lunes, 28 de febrero de 2011

The Armory Show

The Armory Show
The Armory Show – Modern

Opening Day Preview:
Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Public Hours:
Thursday, March 3 through Sunday, March 6
Piers 92 and 94
Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street
New York City

Frank Hülsbömer at WiE Kultur | Berlin

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photokinetiks, or a short guide for the construction of meaning
5 March–9 April 2011

Kabinett Termin #6 | Meet the Artist
Thursday, 24 March, 19:00

Heidestrasse 52
D-10557 Berlin

SVA Summer Residency Programs

School of Visual Arts

For an application or further information regarding SVA’s Summer Residency Program contact:

Keren Moscovitch, Program Coordinator
Division of Continuing Education
Tel: 212.592.2188

Musée départemental d'art contemporain de Rochechouart

Charlotte Moth, "Travelogue," 2010.
Courtesy gallery Marcel Alix, Paris.

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Charlotte Moth
Noting thoughts

2 March–29 May 2011

Collection: 25 years and a spring
2 March–3 June 2011

4 March, 17h30

10am–12.30am/13.30pm - 18pm
Every day day except tuesday

Musée départemental d'art contemporain de Rochechouart
87 600, Rochechouart, France

Michael Kohn Gallery ADAA'S THE ART SHOW

Bruce Conner, "ST. MINNIE,"1961.
Mixed media assemblage with paper collage, wood broom handle, metal spring, electric light socket, twine, et al. 29 x 32 x 26 inches.

Booth D11
March 2–6, 2011

Shedhalle Zurich

Stefan Panhans, "If A Store Clerk Gave Me Too Much Change," 2009.
Videostill. Shedhalle Zurich.

Dump Time.
For a Practice of Horizontality

5 March–15 May 2011

Shedhalle Zurich
Seestrasse 395
8038 Zürich

MIT presents AR – Artistic Research

MIT Program in Art, Culture & Technology

17 November 2010 – 12 May 2011

AR Project displays
April 4, 2011

Reception: 5:30–7:00 PM,
E14 Media Lab Complex

Lecture: 7:00-9:00 PM,
E15 Wiesner Building, Bartos Theater

Massachusetts Institute
of Technology

School of Architecture & Planning
Media Lab Complex, Lobby
75 Amherst Street
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 USA

Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Spartacus Chetwynd, "A Tax Haven Run by Women," 2010.
Commissioned by Frieze Projects.
Image courtesy of Sadie Coles HQ, London.
Photo by Polly Braden.

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Spartacus Chetwynd, A Tax Haven Run by Women
Part of the programme for Palace Party

Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Copenhagen) is re-opening after a period of refurbishment, with a programme that features three new exhibitions as well as a grand Palace Party.


On Saturday 5 March 2011 Charlottenborg is opening its new exhibition season with the following projects:
The Spring Exhibition 2011 (5 March–25 April)
The Repetition Festival Show – Clemens von Wedemeyer (5 March–22 May)
Research Programme – Sarah Pierce (5 March–8 May)

The Spring Exhibition occupies the impressive set of twelve galleries in Charlottenborg's south wing. This year's exhibition features 54 artists from around the world, including many artists from Scandinavia and northern Europe, as well as others from Israel, Palestine, Japan and the USA. The selection reflects the increasing internationalism of this long-established and much-loved annual event.

The Clemens von Wedemeyer exhibition is presented in three galleries in the north wing, and is the first significant showing in Scandinavia for this acclaimed artist. Von Wedemeyer is one of the leading contemporary artists working with film, and his exhibition is staged like a film festival, with a changing programme over the duration of the project.

The Research Programme is a new strand at Charlottenborg, and the first block has been created by the Dublin-based artist Sarah Pierce. The programme will always be generated by a researcher-in-residence, who will have the use of the Kunsthal's guest apartment. It will always include a display, but also a range of events—and Pierce's curated events take the form of a film club.


On Saturday 5 March, and coinciding with the start of the new exhibitions, Charlottenborg is holding a grand Palace Party (11am–9pm). This special day of performances and other events takes place across the Kunsthal but also in other spaces within the Charlottenborg palace complex, including the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the Danish Art Library. On 5 March admission to the Kunsthal is free all day.

