Sunday, September 30, 2012

Vincent Fecteau - solo show - Daniel Buchholz - Berlin

through October 20th 2012

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Joshua Abelow - Famous Artist - Sorry, We´re Closed - Brussels

through November 10th 2012

"One time I got a message from some guy at 2am telling me he hates my work and is 'urging his associates not to invest in my bullshit.'"

Friday, September 28, 2012

Oscar Tuazon: Action - Jonathan Viner - London

through November 3rd 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Peter Doig - New Works - Michael Werner - London

through December 22nd 2012

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Karen Kilimnik & Kim Gordon - 303 Gallery - NYC

through September 29th 2012

For this show, both Kilimnik and Gordon will present video installations addressing the nature of performance, its definition and its influence. Kilimnik's 'Bananarama Guilty' considers performance from the vantage point of the spectator, and the dialogue that is created through worldwide broadcast. Using material recorded from a televised concert and interview with the band Bananarama in Monaco, the bad reception causes the video to appear as almost complete static, a blown out cacophony of black and white snow, amplifying the distance between performer and spectator. Through this abstracted fissure, ghosted pop choreography is discernible, the music and band rising from the abyss like the title character in Poe's "Liegeia." As soon as a fleeting grasp of the material begins to emerge, the video abruptly cuts to more legible footage of Madonna's Hollywood star-turn "Desperately Seeking Susan" and early '90s MTV fashion weekly "House of Style." As the video cuts back to Bananarama, the lyrics to the song appear- "'Cause I'm guilty - guilty - guilty as a girl can be... only youuu can set me free."

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

JON CAMPBELL - DUNNO - Kalimanrawlins - Victoria

through September 29th 2012

Monday, September 24, 2012

Bernadette Corporation - 2000 Wasted Years - Artists Space - NYC

through December 16th 2012

Since the early days of Bernadette Corporation there was always the desire to make films, and the group began to use the context of contemporary art for production assistance and screening opportunities, culminating in one of BC’s most widely seen videos: Get Rid of Yourself (2003). The film revolves around the rioting in Genoa during the 2001 G8 summit and the militant-intellectual mood of radical Black Bloc anarchists, in opposition to peacenik anti-globalization protest organizations and the police. The video opted for seductive contagion by circulating modes of protest along with scripted passages featuring downtown actress and fashion icon Chloë Sevigny.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Simon Starling - Triangulation Station A - Casey Kaplan - NYC

through October 20th 2012

Casey Kaplan is pleased to announce Triangulation Station A (40°44’49.17“ N 74°0’22.45“ W), an exhibition by Simon Starling (b. 1967) that draws on two distinct historical narratives. The exhibition, which is Starling’s fifth with the gallery, is based on the idea of the parallax view and runs concurrently with Triangulation Station B (52°31’39.61″ N 13°23’38.64″ E), a presentation of the same works at neugerriemschneider, Berlin. Central to both exhibitions are two films presented separately, each in relation to a sculpture that reinforces the sense of mirroring and triangulation at the heart of their structure. Both films are set within the confines of a small working space in which a craftsman is hard at work, and investigate the relationship between the meaning of making and the making of meaning.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Domino Effect - group show - Catherine Bastide - Brussels

through October 27th 2012

The Galerie Catherine Bastide is pleased to present a collective exhibition : Domino Effect with Florian Auer, Leo Gabin, Yngve Holen, Renaud Jerez, Ilja Karilampi, Sean Raspet, and John Sparagana.Domino Effect chose to reverse the principle of causality by leading the return of the effects back to its cause. It puts forward the idea of collage through an endless play of action/interaction between the sensitive formal imbrications and a reading mode that compromises standard logic.The image is at the centre of this exhibition: the online, digital, duplicated, multiplied, cut, infinitely modifiable image. As many images as there are realisation protocols.The interfaces are familiar within our contemporary experience: advertising, marketing,internet, industry, cinema, banking system.The input devices such as the keyboard, mouse, camera, microphone, or scanner are used to provide information to the machine.The output devices such as the display, LEDs, speakers, or printer allow the machine to respond and show information. The devices are large and the arrangements are manifold.Domino Effect questions proliferation and tries to establish new links between the strategies of mass media and the glossy surfaces of products, an investigation that positions itself between reality and hyper-reality.

