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Blue Sail

Thu, 2008-11-27 23:14
Thanks!!:today and tomorrow | Hans Haacke’Blue Sail’

Blue Sail

Thu, 2008-11-27 14:09
Blue Sail by Hans Haacke, made with chiffon, an oscillating fan, fishing weights, and thread. found at Sojamo

Aesthetically Loyal

Thu, 2008-11-27 08:44
No Comments »Graphic Design “Anthony Kolber is a graphic designer from Melbourne, Australia. He graduated from Swinburne University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Design – Honours. This was where he first discovered the writings of Bob Gill, Alan Fletcher and the work of the conceptual artists such as Joseph Kosuth and Hans Haacke. Their ideologies had a considerable effect on his approach to graphic design. He now works professionally as a senior designer.” Aesthetically Loyal is a brilliant

Politik / Minimal Sergisinde Türkiye’den Xurban

Mon, 2008-11-24 00:22
Biçimde minimal içerikde politik sanat işlerinden oluşan Politik / Minimal sergisi 29 Kasım Cumartesi Berlin’de KW (Kunst-Werke) Çağdaş Sanat Enstitüsü‘nde açılıyor. Serginin küratörlüğünü KW’nin kurucularından ve MoMA Medya Bölümü‘nün küratörü Klaus Biesenbach yapıyor. Sergiye katılanlar arasında Hans Haacke, Alfredo Jaar, Felix Gonzales-Torres gibi eski ustalardan yeni nesil sanatçılara pek çok isim var. Katılımcılar arasında dikkatimi çeken bir kişi de küresel finansal krize rağmen bu

SFMOMA Red Blue Study: Chris Sollars

Mon, 2008-11-03 14:04
SFMOMA Red Blue Study: Chris Sollars Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view Flash movie, please turn it on and refresh this page] [A special election-week Collection Rotation by San Francisco-based artist & curator Chris Sollars, whose experimental documentary C RED BLUE J will be screening in the Wattis theater Nov 4. All works collection SFMOMA & listed in detail at the bottom of this post.] At Home in Red & Blue Brother Sister Americ

Live Stage: Warren Neidich [London]

Thu, 2008-10-30 15:34
Warren Neidich - Political Art in the Sixties was about Delineation, Political Art Today is about Differentiation :: November 5, 2008; 7-9 pm :: Small Cinema, Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths, University of London. “The diagram is indeed a chaos and a catastrophe but it is also a germ of order and rhythm? … As (Francis) Bacon says it unlocks areas of sensation.” — “Francis Bacon, The Logic of Sensation,” Gilles Deleuze, pg. 102. “I am blind folded, a black silk scarf cloaks my eyes pressi

Opening Performance Lecture / Museum Hall Meeting

Tue, 2008-10-28 15:11
Opening Performance Lecture & Museum Hall Meeting posted at 14:11 GMT by M.River in /news/mriver On view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) from November 8, 2008 through February 8, 2009, The Art of Participation: 1950 to Now presents an overview of the rich and varied history of participatory art practice during the past six decades, exploring strategies and situations in which the public has taken a collaborative role in the art-making process. Organized by S

Colloque "Les élites économiques européennes et la création photographique"

Sat, 2008-10-25 17:42
13 Novembre 2008, Institut national d'histoire de l'art, 2, rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris, Salle Vasari (entrée libre). Colloque de l'université Paris 1 (CIRHAC/Institut européen de la mémoire économique et financière). 9h30 - Introduction Raymond Dartevelle (IMEF/Paris 10), Michel Poivert (Paris 1). 10h00 - Paul-Louis Roubert (Paris 8), "Une photographie contre-révolutionnaire: le calotype français des années 1840-1850". Le développement du calotype en France à la fin des années 1840 s'appu

tangents / 3 months of 4′33, mic’ing Marfa, three Martinez scores …

Sun, 2008-10-19 20:43
An overly long list of links collected in recent months: At the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from November 8, 2008, through February 8, 2009, guest performers will do John Cage’s 4′33″ each day (except for Wednesdays) at noon “on piano.” The performance series is associated with the exhibit The Art of Participation (sfmoma.org), which runs concurently. The exhibit will feature work by Cage, Lygia Clark, Dan Graham, Hans Haacke, Jochen Gerz, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Lynn Hershman Leeson, a

