Artists

Julian Beck

Born 1925 in New York, died 1985 in New York, US

Education

College of the City, New York, US 1943

Yale University, New Haven, US

Exhibitions

At the age of 18 Julian dropped out of Yale in order to paint and write in his home city. Less than two years later, in 1945, he would earn his first exhibition ever, at Peggy Guggenheim’s groundbreaking gallery “Art of this Century” alongside Rothko, Pollock, Motherwell, Kline and De Kooning. He would continue to exhibit at other important venues (MoMA in New York, Pittsburgh International Carnegie Institute, Bernard-Ganymede, Tibor de Nagy) through to 1958. Although inspired by this prominent group of abstract expressionist painters, fascination with Beck’s lively paintings derives from his variety of techniques and styles. He preserved “his autodidact’s willingness to try anything”. Painting was a joy for him – he stated in an interview for his first solo exhibition that the blank paper made him feel “like a child – on the beach – all afternoon ahead”.

1945

Group show, Art of This Century – Peggy Guggenheim Gallery, New York, US

1955

Solo show, Paintings – Julian Beck, Bernard-Ganymede Gallery, New York, US, catalogue forward by writer Paul Goodman

1955

Group show, Recent Drawings U.S.A, Museum of Modern Art, New York, US 1956

Group show, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, US

1958

Group show, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, US

1986

The Living Theatre at Cooper Union, Cooper Union, New York, US Curated by Art Historian and friend Dore Ashton

2001

Solo Show, Julian Beck: Paintings & Drawings 1944 – 1957, UBU Gallery, New York, US, catalogue with introduction by Andrew Nadelson

2003

Living Theatre. Labyrinths of the Imaginary, Castel Sant’ Elmo, Napoli, IT curated by Giuseppe Morra, Achille Bonito Oliva and Lorenzo Mango

2007

The Fondazione Morra in Naples, an established cultural foundation, holds exclusive rights to authenticate the paintings of Julian Beck and to catalog and archive the works of the Living Theatre.


The Living Theatre

(founded in 1947)

Beck is best known as the founder – along with his wife, actress Judith Malina – of the avant-garde performance group “The Living Theatre” and this is where he would fuel his artistic fervor until the end of his life, promoting ideas of anarcho- pacifism and liberalism throughout Europe, South America and the US.

Its work such as ”The Connection (1959),” ”The Brig (1964)” and ”Antigone (1967)” – brought social issues and audience involvement to the fore. Influenced greatly by Artaud’s theatre of cruelty, the plays sought to shock the audience out of complacency. Going to the theatre was not necessarily purely entertaining. They intended it to be uncomfortable experience. In “The connection” real drugged up junkies would ask the audience for money in others, the actors would shout at them angrily imploring them to do something about the Vietnam war or to storm a prison.

The theatre company constantly found themselves being banned from places. In 1968 the mayor of Avignon ordered them to leave as he complained that their hippie life style was disturbing the town, noting their frighteningly disheveled appearance in particular. In 1971 Beck and Malina and 11 other cast members were expelled from Brazil after being arrested for possession of large amounts of marijuana. They would even have to leave New York from 1974-84 and go on a nomadic tour around Europe, as the company was closed by the Internal Revenue Service as the couple owed the state $23’000.

Yet this was a price they were willing to pay. True anarcho-pacifists, they believed in striving for a better free world through experimentation. ”We insisted on experimentation,” Mr. Beck once said. ”That was an image for a changing society. If one can experiment in theater one can experiment in life.”

Play writings with Judith Malina

1971

Paradise Now: A Collective Creation of the Living Theatre, Random House

1972

Frankenstein: A Collective Creation of the Living Theatre, La Fiacola

1972

A Collective Creation of the Living Theatre, Belibaste

1973

Seven Meditations on Political Sado-Masochism: A Collective Creation of the Living Theatre, Fag Rag

Poetry

1963

SongsoftheRevolution:OnetoThirty-five,InterimBooks

1969

Twenty-OneSongsoftheRevolution,AprilVerlag

1974

Songs of the Revolution: Thirty-Six to Eighty-Nine, Union Generale d’Editions

Film & Television

1984

The Cotton Club, Francis Ford Coppola

1985

MiamiVice(TVseries),AnthonyYerkovich

1986

Poltergeist II : The Other Side, Brian Gibson

Bibliography

1955

Julian Beck, text by Paul Goodman, exhibition catalogue published by

Bernard Ganymede Gallery, New York, US

1986

The Living Theater looks back before resuming its avante-garde ways, by Gerald Fraser, The New York Times, published on 12 October 1986

2001

Julian Beck: Paintings and Drawings, 1944-1958, Introduction by Andres Nadelson, exhibition catalogue published by UBU Gallery, New York, US

Art review of Julian Beck’s exhibition at UBU Gallery, New York, by Grace Glueck, The New York Times, published on 1 June 2001

2009

Julian Beck: in the Name of Painting, Gilberto Ganzer, GianCarlo Pagliasso and Tom Walker, Pasian di Prato (Udine): Museo Civico d’ Arte, IT

Artists

Henri Chopin

Henri Chopin (Paris, 18 June 1922 – Norfolk, 3 January 2008) was an avant-garde artist, poet and musician; is widely considered to be a pioneer in the recognition and distribution of sound-poetry.
Henri Chopin was a little-known but key figure of the French avant-garde during the second half of the 20th century. Known primarily as a concrete and sound poet, he created a large body of pioneering recordings using early tape recorders, studio technologies and the sounds of the manipulated human voice. His emphasis on sound is a reminder that language stems as much from oral traditions as from classic literature, of the relationship of balance between order and chaos.
Deported to Germany in 1943, he spent periods in prison and in hiding before being repatriated, and subsequently enlisted as a solider.Chopin rebelled against the Nazi occupation during the Second World War and left France where he returned in 1946 until 1968, after which he moved and settled in London.
During the 1950s Chopin started to work with sound on his first portable tape recorder, soon loosing interest in the simple human voice and replacing it with more primitive human sounds, working on their manipulation by experimenting with current technologies. Chopin’s interest focused on all possible variations of the human voice, seen as an action and “language” of the body. He discovered that the inside of a human being carries with it a form of primordial poetry that he decided to express in the form of ‘concrete poetry’. Chopin was also a painter, graphic artist and designer, typographer, independent publisher, film-maker, broadcaster and arts promoter.
Chopin is significant above all for his diverse spread of creative achievement, as well as for his position as a focal point of contact for the international arts. As poet, painter, graphic artist and designer, typographer, independent publisher, film-maker, broadcaster and arts promoter, Chopin’s work is a barometer of the shifts in European media between the 1950s and the 1970s.
His publication and design of the classic audio-visual magazines Cinquième Saison and OU between 1958 and 1974, each issue containing recordings as well as texts, images, screenprints and multiples, brought together international contemporary writers and artists such as members of Lettrisme and Fluxus, Jiri Kolar, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Tom Philips, Brion Gysin, William S. Burroughs and many others, as well as bringing the work of survivors from earlier generations such as Raoul Hausmann and Marcel Janco to a fresh audience.
Chopin spent a lot of time in Naples from the beginning of the 1980s due to his collaborative projects with Peppe Morra, founder of Fondazione Morra, one of the most renowned spaces for contemporary art active within the city. Morra and Chopin worked closely together up until the final years of the French artist’s life. During this time they produced numerous publications, a large number of which were based on his stunning production of “typewriter poems”. Chopin found a new possibility for poetry both within sound and the written form; with a formal approach he constructed a new alphabetical narration that actually had no responsibility for communication.

His personal production — consisting of typewriter-poems and sound performances — is an inspired attempt to open the medium of poetry into a form described by Chopin as ‘a poetry of spaces’: demonstrating ‘the sensory superiority of sound as opposed to normal speech, and [...] free man from the straightjacket of words and letters and from his obedience to didactics.’

Born 1922, Paris, FR

Died 2008, Dereham, UK

Solo shows

2014

Firstsite, Colchester, UK

2013

Henri Chopin, Gratte Ciel Hors Commerce, New Jerseyy, Basel, CH

L’Énergie Du Sommeil, 1M3, Lausanne, CH

La Crevette Amoureuse, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2012

Revue OU – Cinquième Saison: An Anthology of Sound Poetry, Argos, Brussels, BE

OU OU OU: Henri Chopin and Revue OU, Summerhall, Edinburgh, UK

2011

Henri Chopin and the OU Magazine, Fundação de Serralves Porto, PO

Neonlicht#1  – Henri Chopin in het archief Paul De Vree, M HKA, Antwerp, BE

2010

In Neapel, Supportico Lopez Gallery, Berlin, DE

2008

Henri Chopin, Three Minutes, Cubitt Gallery, London, UK

2005

LES FILTRES DE L’ ALPHABET ET DE L’, Fondazione Morra, Naples, IT

1998

Henri Chopin, Sonic Memory, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK

1993

Henri Chopin:Revue OU, Collection OU, Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, DE

1979

Poesia Sonora, Studio Santandrea, Milan, IT

1974

Henri Chopin: Ideas Gallery, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK

1972

Ceolfrith 18: Henri Chopin, Ceolfrith Arts Centre, Sunderland, UK

Group shows

2014

… all silent but for the buzzing …, Royal College of Art Galleries, London, UK

2013

Revue Ou, Poesie Sonore, Poesie Ouverte, Poesie Konkret 1964-1974, Oslo 10, Münchenstein, CH

Homes & Gardens, Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles, US

Poetry & Performance, with Ida Applebroog and Gina Pane, Richard Saltoun, London, UK

Anton Voyls Fortgang /A Void, with Guy De Cointet and Channa Horwitz, Kunstsaele Berlin, Berlin, DE

Vocal Folds, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, OZ

Die dritte Dimension, with Natalie Häusler, Giulio Delvé, Maria Adele Del Vecchio, Supportico Lopez at Frutta Gallery, Rome, IT

Anton Voyls Fortgang /A Void, with Guy De Cointet and Channa Horwitz, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, DE

2012

It’s When It’s Gone That You Really Notice It, Simone Subal Gallery, New York, US
Face to Face, Deakin University, Melbourne, OZ

Ecstatic Alphabet/Heaps of Language, MOMA, New York, US

2010

NOVEL, Group Exhibition, Dépendance, Brussel, BE

2009

Poor. Old. Tired. Horse. ICA, London, UK

1967

Henri Chopin, Julien Blaine, Francois Dufrene and HW Muller, concert at Musée d’art Modern de Ville de Paris, FR

Bibliography

2013

Henri Chopin, Supportico Lopez, Astrid Mania, Artforum, September 2013, p. 425

Henri Chopins menschliche Fabrik, Luca Cerriza, in Anton Voyls Fortgang /A Void, Henri Chopin, Guy De Cointet and Channa Horwitz, (Leipzig: Spector Books), pp.27-29

Henri Chopin’s “La Crevette Amoureuse”, Supportico Lopez Berlin, Vincenzo Latronico, Art Agenda, May 2013

2012

Best of 2012, “Ecstatic Alphabets / Heaps of Language”, Museum of Modern Art, Tim Griffin, Artforum, December 2012, pp.238-241

2011

Why I am the author of sound poetry and free poetry, Henri Chopin, Nero, No. 27, Autumn 2011, pp.59-66, (Rome: Nero)

2009

Limitless Voice(s), Intensive Bodies: Henri Chopin’s Poetics of Expansion, Mosaic (Winnipeg), Vol 42, No. 2

2008

Henri Chopin, Espace Fremissant, by Giannantonio Morghen (Milan: Associazione Renzo Cortina)

2007

“Le Cahier du Refuge” 162, (Marseille: Centre International de Poesie)

2006

Graphpoemesmechine, (Biella: Zero Gravita)

2002

J’ose ! – defier, (Verona, Archivio F. Conz)

2002

La Marche de la Mort, Avenat Pedant Apres

2001

Panorama, (Geneva: Ed Ottezec)

Réalité sonorous

1994

Hors-l’or (Appel à L’orage de L’oral), (caen: éd. Cahiers de nuit)

1993

- & +, (montingy/france: éditions voix Richard)

1992

Henri Chopin and Paul Zumthor, Les Riches Heures de l’Alphabet. Paris: Edition Traversière

1990

Squelette du verbe et alentour

1987

Henri Chopin, (Paris: Galerie Brigitte Schéhadé)

1986

Ray to the Rays, (Verona: edition Francesco Conz)

1985

La Conference de Yalta, 1985 (Napoli: Ed Morra)

1984

The Last Book of the Rich Alphabetical Hours of the Chopins, 1984, (Glasgow: Third Eye Centre)

1983

The Limitations of Letterisme: An Interview with Henri Chopin, Nicholas Zurbrugg, Visible Language, Issue 17.3, July 1983

1982

16 Typewriter Poems, (Köln: Edition Hundertmark)

1978

Portfolio Chopin, (Geneva: Editions Ottezec) With Cozette De Charmoy and William S. Burroughs

1976

The Cosmographical Lobster: A Poetical Novel, 1976, (London: Gaberbocchus)

1975

Portrait des 9 (Marche Commun), (Antwerp)

Signs, (London: Ruby Edition)

1973

Three Artists, Six Images, Robert Altmann, Henri Chopin with John Furnival and Tom Phillips

1970

Peche de Nuit, 1970, notes for 45rpm record in Le Dernier Roman du Monde. Wetteren: Editions Cyanuur. (Orig. 1957)

1969

Uncorrect poem for Henri Chopin, Openings Press

1967

Why I am the Author of Sound Poetry and Free Poetry

1958

Chants de Nuit

L’arriviste, (Paris: Ed Caractères)

1957

Regard Total

Signes. Poèmes, 1957 (Paris, Ed. Caractères)
Exhibition Catalogues

2013              Anton Voyls Fortgang /A Void, Henri Chopin, Guy De Cointet and Channa Horwitz, (Leipzig: Spector Books)

1992              Henri Chopin, eds./curators Nicholas Zurbrugg and Marlene Hall, Morningside, (Qld: Queensland College of Art Gallery)

1974              Henri Chopin: Ideas gallery. Graphics, objects and other poems. (London: Whitechapel Art Gallery)

1972              Ceolfrith 18, 1972 (Sunderland: Ceolfrith Press)

1967 Festival de Fort Boyard, (Paris: Musee d’art Modern) in: Revue OU 30/31
program folder to concert

Discography

Publ. 1994 Staccati en glissando: pour une voix humane (radiophonic music), undated, Delta/The Listening Room

Henri Chopin, les 9 saintes-phonies: a retrospective (Amsterdam: Staalplaat STCD 070/Korm Plastics KP 4694, 1994). Compilation curated by John Hudak, and contains an interview of Chopin done by Hudak in 1990, as well as essays about Chopin by Hugh Davies, Sten Hanson, Larry Wendt, and Nicholas Zurbrugg.

