ArtSlant - Recently added en-us 40 Thomas John Shillea - Allentown Art Museum - July 2nd - September 28th <p>Thomas Shillea&rsquo;s photographs capture a full range of human feeling, from the poetic and spiritual to the dramatic and sensual. What is most striking is his consistency of vision: in portraits of ordinary people, studio nudes, drag queens, or celebrities, including Sissy Spacek and Coretta Scott King. Currently the Director of Art Programs at Northampton Community College, Shillea has an MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology. There, he revived the nineteenth-century printing process called the Platinotype that was popular with pictorial photographers such as Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen. Platinum prints have a subtly and richness not found in traditional gelatin silver prints and allow individual hand control, as the emulsion is applied with a brush.</p> Fri, 29 Aug 2014 09:13:04 +0000 Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Emily Lombardo, Enrique Chagoya, Edward Hagedorn - Allentown Art Museum - June 8th - September 7th <p><em>Los Caprichos</em>, a set of eighty etchings by Spanish artist Francisco Jos&eacute; de Goya y Lucientes (1746&ndash;1828), is one of the most influential series of graphic images in the history of Western art. Enigmatic and controversial,&nbsp;<em>Los Caprichos</em>&mdash;meaning &ldquo;follies&rdquo; or &ldquo;caprices&rdquo;―was created during a time of social repression and economic crisis in Spain. Influenced by Enlightenment thinking, Goya made a groundbreaking analysis of the human condition, denouncing superstitions and social abuses. This rare first edition, published in 1799, is one of four sets of the series purchased by the forward-thinking Duke and Duchess of Osuna, who were aware that Goya was lampooning their fellow nobles and the Inquisition.</p> <p>The exhibition will also feature works by contemporary artists Emily Lombardo and Enrique Chagoya, and by Edward Hagedorn from 1925, that relate&nbsp;<em>Los Caprichos</em>&nbsp;to our own troubled times.</p> Fri, 29 Aug 2014 09:09:09 +0000 Francesco Guardi, Domenichino, Sandro Botticelli, Andrea Casali, Giovanni Bellini, Salvator Rosa, Titian - Allentown Art Museum - June 8th - September 7th <p>With works by some of the greatest names in European art,&nbsp;<em>Of Heaven and Earth: 500 Years of Italian Painting from Glasgow Museums</em>examines the thematic and stylistic developments in Italian art, from the religious paintings of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance to the secular neoclassical and genre paintings of the nineteenth century. The exhibition's summer 2014 stop at the Allentown Art Museum is its only appearance on the East Coast. Organized into five chronological sections,&nbsp;<em>Of Heaven and Earth</em>&nbsp;includes paintings originating from the principal artistic centers of Italy&mdash;Rome, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Siena, Naples, and Venice&mdash;and presents the works of artists such as Giovanni Bellini, Sandro Botticelli, Domenichino, Francesco Guardi, Salvator Rosa, and Titian alongside those of lesser-known masters. Many of these works were conserved specifically in anticipation of this tour. The exhibition highlights significant new research and discoveries relating to attribution, dates, provenance, infrared analysis, and the reconstruction of fragmented altarpieces. The accompanying catalogue features essays on Glasgow&rsquo;s collections and the museum&rsquo;s Italian paintings by Guest Curator Peter Humfrey, an internationally renowned specialist in Italian art history who teaches at the University of St. Andrews. After its run at the Allentown Art Museum, the exhibition will continue on to the Milwaukee Art Museum (October 1, 2014&ndash;January 4, 2015) and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (February 6, 2015&ndash;May 3, 2015). It previously appeared at the&nbsp;Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.</p> Fri, 29 Aug 2014 09:03:29 +0000 Louis Aston Knight, Daniel Ridgway Knight, Richard Redgrave, Detlev Nitschke, Jean-Louis-Ernst Meissonier - Allentown Art Museum - May 18th - September 14th <p>The paintings in the exhibition&nbsp;<em>Destinations in Paintings: Kasten Collection&nbsp;</em>depict scenes from artists&rsquo; travels. Viewing them is like being transported to another time&mdash;from the 1860s through the 1920s&mdash;and to other places including Europe and Asia. During the second half of the nineteenth century, new modes of transportation (trains and luxury ships) made it possible for middle-class artists to study, live, and travel abroad. These realist painters who illustrated their journeys belonged to a new international art world, marked by transnational exhibitions and world&rsquo;s fairs. This exhibition features thirty-two paintings by twenty-eight artists from seven countries, including the Frenchman Jean-Louis-Ernst Meissonier, Great Britain&rsquo;s Richard Redgrave, Philadelphia native Daniel Ridgway Knight, and his son Louis Aston Knight, who was born in France.</p> Fri, 29 Aug 2014 08:57:18 +0000 Group Show - No Vacancy Fed Square: Project Space - September 8th - September 28th <h4 style="text-align: justify;"><strong>20 artists from 9 countries&nbsp;</strong><strong>inspired by the journeys of 8 million birds</strong></h4> <p style="text-align: justify;">The Flyway Print Exchange is an international environmental art project featuring 20 artists from 9 different countries, linked by the East-Asian Australasian Flyway.&nbsp;The Flyway describes the route flown twice-annually by Australia&rsquo;s migratory shorebirds, to and from their breeding grounds above the Arctic Circle.