October, 29

Fernando Renes en Un Momento Atemporal

Un momento atemporal es una exposición que celebra los 35 años de dedicación a las artes visuales de Injuve y lo hace con la colaboración de Tabacalera Promoción del Arte. Se trata de una propuesta de revisión del arte joven que fantasea con el deseo de entender todo ese tiempo como una suerte de presente expandido. Un momento específico que empezó en 1984 y, en esencia, se mantiene igual en 2020.

Al margen de la función de lanzadera de artistas que siempre va a tener un evento dedicado a lo joven, Un momento atemporal asume el reto de la celebración desde una voluntad menos prospectiva y más orgánica, más biológica, donde la intención no es señalar triunfos, sino dejarse llevar por la riqueza y la diversidad de sus contenidos, reivindicando así una lectura autónoma y pasional del arte joven. Un tributo que no se legitima en lo futurible, o en lo histórico, sino en la máxima intensidad de una gran suma de presentes continuos.

Un momento atemporal se aleja voluntariamente de recorridos cronológicos o retrospectivos y apuesta por un enfoque emocional donde las obras dialogan entre ellas liberadas de todas aquellas cargas adheridas por el paso del tiempo. Sin certezas, sin garantías, la atemporalidad se convierte así en elemento distintivo del programa de artes visuales de Injuve, y ensaya un posible relato coral del arte joven a través de las obras de muchos de los/las artistas que participaron en sus muestras. Al fin y al cabo, todo lo acontecido durante estos 35 años ha sucedido gracias a los/las creadores/as que aplicaron – y siguen aplicando – a su convocatoria.

Exposición comisariada por David Armengol.

Organiza: Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte. Subdirección General de Museos Estatales y Ministerio de Derechos Sociales y Agenda 2030. Instituto de la Juventud

Fechas: 29 de octubre de 2020 – 31 de enero de 2021

Sede: Tabacalera Promoción del Arte (Calle de Embajadores, 51. Madrid)

Relación de artistas: Ana Laura Aláez / Xare Álvarez / Martí Anson / Ibon Aramberri / Marlon de Azambuja / Iñigo de Barrón y Andrea González / Sergio Belinchón / Bleda y Rosa / José Castiella / Gemma Clofent / Isabel Codina de Pedro / María Ángeles Díaz Barbado / Manuel Diego Sánchez / Eloy Dominguez Serén / Equipo Límite / Ana Esteve Reig / Jon Mikel Euba / Marcelo Expósito / Grupo EVHIM / Eva Fábregas / José Carlos Fernández Nistal / Núria Fuster / Patricia Gadea / Ana García-Pineda / Silvia Gómez-Fontecha / Marta de Gonzalo / Raúl Hernández / Pello Irazu / Sofía Jack / Tamara Kuselman / Diana Larrea / Abigail Lazkoz / Javier Longobardo / Eduardo López / Jesús López Yáñez y Enrique Cantero Pulgar / Cristina Lucas / Mateo Maté / MawatreS / Miguel Ángel Mayo Mendo y Flavia Mielnik / Regina de Miguel / Julia Montilla / Eva Morales / Juan Luis Moraza / Joan Morey / Pepe Murciego / Jonathan Notario / Itziar Okariz / Antón Patiño / Alberto Peral / Iván Pérez / Asier Pérez González / Publio Pérez Prieto / Gabriel Pericás / Sergio Prego / Tere Recarens / Fernando Renes / Francisco Ruiz de Infante / Marco Sánchez Godoy / Jorge Satorre / Laura Torres Bauzá / Miguel Ángel Tornero / Xavier Úbeda / Juan Ugalde / Eulália Valdosera / Virginia Villaplana / Ian Waelder /

 

 

fonte: http://www.injuve.es/creacionjoven/noticia/un-momento-atemporal-35-anos-de-la-muestra-artes-visuales-injuve

October, 20

Toby Christian at SUTDIOAUDIO

STUDIOAUDIO
 
Participating artists: Phyllida Barlow; Toby Christian & Good Gear; Marion Coutts; Biggs & Collings with Ian MacMillan; Jadé Fadojutimi; Hamish Fulton; Andy Holden & The Grubby Mitts; Merlin James; Hardeep Pandhal & Joe Howe; Fabian Peake; Sally O’Reilly; Maria Zahle with Blue Lake
 

Twelve audio commissions made in response to 2020. A collaboration between AICA–UK and PEER

To be broadcast on Resonance FM and then available at www.peeruk.org and www.aicauk.org

AICA-UK (International Association of Art Critics) in collaboration with PEER present STUDIOAUDIO, a series of new audio commissions by artists, made at a time of significant change in our daily lives. They will be premiered on two programmes on Resonance FM at 8pm on 21 and 22 October and then repeated at 10am the following mornings. They will then be disseminated via the websites of AICA-UK and PEER. Collectively, they will stand as a record of an extraordinary historical moment and demonstrate how creativity can be a powerful form of resilience.

