Artists: Lucie Stahl and Henning Bohl
Exhibition title: SLYTHERIN’
Venue: Schiefe Zaehne, Berlin, Germany
Date: September 15 – October 18, 2017
Photography: all images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Schiefe Zaehne, Berlin
Artists: Caroline Achaintre, Olga Balema, Joachim Bandau, Trisha Donnelly, Marcel Duchamp, Michaela Eichwald, Pakui Hardware, Florence Jung, Eric N. Mack, Liz Magor, Park McArthur, Nathalie Perrin, Tomo Savić- Gecan, Lucie Stahl, Alina Szapocznikow, Adrián Villar Rojas
Exhibition title: Ungestalt
Venue: Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Date: May 15 – August 13, 2017
Photography: Philipp Hänger, images copyright and courtesy of the artist and Kunsthalle Basel
Note: Press release can be found here
Featured Artists: Magali Reus, John Stezaker, Rezi van Lankveld, Camille Blatrix, Puppies Puppies, Xinyi Cheng, Andre Cadere, Udomsak Krisanamis, Lionel Maunz, Patricia Treib, Katherine Bradford, Darja Bajagic, Sam Anderson, Willa Nasatir, Julia Wachtel, Joan Wallace, Disko Girls (Anonymous), Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Sarah Gamble, Diena Georgetti, DAS INSTITUT, Allison Katz, Lucie Stahl, Madison Rossetti, Vittorio Brodmann, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Despina Stokou, Nancy Shaver, Kelly Akashi, Sayre Gomez, Neil Beloufa, Kathleen Ryan, Anna Betbeze, Nikki Maloof, Michael Dean, Scott Treleaven, Jonathan Berger, David Shrigley, Sam Anderson, Ryan Foester, Jory Rabinovitz, Christian Kosmas Mayer, Thomas Bayrle, GCC, Ana Cardoso, John Miller, Charline von Heyl, Yngve Holen, Eliza Douglas, Margnus Andersen, Dirk Stewen, Melike Kara, Tatiana Trouve, Stefan Tcherepnin, Kaspar Muller, Juliana Huxtable, Chip Hughes, Giorgio Andreotta Calo, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, Thea Djordjadze, Kaari Upson, Devan Shimoyama, Derrick Adams, Landon Metz, Ervin Loffler, Derrick Alexis Coard, Emheyo Bahabba
Venue: Independent New York, New York, US
Featured Exhibitors: The Approach, London; Balice Hertling, Paris; Hervé Bize, Nancy; Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York/Rome; Bureau, New York; Canada, New York; CARLOS/ISHIKAWA, London; Chapter NY, New York; Elizabeth Dee, New York; Delmes & Zander, Cologne/Berlin; Fleisher/Ollman, Philadelphia; Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles; Derek Eller, New York; Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles; Jay Gorney, New York; Jack Hanley, New York; Herald St, London; Invisible Exports, New York; JTT, New York; Anton Kern Gallery, New York; Tanya Leighton, Berlin; Martos, New York; Galerie Mezzanin, Geneva; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; Múrias Centeno, Lisbon/Porto; Nagel Draxler, Cologne/Berlin; Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt; Maureen Paley, London; Peres Projects, Berlin; Galerie Perrotin, Paris/New York; Francesca Pia, Zurich; Project Native Informant, London; Kerry Schuss, New York; Sprovieri, London; Sprüth Magers, Berlin/London/Los Angeles; Stems Gallery, Brussels; Tilton Gallery, New York; VI VII, Oslo; White Columns, New York
Date: March 2 – 5, 2017
Photography: images courtesy of the artists, galleries and Independent New York
