• LUMA Arles

    LUMA Arles, Arles From June 26, 2021 www.luma.org
    LUMA Arles

    Photo © Adrian Deweerdt

     

    With Liam GillickDominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Pierre HuyghePhilippe ParrenoAnri Sala, and Tino Sehgal.

     

    LUMA Arles, a 27-acre creative campus at the Parc des Ateliers in the city of Arles, opened to the public on June 26. Work by over 45 artists and designers is featured in the opening programme, with special new commissions for LUMA by major international artists.

    At the heart of the site is Frank Gehry’s 15,000-square-metre tower, a twisting geometric structure finished with 11,000 stainless steel panels. The Tower houses exhibition galleries, project spaces and the LUMA’s research and archive facilities, alongside workshop and seminar rooms.

    The Tower houses Philippe Parreno’s permanent commission Danny and Liam Gillick’s design for communal areas, entitled Laguna Gloria. In addition, on view in the Tower are a commissioned work by Tino SehgalThis Element, and works from the collection, among them, Anri Sala’s 2018 film If and Only If, and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s Virtual Reality Environment, Endodrome, presented at the 2019 Venice Biennale. The Library is on Fire, a new commissioned work by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Charles Arsène-Henry, will be inaugurated in September 2021. In the industrial Grande Halle in the Parc des Ateliers, Pierre Huyghe’s exhibition After UUmwelt will be on view through October 2021.

    The campus is also home to seven former railway factories, four of which have been renovated by Selldorf Architects as exhibition and performance spaces. The surrounding gardens and public park are designed by landscape architect Bas Smets.

  • 58th October Salon

    various locations, Belgrade June 25 – August 22, 2021 www.oktobarskisalon.org
    58th October Salon

    Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, A Dream Dreaming a Dream, 2020, video projection (real-time procedural computer-generated animation), infinite duration, 4-channel sound, black and white, edition of 3. Commissioned and produced by Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21). Exhibition view: How to Tread Lightly. st_age expanded, an exhibition, Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain, 2020. Photo © Roberto Ruiz | TBA21

     

    October Salon is a representative manifestation of accomplishments in the field of visual art in Serbia, found and funded by the City of Belgrade.

    This year, the exhibition titled The Dreamers intends to question not only the misleading and ambiguous nature of the real but the space occupied by dreams—intended as the metaphorical embodiment of a space of freedom—which is able to challenge the certainty of the real world, of acquired knowledge and of our own beliefs.

    The largest part of the exhibition of the 58th October Salon | Belgrade Biennale 2021 which includes works by 63 artists, among them Pierre HuygheAnri Sala and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, will be presented at the Belgrade City Museum, galleries of the Belgrade Cultural Centre, the Movie Theatre of the Belgrade Cultural Centre, the park of the Museum of Yugoslavia and a number of public spaces all over the city. It is planned for this year’s edition of the Salon to involve television and radio platforms as exhibition venues.

  • All Access – Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin

    Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin
    All Access – Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin

    Photo © Rex Chu

     

    All Access is a series of online visits to exhibitions which currently have restricted public access. As museums and galleries around the world are mostly closed, the series takes us into these spaces with the artists and curators as guides.

    Here, curator Agnes Gryczkowska introduces a section of the exhibition Sun Rise | Sun Set at the Schinkel Pavillon Berlin.

    Sun Rise | Sun Set brings together contemporary and 20th century artists to form a multi-layered response to the fast unfolding ecocatastrophe. The selected works permeate one another, creating small organisms and turning Schinkel Pavillon into a surreal landscape, highlighting the interconnectivity between humans, animals, plants, inanimate objects, technologies and non-beings.

    The exhibition includes two works by Pierre Huyghe. The video tour below focuses on the room in which "Circadian Dilemma (Dia del Ojo)" is installed. The work is part of a series of aquarium works in which the artist creates cyclically-oriented underwater scenarios. The landscape of the water basin is modelled on a Mexican cave and is populated by six fish of the species Astyanax mexicanus, along with microscopic bacteria and algae.

     

    Click here to watch the tour

  • "The Challenge: We are in this together" – Esther Schipper for The New Institute

    Photo © Kristian Schuller

     

    For its December newsletter, titled "The Challenge: We are in this together", The New Institute asked Esther Schipper – among other thinkers and practitioners – to share her insights and analysis on the current global pandemic. For the occasion, Esther Schipper selected artworks by the gallery artists showing that the questions of viruses and pandemics have been among us for a long time.

     

    Click here to read!

  • IF THE SNAKE

    Okayama Art Summit, Okayama September 27 – November 24, 2019 www.okayamaartsummit.jp
    IF THE SNAKE

    Photo © Ola Rindal

     

    IF THE SNAKE

    Artistic Director: Pierre Huyghe
    Okayama Art Summit, Okayama
    September 27 – November 24, 2019
    with Tino Sehgal among other artist

     

    For more information click HERE.

  • Simon Fujiwara, Ryan Gander, Liam Gillick, Pierre Huyghe and Anri Sala at MO.CO

    MO.CO. – Montpellier Contemporain, Hôtel de Collections, Montpellier June 29 – September 29, 2019 www.moco.art
    Simon Fujiwara, Ryan Gander, Liam Gillick, Pierre Huyghe and Anri Sala at MO.CO

    Pierre Huyghe, Zoodrum 4, 2011, live marine ecosystem, resin shell after Constantin Brancusi’s Sleeping Muse (1910) Ishikawa Foundation, Okayama, Japan. © Pierre Huyghe
    Photo © Guillaume Ziccarelli

     

    Coinciding with the inauguration of the Hôtel des Collections on June 29, the MO.CO. unveils the first public presentation of masterpieces from the Ishikawa Collection. This outstanding and relatively recent private collection begun in 2011 by Yasuharu Ishikawa, a Japanese entrepreneur born in 1970 at Okayama, is characterized by exceptional coherence and a Japanese feel that derives primarily from its emphasis on minimal, understated, subtle forms.

     

    The exhibition Intimate Distance, curated by Yuko Hasegawa, Artistic Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (MOT) features nearly 30 works by artists such as Simon Fujiwara, Ryan Gander, Liam Gillick, Pierre Huyghe, and Anri Sala.

     

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  • Pierre Huyghe Named Artistic Director of the 2019 Okayama Art Summit

    Ishikawa Foundation, Okayama Fall 2019
    Pierre Huyghe Named Artistic Director of the 2019 Okayama Art Summit

    Pierre Huyghe.

     

    Okayama Art Summit 2019, the second iteration of the large-scale international art exhibition, will be held in the fall of 2019.

     

    Pierre Huyghe, a participant of the Okayama Art Summit 2016, has been appointed artistic director. The exhibition will be produced by Ishikawa Foundation’s president, Yasuharu Ishikawa.

     

  • Duet With Artists: with Angela Bulloch, Rodney Graham, Pierre Huyghe, and Tino Sehgal

    Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen Through August 27, 2017 www.museum-morsbroich.de
  • Pierre Huyghe: Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

    Eis Palast Münster, Münster June 10 – October 1, 2017 www.skulptur-projekte.de
    Pierre Huyghe: Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

    Pierre Huyghe, artist's plan, Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

    Image: © Pierre Huyghe

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