1979            Les Chuitantes Respirant

1974             Throat Power

1973             You Vetigo Vertige

1972              Poésie Sonore, S Press

1971              Audiopoems, Tangent Records, UK

Artists

Danilo Correale

Danilo Correale

1982 Naples, IT

Lives and works in London, UK

Education

2009

MA Degree “Visual Art and Curatorial Studies” NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, Milano, IT

2006

BA Degree in Sculpture accademy of Fine Arts Napoli, IT

Master Special Effect, Videocentro Accademia di Belle Arti, Terni, IT

Solo Exhibitions

2013

The Game, a football match with 3 goals, 8 December 2013 at ‘Gino Manni’ stadium, Colle di Val d’Elsa, Siena, IT – supported by Fondazione Ermanno Casoli, IT

2012

The Warp And The Weft, Peep Hole

We Have A Business Proposal, Raucci/Santamaria, Naples, IT

2011

Pareto Optimality, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE
We are making history, Entrèe Gallery, Bergen, NO

2010

Mosh pit control, Raucci/ Santamaria, Naples, IT

2009

How much art can you take? Chan, Genoa, IT

2008

Goodbye My Darling, by Marco Scotini, galleria Franco Riccardo Artivisive, Naples, IT

Selected Group Exhibitions

2014

Dois Pra Là, dois pra cà, Galeria Metropolitana, Santiago, CL, curated by Renan Araujo

Generator Projects, Dundee, UK

2013

Liquid Assets, cur. by Luigi Fassi and Katerina Gregos, Leinz, AU

5th Moscow International Biennale parallel event, cur. by Andrey Parshikov, Moscow, RU

Performa 13,  cur. by Randi Grov Berger, New York, USA

2012

Interonal Fellowsnatihip, VIII Festival de Performance de Cali – Helena Producciones, Colombia “Record”, cur. by GUM studio, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venezia, IT

“The House of Cards”, cur. by Viktor Naumann, GreyNoise, Dubai, UAE

“I Vespri – 24hrs civic Forum”, cur. by M. Scotini, Galleria la Veronica, Modica, IT

3rd Moscow International Biennal for Young Art, MMOMA, Moscow, RU Sotto la strada la spiaggia, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, IT Take The Leap – Peep-Hole Annual Benefit – Peep Hole, Milano, IT ( group show )

Microsculpture Biennial, curated by Karl Heinz, Kunstverein Bully, Kleinkems, Freibourg, DE (group show)
Enacting Populism, curated by Matteo Lucchetti, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, FR

2011

Versus, cur. by Francesca Referza, Velan Center for contemporary art, Turin, IT
Prague Biennal – Se vuoi che la storia Continui, Video Section, Prague, CZ
Bedtime Stories, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE
Enacting Populism, cur. by M. Lucchetti, Residence Air Antwerpen, Extra City, Antwerpen, BE
Premio Rothschild, Royal Palace, Milan, IT
Posso errare, ma non di core: passato prossimo e futuro anteriore dell’Italia, Galleria Comunale d’arte contemporanea di Monfalcone, Monfalcone, IT

2010

Manifesta 8: The European Biennal of Contemporary Art cur by CPS – Chamber of Public Secrets (K.Ramadan and A. Cramerotti) Prisión de San Antón, Murcia
Politique Zéro Espace Niemayer, Paris, FR
Harald Szeemann cur. by S. Zuliani, Chiesa dell’Addolorata, Salerno, IT
My favourite things cur. by Sottobosco, Galleria Contemporanea di Mestre, Mestre, IT
Eco e Narciso cur. by R. De Marchi and E. Volpato, Eco Museo Feltrificio Crumiere,
Villar Pollice, Torino, IT
Video Report Italia cur. by A. Bruciati, Galleria Comunale d’arte contemporaneo di Monfalcone, Monfalcone, IT
Voyages d’Italies Magasin – Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble, Grenoble, FR
Mostra degli allievi del XVI Corso Superiore di Arti Visive della Fondazione Antonio Ratti Visiting Professor Hans Haacke cur by A. Daneri and C. Piatroiusti, Via Farini, Milan, IT
Practicing Memory in a time of an all- encompassing present cur. by M. Lucchetti, Pistoletto Foundation, Biella, IT

2009

Antipop, curated by Gigiotto Del Vecchio, Galleria Alessandro De March, Mila, IT
Transit, curated by Pelin Uran, E. Viola, A. Rispoli, ///PIST, Collateral Event of the XI
Istanbul Biennal, Istanbul, TR
Transit 2 Project The Istanbul Symphony (with Osman Bozkurt & Didem Ozbek), curated by E. Viola, A. Rispoli, Pelin Uran, Museo MADRE, Naples, IT
Altri Discorsi, a cura di Valentina Angeleri e Matteo Lucchetti, Careof DOCVA,
Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, IT
Emerging Talents, selected by Luca Cerizza, Fondazione Strozzina, Florence, IT
Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte, FSBA Poirino (Turin), IT
12×12, Pan Palazzo delle arti di Napoli, Naples, IT
Premio Cairo 09, selected by Julia Draganovic, Museo Della Permanente, Milan, IT
Emergency room, curated by Thierry Geoffroy, PAN Palazzo delle arti di Napoli, Naples, IT
Backpackers, curated by Marco Scotini e Berth Theis, Borgovico 33, Como, IT

2008

Classroom #1, curated by Salvatore Lacagnina, Museo MADRE, Naples, IT
Interno italiano, curated by Francesco Jodice, Galassia Arte, Milan, IT
Be hero become ordinary, curated by Marco Scotini, Naba, Milan, IT
The Practice of Memory, Centro Italiano di Cultura, New York, US
Interferenze, curated by Paola De Gregorio, Ex carcere borbonico, Avellino, IT

Workshop / Residencies

2009

Fondazione Spinola Banna, spring residence guest teacher Peter Friedl

2008/09

New Museum, Night School Program, Seminarium with Raqs Media Collective, New York, US

2008

ICP, Symposium, What is Real, Symposium ICP, Education Department, New York
New Museum, Night School Programm, Seminarium with Walid Raad & Jalal Toufic,
New York Classroom #1, workshop curated by Salvatore Lacagnina, Gigiotto Del Vecchio, Stefania Palumbo, with the collaboration of Francesca Boenzi, Museo MADRE, Naples, IT
Workshop, Vasif Kortun
Workshop with Carlos Garaicoa, Isolartcenter, Milan, IT
Manufatto InSitu 2008, Residence Programm, guest Artist Mario Airò, Parco dell’Arte Cancelli, Foligno (PG)

2007

Stop Motion & Puppet animation workshop, Jurgen Kling Studio, Gelnhausen, DE

GRANTS

Triangle Network / Art Council England

Movin Up

Furla Foundation for the production of “ We are making history”

Manifesta8, CPS for Manifesta 8

Madre Museum Napoli, for Transit2, collaboration with PIST and iKSV (11th Istanbul Biennal )

COMMISSION

Manifesta8 – Madre Museum – Istituto IGAV – PIST (Istanbul Biennal)

BURSAIRES

“Visual Art and Curatorial Studies” NABA, Milano, IT

Artists

Michael Dean

Born 1977, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Lives and works in London, UK

Selected Publications

2012

Dialogue, Henry Moore Institute

2011

Act of grass, Serpentine Gallery ISBN 978-1-905190-45-4

An Introduction to the Principles of Symmetrical Intimacy, Kunstverein Freiburg, ISBN 978-3-9811268-2-2

N, Hedron Edition

2010

The Array of Rain, Leeds, Henry Moore Institute (ISBN 978-1-905462-31-5)

2008

November to November, Hedron Edition

Mirrors and Mirrors, (With Francesco Pedraglio) London, FormContent (ISBN 978-0-9559029-0-1)

2006

Mountains and triangles, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Forma (ISBN 0-9548288-3-6)

2004

Untitled, Zurich, Hedron Edition

Selected Solo Exhibitions and Projects

2014

Sharing Space, with Fred Sandback, David Zwirner, London

Feature presentation with Henri Chopin, Art Basel, Basel

2013

The Introduction of Muscle, Arnolfini, Bristol 

nnnhnnh nnh nnhnnnhu nnhnhn, Pied-à-terre, San Francisco, USA, May-June

(Untitled), Mendes Wood, Sao Paolo, Brazil, August-September (upcoming)

Hah Ahahahahaha ha Hahaha, Herald Street, London, UK

2012

Thoughts, curated by Jamie Stevens Cubitt, London, UK

architecture of a mothers arms, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

Government, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK

2011

State of being in space, Kunstverein Freiburg, DE

Acts of Grass, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK (Pavilion)

Food, About Painting, ABC, Berlin, DE

Our Daily Permanence, MAK. Austrian Museum of Applied Art, Wien, A (Fruit Flowers and Clouds)

The Colour of Public, KIM? Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga, LV

Cope, Herald Street, London, UK

2010

Our Daily Permanence, Nomas Foundation, Rome, IT

The Look of Touch, Lorcan O’neil, Rome, IT

Face, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

Symmetry of Intimacy, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

The Floor is the Object, INDEPENDENT, New York, US

Tolerance, Scaramouche, New York, US

2009

Dialogue, FRAME/Frieze, under the auspices of Supportico Lopez, London, UK

Near to no attention to fears and without anything between the opposite of tears, works|projects, Bristol, UK

2008

Her body in the same place as my body, Alessandro De March, Milan, IT

You cant reflect in the distance and you dont reflect distances towards you closing, curated by Gigiotto Del Vecchio, Feurig59, Berlin, DE

2007

All the trees bend this way, Guestroom, London, UK

Selected Group Exhibitions and Projects

2014

Bard girls can fly, White Flag Projects, St. Lois, USA – Curated by Matthew Strauss

Annals of the Twenty-Ninth Century, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, UK – Curated by Gareth Bell-Jones

Mediating Landscape, Sala Murat, Bari, IT – Curated by flip Projects

“To continue. Notes towards A Sculpture Cycle”, Nomas Foundation, Rome, IT – Curated by C. Canziani and I Gianni

Manners of Matter, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, AU – Curated by Chris Sharp.

Everything is About to Happen (An ongoing archive of artists’ books), Corvi-Mora and Grengrassi, London, UK -Curated by Gregorio Magnani

2013

taktilitet, Nils Stærk, Copenhagen – Curated by Nikolaj Stobbe

A History of Inspiration, as part of Nouvelles Vagues (New Waves), Palais de Tokyo, Paris – Curated by Adnan Yildiz

Museod’Arte (MAN), Nuoro, IT

2012

Pale Ontology, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, US

A Readers of Materials and a Writer of Forms, curated by Lucy Macdonald, MOT International, Brussells, BE

From Stavanger with love, curated by Chris Sharp Galerie Opdahl, Stavanger, NO

Accidentally on purpose, Quad, Derby, UK

Soundworks, ICA, London, UK

The Language of the Flowers and the Stars, curated by Andy Holden and Fiona Parry, Cubitt, London, UK

2011

Beyond the Fragile Geometry of Sculpture, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti De Vleeshal, Middelburg, NL

No colour in your cheeks unless the wind lashes your face, curated by Timothee Challiou, IOP, UK

Tow Figures in Dense Violet Night, (with Becky Beasley) LIDO, St Leonard-on Sea, UK

Mind Games, China Art Objects, Los Angeles, US

We Will Live, We Will See, curated by Pavel S. Pyś, Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK

A Fire in the Masters House in Set, curated by Jan Hoet Chapter, Cardiff.

