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MICHAEL C.CARLOS MUSEUM: Karel Appel: Form Becomes Vibration
In Appel s 1970s work he
continued to use his favored childlike motifs masks, faces, animals but he
adopted a new manner of expression using thick parallel strokes of vivid,
Stedelijk Museum: Karel Appel - pastorale chiaroscuro
Since his first exhibition (Young Painters, 1946) the Stedelijk Museum has closely followed the Appel's career and
regularly organised exhibitions of his current work. The present exhibition stands in this tradition. An large proportion of
De Appel: Unlimited.nl#4
Kortun says the fourth edition of De Appel's Unlimited projects is literally unlimited. 'The project is
without a thematic, conceptual framework - visual or otherwise. The works and the diverse modes
De Appel: Darren Almond
Cambridge Galleries: Reading the Face: Portraits by Brian Appel, Doug Guildford & Sadko
When confronted with a series of portraits, each viewer sees
them according to their personal history, values, beliefs, gender,
social and economic class. The face is a mirror: a landscape, a
vessel containing memory ...
De Appel: That was Then This is Now
A presentation by academic Marga van Mechelen and a lecture by French curator Guillaume Désanges shed a new light on the origins of De Appel as a performance-based space set up by Wies Smals in 1975. The production ‘Show Dance’ by Swiss-Greek chor...
De Appel Foundation: Performing Light: Ulay
Stedelijk Museum: Pastorale Chiaroscuro
Since his first exhibition (Young Painters, 1946) the Stedelijk Museum has closely followed the Appels career and regularly organised
exhibitions of his current work. The present exhibition stands in this tradition. An large proportion of the wo...
De Appel at SKOR: Inkijk: Re-interpreted by Sancho Silva
The Inkijk is a skeletal structure, resembling a conventional representation of a ‘house’, yet lacking both the space and internal characteristics of a house/home. The Inkijk comprises particular physical characteristics, which highlight certain ...
State Hermitage Museum: The Past of the Present: Cobra and Contemporaries from the Stedelijk Museum
Pierre Alechinksy, Karel Appel, Eugene Brands, Constant, Corneille, Lotti van der Gaag, Henry Heerup, Arne Jacobsen, Asger Jorn, Lucebert, Pieter Ouborg, Carl-Henning Pedersen, Anton Rooskens, Shinkici Tajiri, Theo Wolvecamp.
De Appel: in the meantime...Videos, Installations and Photography of Eight Artists
The exhibition in the meantime... curated by the Curatorial Training
Programme at De Appel in Amsterdam, will present the videos, installations
and photography of eight artists focusing on narratives of site and
movement. All art works are der...
De Appel: Solo Exhibition: Jane and Louise Wilson
Power becomes visible in details of buildings and is evinced in the role played by codes. Gamma was filmed at Greenham Common, an American military base in Berkshire, England, that housed cruise missiles during the Cold War. Decommissioned in 1992...
De Appel: THE FILM AND VIDEO WORK OF CHRISTIAN JANKOWSKI AND ANRI SALA
Jankowski's work often consists of humorous, playful commentaries on
situations in which an artist finds himself. 'Telemistica', is based on interviews with Italian
TV presenters of horosco...
De Appel: Cinema, Sounds, Synergy: Arno Coenen and Sven Påhlsson
Coenen previously made an hallucinogenic ‘road movie’, inspired by his experience of a car trip through the West Coast of the United States. In ‘The Last Roadtrip’, all stereotypes of the American way of Life are exaggerated, creating a virtual wo...
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art: Against Design: Art, Utility, and Design
Organized around ten artists‚ inquiries into the built environment, the exhibition features works by Kevin Appel, Angela Bulloch, Clay Ketter, Roy McMakin, Jorge Pardo, Tobias Rehberger, Joe Scanlan, Atelier van Lieshout, Pae White, and Andrea Zi...
MAK Center for Art and Architecture: TRESPASSING: Houses x Artists
The projects engage the house as subject, investigating its forms, functions and significance while imagining a wide variety of prototypes for living. Presenting renderings, models, video and an interactive installation, the artists and architects...
Spacex: Emily Wardill : Game Keepers Without Game
The work, which is set to a complex drumming sound track, comprises of
still shots of objects that become characters; and a mixture of acted
scenes where nothing and nobody touches.
Following its premiere at Spacex this new work will be sc...
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania: Against Design
This exhibition is made possible by an Emily Hall
Tremaine Exhibition Award.
The Exhibition Award program was founded in 1998 to
honor Emily Hall
2nd Berlin Biennale: Biennale to Present over 40 Artists from 31 Countries
There will be paintings explicitly explaining the process of their own genesis,
couches to lie on where one becomes the sculptor's model, witty dialogues on
video about who's who in the art world, alternated with film projections where
Fusebox: Jason Gubbiotti: New Ways of Living
The characteristic bubbles and clouds of color that scudded across Gubbiotti’s luscious surfaces have morphed into crisp-edged, angular shapes reminiscent of the aerial outlines of buildings, architectural footprints for connecting rooms, walkways...