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The artists, from New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, India, China, Japan, South Korea and the USA, have all created an edition of original prints to exchange, exhibit and sell. Techniques include woodblock printing, silkscreen, digital, etching, linocutting, stencilling and more. The artists are donating all proceeds from print sales to BirdLife Australia&rsquo;s shorebird research programs.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The Flyway Print Exchange exhibition in Melbourne will feature two sets of prints: one pristine and framed, the other one worn and weathered, which has been posted without protection along the Flyway from New Zealand to Alaska and back to echo the birds&rsquo; journeys.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Australia:</strong> Alexis Beckett; Kate Gorringe-Smith; Helen Kocis Edwards;&nbsp;Amanda O&rsquo;Sullivan; Vida Pearson<br /> <strong>New Zealand:</strong> Celia Walker<br /> <strong>Indonesia:</strong> Syahrizal Pahlevi<br /> <strong>Singapore:</strong> Tham Pui San<br /> <strong>India:</strong> Radhika Gupta; Kavita Shah<br /> <strong>South Korea:</strong> Hyun Tae Lee<br /> <strong>Japan:</strong> Kyoko Imazu<br /> <strong>China:</strong> Cui Xiao Hua; Ni Jianming; Feng Jiaming<br /> <strong>USA (Alaska):</strong> Garry Kaulitz; Edwin Mighell</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">After the inaugural exhibition which will be held in Melbourne, Australia in the second half of 2014, we hope to exhibit in and outside Australia to exhibit the Flyway Print Exchange.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Sponsored by Melbourne Water</strong></p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:02:26 +0000 - EXPO CHICAGO - September 19th - September 21st <h4 class="rtejustify"><strong>Friday, September 19</strong></h4> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>11:15 am&nbsp;</strong><strong>|&nbsp;</strong><strong>The Contemporary Foundation</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Elizabeth Smith, Joel Wachs and Christy MacLear In Conversation</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Executive Director of the&nbsp;Helen Frankenthaler Foundation&nbsp;<strong>Elizabeth&nbsp;Smith</strong>, President of the Warhol Foundation&nbsp;<strong>Joel Wachs</strong>&nbsp;and Executive Director of the Rauschenberg Foundation&nbsp;<strong>Christy MacLear&nbsp;</strong>join together to discuss each of their respective foundations&rsquo; initiatives within their contemporary practice in order to increase public engagement. The talk will focus on various tactics used by each foundation &mdash; bestowing grants to other institutions and artists, legacy programs and holding talks throughout the year to educate the public on various cultural concerns.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>12:45 am&nbsp;</strong><strong>|&nbsp;</strong><strong>The State of the Midwest Museum</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Christopher Atkins, Rose Bouthillier and Tricia Paik In Conversation</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">This discussion will present three curators working in prominent Midwestern institutions, highlighting their focus on the forward-thinking programming that often surpasses more well-known institutions in bravado and ground-breaking concepts. Participants include Coordinator of the Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts&nbsp;<strong>Christopher Atkins</strong>, Associate Curator and Publications Manager at MOCA Cleveland&nbsp;<strong>Rose Bouthillier</strong>&nbsp;and Curator at the Indianapolis Museum of Art&nbsp;<strong>Tricia Paik.</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>2:00 pm&nbsp;</strong><strong>| /</strong><strong>Dialogues Highlight</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Ryan Gander In Conversation with Hamza Walker</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Associate Curator and Director of Education at The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago&nbsp;<strong>Hamza Walker</strong>&nbsp;will speak with internationally noted conceptual artist&nbsp;<strong>Ryan Gander&nbsp;</strong>(Lisson Gallery) about his extraordinary practice, including his &ldquo;Per/Form&rdquo; installation at CA2M in Madrid and his upcoming exhibition at the prestigious Mostyn Gallery in Wales.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>4:00 pm&nbsp;</strong><strong>|&nbsp;</strong><strong>Collecting: Challenges in a New World</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Sandra Guthman, R. Hugh Magill, Canice Prendergast and Dorsey Waxter,&nbsp;</em><em>moderated by Brook S. Mason.<br />S</em><em>ponsored by Northern Trust</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">This panel discussion will present diverse viewpoints from a prominent collector, a gallerist, an academic, a lawyer and a journalist examining the challenges of art collecting and new shifts in the market and how to access the market in a fast paced world. Moderated by the U.S. Correspondent for &ldquo;The Art Newspaper,&rdquo; and many other publications&nbsp;<strong>Brook S. Mason</strong>, panelists will include Collector and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Polk Bros. Foundation&nbsp;<strong>Sandra Guthman</strong>; Executive Vice President at The Northern Trust, Chicago&nbsp;<strong>R.