Hieros Glyphos, curated by Jan Hoet, Galerie Micheline Szwajcer Antwerp, BE

Friendship of the peoples, Simon Oldfield Gallery, London, UK

Bold Tendencies, London, UK

The Responsive Subject, ICA, London, UK

Young London, V22, London, UK

The Dying Artist, ICA, organised by Ed Atkins and Siôn Parkinson, London, UK

PartOfTheProcess 4, Zero, Milan, IT

Nothing Personal, Marcelle Alix, Paris, FR

2010

V. Ancient & Modern, with Andrew Lord, London, UK

The Daily Exhaustion: An Exhibition of Artist Publications, curated by Anouk Kruithof, The Future, Berlin, DE

Syndrome, curated by Francesco Pedraglio, Le Magasin, Grenoble, FR

Volume One: Prop, Events and Encounters. Theatricaility in Contemporary Sculpture , curated by Fiona Boundy, supported by the British Council, The HUB, Athens,GR

Undone: Making and Unmaking in Contemporary Sculpture, curated by Stephen Feeke and Sophie Raikes, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK

The Concrete Show, Galleria Franco Noero, Turin, IT

Chasm, curated by Oliver Martìnez Kandt, The dictionary of received ideas, London, UK

Our Blindsides, with Beckey Beasley, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London, UK

V, Ancient &amp, with Andrew Lord Modern, London, UK

Fade Into You, curated by Nicky Verber, Herald Street Gallery, London, UK

Sculpture also Dies (Les Sculture Meurent Aussi), curated by Lorenzo Benedetti, Kunsthalle Mulhouse,FR

2009

On Paper, curated by Thomas Fischer, Wendt and Friedmann Galerie, Berlin, DE

Punctuation Marks: text and language in modern British sculpture, curated by Sophie Raikes, Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds, UK

Fallen, curated by Maurice van Valen, Jan Mol, London, UK

The Young People Visiting Our Ruins See Nothing but a Style, curated by Form Content, GAM Turin, IT

A Corpes & a Textes, curated by Francesco Pedraglio, La Galerie Noisie Le Sec, Paris, FR

Sculpture Show, curated by Ruth Claxton and Gavin Wade, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK

Black Sun, curated by Thomas Fischer, Souterrain, Berlin, DE

2008

35 Books from London, Salon fur Kunstbuch, Wien, A

Rehearsal Room, FromContent, London, UK

Wednesday (Intervention Decoration), curated by Tabitha Clayson and Simon Morrissey, Foreground Projects, Frome

Italia Italie Italien Italy Wlochy, curated by G. Del Vecchio, A. Rabottini, E.L.Scipioni, A. Viliani, ARCOS Museum of Contemporary Art, Benevento, IT

The Mythology Of Everyday Matters, curated by Francesco Pedraglio, Bilton, Centre for Contemporary Art, Red Deer

Your Ramp My Slide, FormContent, London, UK

2007

Yours, curated by Francesca Boenzi, T293, Naples, IT

This is the time (and this is the record of the time), curated by Carlo Fossati, Simone Menegoi, BLANK, Turin, IT

2006

Picnic Area Dumb Interior, curated by Simon Morrissey, R O O M, Bristol, UK

The Social Ocean, Temporarycontemporary, London, UK

Selected Writing

2011

Contemporary Sculpture: Writing and Interviews, ed. J. Kelly & J. Wood. Richter Verlag. ISBN pending

The Array of Rain. Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts London. ISBN 978-1905711727

Selected early writing. The Responsive Subject, Mu.Zee. FormContent. ISBN 978-9081666527

2010

Physique. Novel. ed. A. Rowlands and M. Williams. Issue 3 (ISBN pending)

Put. Every revolution has its own method. Walk. The Mock and other superstitions. ed. F. Pedraglio. Issue 3

2009

The Veils of Axaxaxas. Anecdotes as new theory. The Mock and other superstitions. ed. F. Pedraglio. Issue 2

2008

The Machine Of The Machine Of Our Hands. Blackletter. The Mock and other superstitions. ed. F. Pedraglio. Issue 1

Notes. A Certain Realism. The Mock and other superstitions. ed. F. Pedraglio. Issue 0

Selected Readings

2012

Selected Readings, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Face. Performance as Publishing, Kunsthalle Basel – Curated by Manuela Schlumpf

2011

The Stone walls of yes and no (with Nadine Werner), Kunstverein Freiburg

The doors effect describe your reply, Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK

Selected Early Writing. The Responsive Subject, ICA, London, UK

N. A Dying Artist, ICA, London, UK

The Colour of Public, Kim? Centre for Contemporary Art. Riga, LV

Our Daily Permanence, MAK. Austrian Museum of Applied Art, Wien, A

Fruit and Vegetables. Marcelle Alix. Paris, FR

2010

Our Daily Permanence. Nomas Foundation, Rome, IT

The Floor is the Object. The Hub, Athens, GR

Your face when I look at you. (Notes) Existential Territories, FormContent/BookWorks , London, UK

The Array of Rain. LISTE, Basel, DE

Symmetry of Intimacy. Laing Art Gallery. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

V. Ancient & Modern, London, UK

The Array of Rain. Zero Budget Biennial, Rokeby, London, UK

The Array of Rain. Henry Moore Institute. Leeds, UK

The Floor is the Object. INDEPENDENT, New York, US

2009

Dialogue. FRAME/Frieze, London, UK

2008

The machine of the machine of our hands. FormContent, London, UK

Three. Alessandro De March, Milan, IT

Two. FormContent, London, UK

2007

One. Supportico Lopez, Naples, IT

Untitled. GuestRoom, London, UK

Residencies

2012    Lenikus Artist in Residence Programme, Wien, A

2011    Zabludowicz Collection, Sarvisalo, FIN

2009    Henry Moore Institute Research Fellowship, Leeds, UK

2008    Feurig 59, Berlin, DE

2007    Expositio International Residency, Exposito – Osservatorio Giovani Artisti Napoli, Naples, IT

Bibliography

2011

Mark Prince, On the resistance of objects, Art Monthly, November

What’s next? 100 years of the Contemporary Art Society, Thames and Hudson, ISBN 978-0954707132

Paul Teasdale, Focus, Frieze Magazine, Issue 143, November – December

Dietrich Roeschmann ” Nichts ist es nicht, was man sieht” Badische Zeitung, Oktober 10th

“Soon All Your Neighbours Will Be Artist” ESP1, Eastside project ISBAN 978-1-906753-30-6

Lee Triming, Art in america. Jun-July

‘Tango’, in conversation with Jason Dodge. Drawing Room Confession. Mousse Publishing. Issue 2 ISBN 978-88-96501-41-2

2010

Concerto di pietra e di corde vocali, Danilo Maestosi. Il Messaggero. December 15th

UNDONE. Making and Unmaking in Contemprary Sculpture. Henry Moore Foundation. ISBN: 978-1-905462-32-2

Volume ONE: Theatricaility in Contemporary Sculpture. IF Architects. ISBN 978-960-99562-0-8

Charlotte Bonham-Carter, “Our Blindsides”, Review, Flash Art, September-October

“Like a Whisper”, Chris Sharp, Kaleidoscope June-July

Sharp,Chris: Like a Whisper,   Kaleidoscope June-July

Fiduccia, Joanna: (Les Sculture Meurent Aussi )‘Sculptures Also Die’,  ARTFORUM, May

‘Systems’, Contemporary Art Society. ISBN 978 0 951755075.

2009

Tagliafierro, Marco: The Young People Visiting Our Ruins See Nothing but a Style, ARTFORUM (online)

Exhibition Catalogue: I Giovani Che Visitano Le Nostre Rovine Non Vi Vedono Che Uno Stile, GAM Torino ISBN978-0-9559029-2-5

Exhibition Catalogue: A Corpes & a Textes, La Galerie, p. 11

Exhibition Catalogue: THE SCULPTURE SHOW, Eastside Projects, p. 24

Glen, Colin: Review, Art Monthly p.31 April

Trigg, David: Review, Metro p.19 March 3rd

New Work EXTRA, ArtWorld p.54-55 April-May

Polsinelli, Michael: Flash Review, Flash Art p.94 March-April

Del Vecchio, Gigiotto: Emerging Artists,Frieze p. 111 January-February

Grulli, Antonio: Michael Dean, Flash Art, p.274. February-March

2008

Bria, Ginevra: Michael Dean,Exibiart, p32 December

Delux, Bertrand: Michael Dean, Zero, p.34,

Del Vecchio, Gigiotto: Focus London-Artists Dictionary, Flash Art, p.90, October

Glen, Colin: intervention/decoration, Art Monthly, p.30-31, June

Exhibition Catalogue, Morrissey, Simon: Michael Dean, intervention/decoration Foreground Projects, p6-7

Exhibition Catalogue: Michael Dean Italia Italie Italien Italy Wlochy, ARCOS: Electa,p.38-41

Pedraglio, Francesco: Calligraphic Formalism, Mousse Magazine, No13, p108-109

Viola, Eugenio: Yours, Flash Art, February, p.148

Riva, Caterina: Your Ramp My Slide, Velvet Magazine (London), January, p.14-15

2007

Mountains and triangles, Grafik Magazine, March, p.78

Website:

http://michaeldean.net/

Artists

Maria Adele Del Vecchio

Born in Caserta, IT

Lives and works in Rome, IT

Education
2005-06    Filmklasse, teacher Mark Leckey, Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main, DE

Solo Shows

2014

Tonite let’s all make love in London, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2011

Qui sembra ancora possibile, Parco del Pineto, Rome, IT. Curated by Maria Rosa Sossai

2008

No end is limited, curated by Stefania Palumbo, Galleria Enrico Fornello, Prato, IT

Selected Group Shows

2013

Die Dritte Dimension, with Natalie Häusler, Henri Chopin, Giulio Delvé, Supportico Lopez at Frutta Gallery, Rome, IT

2012

Door to Door, outdoor exhibition in the city center of Salerno, IT curated by Maura Picciau, Salerno

Premio Roma Centro Storico, Palazzo ex Monte di Pietà, Rome, IT curated by Cecilia Casorati, Roma

2011

Badtime stories, Bedtime stories, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2009

Emergency Room, curated by Thierry Geoffrey, Julia Draganovic, Francesca Boenzi, PAN, Naples, IT

2008

Sistema Binario, curated by Sasa Janich, Adriana Rispoli and Eugenio Viola, Belgrado, RS

Classroom #1, curated by Salvatore Lacagnina, Project Room Museo MADRE, Naples, IT

Sistema Binario, curated by Adriana Rispoli and Eugenio Viola, subway station Mergellina, Naples, IT

A long time ago, last night, curated by Francesca Boenzi, Galerija Kortil, Rijeka, HR

2006

Falansterio, Supportico Lopez, Naples, IT

Rundagang, Staedelschule, Frankfurt am Main, DE

2004

Tracce di un seminario, Careof, Milan, IT

2003

inCINEraciòn, Galera Sandunga, Granada, ES

Luogo/non-luogo = nuovo luogo, curated by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Angela Vettese, ex church San Francesco, Como, IT

2002

Entr’acte, curated by Gino Giannuizzi, The basement tape, Bologna, IT

Workshop / Residencies

2008

Classroom #1, workshop curated by Salvatore Lacagnina, Gigiotto Del Vecchio, Stefania

Palumbo, with the collaboration of Francesca Boenzi, Museo MADRE, Naples, IT

2003

Advanced course in Visual Art, visiting professor Richard Nonas, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, IT

Artists

Giulio Delvé

Born 1984, Naples, IT

Lives and works in between Berlin and Naples, DE, IT

Education

2009-10             Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin, DE

2006-09             Accademia di Belle Arti, Naples, IT

Solo shows

2013

Andata e ricordo. Souvenir du voyage, MART, Rovereto, June-September
Il teorema di Gauss, group show, CO2 Gallery, Rome, May-June 2013

2012

AZIONE MECCANICA, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2011

Objects in Mirror are Closer than they Appear, Unosolo Project Room, Milan, IT

Villa Del Vecchio, Gum, Carrara, IT

2010

Energia : Artisti = Premio : Pan, Pan, Naples, IT

2008

Four Rooms, curated by Gigiotto Del Vecchio and Stefania Palumbo, Project Room Museo MADRE, Naples, IT

Group shows

2013

Pugna Est Vita, Giulio Delvè & Federico Del Vecchio, Museo Apparente, Napoli, IT

2012

Voyage Voyage, curated by Albertine de Galbert, Maison de L’Amerique Latine, Paris, FR

Epipedon, curated by Ludovico Pratesi, CO2 Contemporary Art, Rome, IT

2011

Based in Berlin, curated by Angelique Campens, Fredi Fischli, Magdalena Magiera, Jakob Schillinger, Scott Cameron Weaver, Atelierhau Monbijoupark, Berlin, DE

Italiens, junge Kunst in der Botschaft, curated by Alessandra Pace e Marina Sorbello,Italian Embassy, Berlin, DE

Premio Ariane de Rothschild 2011. Alla scoperta dei giovani artisti italiani, curated by Laura Barreca e Marcello Smarrelli, Palazzo Reale, Milan, IT

Badtime stories, Bedtime stories, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2010

CONTEMPORARY ENERGY. ITALIAN ATTITUDES – Premio Terna 02 and Utopia

IGAV in Shanghai with 28 artists, Expo Shangai, CN

2009

Premio Terna 02 Exhibition, Tempio di Adriano, Rome, IT

Antipop, curated by Gigiotto Del Vecchio, Galleria Alessandro De March, Milan, IT

Nopassword, curated by Gruppo Estraneo Permanente, different places, Genoa, IT

Emergency Room, curated by Thierry Geoffroy, Pan Palazzo delle arti di Napoli, Naples, IT

