Some images of the recent collaboration between Kadist Art Foundation and the art space Beirut in Cairo, Egypt: the exhibition A Guest Without A Host Is A Ghost, a Collection in residence.

more infos: http://beirutbeirut.org/en/

One from our archives - Kadist’s very own Xiaoyu Weng interviews Kristen Morgin in this video from 2010. 

A sneak peak of Arseniy Zhilyaev’s M.I.R.: Polite Guests from the Future! Come by tonight, 6-9pm, to see the show! 

A sneak peak of Arseniy Zhilyaev’s M.I.R.: Polite Guests from the Future! Come by tonight, 6-9pm, to see the show! 

deeplyfried:

Matter of Belief, 2010
inkjet prints and table
6” x 2.5”

By: Clarissa Tossin

lnop:

Heritage serie, Nguyen Thai Tuan, 2011

Fullness of Absence exhibition in San Art

publicartfund:

Perfect morning for some #publicart planning. #DanhVo’s #PAFwethepeople comes to @bklynbrdgpark (and City Hall Park) next month! #brooklyn #brooklynart photo @nogophoto (at Brooklyn Bridge)

Exciting

publicartfund:

Perfect morning for some #publicart planning. #DanhVo’s #PAFwethepeople comes to @bklynbrdgpark (and City Hall Park) next month! #brooklyn #brooklynart photo @nogophoto (at Brooklyn Bridge)

Exciting

Will Rogan, “Picture the Earth spinning in space,” 2014. 
Will Rogan / MATRIX 253
April 11–June 29, 2014
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu
For Will Rogan’s first solo exhibition in a museum, the artist debuts a new body of work, including photographs, sculpture, and video, that explores various time scales—past, present, and future—as manifested in common objects. In this group of works one finds mystery, banality, finality, and beauty all productively entangled in one another. 

Will Rogan, “Picture the Earth spinning in space,” 2014. 

Will Rogan / MATRIX 253

April 11–June 29, 2014

www.bampfa.berkeley.edu

For Will Rogan’s first solo exhibition in a museum, the artist debuts a new body of work, including photographs, sculpture, and video, that explores various time scales—past, present, and future—as manifested in common objects. In this group of works one finds mystery, banality, finality, and beauty all productively entangled in one another. 

ylid:

Jompet Kuswidananto, Body of God (film still), 2011

ylid:

Jompet KuswidanantoBody of God (film still), 2011

(Source: earthenwares)

TONIGHT AT KADIST SF, Wages for Facebook

With more than 20,000 visitors and counting, the manifesto website Wages for Facebook has been rapidly and internationally debated via social media and in the press, setting off a broader public conversation about workers’ rights and the nature of labor as well as the politics of its refusal in our digital age. Together with one of the project’s initiators, NYC-based curator, artist, and writer Laurel Ptak, curator Christina Linden will invite the audience to join in a discussion about the contexts of art, technology, and activism—specifically asking how each of these spheres addresses much broader questions about how society might be organized.Bar at 6pm, event at 7pm

TONIGHT AT KADIST SF, Wages for Facebook

With more than 20,000 visitors and counting, the manifesto website Wages for Facebook has been rapidly and internationally debated via social media and in the press, setting off a broader public conversation about workers’ rights and the nature of labor as well as the politics of its refusal in our digital age. Together with one of the project’s initiators, NYC-based curator, artist, and writer Laurel Ptak, curator Christina Linden will invite the audience to join in a discussion about the contexts of art, technology, and activism—specifically asking how each of these spheres addresses much broader questions about how society might be organized.

Bar at 6pm, event at 7pm

São Paulo-based Marcelo Cidade, in Residence at Kadist Art Foundation SF: https://vimeo.com/89155962

heathwest:

Larry BellUntitled, 1972Two plate glass panels coated with Inconel69 3/4 x 67 1/4 x 69 1/4 in.

heathwest:

Larry Bell
Untitled, 1972
Two plate glass panels coated with Inconel
69 3/4 x 67 1/4 x 69 1/4 in.

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