Friday, September 21, 2012


through October 27th 2012

Matt Connors’ open-ended approach to art-making embraces movement, change and meaning. Touching and jostling, his paintings and objects are intellectual and emotional, literal and metaphorical; they give a sense of themselves as being both pictures and things. Many of Connors’ works invoke physical methods like dripping, rubbing and staining. Museum of Modern Art curator Peter Eeley writes that Connors’ paintings are “remarkable for the apparent thinness of their surface; paint ends up in them, rather than on them.”

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Paul Cowan - Did not want to [—?—] his [—?—] of [—?—]. - Clifton Benevento - NYC

through November 3rd 2012

Using as title an excerpt from Melville’s Marginalia – a virtual archive dedicated to the documentation of books owned and borrowed by Herman Melville and designed to showcase the author’s extensive liner notes — Cowan contextualizes his exhibition with a meditation on the periphery, of value in the trivial.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

N/V_PROJECTS presents: SPEAK, MEMORY! - The Dye House - London

through September 23rd 2012

Opening night: Wednesday, 19th of September /6 - 9 


An exhibition focussing on the visual deconstruction of narratives in recent video art as part of PAMI Peckham Artist Moving Image Festival 2012. 

Featuring works by: Steven Claydon - The Fictional Pixel (2008)
Mark Leckey - The March of the Big White Barbarians (2006)
Sophie Lee - An Introduction to Cave Sports (2012)
Lloyd Corporation - Interior Music (2011)
Simon Werner - Appetizer/Paralyzer - Notes on an Urban Gothic (2012)

The Dye House - Nutbrook Studios - 33 Nutbrook Street - SE15 4JU

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Magali Reus - Hands Down - unosolo - Milano

through November 17th 2012

Monday, September 17, 2012

HOW TO ECLIPSE THE LIGHT - group show - Wilkinson Gallery - London

through October 5th 2012

Cory Arcangel, Bernadette Corporation, Dara Birnbaum, Simon Denny, Aleksandra Domanović, Cécile B. Evans, Ilja Karilampi, Made In Company, Pamela Rosenkranz, Kate Steciw

Curated by Karen Archey


Sunday, September 16, 2012

Natascha Sadr Haghighian - Carol/Fletcher - London

through September 22nd 2012

In a radical departure from her usual practice of site-specific projects, Natascha Sadr Haghighian's first solo exhibition in London is a selection of works from the last fifteen years. She describes her practice as a continual process of interrogation and unhinging of socio-political hierarchies and conventions; of seeking to defrock and destabilise systems of representation and authority. By placing the works alongside each other for the first time, Sadr Haghighian draws out new perspectives and connects the various debates and questions raised by them over the years.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

From The Age of the Poets - group show - Aanant & Zoo - Berlin

through October 20th 2012

The functioning of language, its limits and possibilities, has kept especially philosophers and poets, Dadaists and semiotic theorists busy in the last century. The gallery Aanant & Zoo dedicates the exhibition From the Age of the Poets to the interplay between the wonder of language, truth, the possibility of mis- or not understanding and poetry as a legitimate access to the world. Twenty-five well-known and lesser-known positions of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries create a room, in which these questions can oscillate. A central topic of the exhibition is translation. Many artists share the possible translatability from language to language, from system to system, from the concrete to the abstract and occasionally backwards.

