Manifesta 14 with Ugo RondinoneVarious locations, Prishtina July 22 – October 30, 2022 www.manifesta14.org
With Ugo Rondinone
Various locations, Prishtina
July 22 – October 30, 2022
For Manifesta 14, Ugo Rondinone brings forth an object of “beauty and contemplation” in one of Prishtina‘s most frequented public gathering spaces – Adem Jashari Square – at a time when monuments the world over are being troubled for their entanglement with ideologies.
Esther Schipper at artmonte-carlo 2022artmonte-carlo July 14 – 16, 2022 www.estherschipper.com
10, Avenue Princesse Grace
Through 16, 2022
With works by
Ann Veronica Janssens
Sojourner Truth Parsons
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At l'Esplanade, the outdoor sculpture Pentagon Totem: High Five by Angela Bulloch will be on view through the fair.
Film Premiere: Servus Papa, See You in HellMunich Film Festival June 26, June 27 & July 2, 2022 www.filmfest-muenchen.de
Unlimited Night – Ari Benjamin Meyers, K ClubArt Basel | Unlimited Night Hall 1.0 Thursday June 16, 2022, 7–10pm www.artbasel.com
Ari Benjamin MeyersK Club K Club
Art Basel | Unlimited Night
10 Messeplatz, Basel
Thursday June 16, 2022, 7–10pm
Special tickets for the Unlimited Night can be purchased here. A ticket to Unlimited Night does not guarantee access to K Club.
A special performance of Ari Benjamin Meyers, K Club will be at the inaugural Art Basel Unlimited Night on Thursday June 16, 2022, 7–10pm.
Esther Schipper at Art Basel 2022Messe Basel June 14 – 19, 2022 www.artbasel.com
Art Basel 2022
Through June 19, 2022
We hope you will join us at Booth R1 at Art Basel through June 19 and hope you can attend Ari Benjamin Meyers' K Club at the inaugural edition of Unlimited Night from Art Basel on Thursday, June 16, 7–10pm at Hall 1.0, 10 Messeplatz, Basel.
Nathan Carter – Opening Friday June 10Esther Schipper June 10 – July 16, 2022 www.estherschipper.com
Nathan CarterSilky-Way Sylvan Slip-Throughs for Switchblade Shirley from Sapphronia
Silky-way Sylvan Slip-throughs Serrated Sub-space Side-winders
and Countess Von Venomous’ Private Pearl Position
June 10 – July 16, 2022
Opening Friday June 10, 6–9pm
Esther Schipper is pleased to announce Silky-way Sylvan Slip-throughs Serrated Sub-space Side-winders and Countess Von Venomous’ Private Pearl Position, a special presentation by Nathan Carter, who has had four solo exhibitions with the gallery.
Now Representing – Sojourner Truth ParsonsEsther Schipper
Esther Schipper is delighted to announce representation of Sojourner Truth Parsons.
"I am looking at art through my heart. Maybe that's selfish, but I want to find something I didn't know was there."
—Sojourner Truth Parsons, 2016
Christophe…définitivement, directed by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster & Ange Leccia75th Festival de Cannes 2022 Wednesday, May 25, 2022, 9.30pm www.festival-cannes.comEsther Schipper congratulates Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Ange Leccia, directors of the film Christophe... définitivement, included in the Official Selection of 75th Festival de Cannes, 2022.
Cinema de la Plage (open-air cinema)
Macé beach, Bd. de la Croisette
Wednesday, May 25, 2022, 9.30pm
Screening in the presence of Ange Leccia and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
Followed by a musical evening organized by ARTE
Esther Schipper at Art Basel Hong Kong 2022Art Basel Hong Kong 2022 May 25 – 29, 2022 www.artbasel.com
Art Basel Hong Kong 2022
Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Harbour Road
Hong Kong, China
May 25 – 29, 2022
Private View: May 25 – 27
Vernissage: Friday, May 27, 2pm–8pm
Public Days: May 28 – 29
Esther Schipper is delighted to announce our participation in Art Basel Hong Kong 2022, with works by Matti Braun and Angela Bulloch.
Esther Schipper at Taipei Dangdai 2022Taipei Dangdai 2022 May 19 – 22, 2022 www.taipeidangdai.com
Simon Fujiwara and Who the Bær in collaboration with CIRCABerlin, London, Los Angeles, Milan, Melbourne, New York, Seoul and Tokyo April 1 – 30, 2022 www.circa.artSimon Fujiwara
Presented by CIRCA
Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Milan, Melbourne, New York, Seoul and Tokyo
April 1 – 30, 2022
Watch online at www.circa.art
In a new stop-motion animation by Simon Fujiwara, viewers are invited to follow Who the Bær - the cartoon protagonist - on their quest for identity and belonging. Curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal, Hello Who? will premiere April 1, 2022 on London’s Piccadilly Lights and broadcast everyday at 20:22 throughout the month across the CIRCA global network of screens in Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Milan, Melbourne, New York and Seoul.
Esther Schipper at BAMA Busan 2022BAMA Busan 2022 April 7 – 10, 2022 www.bamabusan.com
Liam Gillick & Gelitin, Stinking Dawn – World PremiereCPH:DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival March 25, March 30, and April 3, 2022 www.cphdox.dk
Liam Gillick & GelitinStinking Dawn
World Premiere: Stinking Dawn
CPH:DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival
March 25, March 30, and April 3, 2022
Tickets to each screening are available here.
Stinking Dawn - a movie by Liam Gillick and Gelitin, examines the limits of human tolerance in the face of oppression, political crisis and excessive self-delusion, where the boundaries between body and world dissolve in a delirious and darkly funny mirror image of civilization itself.
Rehearsing Philadelphia – A Meta-Score by Ari Benjamin MeyersVarious Locations, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 25 – April 10, 2022 www.rehearsingphiladelphia.com
A Meta-Score by Ari Benjamin Meyers
March 25 – April 10, 2022
Opening Weekend: March 25 – 26, 2022
Created by Ari Benjamin Meyers and jointly produced and presented by the Curtis Institute of Music and Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, Rehearsing Philadelphia is a large-scale public project that explores how we can come together as a city through musical rehearsal. The traditional musical preparation process focuses on rehearsing as a way to attain perfection, which is then repeated in performance. This is not how we live modern life in a rapidly changing world of social upheaval. The future will be rehearsed, not perfected. Rehearsing Philadelphia re-examines the rehearsal processes which allow people to act together and be empowered to create new realities.
Jac Leirner, Us Horizon – Opening Saturday March 12, 2 – 8 pmEsther Schipper March 12 – April 14, 2022 www.estherschipper.com
March 12 – April 14, 2022
Opening Saturday March 12, 2–8 pm
Esther Schipper is pleased to present Us Horizon, Jac Leirner’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Us Horizon will include a new work from Leirner’s acclaimed series constructed from ensembles of plastic shopping bags, and a new installation made of found numbered markers. Her conceptually rigorous and formally beautiful works draw on a wide array of art historical and formal influences, as well as embracing the transgressive legacies of Dada, Constructivism, Pop and Conceptual Art, Arte Povera, and Punk, among others.
Hito Steyerl’s Digital Visions by Merve Erme in The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Hito Steyerl’s Digital Visions
By Merve Erme
Read the full article here
'It would be wrong to claim that I first met the German artist Hito Steyerl on such-and-such day, insuch-and-such city, where the weather was bright or blustery, and that she arrived suitably dressed for this season or the next. It is more accurate to say that she simply appeared while I was waiting in the atrium of the Communist Party court, under a spectacular red banner from which the faces of Marx, Engels, Lenin, and Stalin bore down on me. One minute I was alone, and the next she was there—all yellow and smooth, except for the thick black cubes of her hands and her large, impassive face. Four black cats trailed her, in place of her shadow. “I spawned a lot of them, so they have multiplied,” she murmured. Suddenly, a kitten wobbled out from between her legs. “I made a baby!” she cried. When I tried to balance a puffer fish on my own blocky hand to feed thekitten, I pressed the wrong button, and kicked it instead.
Kicking kittens is, I believe, usually discouraged, but in Minecraft, the sandbox video game in which players extract raw materials—water, wood, sugarcane, coal ore, gold, lapis lazuli—and use them to craft three-dimensional Legolands, the stakes of violence seem lower. The game is “a very good metaphor for how platforms really work,” Steyerl told me. Platforms seduce their users into performing the unpaid work of content creation—uploading the texts, photographs, videos, and music that are the raw material of the digital world—while mining their metadata to create newmarkets for corporate and military surveillance. “Many of the other platforms are quite devious,” she said. “We don’t really know whether your face is being used to train facial-recognition algorithms or something like that.” In the digital economy, free labor tenders a self-replenishing vein of gold for capital’s pickaxe.'
– Merve Erme for The New Yorker, February 2022
Now Open – Esther Schipper at ARCOmadrid 2022, Booth 9B09 and 40 (+1) Anniversary, Booth 17ARCOmadrid
Esther Schipper is pleased to participate in ARCOmadrid 2022, taking place through February 27. We hope you will join us at the fair, Booth 9B09.