Colección MACBA (XXI)

Sun, 2008-10-19 18:01
El MACBA, el Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Barcelona, es siempre punto de encuentro del arte más vanguardistas, tanto para los amante de este tipo de exposiciones como para curisosos en general. Visitado por turistas y ciudadanos, su colección pueden verse en la Capella algunas obras clásicas del minimal internacional como las de Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Robert Mangold, Daniel Buren y Larry Bello que se articulan con las de los catalanes Joaquim Llucià y Àngels Ribé o la obra de Josep Ponsa

Art & Politics: Campaign 2008

Sun, 2008-10-19 13:25
John McCain, John Robertson, acrylic paint on paper. Barack Obama, John Robertson, acrylic paint on paper. Michelle Obamas Makeover for America, Daniel Edwards, portrait bust. Michelle Obamas Makeover for America, Daniel Edwards, portrait bust. Star Gazer, Hans Haacke, color photography. State of the Union, Hans Haacke, installation. Collateral, Hans Haacke, installation. Greatest American Hero, Dana Ellyn, acrylic on canvas. Sarah's Early Foreign Polic

El arte como experiencia traducida en falacia - Héctor Antón Castillo

Mon, 2008-10-13 07:52
[IMG MarcelDuchamp[1]-u.jpg]"La inmortalidad es el juicio eterno" Milan Kundera ¿Por qué Warhol posee más vigencia que Beuys? ¿Por qué las dos cara de una misma moneda ilustran el proceso de intercambio que experimentan nociones tan dispares como la esencia y la apariencia? “Auto Verde en llamas 1” (1963), es la pieza de Warhol por la que más se ha pagado hasta el presente: 71,17 millones de dólares en 2007. Tras su muerte ocurrida en 1987, diversas fuentes estimaron su fortuna en unos 600 mi

Revealing Stories

Thu, 2008-10-09 23:38
Lenape umbilical cord bag made of leather, beads, quills, wood and plastic, circa 1952. Children’s umbilical cords are often kept in special bags. This bag in the shape of a turtle is decorated with traditional Lenape quillwork. The beading on its back represents the story of Turtle Island. Photo: Lauren Hansen-Flaschen.Fulfilling a Prophecy; the past and present of the Lenape in Pennsylvania at the Penn MuseumThe first information in Fullfilling a Prophecy at the Penn Museum (University of Penn

Litteraturlista

Tue, 2008-10-07 09:20
Litteraturlista 7 oktober 2008 av Emma litteratur, kulturekonomi Jag håller på att ställa samman en lista med engelskspråkig litteratur till en kurs. Högt och lågt, höger och vänster, konst, kultur och ekonomi - jag litar på att studenterna har omdöme. Kanske någon annan också kan ha nytta av den. Och påminn mig gärna om vilka böcker som jag har glömt: Anderson, Chris (2006) The Long Tail. Hyperion. Andersson, Åke E. (2006) The Economics of Experiences, the Arts, and Entertainment. Edward

Zacheta National Gallery of Art presents Revolutions 1968

Mon, 2008-09-29 12:31
Zacheta National Gallery of Art Dorothy Iannone The Next Great Moment in History is Ours, 1970. Photo Jochen Littkemann, courtesy Air de Paris. “Revolutions 1968″ September 16 - November 9, 2008 Zacheta National Gallery of Art Pl. Malachowskiego 3 00-916 Warsaw, Poland phone (+ 48 22) 827 58 54 press@zacheta.art.pl http://www.zacheta.art.pl The year 1968 is a time of the culmination of a great number of wildly different political and social tensions. Protests, unrest and demonstra

