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Alexej Meschtschanow en "Europa verlassen II" - IG Metall, Berlin

Alexej Meschtschanow participa en la exposición "Europa verlassen II", con Jana Müller y Felicitas Hoppe, en el espacio expositivo del IG Metall en Berlín, Alemania.

Alexej Meschtschanow participates on the group show 'Europa verlassen II', with Jana Müller and Felicitas Hoppe, at the exhibition's space of IG Metall in Berlin, Germany.

28 MAR - 10 MAY 2019

Inauguración y lanzamiento del libro / Opening and book launch: 28 MAR 2019

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(Imagen / Image: Demand on release, 2018, Vistas de instalación en / Installation views at the  Kunstraum Potsdam)

Entrevistas a Fritzia Irizar y Moris por la Colección Isabel y Agustín Coppel

Como parte de su amplio proyecto de investigación y visibilización del arte contemporáneo, la Colección Isabel y Agustín Coppel hace disponibles las entrevistas a los artistas Fritzia Irizar y Moris, a través de su página web.

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As part of its extensive research and visibility project on contemporary art, the Isabel and Agustín Coppel Collection makes available interviews with the artists Fritzia Irizar and Moris, through its website.

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Chiharu Shiota en "Line of Thought", Museum Sinclair-Haus, Bad Homburg

Chiharu Shiota presenta la exposición individual "Line of Thought" en el Museum Sinclair-Haus en Bad Homburg, Alemania.

Chiharu Shiota presents the solo exhibition 'Line of Thought' at the Museum Sinclair-Haus in Bad Homburg, Germany.

31 MAR - 16 JUN 2019

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(Imagen / Image: Chiharu Shiota, "Key in the Hand", 2016)

Fritzia Irizar en "CACO3" - Orange County Museum of Art, Santa Ana, CA

Fritzia Irizar presenta la exposición individual "CaCO3", comisariada por Virginia Roy, en el Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) en Santa Ana, California, EEUU.

Fritzia Irizar presents the solo exhibition 'CaCO3', curated by Virginia Roy, at the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) in Santa Ana, CA, USA.

07 APR - 01 SEP 2019

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(Imagen / Image: Fritzia Irizar, CaCO3, 2019)

CaCOis the chemical formula for calcium carbonate, which forms the outer layer of the pearl, the nacre. As oysters defend themselves from foreign bodies, they secrete a protective layer of nacre that eventually gives shape to a pearl. This exhibition delves into the tension that is created from the physical transformation of chemical materials. Irízarexplores the oyster’s resistance and presumed discomfort and relates it to human experienceby forcing the artificial creation of new pearls. She also reinterprets legendary story of Cleopatra drinking a dissolved pearl, and documents the tradition of Ama pearl divers in Japan, to examine the social constructs of value related to the commercialization of pearl production.

This exhibition is organized by the Orange County Museum of Art and co-curated by Virginia Roy, Curator at Museo Universitario Contemporáneo, Mexico City.

 

 

Chiharu Shiota en "And Berlin Will Always Need You", Gropius Bau, Berlin

Chiharu Shiota participa en la exposición colectiva "And Berlin Will Always Need You", comisariada por Natasha Ginwala y Julienne Lorz. Concepto de la exposición por Stephanie Rosenthal.

Chiharu Shiota participates in the group exhibition 'And Berlin Will Always Need You', curated by Natasha Ginwala and Julienne Lorz. Concept by Stephanie Rosenthal.

22 MAR - 16 JUN 2018

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(Imagen / Image: Beyond Memory, 2019. 'And Berlin Will Always Need You', Gropius Bau, Berlin. Photo by Luis Kürschner)

 

 

From 22 March to 16 June 2019, the Gropius Bau explores the concept of crafts and handmade processes in Berlin’s contemporary art scene, taking its history as a former museum for decorative arts and educational institution as a starting point.

When Dorothy Iannone serenaded her friend Mary Harding in 1977 she sang an avowal to the city of Berlin, a place she had moved to only a year before with the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin programme and where she has lived ever since. Her line “And Berlin will always need you”, forms the title of the first exhibition presented at the Gropius Bau in 2019.

And Berlin Will Always Need You. Art, Craft and Concept Made in Berlin is a distinctly contemporary art exhibition that sheds light on artists’ practices in the city. Presenting an evocative series of existing and newly commissioned works the exhibition engages with traditional methods of production, aesthetics and materiality, and examines historical artefacts and objects.

