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DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20141107 GEO:51.3534259;12.3727207 LOCATION:ARTAe Leipzig Galerie\,Gohliser Straße 3 \nLeipzig\, 04105 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Claudia Hauptmann - Malerei\, Claudia Hauptmann UID:352926 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141107T230000 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20141107T180000 GEO:51.3534259;12.3727207 LOCATION:ARTAe Leipzig Galerie\,Gohliser Straße 3 \nLeipzig\, 04105 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Claudia Hauptmann - Malerei\, Claudia Hauptmann UID:352927 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

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DTEND:20141018 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140912 GEO:51.3534259;12.3727207 LOCATION:ARTAe Leipzig Galerie\,Gohliser Straße 3 \nLeipzig\, 04105 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Lichtverläufe - Friedemann Grieshaber und Petra Ottkowski\, Friedem ann Grieshaber\, Petra Ottkowski UID:352924 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140912T230000 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140912T180000 GEO:51.3534259;12.3727207 LOCATION:ARTAe Leipzig Galerie\,Gohliser Straße 3 \nLeipzig\, 04105 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Lichtverläufe - Friedemann Grieshaber und Petra Ottkowski\, Friedem ann Grieshaber\, Petra Ottkowski UID:352925 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

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Sund ay 11am-5pm

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Partout-ticket: DKK 150\,- (Only when bought at fi rst entry) \;
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Children under 12 years: Free in the company of an adult.

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Galleri R amfjord (NO)

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Arthouse (DK)

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ARTspaceSWITZERLAND (SC)

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Bloco103 | Cont emporay art (PT)

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Egeskov Fine Arts (DK)

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Galerie Arktika (DE)

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Galerie d'YS (BE)

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Galerie Hoffmann Contemporary Art (DE)

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Galerie Judy Straten (NL)

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Galerie Wolfsen (D K)

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Gall eri Bruno Dahl (DK)

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Galleri Kim Antensen (DK)

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Galler i Kirk (DK)

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Galleri LABR (DK)

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Galleri Sct Gertrud (DK)

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Galleri Thomassen ( SE)

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Gallerie Rasmus (DK)

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Ga lleriet - Jø\;rgen Ø\;stergaard (DK)

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Gallery Bastejs (LV)

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Gallery Hjorth (DK)

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Hans Alf Gallery (DK)

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Il segno Galleria D'arte (IT)

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In The Gallery (DK)

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Kunstavisen (DK)

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L&rsquo\;Inlassable Galerie (FR)

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Nasui Collection &\; Gallery (RO)

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Nivaagaards Malerisa mling (DK)

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Ronen Art Gallery (NL)

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Victor Lope Arte Contemp oraneo (ES)

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Westphal Berlin (DE)

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Do you remember how wondrous those magic postcards used to b e? That simple pleasure of tilting them backwards and forwards to see an im age transform in your hands? Celebrated New Zealand photographer Megan Jenk inson is well known for working at the cutting edge of that same &lsquo\;le nticular&rsquo\; technology. In the past she has reanimated the atmospheric anomalies of glacial islands\, desert oases\, and the illuminated nights s kies of Aurora Australis. Now\, in a selection of recently created works\, Jenkinson takes us to the other end of the technological spectrum&mdash\;pr esenting meticulously hand-folded photographic concertinas\, which return u s to that seemingly simple illusion. But like its viewers\, this illusion h as grown in scale and sophistication.

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Jenkinson&rsquo\;s panoramic photographic collages&mdash\;turned three-dimensional objects&mdash\;are st rikingly seductive\, but not in an obvious sense. The natural beauty of fru it and flora\, trees and sparkling water\, is transformed by the zig-zagged concertina surfaces into stripey semi-abstraction. Each concertina compris es two distinct images\, which only appear uninterrupted when viewed from e ither side. An effect\, like flipping a &lsquo\;moving&rsquo\; postcard\, w hich keeps you walking back and forth. Previously\, Jenkinson used this mov ement to make environmental illusions appear and disappear as they might ha ve done for the explorers of exotic lands. In contrast\, her new works crea te a more immediate sense of discovery&mdash\;immediate because the illusio n is so explicitly revealed\, and because the transformations they capture take place much closer to home.

