- Amie Siegel
- Alexandre da Cunha
- Anthea Hamilton
- Bruce Conner
- Glenn Ligon
- Abraham Cruzvillegas -
- Barbara Kasten
- Michael Landy
- Cecily Brown
- Akram Zaatari
- Walead Beshty
- Terry Adkins
- Hurvin Anderson
- Amy Sillman
- Steve McQueen
- Phillip King
- Ella Kruglyanskaya
- John Gerrard
- Paul Pfeiffer
- Jean-Luc Moulène
- José Damasceno
- Lynda Benglis
- Luisa Lambri
- Anya Gallaccio
- Abraham Cruzvillegas
- Arturo Herrera
- Catherine Opie
- Michel François
- Caragh Thuring
- Marisa Merz
- Kelley Walker
- Lari Pittman
- Kutlug Ataman
31.01.2019 - Amie Siegel: Ricochet, Book Launch at Thomas Dane Gallery, London
Amie Siegel: Book Launch at Thomas Dane Gallery, London
Please join us for a special evening to mark the launch of Amie Siegel: Ricochet, published by Prestel and Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.
Amie Siegel will be in conversation with Sven Beckstette, curator of the artist's Kunstmuseum Stuttgart exhibition, and curator at Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof- Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin.
Amie Siegel and Sven Beckstette in conversation
Thursday, 31 January, 7pm
Thomas Dane Gallery, 11 Duke Street
Limited spaces available, RSVP essential: email@example.com
Amie Siegel: Ricochet
Prestel Verlag, Munich, 2019
Editors: Ulrike Groos, Sven Beckstette
With Essays by Tom McDonough, Sven Beckstette as well as a conversation between Amie Siegel and Ulrike Groos, Director of Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.
Design by Grafikbüro Kerstin Riedel, Berlin
22.6 x 29.6 cm, 192 pages, softcover
In 2011 and 2016 Kunstmuseum Stuttgart presented the work of Amie Siegel in two solo exhibitions, Black Moon and Ricochet. The two exhibitions, including performance, video, and works on paper, were separated by five years yet conceived as a single exhibition unfolding over time under the umbrella title, Ricochet. The visual motifs and ideas reflected between the double exhibition format assumes its final translation in the exhibition catalogue. Instead of combining both presentations in a single publication, Siegel, together with graphic designer Kerstin Riedel, created two mirrored books which are, however, bound together into one volume. Opening the catalogue reveals two double spreads that offer multiple possibilities to combine the illustrations of Siegel's artworks. This unique catalogue elaborates on the thematic contrast across the exhibitions — the archaeology of cinema, image provenance, psychoanalysis and economies of gender — to further involve the reader's associative participation.
Pre-order copies of Amie Siegel: Ricochet here.
31.01.2019 - Alexandre da Cunha: Master Class, Zabludowicz Collection, London
Master Class: Alexandre da Cunha
Alexandre da Cunha discusses his practice, in which he transforms everyday or found objects into sculpture and wall-mounted works that are grounded in a material aesthetic and ethic. Influenced by both systems of mass production and artisanal craftsmanship, the objects he creates appear to be a mix between popular consumer object and archaeological relic.
This talk is part of the Testing Ground: Master Class programme, a week long intensive with leading international artists sharing their expertise with a small group of emerging artists from around the country. Each of the artists, in addition to working with the emerging artists, will present a free evening lecture to the public about their work.
176 Prince of Wales Road
Thursday, 31 January 2019
29.01.2019 - Anthea Hamilton: Special Opening, Talk & Performance
Anthea Hamilton: Special Opening, Talk & Performance
Kettle's Yard House
University of Cambridge
29 January, 2019
Talk in the Clore Learning Studio: 6:30-7pm
Performance in the House: 7-7:30pm
Opening event: 7:30-8:30pm
From 6.30pm, Anthea Hamilton will talk about her new installation in the Kettle's Yard House. At 7pm, see performances by Maria Zahle and Carlos Maria Romero in the House. See the installation outside regular openeing houes and visit the current exhibitions in the galleries from 7:30pm.
