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Today is the last chance to catch #AlexVivian’s solo exhibition *FIEND?* on at GUZZLER 👀🌿🧨
20/12/2020

Today is the last chance to catch #AlexVivian’s solo exhibition *FIEND?* on at GUZZLER 👀🌿🧨

Works by #IljaKarilampi from the new series *Drawing Machine* are now up and on view at Nytorget 6 in Stockholm 🍸🧢 ✅
18/12/2020

Works by #IljaKarilampi from the new series *Drawing Machine* are now up and on view at Nytorget 6 in Stockholm 🍸🧢 ✅

Upcoming >>> Solo presentation by #GiliTal at the @kunstvereinbraunschweig (Remise)__GILI TALThe Cascades7. Nov, 2020 – ...
20/10/2020

Upcoming >>> Solo presentation by #GiliTal at the @kunstvereinbraunschweig (Remise)
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GILI TAL
The Cascades
7. Nov, 2020 – 14. Feb, 2021

Soft opening Friday 6. Nov, 2020 3-6pm
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Gili Tal’s work draws on genres of commercial photography such as that of real estate, imitating its tropes by attempting to fathom the mechanisms through which the urban environment is fetishised. Her exhibition The Cascades consists of digital prints on canvas effectively ‘cladding’ the inside of the Remise in a chequer pattern. Titled Windows (Rainscreen Wash), they feature a repeated motif simulating rain drawn in the style of stock image graphics. Rendered in shades of blue and featuring a literally washed out ‘Shutterstock’ watermark, the pictures cite the appearance of new builds as seen from the ground and the perceived effects of light, water and shadow on glass – an effect itself referenced by the aluminium cladding of contemporary facades.

With the hang unfolding in disregard to the space’s features, the pictures appear to float in front of it, like browser windows, through which the work also invokes the digital. It asks how simulated images, with their relationship to the generic, exert an influence on both the material construction and subjective experience of the analogue world and vice versa, and which takes primacy.

Given their implication of portals to another place, the appeal of objects like windows or shutters to digital brands is obvious, especially when combined with the optimistic promise of clarity of vision. Tal’s works also gravitate towards such thresholds, and the draw of the virtual elsewhere, but hers come accompanied by a sense of structural disenfranchisement that complicates forward motion. Here ‘Shutterstock’ and ‘Windows’ are conflated to meet several inversions. The canvases bring the outside (weather) in and place an inside feeling (rain) on the outside – on the picture surface. Instead of a window, and its pervasive fantasies of roaming or indeed reflecting, our gaze is bounced back. Instead of looking out we appear to look in. But to what? The view that these windows should be opening unto has been commodified to near oblivion, also by her in turn. Echoing Tal's works elsewhere appropriating exhibition photography, we encounter another kind of reflection, a closed shutter, a stock image, noise, where a window should be.

#NewNoveta are included in the upcoming exhibition WITCH HUNT, curated by Alison Karasyk and Jeppe Ugelvig, at Kunsthal ...
19/10/2020

#NewNoveta are included in the upcoming exhibition WITCH HUNT, curated by Alison Karasyk and Jeppe Ugelvig, at Kunsthal Charlottenborg ✨
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Image :

Carmen Winant
‘The neighbor, the friend, the lover’, 2020, detail, archival photographs and light boxes. Courtesy the artist.
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WITCH HUNT

7 nov – 17 jan 2021

This autumn’s major exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg focuses on the figure of the witch and the witchcraft trials in the Nordic region from the 16th-18th century. Through the lens of contemporary art, the exhibition examines this under-explored history of violence and encourages reflection on the politics of memory and social persecution in the present.

The exhibition will present several new commissions from internationally-renowned artists who, through research and dialogues with leading scholars, dive into the social, gendered, and geopolitical layers of the witchcraft trials. Along with existent artworks and original archival material from the period, the exhibition investigates how specific threads of the Nordic witch hunts, particularly relating to identity, cartography, climate, and systems of power, reverberate today. From the impact of Danish colonialism to the multifaceted violences of misogyny, the exhibition proposes a present haunted by persecutions of the past – but one that is also occupied by new critical voices of opposition.

The participating artists explore discriminatory fear and hatred as it spreads from both the bottom up and the top down—between neighbors onto larger communities and from governments to other political institutions, questioning how such narratives are often written out of history. At a time of global unrest, as the politics of commemoration are in question, Witch Hunt suggests the need to revisit seemingly distant histories and proposes new imaginaries for remembering and representation.