Video.it, curated by Francesco Poli, Francesco Bernardelli, Mario Gorni, Paola Nicita, Cristiana Perrella, Fondazione Merz, Turin, IT

2008

Real Presence (workshop ending exhibition), curated by Dobrila Denegri e Bijana Tomic, Castello di Rivoli, Rivoli, Turin, IT

Videoart Yearbook, curated by Renato Barilli, Chiostro di Santa Cristina, Bologna
Classroom #1 (workshop ending exhibition), curated by Salvatore Lacagnina,
Project Room Museo MADRE, Naples, IT

2007

Quotidiana_07, curated by Guido Bartorelli, Teresa Iannotta, Stefania Schiavon, Padova, IT

Workshops

2008                 Workshop lead by Kim Jones, Viafarini, Milano, IT

Real Presence, workshop lead by Dobrila Denegri e Bijana Tomic, Castello di Rivoli, Rivoli,

Turin, IT

Classroom #1, workshop curated by Salvatore Lacagnina, Gigiotto Del Vecchio, Stefania Palumbo, with the collaboration of Francesca Boenzi, Museo MADRE, Naples, IT

Artists

Marius Engh

1974, Oslo, NO
Lives and works in Berlin, DE

Education
1996-2000 The National Academy of Fine Arts, Oslo, NO
1999-2000 The Royal Danish Art Academy, Copenhagen, DK
2000-2001 The National Academy of Fine Arts, Master studio, Oslo, NO
1994-1996 Strykejernet Art School, Oslo, NO

Solo exhibitions

2013
Galerie Emanuel Layr, Wien, AT, June-August

Dienstag Abend, Gdanska Galeria Miejska, Gdansk, PL, July

2012
STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO

2011
The Living Are Governed By The Dead, permanent exhibition, Unviersity of Bergen, Bergen, NO

Desperate Cases and Lost Causes, Ve.Sch, Raum und Form fur bildende Kunst, Vienna, AT

2010
Time Has Turned Into Space And There Will Be No More Time, Till I Get Out Of Here, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO

Figureheads, Supportico Lopez, Frieze Frame, Frieze Art Fair, London, UK

An Aggregation of Adversary, Layr Wustenhagen Contemporary, Vienna, AT

Marius Engh, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO

Marius Engh, Landings Art Space, Vestfossen, NO, (June)

2009
Exhume to Consume, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

Center of the World, Curator: Jonas Ekeberg, Preus Museum, Horten, NO

Toe Pincher, Snowball Editions, Oslo, NO

2008
Lycanthropic Chamber, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO

2006
All Items Must Fit In Basket, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress (with Ida Ekblad), Green Gallery, Milwaukee, US

2005
No Comply, curator: Paul Brewer, Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, State University of New York, Purchase College, New York, US

B-Sides, Projekt 0047, Berlin, DE

Cum Taedio In Infinitum (with Tarje Eikanger Gullaksen), Q, The Royal Danish Academy of Art, Copenhagen, DK

2003
Free Drinks, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, NO

1999
Notes From The Underground (with Gardar Eide Einarsson), Galleri 21:25, Oslo, NO

Group exhibitions

2013
Future Ruins, Kulturhuset Banken, Lillehammer, NO, May
On the Other Side of the Wind, Harpefoss Hotell, Harpefoss, NO, August

2012
Post-Dimension, curated by Giacoma Zaza, Torrioni Passari Center, Molfetta-Bari

Calumet, Galleria Gentilli, Madrid, ES

Als Morandi mit der Kinematographie liebäugelte, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2011
Run, Comerade, the Old World is Behind You, Kunsthall Oslo, Oslo, NO

Tillman Kaiser / Marius Engh, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna, AT

Dienstag Abend, Vesch – Raum und Form für bildende Kunst, Vienna, AT

Studio 9, curated by Eva Maria Stadler, Sammlung Lenikus, Vienna, AT

You Don*t Love Me Anymore, curated by Katja Schroeder, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, DE

Wallpaperism, curated by Nick Oberthaler, Motel Campo, Geneva, CH

2010
LISTE 10
, Supportico Lopez, Basel, CH

LISTE 10, Layr Wuestenhagen Contemporary, Basel, CH

ROMA – The Road to Contemporary Art, Supportico Lopez, Rom, ITa

ViennaFair 2010, Layr Wuestenhagen Contemporary, Vienna, AT

Stadt Einrichten – Stadt Berichten – Stadt Ausrichten, curated by Simone Zaugg and Pfelder, Weltecho, Chemnitz, DE

I Really Like The Works, But My Wife Is Still Concern. Please Keep Me Inform About New Works, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO

Statoil Art Award, Rogaland Museum of Fine Art, Stavanger, NO

Golden Parachutes, curator: David Horvitz, Berlin, DE, (March)

Like Tears in Rain, curator: Ana Luiza Teixeira de Freitas, The Palácio das Artes / Fábrica de Novos Talentos, Porto, P, (June)

2009
Statoil Art Award, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo, NO

Six Degrees of Separation, Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin, DE

Two in One, Witte de With Center of Contemporary Art and De Appel, Christie´s, Amsterdam, NL

Gjengangere, Bastard, Oslo, NO

Survival Kit, Curator: Solvita Krese,, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA), Riga, LV

2008
“Show Me, Don’t Tell Me”, Witte de With Contemporary Art Center, curators: Nicolaus Schafhausen and Florian Waldvogel, Brussels Biennial 1, Brussels, BE
“Horror Vacui”, Layr Wuestenhagen Contemporary, Vienna, AT
“We Have Never Met Before, But It´s WIith Great Anticipation of Your Understanding That I´m Writing You And I Hope You Will In Good Faith Give A Deep Consideration To My Proposal Below.” curators: Mikkel E. Astrup and Eivind Furnesvik, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO
Frieze Art Fair, STANDARD (OSLO), London, UK
“When You Carry A Hammer A Lot Of Things Look Like Naiils”, Skalitzer Strasse 64, Berlin, DE
“Figureheads”, Torpedo Bokhandel / The White Tube, Oslo, NO
Hydro Corporate Collection, Henie Onstad Art Center, Høvik, NO
“Nerhagen Skogsfestival”, Vang, NO
“Nationalmuseum”, curator: Lars Monrad Vaage, Nationalmuseum Berlin, Schönleinstr. 6, Berlin, DE
“Master of Puppets” (with Sverre Gullesen), Planka, Oslo, NO
2007
Frieze Art Fair, STANDARD (OSLO), London, UK
“Tempo Skien 2007”, Public Art Project, Skien, NO
“Robert Smithson”, curators: Lina Viste Grønli and Anders Smebye, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, NO
“Routines of Resistance”, curator: Eivind Furnesvik, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO
“Unknown Unknowns”, curator: Tarje Gullaksen, Nord-Jyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, NO
“Future Primitive”, curator: Helga Marie Nordby, UKS – Young Artists Society, Oslo, NO
“Skate Culture”, curator: Jonas Ekeberg / Gardar Eide Einarsson, Bildmuseet, Umeå, NO
“Paris Was Yesterday”, curator: Hanne Mugaas, La Vitrine, Paris, FR
“Dislocations (Don’t Try Popping Them Back Into Place)”, curated by: Chus Martinez, with Gardar Eide EInarsson and Matias Faldbakken, ARCO – Special Projects Section / STANDARD (OSLO), Madrid, ES
2006
NADA, STANDARD (OSLO), Miami, US
“Milwaukee International”, Willy Wonka Inc., Milwaukee, US
“Dice Thrown (Will Never Annul Chance)”, curator: Joao Ribas, Bellwether Gallery, New York, US
“White Stains”, STANDARD (OSLO) / Extra City, Antwerpen, BE
“Skate Culture”, curator: Jonas Ekeberg / Gardar Eide Einarsson, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, NO
“Cross My Heart And Hope To Die”, curators: Gudrun Benonysdottir, Hildigunnur Birgisdottir, Gunnar Tor Vilhjalmsson and Sigrun Edvardsdottir, Torpedo Bokhandel, Oslo, NO
“Street: Behind The Cliché”, curator: Nicolaus Schaffhausen and Renske Janssen, Witte de With Contemporary Art Center, Rotterdam, NL
“Bokaktig”, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, NO
“The Norwegian Sculpture Biennial”, curator: Cecilia Widernheim, The Vigeland Museum, Oslo, NO
“There Are Two Paths”, curator: Ida Ekblad and Hanne Mugaas Torpedo Kunstbokhandel, Oslo, NO
“Giving the People What They Want”, curator: Hanne Mugaas Glassbox, Paris, FR
“Several Ways Out”, curator: Craig Buckley, UKS Gallery, Oslo, NO
“Skate Culture”, curator: Jonas Ekeberg / Gardar Eide Einarsson, Preus Museum, Horten, NO
“50 / 50”, AK 28, Stockholm, SE
“Villa Jelmini – The Complex of Respect”, curator: Philippe Pirotte,Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, CH

2005
“Blankness Is Not A Void”, curator: Gardar Eide Einarsson, STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, NO
“Gardar Eide Einarsson / Marius Engh / Matias Faldbakken”, STANDARD (OSLO) /LISTE 05, STANDARD (OSLO), Basel, CH
2004
“Salon 100 – Works on Paper”, Heimdalsgaten 4, (temporary exhibition space), Oslo, NO
“Standard Escape Routes”, curator: Eivind Furnesvik, ISCP, New York, US
“Pilot 1 – International Art Forum”, Limehouse Town Hall, London, UK
“Rank Xerox”, curator / exhibition: Gardar E. Einarsson and Matias Faldbakken, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, NO
“10 Years After” (with Anders Smebye), Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall, Arendal, NO
“Shugacube”, Vincent Lunges Institutt, No. 9 – Visningssted for Samtidskunst, Oslo, NO
“Vækerø Sculpture Garden”, Public Art Project, Oslo, NO
“Listepop”, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, NO
LISTE 04, under the auspicy of Fotogalleriet, Basel, CH
2003
“Institiution 2″, curator: Jens Hoffmann, Oslo Kunsthall, Kiasma, Helsinki, FIN
“Rathaus”, Oslo Open, Atelier C, Rådhuset, Oslo, NO
“Merry-Go-Round”, Video program, Oslo Open, Oslo, NO
2002
Museum of Installation, London, UK
“Bjørvika 17. august”, Skur 55, Bjørvika, Subcomandante, Oslo, NO
“Brøl”, Zoo Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, DK
“I Deal Art For The Market”, Curatorial Market, curator: Tone Hansen, Cuchifritos, New York, US
2001
“UKS biennalen 2001″, Seilduksfabrikken, Oslo, NO
“Fane”, Galleri Elbowroom, Gothenburg, S
“Måske”, (with Tarje Eikanger Gullaksen) Norbergfestivalen, Norberg, NO
“Heavy Backstage”, Ballongmagasinet, NO
2000
“Postprofessionalism”, VCA, Melbourne, AUS
“Presenting the piece / Her er værket!, OTTO “, Galleri Rhizom, Århus, DK
“Cantine del Borgo II”, Underhaugsveien, Oslo, NO
Graduation Show, The National Academy of Fine Arts, Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, NO
Bergen Museum For Samtidskunst, Plakat, Bergen, NO
“Forrett, Statens kunstakademi”, Seilduksfabrikken, Oslo, NO
1999
“Weisse Zwerge und Grosse Riesen”, Galleri Neu Deli, Bauhaus Universität, Weimar, DE
“Cantine del Borgo”, Galleri 21:25, SKA, Oslo, NO
“Vibrations”, Rogaland Kunstnersenter, Stavanger, NO
1998
“Die Faster Recordings”, Quicksilver Gallery, Middelsex School of Art, London, UK
“Heavy Backstage – Live In Bergen”, Bergen Museum For Samtidskunst, Bergen, NO
“The Great Rock´n´Roll Battle (The Best Of Frode Fivel)”, Heavy Backstage, Galleri 21:25, Oslo, NO
“Heavy Backstage”, (with Daniel Jensen), Høyskolen i Bø, Telemark, NO
“Annekset”, Galleri 21:25, Oslo, NO
1997
“Heavy Backstage”, (with Daniel Jensen), Annekset, Statens kunstakademi, Oslo, NO
“Punkpartyperformance”, Galleri 21:25, Oslo, NO

Residencies
2006
OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway / Platform Garanti Residency Program Istanbul, Istanbul, TR
Milwaukee International Residency Program, Milwaukee, US
2005
The National Academy of Fine Arts, Oslo – Arcueil, Paris, FR

Other activities

Co-founder and -curator of the gallery Bastard in Oslo, NO, with Anders Smebye, 2005-2006
Curator of the public art project “Vaekeroe Sculpture Garden”, Oslo, NO, 2004

Bibliography

2010
Jonas Ekeberg, “Ingen sjel til salgs I London”, Kunstkritikk.no, May 15
Peter Amdam, “Emosjon og stillstand”, Kunstkritikk.no, February 22
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Marisa Mazria Katz, “The Wannabe Art Capital”, Monocolumn, Monocle.com, Los Angeles, February 1
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2009