Premiere – David Claerbout, The CloseConcertgebouw Brugge Sunday February 20, 2022 www.concertgebouw.be
The Close, a new video work by David Claerbout has been added to the Concertgebouw Brugge collection. Intended as a short, emotional history of the camera, The Close reflects on what Claerbout calls ‘dark optics’: a profound if chaotic recalibration happening in our time, of the beliefs we share in regards to image, information and language. For the premiere of The Close, Arvo Pärt’s Da pacem Domine will be performed live by the Flemish Radio Choir.
Sunday February 20, 2022
11am – tickets
2pm – tickets
4pm – tickets
Esther Schipper at ARCOmadrid 2022Booth 9B09 February 23 – 27, 2022 www.ifema.es
Recinto Ferial, Av. Partenón 5
February 23 – 27, 2022
Esther Schipper is pleased to participate in ARCOmadrid 2022, taking place from February 23 – 27. We hope you will join us at the fair, Booth 9B09.
With works by:
Ann Veronica Janssens
Daniel Steegmann Mangrané
40 (+1) Anniversary | Booth 17
With AA Bronson and General Idea
Esther Schipper is pleased to participate in this year’s special section ARCOmadrid's 40 (+1) Anniversary, from February 23 – 27. The unique project brings past and present together through the galleries and their essential relationship with artists and collectors that have always been present at ARCOmadrid throughout its history. The programme participants have been invited by María Inés Rodríguez, Francesco Stocchi and Sergio Rubira.
Esther Schipper presents two historical works: General Idea's El Dorado Series,1992, and AA Bronson‘s Untitled (For General Idea), 1997.
Tao Hui nominated for the 2021 Jimei X Arles Discovery AwardJimei Citizen Square Main Exhibition Hall and Three Shadows Photography Art Centre, Xiamen November 26, 2021 – January 3, 2022 www.rencontres-arles.com
Esther Schipper congratulates Tao Hui, nominated for the 2021 Jimei X Arles Discovery Award. Established by the Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival, the prize recognizes outstanding photographic work from a Chinese artist.
All ten nominees will present their work during the Seventh Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival, opening in Xiamen on November 26, 2021, and runs until January 3, 2022. The winner will be announced during the opening week and will receive an invitation to present a solo exhibition at Les Rencontres d’Arles in 2022.
Tao Hui creates photographs and immersive video-installations that bend the boundaries of fiction and reality to address cultural and identity related issues. His works are visceral and provocative, yet enlightening and always imbued with a strong emotional power and a sense of displacement, inviting the viewers to confront themselves with their own cultural history, ways of living and social identities.
Esther Schipper at Art Cologne 2021Koelnmesse November 18–21, 2021 www.artcologne.com
Now Open! LOOP Fair 2021 with Daniel Steegmann MangranéLa Pedrera – Casa Milà, Barcelona 16 - 18 November , 2021 www.loop-barcelona.com
LOOP Fair 2021A Dream Dreaming a Dream
with Daniel Steegmann Mangrané
La Pedrera – Casa Milà
Passeig de Gràcia, 92
Through November 18, 2021
Esther Schipper is pleased to participate in LOOP Fair 2021 where we present Daniel Steegmann Mangrané's A Dream Dreaming a Dream, 2020, a real-time, infinitely changing animation, always similar but also always generated anew, of a dreaming panther roaming the forest.
Hito Steyerl, Guest of Honor at the International Documentary Film Festival AmsterdamFrederiksplein 52 1017 XN Amsterdam November 17 – 28, 2021 www.idfa.nl
International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam
With Hito Steyerl, Guest of Honor
1017 XN Amsterdam
November 17 – 28, 2021
November 19, 2:30–4:35 pm – Hito Steyerl: The Empty Center + Master Talk – Tickets
November 20, 8:30–10 pm – IDFA Dialogue: Hito Steyerl and her Top 10 – Tickets
Hito Steyerl who is Guest of Honor of this year's International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam curated a Top 10 program. Key to apprehending her own seismic body of work, Steyerl’s selection presents a lineup of dissident filmmakers who, each in their own way, have radically shaped the art of political documentary cinema.
Matti Braun and Angela Bulloch – Hamburgische Kulturstiftung Benefit Art AuctionHamburgische Kulturstiftung Live auction: November 15, 2021 Online auction: November 2 – 16, 2021 www.kulturstiftung-hh.de
Simon Fujiwara – Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2021Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève November 12, 2021 – January 30, 2022 www.bim21.ch
Biennale de l'Image en Mouvement 2021: A Goodbye Letter, A Love Call, A Wake-Up Song
With Simon Fujiwara
Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève
Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 10
November 12, 2021 – January 30, 2022
Opening: November 11, 6 pm
Admission free: a vaccine certificate is required for entry
Co-curated by the collaborative DIS and Andrea Bellini, Director of the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève, the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2021 (BIM'21) includes works by 14 artists and collectives, that all grapple with a shift in consciousness and a need to debunk narratives.
Ugo Rondinone | UNQUESTIONING LOVE: An Auction to Benefit the New York City AIDS MemorialNew York, New York November 9 & 12, 2021 www.nycaidsmemorial.org
UNQUESTIONING LOVE: An Auction to Benefit the New York City AIDS Memorial
With works by Ugo Rondinone
November 9 & 12, 2021
Christie's New York
20 Rockefeller Plaza
The New York City AIDS Memorial has partnered with Christie’s for Unquestioning Love, a selection of contemporary artworks across two auctions — the 21st Century Evening Sale on November 9, and the Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale on November 12 to which Ugo Rondinone has donated yellow green pink mountain, 2021.
This charitable auction is dedicated to creating a vital and strategic fund that will help to ensure the preservation of the New York City AIDS Memorial’s physical space in perpetuity and support and strengthen many future years of ambitious arts, cultural, and educational programs.
The proceeds of the sale, occurring as the New York City AIDS Memorial celebrates the 10th anniversary of its founding and the 5th anniversary of its public dedication, will help create a vital and strategic fund that will ensure the preservation of the Memorial’s physical space in perpetuity and support and strengthen many future years of ambitious arts, cultural, and educational programs.
Esther Schipper and Taro Nasu at Art Collaboration Kyoto 2021Kyoto International Conference Center Event Hall November 5–7, 2021 www.a-c-k.jp
Art Collaboration Kyoto
Joint presentation by Esther Schipper and Taro Nasu
Kyoto International Conference Center Event Hall
November 5–7, 2021
For Art Collaboration Kyoto, November 4 – 7, 2021, Esther Schipper is pleased to announce a joint presentation together with Taro Nasu.
Angela Bulloch – Opening Friday November 5Esther Schipper November 5, 2021 www.estherschipper.com
Angela Bulloch Pentagon Totem: Perp
Animal Vegetable Mineral
November 5 – December 18, 2021
Opening Friday November 5, 2 – 8 pm
Esther Schipper is pleased to present Angela Bulloch's Animal Vegetable Mineral, the artist’s 13th exhibition with the gallery. On view will be all new works, further developing the artist's iconic series and her sculptures assembled from modular geometric elements, as well as a monumental wall painting and a projected digital animation.
Rosa Barba in conversation with Joachim JägerNeue Nationalgalerie Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 7 pm – 9 pm www.smb.museum.com
In conversation with Joachim Jäger
Potsdamer Straße 50, 10785 Berlin
Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 7 pm – 9 pm
Free, booking required
On the occasion of her exhibition In a Perpetual Now at the Neue Nationalgalerie, Rosa Barba talks with director Joachim Jäger about her artistic work and ongoing projects related to the 15 cinematic and sculptural works on display there until January 16, 2022. The conversation will be mostly conducted in German.
Ari Benjamin Meyers announced as Artist in ResidenceBeethoven Orchestra Bonn www.beethovenfest.de
Esther Schipper congratulates Ari Benjamin Meyers, who was named Artist in Residence at the Beethoven Orchestra in Bonn.
Now Open – Esther Schipper at Frieze London 2021Frieze London 14 - 17 October, 2021 www.frieze.com
Esther Schipper at FIAC, ParisGrand Palais Éphémère, Paris October 21 – 24, 2021 www.fiac.com
Anri Sala – Finissage – Kunsthaus BregenzKunsthaus Bregenz October 10, 2021, 11 am www.kunsthaus-bregenz.at
Finissage – Artist Talk with Anri Sala & André Vida
October 10, 2021, 11 am
Further Information on the talk
Current COVID-19 guidelines at Kunsthaus Bregenz
On the occasion of the closing of Anri Sala's major solo exhibition at Kunsthaus Bregenz, the artist will be in conversation with André Vida, giving a personal insight into his work on the last day of the exhibition.
Thomas Demand – Centro BotínCentro Botín, Santander October 9, 2021 – March 6 2022 www.centrobotin.org
Thomas Demand presents Mundo de Papel at Centro Botín, Santander. The exhibition is conceived as an installation combining photographs not previously shown and others selected by the artist and Udo Kittelmann, curator of the exhibition.
For Mundo de Papel, Demand has designed an entire simulated urban landscape, composed of eight pavilions surrounded by wallpaper installations. Each pavilion hangs from the ceiling and serves as a display for his photographs and video works dating from 1996 to the most recent from 2021.
