NASIM NASR in Video Void: Australian Video Art

November 19th, 2014

NASIM NASR’S work has been included in recent publication Video Void: Australian Video Art. The chaper about Nasim’s work is written by Anne Marsh and the book is edited by Matthew Perkins. The book will be launched on the 28th of November at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne as part of Experimenta’s 6th International Biennial of Media Art.

SANTIAGO SIERRA – Faurschou Foundation Denmark

November 6th, 2014

SANTIAGO SIERRA in collaboration with Jens Haaning presents ‘The Copenhagen Declaration’ a large installation that fills the Faurschou Foundation’s entire exhibition space. The work will be on show from 31 October – 2 February. For more information click here.

image: Installation view of the exhibition “Jens Haaning / Santiago Sierra: The Copenhagen Declaration” at Faurschou Foundation Copenhagen.
Photo by Guston Sondin-Kung, © Faurschou Foundation.

JAMES GEURTS – Gallery Zhulong

November 5th, 2014

JAMES GEURTS’ recent exhibition Re-Surveying: Measuring Site has just concluded at Gallery Zhulong in Dallas, Texas. To read more about this fantastic exhibition click here.

Image: James Geurts, Drawing Psychogeography 9: Frozen St Lawrence River/Saguenay River, 2009, Chicoutimim Quebec, photographic print, edition of 6, 120 x 100cm

 

LOUISE HASELTON – Exhibition at AEAF

October 24th, 2014

Louise Haselton’s latest exhibition Outsides is currently showing at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation. The exhibition continues on until 22 November. For more information click here.

image: installation image of Outsides at AEAF, 2014, photo credit: Alex Lofting

SALLY SMART – Major Public Art Commission

October 24th, 2014

Sally Smart’s 12 metre high public artwork Shadow Trees, commissioned by Lend Lease for the City of Melbourne has just been installed at the new Buluk Park and Library at the junction of Bourke and Collins Street, in Docklands Melbourne, Australia. For more images and information about this project click here.

(photo credit Fred Kroh)

  

MARK SIEBERT – Walking tour exhibition

October 1st, 2014

MARK SIEBERT has a solo show opening as part of the Art Licks Weekend Festival. Mark’s exhibition Losers Walking Tour is a tour that uses the streets of Homerton as a gallery space for 13 paintings from his Losers series. The works are installed on the streets of E9 in London’s East End.

The exhibition runs from 2 – 5 October

Thursday: 7-7.45pm
Friday: 7-7.45pm
Saturday: 2-2.45pm
Sunday: 2-2.45pm

Mark will be handing out self-guided maps at Homerton Station 7 – 8pm Thursday and Friday and 2 – 3pm Saturday and Sunday. For more information click here or to follow the show and paintings installed on the street click here.

Image: Mark Siebert, Losers (Bermondsey Street), 2011-12, oil on plywood, 27 x 27cm

THOMAS RENTMEISTER showing at Gallery Bačva

October 1st, 2014

THOMAS RENTMEISTER is currently showing at Gallery Bačva in Zagreb, Croatia. In his exhibition Considering the Matter the works touch upon several different aspects of the artist’s sculptural and pictorial practices. The exhibition continues until 10 October 2014. For more information click here.

CHRISTIAN LOCK – Cairo Biennale

September 30th, 2014

Congratulations to CHRISTIAN LOCK who has been invited to participate in the 13th International Cairo Biennale in 2015.

HOSSEIN VALAMANESH – Winner Moving Image Commission

September 30th, 2014

Congratulations to HOSSEIN VALAMANESH who has been announced as the recipient of the 2015 Art and Moving Image Commission as part of the Adelaide Film Festival. His new work CHAR SOO will debut at Samstag Museum during the film festival next year. For more information click here.

Image: Hossein Valamanesh, Passing Time, 2011, collaboration with Nassiem Valamanesh, MDF, monitor and media player, 61 x 52 x 52cm, 4 minute loop, Edition of 6 + 2 A/P

MICHELLE NIKOU – showing in Berlin

September 30th, 2014

MICHELLE NIKOU is currently shoing at Contemporary Food Lab in Berlin. In her exhibition Vacancy, Michelle explores the idea of fullness by looking at the vacancy brought about from being sated and well-fed through a new neon sculpture. The exhibition continues until 31 October.