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WEEKLY WRAP UP | SEPT. 15-19, 2014


from Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940-1990

from Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940-1990

This week on the blog Alexandra Ruiz of Madame Paris joined the team. Check out all of our postings!

Erica Baum : The Paper Nautilus at Bureau

Harald Lander and William Forsythe at Opera Garnier

Machine Project at Gamble House

Cory Arcangel: tl;dr at Team (bungalow) in Venice, CA

Jonathan Binet & Martin Laborde

Sadie Benning ‘Patterns’ at Callicoon Fine Arts

The studio of Jean Arp and Sophie Taueber-Arp at Clamart 

Sophie Tauber-Arp exhibition Today is Tomorrow at the Aargauer Kunsthaus, in Switzerland

I Never Read at the Tokyo Art Book Fair

Alexander May at Balice Hertling





I Never Read, Art Book Fair Basel
is participating in this years’ Tokyo Art Book Fair.
At their booth you will find new editions by invited artists:
AA Bronson, Alexander Bühler, Alessia Conidi, Daniel Göttin, SeilerSommer, Thomas Moor, Valentina Stieger, Max Leiss, Magdalena Baranya, Jan Steinbach, Jan Kiefer, Johannes Willi, Conny Habegger, Matthias Krattenmacher, Daniela Keiser, Juliana Irene Smith, Christoph Eisenring, Livio Baumgartner, Garrett Nelson, Dunja Herzog, Alexandra Ruiz/Madame Paris, JiaJia Zhang, Marcel Freymond, Christian Knörr, and Nadja Solari

Madame Paris, White Noise, 2014

Madame Paris, White Noise 2, 2014


Madame Paris, White Noise 3, 2014


Madame Paris, White Noise 4, 2014

September 19, Friday 15:00-21:00 *Reception / Open for all
September 20, Saturday 12:00-20:00
September 21, Sunday 11:00-19:00
Kyoto University of Art and Design, Tohoku University of Art and Design GAIEN CAMPUS
1-7-15 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

WEEKLY WRAP UP | JUNE 16 – 24, 2014

1950s SKYWAYS HOTEL Los Angeles Vintage Postcard

1950s SKYWAYS HOTEL Los Angeles Vintage Postcard

MONDAY: Elaine Stocki‘s bizarre and wonderful photographs at Thomas Erben Gallery in New York

TUESDAY: A review in pictures of the “Made in L.A.” exhibition at The Hammer AND Anna Linzer‘s beautiful new book Home Waters

WEDNESDAY: DoPe Press at “I NEVER READArt Book Fair Basel with Oscar Tuazon‘s new book & a new edition by jewelry maker Ligia Dias AND Ann Veronica Janssens at Micheline Szwajcer‘s new gallery in Brussels

THURSDAY: Decorum,” a new exhibition of carpets and tapestries in Shanghai AND Sturtevant at Julia Stoschek’s collection in Düsseldorf

FRIDAY: A new summer group exhibition at Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Square(s)

SATURDAY: A sneak preview of collector Herman Daled‘s home in Brussels


Our very own DoPe Press will be at I NEVER READ, ART BOOK FAIR BASEL, this week!

DoPe Press will be presenting LIVE, a new book by American artist Oscar Tuazon, and MAGAZINE, a new edition by Swiss, Paris-based jewelry maker Ligia Dias.

On Thursday, June 19th at 5pm, Oscar Tuazon and Ligia Dias will both be present for a signing at the DoPe Press booth.

June 18 – 21 2014 at Volkshaus Basel

Opening night:
Wednesday, June 18 between 
6-10 pm

Regular hours:
Thursday through Saturday 
4-10 pm

Volkshaus Basel,
Rebgasse 12-14
CH-4058 Basel

The fair is free and open 
to the public.


In English and German, published by DoPe Press & Walther König, Köln
Hardcover, boxed, 2 Vols, 9.5 x 11 in., 336 pages

LIVE focuses on an exhibition of new sculptural works at Museum Ludwig in Cologne, Germany, which included a full-scale reproduction of fragments of the artist’s Los Angeles house. The second volume comprises a photographic monograph of selected works covering the artist’s unconventional production over the past five years.


Magazine, 2014
Vegetable-tanned leather, four-color print, 22-carat gold, palladium-plated brass, and stainless steel.
Ed. 55 + 5 AP

Magazine celebrates the fragile aspect of a periodical. By turning the pages of PARIS, LA magazine into a unique bracelet, jewelry maker Ligia Dias confirms her interest in traditional and industrial materials, as well as her ability to combine luxury and natural attributes in one single object. Cut, gilded with 22-carat gold leaf, drilled, and held between two leather bands, Magazine becomes a formless, illegible book that can either be worn on the wrist or placed on display.