Subjects include Whitney Houston’s last meal at the Beverly Hilton Hotel; the control room at Fukushima’s nuclear power plant; the recent Diamond Princess cruise ship stuck in quarantine; a pond with waterlilies like an impressionist painting; a red bow glowing in the sun or discarded plastic cups stuck on a mesh fence. Each scene is reconstructed with paper and cardboard using intricate folding and cutting techniques. After the model is built, he photographs them and discards the objects he created leaving only a visual narrative.
Accompanying the exhibition will be a unique pop-up book including an essay by Nobel Prize-winning author Mario Vargas Llosa and with three-dimensional representations of the pavilions, produced by Thomas Demand and co-edited in collaboration with Fundación Botín and London-based publishers Mack Books. Demand will lead a special workshop in Santander during the exhibition.
Julia Scher – MAMCO, GenevaMAMCO, Geneva October 6, 2021 – January 30, 2022 www.mamco.ch
The work of Julia Scher, which first appeared in the 1980s, is noteworthy for its systematic use of surveillance techniques, particularly CCTV. Scher’s technical background provided her with in-depth knowledge of a range of surveillance systems. She worked at a well-known security firm for a period of time before setting up her own company, Safe and Secure Productions.
Rosa Barba’s Open-Air Cinema and Premiere: Inside the Outset: Evoking a Space of Passage, 2021UN Buffer Zone, Deryneia, Cyprus Friday September 10, 2021, 8:30 pm
Esther Schipper is is pleased to announce the inaugural ceremony of Rosa Barba’s Open-Air Cinema and premiere of her film Inside the Outset: Evoking a Space of Passage, 2021.
Inside the Outset is a project that consists of two parts: a film and a long-term open-air cinema installation within the 180-kilometer UN-controlled "Green Line Buffer Zone" in Cyprus. This area divides the island between North and South, and forms the starting point of Rosa Barba’s artistic intervention.
The project started seven years ago when Barba was invited by Point Centre for Contemporary Art in Nicosia and by the curator Mirjam Varadinis to Cyprus and proposed a cinema sculpture for the Buffer Zone. The inaugural ceremony of the Open-Air Cinema will take place in the presence of His Excellency the Ambassador of Italy to Cyprus on September 10, 2021, with the projection of Barba's film Inside the Outset: Evoking a Space of Passage along with films selected by the project’s Advisory Board of artists from each side of the Green Line and beyond. Visitors from both sides of the island will be able to enter the Buffer Zone, which is usually closed to civilians.
In a recent article for The Brooklyn Rail, Rosa Barba discusses this project as well as her other current projects – Read it here
Esther Schipper is pleased to announce the representation of Sarah Buckner
Sarah Buckner was born in 1984 in Frankfurt, Germany. She studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Palermo and at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Buckner lives and works in Cologne.
Sarah Buckner's image world is inspired by multiple sources: real-life encounters, books, films and imagination. She has developed an intuitive and fluid approach that transforms these impressions through her material practice. Her works distil narratives into images full of mystery, their atmospheric scenes resonating with emotional potency—the exact nature of which remains elusive, even to the artist, she says.
As Meret Held has written: “Between the concrete and the non-concrete, between the said and unsaid, she forms pictorial worlds that come very close to that of the dream. Like the dream, Sarah Buckner's paintings are determined by a mixture of (past) experienced, (present) acting and (forward-looking) premonition. We are taken from the real space into the dream world by certain, peculiarly present picture elements, but especially by the materiality of the paintings themselves, the oil paint, which carries the trace of painting in itself and with it the liveliness of the painter herself.”
In 2020, Sarah Buckner was awarded the Residence NRW+ grant, and at the conclusion of the residency period presented her work in the solo exhibition Head over Heels at the Westfälischer Kunstverein in Münster in 2021.
In 2021, Buckner's work was included in Esther Schipper's group exhibition L'Invitation au voyage. Buckner’s work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions across Europe and the US. Among her participations in institutional exhibitions are: Salon des Amateurs, Tramps, London (2018), Lia Pasqualino Noto / Casa Studio, Manifesta 12, Palermo (2018); 1001 Bild, Villa de Bank, Enschede (2018), Eggy and Seedy, Munchies, London (2017), Petto, L’Ascensore, Palermo (2015), Beyond the Stage, Canongate Venture Edinburgh (2013).
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steirischer herbst ’21 with Tino Sehgal and Hito Steyerlsteirischer herbst ’21, Graz and Styria
Ann Veronica Janssens – MetamorphosisDesign Week, Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Milan September 4 – 10, 2021
On the occasion of Milan Design Week, Italian luxury house Bulgari presents Metamorphosis, an immersive journey inside the iconic Serpenti jewelry collection in dialogue with the work of four renowned contemporary artists, including Ann Veronica Janssens.
Playfully titled gam gam gam, Janssens‘ site-specific installation conceived for the Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Milan, uses natural light and a composition of new works characterized by a minimalist aesthetic in contrast with the maximalism and the sumptuous decor of the museum's architecture. The exhibition includes a golden Venetian blind which was specially produced for the windows of the room, and six of her iconic aquariums, where optical physical phenomena are used to expand the observers' perception.
A bilingual catalogue titled Serpenti. Il Potere delle Metamorfosi – The Power of Metamorphosis, published by Silvana Editoriale, is forthcoming.
Etienne Chambaud, Inexistence - Online Viewing RoomThrough August 28, 2021 www.estherschipper.com
Esther Schipper is pleased to present an Online Viewing Room dedicated to Etienne Chambaud’s exhibition Inexistence, the artist’s first with the gallery. The works included in the exhibitions are a scent and a sound installation, a sculptural work generating a pattern of temperatures, three light installations, glass works, bronze sculptures and modified panel paintings.
Visit our OVR here
The Online Viewing Room features an exhibition film in which Chambaud takes you through the exhibition.
Simon Fujiwara, Who the Bær - Online Viewing RoomThrough July 14, 2021 www.estherschipper.com
Esther Schipper and Dvir Gallery are pleased to present parallel Online Viewing Rooms on the occasion of Simon Fujiwara's solo exhibition at Kunstinstituut Melly, Rotterdam (on view through September 12, 2021).
Visit our OVR here.
For his first solo exhibition in the Netherlands, Simon Fujiwara presents works from his most recent project Who the Bær. Developed during the lockdown in the spring of 2020, Fujiwara created a unique cartoon character in the form of a denim wearing bear with a golden heart and an uncontrollably long tongue, that seemingly has no gender, race, sexuality or even a clear design. Without an identity, Who exists only as an image, a status that allows them the freedom to roam a world of online images, appropriating characters, identities, aesthetics and guises in a greedy search for a "self".
Who the Bær is also at the centre of a major solo exhibition currently presented at Fondazione Prada in Milan, through September 27.
Who the Bær can also be followed via their official Instagram account, @whothebaer.
Artist Talk with Simon FujiwaraFondazione Prada Instagram Wednesday ,3 March, 7 pm (CET) www.instagram.com/fondazioneprada
What would you like to know about Who The Bær?
Tune in to attend the digital preview of the exhibition Who The Bær on Wednesday 3 March at 7 pm (CET) live on the @fondazioneprada Instagram account
Simon Fujiwara will unveil his site-specific project and, in conversation with author Barbara Casavecchia will go through the key themes that inspired the fantastical character of Who The Bær.
FIAC Online Viewing RoomMarch 4 – 7, 2021 https://fiac.viewingrooms.com/
We are pleased to announce our participation in the first iteration of FIAC Online Viewing Room where we will present major works by Rosa Barba, Martin Boyce, Angela Bulloch, Etienne Chambaud, General Idea, Ann Veronica Janssens, Isa Melsheimer, Roman Ondak, Philippe Parreno, and Ugo Rondinone.
Simon Fujiwara at Fondazione PradaFondazione Prada, Milan March 2 – September 27, 2021 www.fondazioneprada.org
For this new site-specific project conceived for the ground floor of the Podium in the Milan premises of Fondazione Prada, Simon Fujiwara introduces audiences to the fairytale world of Who the Bær, an original cartoon character that inhabits a fantasy universe created by the artist. Who the Bær is a cartoon bear without a clear character – “Who” as they are known, seems to have not yet developed a strong personality or instincts, they have no history, defined gender or even sexuality. Who the Bær only knows that they are an image, and they seek to define themselves in a world of other images.
The world of Who the Bær is a flat, online world of pictures, yet one full of endless possibilities. Who the Bær can transform or adapt into any image they encounter, taking on the attributes and identities of those depicted within the image – human, animal or even object. In this sense the fantastical world of Who the Bær is a world of freedom: Who can be whoever they wish to be, Who can transcend time and place, Who can be both subject and object. Yet Who the Bær may never be able to overcome their one true challenge – to become anything more than just an image.