Featured Artists: Arvid Pettersen, Inga Sund Hofset, Mikael Øye Hegnar, Ola Vasiljeva, Sean Townley, Zoe Williams, Alexandra Noel, Andy Meerow, Orion Martin, Guy Mees, Stuart Middleton, Tom Worsfold, Jacqueline de Jong, Louise Sartor, Mick Peter, Renaud Jerez, Than Hussein Clark, Georgia Gardner Gray, Joanna Piotrowska, Tomasz Kowalski, Judith Hopf, Lea Lublin, Erika Landström, Kamrooz Aram, Cooper Jacoby, Lena Henke, Valerie Keane, Alain Bilterreyst, Elizabeth Jaeger, Gili Tal, Julien Ceccaldi, Daiga Grantina, Tatjana Danneberg, Max Brand, Patricia Treib, Kaoru Arima, Agustin Fernandez, Charlie Duck, Juliana Huxtable, Sean Steadman, Adrien Missika, Gabriel de la Mora, Martin Soto Climent, David Rappeneau, Lucie Stahl, Jason Benson, Kim Farkas, B. Ingrid Olson, Sonia Almeida, Olivier Millagou, Pia Camil, Celia Hempton, Jaanus Samma, Kim Seob Boninsegni, Liz Craft, Mathis Altmann, Pentti Monkkonen, Aleksander Hardashnakov, Jan Kiefer, Urara Tsuchiya, Eloise Hawser, Knut Ivar Aaser
Venue: Paris Internationale, Paris, France
Featured Exhibitors: 1857, Oslo; Antoine Levi, Paris; Bodega, New York; Bureau des Réalités, Brussels; CARLOS/ISHIKAWA, London; Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles; Crèvecoeur, Paris; Croy Nielsen, Vienna; Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw; Deborah Schamoni, Munich; Federico Vavassori, Milan; Green Art Gallery, Dubai; High Art, Paris; Jack Hanley, New York; Jenny’s, Los Angeles; Joseph Tang, Paris; Lambda Lambda Lambda, Pristina; Marta Cervera, Madrid; Misako & Rosen, Tokyo; Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York; OUTPOST, Norwich; Project Native Informant, London; Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City; Queer Thoughts, New York; Shanaynay, Paris; Simone Subal, New York; Sultana, Paris; Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn; Truth and Consequences, Geneva; Union Pacific, London; VI VII, Oslo
Date: October 19–23, 2016
Photography: all images courtesy of the artists, galleries, Paris Internationale and Art Viewer
Artists: Abraham Cruzvillegas, Claudia Gordillo, Jacopo Miliani, Judy Radul, Matti Braun, Patricia Belli, Raúl Quintanilla, Puppies Puppies, Sam Lipp, Will Benedict, Luis Miguel Bendaña, ÅYR, Mindy Rose Schwartz, Lin May Saeed, Lucie Stahl, Carlos Reyes, Donna Huanca, Kaoru Arima Curated by: Oliver Martinez Kandt and Queer Thoughts Venue: X Bienal de Nicaragua, Palacio Nacional de Cultura, Managua, Nicaragua Date: February 11 – May 14, 2016 Photography: all images copyright and courtesy of the artists and X Bienal de Nicaragua The X Nicaragua Biennial Fundación Ortiz Gurdian was inaugurated in the cities of Managua, Leon and Bluefields commemorating its 10th edition with the homage to the Caribbean painter June Beer (1935-1986). The […]
Artists: Mindy Rose Schwartz, Lucie Stahl, Trevor Shimizu, Diamond Antoinette Stingily, Puppies Puppies, Tom Humphreys, Valgerður Þóroddsdóttir, K.r.m. Mooney, David Rappeneau, Sam Lipp, Luis Miguel Bendaña Exhibition title: Small Pillow Venue: Arcadia Missa, London, UK Date: April 9 – 15, 2015 Photography: Images courtesy of the artists, Queer Thoughts and Arcadia Missa We sat in a darkening backyard that seemed uselessly partitioned off from the spread of blank, landlocked openness beyond it and I showed her a video of the ocean and people swimming. Huge curling waves crashing over them until they popped up to the surface again grinning and fighting their way back to shore. When the sunset was bright and dense […]
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
Artist: Lucie Stahl Exhibition title: Pits Venue: Queer Thoughts, Chicago, US Date: October 10 – November 16, 2014 Photography: Courtesy of Queer Thoughts Tracking down a strange, loose narrative of the acutely violent aspects of power and resource distribution, informed by a female factor that runs like a bloody current pulling loose debris in from the shores of a male dominated landscape, shouting is the only way to be heard over the roar of yourself. Woman in Womirror.