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Make Art, Not Walls | Art Talk with Edward Goldman on KCRW

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Tonight, I want to tell you about an amazing event, which is happening – yes – now, at this very moment. And, if you are listening, my advice is to drop whatever you are doing and get yourself to Bergamot Station.
 

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Tonight, from 6 to 9 pm, there is a unique event taking place there – at RoseGallery – an opening reception for the exhibition, MAKE ART NOT WALLS. This exhibition aims to support and celebrate the life and art of a group of refugees and migrants from Nigeria and Gambia who are currently seeking asylum in Italy.
This title, MAKE ART NOT WALLS, comes from an Italian art organization of the same name, founded by Virginia Ryan, who, with a group of volunteers, provides West African refugees with space and donated art materials to tell their dramatic and often painful stories of escape and survival.

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ROSEGALLERY presents PhotoGRAPHIC: The Life of Graciela Iturbide

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ROSEGALLERY presents PhotoGRAPHIC, an exhibition of the upcoming graphic novelPhotoGRAPHIC: The Life of Graciela Iturbide, published by the J. Paul GettyAccompanying works by the legendary photographer, ROSEGALLERY will present the novel in its entirety, with original drawings by Zeke Peña and prose by Isabel Quintero. Photographs, illustrations and prose come together to illuminate the artistic power of Iturbide’s life and work.

Presenting the multifaceted manifestations of her story, the exhibition will run from 8 September 2017 until 21 October 2017, with a public opening on the 8th of September. 

Just as in the graphic novel about her life, Graciela Iturbide’s work exists at the intersection of captivating imagery and poetic language. Born in Mexico in 1942, Iturbide studied photography under the Mexican icon Manuel Álvarez Bravo, a contemporary of Tina Modotti, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. With the uniqueness of her own eye, Iturbide captured her surroundings in intimate and empowering expressions. Often highly metaphorical, Iturbide’s photographs visually and poetically connect her own surroundings with a deeper understanding of the world. 

Told through text, illustrations and Iturbide’s photographs, Photographic: The Life of Graciela Iturbidedelves into Iturbide’s history and photographic works with the guiding vision of the artist herself. From the Sonora Desert to Juchitán, India and the American South, the graphic novel tells of Iturbide’s explorations throughout the world, all caught through the lens of her camera. In the beginning pages of the graphic novel, it states, “Graciela Iturbide is a photographer. She is an icon. Orgullo mexicano. Maestra.” With her masterfully crafted photographs, Iturbide proves each title true. Iturbide’s exploration of often overlooked and eclectic subjects brings a range of perspectives to her work and her own story. Each image transcends the border between reality and myth. Birds come to her through many of her dreams and often reappear in flight in her photographs, tracing a line through her imagination and her world in the poetic language of their collective motion. Following the trail of birds on the walls of PhotoGRAPHIC, one may glimpse into the rhythm of Iturbide’s vision as her story unfolds.


image credit: Pages from Photographic: The Life of Graciela Iturbide © 2018 J. Paul Getty Trust, www.getty.edu/publications . Text © Isabel Quintero, illustrations © Zeke Pefia, photographs © Graciela Iturbide.

PHOTOGRAPHIC: The Life of Graciela Iturbide

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Friday, 8 September, on view until 21 October, 2017

ROSEGALLERY presents Photographic: The Life of Graciela Iturbide, the forthcoming graphic novel about Graciela Iturbide, published by The Getty Publications in Fall of 2017. Pages from the graphic novel will be exhibited as a narrative along the gallery walls, interlaced with pages from the graphic novel, photographic prints by Graciela Iturbide and original illustrations by Zeke Peña.
The exhibition will be open to the public during our normal business hours of 10 am to 6 pm on Friday, 8 September.

Pages from Photographic: The Life of Graciela Iturbide © 2018 J. Paul Getty Trust,  www.getty.edu/publications . Text © Isabel Quintero, illustrations © Zeke Pefia, photographs © Graciela Iturbide.


Pages from Photographic: The Life of Graciela Iturbide © 2018 J. Paul Getty Trust, www.getty.edu/publications. Text © Isabel Quintero, illustrations © Zeke Pefia, photographs © Graciela Iturbide.

Jo Ann Callis on view in exhibition Dreamers Awake at White Cube Gallery

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Jo Ann Callis will be on view at White Cube Gallery in the group show "Dreamers Awake", a major exhibition exploring the enduring influence of Surrealism from the 1930s to the present day.  Curated by Susanna Greeves

Jo Ann Callis, Untitled, from Early Color Portfolio Circa 1976

Jo Ann Callis, Untitled, from Early Color Portfolio Circa 1976

"This thematic exhibition brings together over 100 works by women artists to explore sexual politics, eroticism, mysticism and identity. Rarely seen paintings by key figures associated with the original Surrealist movement, such as Eileen Agar and Leonora Carrington, are shown alongside modern and contemporary artists including Louise Bourgeois & Tracey Emin, Claude Cahun, Mona Hatoum, Linder, Laurie Simmons, Gillian Wearing, Hannah Wilke and many more."

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Dirk Braeckman - Belgian Representative at 57th Venice Biennale

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Dirk Braeckman is this year's Belgian Representative at the 57th Venice Biennale.  Together with curator Eva Wittocx, Braeckman's exhibition presents a full oeuvre of work, including new and unique photographs.