Curated by Alison Karasyk and Jeppe Ugelvig

Participating artists:
Pia Arke, La Vaughn Belle, Anna Betbeze, Louise Bourgeois, Youmna Chlala, Keviselie (Hans Ragnar Mathisen), Sidsel Meineche Hansen and Reba Maybury, Virginia Lee Montgomery, Sandra Mujinga, Rasmus Myrup, New Noveta, Carol Rama, Máret Ánne Sara, Aviva Silverma

The new issue of Texte zur Kunst is out now including a review of #BeatriceMarchi’s first solo exhibition at the gallery...
11/09/2020

The new issue of Texte zur Kunst is out now including a review of #BeatriceMarchi’s first solo exhibition at the gallery by #AlexandraTretter 🌊

#RosaPanaro’s first international solo exhibition “Reliquiarium” opens at the gallery this Saturday 29th August 12-6pm ~...
24/08/2020

#RosaPanaro’s first international solo exhibition “Reliquiarium” opens at the gallery this Saturday 29th August 12-6pm ~ please join us ! 🌋

* Coronavirus measures specifying mask wearing, physical distancing and reduced visitor numbers in the space at any one time will be in place *

🦄 New work by #KamillaBischof up at #KinderhookandCaracas for MERZBAU-GARTEN • Module I. This iteration on the exhibitio...
13/08/2020

🦄 New work by #KamillaBischof up at #KinderhookandCaracas for MERZBAU-GARTEN • Module I. This iteration on the exhibition is on view until the 22nd August.
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Merzbau-Garten is a collaborative project which will grow over the course of 2020 in three modules by combining the work, concepts and labor of various Berlin-based artists, writers, and designers. Inspired in part by Kurt Schwitters' Merzbau, the space at Kinderhook & Caracas will organically accumulate architectural interventions, art works and plant life over the course of the year, meanwhile manifesting in a parallel, non-linear publication with contributions from all of the participants. A program of encounters accompanies the physical exhibition. The loose theme of each module is determined through a dialog established between the artists. Module I revolves around the connections between the mythology of the object, artist gardens, house museums, and contamination.
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Photo by #JoeClark

#AudePariset’s solo presentation *Émissions nocturnes* is on view 24-7 at LVX ~ Pavillon der Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemb...
28/07/2020

#AudePariset’s solo presentation *Émissions nocturnes* is on view 24-7 at LVX ~ Pavillon der Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz until 23rd August 👒

👯‍♀️ Coming Up ! 🍂
30/06/2020

👯‍♀️ Coming Up ! 🍂

Opening tomorrow in Vienna 12-8pm >>> #KamillaBischof’s solo exhibition with Galerie Meyer Kainer (boltenstern.raum) 🌸🦛💜
24/06/2020

Opening tomorrow in Vienna 12-8pm >>> #KamillaBischof’s solo exhibition with Galerie Meyer Kainer (boltenstern.raum) 🌸🦛💜

#GiliTal’s solo exhibition “For the Sake of Those Who Would Discriminate Between Hallucinations" opens this Friday at Ga...
15/06/2020

#GiliTal’s solo exhibition “For the Sake of Those Who Would Discriminate Between Hallucinations" opens this Friday at Galerie Buchholz in Berlin 🚬

Guzzler is pleased to announce the launch of a new publication: 'Carpark'.Editor's PrefaceCarpark was an exhibition-for-...
15/06/2020

Guzzler is pleased to announce the launch of a new publication: 'Carpark'.

Editor's Preface
Carpark was an exhibition-for-documentation by David Homewood, Luke Sands and Alex Vivian that was held over three Tuesday mornings, 4th October, 18th October and 1st November 2016, at Kew Junction Woolworths underground carpark. Objects including a KFC box, an International Roast tin, a champagne bottle, cardboard boxes and pharmaceutical packaging were transported to the carpark in a Toyota Yaris. Junk was found and organised in the carpark: bloody tissues, a dead bird, a Hallmark stand, and a melamine-topped board; there was also a piss painting on concrete. Shopping trollies were used to distribute items around the carpark, and for the transportation of participants around the space. Materials were placed, thrown, positioned, scattered and stamped, and mayonnaise was smeared on the wall by hand. Each morning came to be seen as an interconnected episode or relapse. The audience consisted of a police patrol car, and a sewerage truck worker who pumped sewerage out of the pipes. Included in this publication are various texts by Daniel Dawson: theories and conspiracies, shopping lists, debt lists and inventories, confessions, poems, posts, rants and stories that were written between 2014 and 2019. The texts refer to places in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne, and the Dandenong Ranges; the titular carpark, conversely, is in the inner east of Melbourne. Leo’s, the supermarket next to Kew Woolworths where the photographs were shot, is owned by the same company that owns Maxi Foods in Upper Ferntree Gully, a supermarket alluded to several times in the following pages.