Who the Bær’s fantasy adventures are presented at Fondazione Prada in a giant labyrinth made almost entirely from cardboard and recyclable materials and forming the shape of a giant bear. As visitors travel through the bear-like installation, they are introduced to the basic design and formation of the cartoon character of Who the Bær before embarking on a series of adventures that follow Who the Bær around their fairytale world. Told through drawings, collages, sculptures and animations, we witness Who the Bær in their perennial quest for an authentic self.
Inspired by the tradition of fairytales as well as modern animation movies, Fujiwara uses the mechanisms of fantasy to explore some of the joys and traumas we face as a society possessed with images and spectacle.
The exhibition is completed by a publication, which is part of Fondazione Prada’s Quaderni series. Conceived as an illustrated story book, it includes a conversation with the artist.
The adventures of Who the Bær can be experienced on Instagram following their official account @whothebaer.
Live Tour and Zoom Conversation with Ryan GanderFebruary 9, 2021, 12 pm (EST), 6pm (CET)
Live Tour and Zoom Conversation with Ryan Gander and Princeton Program in Visual Arts faculty member David Reinfurt
February 9, 2021, 12 pm (EST), 6pm (CET)
Pre-registration is required
Register for the tour HERE
Esther Schipper is pleased to announce the representation of Cemile Sahin
Cemile Sahin was born in Wiesbaden, Germany, in 1990. She studied Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London and at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. She lives and works in Berlin.
Sahin's artistic practice operates between film, photography, sculpture and text. Points of departure include both images and stories, which she stages in multimedia video installations. Her work questions the instrumentalization of media and the significance of diverse perspectives for the writing of history. Working with a variety of media, she explores how history and its narration changes when it is constructed through diverse—or even contradictory—points of view.
Her debut novel TAXI was published in 2019, followed by her book Alle Hunde Sterben in 2020, both of which are important components of her artistic practice. In 2019 she was awarded the ars viva 2020 prize for Visual Arts. The same year she was a fellow of the JUNGE AKADEMIE at the Akademie der Künste Berlin.
Online Tour with Isa MelsheimerInstagram Live Saturday December 12, 2020, 12 noon
Online Tour of Isa Melsheimer's false ruins and lost innocence
with Isa Melsheimer and Jan Kage
Saturday December 12, 2020, 12 noon
The tour will be held in German
Join the tour on Instagram Live
Join Isa Melsheimer and author, musician, and curator, Jan Kage as they take you on a tour of false ruins and lost innocence, Isa Melsheimer's current exhibition at the gallery.
Esther Schipper is pleased to announce the representation of Rosa Barba
Rosa Barba was born in 1972 in Agrigento, Italy. She currently lives and works in Berlin.
She studied at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne and has completed her PhD at the Malmö Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, Lund University in 2018.
She has been a visiting professor at MIT, ACT (Program in Art, Culture and Technology), in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Barba holds a professorship in Fine Arts at the University of the Arts, Bremen.
Rosa Barba engages within the medium of film through a sculptural approach. In her works, Barba creates installations and site-specific interventions to analyze the ways film articulates space, placing the work and the viewer in a new relationship. Questions of composition, physicality of form and plasticity play an important role for the artist as Barba examines the industry of cinema and its staging vis-à-vis gesture, genre, information and documents. Her film works are situated between experimental documentary and fictional narrative. They often focus on natural landscapes and human-made interventions into the environment and explore the relationship of historical records, personal anecdotes, and filmic representation, creating spaces of memory and uncertainty.
Hito Steyerl's "SocialSim" Live StreamTwitch TV Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Hito Steyerl's simulation Social Sim screening live from a locked down K21 to reflect the current political climate.
Online Tour with Andrew GrassieInstagram Live Sunday, November 1, 2020, 11:30 am
Online Tour of Still Frame with Andrew Grassie and Manuel Miseur, Director at Esther Schipper
Sunday November 1, 2020, 11:30 am
On Instagram live
Andrew Grassie’s paintings are based on photographs he has taken himself or that he, in some cases, has found. Often they have been elaborately staged, although this effort is veiled by the ostensibly unassuming matterof-factness the small, precisely painted works exude. The works are executed with tempera, a technique associated with pre-Renaissance panel paintings anteceding the development of oil paint. Tempera dries very rapidly and remains relatively sheer. To create cover and solid colors, many layers are needed.
Artist Talk with Philippe ParrenoMoMA Online Wednesday, October 14, 2020, 12 pm (EST) www.moma.org
Enjoy a discussion with artist Philippe Parreno, creator of the installation Echo, a "sensible and sentient automaton" that "lives" in MoMA's lobby and interacts with visitors, and hear about what he's working on and thinking about these days.
An online lecture/panel discussion with Philippe Parreno
Wednesday, October 14, 2020, 12 pm (EST)
Body, Identity, Performance: Films by Tao Hui and Monira Al QadiriBi’bak, Berlin October 8, 2020, 8 pm www.bi-bak.de
Film screening with Tao Hui
October 8, 2020, 8 pm
Artist Talk & Online Opening with Thomas DemandM Museum, Leuven October 8 , 2020, 8 – 9 pm https://fb.me/e/2SSLBGtY4
Starting 9 October M is presenting the new exhibition HOUSE OF CARD by Thomas Demand. In order to limit the spread of the coronavirus there will be no physical opening event. Instead, there will be a livestream on Facebook on Thursday evening 8 October.
8 pm – Première of the film M and Thomas Demand made on the exhibition (English, subtitles in Dutch and French)
8:15 pm – Conversation between curator Valerie Verhack and Thomas Demand (English) on the exhibition at M and the accompanying book.
Click HERE to attend the online event
Art in 2020 - Live Broadcast by Art Basel with Simon Fujiwara and Ryan GanderTuesday, September 22, 2020, 10 AM ET / 4PM CET / 10HKT www.artbasel.comOVR:2020, which opens on September 23, is dedicated to art made in 2020. On the eve of its launch, Art Basel and the Financial Times invite leading artists to discuss their new work, and how their practice has responded to these extraordinary times.Moderator Jan Dalley, Arts Editor, Financial Times, will be joined by Sadie Barnette, Ryan Gander, Ebony G. Patterson and Simon Fujiwara.Register here!
Book Launch with Liam GillickMuseo Madre, Naples Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 6.30 pm www.madrenapoli.it
On Wednesday September 9, at 18.30, the Museo Madre will present the new publication by Liam Gillick: Standing On Top of a Building: Films 2008-2019 published in June 2020 by Edizioni Madre and arte’m.
After an introduction by the president of the Fondazione Donnaregina per le arti contemporanee, Laura Valente, Liam Gillick will be joined in conversation with the curators, Alberto Salvadori and Andrea Viliani.
The publication is the first retrospective dedicated exclusively to Liam Gillick’s film production.
Ari Benjamin Meyers – Solo (Social Distance Version)Collegium Hungaricum & Yellow Solo, Berlin www.yellowsolo.de
Solo by Ari Benjamin Meyers was first presented in Berlin in 2009 by Soundfair at Loge. In line with the basic concept of the work, only one person at a time was allowed to enter the space, to experience a live vocal performance of ca. seven minutes, delivered by a solo singer. In the first version of the performance the soloist and the solo audience were in one space, a small room which created, in fact provoked, an inevitably intimate connection between the two.
In Solo (Social Distance Version)—presented first at CHB-Collegium Hungaricum Berlin and later at Yellow Solo—the soloist and the solo audience are separated by a wall, and thus the show, experienced in complete solitude, is comprised not of hearing, but overhearing.
CHB – Collegium Hungaricum Berlin
Dorotheenstraße 12, 10117 Berlin
September 11, 12, both days 4 pm - 10 pm
Duration of the performance: 10 min
The performance takes place in continuous repetition from 4 pm till 10 pm on the 11th and 12th of September. A solo visitor is allowed to enter the space following a short break after each performance.
From 4 pm to 7 pm, the performance can only be visited at a pre-booked time slot. It is not necessary to register between 7 pm and 10 pm, entry is in the order of arrival.
Danziger Straße 162a, 10407 Berlin
September 19, 26, October 4, 11, on all four days 4 pm – 8 pm
Duration of the performance: 10 min
The performance can only be visited here at a pre-booked time slot.
Artist Talk with Gabriel KuriThe Douglas Hyde Gallery (online) Thursday September 3, 2020, 7:30 pm (CET) www.douglashydegallery.com
Gabriel Kuri in conversation with Georgina Jackson
Thursday 3 September 2020, 7.30 pm (CET)
Join Gabriel Kuri and The Douglas Hyde Gallery Director Georgina Jackson as they discuss Kuri's practice, in particular his current exhibition The Douglas Hyde Gallery "spending static to save gas". The conversation will be live cast on The Douglas Hyde Gallery YouTube channel.
Online Artist Talk with AA Bronson & Adrian StimsonHirshhorn Museum (online) August 19 2020, 2–3 pm www.hirshhorn.si.edu
(At Home) On Art And Healing: Online Artist Talk
With AA Bronson And Adrian Stimson
Hirshhorn Museum (online)
August 19 2020, 2–3 pm
Artists AA Bronson and Adrian Stimson join Hirshhorn assistant curator Betsy Johnson for a discussion on their work and recent collaboration to address the fundamental role that art can play in helping us to face unspeakable atrocities, rebuild relationships and trust, and find healthy ways to heal and move forward together. Through this conversation, the artists approach the unanswerable question—one posed by Bronson in his work A Public Apology to Siksika Nation—of how one can apologize for genocide, if at all.