Trond Olav Svendsen, “Marius Engh”, Store Norske Leksikon
Stefania Palumbo, “Devils, Werewolfs and Other Myths”, Statoil Art Award 2009, catalogue
Stefania Palumbo, “Suggest a song”, Mousse Magazine issue 18, page 106-108
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“Positions in Nordic Photography 2”, Ed. Jonas Ekeberg and Susanne Ø. Saether, “The Places Themselves”, Ingrid Book and Carina Hedén / “The Center of the World”, Marius Engh, Preus Museum, National Museum for Photography, Horten, catalogue
Line Ulekleiv, “Dagens helter”, Morgenbladet, 11. December
2008
“Brussels Biennial”, Ed. Barbara Vanderlinden, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, catalogue
Rolf Wienkötter, “Im Vollbesitz der Leere”, Horror Vacui, Spike Art Quarterly, Reviews, Winter 2008
Nina Marie Haugen Holmefjord, “Kunst, kapital og fordervelse”, Dagsavisen, 15. Nov.
Petter Snare, “Frontal Frieze”, Kunstkritikk.no, Oslo
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Geir Haraldseth, “Kunsten å kjøpe kunst”, Elle Mann, spring/summer, Oslo
Andreas Schlaegel, “Summer´s White Night”, Flash Art, March / April
Tommy Olsson, “Dear Gonzo, I know you love me”, Kunstkritikk.no, March 7
André Gali, “Er du Square?”, Kunstmagasinet, No 1
Arve Rød, “Ren Tortur”, Dagens Næringsliv, February 23
Harald Flor, “Skulptur og Bur”, Dagbladet, February 24
Ika Kaminka, “Primitive Future”, Norwegian Art Yearbook 2007, Pax Publishing, Oslo
2007
Cecilie Malm Brundtland (ed.), “Norwegian Contemporary Art Photography 1970–2007”, Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt, catalogue
Nicolaus Schafhausen / Renske Jansen (ed.) “Changing Roles”, Witte de With Contemporary Art Center, catalogue
Line Ruud Ørslien, “Refleksjoner i byrommet”, Billedkunst no. 5
Erling Mostue Bugge, “Ut med industrien – inn med kunsten”, Kunstkritikk.no, August 24
Arve Rød, “Beskjeden i Skien”, Dagens Næringsliv, August 18
Tempo Skien 2007, catalogue
“Unknown Unknowns” by Tarje Gullaksen, “Match Race” Nordjyllands kunstmuseum, catalogue
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Tommy Olsson, “I det tomme rom”, Morgenbladet, May 11
2006
Roberta Smith, “Dice Thrown (Will Never Annul Chance)”, Art in Review, The New York Times, November 3
Michael Gibbs, “Street: Behind the Cliché”, Exhibitions-Reviews, Art Monthly, November 6
Martin Herbert, “Rich Pickings”, Modern Painters, June
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Kjetil Røed, “Standard”, Norwegian Art Yearbook, p. 21-28
Anne Doran, “Dice Trown”, Time Out New York, November 2 – 8, issue 57
“Dice Thrown (Will Never Annul Chance)”,Trigger Magazine, New York, September 2006,“Shortcuts”, Rich Kids On LSD, Sleek Magazine for Art and Fashion, winter 2006/2007
“Street: Behind the cliché”, Witte de With, catalog
Tommy Olsson, “All beer must remain in gallery”, Morgenbladet No. 3
Gudrun Benonysdottir (ed.), “Cross My Heart and Hope to Die”, bookproject, Oslo and Island
Peter Amdam, Kunst, Natt & Dag, Februar
Kjetil Røed, “Konseptuelle kulisser”, Billedkunst No. 3
Marius Wang, “Skate Culture?”, Billedkunst No. 3
André Gali, “Minimale strukturer…”, Kunstkritikk.no
André Gali, “Kritisk blikk på nykonseptualisme”, Kunstkritikk.no
Norwegian Sculpture biennial 2006, catalogue
2005
Power Ekroth, “Fast Track”, ArtReview, (Bastard)
Marit Paasche, “Rykter om et annet rom”, Utsmykkingsfondet for offentlige bygg 2004, catalogue
“Monumenter og mellomrom”, Norwegian Art Yearbook 2004
Øystein Aasan, “Don´t eat stuff off the sidewalk”, Billedkunst No. 6
Peter Amdam, “Bastardforsøk”, Natt & Dag, December
“Skate Culture”, Om Fotografi, Preus Museum, catalogue
2004
Tommy Olsson, “Opptegnelser fra et kjellerdyp”, Billedkunst, No. 4
Anders Smebye and Marius Engh, “Cro-Mag”, Magazine
Anna B. Jenssen, Lars Laumann and Lena Ulven (ed.): “Nesten”, Aschehoug, Oslo
2003
Sonia Hedstrand, “Framtidens konstförmedling”, Dagens Nyheter, 6. December
Mari Grinde Arntzen, “Fotogalleriet gjenåpner I nytt rom”, Aftenposten
Tone Hansen and Marit Paasche (ed.): “Noe kommer til å skje 2003-2020″, Frotté Factory, Oslo
Jonas Ekeberg (ed.): “New Institutionalism”, Verksted #1, Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Oslo
Lars Laumann: “Dasslokket”, Lars´sommergalleri, Morgenbladet, Nr. 33, Oslo
2002
“Brøl – progressiv nutidskunst”, Zoo, Copenhagen, catalogue
Gardar Eide Einarsson and Matias Faldbakken (ed.): “UKS Forum 2/3/4, Architecture”
2001
“UKS biennalen”, catalogue
“Barokkminimalist #1″, UKS biennalen, www.barokkminimalist.no
“OTTO, Reol, Her er værket!”, catalogue
“Ballongmagasinet”, www.ballongmagasinet.com, Sound Zone, Heavy Backstage
2000
“Strangers In Paradise”, Weimar / Oslo, catalogue
1999
“Notes From The Underground”, fanzine
“Vibrasjoner – Nye feministiske trekk på 90-tallet,” catalogue

Collections
Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo, NO
Norsk Hydro, Corporate Collection, Oslo, NO
Telenor, Corporate Collection, Oslo, NO
Deka Bank, Frankfurt, DE
Preus Fotomuseum, Horten, NO
Fondazione Morra Greco, Napoli, IT
Norwegian Art Council, Oslo, NO
Private Collection, MiamiPrivate Collection, New York, US
Private Collections, Oslo, NO
Private Collection, London, UK
Private Collection, Amsterdam, NL

Grants

2010
Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond – Project Support
2009
Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond – Prosject support
Billedkunstnernes Hjelpefond – 3 year work grant
Frie Fotografers Fond – Exhibition support
2008
Norsk kulturråd, Exhibition support, Preus National Museum of Photography
OCA – Office for Contemporary Art Norway, International Support: Brussels Biennial 1, Brussels
Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfonds – 1 year work grant
2007
Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond – Project Support
OCA – Office for Contemporary Art Norway, International Support: La Vitrine, Paris
Stockholm Stads Kulturstipend: AK28, Stockholm
2006
Statens Arbeidsstipend for Fotografer, 2 year work grant
OCA Residency and travel support: Patform Garanti Istanbul Residency Programme, Istanbul
OCA International Support: Witte de With Contemporary Art Center, Rotterdam
2005
OCA International Support: Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, SUNY, New York
OCA International Support: Kunsthalle Bern, Bern
Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond – Project Support
2004
Statens Arbeidsstipend for yngre kunstnere, 2 year work grant
2003
Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfonds stipend, 1 year work grant
Norsk kulturråd, Debutantstøtte
Norsk Fotografisk Fond – Project Support
2002
OCA International Support: Museum of Installation, London, UK
Norsk Kulturråd, Material Support
2000
Thv. Erichsens Fond, Statens Kunstakademi, Oslo, NO

Artists

Jan Peter Hammer

Born in Kirchheim unter Teck, DE

Lives and works in Berlin, DE

Education

1994–98      Sculpture, KHB, Berlin, DE

2000–03      MFA-Program, Hunter College, NYC

2002–03      Film Theory, The Graduate Center, NYC

Solo shows

2013

ABC Berlin with Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

Bergen Assembly Triennial 2013, Bergen, NO

2012

Nomas Foundation, Rome, IT

The Invisible Hand, Kunstverein Arnsberg, DE

The Fable of the Bees, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2010

The Anarchist Banker, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2007

The End of Love, Centre for Opinions in Music and Art, Berlin, DE

2006

Galerie Meerrettich – Pavillon an der Volksbühne, Berlin, DE

2004

Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, USA

Group shows and film festivals:

2013

4th Athens Biennale, Athens, GR

An Opal World: Biscotti, Fernandes, Hammer and De Michele, Kunstraum, London, UK

Liquid Assets, Steirischer Herbst, Graz, AU

Liaisons dangereuses, 3-day conference as part of Liquid Assets at Steirischer Herbst, Graz, AU

It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade, RS

To have and have not, ACC Galerie Weimar, Weimar, DE

To have and have not, Halle 14, Leipzig, DE

Without Reality there is no Utopia, YBCA, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, US

It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, Pori Art Museum, Pori, FI

Selected Artists, Berliner Senat Work Scholarship-Exhibition, NGBK, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst e.V., Berlin, DE

2012

Newtopia: The State of Human Rights, Cultural Center Mechelen, BE

AND Festival, Corner House, Manchester, UK

Beutezüge, Open Space Open System – Raum für Kunst, Vienna, AUS

It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, USA

2011

The Savage Transparence, youngprojects, Los Angeles, USA

Based in Berlin, Berlin, DE

The Anarchist Banker, Kadist Foundation SF, San Francisco, USA

Indie Lisboa 8th International Independent Film Festival, Lisbon, PT

Without Reality there is no Utopia, CAAC – Centro Andaluz de Arte, ES

LOOP, Barcelona, ES

IFFR 40th International Film Festival Rotterdam, NL

Image-Movement, Centre d’Art Contemporain Geneva, CH

2010

The Art of Camo / The Art of Comouflage, Cardi Black Box, Milan, IT

Schermo dell’Arte Film Festival, Florence, IT

Dok Leipzig, 53rd International Leipzig Festival for Documentary und Animated Film, Leipzig, DE

25FPS, International Festival for Experimental Film and Video, Zagreb, HR

LISTE Art Basel 2010, CH

Kulturen des Wirtschaftens / Cultures of Economics, Kulturstiftung des Bundes in collaboration with University Munich, DE

Novel II, Limoncello, London, UK

Novel II, International Project Space, Birmingham, UK

2009

The Moving Image, Radialsystem, Berlin, DE

2006

Anonym, in the Future…, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, DE

2004

Tuesday is Gone, Karvasla, Tbilisi, GE

2003

All that was not then, Year Project, New York, USA

2001

Market Place, Oni Gallery, Boston, USA

New White Biennial 2001, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA

Bibliography:

2013              Am schönen KollwitzplatzZeitgeist Kunst gegen Gentrifizierung: Jan Peter Hammers „Gedenktafel für die Verlierer der Wiedervereinigung“, der Freitag, by Stefan Heidenreich

2012              The Boy Scout Project, Archive Books, Artist’s book

2011              Art Faces The Economy, Kaleidoscope, by Nav Haq

2010              Conversation with Thomas Locher, Mousse Magazine

2010              The Anarchist Banker, Frieze magazine, by Jörg Heiser

2010              The Anarchist Banker, Art Press, by Thibaut de Ruyter

2010              Gieb ihm die Pistole!, Taz, April Lamm and Franz von Stauffenberg

2009              Light is a kind of Rhythm, Catalogue, by Alena Williams

2007              The End of Love, Catalogue, by Ariane Beyn

2001              Notes to the Frozen Sun, Catalogue, by Cletus Dalglish-Schommer

1999              Suspensionen, Catalogue, by Sebastian Egenhofer

Filmography and performances:

Frank 2003, DV, 9min., Partition (Atlantic) 2004, synchronized slideshow, 12min.; Oblivious 2005, 16mm, colour, dolby SR, 19min.; deep 2006, DV, 7min.; Der Ausflug (The Getaway) 2007, 16mm, colour, 10min.; wachbleiben (stay awake) 2007, 16mm, colour, 8min.; Wormhole 2009, synchronized slideshow, 32min.; The Anarchist Banker

2010, HD video, 29min.; The Fable of the Bees 2012, HD video, 8min.; That Which Is Seen and That Which Is Unseen, 2012 (performance); Monarchs & Men 2012, HD video, stereo, 25min; Tilikum 2013, HD video, 25min.; The Jungle Book 2013, HD video, 15 min.