</strong>&nbsp;<strong>Hugh Magill</strong>; Professor of Economics, Booth School, University of Chicago&nbsp;<strong>Canice Prendergast</strong>; and Principal, Dorsey Van Waxter Gallery and President of the Art Dealers Association of America&nbsp;<strong>Dorsey Waxter</strong>.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>5:30 pm&nbsp;</strong><strong>|&nbsp;</strong><strong>In Conversation: French Curator Exchange</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Naomi Beckwith, Guillaume D&eacute;sanges and Matthieu Poirier, moderated by Forrest Nash</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Moderated by Founder of &ldquo;Contemporary Art Daily&rdquo;&nbsp;<strong>Forrest Nash</strong>, this conversation will include Marilyn and Larry Fields Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago&nbsp;<strong>Naomi Beckwith</strong>; Independent Curator and Writer<strong>Guillaume D&eacute;sanges</strong>; and Curator of Exhibitions, Reunion des Mus&eacute;es Nationaux&nbsp;<strong>Matthieu Poirier</strong>&nbsp;discussing a unique curatorial and cultural exchange between Chicago and France happening over the next year, which will culminate with a Special Exhibition at EXPO CHICAGO/2015.</p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>With support from the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States in collaboration with the Institut fran&ccedil;ais.</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h4 class="rtejustify"><strong>Saturday, September 20</strong></h4> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>11:15 am&nbsp;</strong><strong>|&nbsp;</strong><strong>What Do Your Politics Get From Being In My Art?</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Jim Duignan, Michael Rakowitz and Abigail Satinsky, moderated by Duncan MacKenzie</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Moderated by Bad at Sports founder and host&nbsp;<strong>Duncan MacKenzie</strong>, this panel discussion examines what our contemporary art world offers to creative activists by looking at what conditions grow the appetite for political engagement within the art world, and what the art world can do for the causes it portrays. Panelists include Associate Director of Threewalls&nbsp;<strong>Abigail Satinsky</strong>; artist&nbsp;<strong>Michael Rakowitz&nbsp;</strong>(Rhona Hoffman Gallery); and artist&nbsp;<strong>Jim Duignan</strong>.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>12:45 am&nbsp;</strong><strong>| In Conversation:&nbsp;</strong><strong>The Network as Form</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Pablo Helguera and Christian Viveros-Faune In Conversation with Bad at Sports</em></p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>Bad at Sports</strong>&nbsp;will speak with artist&nbsp;<strong>Pablo Helguera</strong>&nbsp;and widely published writer and critic&nbsp;<strong>Christian Viveros-Faune</strong>. This panel will discuss Pablo Helguera&rsquo;s connections between the different regions of the Americas and his infamous project, &ldquo;The School of Panamerican Unrest,&rdquo; in conjunction with his work in the School of the Art Institute&rsquo;s Sullivan Gallery&rsquo;s exhibition entitled &ldquo;A Proximity of Consciousness: Art and Social Action,&rdquo; curated by Mary Jane Jacob.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>2:00 pm&nbsp;</strong><strong>|&nbsp;</strong><strong>In Conversation: (Im)possible Matters</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Franklin Sirmans In Conversation with Tavares Strachan</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Curator of Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art&nbsp;<strong>Franklin Sirmans&nbsp;</strong>discusses artist&nbsp;<strong>Tavares Strachan</strong>&rsquo;s (Kavi Gupta CHICAGO | BERLIN) conceptual installations that investigate science, technology, mythology, history and exploration. Strachan&rsquo;s work represented the Bahamas in the 55th Venice Biennale.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>3:30 pm&nbsp;</strong><strong>| /Dialogues&nbsp;</strong><strong>Highlight: The Physical Importance of Performance Art</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Eric Shiner In Conversation with RoseLee Goldberg</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Performa Founder and Director<strong>&nbsp;RoseLee Goldberg</strong>&nbsp;will speak with the Director of The Andy Warhol Museum&nbsp;<strong>Eric Shiner</strong>about the literal and figurative impact of performance art within the contemporary art world.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>5:00 pm | In Conversation: ART21 &ndash; Season 7</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>James Cohan and Arlene Shechet In Conversation with Bad at Sports</em></p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>Bad at Sports&nbsp;</strong>will speak with Owner of James Cohan Gallery and &ldquo;Art21&rdquo; Board member&nbsp;<strong>James Cohan&nbsp;</strong>and &ldquo;Art in the Twenty-First Century,&rdquo; Season 7 artist&nbsp;<strong>Arlene Shechet</strong>.</p> <p class="rtejustify">Providing unique access to some of the most compelling artists of our time, the new season of &ldquo;ART21&rdquo;&mdash;premiering October 2014&mdash;features a dozen artists from the United States, Europe and Latin America, and transports viewers to artistic projects across the country and around the world.