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windfall\, for instance\, animates the seasonal change of a Persimmon tree. Yet\, rather than moving from past to future\, its ripe and richly coloured orange fruits shift back and forth in time\; between their swelling days of glory and the autumnal moment of fall. In \;water-into-æ\;ther\, Jenkinson looks to the transformative possibilities of a camera&rsquo\;s focus. As a humbl e fountain shoots into the sky\, its drops of water resemble a sprinkling o f crisp snowflakes\, while from the opposite direction they expand into orb -like crystals\, hovering midair. There is a gentle irony in the way Jenkin son animates these tiny but significant shifts\; the quiet magic of the nat ural world. After all\, it is only when we pass them by that her concertina s reveal to us what might so often pass us by.

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Jenkinson has long e xplored the artistic possibilities of sophisticated digital intervention\, and the panoramic images comprising these concertinas are no exception. Nev ertheless\, there is something comforting about the folded physicality of h er &lsquo\;simple&rsquo\; constructions\; the sculptural splicings seem to offer respite from the intangible nature of digital manipulation. This does more than create a sense of nostalgia\, whether for the magic of &lsquo\;m oving&rsquo\; postcards\, or for another illusion&mdash\;pre-digital &lsquo \;authenticity&rsquo\;. It makes explicit and uncomplicated the complexity of the natural world\, and the temporal\, spatial and conceptual mediations of that world\, when transfigured through the lens of photography.

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Megan Jenkinson has exhibited extensively since the 1980s\, including in s eminal shows\, such as Photography Now\, Victoria &\; Albert Museum\, Lo ndon (1989)\, the Sydney Biennale (1990)\, and the Sharjah Biennale (1999). She has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards. Her work is held in the AGNSW\, NGA\, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa\, Auckland Ar t Gallery\, Centre Georges Pompidou\, Paris\, and The Victoria &\; Alber t Museum\, London. Jenkinson is an Associate Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland.

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&ldquo\;The photograph has always lied outrage ously\, but it is such a beautifully eloquent lie. Though caught in the twi light of peripheral vision this is a world as real as any dream\, as concre te as any memory\, and as fluid as any certainty&rdquo\;.

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Mark Kimber never fails to intrigue and delight with his fantastical dioramas. After \;The Pale Mirror< /em>(Stills Gallery\, 2012) he returns with \;Side Show Valley\, \;another richly referential series about the haunting power of phot ography. We look at these images with a sense that we have seen them before yet their familiarity is slippery. Kimber is an academic when it comes to the history of photography. This is not surprising in a long- term educator . Kimber has been Head of Photography at the South Australian School of Art \, Uni of SA since 1989 and has an MA Fine Art Degree (Combined Media) from Chelsea College of Art &\; Design\, The London Institute in the UK (200 0).

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Kimber appeals to the photographic memory by constructing image s on miniature stages using doll figurines that are then altered and overla id with photographs and the artist&rsquo\;s vision. Some images are identif iable as appropriations\, for example \;A Walk in the Park&nbs p\;is clearly drawn from Arbus&rsquo\; well-known \;Boy With a Toy Grenade. The twins inForever \;are from Stanley Kubrick&r squo\;s \;The Shining. He of course was referencing his love o f Diane Arbus&rsquo\;Identical Twins. Several images refer to spir it photography\, and in fact all the images are ghostlike in their blurred and painterly rendition. He is drawing on the cinematic as well as photogra phy to enliven his narratives and make them more engaging. As in many of hi s series Kimber is the &lsquo\;boy in a toyshop&rsquo\; constructing worlds for his own amusement.

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It would be difficult to identify all the r eferences in this richly layered exhibition. It is enough to understand the mind and hand at play in the series and to recognise the amount of enjoyme nt Kimber is having with his own deep knowledge of the medium and his palpa ble belief in the importance of the imagination.

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Kimber was born an d lives in Adelaide. His work has exhibited within Australia and internatio nally since the early 1980s. In 2012 he was awarded the South Australian Li ving Artists Monograph\, which resulted in the publication Mark Kimber (Wak efield Press\, 2012). His work is held in various public and private collec tions\, including the NGA\, AGSA\, AGWA\, Artbank Collection\, and the Quee nsland Centre for Photography.

