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Ed Ruscha’s Hollywood Boulevard on Hollywood Boulevard Iconic Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha photographed iconic Los Angeles streets beginning in the 1960s. By mounting a camera to a moving car, Ruscha documented sequential storefronts on the north side of Hollywood Boulevard between McCadden Place and Hudson Avenue, and on the south side of the street between Wilcox Avenue and McCadden Place. The images in the top black and white “filmstrip” show what the Boulevard looked like in 1973, and the bottom one in color documents the same locations in 2002. The building that LACE has occupied since 1994 at 6522 Hollywood Boulevard on the south side appears in this work. LACE was founded in Downtown Los Angeles at 240 S. Broadway and then moved to 1804 Industrial Street before its long-time tenure on Hollywood Blvd. The organization celebrates its 40th Anniversary as the longest-running contemporary artists space in Los Angeles. LACE has been located on Hollywood Boulevard for 24 years and is exhibiting this artwork in its window on Hollywood Boulevard 24 hours a day through the end of 2018. Thanks to Ed Ruscha, and our friends at the Ed Ruscha studio and the Getty Research Institute for this loan. This video is part of Pacific […]
The Archival Impulse: 40 Years at LACE Curated by Matias Viegener with Exhibition Design by Jeff Cain Opening Reception: March 15, 2018, 7-10 PM On view:March 16 – 2018 The Archival Impulse: 40 Years at LACE is a Project Room installation that pulls from material found in LACE’s archive that either highlights or disputes our conceptions of LACE’s history. Accumulated over 40 years, it has no organizing system beyond what LACE staff considered worth saving. It enfolds many stories about the space, less woven than overlaid and amassed. This exhibition is a conversation about our expectations of the archive and the things we expect to find, contrasted against the material that does find its way in. This is particularly poignant in the case of an archive that accumulates rather than is curated over time, yielding space for a kind of counter-curation. Includes video works curated by Anne Bray featuring: Reza Abdoh, Skip Arnold, Fu-Ding Cheng, Jeanne Finley, Doug Henry, Cheng-Sim Lim, Susan Mogul, Eric Saks, Jim Shaw, and more. Archives are always bigger than us, bigger than the image we have of them, more than we can take in. Archives cannot be summarized nor adequately represented. Optimally, archives never end: everything is archivable, though not everything enters the archive, and unexpected and decontextualized things appear regularly. […]
22.11.2018 bis 13.01.20192018 >> Opening: Thursady November 22, 2018, start 7pm >> Art + Cookies: Saturday December 1, 2018, start 7pm 7:15pm – the outdoor Light Installation Stabilizing Light by Christoph Dahlhausen (Bonn/Melbourne) will be switched on 8pm – Sound and Text Collage by Hannah Dahlhausen (Bonn) >> Concert: Saturday December 15, 2018, 7pm Drei: improvised music by/with Uwe Juchum (bass clarinet); Kai Winter (Alto saxophone) and Dirk Friedrich (chromatic harmonica) >> Closing Event + New Year’s reception: Sunday January 13, 2019, 12am – 4pm >> press release >> invitation participating artists: Aljoscha (Dusseldorf, GER) | Christophe Baudson (Dublin, IR) | Wim Bosch (Groningen, NL) | Tom Früchtl (Berlin, GER) | Shuhei Fukuda (Gunma, JP)| Martina Geccelli (London, UK) | Angela Glajcar (Rheinland-Pfalz, GER) | Michael Graeve (Melbourne, AUS) | Noel Ivanoff (Auckland, NZ) | Gereon Krebber (Cologne, GER) | molitor & kuzmin (Cologne, GER)| Vera Molnar (Paris, F) | Dario Pérez-Flores (Paris, F) | Frank Piasta (Freiburg, GER) | Rainer Splitt (Berlin, GER) | Martin Wöhrl (Munich, GER) DAS ESSZIMMER and Dagmar Weste of youngcollectors have been in friendly exchanges for many years, which over the last few years has repeatedly led to various cooperation projects. – We […]
