Book of the summer 207 Photograms Maria Eisl Edition of 3 248 pages 22 X 29 cm Hard Cover
As part of Arnolfini’s summer exhibition ‘The Promise,’ American artist Oscar Tuazon presents a specially commissioned sculpture Live Steam Shift Whistle (2014) on The Downs, Bristol. The work, formed out of a 20 foot steel cylinder and large concrete fire pit, doubles as a community barbecue, and can emit steam and whistle. Tuazon‘s striking, monolithic […]
If you missed the chance to be at the event at Ooga Booga in Los Angeles on April 26th, like me, then you can go to Castillo Corrales on Saturday 27 July. Sylvère Lotringer will be there to talk about the new publication Schizo-Culture. castillo/corrales 80 rue Julien Lacroix 75011 Paris
SUMMER SWEATSHOPJuly 6 5pm-9pm Supportico LopezKurfürstenstraße 14, 10785 BerlinFeaturing Julien Ceccaldi, Liz Craft, Charles Irvin, Fabian Marti, Pentti Monkkonen, Lucie Stahl, and Amelie Von Wulfen.
octopusnotes is a magazine that promotes Contemporary Art and Art History research. Each publication is composed of three collections. The first collection is a “thesis,” recently defended, focusing on Contemporary Art History. The second collection, entitled “comments,” is dedicated to artists’ interviews or talks. For the third collection, “notes,” octopusnotes invites an artist to conceive […]
Last week, I met Herman Daled in his house, Hotel Wolfers, built by the architect Henry Van de Velde in 1930 in Brussels. I got the chance to visit his place and discuss his life as a collector, and his relationship with this masterpiece of modernism. In the next issue of Paris-LA, coming in September, you […]
The exhibition Square(s) opened this past weekend at Francois Ghebaly Gallery, and is on view until July 12th. Square(s) is exceptional in it’s political subject matter, especially for a summer group exhibition at a commercial gallery in Los Angeles. This is an important exhibition with stellar work, not be missed. Next weekend, on Saturday June 28th, interventions by […]