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Arik Levy

20140517113146-mezzaqui Things are not as they seem at Villa Empain   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Karel Adamus, Jordi Alcaraz, Helena Almeida, Anton Alvarez, Noriko Ambe, Élodie Antoine, Jørgen Craig Lello & Tobias Arnell, MAR ARZA, Christian Astuguevieille, Maarten Baas, Roger Ballen, Juan Carlos Batista, Gregor Beltzig, Mónica Bengoa, José Bento, Julien Berthier, Andrea Bianconi, Jean Boghossian, Bram Boo, Florian Borkenhagen, Etienne Bossut, Marta María Pérez Bravo, Mark Brazier-Jones, Alfonso Brezmes, Eyal Burstein, Benjamin Rollins Caldwell, Jonathan Callan, Fernando & Humberto Campana, Daniel Canogar, Giuseppe Capitano, Charley Case, Noor Ali Chagani, Ka-Lai Chan, Gad Charny, Kyungwoo Chun, Tobias Collier, Christophe Coppens, Christopher Coppers, José Pedro Croft, Jacob Dahlgren, Muriel de Crayencour, Paul de Guzman, Baptiste Debombourg, Boris Dennler, Brian Dettmer, Lauren DiCioccio, Tom Dixon, Vincent Dubourg, Stéphane Ducatteau, EliKuka, Sammy Engramer, Ninar Esber, Héctor Falcón, Mounir Fatmi, Flavio Favelli, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Darren Foote, Aurelien Froment, FRP2, Takaya Fujii, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Carlos Garaicoa, Gelitin, Maddalena Fragnito De Giorgio, Anthony Goicolea, Geert Goiris, Matt Golden, Máximo González, Antonio Diaz Grande, Yoeri Guepin, Rune Guneriussen, Tal Gur, John Wood & Paul Harrison, Thomas Heatherwick, Pepe Heykoop, Hilal Sami Hilal, Eva Hjorth, Chourouk Hriech, Zhao Huasen, Richard Hutten, Hisae Ikenaga, Emilio Isgrò, Boukje Janssen, Svein Fannar Johannson, Michael Johansson, Sean M. Johnson, Kenneth Josephson, Charles Kaisin, Tamar Kasparian, André Kertész, Krištof Kintera, Takehito Koganezawa, Dasha Krotova, Anouk Kruithof, Brig Laugier, Soon Young Lee, Wonho Lee, Isabelle Lenfant, Arik Levy, Tim Lewis, Miller Levy & Olivier Liegent, Kai Linke, Jacques Lizène, Sharon Louden, Chema Madoz, Esko Männikkö, Alicia Martin, Jeremy May, Rebeca Menéndez, Eugenio Merino, Sabrina Mezzaqui, Mihael Milunovic, Aiko Miyanaga, David Moises, Francesco De Molfetta, Linarejos Moreno, Louise Nevelson, Nurbossyn Oris, Edgar Orlaineta, Luis González Palma, Daniele Papuli, J & PEG, Lucien Pelen, João Penalva, Emilio Chapela Pérez, Adrien Petrucci, Stephane Plassier, Ivan Puig, Pol Quadens, Ilya Rabinovich, Sandra Ramos, Raw-Edges, Pablo Reinoso, Tejo Remy, Nadine Rennert, Fiona Roberts, Marc Andre Robinson, Andrei Roiter, David Rückli, José Rufino, Georgia Russell, Doris Salcedo, Ana Sánchez, Amparo Sard, Reiner Xaver Sedelmeier, Noah Sherwood, Chiharu Shiota (Japan), Shirley Shor, Danny Simon, Jana Sterbak, Tobias Sternberg, Carmen and Switzerland, Janna Syvanoja, Koji Takei, Cécile Le Talec, Yuken Teruya, Stéphane Thidet, Nazif Topçuoğlu, Jade Townsend, Hiroko Tsuchida, Massimo Uberti, Jerry Uelsmann, Bob Verschueren, Jean-Luc Vilmouth, Peter Weibel, Stefan Wewerka, Philip Wiegard, Sam Winston, Julia Winter, Erwin Wurm, Tao Xue, Tokujin Yoshioka, Anna Zholud, Sylvie Zijlmans at Villa Empain - Boghossian Foundation March 1st - September 7th
Posted 5/17/14

In the Internet age we’ve all heard it said that content is king. Although now part of popular nomenclature, this idea is not novel. Susan Sontag asserts in her seminal 1966 essay, “Against Interpretation,” that “whatever it may have been in the past, the idea of content is today mainly a hindrance, a nuisance, a subtle or not so subtle philistinism.” It is not difficult imagining that the curators at the Boghosian Foundation’s Villa Empain had both this concept... [more]

20120717060758-screen_shot_2012-07-16_at_11 Conceptual Consumption   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Michael Delucia, Liam Everett, Ruth Laskey, Arik Levy, Sam Orlando Miller, Clare Rojas, Hugh Scott-Douglas, Anna Sew Hoy, Sara VanDerBeek at Hedge Gallery June 21st, 2012 - September 1st, 2012
Posted 7/15/12

Usually, exhibitions organized around a technique or medium rather than a concept tend to come off as crafty rather than curated—the whole enterprise tends to knock ideas a notch (or two, or three) below form. But fetish craft revivalism and the weird, zeitgeisty impulse to BRAND BRAND BRAND make the consumption of technique and material a somewhat reluctant political activity, imbued with any and as much concept as you like. Some people relish this. They think of thrift-store shopping as a for... [more]

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