SUNDAY OPENSunday July 26, 2020
Wir freuen uns, an der dritten Ausgabe von SUNDAY OPEN teilzunehmen, einer Initiative von INDEX Berlin. Unsere Ausstellung ist noch bis 26. Juli zu sehen wird am kommenden Sonntag von 12 bis 18 Uhr geöffnet sein.
We are pleased to participate in the third iteration of SUNDAY OPEN, initiated by INDEX Berlin. For its final day, our exhibition PS81E will be open this Sunday, July 26, from 12 through 6 pm.
Simon Fujiwara wins Audience Award at Preis der Nationalgalerie Shortlist Exhibition 2019Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
Esther Schipper congratulates Simon Fujiwara who has won the Audience Award for the Preis der Nationalgalerie shortlist exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof,
For the Preis der Nationalgalerie 2019, Simon Fujiwara presented a compilation of five works that stem from his investigation of contemporary mass phenomena and their economic, socio-political, and media aspects. The very different works illustrate the extent to which these phenomena have an emotional component of their own. For instance, the video installation Likeness (2018) focuses on the figure of Anne Frank and her media-effective staging and instrumentalization.
Book Launch & Reading with Matti BraunEsther Schipper Bookstore Saturday February 22, 2020, 4 pm www.estherschipper.com
On occasion of the publication of Matti Braun’s new monograph, edited in cooperation with Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay and Beth Citron, the artist will read from the Bengali science fiction story “Mangalik” by Parashuram, translated by co-editor Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay. This pioneering 1955 text is published for the first time in English.
The book brings together texts by Parashuram, Beth Citron, Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay, Dip Ghosh, Ranen Ghosh, Soham Guha, Sudhir Kakar, Sami Ahmad Khan, Matthia Löbke, Amrita Shah, highlighting the myriad interconnections of the work of Rabindranath Tagore, Vikram Sarabhai, Satyajit Ray, and Indian and Bengali science fiction. Richly illustrated, the publication focuses on Matti Braun’s artistic production of the last ten years.
Following the reading, Matti Braun and Isabelle Moffat will discuss related topics.
The reading will be in English, the discussion in German and English.
The event is free and open to the public. As seating is limited, please register HERE
Dhaka Art Summit 2020 with Prabhavathi Meppayil & Daniel Steegmann MangranéShilpakala Academy, Dhaka February 7 – 15, 2020 www.dhakaartsummit.org
Convening a critical mass of artists, thinkers, and participants, Dhaka Art Summit 2020: Seismic Movements will provoke us to reconsider (art)histories, movement, borders and fault lines. From February 7–15, Dhaka, Bangladesh will be the epicenter of a radical upheaval of how we think about art, activated by intellectual and curatorial contributions, spanning four floors of the Shilpakala Academy in the city’s vibrant University belt.
Observing the interplay and occasional confrontation inherent among architectural spaces within an emergent nation-state, seventeen artists/collaboratives respond to the built and unbuilt legacy of the ground-breaking Bangladeshi architect Muzharul Islam (1923–2012). While Prabhavathi Meppayil’s newly commissioned works observe how Muzharul Islam’s reliance on both social and empirical structures informed the making and occupation of space, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s narrative film, Fog Dog, brings us into a community of human and inhuman inhabitants of Charukala, the Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka (designed by Muzharul Islam from 1953–55).
Artist Talk with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster4th Verbier Art Summit, Bagnes January 31, 2020, 4:50 pm www.verbierartsummit.org
4th Verbier Art Summit, Bagnes
January 31, 2020, 4:50 pm
The 2020 Verbier Art Summit will ask how to envision a way forward in finding harmony between art, ecology and resources.
View the full program HERE.
David Claerbout at Galerie RudolfinumGalerie Rudolfinum, Prague January 29 – April 12, 2020 www.galerierudolfinum.cz
Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague
January 29 – April 12, 2020
The Laziness of Action
Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague
January 29, 2020, 5 – 6 pm
More information on the exhibition can be found HERE
Artist Talk with David ClaerboutZuoz, Plazzet, Switzerland January 25, 2020, 12:30 – 12:45 pm www.engadin-art-talks.ch
E.A.T./Engadin Art Talks with David Claerbout
"SILENT - LISTEN" - 10 YEARS
Zuoz, Plazzet, Switzerland
January 25, 2020, 12:30 – 12:45 pm
Find the full program HERE.
Performance and Artist Talk with Ari Benjamin MeyersSchering Stiftung, Berlin January 18 – 19, 2020, 12 – 6 pm www.scheringstiftung.de
Ari Benjamin Meyers
Performance: Solo for Ayumi
January 18 – 19, 2020, 12 – 6 pm
Book Launch: Tacet in Concert
January 18, 2020, 6:15 pm
at Schering Stiftung, Berlin
More information on the performance and book launch can be found HERE.
Film Screening with Hito SteyerlThis Human World Film Festival Top Kino, Vienna December 9, 2019, 5:30 pm www.thishumanworld.com
Helin Celik, Nathalie Borgers, Tina Leisch and Hito Steyerl, four unlike filmmakers, initiated the film series Women Rise up For Rojava and want raise awareness for solidarity with mult-ethnical, multi-ideological and feminist self-government structures in kurdish regions in Syria (Rojava) in order to strengthen the international collaboration of women for the peace building process in the Middle East.
More information can be found HERE
Art Basel Conversations Program with AA BronsonArt Basel Miami Beach December 5, 2019, 5 pm
Stonewall at 50: Has LGBTQIA+ culture been normalized?
Art Basel Conversations Program with AA Bronson, Lotic, Carlos Motta, and Sharmistha Ray
Moderator: Stuart Comer, Chief Curator of the Department of Media and Performance at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art.
December 5, 2019, 5 pm – 6 pm
More information on the event can be found HERE.
Artist Talk with Dominique Gonzalez-FoersterKHM – Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln, Cologne November 28, 2019, 7 pm www.khm.de
Artist talk with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
Introduction by Julia Scher
For more information click HERE.
Film Screening with Hito SteyerlBar Laika, 224 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, New York Wednesday, November 27, 9 pm www.e-flux.com
In Free Fall incorporates a trio of works: Before the Crash, After the Crash and Crash, which tell the story of the current global economic crisis through the example of an aeroplane junkyard in the Californian desert. The aeroplane junkyard reveals the anatomy of all sorts of crashes: both fictional and real. This is an investigation of planes as they are parked during the economic downturn, stored and recycled, revealing unexpected connections between economy, violence and spectacle.
For more information click HERE.
Symposium with Ari Benjamin MeyersHGB Gallery, Academy of Fine Arts, Leipzig November 26 – 30, 2019 www.hgb-leipzig.de
Ari Benjamin Meyers
Symposium: Show and Try Again – Curatorial Program
More information HERE.
Artist Talk with Tomás SaracenoBauhaus-Museum, Weimar Friday November 22, 2019, 2 - 3pm
Tomás Saraceno in conversation with Franz Mauelshagen on a future after the Anthropocene.
Friday November 22, 2019, 2 - 3pm
Building upon the creative energies and legacy of Bauhaus, Tomás Saraceno’s site-specific installation Sundial for Spatial Echoes at the Bauhaus-Museum Weimar envisions the utopian reconfigurations of living and dwelling in the post-Anthropocene time. The artist will discuss his heritages of the past and the visions for future with the Anthropocene historian Franz Mauelshagen.
For more information click HERE.
Artist Talk with Tao HuiAlmanac Barcelona Hotel November 21, 2019, 10 am www.loop-barcelona.com
Tao Hui in conversation with Marko Daniel
Director, Fundació Joan Miró
Almanac Barcelona Hotel
Film Screening with Ari Benjamin MeyersBabylon, Berlin November 15, Midnight www.videoart-at-midnight.de
Screening: Four Liverpool Musicians (Bette, Budgie, Ken, Louisa), 2018
For the 2018 Liverpool Biennial, Ari Benjamin Meyers created a series of musical compositions that form the basis for film portraits of four musicians from Liverpool, or with musical ties to the city: Bette Bright (Deaf School), Budgie (Siouxsie and the Banshees/Big in Japan), Ken Owen (Carcass) and Louisa Roach (She Drew The Gun).
More information can be found HERE.
Artist Talk with Tomás SaracenoKulturquartier (Kuppelhalle), Gerichtstraße 35, 13347 Berlin Saturday November 9, 6:20 pm www.savvy-contemporary.com
Kulturquartier (Kuppelhalle), Gerichtstraße 35, 13347 Berlin
For more information click HERE.
