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Bode Projects Bode Projects collaborates with a diverse range of contemporary artists, working across different media and disciplines. The gallery created an international program and platform including an artist-in-residence program in Berlin.

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José Yaque (b. 1985 in Manzanillo, Cuba) works across several mediums including painting, video, and installation. His p...
04/04/2022

José Yaque (b. 1985 in Manzanillo, Cuba) works across several mediums including painting, video, and installation. His practice includes sourcing minerals, plants, and stones from his hometown Manzanillo, and applying techniques which are unique to his ancestral roots while referencing natural phenomena. He lives and works in Havana, CU and Madrid, ES.

José Yaque
Falls en turquesa, 2022
Acrylic and enamel on canvas
310 × 380 cm (122 1/8 × 149 5/8 in)

Part of our current exhibition “Current Identities“.

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#joseyaque #bodeprojects #abstractart #artsy #artland #galleriacontinua #cubanart #cubanartist #artberlin #berlinart #arte #madridart #havana #cuba

30/03/2022

We are happy to announce our participation in the second edition of SOUTH SOUTH VEZA in collaboration with Luis Enrique López-Chávez. He is a contemporary Cuban artist exploring the visual dimensions of sculptural form and logical space through video, painting, installation, among other media. His artwork addresses themes such as space, emptiness, and different notions of death.

This year’s VEZA is focused on new media incorporating film, video and digital works by artists from the global south and its diaspora. The event is powered by Niio and for the first time leading contemporary galleries are coming together to harness the power of blockchain technology to support the sales of new media.

A gallery-selected digital showcase of important historical and recent works by critically acclaimed artists from the Global South via the innovative technology of Niio – a curated platform for the streaming, acquisition, collection management, preservation and sharing of video art. In addition, these works will be on view in a physical showcase at the upcoming edition of SP–Arte – the leading international art fair in São Paulo, from 6-10 April 2022.

VEZA launches on 31 March 2022 from 6AM EDT | 10AM GMT | SAST 12PM and will run until 10 April 2022.

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#luislopezchavez #luisenriquelopezchavez #southsouth #cubanart #niioart #bodeprojects #artgallery #galleriacontinua #havana #latinamericanart #cubanartist #arte @sp_arte @south_south_platform @niioart

Turiya MagadlelaI never made swan lake series amalahle negolide yam (coal and gold are our wealth) IICotton, silk and ny...
29/03/2022

Turiya Magadlela
I never made swan lake series amalahle negolide yam (coal and gold are our wealth) II
Cotton, silk and nylon pantyhose on canvas
150 × 150 cm (59 1/8 × 59 1/8 in)

Part of our exhibition “Current Identities“.

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In collaboration with @bloomgalerie

#turiyamagadlela #bodeprojects #abstractart #artsy #artland #capetownart #southafricanart #southafricanartist #artberlin #berlinart #africanart

Abdoulaye Konaté Trois motifs Touareg, 2021Textile157 × 115 cm (61 3/4 × 45 1/4)Part of the current exhibition “Current ...
21/03/2022

Abdoulaye Konaté
Trois motifs Touareg, 2021
Textile
157 × 115 cm (61 3/4 × 45 1/4)

Part of the current exhibition “Current Identities“.
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In collaboration with @bloomgalerie

#abdoulayekonate #abdoulayekonaté #bodeprojects #bamako #mali #africanart #artsy #artland #textileart #artberlin #berlinart

Our new show Current Identities opens today. The exhibition features the work of Abdoulaye Konaté, Turiya Magadlela, and...
18/03/2022

Our new show Current Identities opens today. The exhibition features the work of Abdoulaye Konaté, Turiya Magadlela, and José Yaque.

Current Identities brings together artists who, despite their geographic and cultural distance, relate through one fundamental concept: a common appreciation for their past. Appreciation for its impact in their current realities; an impact that permeates their contemporary existence however subtle or striking it may be. However dark or beautiful, painful or spiritual, they refer to the impact of history through the act of making in the present. Whether explored through concept, material, or process, Abdoulaye Konaté, Turiya Magadlela, and José Yaque address origin, tradition, and political truth in their practice and artwork. Through the act of drawing on paper, threading textile, painting on canvas, or creating situations that invite us to their worlds, these artists connect the act of making in the now to the historical weight of their individual and collective identities. By referencing what was, has been, and remains, the past nurtures their work so it can exist in the present.

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#abdoulayekonate #abdoulayekonaté #turiyamagadlela #joseyaque #kalashnikovvgallery #galleriacontinua #bloomgalerie #reinbeckhallen #artsy #artberlin #berlinart #art #bodeprojects @turiya_magadlela @joseyaque_art

Explore our new episode of In Conversation With Ambrose Rhapsody Murray speaking about colonial violence and spiritualit...
17/03/2022

Explore our new episode of In Conversation With Ambrose Rhapsody Murray speaking about colonial violence and spirituality, explaining how she integrates archival photographs in her art, and why she is inspired by the color purple.