Artists

Natalie Häusler

Born 1983, Munich, DE
Lives and works in Berlin, DE

Education

2009-11
MFA, Bard College, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, New York, US

2004-11
Diploma, Braunschweig University of Art, Braunschweig, DE
Graduation with Honors and Meisterschülerin

Awards, Grants, Scholarships

2013
Cité des Artes, Paris, FR

2010/11
DAAD scholarship, MFA, Bard College, New York, US

2011
Meisterschüler Award, Stiftung Braunschweigischer Kulturbesitz (SBK), Braunschweig, DE

2010
PS122 Gallery Residency, New York, US

2009/11
Bard College MFA Scholarship, New York, US

2008
Scholarship of the Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation, Long Island/NY, US

Solo shows/ Two-person shows

2013

Impressionnisme, M1, Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung, Hohenlockstedt, DE
Case Mod, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2012

Natalie Häusler & Niels Trannois, Sunday, London, UK

2011

A situation of subtle control, Bard College, New York, US

2010

This attitude does not necessarily open them to criticism, especially when they contribute to the preservation of well-being[…] In any case, we would be guilty, Natalie Häusler and Marysia Gacek, PS122 Gallery, New York, US

Party and Party and […], Natalie Häusler and Jesse Sugarman, Season, Seattle, Washington, US °

Loss – Lust, Bard College, New York
, US

What is it like to be a bat?, HBK, Braunschweig, DE

2009

Students that struggle, critics that sing, Bard College, New York, US

Group shows

2014

Dear Green, Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, Berlin, DE

HIGH WIRE, with Jugoslav Mitevski and Timothée Huguet, Petra Rinck Galerie, Düsseldorf, DE

2013

On the golden wire [...], Marysia Gacek, Natalie Häusler, Katharina Marszewski, Nurture Art Foundation, New York, US

Care Package, Nurture Art Foundation, New York, US (upcoming, three-person)

Ma prochaine vie, Courtesy Gallery, Los Angeles, US (upcoming)

2012

La Lucidezza, Reception, Berlin, DE

For Fruits and Vegetables, Fruit Stand, Queens, New York, US

Pull the stops out, come on!, Berlin Launch of MATERIAL Issue 3 (Los Angeles), Installation by Natalie Häusler and performances by David Raymond Conroy, Stephanie Taylor and Alice Könitz, Motto, Berlin, DE

An impossible distance, Border, Mexico City, MX

A bouquet for spring, A downloadable and printable exhibition hosted at www.sendspace.com, also shown at Border, Mexico City, MX

+6|2012 Shortlist Columbus Art Award, Kunsthalle Ravensburg, Ravensburg, DE °

Als Morandi mit der Kinematographie liebäugelte, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2011

Bard MFA Show, UBS Gallery, Red Hook, New York, US

At the long table, Soi Fischer Projects (Vancouver), hosted by Butcher Gallery, Toronto, CA

Nomadische Unschärfen, Temporary Gallery Cologne, Cologne, DE

Crossing the Atlantic: 40 years of DAAD New York, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, US °

Plastische Positionen im Jetzt, Galerie Warhus Rittershaus, Cologne, DE

2009

Death by papercut, Kunstklub, Berlin, DE

Panorama, Kunschaufenster – Zentrum für junge Kultur, Wolfsburg, DE °

2008

Fünf zum Sehen, Lecture, Kunstverein Braunschweig
, DE

Magda Grubenboy trifft sich mit einigen Freunden, Jahnstraße, Braunschweig, DE °

Exotic Resistance, Schnittraum Lutz Becker, Cologne, DE

Our gift to the world, Kunstklub, Berlin
, DE

Gloria, Kur de Belles, Berlin, DE

2007

Dross, Galerie der Hochschule, Braunschweig, DE °

Beyond the line, Galerie der Hochschule, Braunschweig, DE °

° catalog

Projects, Collaborations and Publications

2013
Frieze Focus, Natalie Häusler, Frieze d/e
Bierhimmel, Natalie Häusler & Gerry Bibby, Mousse Magazine
Critic‘s Pick, Aaron Bogart, Artforum
Natalie Häusler, Case Mod , Christine Schott
Natalie Häusler and David Horvitz, Watercolors, Eberl Print: Immenstadt, DE (artist book)
Natalie Häusler, Still life, self-published (poems)

2012
Limited edition print and publication of a text with Material Press Magazine, Los Angeles, US

Natalie Häusler, Like a jellyfish within architecture, self-published (poems)

Artist books with David Horvitz, Matter out of Place, The Kitchen: New York, US and

Ed Steck, A time stream in spaces: The cultic parody of time-induced capital, West: The Hague, NL

since 2011
Co-founder of the poetry press American Books (Natalie Häusler, Brett Price, Ed Steck)

2011
100 Jahre Matisse Yo-Die Geschichte der Installation, Ruelle at Apartment Häusler&Marszewski, Natalie Häusler und Katharina Marszewski, Berlin, DE

2010/11
Artist book with Marc Handelman, Archive for a Mountain, Jank Editions: New York, US

2008
Watermill Summer Program, Watermill Center, Long Island/NY, US

2007
Co-founder of the magazine When I was 23 I decided to dedicate my life to art, Braunschweig, DE

Website:

http://npiece.com/natalie-haeusler

Artists

Franziska Lantz

Born 1975, Switzerland.
www.franziskalantz.net
www.driftshift.blogspot.com

Selected Exhibitions and Projects

2013
Live concert as part of duo collaboration DPM357X, Club Integral, Grosvenor, London, UK, June
Part of group show CACOTOPIA, Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester, UK, May-June
Artist-in-Residence at Vital Arts, London, UK, January-September
2011
Bedtime stories, Badtime stories, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE
2010
Night Falls, (HaVE A LoOk ! HAve a Look!) FormContent, London, UK
aka SAYDANCE, Crisalide festival XVII, Forli (Live Set)
DriftShift, hosted by SAYDANCE (Zero Budget Biennial) Rokeby, London, UK
DriftShift, hosted by SAYDANCE (Test Bed 1) Beaconsfield, London, UK
2009
TreeWoodTree, SAYDANCE, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE, (Live Set)
2008
Since 2008, Lantz has been producing ‘DriftShift’, a radio program of found sound and text broadcast weekly on
London radio station Resonance 104.4FM. http://www.driftshift.blogspot.com
2006
The Social Ocean, TemporaryContemporary, London, UK
2004
Justice, (Moral Plinth) Beaconsfield, London, UK

Selected Publications

2004
grüne gründe roter fisch, NIMROD Literaturverlag Switzerland, ISBN 3-907149-20-3

Artists

Christina Mackie

Born 1956, Oxford, UK

Lives and works in London, UK

Education

1975-78 Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, UK

1973-74       Vancouver School of Art, Vancouver, CA

1972, 1973   Banff Centre, Alberta, CA

Awards, Grants, Scholarships

2011              Contemporary Art Society Annual Commission with Nottingham Castle Museum

Shortlist Max Mara Prize 2012, UK

2010             Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists 2010-2013, UK

Arts Council Oxford/Melbourne  Fellowship 2010, UK

British Council Berlin Exhibition Support, UK

2006             VASL Residency, Karachi and Gadani, PK

Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts, Individual, UK

2005                         Becks Futures Prize, UK

2000                         Professor, CCA Kitakyushu, JP

1999                          London Arts Board Medium-scale Projects, UK

Arts Council England, Artists First Time Publications, UK

Production IIP, Henry Moore Foundation, Leeds, UK

1998                          British Council Travel Award, New York, US

1997                          British Council Vienna, Exhibition Support, UK

1994                          Arts Council England, Research and Development Grant, UK

Solo shows

2014

Renaissance Society, Chicago, US (forthcoming in April)

2013

The Judges III, Nottingham Castle Museum & Gallery, Nottingham, UK

2012

Painting the Weights, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK

Painting the Weights, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, DK

Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver, CA

2010

Us, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, AU

The Judges, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

The Judges, Jerwood Room, Oxford, UK

2008

Steal, In the Silent, Sonia Rosso, Turin, IT

2007

This that & the other, Herald St, London, UK

Art Now Sculpture Court, Tate Britain, London, UK (cat)

2006

How to Begin, I-Cabin, London, UK

Gadani Project, Gadani, PK

Five 06, VM Gallery, Karachi, PK

2005

I Can’t Help You, Herald St, London, UK

2003

Solo, Magnani, London, UK

2002

The Interzone, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK

2001

AC Project Room (with Katrin Asbury), New York, US

2000

Meanwhile, CCA Kitakyushu, JP (cat)

Forcing It, Magnani, London, UK

1999

AC Project Room, New York, US

IIP Intron Image Project, The Showroom, London, UK

1998

show 50, (with Mark Hosking), City Racing, London, UK

Group shows/ Exhibitions

2012

La Demeure Joyeuse II, Francesca Pia, Zurich, CH

Peer, London, UK

Ruby, curated by Eddie Peake, Gallery Vela, London, UK

2011

Fragmented Bodies, Tate Britain, London, UK

Has the film already started? Special Display, Tate Britain, Fragmented Bodies, Tate Britain, London, UK

2010

Sillabario, Nomas Foundation, Rome, IT

Molecular Etwas, Curated by Angela Bulloch, Kunstewerke, Berlin, DE

2009

The Knights Tour, De Hallen Haarlem, NL

All Art Now 1st International Video Festival, All Art Now, Damascus, SY

V22 Presents: The Sculpture Show, The Biscuit Factory, London, UK

Celebration, curated by Isabella Bortolozzi & Karl Holmqvist, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin, DE

Hi, Low and In Between, curated by Matthew Day Jackson & Simone Subal, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

2008

Busan Biennale, Korea, curated by Tom Morton

Roger Hiorns, Christina Mackie, Maaike Schoorel, Diana Stigter, Amsterdam, NL

2007

It starts From Here, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea, UK

Love Me Tender, Tate Britain, London, UK

2006

Flutter, curated by Michael Readecker, The Approach, London, UK

British Art Show 6, Baltic, Newcastle, UK (touring)

5five, VM Gallery, Karachi, PK

Open day, Vasl International Artists Workshop, Gadani, PK

2005

British Art Show 6, Baltic, Newcastle (touring), UK

5 Sculptors, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, DE

Beck’s Futures, ICA, London, UK & CCA, Glasgow, UK

Inaugural, Herald St, London, UK

2004

Real World, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK

Concert in the Egg, The Ship, London, UK

2003

Still Life, Museo de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile, UK

Black Box Recorder, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, DE

2002

There is a Light That Never goes Out, Villa Galvani, Pordenone, IT

Animations, Kunstwerke, Berlin, DE

2001

Animations, PS1, New York, US

City Racing, a Partial Account, ICA, London, UK

1999

Retrace Your Steps: Remember Tomorrow, Sir John Soane Museum, London, UK

OLDNEWTOWN, Casey Kaplan, New York, US

Sweetie – Female Identity in British video, British School at Rome, IT (touring)

1998

Common People: British Art between Phenomenon & Reality, Palazzo Re Rebaudengo, Turin, IT

How will we Behave?, Robert Prime, London, UK

Imperial College, London, UK

1997

Life/Live, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Centro Cultural de Belem, Lisbon, PT (CAT)

Landschaft and Later, Galerie Grita Insam, Vienna, AUT

1996

Something Else, Curated by Kirsty Bell, Exmouth Market, London, UK

Against, 30 years of video and film, Anthony D’Offay, London, UK

1995

“Speaking of Sofas…”, London Electronic Arts touring program curated by Gregor Muir.

1994

The Curator’s Egg, Anthony Reynolds, London, UK

Publications

2012              Christina Mackie, Kunsthall Charlottenborg, Chisenhale Gallery, DK

1000 Words, Artforum, February 2012, introduced by Nicholas Cullinan

2008             Busan Biennale, Tom Morton, Busan, SK

2005              Becks Futures, Rob Bowman, ICA, London, UK

Project for artreview, July

2004             Real World, Suzanne Cotter, Michael Archer, Modern Art Oxford, UK

2002                         The Interzone, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK

Friday Harbor, project for Frieze, March issue

2001                          The Feeling of Being Found Out, CCA, Kitakyushu, JP

1999                          Intron Image Project, Arts Council First Time Publications & The Showroom, London, UK

Bibliography

2013             Rhea Dall, A Constant Drift, Mousse Magazine, Nr. 41 December, pp. 176-183

2008             Tom Morton, Frieze, Jan-Feb, p.185

2007             David Barrett, Art Monthly, July August, p.31

2005             Sally O’Reilly, Frieze, May, cover and pp. 94-97

Louise Gray, Artreview, July, pp. 91-98

Lizzie Carey-Thomas, Untitled, summer p. 73

2004             Suzanne Cotter, Michael Archer, “Real World”, Modern Art Oxford

2002             Ann Gallagher, Still Life, British Council

Emily Pethick, Christina Mackie, Artext, no 78, Fall

Nancy Princenthal, Artist’s Book Beat, art on Paper, vol 6 no 3, Jan-Feb, 2002, pp.100.