Friday, September 14, 2012


through October 21st 2012

On Stellar Rays is pleased to present two new videos by Alix Pearlstein, The Drawing Lesson and Moves in the Field, in the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. A third related video, Light, will be on view in the gallery office. In her new work, Pearlstein exploits acts of spectatorship among individuals, isolating a dialectical engagement of movement, observation and reception.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Kate Steciw - Boundless Hyper - Toomer Labzda - NYC

through Ocotber 23rd 2012

kate steciw continues her exploration into the construction and dissemination of consumer culture in her first solo show at toomer labzda,boundless hyper. the show's title, arrived at using a common web-based naming software that pairs at random various search optimized terms, speaks to steciw's ongoing interest in the ideologies and aesthetics of networked culture. with a focus on e-commerce, steciw addresses the implications and applications of user identity both online and off

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Roman Liška - NU BALANCE - Rod Barton Gallery - London

through October 20th 2012

Private View: Thursday, 13th of September / 6 - 9 PM

Now that we are witnessing the failure of the neoliberal austerity drive, we can begin to understand Contemporary Art as a limited art historical period that may prove inappropriate for the next phase of globalisation, with massive histories still to be written between the world’s multiple new, non-Western, non-liberal economic powers. Indeed we may look back on 2012 as the year that neoliberalism came to an end. And it is the end of this world order’s ‘Contemporary’ configuration of art that is played out in the work of German-born, London-based artist Roman Liška.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

EILEEN QUINLAN TWIN PEAKS - Campoli/Presti - London

through October 3rd 2012

Monday, September 10, 2012

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Saturday, September 8, 2012

JOSEPHINE PRYDE - NIGHT OUT - Simon Lee Gallery - London

through October 4th 2012

On 8 September 2011, Josephine Pryde took photographs at a promotional fashion event in London's West End. Now, one year later and coinciding with the 2012 incarnation of the same retail initiative, Simon Lee Gallery is proud to announce NIGHT OUT, our forthcoming solo exhibition with Pryde, which will include a selection of these photographs alongside a new sequence of works.


Friday, September 7, 2012

Not Safe For Work - group show - DUVE - Berlin

through October 20th 2012

Chris Succo, Dan Shaw-Town, Ed Fornieles, Roman Liška, Nazafarin Lotfi and Wyatt Kahn  

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Interiority Complex - group show - Cubitt - London

through September 30th 2012

Interiority Complex is the first exhibition in the programme of new Cubitt Curatorial Bursary holder Jamie Stevens.

Kathy Acker & Alan Sondheim, Rachal Bradley, Nicolas Ceccaldi and Brice Dellsperger

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Ruptures: Forms of Public Address - Cooper Union - NYC

through October 13th 2012

Situated within the context of the upcoming US elections and the one-year anniversary of the Occupy movement, The Cooper Union art exhibition Ruptures: Forms of Public Address explores the urgency, promise, and fragility of public and fearless speech within the aftermath of the 2010-11 demonstrations that erupted worldwide in city streets, university campuses, and urban centers. Curated by School of Art Deans Saskia Bos and Steven Lam, the show features a diverse group of artists including Cooper Union Professors Doug Ashford and Sharon Hayes, along with Ida Applebroog, Mircea Cantor, Theo Ellsworth & Caleb Monroe, Ganzeer, Igor Grubic, Iman Issa, Will Kwan, Antoni Muntadas, REPOcommons, REPOhistory, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Lincoln Tobier, Liu Wei, and Krzysztof Wodiczko.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Ger van Elk - AS IS, AS WAS - Grimm - Amsterdam

September 8th through October 14th 2012

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Lloyd Corporation - When People Are Silent, Stones Speak - Green is Gold - Copenhagen

last chance: through September 2nd 2012

The ideas of the past were discarded and products were created that addressed the customer even before they were plugged into the mains. Whilst you enjoyed being in control of almost everything, you could rest assured that we did the hard work of making sure this universe was available to you. Assembling every tiny wire and screw. All done by hand.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Matt Hope - Spectrum Divide - Saamlung - Hong Kong

through October 6th 2012

Matt Hope works as an engineer of the aesthetically unpredictable and conceptually unsound, assembling large-scale agglomerations of steel, custom hardware, machinery, speaker components, and odds and ends culled from wholesale electronics markets. Once involved in the production of sound systems and electronic music for the English underground party scene, he is currently based in Beijing's Caochangdi district, working with globalized manufacturing systems and local fabrication workshops.