DTEND:20140920 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140820 GEO:-33.8793696;151.2258673 LOCATION:Stills Gallery\,36 Gosbell Street \nPaddington \, NSW 2021 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Side Show Valley\, Mark Kimber UID:352831 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20130922 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20130919 GEO:29.68593;-95.40334 LOCATION:Houston Fine Art Fair\,NRG Center (formerly Reliant Center) One Re liant Park\nHouston\, TX 77054 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Prints and video\, Projects Gallery\, Shirley Steele UID:352805 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Sho w Hours

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Thursday Se p 18\, 2014
6 &ndash\; 7:30pm | Sneak Preview (Black Card hol ders only)
7:30 &ndash\; 9:30pm | Opening Preview Party (VIP passes&nb sp\;only)

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Regular Fair Hours:
Friday\, Sep. 1 9 | 11am &ndash\; 7pm
Saturday\, Sep. 20 | 11am &ndash\; 7pm
Sund ay\, Sep. 21 | 11am &ndash\; 6pm

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Tickets

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Your BLACK CARD entitles you to: Thursday Sep. 18\, 6-7:30pm &lsquo\;First Look&rsquo\;. Enjoy open wine bars and hearty hors d &rsquo\;&oelig\;uvres + Opening Night Preview 7:30-9:30pm (Benefits Asia So ciety Texas Center). Plus priority seating at all panels / discussions held at the fair and unlimited entry.
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"Small Art is Beautiful &ndash\; Dharma »\; by Fabrice Bousteau

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This year\, BEIRUT ART FAIR is inviting contemporary Indian artists. From Delhi to Bombay\, the Indian pavilion &ldquo\;Small Ar t is Beautiful &ndash\; Dharma&rdquo\; curated by International art curator Fabrice Bousteau\, puts at the forefront small-format works revolving arou nd the theme of the Dharma wheel.

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Video Projects : «\; Bo dy Politics »\; by Silke Schmickl

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BEIRUT A RT FAIR «\; video projects »\; is an invitation to watch the most striking works of video-makers of the ME.NA.SA region. Silke Schmickl is t he director and co-founder of Lowave. A leading editor in experimental cine ma and video art for the past 10 years\, Lowave has grown to constitute a c uratorial platform of research in the field of moving images. Body Politics is a programme consisting of a series of art films that explores how conte mporary artists comment on current political and social issues by means of their own bodies or those of others.

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FOCUS ON ENGRAVING with Fadi Mogabgab \;&\; BankMe d support

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The public will have the opportunity to discover the art of engraving thanks to the workshop conceived by Fadi M ogabgab in collaboration with BankMed. This workshop is the first of its ki nd in Lebanon. It invites artists to discover the different techniques: the dry point\, the aquatint\, the etching\, the Carborundum\, etc&hellip\;

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BYBLOS BANK AWARD

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On Sunday\, September 21st \;at 5:3 0 pm: Announcement of BYBLOS BANK AWARD 2014\, laureate\, by the President of the Jury Mr. Renaud Bergonzo (Director of Acte2galerie\, Paris) \;Venue: Stand Byblos Bank (Stand A5)

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BLC DESIGN PLATFORM &\; Philippe Tré\;tiack selection

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Since design conquered a fully-fledged place in the uni verse of contemporary art\, BEIRUT ART FAIR decided to present a platform d edicated to young Lebanese designers. This year\, the writer &\; Grand-R eporter at Elle Magazine &\; Architecture Critic at Beaux-Arts Magazine\ , Philippe Tré\;tiack\, is invited to visit this platform and share h is &ldquo\;crushes&rdquo\;.

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PLASTIK* VIP LOUNGE AT BEIRUT ART FA IR

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Plastik* Magazine will take over the Art Fai r&rsquo\;s VIP lounge\, \;offering the visitors a mesmerizing visual tr ip\, turning the \;space into a Plastik experience which will be made o ut of \;different sections. \;THE ART GALLERY: A section featuring exclusive limitededition \;items for sale created by Plastik* especiall y \;for BEIRUT ART FAIR VIP lounge. Exclusive eye-candy \;designs\, posters\, photographs and various limited-edition \;collaborations wit h different established local &\; regional \;artists will be feature d as well.