2001-2           Animations. Cat. PS1/Moma, Kunstwerke, Berlin

2000             Simon Morrisey, Black box recorder, British Council

Pat Cadigan, Insight, Make, issue 89, pp 12-14

Mark Currah, Christina Mackie, Time Out, May 3-10, p.46

1999             Laura Moffatt, Christina Mackie, Art Monthly, no.226, May, p.46

Stuart Shave, Coded Creations, I-D April, p.114

“Common People”, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Turin

“Dreams”, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Turin

1998              Jennifer Higgie, Frieze, Issue 41, June-July. P.83

Hans Ulrich Obrist, Cream, pub, Phaidon press, p.264

1996             David Barrett, Something Else, Frieze, Issue 30, p.79-80

Life/Live. Cat. Musee D’art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, p.166-169)

Public Collections

Tate Collection, London, UK

Artists

Zin Taylor

born 1978 in Calgary, CA

Lives and works in Brussels, BE

Education

2005

MFA, University of Guelph, CA

2000

BFA, Alberta College of Art and Design, CA

Solo Exhibitions

2014

(not yet titled), L’Observatoire - Maison Gregoire, Brussels, BE

2013

The story of stripes and dots (chapter 6), Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, CA (accompanied by a monograph catalog)

Site project installed at Maison Gregoire, Brussels, BE

The Story of Stripes and Dots (Chapter 5), Fogo Island Arts, Fogo Island, CA (accompanied by a book published by Sternberg Press and Fogo Island Arts)

Letterhead, POST, Kunsthalle Charlottenborg, DK

Performance Program, Liste, Basel, CH

Solo project, Supportico Lopez, MiArt, Milan, IT

Parrot Soup, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2012

The Ceremony and The Spirit (with Roe Ethridge), La Loge, Brussels, BE

Art Statements, Art Basel, Basel, CH

The Story of Stripes and Dots (chapter 2), Jessica Bradley, Toronto, CA

The Story of Stripes and Dots (chapter 1), MuHKA, Antwerp, BE

2011

Growth,  Kiosk, Gent, BE

Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, DE

The Voids, Galerie VidalCuglietta, Brussels, BE

2010

Plants do things, Artist-book published by Bywater Bros, CA

Artist project, Hunter and Cook Magazine, Toronto, CA

Residency, Fogo Island Arts Corporation, Fogo Island, CA

The Nine Fingers of Malakoff, Pavilion Projects / Les Maison des Arts de Malakoff, Malakoff, FR

The Bakery of Blok (first arrangement), Front Room, Contemporary Art Museum St Louis, St Louis, US

2009

The Bakery of Blok and the Three Forms of Unit, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, US

The Bakery of Blok, Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto, CA

2008

The Crystal Ship, BELvue Museum, Brussels, Belgium / Etablissement d’en Face Projects, Brussels, BE

2007

The Flute of Sub, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin, DE

Put Your Eye in Your Mouth: a conversational documentary recording Martin Kippenberger’s Metro-net Station in Dawson City, Yukon – Etablissement d’en Face Projects, Brussels, BE

Who Named the Days?, Jessica Bradley Art and Projects, Toronto, CA

Put Your Eye in Your Mouth: a conversational documentary recording Martin Kippenberger’s Metro-net Station in Dawson City, Yukon, YYZ Artist-Outlet, Toronto, CA

Put Your Eye in Your Mouth: a conversational documentary recording Martin Kippenberger’s Metro-net Station in Dawson City, Yukon, Presentation House, Vancouver, CA

2005

Nub, Diaz Contemporary, Toronto, CA

The Spiders, Collaborative project with Damian Moppett, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, CA

2003

The Flower Called Nowhere, Artspace, Peterborough, CA

Group Exhibitions

2014

The Tools, Root Division, San Franciso, US

Interprète, Frac Ile-de-France / Le Plateau, Paris, FR

Dirt and Copper (Portraits), Two-person show with Lorna MacIntyre, 221a, Vancouver, CA

Thinking Things, CGP London – Dilston Grove, London, UK

Independent Art Fair, Supportico Lopez, New York, US

2013

Storytelling, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, CA

The Way of the Shovel, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, US

Salon der Angst, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, AT

IN THE HOUSE OF MR & MRS, Temporary Gallery, Cologne, DE

An Anatomical Chart of Love Pains, The Model, IE

Dawson Gold, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, CA

A Handful of Dust, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, US

2012

Stoppages, Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, US

Manufacture, Centre PasquArt, Biel, CH

2011

The Gong Show, curated by Didier Roelstraete, Micky Schubert in Berlin, DE

2010

Architectooralooral, 1857, Oslo, NO

Triumphant Carrot: The Persistence of Still Life, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, CA

2009

The Archeologists, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, DE

Dream Machines: Objects and Physical Phenomena (A Reciprocal Love Story), Beaubourg, Brussels, BE

Transformers, Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto, CA

Architecture of Survival, Komplot, Brussels, BE

2007

Ideas of North, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin, DE

18:Beckett, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, CA

2006

Habitat, Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto, CA

18:Beckett, Blackwood Gallery, Toronto, CA

Poster Project, Toronto Sculpture Garden, Toronto, CA

Du coté de Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Galerie René Blouin, Montreal, CA

2005

Arm in Arm, Collaborative project with Allison Hrabluik, Or Gallery, Vancouver, CA

Dedicated to you but you weren’t listening, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, CA

2004

What the World’s Like With The Words We Like, Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Vancouver, CA

Switch, University at Buffalo Gallery, Buffalo, NY, US

Publish or Perish, Open Space Gallery, Victoria, CA

New Toronto Artists in Adelaide, Downtown Art Space, Adelaide, AUS

2003

Soundtracks: Re-Play (Touring 2003 – 2005)
- Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, CA
- MacKenzie Gallery, Regina, CA
- Interaccess Gallery, Toronto, CA
- Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, CA

2001

Secondhand, Or Gallery, Vancouver, CA

Blue Calgary Sky, Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary, CA

Essays and publications

2013

The Ceremony and The Spirit, by Roe Ethridge and Zin Taylor, Karma, New York, US

Lichen scarf, Silk scarf edition with Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, AT

Zin Taylor, monograph catalog, published by Southern Alberta Art Gallery, CA

The Story of Stripes and Dots (The Lichen), exhibition catalog, published by Sternberg Press and Fogo Island Arts, Fogo Island, CA

Parrot Soup, essay by Zin Taylor for the exhibition at Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2007

18:Becket, essay by Seamus Keally

Put Your Eye in your Mouth: a conversational documentary recording Martin Kippenberger’s Metro-Net Station in Dawson City Yukon by Greg Elgstrand, YYZine, Spring Issue, 2007. (publication)

2005

Dedicated to you but you weren’t listening, essay by Reid Shier.

2003

Soundtracks: Re-Play, essay by Barbara Fischer. (Publication forthcoming)

Flower Called Nowhere, essay by Damian Moppett. (Publication)

Screenings

2008

Put Your Eye in Your Mouth: a conversational documentary recording Martin Kippenberger’s Metro-net Station in Dawson City, Yukon, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, ON.
Screening as part of Am I Repeating Yourself? Affectionate Homages and Hostile Takeovers, Part 1, June 25.

Put Your Eye in Your Mouth: a conversational documentary recording Martin Kippenberger’s Metro-net Station in Dawson City, Yukon, Pavilion Projects, Montreal, PQ, June 28. Screening, talk, and poster launch.

Press

2013

Frieze Magazine, Review of Zin Taylor at Supportico Lopez by Frances Loeffler, June 2013

Contemporary Art Daily, Zin Taylor at Supportico Lopez, April 2013

Akimblog.com, Zin Taylor at Supportico Lopez in Berlin by Rodney Latourelle, March 2013

Blouin Artinfo, SoCal’s “A Handful of Dust” Features Zin Taylor’s Contemporary Mystique by Yasmine Mohseni, February 2013

2009

Border Crossings, How Zin Taylor Fits The Practice of Contemporary Sculpture by EC Woodley, Issue 112, Winter 2009

C magazine, Zin Taylor at Jessica Bradley Art + Pojects by Dan Adler, Issue 103, Autumn 2009

Flash Art, 100 Emerging Artists, October, 2009

Artfagcity.com, Zin Taylor’s The Bakery of Blok at Miguel Abreu Gallery by Karen Archey, August, 2009

Artforum.com, Critic’s Pick, The Bakery of Blok and the Three Forms of Unit by Michael Paulson, July, 2009

Time Out New York, Zin Taylor, “The Bakery of Blok and the Three Forms of Unit” by Nana Asfour, Issue 721 : Jul 23–29, 2009

2007

Artforum, Idea of North by Jennifer Allen, April, 2007

Artforum.com, Critic’s Pick, Who Named the Days? By Dan Adler, March, 2007

C Magazine, Idea of North by Doreen Mende, Summer 2007

2005

Puerto Rico Herald, Exploring Collaboration by Sarah Milroy, April 5, 2005.

National Post, Art that entertains. Now there’s a concept by RM Vaughn, Pg. 8 – 9, April 9, 2005.

The Globe and Mail, Exploring Collaboration by Sarah Milroy, Pg. R3, April 5, 2005

2004

The Globe and Mail, Talk of the Town by Tralee Pearce, Pg. M6, May 8, 2004.

db Magazine #322, Various Canadian Artist review by James Strickland, Jan 28 – Feb 10, 2004.

Now Regarding Music, CBC Radio 3.com, January 16 – 22, 2004.

2003

Eye Magazine, We Got Art by David Balzer, January 25, 2003.

Eye Magazine, The Art of Noise by Denise Benson, October 30, 2003.

Jack Magazine, The Flower Called Nowhere, August 2003.

Broken Pencil Magazine #22, PHTCPY #2 review by Janis Demkiw, Pg. 93 – 94, 2003.

Edmonton Journal, Soundtracks: Various artists by Gilbert A. Bouchard, Pg. 8, July 5th, 2003.

Professionals

2012

Artist Panel, Centre PasquArt, Biel, CH

2011

Artist Talk, Witte de With, Rotterdam, NL

Artist Talk, KIOSK, Gent, BE

Artist Talk, The Model, Sligo, IR

2010 Artist talk, Apent Forum, Oslo Art Academy, NO

2009

Programming Board, Etablissement d’en face projects, Brussels, BE

Artist Talk, Hogeschool Sint-Lukas, Brussel, BE

2008

Artist talk, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, CA

Instructor, Collage, Summer Semester, University of Toronto, Toronto, CA

Visiting Lecturer, University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

2007

Visiting Lecturer, University of Toronto, Toronto, CA

Scottish Sculpture Workshop Residency, Lumsden, UK

Instructor, Extended Media 1, Winter Semester, University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

Panel Discussion, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, CA

Visiting Lecturer, History of Photographic Media – University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

2006

Instructor, Special topics in Sculpture, Fall Semester, University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

Instructor, Extended Media 1, Fall Semester, University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

2005

Visiting Lecturer, Special Topics in Sculpture, University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

Media Convergences Instructor, Winter Semester, University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

Panel Discussion, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, CA

Artist Talk, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, CA

Speakerlab Workshop, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, CA

2004

Media Convergences Instructor, Fall Semester, University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

Visiting Lecturer, Dundas Valley School of Art, Dundas Valley, CA

Technician for Media Convergences – Winter Semester – University of Guelph, Guelph, CA

2003

Speakerlab Workshop, Catch da Flave Community Radio Station, Regent Park, Toronto, CA

Speakerlab Workshop, Interaccess Artist-run Centre, Toronto, CA

Technician for Media Convergences, Fall Semester, University of Guelph, CA

Artist Talk, Artspace, Peterborough, CA

Artist Talk, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, CA

Speakerlab Workshop, Art Metropole, Toronto, CA

Awards, Grants, Scholarships

2011

Canada Council Artist Travel Grant, CA

2009

Canada Council Artist Grant, CA

2008

Canada Council Artist Travel Grant, CA

2007

OAC Exhibition Assistance Grant, CA

Canada Council Artist Travel Grant, CA

2006

TAC Emerging Artist Grant, CA

2005

OAC Exhibition Assistance Grant, CA

2003

Steamwhistle Contemporary Art Award, Best Group Show, CA

2001

Canada Council Artist Travel Grant 2001, CA

2000

Stanford Perrot Innovative Project Grant, CA

Website

http://www.zintaylor.com

Artists

Niels Trannois

Born 1976, FR

Lives and works in Berlin, DE

Solo shows

2013

B (hands in a Chinese cookie jar), Galerie Valentin, Paris, FR

S (oú s’insinue une impression sourde), Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2012

Above sea level kind of things, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris, FR

Below sea level kind of things, Unosolo project space, Milano, IT

2010

Alternative vesperal seashore., Samsa, Berlin, DE

Les stances à arc-Fins a.c., Chert gallery, Berlin, DE

2009

L’inqiétude du voile dans le temple, VonDoering, Schwäbisch Hall, DE

2004

Lux Natura, Gabrielle Vitte, Marato, Corsica, FR

Group shows

2013

Sir Thomas Trope, Villa du Parc – Centre d’Art Contemporain, Annemasse, FR

2012

Als Morandi mit der Kinematographie liebäugelte, Supportico Lopez, Berlin Antidote, la Galerie des Galeries, Paris, FR

2011

Antidote 7, la Galerie des Galeries, Paris, FR

Be nice to me, gallery Nordenhake, Berlin, DE

Pour vous, les trois saisons, Kunstverein Langenhagen, Germany, DE

together with Shannon Bool and Alex Müller
de la neige en été, le confort moderne, Poitiers, FR

What you see is not what it is: views on politics and poetics, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris , FR

2010

Jewelry, Samsa, Berlin,DE

Redefining center, artlight domaquaree, Berlin, DE (together with Shannon Bool, Ryan McLaughlin, Alex Müller, Xavier Mazzarol)

Antidote 6, la Galerie des Galeries, Paris, FR

Time’s arrow, Gallery Nordenhake, Stockholm, SE

the show, forgotten bar, Berlin, DE

Ins Blickfeld gerückt, curated By Francisca Würz and Gaëlle Boucand, Institut français, Berlin, DE