Publication details
Artists: #DavidHomewood, #LukeSands, #AlexVivian
Text: Daniel Dawson
Text: Justin Clemens
Designer: Alexandra Margetic
Editor: David Homewood
168 pp
Edition of 50
$50 (AUD)

Opening next Thursday evening at LVX ~ Pavillon der Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 🚗💨#AudePariset: Émissions noctu...
12/06/2020

Opening next Thursday evening at LVX ~ Pavillon der Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 🚗💨

#AudePariset: Émissions nocturnes
Opening: 18.06.2020, 19:00
19.06.-23.08.2020, 24 / 7

Aude Pariset has hung two duvets of different sizes in the pavilion. They frame several images of cars in traffic jams: the image sections depict snaking lines of heavy traffic, blurrily and dully printed onto these fluffy surfaces that would normally envelop bodies and lull them to sleep. The cars are driving towards the horizon, perhaps toward the next summer holiday, I imagine, and so the reality of air particles and frustration promptly gives way to sentimental memories of long journeys.

The traffic jam as a place of longing? Not surprising, when Pariset presents it here as if it were on an advertising banner. The desire to move forward coupled with simultaneous stagnation: all passengers separated into their own small sheet metal cells, but en route to a polluted future together. And on this subject: Did you know that nocturnal ejaculation is also referred to as pollution, as contamination? In English it is also called a “nocturnal emission,” while in French it is referred to as “pollution nocturne.” When I think of emissions, I immediately think of pollution. Of the diesel scandal and greenhouse gases. This corresponds with the fact that the quality and quantity of sperm has drastically decreased in the last fifty years, not least because of the increase in harmful environmental influences. The rate of reproduction and climate change are therefore both, in a sense, direct consequences of particle emissions into the environment. The human species is heading toward its demise, but not much else is on the move right now...

Love this editorial documentation by  #CharlotteKrieger of #DenaYago’s work ‘Ear Seed’ (2020). The wall piece is part of...
14/05/2020

Love this editorial documentation by #CharlotteKrieger of #DenaYago’s work ‘Ear Seed’ (2020). The wall piece is part of the exhibition IMAGE POWER curated by #MelanieBuehler on — but under lockdown — at the Frans-Hals-Museum 🎀✨🐘

The Kino Süd video program by Weiss Falk has been running since the end of March and offers a daily release of artists’...
13/05/2020

The Kino Süd video program by Weiss Falk has been running since the end of March and offers a daily release of artists’ videos. From today a selection of #BeatriceMarchi’s wonderful animations are available to view ~ go to www.kinosued.com 👀 🦞 🌬
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‘Loredana Across the Seasons’, 2016
Digital animation, sound, color
2:45 min
Courtesy of the Artist
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In ‘Loredana Across the Seasons’, 2016, an animation of pastel-drawn images, a shrimp lady is seen from behind as she contemplates a series of landscape paintings rushing by her; a digital guitar track accompanies. Moving from right to left, Bruegel winters, Morandi autumns, and Monet summers pass the figure, who drags absentmindedly her claw arms through her hair.

The Kino Süd video program by Weiss Falk has been running since the end of March and offers a daily release of artists’...
13/05/2020

The Kino Süd video program by Weiss Falk has been running since the end of March and offers a daily release of artists’ videos. From today a selection of #BeatriceMarchi’s wonderful animations are available to view ~ go to www.kinosued.com 👀💄💖
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‘Amiche Forever’, 2017
Digital animation, sound, color
4:32 min
Courtesy of the Artist
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In the animated video ‘Amiche Forever’, 2017, a conversation between Miss and Culinski, which appears through Skype on an iPad screen, shows the two friends arguing in English and native Italian. “Your obsession with having a BFF is ridiculous!” “I want to be International!”. The video ends as Culinski receives a makeover reminiscent of a YouTube tutorial, replete with heavy contouring, false eyelashes, and labial lipstick, while a hip-hop song about friendship plays her out. The song "Never be my friend" (2014) was written by Beatrice Marchi and performed by Alessandro Agudio, Marco Basta, Jacopo Mazzetti, Giangiacomo Rossetti, Andrea Romano, Mattia Ruffolo, Davide Stucchi, imitating falsetto voices.

