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Date: Thursday, 02 Oct 2014 04:40
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Bass Museum of Art presents GOLD, featuring artworks by contemporary artists who physically or conceptually utilize gold in their practice. The 24 international artists in GOLD examine the multitude of ideas with which the material is associated, using gold to reinforce or challenge notions of transformation, beauty, spirituality, and values, both economic and moral.  Curated by José Carlos Diaz, Bass Museum of Art Curator of Exhibitions, GOLD is comprised of 30 works by artists Olga de Amaral, Eric Baudart, Carlos Betancourt, Chris Burden, James Lee Byars, Elmgreen and Dragset, Dario Escobar, Sylvie Fleury, Cyprien Gaillard, Patricia M.
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Date: Thursday, 02 Oct 2014 04:40
The Institute of Modern Art (IMA) and its recently appointed Directors, Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh, are delighted to announce the re-launch of its venue on 11 October. The IMA will reopen with an updated premises designed by Berlin-based Studio Miessen, a collaborative agency for spatial strategy and cultural analysis, which will include a new branch of Motto, a worldwide network of stores dedicated to books, magazines, artists' publications, and editions.  The Directors' inaugural program features a new body of works by Dublin-based artist Sarah Browne, Hand to Mouth, alongside a survey of New York–based Mierle Laderman Ukeles's Maintenance Art Works, which were produced between 1969 and1980.
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Date: Thursday, 02 Oct 2014 04:40
Akbank Sanat opens the 2014–15 season with one of the most prominent founders of the conceptual art of the 20th century, conceptual artist and poet Marcel Broodthaers, who is regarded to be an école in his own right. Besides using writing, words and text as subjects in his wide-ranging conceptual works, Broodthaers has also situated "ready-mades" at the center of his work. Moreover, after a while he started studying extensively at the conceptual level and built the backbone of his art from concepts.
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Date: Thursday, 02 Oct 2014 04:40
On June 10, 2010, art-agenda published its first review. It was a two-part reflection on the 6th Berlin Biennale: a lengthy, detailed examination of the exhibition, which clearly expressed our intention of bringing to online publishing the quality, depth, analysis, and editing that were until then associated primarily with print publications.   People used to think that the attention span of internet readers was the same as that of a goldfish. But it is clear now that this was a misconception, as most of what we read today is published online, and by the time reviews are published in print magazines, an opinion has already been formed.
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Date: Thursday, 02 Oct 2014 04:40
Download the October issue of Artforum, available now on the iTunes newsstand. And get the iPhone app for artguide—the art world's most comprehensive directory of exhibitions, events, and art fairs in more than 500 cities—here.   This month in Artforum: "Minor Threat": Branden W. Joseph on desire and terror in the art of Cameron Jamie: "If Jamie is a 'backyard anthropologist,' his backyard in some sense remains the San Fernando Valley, where he grew up—which he calls 'horrible,' 'a very small and dead world.
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Date: Thursday, 02 Oct 2014 04:40
Using radio, we transpose our work and the skills of the choreographer by applying his/her injunctions, orders and incentives to the listener. The displacement of the choreographer's authority through the use of radio plays with the qualities and restrictions of the radio system itself. Our strategy lies in combining the specific character of radio and the choreographer's authoritarian ascendancy over the body to highlight which specific conditioning and regulations our society casts over individuals.
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Date: Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 19:42
A unique culture has for generations developed on the Kunisaki Peninsula due to a blending of local and introduced elements. Now, through this new encounter between artistic visions and this land’s power, history and culture, we will witness the birth of unique artworks that could not have been made anywhere else. The festival will be centered around the three pillars of site specific works—which will be located during the festival in small villages along the coast and in the mountains—performance projects and residence projects, but it will also include trekking-hybrid tours, talks and much more.
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Date: Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 19:42
KP Brehmer (1938–97) found new ways to visualise global capitalism which are of increasing relevance today. In collaboration with his Estate, this exhibition presents drawings, prints, paintings, films, objects and publications, many of which have never been exhibited before. This is the first solo exhibition of Brehmer's work in the UK.   The earliest works in this exhibition are associated with Capitalist Realism, often conflated with Pop Art, which artists including Brehmer, Konrad Lueg, Sigmar Polke and Gerhard Richter developed through René Block's gallery in Berlin between 1964 and 1971.
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Date: Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 19:42
With Les temps inachevés, the Casino Luxembourg – Forum d'art contemporain presents a major solo exhibition by Canadian artist Patrick Bernatchez featuring a multidisciplinary body of work (films, sculptures, drawings, installations and music) that revolves around the central notions of space, time and duration. The show includes two major groups of works: Chrysalides (2006–13) and Lost in Time (2009–14).  Both groups were developed over several years and neither has a clearly defined ending, since the artist has left openings that allow him to take them a step further at any time.