26.01.2019 - E IL TOPO magazine launch, issue no.24, at Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples
E IL TOPO, launch of issue no.24 by Jimmie Durham
Saturday 26 January, 6pm
Thomas Dane Gallery
E IL TOPO is an artists' magazine that began in Naples in 1992 thanks to an idea of Gabriele Di Matteo and Franco Silvestro, and has evolved into an international community of artists and thinkers with a post-Situationist attitude. Until 1996 — the year in which E Il Topo stopped publication — eleven issues were produced, involving artists who were soon to become major names on the contemporary art scene. The magazine resurfaced in 2012 (with issue no. 12, Rebirth) after 16 years of silence, relying on a new editorial staff. The collaborative and contributive character of the project has made it the ideal vehicle to amplify the group's actions: a clandestine approach, contrary to any editorial policy.
Each new issue is presented with a performance (White Box and Printed Matter in New York, Supportico Lopez gallery in Berlin, MADRE museum in Naples, Nuit Blanche Paris, FRAC Bretagne in Rennes…) or with a retrospective exhibition, such as the shows at CNEAI in Paris, Franz Masereel Centrum in Belgium or Museo Nivola in Orani. In 2014 E IL TOPO published the Topist Manifesto in a Korean newspaper. Its ten programmatic points define a sulfurous aesthetic and transformed the group into a movement.
The last Topist action involves Jimmie Durham as the protagonist of a new transformation: E IL TOPO becomes E IL TORO. In this issue, on the trail of the poem To a Mouse by Robert Burns, the artist imagines an encounter between the two animals, the mouse and the bull, where the mouse represents the figure of the artist and the bull the nations of Europe (the fathers).
At the Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples, the artists of E IL TOPO and Jimmie Durham will present this final issue with a performance. The texts, sounds, noises and changes of mood will as always be documented by a blind cameraman, a central role in the entire Topist aesthetic.
Performers: Armando della Vittoria, Guillaume Clermont, Théo & Mario Coppola, Gatto Silvetro, David Liver, Frederic Liver, Giancarlo Norese, Steve Piccolo, Gak Sato, Claudio Salerno, Gabi Scardi.
16.01.2019 - Bruce Conner: Untitled Prints at Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington
Bruce Conner: Untitled Prints
Henry Art Gallery
15th Ave NE & NE 41st St
University of Washington
10 November, 2018 - 28 April, 2019
The latest edition of Viewpoints features a group of detailed offset lithographs by Bruce Conner.
15.01.2019 - Glenn Ligon: Traction: Art Talk with Glenn Ligon, University of California, Santa Cruz
Glenn Ligon: Traction: Art Talk with Glenn Ligon at the University of California, Santa Cruz
Digital Arts Research Center (DARC)
453 Kerr Road
Tuesday 15 January 2019
14.01.2019 - Glenn Ligon: To be a Negro in this country is really never to be looked at, Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery, Washington
Glenn Ligon: To be a Negro in this country is really never to be looked at.
Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery, Washington
24 January - 7 April 2019
04.12.2018 - Abraham Cruzvillegas: Special Project at Art Basel Miami Beach
Abraham Cruzvillegas: Special Project at Art Basel Miami Beach
Autorreconstrucción: To Insist, to Insist, to Insist...
Grand Ballroom, Miami Beach Convention Center
Performances will take place from 6-9 December, 2018
3pm and 5pm
28.11.2018 - Barbara Kasten: Lecture in Photography at Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago IL
Barbara Kasten: Lecture in Photography at Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago IL
Columbia College Chicago
600 S. Michigan
Thursday 29 November 2018
21.11.2018 - John Gerrard: Keynote speaker at Trinity College Dublin
John Gerrard: Keynote speaker at 'In this brief time: art, environment and ecology' Symposium
Trinity College Dublin
Robert Emmet Theatre
Saturday 24 November 2018
11.30am – 5pm