American Academy in Rome in collaboration with DEPART Foundation present ANAMERICANA. The exhibition, curated by Vincenzo de Bellis, features more than forty works from the DEPART Foundation collection and brings together artists from different generations working in various poetic and stylistic modes of expression and different media: painting, photography, graphics, sculpture, installation and video. Despite the variety of materials, all the works on display are marked by themes delving into the habits and traditions central to contemporary American society. (more…)
Fondazione Giuliani is pleased to present Spiaggia di menzogne (Lying Beach), French artist Benoît Maire’s first solo exhibition in Italy. Using a wide variety of media, including sculpture, photography, writing, film and performance, Maire attempts to construct a unique visual index, or aesthetic system. This system, imbued with philosophical, artistic or literary references, questions the affective value of a theory, it poses a problem. While adhering to a rigorous conceptual approach, however, the artist is also deeply engaged in an investigation of the more formal qualities of an artwork.
Alex Israel’s comprehensive solo exhibition at Le Consortium—organized with the support of the FABA, Almine Rech Gallery, and Peres Projects—presents several of the artist’s series along with new projects created for the space, from the ongoing “Property,” which consists of cinema props performing as sculptures, to the mural Valet Parking, which recreates the local flora and parking spots one can encounter driving around Los Angeles. (more…)
Wyatt Kahn creates his works by assembling a series of individual panels, different in dimension, size, and shape, juxtaposed to create the illusion of a two-dimensional linear composition. Throughout all of his work, he uses different art devices to create a dichotomy between flatness and the illusion of depth. Informed by traditional painting techniques developed to create the illusion of three-dimensionality, the artist stretches each panel twice, first with brightly colored canvas, then with thin linen, so the actual color is barely visible. This creates a similar effect as a wash of color or varnish. (more…)
24 September 2013
(see previous installments of The Church of The Unconnected: LEVEL ZERO)http://www.vimeo.com/73781355
by Enrico Ghezzi
mimesis of silence, mimicry of absence. silent ch(it was)-chatting.
passion for saying everything in the (un)common space between art and cinema. (more…)
NERO is pleased to announce its third participation at the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 from September 19th-22nd. We will present the new release Fishing with John by Honza Zamojski, the new book series Names of Numbers and all the recent titles from our catalogue.
SEPTEMBER 20-22, 2013
PREVIEW: Thursday, September 19, 6-9pm
Moma PS1 – Q39 2nd floor – Long Island City, Queens
In conjunction with the launch of the NAMES OF NUMBERS book series:
TAYLOR MCKIMENS’S AND MISAKI KAWAI’S BOOKS SIGNING + Estasy performance
Sep 21, 9pm at The Newsstand
Lorimer / Metropolitan station on the L / G train.
You are also invited to join us to:
NAMES OF NUMBERS RELEASE PARTY
in collaboration with 8-Ball.
Music by: Taylor McKimens, Brian Belott and Matthew Thurber, Estasy, Lele, Iron Bunda
Sep 19, 11pm till late at Black Bird
162 – 164 ave B / 10th st.
Hope to see you in NY this September.