Group of Artists Golden Line /Złota Linia/
What do they want?They want to meet and share their art with others.What don’t they want? Being closed in rigid frames.What unites them?
The Internet and Art.What divides them?
All the huge rest.Where are they?At the Gallery of the Cultural Centre RadzynWhere will they be?Everywhere worth being.
They were caught by the Web. From casual chatting online in autumn 2008 to spring 2011 there happened a lot. There has been born and got matured a... [more]
O the sleeping bag contains the body but not the dreaming head on show at the Altman Siegel Gallery from April 18th to June 1st, features work by three artists; Alice Channer, Aaron Flint Jamison and Anicke Yi. The title is taken from a poem by Matthea Harvey, a dark meditation on containment, or it’s failure. This is the theme that unites the three artists, whose work at first seems unconnected in medium and subject.
Alice Channer’s Body Fluids is the first to confront me as I enter the gallery- a large digital print that is draped over a steel bar hung n... [more]
Young Polish Art by Jaworska Renata Jaworska at Whitechapel Gallery
May 12th, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
YPA`s_Metal - Exhibition Catalogue
Recording of Renata Jaworska‘s: “119-minute circle” project as well as a documentation and research material would be a part of an exhibition Young Polish Art_ Metal at Metal Chalkwell Hall in Southend on Sea between 8th-12th of September.
The publication was printed along the exhibition that took place at Metal Chalkwell Hall in September 2010. YPA`s_Metal contains profiles on all participating artists: Agata Grela, Agnieszka Kucharko, E... [more]
Ausstellung SIEGesIKONEN by Jaworska Guy Avital, Dobrochna Badora, Jacek Bakowski, Janusz Bakowski, Krzysztof Baran, Grazyna Bartnik, John von Bergen, Czeslaw Bielecki, Bozenna Biskupska, Jan Bokiewicz, Wojciech Bruszewski, Michal Brzezinski, Maciej Buszewicz, Piotr Bylina, Janusz Byszewski, Rafal Chmielewski, Krzysztof Cichosz, Erazm Ciolek, Bettina Cohnen, Witoslaw Czerwonka, Andrzej Dluzniewski, Kurt Fleckenstein, Borena Frasheri, Miroslaw Dembinski - Waldemar Major Fydrych, Henryk Gajewski, Varda Getzow, Stefan Gierowski, Teresa Gierzynska, Marek Glinkowski, Sylwia Gorak, Jan Gryka, Pawel Grzes, Ryszard Grzyb, Alexander Honory, Andrzej Janaszewski, Jerzy Janiszewski, Renata Jaworska, Beatrice Jugert, Wolf Kahlen, Andrzej Kalina, Jerzy Kalina, Lodz Kaliska, Edyta Jaworska Kowalska at SIEGesIKONEN / icons of victory - transform
August 30th, 2009 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Die Ausstellung SIEGESIKONEN - transFORM ist ein Versuch die diversen Facetten der Metamorphosen zu veranschaulichen, die sowohl ganze Nationen als auch uns selbst persönlich betreffen. Über 100 Künstler verschiedenen Alters und Nationalität nehmen teil. In Bildern, Collagen, multimedialen Arbeiten und dokumentarischen Fotos, welche manchmal sehr dramatische, manchmal lustige und oft auch absurde Ereignisse aus den 80er und 90er Jahren festhalten, betrachten die Künstler unterschiedliche Wege g... [more]
“Life is a game of minutes”- Rob, Competitor, The Amazing Race, Season 1
“...that essentially Gallic individual, the deliberately aimless pedestrian, unencumbered by any obligation or sense of urgency, who, being French and therefore frugal, wastes nothing, including his time which he spends with the leisurely discrimination of a gourmet, savoring the multiple flavors of his city.” - Cornelia Otis Skinner on flâneurs
If a flâneur ever meets an Amazing Racer, they probably won’... [more]
Debbi ChanLives and Works in: IdahoWebsite: chanredwillow.artspan.comTo purchase contact: Debbi Chan
Debbi Chan was born in Houston, Texas in 1951. She is a mostly self-taught artist, but spent twelve years learning traditional Chinese painting, calligraphy and seal carving with the Chiu family. Debbi Chan's multi-dimensional, multi-faceted, and multi-medium practice blends Eastern traditions with the splendor of the American West. Chan's representations of the natural world ste... [more]
Mike Brodie has captured something raw and honest in his series of 30 photographs on display in Los Angeles at M+B. The gallery, consisting of a converted bungalow and modern annex, provides an intimate look at the heroic historian's three-year journey as a cross-country stowaway, hitchhiker, and pedestrian. The title of the exhibition, A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, conjures the current and all-too-familiar entitlement of youth. Brodie and his travel companions, however, embody a life no... [more]
STARS BENEATH THE CTE by Stephen Blackin Singapore Architect, March 2013"Every act of rebellion expresses a nostalgia for innocence and an appeal to the essence of being." – Albert Camus
Gezeitentümpel (Tidal Pools), Philipp Aldrup’s recent show at Objectifs, is a rebellion, albeit a quiet and humble one. With Tidal Pools, Aldrup has rebelled against his own past, having hurled away photojournalism and his own highly regarded documentary approach to embrace the spirits of poetry and ph... [more]
Renata Jaworska‘s "119-minute circle" project also called "a dancing congress" was held on 14th of march 2010 at Whitechapel Gallery in London.
