Exposition - Artistes - Horaires - Tarif - Adresses - Time Out Paris Pour s'y retrouver dans ce dédale de galeries d'art On oublie parfois que l'offre artistique de la capitale ne s'arrête pas à la porte des musées. Loin de là. GALERIE URS MEILE: Information No. 104, Caochangdi Cun, Cui Gezhuang XiangChaoyang District, 100015 Beijing, ChinaT +86 (0) 10 643 333 93, F +86 (0) 10 643 302 firstname.lastname@example.org Tuesday to Sunday: 11am - 6.30pm Zhao Mengzhuo, Artistic Director Beijing Jing Zeng, Executive Director Beijing Rosenberghöhe 46004 Lucerne, SwitzerlandT +41 (0) 41 420 33 18, F +41 (0) 41 420 21 email@example.com Galerie für Zeichnung - contemporary drawings Bertram Hasenauer Opening: 7 September 2012, 6 - 9pm Duration of the Exhibition: 7 September - 20 October 2012
gb agency » Artistes Report on the Construction of a Spaceship ModuleExhibition at the 5th floor of the New MuseumNew Museum, New York24/01/–13/04/2014 The visitor entering the fifth floor of the New Museum will find herself in the simulated interior of a spaceship. The exhibition offers an allegory of “anthropological science fiction,” where the exhibition space opens screens/windows to an estranged and exciting universe that dramatizes the cross-cultural translation involved in the presentation of art. The unique model evokes the challenges that contemporary artists experience in exhibiting works, or that curators come across in organizing exhibitions that stitch together diverse art, selected across generation, cultural context, personal narratives, and time.On view in and around the spacecraft will be in three main section: artworks, commented archives, research and book projects using the screens as windows transmitting information from another world.
Tate Modern Southwark (Jubilee Line, 600 metres approx Blackfriars: District and Circle Line, 800 metres approx St Paul’s: Central Line, 1,100 metres approx. Routes 45, 63 and 100 stop on Blackfriars Bridge Road Routes RV1 and 381 stop on Southwark Street Route 344 stops on Southwark Bridge Road Blackfriars 300 metres from the South exit; 800 metres from the North exit. London Bridge 1,100 metres approx. The Tate Boat runs every forty minutes along the Thames between Tate Britain and Tate Modern.
Les 21 galeries qui comptent à Paris Entre design et peinture, les vitrines des galeries offrent mille visages et leurs accrochages témoignent d'une vitalité singulière. À l'occasion de la Fiac (du 22 au 25 octobre), pleine de promesses pour les acteurs de la scène artistique, le « Figaroscope » inaugure ici son baromètre annuel des galeries d'art qui donnent le ton sur les deux rives. Les pointures du marché Ardent défenseur de la création depuis plus de quarante ans, ce fin stratège représente de grands noms du marché international (Eric Fischl, Jim Dine, Ivan Navarro…) et des artistes français de premier plan (Philippe Cognée, Loïc Le Groumellec…).
Almine Rech Gallery - Current Campoli Presti (1 of 32) Chat Jet - Painting “Beyond” The Medium Franz Amann, Ei Arakawa / Nikolas Gambaroff, Monika Baer, Will Benedict, Andy Boot, Jana Euler, Manuel Gorkiewicz, Wade Guyton, Clemens Hollerer, Alex Hubbard, Jutta Koether, Michael Krebber, Anita Leisz, Lotte Lyon, Birgit Megerle, Chiara Minchio, Ute Müller, Reto Pulfer, Blake Rayne, Pamela Rosenkranz, Stefan Sandner, Gedi Sibony, Reena Spaulings, Lucie Stahl, Cheyney Thompson, Jessica Warboys, Alexander Wolff Installation view 7 March - 5 May 2013 Künstlerhaus Graz, Austria (2 of 32) (3 of 32)
Jeremy Fish & Kenichi Yokono, Oct 29 – Dec 17, 2011 - Mark Moore Gallery Mark Moore Gallery presents Rise of the Underground, a two-person exhibition featuring new works by Jeremy Fish (CA) and Kenichi Yokono (Japan). Each adopting the age-old craft of woodcutting through a distinctive contemporary technique, Fish and Yokono employ bold and enchanting cartoon-like narratives to illustrate quotidian and pop cultural excerpts. Unmistakably handmade and remarkably intriguing, Yokono’s woodblocks explore the "horrors of everyday life," while Fish’s paintings and cut-outs reveal untapped histories often swept under the rug. Seemingly innocuous at first observation, each work is intricately laced with undercurrents of the sinister and the foreboding, saturated with cultural reflection, psychoanalysis, and social commentary in a fusion of high and low aesthetics. Drawing from a background of graphic design, screen-printing, and skateboard culture, San Francisco-based Jeremy Fish celebrates and revives the ancient tradition of storytelling. Download PDF Version
Tate Britain Pimlico: Victoria Line, 600 metres approx Vauxhall: Victoria Line, 850 metres approx Westminster: Jubilee, District and Circle Lines, 1,200 metres approx Route 87 stops on Millbank Routes 88 and C10 stop on John Islip Street Routes 2, 36, 185, 436 stop on Vauxhall Bridge Road.) Vauxhall 850 metres approx. Victoria 1,600 metres approx. The Tate Boat runs every forty minutes along the Thames between Tate Britain and Tate Modern. Gallery for Russian Arts and Design Chaired by Prof John Milner, of the Courtauld Institute of Art, the event examined the designs of Constructivist artists Lissitzky, Klucis, Rodchenko and Tatlin, as well as discussing the idea of reconstruction as embodied by the works of Henry Milner. Speakers included museum curators, such as Willem Jan Renders from the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven and Maria Tsantsanoglou from the Costakis Collection, Thessaloniki, as well as academics such as Christina Lodder, of the University of Kent, Canterbury. The event ended with an illuminating discussion between the speakers and Henry Milner, whose re-imagined Constructivist structures are on display in the exhibition. Professor John Milner, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London (Chair) ‘Re-Constructivism’ Christina Lodder, University of Kent, Canterbury ‘Gustavs Klucis: Transmitting Utopia’