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PLASTIK* COMES TO LIFE: Live art installation s recreating \;different editorials\, photo shoots and iconic Plastik* Covers.

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OPENING HOURS

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Professional Preview &\;& nbsp\;Vernissage

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Thursday\, September 18\ , 2014\, 6 \;to 10 pm (by invitation only)

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Bangkok

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Yerevan

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Bordeaux

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Beirut

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Dubai

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Beirut

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London SW1V 2AJ

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Shangai

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Dubai

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Ch icago

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Buenos Aires

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Beirut

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Paris\, New York\, Beirut

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Beirut

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Tripoli

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Abu Dhabi

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Singapore

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Cairo\, Beirut

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Beirut

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Hours &\; Admission

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Benefit Preview Reception:&n bsp\;6:00pm to 7:30pm
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12:00pm to 6: 00pm

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Admission During Regular Fair Hours - 3 Days \;- Friday\, Saturday &\; Sunday
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Exhibit ors

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 \; \;ACA Galleries

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 \;Anya Tish Gallery\n

 \;Art Palace

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 \;Aureus Contemporary

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 \; Barbara Davis Gallery

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 \;Birnam Wood Galleries

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 \;C atharine Clark Gallery

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 \;Center Street Studios

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 \; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

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 \;Cris Worley Fine Arts

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 \;DARKE gallery

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 \;DUTTON

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 \;David Shelton Gallery

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 \;Devin Borden Gallery

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 \;Diana Lowenstein Gallery

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 \;Edward Cella Art + Architecture

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 \;Foru m Gallery

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 \;FotoFest Exhibitions

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 \;Fredericks &am p\; Freiser

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 \;Galerie Richard

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 \;Gallery Sonja Roe sch

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 \;Halsted Gallery

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 \;Inman Gallery

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&nb sp\;Jerald Melberg Gallery

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 \;Jonathan Ferrara Gallery

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 \;Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

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 \;Kirk Hopper Fine Art

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 \;Klowden Mann

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 \;Kopeikin Gallery

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 \;Laura R athe Fine Art

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 \;McClain Gallery

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 \;Mindy Solomon G allery

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 \;Mixed Greens

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 \;Moody Gallery

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&nb sp\;Morgan Lehman Gallery

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 \;Octavia Art Gallery

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 \ ;Other Criteria

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 \;RH Contemporary Art

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 \;RandallSc ottProjects

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 \;Rice University Art Gallery

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 \;Richa rd Levy Gallery

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 \;Rosamund Felsen Gallery

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 \;Samue l Owen Gallery

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 \;Sicardi Gallery

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 \;THE MISSION

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 \;Tally Beck Contemporary

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 \;The Public Trust

\n< p> \;Timothy Yarger Fine Art

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 \;Upfor

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 \;Willia m Campbell Contemporary Art

