Artists: Matt Ager, Jonathan Baldock, Becky Beasley, Neil Haas, May Hands, Thomas Hutton, Michael Iveson, Lauren Keeley, Lawrence Lek, Ben Sansbury, Marco Strappato, Amy & Oliver Thomas-Irvine, Felix Jung & Marc Einsiedel, We are visual Exhibition title: Maybe your lens is scratched? Curated by: Bianca Baroni and Alex Meurice Venue: Slate Projects, London, UK Date: June 24 – July 24, 2016 Photography: all images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Slate Projects ‘Maybe your lens is scratched?’ hinges on a relationship between space and image disrupted by economic and political changes (rising inequality, international capital, privatization of space, shell corporations). Architectural space, as it is experienced and circulated, is flattened […]
Artists: Bas Jan Ader, Tom Allen, Polly Apfelbaum, Becky Beasley, Juliette Blightman, Vern Blosum, Joe Brainard, Mathew Cerletty, Leidy Churchman, Holly Coulis, Ann Craven, Sam Falls, Saul Fletcher, Jane Freilicher, Daan Van Golden, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Camille Henrot, Paul Heyer, Alex Katz, Allison Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Caitlin Keogh, Kapwani Kiwanga, Robert Kushner, Jochen Lempert, Maria Loboda, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jenine Marsh, Ryan Mrozowski, Aliza Nisenbaum, D’ette Nogle, Andy Robert, Mark A. Rodriguez, Daniel Rios Rodriguez, Willem De Rooij, Melanie Smith, Dylan Spaysky, Kunié Sugiura, Walter Sutin, Kyle Thurman, Wolfgang Tillmans, Andy Warhol, James Welling, Tom Wesselmann, Hannah Wilke, Amy Yao, Nathan Zeidman Exhibition title: A CHANGE OF HEART Curated by: Chris Sharp […]
Artists: David Adamo, Vito Acconci, Makoto Aida, Harold Ancart, Archigram, Richard Artschwager, Jānis Avotiņš, YRBRB, Jean -Michel Basquiat, Becky Beasley, Răzvan Boar, Alighiero Boetti, Pablo Bronstein, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Rafal Bujnowski, Olivier Castel, Ross Chisholm, Paolo Colombo, George Condo, Cyprien Gaillard, Louise Despont, Hreinn Fridfinnsson, Robert Gober, Sayre Gomez, Rachel Harrison, Flora Hauser, Alexander Heim, Gregor Hildebrandt, Roger Hilton, William Hunt, Justin Jaeckle, Ray Johnson, Him Lo, Niall Macdonald, Sara MacKillop, Aida Makoto, Rodrigo Matheus, Jack McConville, Amir Mogharabi, Boris Mrkonjic, Carsten Nicolai, Ben Wolf Noam, Christopher Orr, Raymond Pettibon, Jack Pierson, Olivia Plender, Sigmar Polke, William Pope.L, Fairfield Porter, Michael Portnoy, Josef Karl RŠdler, Mandla Reuter, Olivier Richon, Christian […]
Artists: Becky Beasley, Paul Caffell, Attila Csörgő, Michael Dean, Liz Deschenes, Raphael Hefti, Corin Hewitt, Ode de Kort, Laura Lamiel, Oliver Laric, Marie Lund, Justin Matherly, Fabio Sandri, Luca Trevisani, Viola Yeşiltaç, and a selection of early publications on the work of Medardo Rosso Exhibition title: The Camera’s Blind Spot II Curated by: Simone Menegoi Venue: Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp, Belgium Date: March 28 – July 19, 2015 Photography: © We Document Art and © Fabio Sandri, images courtesy of the artists and Extra City Kunsthal ‘The Camera’s Blind Spot II’ focuses on the relationship between sculpture and photography today. As the title suggests, it follows up on an exhibition with the […]
The Registry of Promise is a series of exhibitions that reflect on our increasingly fraught relationship with what the future may or may not hold in store for us. These exhibitions engage with and play upon various readings of promise as simultaneously anticipating a future and its fulfillment or lack thereof, as well as a kind of inevitability, either positive or negative. Such polyvalence assumes a particular poignancy in the current historical moment. Given that the technological and scientific notions of progress inaugurated by the Enlightenment no longer have the same purchase they once did, we have long since abandoned the linear vision of the future the Enlightenment once betokened. Meanwhile, what is coming to substitute our former conception would hardly seem to be a substitute at all: the looming specter of global ecological catastrophe. From the anthropocentric promise of modernity, it would seem, we have turned to a negative faith in the post-human. And yet the future is not necessarily a closed book. Far from fatalistic, The Registry of Promise takes into consideration these varying modalities of the future while trying to conceive of possible others. In doing so, it seeks to valorize the potential polyvalence and mutability at the heart of the word promise.
Taking place over the course of approximately one year, The Registry of Promise consists of four autonomous, interrelated exhibitions, which can be read as individual chapters in a book. It was inaugurated by The Promise of Melancholy and Ecology at the Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, followed by The Promise of Multiple Temporalities at Parc Saint Léger, Centre d’art contemporain, Pougues-Les-Eaux and The Promise of Moving Things at Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry – le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine, and will conclude with The Promise of Literature, Soothsaying and Speaking in Tongues at De Kabinetten van De Vleeshal, Middelburg.
Artists: Becky Beasley, Nina Beier, Judith Bernstein, Juliette Blightman, Kerstin Cmelka, Jason Dodge, Manuel Graf, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Camille Henrot, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, Yngve Holen, Karl Holmqvist, Lisa Holzer, Dorothy Iannone, Sture Johannesson, Ferdinand Ahm Krag, Karl Larsson, Maria Loboda, Michaela Meise, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Josephine Pryde, Tobias Rehberger, Nina Rhode, Roman Schramm, Emily Sundblad, Hayley Tompkins, Anicka Yi Exhibition title: @ the shrink Curated by: Simon Dybbroe Møller Venue: Shanaynay, Paris, France Date: October 24 – November 24, 2014 Photography: Courtesy of Shanaynay As I told my shrink the other day I only ever share my issues with my friends after discussing them with him. “As I told […]