Things Happen In A Silent Way
↖ Jorge Satorre
Apr 27 2021 - Aug 07 2021 - current
Oct 09 2020 - Mar 09 2021 - past
Mar 13 2020 - Sep 17 2020 - past
Termite Economies Phase 3
↑ Nicholas Mangan
Mexico City, 1972.
Pedro Reyes seeks to develop critical discourses with his audience producing works of art and social spaces. He has founded several spaces for temporary projects and creates works that involve public participation in large but ephemeral projects.
Mexico City, 1979.
Through manual processes and experimentation with different materials, Jorge Satorre’s work has been developed as a series of responses to traces that have been excluded from hegemonic versions of history in various contexts to which the artist relates, thus vindicating apparently non-representative opinions as revealing of a subaltern truth.
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, United States
Jill Magid explores intimacy and secrecy within power systems.
The gallery is open on Saturdays from 11am to 3pm 💫
↖ Raphael Montañez Ortiz
Raphael Montañez Ortiz
Edited by Javier Rivero Ramos, the monograph seeks to redress the scarcity of bibliographical resources dedicated to the life and work of an artist who early on committed himself to push and exceed disciplinary boundaries. Sailing through the wake of abstract expressionism into recycled cinema and afterwards into object-oriented and performance-based destructivist art.
↖ The Air is Blue
Pedro Reyes, Hans Ulrich Obrist
Luis Barragán’s house, Louis Kahn wrote after visiting it, is a place that “could have been built a hundred years ago or a hundred years from now.” So, in more ways than one, is The Air is Blue, an exhibition orchestrated in the master's house and studio by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Pedro Reyes, over the course of three years.
↖ Havana Case Study
Havana Case Study is the second in a series of installations by Terence Gower that use American diplomatic architecture as a lens through which to analyze US international relations (the first work in the series is Baghdad Case Study, 2012), and is based on extensive research in Havana and in US archives
↖ Limits to Growth
This publication accompanies Australian multidisciplinary artist Nicholas Mangan’s survey exhibition “Limits to Growth.” The exhibition and book bring together four of Mangan’s most significant works of the past seven years, alongside a new commission.
↖ For Your Eyes Only
“For Your Eyes Only“ is a penetrable exhibition that attempts to highlight the most immediate senses, like touching or hearing, while raising questions about the consistency and texture of the materials based on false visual clues and questioning the supremacy of sight over the other senses.
→ DePaul Art Museum acquired two works of Gala Porras-Kim
→ Jorge Satorre's solo show at CRAC Alsace
→ American Artist is now part of LABOR
→ A new work by Antonio Vega Macotela commissioned by High Line
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