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Date: Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 19:42
On the occasion of the 130th anniversary of The National Gallery of Iceland, and in collaboration with artists Steina and Woody Vasulka, we proudly launch Vasulka Chamber (Vasulka-stofa), department of video and media art in Iceland at the National Gallery of Iceland.  Vasulka Chamber, initiated by The National Gallery of Iceland and VASULKA Inc., includes a part of the archive of the Vasulkas, oversees and facilitates further research on media art with the specific aim to preserve and mediate Icelandic art that relates to video, digital and multimedia art, just as the museum is devoted to the preservation of art of non-electronic mediums.
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Date: Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 19:42
The Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Art is the largest Dutch prize for the visual arts that is financed by a private fund, the Dr A.H. Heineken Foundation for Art. Van Oldenborgh will receive 100,000 EUR, of which half is intended for a publication and/or exhibition.  Alfred Heineken established this prize in recognition of and as encouragement for artistic talent in the Netherlands. The Foundation has been conferring this biennial prize since 1988 on an outstanding artist who lives and works in the Netherlands.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
Fogo Island Arts is pleased to present a major new piece by Hannah Rickards. Grey light. Left and right back, high up, two small windows (2014) is a two-screen projected video installation with eight channels of sound. Structured rhythmically around the pattern of a foghorn sounding, the piece finds its origins in the notion of the foghorn as an auditory marker for non-visibility, or imagelessness.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
Download the WdW Review app on iOS and Android for a series of essays, reflections, drawings, and conversations about Witte de With's ever-expanding spheres of action in an age of constant reformations, be they aesthetic, geographic, economic, communal, ecological, and even spiritual. New texts are published weekly. WdW Review receives regular contributions from desks around the world, such as Athens: Yanis Varoufakis; Cairo: Yasmine El Rashidi; Delhi: Ruchir Joshi; Istanbul: Binnaz Saktanber; Jerusalem: Tirdad Zolghadr; Moscow: Ekaterina Degot; and Shanghai: Nick Land.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
Conceived as an exhibition space for postwar German modernism, the Kunsthaus Dahlem will open to the public in summer 2015 in Berlin, Germany. It will present exhibitions and programs that explore modern German art from the post-war era (1945 to 1961). In addition to its exhibitions, on-site and online programs will reinforce its role as a center for research and scholarship. All activities are designed to engage artists, writers, students, scholars and a wide public audience.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
Memory is retrospective per se. It does not commence before the experience it recollects has concluded. As the past's presence in today's present it shapes our understanding of history. Yet over time, memory based on experience is transmuted into a past that eludes such experience.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
apexart opens our 18th season of the Unsolicited Proposal Program, which uses democratic processes to determine our upcoming exhibition season. – Submit a proposal for an idea-driven group exhibition.  – Submissions consist of text up to 500 words. No images or links accepted. – apexart assembles an international jury of over 100 creative professionals who vote on submissions online. – apexart's custom-made computer script crowd sources these votes and determines which three proposals received the highest scores.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
Petach Tikva Museum of Art celebrates the tenth anniversary of its reopening with  a new exhibition that explores the experience of transition to a post-global world in the work of contemporary Israeli and international artists. The exhibition Recalculating Route is presented as part of the 4th International Mediations Biennale Poznań, Poland. A joint frame of art events and exhibitions held this year in 14 cities around the world under the umbrella title Post-Globalism, it strives to create a network between different, remote cities, including New York and Hiroshima, Istanbul and Hanover, Petach Tikva (Israel) and Maputo (Mozambique), San Diego and Montevideo (Uruguay).
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
Since the early 1990s, the French artist Sylvie Blocher has built up a body of video work that takes the human as its material—one that is fragile and unpredictable but charged with extreme presence. She engages with a poetics of relation, emancipation, the questioning of identities, the writing of history, the permeability of the masculine/feminine border, and codes of representation in a world under control.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
DIS is appointed as curatorial team of the 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art KW Institute for Contemporary Art as organizer of the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, which is funded by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Cultural Foundation), is delighted to announce the appointment of the New York-based collective DIS, composed of Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso, and David Toro, as curatorial team of the 9th Berlin Biennale. The 9th Berlin Biennale will take place in early summer 2016. The cultural interventions of DIS are manifest across a range of media and platforms, from site-specific museum and gallery exhibitions such as DIS Image Studio (2013, The Suzanne Geiss Company, New York), ProBio at EXPO 1: New York (2013, MoMA PS1, New York) or Dressing the Screen for the British Council (2012, UCCA, Beijing) to ongoing online projects which most notably include DIS Magazine, a virtual platform that examines art, fashion, music, and culture, constructing and supporting new creative practices.
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Date: Monday, 29 Sep 2014 10:50
The October issue of frieze is out now, featuring Shahryar Nashat, Bruce McLean and artist duo Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, plus all our regular columns and reviews from around the world. Ahead of her solo show at the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein in December, Turner Prize-winning artist Laure Prouvost talks to Zoe Pilger about translation, erotic films and trying to make sense of the world. "I'm interested in combining the very normal with a kind of miracle, like a vegetable falling from the sky." Influences: Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard Following the release of their award-winning film about musician Nick Cave, 20,000 Days on Earth (2014), artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard describe the music, films, plays and art that have shaped the evolution of their creative imaginations.
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