Film Screening with Dominique Gonzales-Foerster and Philippe ParrenoBar Laika, 224 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, New York Thursday, November 7, 9 pm www.e-flux.com
e-flux video rental at Bar Laika by e-flux presents: Dominique Gonzales-Foerster and Philippe Parreno
Thursday, November 7, 2019, 9pm
Philippe Parreno, The Boy From Mars, 2003
Dominique González-Foerster, Plages, 2001
For more information click HERE
Artist Talk with Anri SalaMudam Luxembourg Sunday October 20, 2019, 3:30 pm www.mudam.com
On the occasion of his exhibition Le Temps coudé, and the launch of the catalogue Coudées : Quatre variations sur Anri Sala, Anri Sala will be discussing his work with Suzanne Cotter, director of Mudam and curator of the exhibition. The talk will be held in French.
To book tickets for the talk please click HERE.
Film Screening with Anri SalaBar Laika, 224 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, New York October 17, 2019, 9 pm www-e-flux.com
Anri Sala, Dammi I Colori, 2003, chronicles the work of Sala’s friend and former artist Edi Rama as Mayor of Tirana, Albania. Dammi i Colori evokes the city as canvas and champions art as a means for social transformation. Edi Rama became mayor of Tirana in 2000, and quickly went about re-painting the capital’s decaying buildings in brilliant, provocative colors and patterns. His aesthetic and political act was a powerful visualization of change—a source of both public debate and renewed civic pride.
Esther Schipper congratulates Philippe ParrenoMoMA, New York October 21, 2019 www.moma.org
Esther Schipper congratulates Philippe Parreno for his MoMA commission.
Re-opening to the public on October 21st, after undergoing substantial renovation and a major expansion, The Museum of Modern Art in New York will present six site-specific commissions including Echo (Danny the Street), a large-scale installation by Parreno for the museum’s main lobby.
Read more about the re-opening HERE.
IF THE SNAKEOkayama Art Summit, Okayama September 27 – November 24, 2019 www.okayamaartsummit.jp
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.
Tino Sehgal – This ProcessAccelerator, Frescativägen 26A, Stockholm University September 06, 2019 – October 20, 2019 www.acceleratorsu.art
Artist Talk with Gabriel KuriWIELS – Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels September 5, 2019, 7 pm www.wiels.org
Gabriel Kuri in conversation with curator Zoë Gray at WIELS – Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels.
More information on the exhibition can be found HERE.
Disappearing Berlin with Christopher RothGipsstrasse, Berlin August 18, 2019 https://disappearingberlin.de/
The year-long DISAPPEARING BERLIN project will highlight some of Berlin’s most unique architecture and urban spaces that are currently at risk of disappearing or embody the rapid changes the city is going through. With a program of performances, installations and concerts Schinkel Pavillon will move into the city for the very first time and, together with the invited artists, creates a dialogue between performance, art and architecture to allow us to experience these places once more in a new way.
For more information and to RSVP click HERE
Philippe Parreno at Reborn Art FestivalOshika peninsula, Ajishima, Central Ishinomaki, and Matsushima Bay, Japan August 3 – September 29, 2019
We are pleased to announce Philippe Parreno’s participation in the Reborn Art Festival, curated by Etsuko Watari and Koichi Watari. For this occasion, Parreno will present a new configuration of Mont Analogue.
More information can be found HERE.
Artist Talk with Ryan GanderMerrivale Model Village, Great Yarmuth July 10, 2019, 5.30-7.30 pm www.eventbrite.co.uk
A discussion between Ryan Gander and Will Self about Ryan's 1:12 scale commission for Merrivale Model Village
one-twelfth is a series of 12 annual 1:12 scale public art commissions organised by originalprojects;. Each one will be sited at Merrivale Model Village for one season then sited at a public location within the Borough of Great Yarmouth, creating a trail of miniature artworks exploring ideas of scale, transformation and relationship to place.
For tickets and more information click HERE.
Artist Talk with Ceal Floyer44møen, Askeby July 28, 2019, 2 pm www.44moen.de
An artist talk with Ceal Floyer to mark the opening of the third chapter of 44møen's summer trilogy Exercises in Harmony.
Dominique Gonzalez Foerster – Helen & Gordon / Marienbad électriqueOpéra-Théâtre de Metz Métropole, Metz
As part of a joint commission from the Centre Pompidou Metz and the Opera de Paris, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster imagines a new "apparition", entitled Marienbad électrique at the Metz Metropole Opera-Theater, taking place on the following dates:
June 27 – 28, from 10.15 pm – 12 amJuly 18 – 20, July 25 – 27, August 1 – 3, August 8 – 10, from 9.30 pm – 12 amAugust 15 – 17, August 22 – 24, August 29 – 31, from 9 pm – 12 amSeptember 5 – 7, from 8.30 pm – 12 am
More information can be found HERE.
Hito Steyerl at Park Avenue ArmoryPark Avenue Armory, New York June 20 – July 21, 2019 www.armoryonpark.org
Artist Talk: Drill
Park Avenue Armory, New York
June 20, 2019, 6 pm
This summer, Hito Steyerl reveals her most recent installation in the U.S. to date, commissioned by the Armory and curated by Park Avenue Armory’s visual arts curator Tom Eccles. ⠀
Steyerl utilizes both the Wade Thompson Drill Hall and historic interiors of the building in mounting both pre-existing works as well as new projects commissioned by the Armory in her ongoing illumination of the world’s power structures, inequalities, obscurities, and delights. When viewed collectively, this material allows the viewer to zoom in on and out from some of the most complex and pressing issues of our time.⠀
For more information and tickets click HERE.
Artist Talk with Liam Gillick & Hito Steyerle-flux, New York June 14, 2019, 7-9 pm & June 15, 2019, 10:30 am - 8 pm www.e-flux.com
e-flux journal presents: Art After Culture? cumulative conference in New York featuring Liam Gillick and Hito Steyerl.
For more information and tickets click HERE.
Film Screening with Hito SteyerlBar Laika by e-flux, New York June 13, 2019, 9 pm
Film Screening: Lovely Andrea (2007)
Bar Laika by e-flux, New York
Thursday June 13, 2019, 9 pm
Lovely Andrea follows the artist’s quest to find a bondage photograph she posed for while in Tokyo as a film student. The film explores ideas of bondage and domination as they extend to self-identification, popular culture, and politics.
Liam Gillick In Conversation With Museum Executive and Curator Defne AyasFogo Island Arts, Fogo Island May 18, 2019, 5 – 6 pm www.fogoislandarts.ca
Liam Gillick Releases New Album with New OrderJuly 12, 2019
New Order announce live album together with Liam Gillick. The album, recorded in 2017, is a collaboration with Liam Gillick and a 12-piece synthesizer orchestra, and is titled ∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes.. and is available from July 12, 2019.
Hear a track from the new album HERE.
Book Launch and Artist Talk with Angela BullochEsther Schipper Bookstore, Berlin May 16, 2019, 5 – 7 pm
Euclid in Europe
Published by Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2019
Thursday May 16, 2019, 5 – 7 pm
Angela Bulloch in conversation with Dr. Isabelle Moffat
Esther Schipper Bookstore
Thursday May 16, 2019, 5.30 pm
Anri Sala in conversation with Marcella Beccaria and Carolyn Christov-BakargievCastello di Rivoli, Turin May 12, 2019, 11 am www.castellodirivoli.org
A public talk with Anri Sala about the exhibition AS YOU GO, which was specifically designed for the spaces on the third floor of the Castello di Rivoli, will be the starting point for the conversation.⠀
Concert with Angela Bulloch and Karin SanderAkademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg, Berlin April 28, 2019, 7 pm www.adk.de
Music for Future Images
Concert with Angela Bulloch and Karin Sander
Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg, Berlin
April 28, 2019, 7 pm
Arachno Concert with Tomás Saraceno & Silvia BolognesiCivic Planetarium Ulrico Hoepli, Milan April 9th, 7 pm www.comube.milano.it
Weaving the Cosmos
Civic Planetarium Ulrico Hoepli, Milan
April 9 – 14, 2019
Arachno Concert with Silvia Bolognesi
April 9th, 7 pm
Book Launch with Liam GillickGerman Embassy, Ottawa April 8, 2019 www.fogoislandarts.ca
Liam Gillick in conversation with Zita Cobb
A selection of international book launches and discussions to mark the release of the Fogo Island Arts 2019 publication of the 65th Jahresring What do we know? What do we have? What do we miss? What do we love?
Read more about the publication here.
Tao Hui shortlisted for the inaugural Sigg Prize
Esther Schipper congratulates Tao Hui, shortlisted for the inaugural Sigg Prize. Established by M+ in Hong Kong, the prize recognizes outstanding artistic practice in the Greater China region.
The six shortlisted artists will be invited to present works from the past two years in the Sigg Prize exhibition, which will be held at the M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District, from December 6, 2019 – April 13, 2020. The winner will be announced in January 2020.
Tao Hui creates immersive video-installations that bend the boundaries of fiction and reality to address cultural and identity related issues. His works are visceral and provocative, yet enlightening and always imbued with a strong emotional power and a sense of displacement, inviting the viewers to confront themselves with their own cultural history, ways of living and social identities.