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 \;Women &\; Their Work

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 \;Yvonamor Palix Fine Arts

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 \;Zoya Tommy Gallery

DTEND:20140907 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140904 GEO:29.7537256;-95.3592814 LOCATION:Texas Contemporary Art Fair\,George R. Brown Convention Center 100 1 Avenida De Las Americas \nHouston\, Texas 77010 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Texas Contemporary 2014 UID:352755 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140904T200000 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140904T180000 GEO:29.7537256;-95.3592814 LOCATION:Texas Contemporary Art Fair\,George R. Brown Convention Center 100 1 Avenida De Las Americas \nHouston\, Texas 77010 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Texas Contemporary 2014 UID:352756 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140614 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140227 GEO:32.490012;-92.113225 LOCATION:Masur Museum of Art\,1400 South Grand \nMonroe\, LA 71202 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:51st Annual Juried Competition\, Zahra Nazari UID:352719 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140227T200000 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140227T180000 GEO:32.490012;-92.113225 LOCATION:Masur Museum of Art\,1400 South Grand \nMonroe\, LA 71202 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:51st Annual Juried Competition\, Zahra Nazari UID:352720 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Dino Zrnec (b. 1983 in Zagreb\, lives in Vienna and Zagreb) devotes his paintings to the testing of materials. The artist draws attenti on to practical\, usually hidden procedures inherent to painting by making conscious technical &ldquo\;mistakes&rdquo\;: he lets the reverse side of t he canvas show through and turns it into the motif\, overstreches canvases\ , does without gesso or uses it &ldquo\;improperly\,&rdquo\; drips oil pain t onto canvases\, dissolves the colors with turpentine overnight or adds cr acks\, folds or buckling to the surface. Zrnec does not leave the result to chance\, but to the process of experimentation. The deconstruction of pain ting allows no narration and turns the paintings into minimalist\, experime ntal objects. Nevertheless\, and even without knowing about Zrnec&rsquo\;s process-oriented approach\, the paintings stands as works in their own righ t.  \;

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In the last project space exhibition with the ambiguous title \;ensure for size\, painter Dino Zrnec fights the space of Zobernig and Klä\;ring as no other project has done before\, while s imultaneously he tries to find the best solution to integrate his work into the sculpture.

DTEND:20141116 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140912 GEO:47.071031;15.4340017 LOCATION:Kunsthaus Graz\,Lendkai 1 \nGraz\, 8020 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: ensure for size\, Dino Zrnec UID:352621 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140912T170000 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140912T100000 GEO:47.071031;15.4340017 LOCATION:Kunsthaus Graz\,Lendkai 1 \nGraz\, 8020 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: ensure for size\, Dino Zrnec UID:352622 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Along with Richard Kriesche and Peter Gerwin Hoffmann\, Karl Neubacher (*1926\, Hattenberg\, Upper Austria) is considered \;one of the pioneers of the avant-garde \;and of \;conceptual art \;in Styria. That somethi ng representative in this area developed in Graz in the 1960s and 1970s\, i ts effects spreading way beyond the regional context\, gives the protagonis ts relevance\, lifting them clearly out of the narrow confines of provincia lism

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Neubacher\, who in 1969 joined up with Goesch l\, Kriesche\, Haberl\, Hoffer and others to create the producers&rsquo\; g roup \;pool\, was mostly active as a graphic designer. As such he compl eted significant works for the art magazine pfirsich\, the avant-garde fest ival \;steirischer herbst\, the Company HUMANIC \;and others. His p osters\, which were always based on artistic concepts\, were internationall y renowned and awarded. The overall picture of applied arts and austere for ms of fine arts created a unique tension that defined Karl Neubacher&rsquo\ ;s artistic practice.

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The medium most used by Neub acher was \;photography. Moreover\, his own body\, which he employed in  \;performances \;and which he documented using photographic and fi lm media\, was just as important: he himself turned into a &lsquo\;public a rt figure&rsquo\;. The short films created in the 1970s make Karl Neubacher one of the hitherto undiscovered \;avant-garde film-makers.

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Although his output received international attention\, his w ork today has almost been forgotten. The output was somewhat narrow\, partl y \;because of the the artist's early death\, \;and never found acc eptance in the art market\, not least of all due to the artist&rsquo\;s own intransigent attitude. An extensive retrospective of this exciting and pro gressive work is thus highly advisable\, and recalls \;Graz as the bast ion of the avant-garde in Austria.

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DTEND:20141012 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140618 GEO:47.071031;15.4340017 LOCATION:Kunsthaus Graz\,Lendkai 1 \nGraz\, 8020 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Media Artist\, 1926-1978\, Karl Neubacher UID:352620 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Everything flows: painter Katharina Grosse grows floors into pictures\, blurs paint over canvas landscapes\, while spa ces and functional objects are given sculptural clothing. Minimal shifts in perspective transform large into small. An analytical view of detail flows into metaphysical understanding of the whole. The public perceive the pict ure as an independent cognitive event that dynamises the colour space. Capt uring it in a brutal\, direct\, evolutionary and physical way. Like life it self.