She invited representatives of sixteen different nations who gathered at the "The Nature of the Beast" – international, round table to form a live human exhibition.
The piece was instigated in front of an installation by Goshka Macuga that explored Pablo Picasso’s Guernica exhibition at the Whitec... [more]
An implication of age compels us to craft histories for the artworks in A Handful of Dust. Their materials suggest a simpler time—products of earth, of metal, of wood—and their shapes imply function. Natural hues of a limited and subdued palette pervade, as if these artworks are remains all found in one place, all from one civilization.
Allyson Vieira, A Plan for Swamplands, 2007/2012, Plaster, 178 x 99 x 9 inches, Courtesy the Arti... [more]
All the world’s a stage and it’s not just the Oscars, but the contemporary art fairs of late, who are commanding it. I, for one, have been a reluctant participant in this global drive for exposing contemporary art to the masses. But thanks to Art Miami LLC and its director, Nick Korniloff, I too have become a member of the captivated audience of the art fair. Art Wynwood is its star and has given sunny Miami an event that lives up to the hype of its current art scene, one often written ab... [more]
BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
"Hereros – Jim Naughten"
London-based photographer Jim Naughten first came across the Herero tribe and their eclectic sense of fashion several years ago while travellingin southern Africa. The images he captured on that trip were published in Marie Claire, which funded an exhibition that in turn landed him a major global advertising campaign. Yet Naughten knew he needed to return to Namibia to continue photographing. “I always had it in the ba... [more]
Photo District News by klompching Jim Naughten at KLOMPCHING GALLERY
March 14th - May 4th
PHOTO DISTRICT NEWS – Exposures Section (February, 2013 issue)
For his new book, Jim Naughten created typological photographs of Namibia’s He rero people, whose military and civilian clothes are symbols of their historic struggle against colonialism. By Conor Risch
Many nations and cultures remember military heroes, great victories, and fallen soldiers through statues and monuments. On national holidays, war veterans don old uniforms and medals, or wear clothing decorated with patches... [more]
Independent On Sunday by klompching Jim Naughten at KLOMPCHING GALLERY
March 14th - May 4th
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY – COSTUME DRAMA by Peter Popham
Colonial rule may be history for the Herero tribe of Namibia but the style conventions of their 19th-century German oppressors live on – albeit with a certain bovine-inspired twist…
When European women jettisoned their ankle-length frocks and the multiple petticoats that kept the frocks full and plump, they gained a great deal in the way of freedom. But they lost something, too – and what they lost is brought home by the magnificent... [more]
OKMT: LONG PLAYS
A CONCRETE CLOWN HEAD. Mouth agape, tongue spilling out onto an astroturfed lawn. A crumbling relic. Krusty’s kid brother.
The putting green is littered with cigarette butts and beer cans. Amateur graffiti and petty vandalism designate adolescent rebellion at its finest: School Night stages the aftermath of an illicit late night game of Crazy Golf and is the spatially dominant centerpiece of Texan collective OKAY MOUNTAIN’S first Los Angeles solo exhibition at Mark M... [more]