Artist Talk with Christopher RothLa Loge, Brabant March 20, 2019, 7:30 pm www.la-loge.be
The second edition of Temple Talks focuses on the role of television in broadcasting ideas about art and architecture. Inspired by collectives such as TVTV, the Videofreex and the The Raindance Foundation, as well as live television and the communicative power of YouTube, Berlin artist Christopher Roth will discuss the potential of TV for architecture and urban planning as opposed to maps and models to share future visions and ideas.
BPA // Berlin Program for Artists mentored by Angela BullochITALIC, Beach Office and FRAGILE, Berlin Through March 11, 2019 www.berlinprogramforartists.org
BPA facilitates exchange between emerging and experienced Berlin-based artists, through coordinated studio visits and meetings.
Artist Talk with Ryan GanderArmory Live Theater on Pier 94 March 9, 2019, 1:00pm www.thearmoryshow.com
On Saturday March 9 at 1pm, Ryan Gander will join the panel discussion Biennials Then and Now during The Armory Show together with Liverpool Biennial director, Sally Tallant, to discuss the relevancy of biennials today.
Simon Fujiwara shortlisted for the 2019 Preis der Nationalgalerie
Esther Schipper congratulates Simon Fujiwara, shortlisted for the 2019 Preis der Nationalgalerie.
Established in 2000 by the Freunde der Nationalgalerie, the Preis is awarded biennially and promotes young, important positions in contemporary art that reflect the internationality and vitality of the art scene in Germany. The four shortlisted artists will present their work in a joint exhibition in fall 2019 at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin.
Simon Fujiwara’s work takes multiple forms including theme park style rides, wax figures, robotic cameras, ‘make-up’ paintings and short films that address the complexity and contradictions of identity in a post-internet, hyper-capitalist world. Fujiwara often investigates themes of popular interest such as tourist attractions, famous icons, historic narratives and mass media imagery and has collaborated with the advertising and entertainment industries to produce his work in a process he describes as ‘hyper-engagement’ with dominant forms of cultural production. His work can be seen as a complex response to the human effects of image fetish, technology and social media on his generation.
Artist Talk with Thomas DemandLenbachhaus und Kunstbau München, Munich Friday March 1, 2019, 7pm www.lenbachhaus.de
To mark the release of the new publication of the monograph "The Complete Papers", Thomas Demand will join filmmaker and author Alexander Kluge in a conversation about Demand's artistic career.
Artist Talk with Karin SanderHaus am Waldsee, Berlin February 25, 2019, 7:30 pm www.hausamwaldsee.de
On February 25, 2019, 7:30 pm, Karin Sander will give an artist talk with Prof. Dr. Ursprung, ETH Zurich, at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin.
Read more here.
Concert with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster in collaboration with Julien PerezGreengo, Palace Hotel, Palacestrasse 28, Gstaad February 1, 2019, 7:30 – 8:45pm www.elevation1049.org
A live concert with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster in collaboration with Julien Perez as part of Elevation1049: Frequencies in Gstaad.
Artist Talk with Julia ScherFreie Universitat, Berlin January 30 2019, 6 – 8pm www.fu-berlin.de
On Wednesday January 30, from 6–8pm, Julia Scher will give a talk titled “Databound Vaginal Architectures” at the Freie Universitat, in Hörsaal 1B (Habelschwerdter Allee 45)
Master Talk Philippe ParrenoInternational Film Festival Rotterdam January 26 2019, 13:30 – 14:30pm www.iffr.com
On Saturday, January 26 2019 at 13:30pm, Philippe Parreno will host a Master Talk at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
Read more about the event here.
Conversation with Enrique Vila-Matas and Dominique Gonzalez-FoersterWhitechapel Gallery, London January 17 2019, 7pm www.whitechapelgallery.org
Join long-time friends – the renowned Spanish novelist Enrique Vila-Matasand artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster – for a conversation celebrating the first in a year of displays from la Caixa Collection of Contemporary Art.
Read more about the event here.
Anri Sala and N1N4E win the European Prize for Urban Public SpaceJune 19, 2018
Esther Schipper congratulates Anri Sala and the architecture firm 51N4E, who have won the European Prize for Urban Public Space for their renovation of Skanderbeg Square in Sala's native Tirana, Albania.
Like no other public space, Skanderbeg Square, Tirana’s nerve centre and symbolic site for the whole country, reflects Albania’s complex, convulsive history. Finalised in 2017, the rennovation has turned Skanderbeg Square into a public space of more than ten hectares exclusively for the pedestrian use. In the centre of the square there is a clear esplanade of almost 40,000 square metres. Rather than being flat, the esplanade is shaped like a four-sided Roman pyramid with a slope of 2.5% and a height of two metres at its tip. A fountain at the top lets water trickle down the sides, thus bringing out the colours of the mosaic paving which is made from stones from all over Albania.
Pierre Huyghe Named Artistic Director of the 2019 Okayama Art SummitIshikawa Foundation, Okayama Fall 2019
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.
Conversation with Felix Utting and Jean-Pascal FlavienHeidelberger Kunstverein March 14, 2018, 6pm www.hdkv.de
Felix Utting is the inhabitant of the house with things behind. The public is invited to meet with him on March 14th at 18:00. He will prepare tea and introduce them to the house.
Myth, Music & ElectricityHerkulessaal, Residenstraße 1, 80333 Munich November 29, 8pm www.artgeneve.ch
artgenève presents, Myth, Music and Electricity, part of “contemporary art as concert”, a series of events focused on musical and ephemeral works by artists invited by Augustin Maurs.
This event will take place at Munich's Herkulessaal and plays with the adventurous and puzzling construction of myths. The concert hall will host a series of musical and perfomative works, including a bass guitar ensemble by Angela Bulloch and performances by Karin Sander.
Admission: 8 EUR / 12 EUR
Liam Gillick in conversation with Nicola RicciardiOGR–Officine Grandi Riparazioni, Turin November 4, 2017, 11:30am www.amaci.org
The Association of Italian Contemporary Art Museums (AMACI) and OGR–Officine Grandi Riparazioni in Turin announce Museums at The ‘Post-Digital’ Turn, the first major symposium conceived by AMACI.
Museums at the ‘Post-Digital’ Turn will take place at the OGR in Turin over two days, November 3–4, and will encompass seven panels including a conversation between Liam Gillick and Nicola Ricciardi (Artistic Director, OGR, Turin).
Read more about the symposium here
This event is concurrent to Like a Moth to a Flame, an exhibition curated by Tom Eccles, Mark Rappolt and Liam Gillick at OGR–Officine Grandi Riparazioni and Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin (November 4, 2017 – January 14, 2018).
Find out more about the exhibition here.
An Evening with Gabriel KuriHarold M. William Auditorium, Getty Center, Los Angeles November 14, 2017, 7pm www.getty.edu
This special event will explore the work of two artists with a cutting edge, experimental practice: Analia Saban and Gabriel Kuri. The evening will begin with viewing of two short documentaries featuring each artist, created as part of the Artist Dialogues series, followed by a conversation among the artists and Rachel Rivenc.
The movies and conversation will focus on the artists' material practice and how it relates to meaning, their approach to making and finding objects, their playful use or misuse of materials, as well as their thoughts on longevity, the future of their work, and the role of conservation.
Presented as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA
DRAMASTICS Revue Rock Concert and Film ScreeningThe Grapevine Bar, Dallas October 27, 2017, 9PM
Mixing fictional representation and real-life celebration, on October 27 a screening of The DRAMASTICS are Loud (2016) will be followed by the Dramastics Revue, a live concert by Nathan Carter and The DRAMASTICS at the legendary Grapevine Bar, as featured in his film and dioramas.
The presentation will include hand-made Dramastics t-shirts and performace capes produced in collaboration with the artist Dan Estabrook and Featherweight Studio.
Angela Bulloch & David Grubbs: The Wired SalutationMuseu Serralves, Serralves Auditorium, Porto October 26, 2017, 10pm–11:30pm www.serralves.ptThe Wired Salutation results from a collaboration between Angela Bulloch and composer and musician David Grubbs.Bulloch sets into motion the process by which images and ideas degrade–decline, simplify–while expanding to encompass video, live performance, and a composition for theatre lighting, taking the audience on a trip inside the image. David Grubbs stresses and strains an initially coherent piece of music until its constituent parts agree to peacefully disassemble. The live musical component is undertaken by a group featuring Grubbs (electric guitar and voice) and Italian musicians Andrea Belfi (drums and electronics) and Stefano Pilia (electric guitar).Find more about this event here
Anri Sala in conversation with Maud PageCourtyard Marquee, Sydney Observatory, Millers Point October 14, 2017, 12pm www.kaldorartprojects.org.au
On October 14, Anri Sala will share his insights into the conceptual and creative development of The Last Resort in a conversation with Maud Page, Deputy Director and Director of Collections, Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Read more about the event here
Tomás Saraceno in conversation with Yasmil RaymondChicago Cultural Center, Randolph Square, 78 E. Washington, Chicago October 5, 2017, 6pm www.arts.uchicago.edu
On Thursday, October 5 at 6pm, Tomás Saraceno will be joined in convesation by Yasmil Raymond, Associate Curator at the Museum of Modern Art.
This event is presented by Arts, Science + Culture Initiative and the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry at the University of Chicago, the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and the Goethe Institut.