BBQ d’hiver, Galerie J, Lausanne, CH

2009

1 69 A2, curated by Eric Stephany & Xavier Mazzarol, Paris, FR

Birds love fish, Chert gallery, Berlin, DE

Opera Rock, Jean-luc Blanc curated by Alexis Vaillant, CAPC, Bordeaux, FR

Im Kleinen Wald von Meudon, curated by Xavier Mazzarol, Berlin, DE

Diesseits der Alpen: Hunger, Jenseits der Alpen: Durst, Berlin, DE

2008

Lo sfumato, curated by Aurélien Mole, ERSU, Sassari, Sardaigna, IT

l’arriére-salle de notre esprit, Showroom Berlin, Berlin, DE

Still loving you, Galerie de la Marine, Nice, FR

Visions Nocturnes, La Galerie, Noisy-le-sec, FR

2007

Null Bock, Schickeria & Berliner Poster Verlag, Glaskasten, Berlin, DE

Faces, Showroom Berlin, Berlin
Niveau Alarm, Kunstraum Innsbruck, AT

Nacht der süßen Bienen, Glaskasten, schickeria, Berlin, DE

Our affects fly out of the field of human reality, Galerie Sandra Bürgel, Berlin, DE

2006

Art France Berlin, organized by l’Ambassade de France et l’AFAA, Berlin, DE

Flatefiles, Pierogi, Liepzig, DE

Boundless, Stenersenmusee, Oslo, NO

2004

Jean-Luc Verna / Raymond Pettibon, invitation de Jean Luc Verna, BFAS Blondeau Fine Art Services, Genéve, CH

Projects, Collaborations and Publications

2013                 Drawings, artist catalogue, MER, Paper Kunsthalle, Ghent BE, (forthcoming)

Takashi Ni, Alexis Vaillant interview with Niels Trannois, CURA magazine n°14

2007                 riviera, Le Purple Journal n°12

2006                 Ziggy Zowie’s fanzine, issue 0
Evenement E 1027, Le Purple Journal n°9, avec Sophie Bueno Boutellier et Jean-Michel Wicker

2005                 Le loup Alpha, phono/phono, published in Pacemaker n°7

2003                 Le travail de l’Espace, Revue JAVA N° 24

Artists

Armando Andrade Tudela

Armando Andrade Tudela

1975, Lima, PE

Lives and works in Berlin, DE

Education

Jan Van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht, NL

The Royal College of Art, London, UK

Pontifícia Universidad Católica, Lima, PE

Solo Exhibitions

2013

Le Grand Cafe in St Nazaire, St Nazaire, FR (forthcoming in October)

Gold Coast Costumes, Carl Freedman Gallery, London, UK (forthcoming in June)

Sombras del Progreso, Galeria Elba Benitez, Madrid, ES

2012

Armando Andrade Tudela, DAAD Gallery, Berlin, DE

Liquidación, Museo de Arte de Lima, Lima, PE

Armando Andrade Tudela, Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo, BR

2011

Alto, Sorta, Sopra, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

2010

Salle de Répétition Part 2, Carl Freedman Gallery, London, UK

Salle de Répétition Part 1, Carl Freedman Gallery, London, UK

Ahir, demà, Museu d’ Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, ES

Hier, Aujourd’hui, Demain, Aujourd’hui, Demain, Hier, Demain, Hier, Aujourd’hui, FRAC Bourgogne, FR, 2010 / DAAD, Berlin, DE, June 2009 / Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK, February 2009

2008

Gamblers Die Broke, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, DE, February and Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, CH

2007

Les Signaux de L’Ame, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

2006

Inka Snow, Carl Freedman Gallery (formerly Counter Gallery), London, UK

2004

Camión, Carl Freedman Gallery (formerly Counter Gallery), London, UK

2003

Armando Andrade Tudela, The Bakery at Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013

Fellbach Triennale, Fellbach, DE

Constellations, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

2012

Oltre il muro/Beyond The Wall’, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Castello di Rivoli, Turin, IT

ABC: Art Berlin Contemporary, Berlin, DE

Performances da Abstração, Galeria Luciana Brito, São Paulo, BR

En Obras. Coleção Teixeira de Freitas, TEA – Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, Santa Cruz de Tenerife , ES

The Persistence of Geometry: Works from la Caixa Foundation and MACBA collections, CaixaForum, Madrid, ES

2011

Distant Star/Estrella Distante, Regen Projects, Los Angeles and Kurimanzutto, MEX

Public Abstraction, Private Construction, Kunstverein Arnsberg, DE

Transmitter/Receiver: The Persistance of Collage, Arts Council Collection touring exhibition beginning at MIMA, Middlesbrough, UK

Cut & Mix: Contemporary Art from Peru and Chile, ifa Gallery, Stuttgart, DE

FRAC Piemonte collection exhibition, Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella, IT

Drawing 2011, The Drawing Room, London, UK

21st Century: Art in the First Decade, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, AUS

2010

The Mirage of History, Kaleidoscope, Milan, IT

Love of Diagrams, PICA, Perth, AUS

Le Dernier Roman Du Monde, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chipas, Yucatan and Elsewhere…, Centro Cultural de Espana, Guatemala

Rethinking Location, Spruth Magers, Berlin, DE

Does the Angle Between Two Walls Have a Happy Ending?, curated by Ishmael Randall Weeks, Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome, IT

Rehabilitation, Wiels, Brussels, BE

2009

Panorama da Arte Brasileira, Museu de Arte Moderno, Sao Paulo, BR

Warsaw Under Construction, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, PL

Modernologies, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, ES, September 2009 and Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, PL, February 2010

Time as Matter: New Acquistions, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, ES

Yellow and Green, MMK, Frankfurt, DE

Second Hand, curated by Jasper Sharp, Engholm Englehorn Gallery, Vienna, AT

2008

Armando Andrade Tudela, two-person show with Florian Pumshol, Krobath Wimmer Galerie, Vienna, AT

() Neutre Intense, La Maison Populaire, Paris, FR and Carl Freedman Gallery

2007

Brave New Worlds, Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis(Touring), US

Lyon Biennial, Lyon, FR

Curación Geométrica, The Reliance, London, UK

2006

Shanghai Biennial – selected by Jonathan Watkins, CN

Sao Paulo Biennial – selected by Adriano Pedrosa, BR

2005

Torino Trienniale, T1, selected by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev & Francesco Bonami, Various venues, Torino, IT

Tropical Abstraction, Stadelijk Museum, Bureau, Amsterdam, US, curated by Roos Gortzak

Farsites, inSITE 05, curated by Adriano Pedrosa, Tijuana / San Diego Museum of Art

2004

Rheinschau Projects, Cologne, DE

PR04, Puerto Rico Biennale, Rincón, Puerto Rico

The Concert In The Egg, The Ship, London, UK

To Be Political It Has To Look Nice, Apex Art, New York, US

2003

Retriever, Pearl Projects, London, UK

The Progressive Future, Platform Gallery, London, UK

The Protective Clothing Company, Knox Gallery, London, UK

El Paso, Casa Cultura Mario Quintana, Porto Alegre

2002

Interim Show, Royal College of Art, London, UK

Diversion, 291 Gallery, London, UK

2001

X Concurso Patronato de la Telefónica, Sala Fundación Telefónica del Perú, Lima, Peru

XI Concurso Pasaporte Para Un Artista, Sala Centro Cultural Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, Peru

2000

Proyecto Terreno De Experiencia 1, Sala Luis Miro Quesada Garland, Lima, Peru

1999

El Ultimo Lustro, Sala Luis Miro Quesada Garland, Lima, Peru

Irrealidad, Centro Cultural Ricardo Palma, Lima, Peru

1998

Viaje a la Luna, Centro Cultural Español, Lima, Peru

Projects, Collaborations and Publications

2013

Armando Andrade Tudela, Sombras del Progreso, Galeria Elba Benitez, Madrid, exhibition review by Javier Hontoria, Artforum, Summer edition

Selected Works – 2003-2012, Armando Andrade Tudela, Texts by Peio Aguirre, Yann Chateigné Tytelman, Max Hernández-Calvo, Chus Martínez, Armando Andrade Tudela, Les presses du reel: Dijon, FR

2010

Rencontres à Trésors, interview by Francesco Manacorda, Kaleidoscope magazine, Feb 2010, pp.120-125

Vertical Integration, words by John Slyce, Kaleidoscope magazine, Feb 2010, pp. 130-133

2009

Efectiviwonder, Ikon Gallery, Berliner Künstler Program/ DAAD, DE

2007

Armando Andrade Tudela, Nine Images of the Glass House and one Portrait, Annet Gelink Gallery, DE

2004

Camion, Köln/London, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, DE

Public Collections

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, ES
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, FR
Arts Council Collection, London, UK
Museo de Arte de Lima, Lima, PE
Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, DE
Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, ES
Museum of Modern Art, New York, US
Tate, London, UK
Queensland Art Gallery Collection, Brisbane, OZ

Artists

J. Parker Valentine

J. Parker Valentine

Born 1980, Austin, Texas, US

Lives and works in New York City, US

Education

2007

MFA, San Francisco Art Institute, New Genres

2002

BFA with Honors, University of Texas at Austin, School of Art and Art History

Solo Exhibitions

2014

J. Parker Valentine, Misako and Rosen, Tokyo, JP

Topo, Langen Foundation, Neuss, DE

2013

Frieze Frame, New York, with Supportico Lopez, New York, US

Failure Envelope, Artpace International Artist in Residency Program, curated by Suzanne Cotter, San Antonio, Texas, US

2012

Who Made Who, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

Who Made Who, Galerie Max Mayer, Dusseldorf, DE

2010

Cut-Outs-Inter-Sections, Peep-Hole, Milan, IT

The Perfect Landscape, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, DE

J. Parker Valentine, Lisa Cooley, New York, US

J. Parker Valentine, Taka Ishii Gallery, Kyoto, JP

2008

J. Parker Valentine, Lisa Cooley, New York, US

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013

BRACCIA, collaboration with Alessandro Biggio, Museo Marino Marini, Florence, IT

Imprisoned, Jailbreak, XYZ, Tokyo, JP

Sister Sarah’s Theme, Prism, Los Angeles, US

BRACCIA, collaboration with Alessandro Biggio, MAN, Nuoro, Sardinia, IT

SPUT, The Gardens, Vilnius, LT

2012

Today, Lisa Cooley, New York, US

Evidence of Houdiniʼs Return, Arthouse at the Jones Center, Austin, Texas, US

2011

Nobuyoshi Araki, Cerith Wyn Evans, Nobuya Hoki, Sterling Ruby, J. Parker Valentine, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, JP

Alice Channer, Jamie Isenstein, J. Parker Valentine, Lisa Cooley, New York, US

New Art in Austin: Fifteen to Watch, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas, US

Organic Relationships, The Center for Cosmic Wonder, Osaka, JP

Organic Relationships, Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, JP

2010

Organic Relationships, The Center for Cosmic Wonder, Tokyo, JP

36 Dramatic Situations, Louis V E.S.P., Brooklyn, New York, US

Substance Abuse, curated by Colin Huerter, Leo Koenig Inc., New York, US

2009

Christopher Orr & J. Parker Valentine & Rezi van Lankveld, Front Room, Contemporary Arts Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, US

If the Dogs are Barking, Artists Space, New York, US

Retractions, Root Division, San Francisco, California, US

2008

Creswell Crags, Lisa Cooley, New York, US

Bibliography

2014

Valentine, Jessica. Fiction. Sternberg Press.

Biggio, Alessandro. Braccia. Mousse publishing.

2013

Ambrosio, Daniela, Review for Braccia, Flash Art Italia, n.312, October 2013

Work in Progress, V magasine, Issue #60, June 2013

Cashdan, Marina, Vitamin D2, Phaidon Books, May 2013

Special Project, Zing Magazine #23, May 2013

Bailey, Stephanie,  Review for Who Made Who, Modern Painters, March 2013

2012

“Who made Who” cura.magazine, 11 December

Harper, James, ”Art: Understand J. Parker Valentineʼs Narrative at Supportico Lopez”, INDI Berlin, 28 November

Yeoh, Peter, “Who Made Who”, Glassmagazine.co.uk, 16 November

2011

Dikeou, Devon. “Interview: J. Parker Valentine.” Zingmagazine, August.

“Alice Channer / Jamie Isenstein / J . Parker Valentine” The New Yorker. 2 May.

Rosenberg, Karen. “Rising and Regrouping on Lower East Side” The New York Times, 21 April.

Meneghel, Barbara. “J. Parker Valentine. Cut-Outs-Inter-Sections,” Flash Art Italia n. 291 March.

Bonansinga, Kamps, & Mellard. New Art in Austin: 15 to Watch. Exhibition Catalogue

2010

Fitzgerald, Ali. “J. Parker Valentine,” …might be good, Issue 159.

Fried, Laura. “Nice to Meet You: J. Parker Valentine,” Mousse Magazine: Issue 26.

Moriguchi, Madoka. “Presentation of the Abstract Image: Universal Reasoning of ‘The Self’,” The Kyoto Shimbun News, 15 July.

Kleinberg, Joanna. “On J. Parker Valentine at Lisa Cooley,” The Drawing Center Bottom Line, 8 April.

“Critics Pick: Sculpture: J. Parker Valentine,” TimeOut New York, April.

2009

Baran, Jessica, “Featured Review: Christopher Orr & J. Parker Valentine & Rezi van Lankveld” Riverfront Times, 9 June.

Younger than Jesus: The Artist Directory, co-published by the New Museum and Phaidon.

2008

Smith, Roberta. “Creswell Crags” The New York Times, September 27, 2008.

Maxwell, P. “Emerging Artist: J. Parker Valentine,” Phillips Art Expert, July 17.