Check our website to read the full interview with the artist.

"My favorite book is The Color Purple by Alice Walker. She talks about the color purple, and it is very much a story about spirituality, about q***r love, survival and self-making. at the end of the book Celie, the main character, is sewing all the time – it is her way of reclaiming herself, reclaiming her autonomy. And she becomes known for sewing pants, which is a strong message that she is sewing pants after pants after pants as opposed to dresses for example. Beyond The Color Purple, violet also has a spiritual meaning. Purple is considered as a color that connects us to God or to spirits, “the violet light” or la luz violeta. It is a tool for prayer and healing, and a color I often use in my work."
– Ambrose Murray

© Image by Celeste Burns, courtesy of Ambrose Murray

16/03/2022

Our new show “Current Identities“ featuring Abdoulaye Konaté, Turiya Magadlela and José Yaque will open this Friday, March 18 in Berlin.

Current Identities
March 18 - May 01, 2022

#abdoulayekonate #abdoulayekonaté #turiyamagadlela #joseyaque #bodeprojects #artgallery @turiya_magadlela @joseyaque_art

Our upcoming exhibition “Current Identities“ will open next Friday, March 18th in Berlin. “Current Identities“ brings to...
14/03/2022

Our upcoming exhibition “Current Identities“ will open next Friday, March 18th in Berlin. “Current Identities“ brings together artists who relate through one concept: appreciation for their past and it’s impact on their current realities. Abdoulaye Konaté, Turiya Magadlela, and José Yaque address origin, tradition, and political truth in their practice and work.

Abdoulaye Konaté
composition bleu avec source de lumièret, 2021 (detail view)
204 × 149 cm
Textile

In collaboration with @bloomgalerie

#turiyamagadlela #abdoulayekonaté #abdoulayekonate #joseyaque #reinbeckhallen #southafricanart #mali #artsy #artberlin #berlinart #africanart #textileart @joseyaque_art @turiya_magadlela

Sneak peek of our upcoming exhibition “Current Identities“ which will include works of Abdoulaye Konaté, Turiya Magadlel...
09/03/2022

Sneak peek of our upcoming exhibition “Current Identities“ which will include works of Abdoulaye Konaté, Turiya Magadlela and José Yaque. The exhibition will open on Friday, March 18 and run until May 01, 2022.

Turiya Magadlela
Untitled 1 and Untitled 2, 2021
100 × 100 cm (each)
Cotton, silk and nylon pantyhose on canvas

In collaboration with @bloomgalerie

#turiyamagadlela #abdoulayekonaté #abdoulayekonate #joseyaque #bloomgalerie #kalashnikovvgallery #reinbeckhallen #southafricanart #southafricanartist #artsy #artberlin #berlinart #capetownart @joseyaque_art

Cristina CanaleLocken (cachos), 2021110 x 100 cmOil on linen#cristinacanale #bodeprojects #arte #saopaulo #riodejaneiro ...
06/03/2022

Cristina Canale
Locken (cachos), 2021
110 x 100 cm
Oil on linen

#cristinacanale #bodeprojects #arte #saopaulo #riodejaneiro #berlin #oilpainting

Layo BrightPoint of No Return, 202120 x 20 in (50.8 x 50.8 cm)Fused glass and Ghana must go bag on panelLayo BrightIn Pl...
05/03/2022

Layo Bright
Point of No Return, 2021
20 x 20 in (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
Fused glass and Ghana must go bag on panel

Layo Bright
In Plain Sight, 2021
20 x 20 in (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
Fused glass and Ghana must go bag on panel

Both works are included in our current group show “Woman To Woman“ in our new gallery space at Reinbeckhallen.

In collaboration with @moniquemeloche

#layobright #bodeprojects #moniquemelochegallery #newhaven #glasswork #artsy #artland #reinbeckhallen #zeitgenössischekunst #artgallery

Mira DancyPsychic Body Strata, 202226 x 32 in (66 x 81.3 cm)Acrylic on canvasPart of our current group show “Woman to Wo...
04/03/2022

Mira Dancy
Psychic Body Strata, 2022
26 x 32 in (66 x 81.3 cm)
Acrylic on canvas

Part of our current group show “Woman to Woman“ at Reinbeckhallen.

In collaboration with @nightgallery
Photo credit: @nikmassey

#miradancy #nightgallery #bodeprojects #berlin #losangelesartist #losangelesart #artberlin #artsy #canvas #kunst

Installation views of our current exhibition WOMAN TO WOMAN.The show features Stacey Gillian Abe, Belkis Ayón, Heidi Boc...
21/02/2022

Installation views of our current exhibition WOMAN TO WOMAN.