Find out more about this event here.
Tomás Saraceno at Columbia University New YorkThe Lantern, Lenfest Center for the Arts October 10, 2017, 6:30pm to 8pm www.lenfest.arts.columbia.edu
Join Tomás Saraceno for a lecture at The Lantern, Lenfest Center for the Arts in New York.
This Event is co-presented by Columbia University School of the Arts; the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science; and the School of International and Public Affairs as part of Saraceno’s Fall 2017 visit to at Columbia University.
Read more here: lenfest.arts.columbia.edu
Roman Ondak included in Sequences VIII: Elastic HoursThe Living Art Museum, Reykjavik October 6–15, 2017 www.sequences.is
We're pleased to announce Roman Ondak's participation in the eigth edition of Sequences.
While Sequences uses the term “real time” to refer to time-based media, Sequences VIII: Elastic Hours considers how the term might be applied to the experience of art making, exploring how artists manipulate time as a raw material. Stretching, echoing, and inverting hours, the works included in Sequences VIII often go beyond standardized metrics such as clocks to investigate alternative systems for measuring and experiencing time.
Find out more about the festival here: sequences.is
David Claerbout at BFI London Film Festival 2017BFI Southbank, NFT3 London October 14, 2017 at 9:20pm www.bfi.org.uk
David Claerbout's work Die Reine Notwendigkeit/The Pure Necessity is included in this year's BFI London Film Festival.
"A hypnotic and lyrical reworking of The Jungle Book, that removes its anthropomorphism and its human characters to give the animals back their dignity. The artist redrew all the animated animals and deconstructed the narrative arc to render it eventless, thus giving the impression of watching the animals in their natural surroundings and unaware of any human presence. The effect is one of rekindling a fond memory of childhood, but with the shades of commercial and cultural exploitation removed."
Helen de Witt, bfi.org.uk
Conversation with Ryan GanderLaguna Gloria, The Contemporary Austin September 23, 2017 at 12pm www.thecontemporaryaustin.org
The Contemporary Austin presents new outdoor works by Ryan Gander. On occasion his permanent exhibition The Day to Day Accumulation of Hope, Failure and Ecstasy, the artist and Senior Curator Heather Pesanti will talk about Gander's work, his evasion of visual style, and his voracious practice ranging across styles and forms.
Read more here
Talk with Isa Melsheimer: Fading ArchitecturesZKR–Center for Art and Public Space, Schloss Biesdorf Berlin August 10, 2017, 6:30 PM
Join Isa Melsheimer for an artist talk at ZKR–Center for Art and Public Space, Schloss Biesdorf in Berlin. Entitled "Fading Architectures, Melsheimer will talk about the present and future of urban cityscapes and architectures. Read more about the event here: zkr-berlin.de
Christoph Keller receives scholarship of German Academy Rome Villa MassimoVilla Massimo, Rome www.villamassimo.de
Christoph Keller will receive the prestigious scholarship of German Academy Rome Villa Massimo. The artist has been awarded numerous grants and residencies and will begin his stipend in September 2017.
Roman Ondak to receive 2018 Lovis Corinth PrizeKunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie Regensburg www.kunstforum.net
Esther Schipper congratulates Roman Ondak, recipient of the 2018 Lovis Corinth Prize.
Screening of David Claerbout's Die Reine Notwendigkeit/The Pure NecessityCinema Zuid, Antwerp August 5, 2017 at 7 PM www.cinemazuid.be
Cinema Zuid in Antwerp will present an exclusive screening of David Claerbout's work Die Reine Notwendigkeit/The Pure Necessity, 2016.
Die reine Notwendigkeit/The Pure Necessity is a color animated cartoon by David Claerbout, based on the classic 1967 animated adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book. The 60-minute-long film follows the tradition of the frame-by-frame animation, re-creating the historical characters with the most faithful precision. Claerbout's film focuses exclusively on the animals: Bagheera the panther, Baloo the bear, Kaa the snake, among others. Although the 1967 film depicted them as speaking animals, well-known for their witty dialogues, dances and jokes, they are here seen as “realistic” animals without any anthropomorphic characteristics. Claerbout represents them wandering in the jungle, drinking from a water spring, sleeping on tree branches, observing one another. Each of their movements is followed with precision and duration, giving the spectator the opportunity to observe every detail of the drawings. The title of Clearbout's work refers to the famous song, Bare Necessities, performed by Baloo in the 1967 film.
Viva Arte Viva: The 57th Venice Biennale, with Liu Ye, Philippe Parreno, Anri SalaVenice, Italy May 13 – November 26, 2017 www.labiennale.org
The 57th International Art Exhibition, VIVA ARTE VIVA, will take place at the Giardini and the Arsenale in Venice, from May 13 to November 26, 2017. Curated by Christine Macel, it will feature 120 artists from 51 countries, including Liu Ye, Philippe Parreno, and Anri Sala.
The exhibition will offer a route that unfolds over the course of nine chapters or families of artists, beginning with two introductory realms in the Central Pavilion, followed by another seven across the Arsenale through the Giardino delle Vergini. Each of the nine chapters or families of artists of the Exhibition will represent a Pavilion in itself, or rather a Trans-Pavilion as it is trans-national by nature but echoes the Biennale's historical organization into pavilions, the number of which has never ceased to grow since the end of the 1990s. From the "Pavilion of Artists and Books" to the "Pavilion of Time and Infinity", these nine episodes will tell a story that is often discursive and at times paradoxical, with detours that mirror the world's complexities, a multiplicity of approaches and a wide variety of practices.
Ugo Rondinone Included In Art Basel Film ProgramStadtkino Basel June 14, 10 Pm www.artbasel.com
David Claerbout And Gabriel Kuri Included In Art Basel Unlimited 2017Messe Basel, Basel June 15 – 18, 2017 www.artbasel.com
Ari Benjamin Meyers: Music Is Not!Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam May 26-27, 2017 www.kunsthalleformusic.org
Kunsthalle for Music and its Artistic Director Ari Benjamin Meyers continue the unfolding of Kunsthalle for Music by addressing fundamental questions through a symposium of multiple modes: lectures, auditions, open workshops, and performances.
The two-day symposium at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam will feature international practitioners from the fields of contemporary art, music, and theory. As part of the symposium, Witte de With will host a casting of the Kunsthalle for Music's future ensemble, which will invite selected performers to collaborate with composers towards the creation of music and performance works.
The program was conceived by Ari Benjamin Meyers, Armen Avanessian, and Witte de With's Defne Ayas, Samuel Salemakers, and Rosa de Graaf.
Karin Sander: Cappadox Festival 2017Cappadox 2017, Cappadocia, Turkey May 18–21, 2017
Karin Sander will participate in Cappadox Festival 2017
Karin Sander’s practice has consistently explored the intersection between art and the public realm, revealing nuanced reflections of spaces and situations through subtle alterations that expose new perspectives for viewers. In rendering often invisible aspects that escape perception, she draws attention to other ways of seeing. Beyond formal aesthetics, Sander’s work can be seen as a reduction or distillation process that heighten our senses, ushering viewers into a new experience of familiar environments.
Sander’s project for the Cappadox Contemporary Art programme aspires to play with the perception and preconceptions of the audiences of a concert, gathering or a festival. Her performance Project, “Hitting the Highest Notes” will be realized in collaboration with the Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University, Music and Performing Arts Department.
Performance: Karin Sander / Blitz Concert, Incollaboration with the Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli Üniversitesi Painting Department
May 19, 2017
5:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Total darkness on stage and in the audience. The musicians quietly take position on stage, each holding a camera with a flashlight. The audience sits quietly, awaiting the performance. Now the musicians start to photograph in the direction of the viewers, each following the rhythm of a children’s song that they remember. Countless flashes are sent into the dark, as seen in a thunderstorm or on the red carpet around pop stars. No sound is audible except the rustling of the camera shutters. Sharp flashes hit the eyes of the audience, while the players are simultaneously documenting it on their cameras.
Performance: Karin Sander / Hitting the Highest Notes, Incollaboration with the Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli Üniversitesi Music and Performing Arts Department
May 20, 7PM – 7:30PM
Hitting the highest notes
The performance consists of a piece of music played by as many professional musicians as possible – an orchestra or an ensemble in which each member strives to elicit from whatever instrument he or she is playing the highest notes of which it is capable. Using the lower notes as a kind of springboard, the musicians aim to play ever higher notes, perhaps even exceeding the normal technical range of their instruments. The music is created both by this desire to achieve an impossibly high range of notes and by the different rhythms of the musical sequences that arise.
David Claerbout in conversation with J.J. CharlesworthFundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona March 15, 2017 at 3pm www.fundaciotapies.org
Shanghai Project Chapter 2: Seeds of Time, with Liam Gillick and Dominique Gonzalez-FoersterShanghai Himalayas Museum, Shanghai April 22 – July 30, 2017 www.shanghai-project.org
Performance by Researchers
April 22, 2017 at 6pm
Christopher Roth: J.G. Ballard Screening and Conversation with Christopher PetitDecad, Berlin April 29, 2017 at 3pm www.decad.org