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Ceal Floyer
Sharon Lockhart, Pódworka (still), 2009. Film. Courtesy the artist, neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles. © Sharon Lockhart.




Sharon Lockhart
5 July–26 October 2014
FACT88 Wood StreetLiverpool L1 4DQ
www.fact.co.uk
FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) and Liverpool Biennial are proud to present the first UK solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist Sharon Lockhart between 5 July to 26 October. It features existing works alongside a newly commissioned film which will be produced during Liverpool Biennial and premiere at FACT on 17 October.
Sharon Lockhart, Pódworka (still), 2009. Film. Courtesy the artist, neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles. © Sharon Lockhart.

Sharon Lockhart

5 July–26 October 2014

FACT
88 Wood Street
Liverpool L1 4DQ

www.fact.co.uk

FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) and Liverpool Biennial are proud to present the first UK solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist Sharon Lockhart between 5 July to 26 October. It features existing works alongside a newly commissioned film which will be produced during Liverpool Biennial and premiere at FACT on 17 October.

installationarts:

Kristof Kintera
Paradise now
2009
Zinc, coated steel
200 x 250 x 50 cm Each

installationarts:

Kristof Kintera

Paradise now

2009

Zinc, coated steel

200 x 250 x 50 cm Each

bobbycaputo:

A Glimpse Inside Israel’s Hasidic Communities

For many non-religious Israelis, ultra-Orthodox Hasidic communities are part of the landscape of daily life, but remain in many ways foreign and unfamiliar. Pavel Wolberg had recently begun a career as a freelance photojournalist in 1999 when he happened upon a Hasidic wedding ceremony. Fascinated, he decided to immerse himself in a new world that thrived right in his own backyard. “I started to be interested in this world because it’s really different from my world but it’s actually just five minutes from my house,” he said. “I see this community everyday.”

Wolberg began dropping in on Hasidic events all over the country whenever he had the time. He liked capturing large events, but found it hard to find a good position among the big crowds. Photographing women in a conservative culture also proved a challenge. Wolberg quickly learned to navigate the various customs and rules, but found much of his access left to chance. “If they let you shoot, you shoot. If they don’t want you, they just kick you out,” he said. “That’s the way you work with the Hasidic community. You never know if you can shoot or not.”

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Zheng Guogu, “Magnetic Resonance as Landscape” (2014)Created as a site-specific event for the opening of “Landscape: the virtual, the actual, the possible? at the Times Museum in Guangzhou,” artist Zheng Guogu invited friends to drink tea and have a conversation within the exhibition space. The energy that was gleaned from these conversations was then transmitted by the artist to four painters who responded by creating intuitive paintings.

Zheng Guogu, “Magnetic Resonance as Landscape” (2014)

Created as a site-specific event for the opening of “Landscape: the virtual, the actual, the possible? at the Times Museum in Guangzhou,” artist Zheng Guogu invited friends to drink tea and have a conversation within the exhibition space. The energy that was gleaned from these conversations was then transmitted by the artist to four painters who responded by creating intuitive paintings.

Today @ Kadist SF @ 2p and 5p À Meia-Noite Levarei Sua Alma
At midnight I’ll take your soul, 1964, dir. José Mojica Marins)
84 min
 At Midnight… is regarded as Brazil’s first horror film.

Today @ Kadist SF @ 2p and 5p À Meia-Noite Levarei Sua Alma

At midnight I’ll take your soul, 1964, dir. José Mojica Marins)

84 min

 At Midnight… is regarded as Brazil’s first horror film.

Presented earlier this month at Kadist SF, “Three Works” is a program of performance, music, video and narrative including “Percée Persée” (Rémy Héritier and Eric Yvelin), “Another Version” (Marcelline Delbecq & Rémy Héritier) and “Untitled1/3” (video).

Shot on location by Guillaume Robert during the US tour of “Three Works”
- A.S.U Art Museum at Combine Studio - Phoenix
- Center for Land Use Interpretation - Wendover
- Kadist Art Foundation - San Francisco
Thanks to Institut Français, LEAD, Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the US.

nicholevanbeek:

Kori Newkirk
Studio Museum, 2007

nicholevanbeek:

Kori Newkirk

Studio Museum, 2007

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Mungo Thomson - Negative Space (2006)

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Over on Art Slant Berlin there is an excellent piece on Harun Farocki's Serious Gamescurrently on view at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart through July 13th. 

AGITPROP: Harun Farocki’s Serious Games

bythalake:

Wong Hoy Cheong Swimming Pool, from Chronicles of Crime

bythalake:

Wong Hoy Cheong Swimming Pool, from Chronicles of Crime

(Source: teppertakayamafinearts.com)

exasperated-viewer-on-air:

by Gabriel Kuri