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h4 class="rtejustify"><strong>Sunday, September 21</strong></h4> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>11:30 am&nbsp;</strong><strong>| /Dialogues&nbsp;</strong><strong>Highlight: The Open Road</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Justine Kurland and Alec Soth In Conversation with Denise Wolff</em><br /><em>Presented by the Aperture Foundation</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Artists<strong>&nbsp;Justine Kurland</strong>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<strong>Alec Soth&nbsp;</strong>(Weinstein Gallery) will speak with &ldquo;Aperture&rdquo; Photobook Editor&nbsp;<strong>Denise Wolff</strong>about &ldquo;The&nbsp;Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip,&rdquo; the first survey book to consider the American road trip as a photographic genre. The book presents some of the best-loved photography, and the story of the open road as photographer&rsquo;s muse.&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> <p class="rtejustify"><strong>1:00 pm&nbsp;</strong><strong>|&nbsp;</strong><strong>Sculpture/Culture</strong></p> <p class="rtejustify"><em>Orly Genger and Hank Willis Thomas In Conversation with Marilu Knode</em></p> <p class="rtejustify">Artists&nbsp;<strong>Orly Genger&nbsp;</strong>(Rhona Hoffman Gallery) and&nbsp;<strong>Hank Willis Thomas</strong>&nbsp;(moniquemeloche) will engage in a conversation with Laumeier Sculpture Center Executive Director&nbsp;<strong>Marilu Knode&nbsp;</strong>focusing on the unique role that public sculpture and collaborative projects play in popular culture.</p> <p class="rtejustify">&nbsp;</p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 22:11:07 +0000 - EXPO CHICAGO - September 18th - September 21st <h3>Hours &amp; Admission</h3> <p><strong>VERNISSAGE</strong><br />Thursday, September 18 | 6:00pm&ndash;9:00pm<br /><br /><strong>HOURS</strong><br />Friday, September 19 | 11:00am&ndash;7:00pm<br />Saturday, September 20 | 11:00am&ndash;7:00pm<br />Sunday, September 21 | 11:00am&ndash;6:00pm</p> <p><strong>TICKETS</strong></p> <table class="table"> <tbody> <tr> <td>EXPO One Day Pass</td> <td>$ 20.00</td> </tr> <tr> <td>EXPO 3-Day Weekend Pass</td> <td>$ 30.00</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <h3>Exhibitors</h3> <ul> <li>Galeria Alvaro Alcazar&nbsp;| Madrid</li> <li>Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Anthony Meier Fine Arts&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="B"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>BASE GALLERY&nbsp;| Tokyo</li> <li>Galerie de Bellefeuille&nbsp;| Montreal</li> <li>John Berggruen Gallery&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li class="exposureItem">Blackston&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Blain|Southern&nbsp;| London, Berlin</li> <li>Marianne Boesky Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Jonathan Boos&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Bortolami&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi&nbsp;| Berlin</li> <li>BORZO modern and contemporary art&nbsp;| Amsterdam</li> <li class="exposureItem">Bourouina&nbsp;| Berlin</li> <li>Russell Bowman Art Advisory&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li class="exposureItem">Brand New Gallery&nbsp;| Milan</li> <li>Rena Bransten Projects&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="C"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>CABINET&nbsp;| London</li> <li class="exposureItem">Callicoon Fine Arts&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Valerie Carberry Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li class="exposureItem">Carroll / Fletcher&nbsp;| London</li> <li>David Castillo Gallery&nbsp;| Miami</li> <li>Cernuda Arte&nbsp;| Coral Gables</li> <li>Chambers Fine Art&nbsp;| New York | Beijing</li> <li>James Cohan Gallery&nbsp;| New York | Shanghai</li> <li class="exposureItem">Lisa Cooley&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Corbett vs. Dempsey&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>CRG Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li class="exposureItem">Ana Cristea Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="D"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Stephen Daiter Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Maxwell Davidson Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Douglas Dawson&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>DC Moore Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>MASSIMO DE CARLO&nbsp;| Milan | London</li> <li>Debra Force Fine Art, Inc.&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Elizabeth Dee&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="E"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Catherine Edelman Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li class="exposureItem">Eleven Rivington&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="F"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Galerie Forsblom&nbsp;| Helsinki</li> <li>Forum Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Marc Foxx&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Honor Fraser&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Fredericks &amp; Freiser&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Friedman Benda&nbsp;| New York</li> <li class="exposureItem">James Fuentes&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="G"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Galerie Karsten Greve AG&nbsp;| St. Moritz | Paris | Cologne</li> <li>Galeria Hilario Galguera&nbsp;| Mexico City | Berlin</li> <li>Gitterman Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>James Goodman Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Goya Contemporary&nbsp;| Baltimore</li> <li>Garth Greenan Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li class="exposureItem">Greene Exhibitions&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Kavi