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Christoph Weber

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Day one at Art Los Angeles Contemporary, and there's a clear trend emerging for chunky, rough-looking ceramics and heavy concrete. Why? We'd like to think that galleries are enjoying presenting art made with these materials, as they're an aesthetic antidote to the shiny plasticity that is expected in Los Angeles.  Why are so many artists are experimenting with these mediums? All over the world of late, there's been a revived interest in clay and concrete from the market and makers, with new... [more]
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Hommage à Ján Mancuška   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Jesper Alvaer, Zbynek Baladran, Josef Bolf, Jonas Dahlberg, Oskar Dawicki, Jamie Isenstein, Vladimir Kokolia, Eva Kotatkova, Jiri Kovanda, Dominik Lang, Trevor Lloyd, Laurent Montaron, Roman Ondak, Boris Ondreička, Dan Perjovschi, Jan Serych, Jiri Skala, Tom� Svoboda, Tomas Vanek, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Christoph Weber at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff September 9th, 2011 - October 23rd, 2011
Posted 10/5/11
Conceptual artists illuminate the obvious by withholding meaning. They find the menace that lurks in the everyday utterance of people who keep things from each other. A show at Jocelyn Wolff Gallery in Paris is devoted to Ján Mančuška, the Bratislvan artist who died in June, at 39, from complications of a rare blood disease. Rather than the scheduled show of his works, the gallery decided to pay homage to him through the works of others.  In his creations, Mančuška played with conceptions of... [more]
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Mysteries and Crime Scenes   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Wilfrid Almendra, Michael Anastissiades, Etienne Chambaud, Keren Cytter, Philippe Decrauzat, Morgan Fisher, Jean-Pascal Flavien, Élise Florenty, Mark Geffriaud, Francesco Gennari, Dunn and Raby, Jimmy Robert, Bojan Sarcevic, John Stezaker, Ricardo Valentim, Christoph Weber at Frac Île-de-France, le Plateau December 11th, 2008 - February 22nd, 2009
Posted 1/5/09
The exhibition at FRAC - le Plateau presents the acquisitions the institution has made over the last two years, but you wouldn't know it just by looking around.  It has the feel of an immaculately curated group show, harmoniously grouped together under the title.  A couple works stand out as not quite fitting the theme, but for the most part I was swept into the gallery by the allure of mystery and concealed identity, espionage and subterfuge, as promised by the Hitchcockian title.  Keren... [more]
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