AnOther Magazine
Dirk Braeckman’s Bewitching Display for Venice Biennale

“The spectacle will be in the picture”: the photographer shares the beautiful and haunting photographs that will fill the Belgian pavilion from this weekend

from the series 27.1 / 21.7 / 010 – 014 / 2014© Dirk Braeckman / Courtesy of Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp

from the series 27.1 / 21.7 / 010 – 014 / 2014© Dirk Braeckman / Courtesy of Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp

It’s easy to lose yourself in the act of looking when you’re in front of an image by Dirk Braeckman. There’s an energy reverberating in the darkness of his photographs that draws you into another dimension – where the eyes simultaneously linger over the surface of the image and orbit around the emerging contours of objects, scenes and bodies that seem to possess lives of their own. For a moment, the allure of these mysterious details offers a much-needed mental detour from the stories we tell ourselves.

Braeckman is representing Belgium at the 57th Venice Biennale with a new series of monumental photographic prints, all of them black and white and on baryta paper. Born in Eeklo, Belgium, the Ghent-based photographer shoots only analogue, and always showcases his images unglazed and uncovered. Without any physical interference, the eye can directly wander along the ridges, fissures and fragments of enigmatic forms, diverting attention from any particular narrative. After all, Braeckman is not interested in crafting narratives, abiding to a specific theme nor capturing reality in his work, the artist is adamant on creating an atmosphere. “I’m not a storyteller, I’m an imagemaker,” he tells AnOther. “The story is made in the mind of the viewer.”

Read on at anothermag.com


THE WORD
Eva Wittocx on Dirk Braeckman’s show for the Belgian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennial

"Unlike most photographers, where the centre of the image contains the most important information, Dirk constructs the images from the edges of the composition inwards."


Curator for Dirk Braeckman's exhibition at the 57th Venice Biennale Eva Wittocx spoke to Sophie Verhulst about the upcoming extravaganza.

"Eva Wittocx, senior curator at Museum M in Leuven and curator of the show, looks delighted. “The show is turning out great, everything is coming together. We’ve got a few loose ends to tie up but overall, we’re ready.”, she explains. The building of the Belgian pavilion in Venice has been renovated over the winter, new skylights were installed and the rooms received a fresh coat of paint. “We don’t have a specific scenography, so the building needed to be in perfect shape for the focus to be on the work. It’s part of Dirk’s practice to create every exhibition anew, within the environment.”, Eva continues, while mentioning that they sent over quite a large shipment to Venice, one that included more works than they could show. “That way, we were able to explore several options and had the freedom to see what worked in the space and which combinations of works we would eventually show.” Working with neither themes nor series, Eva points out that this exactly why Braeckman’s old and new work seamlessly fit together, that the magic of the show is all in the combinations of autonomous works."

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Sebastian Riemer on view at Museum Folkwang

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Sebastian Riemer, Bogomir Ecker and Thomas Ruff are in the group show 6 1/2 Weeks: Ecker Riemer Ruff: Retouched" at the Museum Folkwang in Germany. The work will be on view from April 20 – June 5, 2017.

Sebastian Riemer,   Speed Skater (Leow) , 2017

Sebastian Riemer, Speed Skater (Leow), 2017

"The second installment in the new 6 ½ Weeks exhibition series brings together works by Bogomir Ecker, Sebastian Riemer and Thomas Ruff, pieces that share clear common ground. For they all feature press photos from dissolved newspaper archives. These form the starting point for their very different reflections on the photographed picture."

Read more about the exhibition HERE.

"Not From Here" reviewed on ArtDaily.org

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Our exhibition Not From Here was reviewed on ArtDaily.com!  Read below:

 
 

"Using the traditional medium of egg tempera, McCracken makes complex geometric abstract paintings. Hard-edged, luminous colour shapes and lines overlap, outline and crisscross the multi faceted colour field, creating new interwoven geometric spaces. Flowing painted lines, tracing pathways, travel across the painting, draw the viewers gaze around the panel. The viewer is encouraged to take time and traverse the unique pictorial universe existing within the edges of the panel. 

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Working primarily with paper and card, pigment and linseed oil. Müller bends, scores, folds and teases the material into his distinctive three-dimensional forms in which both positive and negative spaces are at play with one another. Müller creates architectural / sculptural forms which although non-representational reference the body, wall based and tabletop pieces are domestic and human in scale. There is little ‘colour’ in these sun bleached pieces, subtle variations in tones of ivory and white, allow light to play an important role in defining the forms. The tactile surfaces and haptic nature of these organic/architectural shapes are at once familiar and strange, making one think of a pale skin drawn tight, wrapping space. Their textures and scored lines remind the viewer of industrial design and manufacturing techniques that are then confounded by the artists choice of material – humble paper, elegantly elevated to the status of carved marble. 

With his minimalist, architectural sculptures, Müller bridges the experience of the eye with the body. He merges the environment and surroundings into his work, creating an installation that engages the viewer through thoughtful placement and a deep understanding of light, space and tactility."

Read the full review on artdaily.com

Elger Esser Artist-lead tour at Parasol Unit in London in May

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Elger Esser will lead a walking tour through his exhibition Morgenland on 17 May, 2017 at Parasol Unit gallery in London.

Elger Esser,  Shivta ,  Israel , 2015. C-print, Alu-Dibond.

Elger Esser, Shivta, Israel, 2015. C-print, Alu-Dibond.

This exhibition, his first solo show in a public institution in the United Kingdom, focuses on a new series of works, entitled Morgenland (meaning 'Morning Land'), created during his travels in the Eastern countries of Lebanon, Egypt and Israel from 2004 to 2015.

Artist talk will be at 7PM at Parasol Unit - RSVP required.  More information HERE

The exhibition Morgenland will be from 29 March – 21 May 2017 at Parasol Unit.

Source: http://www.parasol-unit.org/elger-esser-mo...