• The Pleasure of Slowness

      Friday, 14 October 2011 15:32

      ‘‘Why has the pleasure of slowness disappeared?” Milan Kundera posed this question in his novel Slowness. The exhibition presents explorations of this question through the creative practice of this selected group of artists. The works bring our attention to creative time, its inclusion and effect on process and completion. These artworks, once past the concept […]

    • There is Another World, But It Is This One

      Thursday, 13 October 2011 18:12

      Rare Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Eamon O’Kane. There Is Another World, But It Is In This One, running from October 13 to November 10, marks the artist’s second solo turn at Rare gallery. The exhibition’s title is an allusion to a quote by W.B. […]

    • The Creators Project Returns to New York

      Thursday, 13 October 2011 17:52

      After spending the year traveling the world, VICE and Intel’s The Creators Project lands back in New York with a marquee lineup of live performances and original Studio works by groundbreaking artists, musicians, designers and filmmakers. This year’s festival will take to the streets of DUMBO, Brooklyn, erecting 30-foot sculptures, showcasing works from over thirty […]

    • Interlux Chair

      Thursday, 13 October 2011 16:11

      Reminiscent of American minimalist artist Dan Flavin’s fluorescent light sculptures, this unique chair literally lights up the room. Manfred Kielnhofer plays with fluorescent light and transparent tubes that change colour to create an out of this world atmosphere. The chair is a composition of long neon lighting contained in transparent tubes placed horizontally. It is […]

    • Around The World: Jason Stopa Interviews Anri Sala

      Monday, 10 October 2011 05:00

        Sometimes, although it’s rare, formal propositions can actually be politically influential. When the two meet, it’s a beautiful intersection. Albanian artist, Anri Sala, loves intersections; specifically the intersection of language, syntax, history and cultural memory. His primary medium is film, but his work encompasses a larger range to include performance and installation. Anri Sala […]

    • 2Fik: Surrogate Overload

      Friday, 7 October 2011 14:21

        My name is 2Fik and I am a multidisciplinary artist. I’m the artistic director, photographer and model of my artwork: this includes photographs, video installations, and performance. “2Fik Or Not 2Fik” (**www.2fikornot2fik.com**) is the name of my debut exhibition in New York City that takes place at “The Invisible Dog Art Center” in Brooklyn […]

    • Mike Womack: Spectres, Phantoms, and Poltergeists

      Friday, 7 October 2011 00:16

      Sometimes our understanding of even the most basic physical object can be subverted as it later becomes apparent that what we see is not the truth of what we once knew. It is in this shifty nether-space of understanding that Mike Womack’s work really finds its fertile ground. The latest of his work is now […]

    • Willem de Kooning Re-Writes Modernism at MoMA

      Wednesday, 5 October 2011 17:29

      There is no doubt that Willem de Kooning (l904-l997) is one of the most significant artists of the New York School. In this exhibition that will continue through January 12, 2012 at the Museum of Modern Art of almost 200 works within seven decades of the artist’s development the viewer can certainly agree with the […]

    • No, Global Tour 2011: Presenting an Assertive Humanity

      Monday, 3 October 2011 23:18

      Team Gallery, Lisson Gallery, Galería Helga de Alvear & Prometeogallery di Ida Pisani, in association with Artprojx Cinema, present the UK premiere of NO, Global Tour, 2010 by Santiago Sierra. The 120 minute film consists of the manufacture and transportation of two monumental sculptures in the form of the word “NO,” travelling through different territories […]

    • Roman Týc: Grave Robber’s Art?

      Monday, 3 October 2011 22:59

      The morbid theme of Roman Týc’s exhibition at Dvorak Sec Contemporary can be surprising for some visitors; at least this may be their first impression. Roman Týc is not a poser and he does not seek to shock or to expose himself. In his works, Roman Týc addresses topics, which our accelerated consumer and information […]

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