El "arte útil" de Tania Bruguera - Héctor Antón Castillo

Thu, 2008-09-25 18:50
"¿Quién sabe cuando pusieron las fronteras del país/ y rodearon los pinos con alambre de espino?/¿Una palabra? Bien, la guardamos en la boca; / se pronuncia mejor en ambas lenguas/ y aunque enmudezcamos será germinada". Ludwig Wittgenstein. Tractatus. El 4 de mayo de 1997 (tres días después de otro multitudinario desfile), Tania Bruguera protagonizó uno de sus "escándalos silentes" más connotados frente a su casa de La Habana Vieja situada en Tejadillo 214. Como parte de la serie “El peso de

Interview with Adriana Salazar 采访Adriana Salazar

Sat, 2008-09-20 21:43
上个月,为了参加(也多亏)Pixelazo艺术节,我去了哥伦比亚。 那时候我问Alejandro Tamayo可不可以向我指出有哪位艺术家值得我在波哥大与其碰面的。他的心目中出现了几个名字,但当我看了一眼Adriana Salazar的机器时,我只说道“停!停!不用说了,我怎样才能找到她?”我怎么会不想去更多地了解这个女生呢,她创造了精巧简约(但稍显滑稽)的机器,它们会吸烟,系鞋带,穿针引线,踏踏实实地量度墙壁,把灯的开关打开关上,打开又关上,打开又关上,粉刷墙壁,哭泣而另一个会帮他擦试眼泪,等等等等。 你的背景是什么?你如何开始创作机器的?用“机器”这个词来表述它们准确吗? 我在波哥大这里的Jorge Tadeo Lozano大学学美术。在我学习生涯的最后阶段,就在我开始开展我最后一个学术项目的时候,我接触到移动设备,这是一个偶然的机会,又或许只是因为我无法忍受静止。之后,我决定从事一种更精确的运动:重复执行的、期间意识不到身体有什么变化的人类行为。因此,我从吸烟开始,这个行为涉及极其复杂的身体运动。将这个行为独立于其背景的想法结果产生了一种“类机器物体”,但其功能与机器

Neuer Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k. presents German Angst

Thu, 2008-09-18 02:31
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k. North Africa (1942) [From: Hartmut Bitomsky, VW-Komplex, GER 1990, 93 min] Copyright BArch, Bild 101I-549-0736-05. German Angst September 20 - November 2, 2008 Opening: Friday, September 19, 7pm Neuer Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k. Chausseestraße 128/129 10115 Berlin Germany http://www.nbk.org German Angst Hartmut Bitomsky, Nils Bökamp / Sebastian Heidinger, KP Brehmer, Eduard Constantin, Antje Engelmann, Amir Fattal, Hans Haacke, Edgar Hilsenrath, T

BumpList at SFMOMA - “The Art of Participation: 1950 to Now

Wed, 2008-09-17 15:06
My project, BumpList: An Email Community for the Determined (in collaboration with Mike Bennett) will be showing at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) in a show called “The Art of Participation: 1950 to Now” opening on November 8, 2008. Press release for the show is here. Other artists in the show include: “bramović/Ulay; Vito Acconci; Francis Alÿs; Chip Lord, Curtis Schreier and Bruce Tomb (former members of Ant Farm); John Baldessari; Joseph Beuys; Blank & Jeron and Gerrit Goh

SOME CALL IT ART: From Imaginary Autonomy to Autonomous Collectivity, Gregory Sholette

Wed, 2008-09-17 05:46
Adsense Code] Isn’t it rather, all things considered, that I remain suspended on this question, whose answer I tirelessly seek in the other’s face: what am I worth? - BalzacWestern culture has, at least since the enlightenment, defined the artist as set apart from the rest of society. The best known version of this artistic autonomy is the constitution of the solitary genius. Today, that imaginary realm of independence is increasingly visible as an ideological