Gupta CHICAGO | BERLIN&nbsp;| Chicago | Berlin</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="H"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Hackett | Mill&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li>Haines Gallery&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li>Hales Gallery&nbsp;| London</li> <li>Carl Hammer Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Richard Heller Gallery&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Galerie Ernst Hilger/Hilger NEXT&nbsp;| Vienna</li> <li>Hill Gallery&nbsp;| Birmingham | Detroit</li> <li>Nancy Hoffman Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Rhona Hoffman Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li class="exposureItem">Hannah Hoffman Gallery&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Vivian Horan Fine Art&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Edwynn Houk Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="J"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li class="exposureItem">Charlie James Gallery&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Galerie Michael Janssen&nbsp;| Berlin | Singapore</li> <li>Jenkins Johnson Gallery&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="K"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Robert Koch Gallery&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li class="exposureItem">Tristian Koenig&nbsp;| Melbourne</li> <li>Alan Koppel Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="L"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li class="exposureItem">Josh Lilley&nbsp;| London</li> <li>Lisson Gallery&nbsp;| London</li> <li class="exposureItem">Longhouse Projects&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Diana Lowenstein Gallery&nbsp;| Miami</li> <li class="exposureItem">Luce Gallery&nbsp;| Torino</li> <li class="exposureItem">Luis De Jesus Los Angeles&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="M"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Lawrence Markey&nbsp;| San Antonio</li> <li>Matthew Marks Gallery&nbsp;| New York | Los Angeles</li> <li class="exposureItem">Marlborough Chelsea&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Marlborough Gallery&nbsp;| New York | London | Madrid | Monaco | Barcelona</li> <li>Barbara Mathes Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>The Mayor Gallery&nbsp;| London</li> <li>McCormick Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Meessen De Clercq&nbsp;| Brussels</li> <li>Andrea Meislin Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Jerald Melberg Gallery&nbsp;| Charlotte</li> <li>Nicholas Metivier Gallery&nbsp;| Toronto</li> <li>Laurence Miller Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Robert Miller Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>THE MISSION&nbsp;| Chicago | Houston</li> <li>moniquemeloche&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie&nbsp;| Basel</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="N"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li class="exposureItem">Mihai Nicodim Gallery&nbsp;| Los Angeles | Bucharest | Romania</li> <li>Carolina Nitsch&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>David Nolan Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Gallery Wendi Norris&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li>Richard Norton Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="O"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Claire Oliver Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li class="exposureItem">On Stellar Rays&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>One and J. Gallery&nbsp;| Seoul</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="P"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>P.P.O.W&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Gerald Peters&nbsp;| New York | Santa Fe</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="R"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Andrew Rafacz&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Richard Gray Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago | New York</li> <li class="exposureItem">Romer Young Gallery&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li>Michael Rosenfeld Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="S"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Salon 94&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Julie Saul Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Galerie Thomas Schulte&nbsp;| Berlin</li> <li>Carrie Secrist Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Marc Selwyn Fine Art&nbsp;| Beverly Hills</li> <li>William Shearburn Gallery&nbsp;| St. Louis</li> <li>SHOICHIRO&nbsp;| Tokyo, Hong Kong</li> <li>Sicardi Gallery&nbsp;| Houston</li> <li class="exposureItem">TIF SIGFRIDS&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Jessica Silverman Gallery&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li>Manny Silverman Gallery&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> <li>Andr&eacute; Simoens Gallery&nbsp;| Knokke-Zoute</li> <li>Fredric Snitzer Gallery&nbsp;| Miami</li> <li>MARC STRAUS&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="T"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Hollis Taggart Galleries&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Tandem Press&nbsp;| Madison</li> <li>Paul Thiebaud Gallery&nbsp;| San Francisco</li> <li>Cristin Tierney Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="V"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Vincent Vallarino&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Van Doren Waxter&nbsp;| New York</li> <li class="exposureItem">VAN HORN&nbsp;| Dusseldorf</li> <li>Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects&nbsp;| Los Angeles</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="W"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li>Linda Warren Projects&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Weinstein Gallery&nbsp;| Minneapolis</li> <li>Whitestone Gallery&nbsp;| Tokyo</li> <li>Max Wigram Gallery&nbsp;| London</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="Y"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li class="exposureItem">Y Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h1 id="Z"><span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;</span></h1> <ul> <li class="exposureItem">Zieher Smith &amp; Horton&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Zolla/Lieberman Gallery&nbsp;| Chicago</li> <li>Pavel Zoubok Gallery&nbsp;| New York</li> <li>Zurcher&nbsp;| New York | Paris</li> <li>David Zwirner Gallery&nbsp;| New York | London</li> </ul> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 22:11:07 +0000 - ArtInternational Istanbul - September 26th - September 28th <h3>Hours &amp; Admission</h3> <p><strong>HOURS</strong></p> <p>26 September Friday&nbsp;12.00 &ndash; 20.00<br />27 September Saturday&nbsp;12.00 &ndash; 20.00<br />28 September Sunday&nbsp;12.00 &ndash; 18.00</p> <p><strong>TICKETS</strong></p> <p>Adult/day | 30 TL<br />Adult/3 day ticket | 60 TL<br />Student/3 days pass | 15 TL</p> <h3>Exhibitors</h3> <p><span style="font-size: small;">adn galeria, Barcelona</span></p> <p>Akinci, Amsterdam</p> <p>Louise Alexander Gallery,&nbsp;Sardinia</p> <p>Galleri Andersson/Sandstr&ouml;m, Stockholm</p> <p>Andipa Gallery, London</p> <p>.artS&uuml;mer, Istanbul</p> <p>Assar Art Gallery, Tehran</p> <p>Athr Gallery, Jeddah</p> <p><span style="font-size: small;">Helene Bailly Gallery, Paris</span></p> <p>Barbarian Art Gallery,&nbsp;Z&uuml;rich</p> <p>Berloni, London</p> <p>Boccanera, Trento</p> <p>Charim Galerie<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Vienna</span></p> <p>Circle Culture Gallery,&nbsp;Berlin</p> <p>Erika Deak Gallery<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Budapest</span></p> <p>Deweer Gallery, Otegem</p> <p>Dirimart, Istanbul</p> <p>Galerie Dix9 Helene Lacharmoise, Paris</p> <p>Ex Elettrofonica<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Rome</span></p> <p>Galerie Dominique Fiat<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Paris</span></p> <p>Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch, Rome</p> <p>Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki</p> <p>Gazelli Art House<span style="font-size: 12px;">, London/Baku</span></p> <p>Giacomo Guidi Contemporanea, Rome &amp; Milan</p> <p>HADA Contemporary<span style="font-size: 12px;">,&nbsp;London</span></p> <p>Leila Heller Gallery,&nbsp;New York</p> <p>Cecilia Hillstr&ouml;m Gallery, Stockholm</p> <p>Eva Hober, Paris</p> <p>Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco</p> <p>Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London</p> <p>Paul Kasmin Gallery,<span style="font-size: 12px;">&nbsp;New York</span></p> <p>Kerlin Gallery, Dublin</p> <p>Tina Kim, New York</p> <p>Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin</p> <p>Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna</p> <p>Kuckei + Kuckei, Berlin</p> <p>Kukje Gallery, Seoul</p> <p>Pearl Lam Galleries<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Hong Kong, Shanghai &amp; Singapore</span></p> <p>In Situ Fabienne Leclerc, Paris</p> <p>Galerie Lelong, Paris</p> <p>Lisabird Contemporary, Vienna</p> <p>Lisson Gallery, London, Milan &amp; New York</p> <p>Galer&iacute;a Javier L&oacute;pez, Madrid</p> <p>Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm</p> <p>Edouard Malingue Gallery<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Hong Kong</span></p> <p>Galeri Man&acirc;, Istanbul</p> <p>Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris</p> <p>Lehmann Maupin, New York &amp; Hong Kong</p> <p>Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art,&nbsp;Salzburg&nbsp;&amp; Vienna</p> <p>Robert Miller Gallery, New York</p> <p>Galeri Nev<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Ankara</span></p> <p>Galeri Non,&nbsp;Istanbul</p> <p>Officine dell&rsquo;Immagine<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Milan</span></p> <p>Pace,&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 12px;">New York, London, Beijing &amp; Hong Kong</span></p> <p>Paradise Row, London</p> <p>Galerie Paris-Beijing, Paris, Brussels &amp; Beijing</p> <p>Pi Artworks, Istanbul &amp; London</p> <p>PİLOT,&nbsp;Istanbul</p> <p>rosenfeld porcini, London</p> <p>Galerie J&eacute;r&ocirc;me Poggi,&nbsp;Paris</p> <p>RAMPA<span style="font-size: 12px;">,&nbsp;Istanbul</span></p> <p>Repetto, London</p> <p>Raum mit Licht, Vienna</p> <p>Rodeo, Istanbul</p> <p>Studio SALES di Norberto Ruggeri<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Rome</span></p> <p>Sanatorium, Istanbul</p> <p>Sariev Contemporary,&nbsp;Plovdiv</p> <p>Scheublein + Bak, Z&uuml;rich</p> <p>Specta, Copenhagen</p> <p>Tornabuoni Art<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Florence, Milan &amp; Paris</span></p> <p>Galerie UN-SPACED<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Paris</span></p> <p>Galerija Vartai<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Vilnius</span></p> <p>Galerie Nadja Vilenne, Liege</p> <p>waterside contemporary<span style="font-size: 12px;">, London</span></p> <p>Weingr&uuml;ll, Karlsruhe</p> <p>x-ist<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Istanbul</span></p> <p>Galeri Zilberman<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Istanbul</span></p> <p>418 Contemporary Art Gallery<span style="font-size: 12px;">, Bucharest</span></p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 10:29:26 +0000 - Moving Image Istanbul - September 25th - September 28th <p><strong>Hours:</strong><br />Thu, Sept 25, 2014: 17:00 &ndash; 21:00 (Vernissage)<br />Fri, Sept 26, 2014: 12:00 &ndash; 20:00<br />Sat, Sept 27, 2014: 12:00 &ndash; 20:00<br />Sun, Sept 28, 2014: 12:00 &ndash; 18:00</p> <p>Admission:&nbsp;<strong>FREE</strong></p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 09:57:33 +0000 - Summa Art Fair - September 18th - September 21st <h3>Dates &amp; Opening Hours</h3> <ul id="ldates"> <li> <h4>Professional viewing</h4> <ul> <li>Thursday 18th, Noon to 9 pm</li> <li>Friday&nbsp;19th&nbsp;,&nbsp;noon&nbsp;to&nbsp;1pm h</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h4>Open to the public</h4> <ul> <li>Friday&nbsp;19th,&nbsp;from&nbsp;1pm&nbsp;to&nbsp;9 pm</li> <li>Saturday&nbsp;20th,&nbsp;Noon&nbsp;to&nbsp;9 pm</li> <li>Sunday 21st, 11am to 8pm</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h4>Opening</h4> <ul> <li>Thursday&nbsp;18th,&nbsp;Noon</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <div id="ctickets"> <h3>Ticket prices</h3> <ul id="ltickets"> <li><strong>20 &euro;&nbsp;</strong>General Admission</li> <li><strong>12 &euro;&nbsp;</strong>Students/Seniors with valid ID</li> </ul> </div> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 09:30:38 +0000 Gamaliel Rodriguez - Walter Otero Contemporary Art - September 4th 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Thu, 28 Aug 2014 07:26:50 +0000 Pablo del Hierro, Efraín del Hierro, Zuleyka Alejandro, Jimena Lloreda, Jean-Michael Vissepó - Roberto Paradise - August 21st - September 28th <p>In our room for emergent practices, we present the debut at the gallery of&nbsp;<strong>Poncili Creaci&oacute;n</strong>, a multidisciplinary artist collective led by twins Pablo &amp; Efra&iacute;n del Hierro (USA, 1990), Zuleyka Alejandro (Puerto Rico, 1988), Jimena Lloreda (Puerto Rico, 1986) and Jean-Michael Vissep&oacute; (Puerto Rico 1988). About his multifaceted creations, conceived as performing experiences, Poncili says: "our work is visual, auditory and non-verbal. We combine performance, music, visual arts, poetry and puppetry to create an ominous and interactive experience."<br />&nbsp;<br />Since its inception in 2012 in the house/studio of artist Chemi Rosado Seijo (known as&nbsp;<em>Chemi&rsquo;s Room</em>) in Santurce, Poncili has strengthened its presence with two tours throughout the United States and Puerto Rico as well as presentations in the theatre, perfomance and visual arts circuits in a wide number of cities. Using as primary means foam and their bodies (in motion),<strong>Poncili Creaci&oacute;n</strong>&nbsp;will engage the public that night with a performance in which "they seek to inspire/create/instigate creativity as a method to solve practical/personal/social enigmas, in this and other worlds."</p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 07:16:50 +0000 Jesús 'Bubu' Negrón - Roberto Paradise - August 21st - September 27th <p><em>Abstracci&oacute;n de cart&oacute;n y carnaval</em>&nbsp;is&nbsp;<strong>Jes&uacute;s 'Bubu' Negr&oacute;n</strong>&rsquo;s second solo exhibition at the gallery. With his characteristic predilection for everyday materials ("povera"), on this occasion Negr&oacute;n threw himself to the streets to collect the cardboard boxes in which beers are transported from the factory to the&nbsp;different points of sale. On these boxes, and as part of the series&nbsp;<em>Pintar por pintar</em>, Negr&oacute;n decided to work a group of abstract paintings that evoke french&nbsp;<em>Pointillism</em>&nbsp;of the late nineteenth century. The artist commnents that his mark-making technique mimics that of the craftsmen who produce Puerto Rico&rsquo;s typical and exuberant masks (created mostly in the towns of Lo&iacute;za and Ponce). Negr&oacute;n's&nbsp;cardborad pieces conjure&nbsp;the humble spirit and innate poetry of the traditional festivities celebrated in the island&rsquo;s towns while commenting on the current state of contemporary abstraction.</p> <p>In addition, as part of the exhibition, the artist will present two sculptural pieces that are also interactive. Titled&nbsp;<em>Banco</em>&nbsp;<em>mar&iacute;mbula (azul) and Banco Mar&iacute;mbula (amarillo)&nbsp;</em>these two pieces are a new breed of musical instrument that assumes the shape of a public square bench. The artist created these pieces by using the keys of an old Victrola from 1957, inspired by the sound and homemade esthetics of an old Caribbean musical instrument (now in disuse, called the&nbsp;<em>mar&iacute;mbula</em>). Negr&oacute;n conceived the piece as a communal instrument, not to be played solo. At the same time, as if you were in a Museum, Negr&oacute;n sculptures serve as literal benches to sit and contemplate his cardboard abstractions.<br /><br />Key artist of the generation that broke out with force at the beginning of the century and with an extensive curriculum, Negr&oacute;n&rsquo;s practice is characterized by minimal interventions, the re-contextualization of everyday objects and a relational approximation to artistic production as a revealing act of historical, social and economic proportions.&nbsp;<strong>Jes&uacute;s &lsquo;Bubu&rsquo; Negr&oacute;n&nbsp;</strong>(Puerto Rico, 1975) has participated in prestigious international exhibitions such as the Sharjah Biennial (United Arab Emirates, 2007), Whitney Biennial, Day for Night, curated by Chrissie Iles and Philippe Vergne (New York, 2006), Torino Triennale Tremusei curated by Franceso Bonami and Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev (Torino, 2005), among others. Next year, Negr&oacute;n will be participating in the Havanna Biennial (Cuba, 2015).</p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 07:07:44 +0000 Jan Pleitner - Natalia Hug Gallery - September 5th - October 18th Thu, 28 Aug 2014 06:51:31 +0000 Damien Hirst - McCabe Fine Art - August 29th - October 22nd <p>McCabe Fine Art is proud to present the British artist Damien Hirst&rsquo;s (b. 1965) first solo exhibition in Sweden. In the twenty-six years since he emerged as a leading member of the Young British Artists (YBA) movement, Hirst has risen to international fame with iconic works that explore the relationships between art, science, religion, death and beauty.&nbsp;In 2008, the artist created a series of 150 &lsquo;Psalm&rsquo; paintings, each titled after an Old Testament prayer and made up of vibrantly colored, exquisite arrangements of butterfly wings. The visually stunning paintings evoke a universal sense of spirituality, as well as the natural metamorphosis of the butterfly. Alluding to Christian iconography and stained glass windows, they also seem to possess the meditative abstract qualities of Hindu and Buddhist mandalas. The works on display at McCabe Fine Art will be the most significant selection of &lsquo;Psalms&rsquo; ever to have been shown together.</p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 06:43:19 +0000 Daniel Lannes - Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporânea - September 4th - October 4th <p>Com a exposi&ccedil;&atilde;o Costumes, Daniel Lannes retoma e avan&ccedil;a com um tipo de procedimento semelhante ao utilizado na serie &ldquo;safe sex&ldquo;, de 2007. O processo criativo do conjunto que mostramos aqui, assim como o do grupo de trabalhos anterior, &eacute; fundamentado na cria&ccedil;&atilde;o de pinturas com intenso apre&ccedil;o formal e que apresentam cenas ins&oacute;litas que narram pervers&otilde;es a normatividades. Se antes, a refer&ecirc;ncia formal erao pintor Albert Eckhout, agora as manchas de cor de John Singer Sargent e Edouard Manet foram base para o desenvolvimento da s&eacute;rie. Ao interesse constante pela figura humana, somaram-se o olhar e a pr&aacute;tica construtiva da abstra&ccedil;&atilde;o.</p> <p>Com um posicionamento que se aproxima ao do cronista, Lannes utiliza estrat&eacute;gias de humor para falar da rela&ccedil;&atilde;o entre imagem e cultura: mais especificamente, trata da rela&ccedil;&atilde;o entre a produ&ccedil;&atilde;o cultural de imagens e a estrutura social dos g&ecirc;neros, do prazer, e da fam&iacute;lia.</p> <p>Dessa vez, Lannes se dedicou a uma pesquisa obsessiva sobre o vestu&aacute;rio e a indument&aacute;ria feminina desenhada, produzida e utilizada entre o s&eacute;culo XVIII e o come&ccedil;o do s&eacute;culo XX. Nesse processo, voltou maior parte de sua investiga&ccedil;&atilde;o para livros de costura e refer&ecirc;ncia estil&iacute;stica desse per&iacute;odo. Algumas imagens lhe despertaram mais o interesse, e a raz&atilde;o pra isso, em geral, era a maneira peculiar pela qual a figura feminina era representada e, muitas vezes, por como esses croquis evidenciavam dados importantes da cultura, especialmente no que tangencia a divis&atilde;o social entre os g&ecirc;neros.</p> <p>Nessas imagens, as mulheres s&atilde;o absolutamente objetificadas apresentando gestos, poses e roupas deformantes que reverberam um desejo de aliena&ccedil;&atilde;o da subjetividade.Para assinalar isso, Daniel convidou homens (talvez seja importante dizer que quase todos heterossexuais e quase todos com comportamento entendido como masculino) para terem seus rostos retratados em pinturas que os apresentam vestindo as roupas e apresentando os gestos dos tais livros e revistas de croquis de costura. O humor gerado por ver um homem vestido de mulher deve nos fazer refletir sobre o que seriacaracter&iacute;stico a esse papel de mulher que poderia tornar t&atilde;o hil&aacute;rio um homem nesse lugar.</p> <p>Travestismo Fetichista &eacute; uma classifica&ccedil;&atilde;o na Psicologia para fetiches sexuais e parafilias em que o individuo dirige seu impulso sexual para um objeto, utilizando pelo menos uma pe&ccedil;a de roupa do g&ecirc;nero oposto com intens&atilde;o de trazer para si algum s&iacute;mbolo caracter&iacute;stico do outro g&ecirc;nero para viver, durante a atua&ccedil;&atilde;o ritual, alguma situa&ccedil;&atilde;o de determinada maneira que lhe gere prazer narc&iacute;sico e excita&ccedil;&atilde;o sexual. N&atilde;o deve ser confundido com disforia de g&ecirc;nero nem com cross-dressing. Uma caracter&iacute;stica importante &agrave; din&acirc;mica do travestismo fetichista de um individuo do sexo masculino com pe&ccedil;as de roupa feminina &eacute; exatamente a vontade de objetifica&ccedil;&atilde;o desse individuo e do subsequente apagamento do sujeito travestido. Parte do humor ao ver um homem vestido de mulher &eacute; pelo rid&iacute;culo de algu&eacute;m que ostenta a perda do poder.</p> <p>Com o mesmo posicionamento, Daniel produziu, ainda, uma serie de trabalhos em que aponta criticamente pra caracter&iacute;sticas da estrutura familiar e em que prossegue sua pesquisa sobre desejo. Criando cenas plenas em crueza e crueldade, Lannes afirma, ao retomar e avan&ccedil;ar com a pesquisa de 2007, que h&aacute; como construir um trabalho s&eacute;rio,tamb&eacute;m, por estrat&eacute;gias de humor.</p> <p>Bernardo Mosqueira</p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 06:27:23 +0000