Stabilizing Light Bonn | Christoph Dahlhausen (Melbourne/Bonn) 01.12.2018 bis 31.01.2019 >> Opening Event / Art + Cookies: Saturday December 1, 2018, start 7pm 7:15pm – the site specific 3-part outdoor Light Installation Stabilizing Light by Christoph Dahlhausen (Bonn/Melbourne) will be switched on 8pm – Sound and Text Collage by Hannah Dahlhausen (Bonn) >> Closing Event + Artist Talk: Thursday January 31, 2019, 7pm Dr. Barbara J. Scheuermann, Kunstmuseum Bonn in conversation with Christoph Dahlhausen >> press release >> invitation DAS ESSZIMMER and Christoph Dahlhausen (Melbourne/Bonn) are in close and friendly exchange as well as cooperation since the start of the exhibition space in 2011. We are all the more pleased that we could win Christoph Dahlhausen to create a site specific light installation in 3 parts for the court yard and façade of DAS ESSZIMMER, to bring some light into the dark season. thanks to: Sparda Bank
BLINDSIDE 2018 EMERGING CURATOR MENTORSHIP Helen Grogan, Christopher Boots, Shannon May Powell, Honey Long, Prue Stent, Kathleen Campone-Burn, Isabella Whawhai Mason Anticipation is Half of the Seduction is an exhibition that considers the heightened states of being that exist between sites of release and resistance. Whether it be found in the tension between consenting bodies or the impact of colliding objects, the dynamic movement that exists between the attraction and repulsion of energy is everywhere. Considered through artworks that both document and demonstrate through choreography, photography, sculpture and light, Anticipation is Half of the Seduction examines the uncontrollable forces of our emotions and nature. CURATOR | Jonathan Homsey MENTOR | Hannah Matthews Opening Night | Thursday 7 Dec, 6pm–8pm Performance | Helen Grogan Consent of Seduction | Artist Talk with Bella Mason & Kathleen Campone-Burn facilitated by Jonathan Homsey | Saturday 8 December 2-3pm Gallery open | Tuesdays-Saturdays, 12pm-6pm Closed on public holidays IMAGE | Honey Long + Prue Stent, Venus Milk, 2015, archival pigment print, 159 x 106cm. Courtesy the artist and Arc One Gallery, Melbourne.
Kære alle, Invitation til Fernisering på min solo udstilling i Kødbyen, København. Kunstnergalleriet Staldgade 74 åbner dørene for min solo udstilling d. 14. december kl. 15-20. Det vil glæde mig at se jer til min nye udstilling og samtidig få mulighed for at ønske jer en glædelig jul. – Så tag en pause i julegave indkøbene, eller kom forbi inden julefrokosten til et glas og en oplevelse. – Giv mig gerne et praj om I har mulighed for at komme, så kan galleriet og jeg bedre tilpasse mængden af indkøb. Udstillingsperioden er fra d. 14. – 30. december, efter aftale på tel. 2681 4571 – Jeg håber meget at I kan nå at komme forbi. kh. Tom Website: www.tom.bramsnaes.com
CrossingBorders exhibition – Ghent – Belgium – Open Call for members of the Global Art Project (GAP) Ron Weijers and Carl Heyward, both professional artist and curators who both have a long term collaborative background within the Global Art Project (GAP) community, see geographical boundary lines as unnecessary and obsolete, especially when considering the rich and diverse cultural makeup this world shares. With this in mind, they invite artists connected to the Global Art Project community from all over the world to reflect on the concept and to show their work at the Sint Amanduskapel, Campo-Santo in Ghent, Belgium, in an exhibition titled ”CrossingBorders”. The exhibition will take place at Sint-Amanduskapel – Campo-Santo – Visitatiestraat 2 – 9040 – Sint-Amandsberg – Ghent – Belgium. The CrossingBorders exhibition will be on display from August 31 till September 15 2019. CrossingBorders is a conceptual collaborative group exhibition project for art professionals affiliated with Global Art Project GAP worldwide aiming on transferring the projects concept to the public and extending the participants professional international networks and art market. The CrossingBorders exhibition aims to bring together Global Art Project affiliated artists from all over the world, who ar e highly motivated to collaborate […]