Exhibition title: Figure Ascending a Return
Venue: Martos Gallery, New York, US
Date: August 17 – September 9, 2017
Photography: images copyright and courtesy of the artist and Martos Gallery, New York
Artist: Kelly Akashi, Jagoda Bednarsky, Buck Ellison, Elif Erkan, Sayre Gomez, Marcel Hiller, Tilman Hornig, Magarete Jakschik, JPW3, Becky Kolsrud, Troy Kreiner, Felix Kultau, Friedrich Kunath, Brett Lund, Katharina Marszewski, Nicolas Pelzer, Claus Richter, Maarten Van Roy, Laura Schawelka, Jan-Ole Schiemann, Paul Pascal Theriault, Daniel Wind, Rosha Yaghmai
Exhibition title: L. A. should die vor Glück
Venue: justmarried, Los Angeles, US
Date: January 28 – 29, 2016
Photography: all images copyright and courtesy of the artists and justmarried
Featured Artists: Agustín Fernández, Allison Katz, Becky Suss, Borna Sammak, Bruce M. Sherman, Charline Von Heyl, Corazón del Sol, DIS, Donna Huanca, Eugenia P. Butler, Gerry Bibby, Greg Parma Smith, Hardy Hill, Joanna Malinowska, JPW3, Julien Nguyen, Kader Attia, Karl Holmqvist, Liz Glynn, Lucas Arruda, Morag Keil, Olga Balema, Pablo Bronstein, Paulo Monteiro, Paulo Nimer Pjota, Sebastian Black, Than Hussein Clark, Tom Holmes, Viktor Jopp, Yngve Holen
Venue: Independent New York, New York, US
Featured Exhibitors: Mitchell Algus, The Approach, Adams and Ollman, JTT, White Columns, Nagel Draxler, The Box, Project Native Informant, Peres Projects, Silberkuppe, David Lewis, Neue Alte Brücke, Canada, Martos, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, Paula Cooper, Mendes Wood DM, Project Native Informant, Hannah Hoffman, Herald St, Maureen Paley, C L E A R I N G, VI VII, Bureau, Modern Art
Date: March 3 – 6, 2016
Photography: images courtesy of the artists, galleries and Independent New York
Artist: Davida Nemeroff and JPW3 Exhibition title: Fry Guy Venue: COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada Date: September 25 – October 31, 2015 Photography: images copyright and courtesy of the artist and COOPER COLE, Toronto COOPER COLE is pleased to present Fry Guy, a two-person exhibition with Davida Nemeroff and JPW3. Fry Guy? Tell me what you see? Fry Guy, Tell me what you see? With one eye I can see through miles that matter is a particle dissolution, a handful of frequencies off-gassing to violet as the sun turns down. With the other I see motion as degeneration: stop time/slow time/ speed it up. Meanwhile the bees are making use of friction […]
Artists: Martin Soto Climent, Anne-Lise Coste, Ryan Foerster, Jesse Harris, Jeremy Jansen, Jenine Marsh, Marlie Mul, John Riepenhoff, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Brie Ruais, Gee Vaucher, JPW3 Exhibition title: Road to Ruin Venue: COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada Date: June 10 – July 18, 2015 Photography: images courtesy of the artists and COOPER COLE, Toronto JPW3, Hot Pot Charmer (Flamingo), 2014 Jeremy Jansen, Charm Bracelet, 2013 – 2015 Brie Ruais, Corner Push (White), 131 lbs, 2014 Ryan Foerster, Failed Laminating Photos, Fuck Holes, 2012 – 2014 Anne Lise Coste, The Eye, 2013 Marlie Mul, Air Vent/Butt Stop (Mainstream/Sidestream), 2015 John Riepenhoff, Handler, 2015 Jesse Harris, Evergreen, 2015 Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Window Piece, 2011 Jenine […]
Dates: 5-8 February, 2015
Venue: Auditorio Blackberry, Mexico City
The second edition of Mexico City’s Material Art Fair presented a selective group of 40 galleries and artist-run project spaces — from 10 countries and over 20 cities — chosen by the fair’s 2015 selection committee, which was comprised of John Riepenhoff, artist and co-owner of Green Gallery, Milwaukee; Beatriz López, Co-Director of Instituto de Visión, Bogota; Chris Sharp, curator and co-founder of Lulu, Mexico City; and Gerardo Contreras, curator and director of Preteen Gallery.
The fair’s 2015 public program featured an engaging series of daily conversations organized by the New York City-based online publication, Triple Canopy, under the title “How Far is Near.” These included, “In Search of a Model for Life” with Felipe Ehrenberg, Waysatta Fernández, Juan Caloca, and Sofia Olascoaga; “Universal Methods of Design” with Maru Calva, José León Cerrillo, and Prem Krishnamurthy; and “How to Demand the Impossible” with John Gibler, Gabriela Jauregui, and Isaac Torres.
Anna Gritz, associate curator at South London Gallery, curated the fair’s video program, “Sand in the Vaseline,” which featured three individual programs for artists Adriana Lara, Sophia Al-Maria, and Stuart Middleton.
Mexico City-based Distrito Editorial created the fair’s bookstore, presenting an impeccable selection of artist books, books about art, and small, limited-edition works mostly by Mexican artists.
Finally, beneath the stage at the Auditorio Blackberry was the Material Exhibitors Club: an ambitious group exhibition, performance space, and pop-up mezcal bar organized by the Lower East Side art bar, Beverly’s, with complimentary mezcal provided by Gracias a Dios.
2015 Exhibitor List:
321 Gallery, Brooklyn / Adams and Ollman, Portland / American Medium, Brooklyn / Aran Cravey, Los Angeles / Beverly’s, New York City / CARNE GALLERY, Bogotá / Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago / Casa Imelda, Mexico City / Clifton Benevento, New York City / COOPER COLE, Toronto / David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis / East Hampton Shed, East Hampton / Et al., San Francisco / Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland / François Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles / Grand Century, New York City / Green Gallery, Milwaukee / helper, Brooklyn / Instituto de Visión, Bogotá / Kunstverein Toronto, Toronto / Levy.Delval, Brussels / lodos, Mexico City / LOYAL, Stockholm / Lulu, México, D.F. / LVL3, Chicago / Mary Mary, Glasgow / Michael Jon Gallery, Miami+Detroit / Narwhal Contemporary, Toronto / New Galerie, Paris / Night Gallery, Los Angeles / P!, New York / Parallel Oaxaca, Oaxaca / Queer Thoughts, Nueva York / Regina Rex, Nueva York / Roberto Paradise, San Juan / Rolando Anselmi, Berlin / Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago / Smart Objects, Los Ángeles / What Pipeline, Detroit / The White Lodge, Córdoba / Yautepec, Mexico City