Palace Party brings together Danish and international artists and musicians in a broad range of performances, concerts and temporary interventions. The day starts with a parade of twelve tractors that proceeds from the Town Hall to Charlottenborg, followed by a tractor concert—organised by the Swedish artist Sven-Åke Johansson—in the palace's courtyard. The day ends with a dramatic spectacle in the Art Academy's auditorium, a major collaborative performance staged by the British artist Spartacus Chetwynd.

The artists and groups represented in Palace Party include: Nina Beier, Cezary Bodzianowski, George Brecht, Spartacus Chetwynd, Simon Fujiwara, Prinz Gholam, Karl Holmqvist, Ragnar Kjartansson with Kjartan Sveinsson, Carl Krull, Sven-Åke Johansson, Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, yoyooyoy with The Sons of God, Rasmus Graff and Claus Haxholm. The collaborators include: the Danish Tractor Museum, IMO and Line Ellegaard, and the Royal Danish Theater and Ballet School.


During recent months some changes have been made in the fabric and presentation of Charlottenborg. The most obvious changes are in the foyer and café, which have been re-designed with the help of the Italian designer Martino Gamper. A new floor has been laid, and the space equipped with furniture designed by Gamper—including customised versions of Danish design classics.

In addition to its café, the Kunsthal now also houses an independent bookstore, called Charlottenborg Books. The latter offers a small and distinctive selection of books and magazines, including publications in the fields of fine art, critical design, typography, literature and theory. Finally, the Belgian designer Sara De Bondt has supervised a major redesign of Charlottenborg's graphic identity and materials.


The Spring Exhibition is organised by the Charlottenborg Fonden in association with the Kunsthal. It is supported by the Danish Arts Council (Committees for Visual Arts and International Visual Arts), Montana – Peter Lassen, Knud Højgaards Fond, Grosserer L. F. Foghts Fond, Nordic Culture Fond and OCA.

The Repetition Festival Show was originally curated by Tessa Giblin for Project Arts Centre, Dublin. The exhibition is supported by the Goethe-Institut, Munich.

Palace Party has been initiated by Charlottenborg's curator, Rhea Dall. It is supported by the Danish Arts Council (Committees for Visual Arts and International Visual Arts), the Danish Arts Foundation (Comissioned Works), the British Council and Tuborg.

Charlottenborg is supported by The Danish Ministry of Culture. The refurbishment has been supported by a special grant from the Ministry, with additional support provided by Montana.


Nyhavn 2
1051 Copenhagen K
T +45 33 13 40 22

MAXXI - National Museum of XXI Century Arts

Michelangelo Pistoletto, "Venus of the Rags," 1967.
Marble and rags, 190 x 250 x 140 cm.
Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto.
Photo by Paolo Pellion di Persano.

Michelangelo Pistoletto:
Da Uno a Molti, 1956–1974


curated by Carlos Basualdo

4 March–15 August 2011

MAXXI - National Museum of XXI Century Arts
Via Guido Reni 4A
00196 Rome

Amsterdam School of the Arts presents Remix Culture

Amsterdam School of the Arts

6-day course international
summer school

4 July 2011 – 9 July, 2011

Application deadline: April 15, 2011

Language of instruction: English

Amsterdam School of the Arts
Master of Arts Education
Amsterdam, the Netherlands


Trembling Bodies / Körper in Aufruhr
book launch & exhibition
11 February–12 March 2011

Zimmerstr. 90/ 91
10117 Berlin
Mon–Sat 11am-6pm

UGM l Maribor Art Gallery

Ausstellung Laibach Kunst
Perspectives 1980-2011

24 February–17 April 2011

UGM l Maribor Art Gallery
Strossmayerjeva 6
Maribor, Slovenia


domingo, 27 de febrero de 2011

springerin 1/2011: L'Internationale - out now

springerin – Hefte für Gegenwartskunst

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

Eugen Schönebeck, "Mao Tse-Tung," 1965.
Oil on canvas, 220 x 180 cm.
Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden.
© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2010.
Photo by Archiv Museum Frieder Burda.

Eugen Schönebeck. 1957–1967
23 February–15 May 2011

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
60311 Frankfurt, Germany
T (+49) 69-29 98 82-0
F (+49) 69-29 98 82-240