ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tim Van Laere Gallery

September 2, 2014
Kati Heck, O Tina, 2014. Oil on canvas, 104 x 104 cm. Courtesy Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp. Kati Heck, O Tina, 2014. Oil on canvas, 104 x 104 cm. Courtesy Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp.

Tim Van Laere presents Kati Heck

The Tim Van Laere Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Kati Heck (b. 1979, Düsseldorf). The Antwerp-based artist is a strong and outlandish personality, whose paintings employ a secluded iconography, vocabulary and self-invented words and expressions such as Hauruck and Servus Mobile. Mann O Mann is the artist's second solo exhibition at the gallery and consists of a new series of portraits, two still lifes, which are... continue reading

Galerie Ernst Hilger

September 2, 2014
Erró, Silver Surfer Saga, 1999. Oil on canvas, 100 x 500 cm. ©  ERRÓ/Galerie Ernst Hilger.
Erró, Silver Surfer Saga, 1999. Oil on canvas, 100 x 500 cm. ©  ERRÓ/Galerie Ernst Hilger.

Erró and Friends. American Comics II at Hilger BROTKunsthalle

Artists: Erró  Jean-Jacques Deleval Mel Ramos Deborah Sengl From September 12 to October 24, the Hilger BROTKunsthalle (Absberggasse 27, 1100 Vienna) will be presenting large-format oil paintings by the icelandic artist Erró.  The show will also include works by Jean-Jacques Deleval, Mel Ramos and Deborah Sengl. Erró is best known for his collage-style paintings, densely populated with a wide array of characters: famous public... continue reading

ISE Cultural Foundation

September 2, 2014
Nicolas Fleming, preparatory study for Time Would Not Diminish Their Strength But Add Wisdom To It, 2014. Drywall, plaster, pigment and varnish. Photo: ARH Photo. © Nicolas Fleming. Nicolas Fleming, preparatory study for Time Would Not Diminish Their Strength But Add Wisdom To It, 2014. Drywall, plaster, pigment and varnish. Photo: ARH Photo. © Nicolas Fleming.

Nicolas Fleming at ISE Cultural Foundation

Curated by Saada El-Akhrass Presented at ISE Cultural Foundation, the site-specific installation Time Would Not Diminish Their Strength But Add Wisdom To It explores the sculptural potential of space by diverting one of its main components.   Using the four columns of the venue as a departure point, Fleming builds walls on the perimeter formed by the four pillars, resulting in a rectangular enclosure with rounded corners. Light emerges... continue reading

REVIEWS

Zofia Kulik’s “Instead of Sculpture – Sequences 1968–71”
ŻAK | BRANICKA, Berlin
View of Zofia Kulik’s “Instead of Sculpture – Sequences 1968–71,” ŻAK | BRANICKA, Berlin, 2014.

by KAREN ARCHEY

The resuscitation of older female artists’ careers has become so prevalent in recent years that it could now be seen as a trend. Take Etel Adnan (b. 1925), Judith Bernstein (b. 1942), Dorothy Iannone (b.1933), and Maria Lassnig (1919-2014), for example. And yet, we all know how the art world... continue reading

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s “_/_____/_/__/________”
PROYECTOS MONCLOVA, Mexico City
(Background) Daniel Steegman Mangrané, Systemic Grid I, 2014. (Foreground) Daniel Steegman Mangrané, Systemic Grid II, 2014.

by ANA TEIXEIRA PINTO

The Phasmida are an order of insects whose rocking march always seems hesitant. Every step they take, “stick insects”—as Phasmida are commonly called due to their resemblance to sticks or leaves—will reluctantly stretch out a leg, making cadenced, side-to-side movements as if tentatively rehearsing the next. Biologists will tell you... continue reading

“New Dawn”
SILBERKUPPE, Berlin
View of “New Dawn,” Silberkuppe, Berlin, 2014.

by NATASHA GINWALA

When foraging for food in the wild, orangutans conduct an intriguing ritual known as the “fruit stare.”(1) It unleashes a mimetic contract hinged upon intentionality and co-presence. What makes the tree surrender its fruit? The practiced stare of the orangutan coaxes it into interdependency—and possibly, divulgence—while registering a temporal circuit... continue reading

DOSSIER

Mean Girls: Keren Cytter and “Vengeance”

by MELISSA GRONLUND

“I’m so excited,” a young woman says, about an advertising meeting that would make your eyes water with boredom. “Don’t worry, that’ll pass,” her older colleague replies. It’s a flat cliché, and he delivers it with a withering smile of self-congratulation. The woman appears put down, but you get the feeling that’s... continue reading

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