Tag Archives: Kim Gordon

STATES OF CHANGE



This feels to us like the most significant election of our lifetimes. The outcome will likely be decided by just a handful of states. And make no mistake: attempts are being made right now to unfairly tip the playing field and influence the vote—from voter intimidation to outright misinformation.*

STATES OF CHANGE—a fundraiser supporting forty-two organizations fighting voter suppression in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin—is offering $150 prints by over 150 artists. See link below for details.

STATES OF CHANGE*

Through October 18 at midnight, PDT.

From top: Carrie Mae Weems, Hear No Evil, (from See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil Triptych), 1995; Roe Ethridge, Blue Roses, 2017; Susan Worsham, Margaret’s Azaleas Through Section of Cat’s Esophagus, 2014; Samantha Box, Lilies, 2019; Susan Meiselas, Traditional Indian dance mask from the town of Monimbo, adopted by the rebels during the fight against Somoza to conceal identity, Nicaragua, 1978, image © Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photos; Kim Gordon, Finley ave, 2020; Luc Sante, We’ll, 2019; Jack Pierson, 7/28/20, 7:57:38 PM, 2020; Dawoud Bey, Lauren, 2007; James Casebere, Blue House on Water #2, 2018; Sharon Lockhart, Light Is More Powerful Than Dark, 2020; Richard Renaldi, Seth at the Hollywood Celebrity Hotel, Hollywood, CA, 1999; Yto Barrada, Untitled, Tangier, 2015; Cass Bird, Untitled, 2015; Hannah Whitaker, Blood Red, 2020; Elinor Carucci, Eden in the fire escape, Corona days, 2020. Images courtesy and © the artists.

KIM GORDON AND CHRISTOPHER WOOL

The Broad presents Kim Gordon and Christopher Wool in conversation at the Colburn School as the museum celebrates its fifth anniversary with a Wool exhibition.

The evening will be moderated by John Corbett, author of Extended Play—Sounding Off from John Cage to Dr. Funkenstein and co-owner of the Chicago gallery Corbett vs. Dempsey.

THE UN-PRIVATE COLLECTION—CHRISTOPHER WOOL and KIM GORDON and JOHN CORBETT

Saturday, February 15, at 2 pm.

Zipper Hall at the Colburn School

200 South Grand Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

Top and bottom: Artwork by Kim Gordon. Above: Christopher Wool, Untitled, 2008. Below: Wool, Untitled, 1991. Images courtesy and © the artists and their galleries.

KIM GORDON AND LORETTA FAHRENHOLZ VIDEO PARTY

Join Kim Gordon and Loretta Fahrenholz for a NO HOME RECORD video party.

NO HOME RECORD VIDEO PARTY

Thursday, January 16, from 7 pm to 9 pm.

Reena Spaulings Fine Art

165 East Broadway, New York City.

Loretta Fahrenholz, Kim Gordon—Sketch Artist video. Images courtesy and © the artists, Matador, and Reena Spaulings Fine Art.

JUTTA KOETHER — XXAPOLLO

In her performances, Jutta Koether enacts a highly specific form of entangled action centering on and around specific artworks. Embedded with performative possibility, these objects—positioned in a room, a situation, a city—circuit together in a network of language, duration, and the artist’s active negotiation between producer and produced.*

JUTTA KOETHER—XXAPOLLO*

Sunday, January 5, at 2 pm.

Artists Space

11 Cortlandt Alley, New York City.

Jutta KoetherFifth Season Act, Apotheosically, Artists Space, 2012 (2); Koether (right) and Kim Gordon at the Mike Kelley opening, Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, March 30, 2014, photograph by Rachel Murray.

KIM GORDON — SHE BITES HER TENDER MIND

Inhabiting the four rooms of the IMMA’s Courtyard Galleries, Kim Gordon’s exhibition SHE BITES HER TENDER MIND presents new and unseen work—including paintings, drawings, sculptures from the Noise Painting, From the Boyfriend, and Airbnb series—and an immersive video projection.

KIM GORDON—SHE BITES HER TENDER MIND

Through November 10.

Irish Museum of Modern Art

Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin.

See “No Retirement Plan: Kim Gordon and Carrie Brownstein in Conversation with Dorothée Perret.” PARIS LA 15 (2017).

Kim Gordon, from top: Proposal For a Dance, 2008–2010, DVD still, 12 minutes; Dead Machines, 2018, acrylic on canvas; Lay Down Thy Limbs 2, 2019, acrylic and medium on canvas; Black Glitter Circle, 2008, glitter; Mood, 2018, acrylic on canvas; Untitled (from the boyfriend series), 2015, acrylic, medium, and interference powder on denim skirt; Proposal For a Dance, 2008–2010, still. Images courtesy and © the artist and 303 Gallery, New York.