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Grosse originally comes from painting and se es herself as a painter. Since the 1990s has expanded her three-dimensional works as powerful incursions of colour into physically experienced space. In doing so she creates situations that make colour physically palpable. In her works\, boundaries exist in order to be found\, accentuated and at the same time blown open. At the Kunsthaus Graz\, Grosse addresses the meaning of reduced allusion and the theatrical side of colour by developing a colo ur space into a stage space\, raising questions about the experiential natu re of matter and existence and also about the aesthetic control of light an d linearity.

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Born in 1961 in Freiburg im Breisgau\ , since the 1990s Katharina Grosse has been one of the most internationally renowned artists of her generation. Alongside numerous international exhib ition projects both in museum and public space\, on 21.5. she was awarded t he Oskar-Schlemmer-Prize\, the Grand State Prize of Baden-Wü\;rttemberg 2014.

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DTEND:20141012 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140606 GEO:47.071031;15.4340017 LOCATION:Kunsthaus Graz\,Lendkai 1 \nGraz\, 8020 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Who\, I? Whom\, you?\, Katharina Grosse UID:352619 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Mizuma Gallery is proud to pres ent \;BEYOND STUFF\, a group show curated by Sueo Mizuma\, owner of Mizuma Gallery. This exhibition features ten artwork s by Ai Weiwei\, He Yunchang\, Li Mingzhu\, Xia Xing and Zhao Zhao\, five l eading Chinese contemporary artists.

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< em>BEYOND STUFF \;contains artworks that look lik e sculptures and paintings of random ordinary objects and events. However\, when we look beyond the ordinary &ldquo\;stuff&rdquo\; and into the profou nd context of the artworks\, they are in fact filled with significant comme ntaries on their country&rsquo\;s society and politics. The works are influ enced by recent events that relate to the themes of authoritative power and freedom of speech. They are a reflection of the reality of society. The st atement made by the artists through their artworks is what gives this exhib ition an edge. Beyond art\, this is a stand for what they believe in and an encouragement for others to continue taking the fight in life.

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Ai Weiwei \;(b. 1957\, Beijing\ , China) is an internationally renowned contemporary artist. He is not only an artist\, but also an activist\, architect\, curator and filmmaker. He i s well known for having a radical stance on the topic of the Chinese govern ment and politics and presenting them through his artworks. Some of his bes t known works are installations that display a conceptual discussion about contemporary and traditional Chinese thoughts and methods. Ai Weiwei once s aid\, &ldquo\;What you see is not what you see\, and what you see is not wh at it means&rdquo\;\; an idea that drives the concept of \; BEYOND STUFF.

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He Yunchang \;(b. 1967\, Lianghe\, Yunnan\, China) is best known as a performance artist who specializes in undergoing physical harm\, docu menting it through photographs\, videos and paintings\, and selling them. I n his past projects\, such as &ldquo\;One Rib&rdquo\; and &ldquo\;One Meter Democracy&rdquo\;\, he purposely had a surgeon cut parts of his body as a part of his performance and recorded the entire process. His performance ar t works are typically very gory and cringe-worthy\, but overall they have t he intention of making a statement on particular current events in society.

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Li Mingzhu \;(b. 19 73\, Tianjin\, China) graduated from Tianjin Normal University with an unde rgraduate degree in Fine Arts in 1993 and from China Academy of Fine Arts O il Painting Department in 1996. In his artworks\, he tends to delve into th e issue of disconnect between present day and traditional Chinese ethics an d culture. He is known to pay great attention to detail and recreating ever yday objects used in China. He has exhibited his artworks in the National G allery of China in Beijing and around Europe. He currently lives and works in Beijing\, China.

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Xia Xing \;(b. 1974\, Shihezi\, Xinjiang\, China) has been creating one wor k per year for the past seven years. Each work consists of 60 oil painting reproductions of chosen images from the media. Each year he focuses on a pa rticular theme\, such as children\, &ldquo\;the civil way of life&rdquo\;\, and protection of rights. However\, what he specifically paints is complet ely dictated by the media and current events\, therefore the content of his next painting in a series is always unknown. He imitates the flat\, repeti tive medium of newsprint\, where the process includes editing\, selection a nd reproduction. Despite the unpredictable content in each annual series\, he keeps the size and method of the paintings constant in each year. His pa intings have neither a beginning or ending\, it is simply continuous. By cr eating his paintings in this manner\, he makes his works look ordinary\, ju st like how mass images we see in media seem somehow ordinary despite its s ignificant content.