The Kino Süd video program by Weiss Falk has been running since the end of March and offers a daily release of artists’...
13/05/2020

The Kino Süd video program by Weiss Falk has been running since the end of March and offers a daily release of artists’ videos. From today a selection of #BeatriceMarchi’s wonderful animations are available to view ~ go to https://www.kinosued.com/ 👀 🎸 💙
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‘Story of a Girl Band’, 2018
Digital animation, sound, color
5:35 min
Courtesy of the Artist
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Voices by: #AlessandroAgudio #MarvinMoises #AlmarazDosal #BeatriceMarchi #GiangiacomoRossetti #DavideStucchi
Sound Mixing: #FrancoCufone
Animation: #BeatriceMarchi
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The video animation ‘Story of a Girl Band’, 2018, shows a group of figures becoming a girl band on airport speedwalks. The landscape in the background slowly fades to red turning into a red carpet where the formation of the new girl band is staged. The song, written by Beatrice Marchi, has been performed by friends with male voices that imitate falsetto voices.

Review of #BeatriceMarchi’s current solo exhibition *Happy Yellowing* written by #DennisBrzek and featured on AQNB 💜
28/04/2020
AQNB

Review of #BeatriceMarchi’s current solo exhibition *Happy Yellowing* written by #DennisBrzek and featured on AQNB 💜

"The stories Marchi weaves together here center around an auto-fictional conundrum of lonely fandom, dress-to-impress emulation, and the stitching together of the varying pop cultural narratives aimed at young girls."

Beatrice Marchi’s 'Happy Yellowing' solo exhibition is on at Berlin’s SANDY BROWN until May 30. #DennisBrzek writes on the painting & sculpture show & its examinations of bodies & nature, magic & reality, self-portraits & role-play. Read below.

💫 #GiliTal’s recent solo show at *gta exhibitions* in Zürich reviewed by #KathrinBentele for the current issue of Texte ...
23/04/2020

💫 #GiliTal’s recent solo show at *gta exhibitions* in Zürich reviewed by #KathrinBentele for the current issue of Texte zur Kunst 🧐

New works by #IljaKarilampi in the *Narcotics* group exhibition at #TemnikovaKasela 💦*Narcotics*With #IljaKarilampi #Nik...
18/04/2020

New works by #IljaKarilampi in the *Narcotics* group exhibition at #TemnikovaKasela 💦

*Narcotics*
With #IljaKarilampi #NikKosmas #CosimaVonBonin #KareemLotfy #KatjaNovitskova

Text by theopioidcrisis_lookbook and sound by Emiranda.

20 March – 10 May 2020

For “not cancelled” (https://www.notcancelled.art) ~ Berlin Edition ~ the gallery presents a portfolio of paintings by #...
14/04/2020

For “not cancelled” (https://www.notcancelled.art) ~ Berlin Edition ~ the gallery presents a portfolio of paintings by #KamillaBischof. The selection spans works from our first encounter with the artist ~ ‘Tugend auf Reh’ (2016) ~ through to pieces from Bischof’s recent solo exhibition at the Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien in Graz. 📸 by #NevenAllgeier for KubaParis

14/04/2020

“not cancelled” (https://www.notcancelled.art) — the first digital Art Week in Berlin — is on now until the 18th April 🔔 @notcancelled.art
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Museums, galleries, art fairs, studios — measures taken in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic are also putting the art and culture sector to the test. After the first successful edition of not cancelled in Vienna earlier in April 2020, Exhibitionary now offers the platform to 18 selected Berlin galleries. Berlin's first online Art Week makes it possible to experience contemporary art even in times like these. As a virtual meeting place, it allows participants to offer guided tours, talks and behind-the-scenes videos to provide insights into the galleries' programmes. In addition, virtual visitors are given the opportunity to get in touch with the participating galleries and request artworks directly.

With not cancelled, Berlin has a new format for art education. The week-long event offers new happenings every day on www.notcancelled.art, analogous to a real event, but online. Experience virtual tours and artist videos, interviews and making-of videos with a look behind the scenes and into the studios of renowned artists.

Participating galleries: BQ, Sandy Brown, Mehdi Chouakri, Galerie Eigen+Art, Galerie Lars Friedrich, Klemm’s, Galerie Noah Klink, KOW, Kraupa-Tuskany-Zeidler, Tanya Leighton, Galerie Tobias Naehring, neugerriemschneider, Peres Projects, PSM, Esther Schipper, Sweetwater, Wentrup and XC.Hua Gallery.

Istvan Szilagyi and Jan Winkelmann are the initiators of not cancelled. The project is made possible by the Berlin Startup Exhibitionary and its Vienna sister company, the digital agency treat.agency.

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