1954)


When the Botín Foundation's Art Collection became specialized in contemporary art in 1993, it did so with the aim of reflecting the work being done in this field by the Foundation. Accordingly, the Collection contains works of art by the leaders—internationally acclaimed artists—of the art workshops that are held annually in Villa Iris, and by the artists who have been awarded one of the Foundation's Visual Arts Grants. Together they form a plural mosaic of concepts and disciplines that, thanks to a wide range of different artistic generations and approaches, is a testament to the art of our times.

Today the Collection is growing, as are the projects of the Foundation, whose sights are now set on the future Botín Art Centre in Santander. Thus, the Collection is being expanded, contextualized and complemented by adding artists from the same generation who are seen as essential for understanding and completing the vision of the Foundation's Art Collection and its future project.

Together with the other works of art in the Collection, these are the fundamentals on which the Foundation will build its future, a future bound to the new Botín Art Centre whose activities and programme will seek to attract and support talent as the main force behind the development of society.

The art critic Francisco Calvo Serraller has written the text for this exhibition catalogue. In it, he explains how this summit of artists reveals what is occurring in art today.

Short video of the exhibition

From the 5th July to the 18th September 2011.

At the Botín Foundation's Venue, Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola, Santander. Spain.

Daily opening hours, 11.00 to 14.00 and 17.00 to 21.30. Entrance free.

 

Yokohama Triennale



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OUR MAGIC HOUR -
How Much Of The World Can We Know?

Yokohama, Japan
August 6–November 6, 2011
www.yokohamatriennale.jp

Istanbul Design Biennial




Birgit Lohmann, designboom editor-in-chief at Istanbul Design Symposium titled "Why Design? Why Biennial?" (2–3 December 2010), a pre-event of the Design Biennial. 

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Istanbul Design Biennial announces its theme:
Imperfection
13 October–16 December 2012 


tasarimbienali.iksv.org/en 

BLANCA ORAA MOYUA