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Zhao Zhao \;(b. 1982\, Xinjiang\, China) is known to be one of China&rsquo\ ;s most promising young artists and a leader of the younger generation cont emporary artists in China. He worked with Ai Weiwei for seven years as his assistant and because of the commonalities between the two artists&rsquo\; experiences\, braveness and talent. Zhao Zhao is even said to be the heir o f Ai Weiwei&rsquo\;s important legacy. He uses paintings\, videos\, sculptu res as well as other artistic mediums to portray the reality of his homelan d.

DTEND:20141005 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140829 GEO:1.279311;103.804888 LOCATION:Mizuma Gallery - Singapore\,22 Lock Road #01-34 Gillman Barracks \ nSingapore\, 108939 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:BEYOND STUFF\, Ai Weiwei\, He Yunchang\, Li Mingzhu\, Xia Xing\, Zh ao Zhao UID:352617 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140829T200000 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140829T180000 GEO:1.279311;103.804888 LOCATION:Mizuma Gallery - Singapore\,22 Lock Road #01-34 Gillman Barracks \ nSingapore\, 108939 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:BEYOND STUFF\, Li Mingzhu\, Ai Weiwei\, Xia Xing\, He Yunchang\, Zh ao Zhao UID:352618 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

As part of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the city of St. Louis\, the Saint Louis Art Museum presents a free exhibition highl ighting both exceptional art from the reign of Louis IX and later works ins pired by the celebrated 13th-century monarch. Presented in two galleries\,& nbsp\;Louis IX: King\, Saint\, Namesake \;will focus on the ar ts created under Louis IX as well as the ongoing interest and devotion to t his very popular king turned saint. \;

The first gallery wil l be devoted to art produced during the reign of \;Louis IX(1226-70)\, a period of exceptional achievement in architecture and painted manuscripts . Carved ivory and metalwork from the late 13th century will be presented a long with outstanding examples of decorated manuscripts from this period. T he centerpiece of this gallery will be pages from the famed \;Morga n Library Picture Bible\, believed to have been commissioned by Louis IX\, himself. Completed around 1250\, the Bible is regarded as a stellar ex ample of Gothic manuscript illumination\, appropriate for a royal commissio n. \;

Visitors also will get to see the materials used in th e making of manuscripts\, including a display of pigments\, touchable sampl es of the animal-skin parchment used to make medieval books\, and a six-min ute video showing the various aspects of manuscript construction &ndash\; f rom scraping the fur off the skins to preparing the page before scribes exe cuted the text and artists added richly colored illustration. \;
< br />The second gallery will focus on the life and legacy of Louis\, both a s king and\, later\, as saint. The exhibition includes images of Louis from the 17th\, 19th\, and 20th centuries\, along with explanatory material abo ut Louis's life\, his popularity as a saint\, and his relationship to the c ity of St. Louis. Featured in this part of the exhibition will be a 17th-ce ntury illustrated book about Louis's most famous achievement (bringing the Crown of Thorns to Paris)\, a portrait of a 17th-century poet in the guise of St. Louis\, and an altarpiece painting by Louise-Marie Mauduit (1784-186 2) that Bishop Louis William Valentine DuBourg sent to the city of St. Loui s in 1818. \;

DTEND:20141102 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140829 GEO:38.6393065;-90.2945546 LOCATION:The Saint Louis Art Museum\,One Fine Arts Drive Forest Park \n Sai nt Louis\, Missouri 63110-1380 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Louis IX: King\, Saint\, Namesake UID:352614 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140829T210000 DTSTAMP:20140827T142424 DTSTART:20140829T100000 GEO:38.6393065;-90.2945546 LOCATION:The Saint Louis Art Museum\,One Fine Arts Drive Forest Park \n Sai nt Louis\, Missouri 63110-1380 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Louis IX: King\, Saint\, Namesake UID:352615 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR