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Caught in the Landslide

by Nicole Rodríguez Woods
Rhapsodie, Jérémie Martino’s latest solo show at Berlin’s Freies Museum, revolves around the series Moments de Détente dans la Vie d’un Peintre — a collection of viscerally rendered, semi-abstracted paintings of explosions. Capturing the seconds after a blast and the inevitability of the fall, French Berlin-based artist Martino depicts a wide range of explosions that vary in scale, unified by the softened, harmonious, almost lyrically mature use of color and subtly precise painterly techniques.... [more]
Posted by Nicole Rodríguez Woods on 4/2/12

The European Record: Workshops, Projects, Activities

        The political and social developements and changes in the last 10 years until today, motivated to a cross-border collaborative exploration - The European Record. The European Record - is the pilot project for an artistic Platform for Action starting in Central Europe. This search for a new social future and contemporary ways of living together starts on February 26th with three weeks of workshops, events, exhibition and activities. From 26th February until 13th March... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 2/28/11

Filipino Time

      Bastards of Misrepresentation: Doing Time on Filipino Time is a group show dealing with issues about aesthetic autonomy, social critique and the philosophical politics of expression, variant material economies and the alternate conditions of authenticity, and information distribution through shared affinities.  The show is about the cultural scene happening in the Philippines yet is not a definitive show about Philippine art. The show is not without irony aptly titled “Bastards of... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 10/19/10

Dossier Magazine: Thomas Mader on AND THEN YOU REALLY GET INTO IT

Clemens Wilhelm’s art really does come a long way. Especially his newest photoinstallations Der Weg nach Venedig (The Road to Venice) and The Meaning of Life. For the first installation the artist hiked all the way from Munich to the Venice Biennale, taking a photo every 15 minutes for the whole of his journey. Thus he created a very beautiful and impressive documentation of this voyage, which brings Goethe’s Italian Voyage to mind. One might argue that Wilhelm’s journey is far from being... [more]
Posted by Clemens Wilhelm on 3/8/10