Twelve artists including Phyllida Barlow, Hardeep Pandhal and Hamish Fulton have been invited to create a new sound work of between three and eight minutes long. Encompassing scripted performances, music, poetry, sound-works and diaristic reflections, the artists have explored their relationship to the studio as a place of solitude and creativity. During current uncertainties, the commissions respond to the new complex realities that the artists are navigating. The responses vary widely as some have embraced the time and space that lockdown has delivered, while others have been severely hit by its consequences. These include lost exhibition opportunities and income, and the project aims to provide a platform for new forms of work that engage with the format of radio and online distribution. The project has been generously supported by Art Fund, AICA-UK, and PEER.

September, 18

Massimo Vitali has a new solo show at Museo Fico: Costellazioni Umane

From September 25th to December 20th at Museo Etteore Fico, Massimo present Costellazioni umane

A selection of the most significant works of the great photographer, capable of immortalizing with a unique style, recognized and appreciated internationally, beaches, discos and public spaces in general, where anonymous individuals are portrayed in their free time. Large-format works with a clear composition, like that of a cinematographic still image, which tell every single detail of the mass scenes they represent.

September, 15

Daniel Arsham at the Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts

Daniel Arsham has been invited by the Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts to participate in a Carte Blanche reimagining of the museum. On this occasion, he will present a new suite of to-scale sculptures based on iconic works from Antiquity. Activating the vast collection of molds at the Re?union des Muse?es Nationaux – Grand Palais (RMN), this new body of work will be featured in the permanent collection of the museum. The exhibition will be complemented by a blue zen garden: a site specific installation that will occupy the fourth-floor rotunda beneath the dome of the main Guimet building.
The exhibition ‘Moonraker’ will be on view from October 21 to January 25.

 

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Daniel Arsham foi convidado pelo Museu Nacional de Artes Asiáticas de Guimet para participar de uma reimaginação Carte Blanche do museu. Nesta ocasião, ele apresentará uma nova suíte de esculturas em escala baseada em obras icônicas da Antiguidade. Ativando a vasta coleção de moldes da Réunion des Musées Nationaux – Grand Palais (RMN), este novo corpo de trabalho fará parte da coleção permanente do museu. A exposição será complementada por um jardim zen azul: uma instalação site specific que ocupará a rotunda do quarto andar sob a cúpula do edifício principal Guimet.

A exposição ‘Moonraker’ estará em exibição de 21 de outubro a 25 de janeiro.

 

September, 11

AES+F are now part of The National Gallery of Australia collection

 

AES+F are now part of The National Gallery of Australia collection

The National Gallery of Australia acquired from AES+F the 3-channel version of The Feast of Trimalchio, as well as the large scale print from the series, Arrival of the Golden Boat. It  as a generous gift by renowned Australian collectors, Dr. Dick Quan and John McGrath.

September, 07

Norbert Bisky integrates the exhibition Features at Stadt Museum

04.09.2020  – 22.11.2020

The exhibition shows artistic perspectives on Berlin’s past and present. Ten German and international artists who live here watched the events and debates in the city and each created a new image in large format.

On the main nave of the Nikolaikirche, these individual works of art come together to form a frieze of paintings that reflects Berlin’s development since 1987 in various ways. That year, on the city’s 750th anniversary, sculptor Gerhard Thieme completed his concrete frieze for the Nikolaiviertel in the east of the divided city. The focus is on the secular struggle of the popular masses for self-determination, which was only achieved under socialism.

The way Thieme interprets the history of Berlin differs significantly from the history of the city in the Rotes Rathaus terracotta frieze of around 1870. There are talented and hardworking men who built the city in the swamp and led it to greatness and success. Features uses the resources of contemporary art to connect with these historical friezes in the city’s history.
With works by: Norbert Bisky, Patricia Bucher, Sol Calero, Friederike Feldmann, Nadira Husain, Thomas Kilpper, Thomas Ravens, Petra Trenkel, Helen Verhoeven and Suse Weber.

 

Text: https://www.stadtmuseum.de/ausstellungen/features

Norbert Bisky integrates the exhibition Szene Berlin

Norbert Bisky // NO SIGN, 2018 l oil on canvas, 2 parts l 320 x 480 cm

 

 

The collective exhibition Szene Berlin, curated by Johann König, is shown mainly in a renovated barn in the domain of Derneburg. The Berlin scene includes paintings, sculptures, photographs and videos by more than two dozen artists based in Berlin. The works were created in a period that began in the early 1990s until this year and stars such as Norbert Bisky, Monica Bonvicini, Jonas Burgert, Martin Eder, Olafur Eliasson, Elmgreen & Dragset, Stefanie Gutheil, Jeppe Hein, Gregor Hildebrandt, Judith Hopf, Wilhelm Klotzek, Alicja Kwade, Jonathan Meese, Anselm Reyle, Daniel Richter, Michael Sailstorfer, Tomas Saraceno, Thomas Scheibitz, Chiharu Shiota, Dirk Skreber, Katja Strunz, Jorinde Voigt, Corinne Wasmuht, Ai Weiwei and Young-Tak.

(…) The colorful mix of artists in Szene Berlin refuses to put one perspective above the other. Norbert Bisky stands out as an artist who embodies the vital force of the Berlin art scene. With aesthetic roots that go back to the fall of the Berlin Wall, he creates colorful and image-rich paintings in which he explores the mixture of communism, religion and state. In turn, Corinne Wasmuht shows an almost mystical intuition for spatial design. In his work, the fragility of our digital age and how the canvas can exaggerate our perception of architectural forms is clear.

Berlin arrives in Lower Saxony will be shown in September and October 2020.

Text: http://www.hallartfoundation.org/
August, 24

@BARO at Otra Feria MX

Felipe Ehrenberg // Give me liberty , 1966/1967 l  Acrílica, carimbos de borracha sobre madeira l 60 x 50 x 5 cm

 

 

The solo for the online fair OTRA FERIA MX ‘ “Give me Libert” calls for a selection of 8 iconic works by the emblematic artist Felipe Ehrenberg (1943-2017).

“I focus on spectators who know little about the labyrinthine and closed universe of current art. For a long time I have tried to create less hermetic works. Age gives us experience, among whose advantages is a healthy measure of skepticism towards ostentation. I like to combine this with humor. Humor breaks down barriers and this allows us to share truths (…) They consider me an avant-garde artist … but I rather see myself as a conservative because I continue creating with my own hands. I think with my head and heart. , but more than anything, I think with the tips of my fingers.

Felipe Ehrenberg
(Tlacopac, Mexico City, 1943 – Morelos, 2017)

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El solo para OTRA FERIA MX “Give me Libert” requiere una selección de 8 obras icónicas del emblemático artista Felipe Ehrenberg (1943-2017).

“me concentro en espectadores que saben poco del universo laberíntico y cerrado del arte actual. Desde hace tiempo procuro crear obras menos herméticas. La edad nos da experiencia, entre cuyas ventajas es una saludable medida de escepticismo ante la ostentación. Me gusta combinar esto con el humor. El humor desmorona barreras y esto permite compartir verdades (…) Me consideran un artista de vanguardia… pero yo mas bien me veo como un conservador pues sigo creando con mis propias manos. Pienso con la cabeza y el corazón, pero más que nada, pienso con las puntas de mis dedos”.

Felipe Ehrenberg
(Tlacopac, Ciudad de México, 1943 – Morelos, 2017)

 

 

check at: otraferia.com (24-31/08/2020)

August, 23

@BARO SP-ARTE 2020 I Viewing Room

Almandrade // Sem título (Por que? a arte), 1986 l Acrílica sobre tela l 24 x 30 cm

 

A Baró tem o prazer de anunciar sua participação na primeira edição do SP-Arte Viewing Room! A feira online entra ao ar amanhã! Entre na plataforma sp-arte.com e cadastra-se para visitar nosso Viewing Room, que contará com obras dos artistas: Sidival Fila / Almandrade / Lourival Cuquinha / César Brandão / Maria Lynch / Josafá Neves / Amanda Mei.

 

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Baró is pleased to announce its participation at the first edition of SP-Arte Viewing Room! The online fair starts tomorrow! Log on at sp-arte.com to visit our Viewing Room; which will feature works by the artists: Sidival Fila / Almandrade / Lourival Cuquinha / César Brandão / Maria Lynch / Josafá Neves / Amanda Mei.

 

Sidival Fila // Metafora Blu Cobalto 161, 2020 l Pigmentos secos costurados sobre tela l 45 x 35 cm

 

July, 27

@BARO at #Arte da Quarentena

Almandrade // Sem título, 2020 l Acrílica sobre lona l 25 x 38 cm

 

Temos a alegria de participar de Arte da Quarentena, através da @artsoul.br, junto a mais de 40 galerias.
O evento online ocorrerá de 27/07 à 09/08, na plataforma www.artsoul.com.br. Nesta edição, participamos com obras dos artistas Almandrade, Amanda Mei, Cesar Brandão, Maria Lynch, Ricardo Alves e Pedro Gandra.

O evento conta com mais de 600 obras ine?ditas, Arte da Quarentena e? um retrato da produc?a?o arti?stica dos u?ltimos 120 dias. 10% da venda da galeria sera? doada para @_abact.

 

Maria Lynch // Sem título, 2020 l Óleo sobre tela l 37 cm × 50 cm

 

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