nicholevanbeek:

Kori Newkirk
Studio Museum, 2007

nicholevanbeek:

Kori Newkirk

Studio Museum, 2007

(Source: litebriteneon.com, via survivalofthedreamer)

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
  Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, A World of Glass, 2011, Collection of Hadley Martin Fisher
Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, A World of Glass opens at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston from March 19th - July 6th. for more info click
Watch our video with Djurberg
  Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, A World of Glass, 2011, Collection of Hadley Martin Fisher

Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, A World of Glass opens at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston from March 19th - July 6th. for more info click

Watch our video with Djurberg

jesuisperdu:

harold ancart, kevin beasley, mateo lópez @ Casey Kaplan, New York

There is an exhibition open at The BOX Gallery ->http://www.theboxla.com/show.php 
check out our film with Renzo on Vimeo:https://vimeo.com/30958696

500 words with Andrea Bowers on Art Forum, about Steubenville…. LINK

500 words with Andrea Bowers on Art Forum, about Steubenville…. LINK

From DNAinfo New York: Korean artist Gimhongsok’s “Bearlike Construction,” a whimsical bronze sculpture designed to look as though it’s made from trash bags, is set to be displayed in TriBeCa Parkin May.
“The artist likes to play with deception and irony,” said Nicole Calderon, whose Tina Kim Gallery in Chelsea is presenting the artist’s work in conjunction with the city. “His sculptures always provoke interesting responses from the public.”

From DNAinfo New York: Korean artist Gimhongsok’s “Bearlike Construction,” a whimsical bronze sculpture designed to look as though it’s made from trash bags, is set to be displayed in TriBeCa Parkin May.

“The artist likes to play with deception and irony,” said Nicole Calderon, whose Tina Kim Gallery in Chelsea is presenting the artist’s work in conjunction with the city. “His sculptures always provoke interesting responses from the public.”

Join us Thursday for 
CODEX





CCA Wattis Institute, 360 Kansas Street




January 23, 2014 to March 29, 2014




Anonymous, Dove Allouche, Matthew Bakkom, John Baldessari, Laetitia Benat, Lisa Bonard, Alexandrine Boyer, Marcel Broodthaers, Heman Chong, Claude Closky, Robert Crumb, Moyra Davey, Marina Faust, Philip Guston, Aaron Krach, Vincent Labaume, Louise Lawler, Pierre Leguillon, Jean-Baptiste Maitre, Barry McGee, Jerry McMillan, Aurelien Mole, Jean-Luc Moulène, Damián Navarro, Dennis Oppenheim, Raymond Pettibon, Veronique Portal, Conny Purtill, Dider Rittener, Allen Ruppersberg, Ed Ruscha, David Scher, Esther Shalev-Gerz, Cindy Sherman, Yann Serandour, Rafael Serrano, Alec Soth, Saul Steinberg, Jean-Luc Verna, William Wegman

Codex is the title of an exhibition-manifesto conceived by Pierre Leguillon during a residency in San Francisco. As an artist and book collector, Pierre found himself within the stacks of the Prelinger Archive, a local independent research library that houses 19th and 20th century historical ephemera, periodicals, maps, and books. Founded by Rick and Megan Prelinger in 2004, the unique organization of this “appropriation friendly” library conceives of its holdings as a “landscape of ideas,” classifying subjects both spatially and conceptually.

Join us Thursday for 

CODEX

January 23, 2014 to March 29, 2014

Anonymous, Dove Allouche, Matthew Bakkom, John Baldessari, Laetitia Benat, Lisa Bonard, Alexandrine Boyer, Marcel Broodthaers, Heman Chong, Claude Closky, Robert Crumb, Moyra Davey, Marina Faust, Philip Guston, Aaron Krach, Vincent Labaume, Louise Lawler, Pierre Leguillon, Jean-Baptiste Maitre, Barry McGee, Jerry McMillan, Aurelien Mole, Jean-Luc Moulène, Damián Navarro, Dennis Oppenheim, Raymond Pettibon, Veronique Portal, Conny Purtill, Dider Rittener, Allen Ruppersberg, Ed Ruscha, David Scher, Esther Shalev-Gerz, Cindy Sherman, Yann Serandour, Rafael Serrano, Alec Soth, Saul Steinberg, Jean-Luc Verna, William Wegman

Codex is the title of an exhibition-manifesto conceived by Pierre Leguillon during a residency in San Francisco. As an artist and book collector, Pierre found himself within the stacks of the Prelinger Archive, a local independent research library that houses 19th and 20th century historical ephemera, periodicals, maps, and books. Founded by Rick and Megan Prelinger in 2004, the unique organization of this “appropriation friendly” library conceives of its holdings as a “landscape of ideas,” classifying subjects both spatially and conceptually.

Xu Tan – Questions, Soil and ‘Socio-Botanic,’ 2013 at Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou. A review of the show is up via Art Review Asia, check it out here. 

Xu Tan – Questions, Soil and ‘Socio-Botanic,’ 2013 at Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou. A review of the show is up via Art Review Asia, check it out here.