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art: Selections from the Hara Museum’s Permanent Collection
Within the realm of death, science is making hungry progress towards the explication of heretofore "incurable" diseases, and in the realm of life, has, as everyone knows, begun beating a path into that delicate territory of cloned birth. The focus...
De Appel: The World is Fine, We Ourselves Unfortunately Somewhat Less: Ritsaert ten Cate
With works by: Tiong Ang/Roy Villevoye, Erzebet Baerveldt, Francis Bacon, Jan Banning, Johannes Bosboom, Joost van den Broek, Ritsaert ten Cate, Merlijn Doomernik, Marlene Dumas, Albert Eckhout, Ger van Elk, Lucio Fontana, Dominique Ghesquière, Gi...
De Appel: ON PATROL: Artists Explore (In)Security
The exhibition ON PATROL will be officially opened on Friday 28 January at 7.30 p.m. by Boris Dittrich, chairman of the D66 Parliamentary party.
Marc Bijl, Sophie Calle, Ergin Cavusoglu, Paul Chan, Claudia Cristovao, ...
Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art: Nedko Solakov: A 12 1/3 (and even more) Year Survey
Conceived as an artistic itinerary leading from one piece to the next, this show will be the first to present side by side most of Nedko Solakov's major works - including New Noah's Ark (1992), The Truth (The Earth is Plane, the World is Flat) (19...
Kettle's Yard Gallery: Claude Heath: Kettle’s Yard and Christ’s College Artist Fellow 2002-2003
These experiments in drawing often serve as starting
points for larger scale works, including paintings and wall-drawings, whose
size offers new interpretations of the imagery. Such imagery may include
the life-mask of his brother, Toby, a leap...
TRANS area: Koo Jeong-a: A Solo Exhibition
about the artist’s practice-
Jeong-a incorporates accumulations of commonplace, everyday materials in her subtle, landscape-like installations such as aspirin, pencils, garbage, and coins. However, the banality of these objects is transforme...
Sprengel Museum: Cloudcatcher: Horst Antes and the Shift in Painting during the 1960s
Antes developed his figure in the post-war years, a period in which abstraction had
been largely accepted as the international art idiom. While the figurative was being
vigorously purged from the picture, Antes worked obsessively...
Appleton Museum of Art: 20th Century Masterworks from the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Toronto
Until now, this collection has not been available for loan during the 100-year history of the AGO. Following their exhibition at Appleton, these masterworks will return to Toronto and be re-installed in the AGO permanent collection galleries. The ...
Irish Museum of Modern Art: Cobra: Copenhagen Brussels Amsterdam
The name Cobra was coined in 1948 by the Belgian poet Christian Dotremont from the three cities where the main participants lived: Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam. Explosively expressive, with an emphasis on myth and the untutored art of child...
van Gogh Museum: Go(gh) Modern
The presentation is subdivided into four sections, each featuring a different aspect of Van Gogh's affect on contemporary art, and includes paintings, sculptures and videos by various artists and movements - from Appel and Kiefer to Nauman and War...
Kunsthalle Bern: Jutta Koether - Aenderungen Aller Art
As critic and editor of the music and pop culture magazine Spex and as performance artist and musician, however, Koether did not fit the typical image of the art scene of that time. Since the start of her artistic career Jutta Koether has sought t...
Walker Art Center: Painting at the Edge
of the World
Rather than presenting a conservative and nostalgic
celebration of the tradition of painterly practice, Painting
at the Edge of the World will provide an examination of
the recent genetic mutation of that tradition. In light of
Photographer's Gallery: Ed van der Elsken: Retrospective of A Dutch Photographer
Ed van der Elsken moved to Paris in 1950, joining many
young Dutch artists and intellectuals seeking respite from the
gloomy aftermath of the war in Amsterdam. Love on the Left
Bank (1956), created during this period, remains his most
Art Gallery of Ontario: Rodney Graham: A Little Thought
This first major North American tour of works by Rodney Graham is jointly organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Graham’s works have been widely shown throughout Canada ...
De Appel: Dark Mirrors from Japan
The impetus for the exhibition was the
celebration of 400 years of relations between the Netherlands and
Yukinori Yanagi and Yoshiko Shimada, both born in 1959, are quite
different from the artists of the younger generation. ...
Guggenheim Museum: Hugo Boss Prize 2002 Finalists Announced
On behalf of the jury, I’m delighted to announce the shortlist for the HUGO BOSS PRIZE: 2002, said Thomas Krens. The biennial prize has become an integral component of the Guggenheim Museum’s contemporary art programming since its inception in 1...
Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery: Passport to Paradise: Works by Ian Carr-Harris, Janet Cardiff and
"In [Ian Carr-Harris‚s] accomplished works, Toronto‚s veteran
conceptualist, teacher and former Ontario College of Art and Design
librarian (he now teaches art at the college) presents extremes of
materiality and ephemerality."...
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