The show features Stacey Gillian Abe, Belkis Ayón, Heidi Bochnig, Layo Bright, Cristina Canale, Mira Dancy, Ruth Ige, Dana James, Io Makandal, Yolanda Mazwana, Ambrose Murray and Buhlebezwe Siwani.

WOMAN TO WOMAN
28 January - 06 March
Bode Projects, Reinbeckhallen, Berlin

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#staceygillianabe #belkisayón #belkisayon #heidibochnig #layobright #cristinacanale #miradancy #ruthige #danajames #iomakandal #yolandamazwana #ambrose #ambrosemurray #buhlebezwesiwani #bodeprojects #reinbeckhallen #berlin #artsy #berlinart #artberlin

The work "Indigo Incandescent (Summer Night II)" by Dana James is part of our current group exhibition ‘Woman to Woman‘ ...
15/02/2022

The work "Indigo Incandescent (Summer Night II)" by Dana James is part of our current group exhibition ‘Woman to Woman‘ in Berlin.

"My paintings act as panorama of linear time; they serve as a reminder that we are small and predictable, incessantly creating and shedding beautiful accounts of the earth and its elements. Upon completion, they are visual diaries that speak to contradiction, a latency caromed by intermittent activity."
– Dana James

Dana James (b. 1986, US) is an American artist who primarily works in painting. In her practice, James playfully challenges viewers' notions of line and shape by contrasting materials and processes next to one another. She creates a spectrum of pastel-toned colors which she applies to create notes of contradiction in darker, vivid fields of color in fractured multi-panel constructions.

Dana James
Indigo Incandescent (Summer Night II), 2021
Oil, encaustic, pigment on canvas
76.2 × 76.2 cm
30 × 24 in

Last day to see @alteroncegumby @zonamaco in Mexico City.#alteroncegumby #zonamaco #bodeprojects #arte #artecontemporane...
13/02/2022

Last day to see @alteroncegumby @zonamaco in Mexico City.

#alteroncegumby #zonamaco #bodeprojects #arte #artecontemporaneo #mexico #mexicocity #newyorkart #newyorkartist #artsy

Cocktail reception @gitano in Mexico City on the occasion of @alteroncegumby solo presentation with the gallery @zonamac...
11/02/2022

Cocktail reception @gitano in Mexico City on the occasion of @alteroncegumby solo presentation with the gallery @zonamaco.

Thank you Gitano Mexico City, @mezcalcreyente @almacommunications @purplepr

#gitano #gitanomexicocity #alteroncegumby #zonamaco #bodeprojects #cocktailreception #mexico #mexicocity #arte #almacommunications #purplepr

The work "Room I" by Yolanda Mazwana is part of our current group exhibition ‘Woman to Woman‘ in Berlin.Yolanda Mazwana ...
10/02/2022

The work "Room I" by Yolanda Mazwana is part of our current group exhibition ‘Woman to Woman‘ in Berlin.

Yolanda Mazwana (b. 1996, South Africa) is a South African artist whose work addresses themes around mental illness, popular culture, phobias, relationships, and storytelling. Mainly specialized in painting, her style references elements of abstract expressionism and neo-expressionism through the use of mixed media.

Yolanda Mazwana
Room 1, 2022
Enamel paint, dry pastel and acrylic paint on canvas
147 × 163 cm
57 7/8 × 64 1/8 in

Alteronce Gumby x Bode Projects @zonamaco Bode Projects is pleased to present a solo booth by Alteronce Gumby at Zona Ma...
09/02/2022

Alteronce Gumby x Bode Projects @zonamaco

Bode Projects is pleased to present a solo booth by Alteronce Gumby at Zona Maco. Featuring black gemstones in waves of color, the work is inspired by the artist's first trip to Mexico City; in particular, an experience he had at Teotihuacan, The Pyramid of the Sun.

#alteroncegumby #bodeprojects #zonamaco #arte #gemstones #artemexicano #artfair #art #newyorkart

Explore our new episode of In Conversation with Io Makandal whose practice has a focus in feminist and environmental emb...
07/02/2022

Explore our new episode of In Conversation with Io Makandal whose practice has a focus in feminist and environmental embodiments of process, entropy, urban ecology, and hybrid environments during a time of environmental shift.

Check out our website to read the full interview with the artist.

"I’ve always been interested in the materiality of things and in the ‘waste’ or ‘by-product’ of a process; the debris that gets discarded, left to decay. Furthermore, combining this with other elements that provoke a conversation around what material does while also having a deep love for the mode of drawing and what colour can evoke. Early on, I worked a lot with ‘drawing’ whether on paper or physically in a space with objects and materials in what I like to call ‘tactile drawings’. I move through many modes of working, sometimes maximally and at other times taking a more minimalist approach to the material and object."
– Io Makandal

© Portrait image by Brett Rubin, courtesy of Io Makandal

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