Interpretation, authorship, labour, sovereignty and power structures form a recurring undercurrent throughout And Berlin Will Always Need You. Art, Craft and Concept Made in Berlin. Transposing these varied facets onto Berlin’s dynamic contemporary art scene, the exhibition expands and redefines perceptions of art and craft, while taking into consideration the aspect of display. The diverse presentation encompasses works such as Olaf Holzapfel’s large-scale, abstract works crocheted from hand-spun natural fibres, Leonor Antunes’ hand-crafted suspended rope, wood and leather sculptures, woven works that play with perspective and colour gradient by Willem de Rooij, a folding screen composed of found, patterned carpets by Nevin Aladağ, a 12-screen video installation by Theo Eshetu, as well as a new installation by Chiharu Shiota conceived for the atrium. Multiple aspects come into focus when looking at the selection of works exhibited, ranging from the ornamental and decorative, which is reminiscent of visual motifs found in Eastern religions and Byzantine mosaics, to the history of design in Modernism and the twentieth-century, involving craftsmanship from Berlin to South America. These diverse entanglements and juxtapositions put forward a series of complex narratives, some of which are distinctly personal, some of which are universal, while others are entirely abstract. These are interwoven between the works themselves and ultimately the exhibition as a whole, as an amalgamation that informs not only our but indeed also the artists’ engagement and associations with everyday and cultural objects. And Berlin Will Always Need You. Art, Craft and Concept Made in Berlin shows the incredible variety of artistic practices that can be found in Berlin today and demonstrates the Gropius Bau’s commitment to continue to provide a regular platform for Berlin artists.

With works by Nevin Aladağ, Leonor Antunes, Julieta Aranda, Alice Creischer, Andreas Siekmann and the Brukman workers, Mariechen Danz, Haris Epaminonda, Theo Eshetu, Olaf Holzapfel, Dorothy Iannone, Antje Majewski and Olivier Guesselé-Garai, Willem de Rooij, Katarina Šević, Chiharu Shiota, Simon Wachsmuth and Haegue Yang

Chiharu Shiota en la Bienal de Honolulu

Chiharu Shiota participa en la Bienal de Honolulu - "To make Wrong / Right / Now", comisariada por Nina Tonga, con la instalación "Crossroads"(2019), en el Ward Center (imagen).

Chiharu Shiota participates at the Honolulu Biennial - 'To make Wrong / Right / Now', curated by Nina Tonga, with the installation 'Crossroads' (2019), at the Ward Center (image).

8 MAR - 5 MAY 2019

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(Imagen / Image: Crossroads, 2019. 'How to make Wrong / Right / Now' - Honolulu Biennial 2019, Honolulu, Hawaii. Photo by Christopher Rohrer.)

ARCOmadrid 2019

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Los límites del vacío. Jordi Teixidor y John Castles.

Jordi Teixidor en el Mc Mullen Museum of Art, Boston

Jordi Teixidor participa de la exposición colectiva "Cuenca: City of Spanish Abstraction" en el McMullen Museum of Art en Boston, EEUU. La exposición reúne obras de reconocidos creadores españoles bajo el comisariado de Elizabeth Thompson Goizueta y la organización conjunta de la Fundación Juan March. 

Jordi Teixidor participates in the group exhibition 'Cuenca: City of Spanish Abstraction' at the McMullen Museum of Art in Boston, USA. The show gathers artworks by distinguished Spanish artists under the curatorial work of Elizabeth Thompson Goizueta and the joint organization with the Fundación Juan March.  

11 FEB 2019 - 2 JUN 2019

McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College

2101 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA

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NF/ NIEVES FERNÁNDEZ: entrevista a ABC Cultural

Las directoras de NF/ NIEVES FERNÁNDEZ, Idoia y Nerea Fernández, han dado una entrevista a Manuel G. Agudiez para el ABC Cultural en la que hablan sobre la historia, los proyectos actuales y futuros de la galería.

Puedes leer la entrevista completa aquí.

 

Idoia and Nerea Fernández, directors of NF/ NIEVES FERNÁNDEZ, have been interviewed by Manuel G. Agudiez for ABC Cultural and talked about the gallery's history, current and future projects.

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