Ella Littwitz’s solo exhibition “And a third of the waters became wormwood”, opening on Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 from 17:30 to 20:30
Ella Littwitz’s first solo exhibition with Harlan Levey Projects, which opens during the Art Brussels Gallery Night, continues a line of investigation into cultural, political and natural geographies established throughout her past work. Work presented in the exhibition specifically addresses human migration and nationalism in the Mediterranean area, investigating the dual nature of this geographic feature to the extent that it connects and separates, acting as both a junction as well as a barrier between the Global North and South.
With the kind support of Israeli embassy in Belgium and Luxembourg.
March 29 – April 01 2018 / 11am-7pm
Parasol Projects: 2 Rivington Street, NYC
Opening Thursday, March 29 / 6-8pm
New York City, March 29th, 2018, Parasol Projects is pleased to present Jordan Seiler: Revisions, curated by Clémence Mailly. After a recent solo exhibition with Harlan Levey Projects in Brussels, and for the first time in New York City, the show will feature the artist’s newest pieces from the Labor series.
Vertigo resident Haseeb Ahmed is currently working alongside Beatrice de Gelder and the DANCE research Group at the Brain and Emotion Laboratory at the University of Maastricht.
The project “Wind Avatar” directly links a person to the wind. The movements and emotions of a subject are translated into expressions of a character composed of wind turbulence patterns. By allowing a person to literally inhabit the wind, this project enables a person to develop new forms of emotions.
Residency: September 1, 2017 – March 1, 2018
Radek Szlaga will be presenting work in the group exhibition “Wild at Heart” at Zachęta – National Gallery, Warsaw curated by Sylwia Serafinowicz. The exhibition of post 1990 Polish art explores the country’s social and economic transformation since the fall of communism.
3.3 – 6.5.2018
Zachęta – National Gallery of Art
Małachowskiego 3, 00-916 Warsaw
Jeroen Jongeleen “Counterclockwise” opens March 15th 2018 more info soon.
Willehad Eilers is part of “Art is where the heart is vol2” curated by Patrick Droste & Katharina Gallade. This two volume exhibition investigates the importance of the written and figurative forms within urban art by tracing these forms back to their roots.
15.02 – 27.05.2018
Galerie L.J., 12 rue Commines, 75003 Paris
A couple of images of the great one night only pop up exhibition we co-organized with Anton Kern Gallery at The Centrum last week, featuring work from John Bock, Amélie Bouvier, Marcin Dudek, Nicole Eisenman, TR Ericsson, Chris Martin, Alessandro Pessoli, Lara Schnitger, Jordan Seiler & Emmanuel Van der Auwera. Special thanks to Lyssa Orchid for her support in Dallas.
TR Ericsson, Dallas Pop Up installation view, 2018
Jordan Seiler, 115 Fluorescent Lights, 2017, Fluorescent lights, furniture bands, dia. 17 x h. 60 in (dia.43 x h.150 cm), Dallas Pop Up installation view, 2018
Marcin Dudek, Sean Crossley Dallas Pop Up installation view, 2018
TR Ericsson, Dallas Pop Up installation view, 2018
Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Jordan Seiler, Dallas Pop Up installation view, 2018
Amélie Bouvier, Dallas Pop Up installation view, 2018
Marcin Dudek, Amélie Bouvier & Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Dallas Pop Up installation view, 2018
The New Machine Age promises to surpass the limits of human knowledge, ability and desire. Drawing by hand seems obsolete. At the same time, it remains an essential tool for artists and scientists. In the context of Amelie Bouvier’s exhibition “The Sun Conspiracy” the artist will discuss the significance of drawing in artistic and scientific practice with brain scientist and well-known manga artist Minye Zhan (Jane Mere).
Moderated by Beatrice de Gelder.
15:00 – 17:00
Harlan Levey Projects
46 Rue Jean d’Ardennestraat
To celebrate the release of Issue 11 of The Third Rail, Harlan Levey Projects will be hosting a discussion between Marcin Dudek and Dr. John Rijsman on hooliganism, group dynamics and crowd control. This will be the first chance to get the new issue and participate in this conversation between artist and scientist with overlapping research areas.
The discussion will be held at 15:00h on October 21st 2017 in Harlan Levey Projects, 46 Rue Jean d’Ardenne, 1050 Brussels.
Armageddon Valley, 20’, 2017
In modern-day Israel a mythical place exists where according to scripture the end of the world will occur. Pilgrims wander this site in search of clues to answer their questions and impart personal perceptions of this disputed land.
Dogs is curated by Oliver Clegg and Austin Lee and runs from 23 May until 5 June 2017.
Location: Raymond Duck, 173 Green Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Artists: Austin Lee, Caroline Walker, Daniel Heidkamp, Dustin Metz, Eduard Alfonso, Hayley Josephs, Hein Koh, Henry Hudson, Jayson Musson, Jeanette Hayes, Jen Packer, Julienne Cheyenne, Kirsten Deirup, Laurence Owen, Marc Dalessio, Maria Keyn, Mark Gibson, Melissa Brown, Nikki Maloof, Olaf Breunning, Oliver Clegg, Rachel Rossin, Sanam Khatibi, Sanya Kantarovsky, Sophie Larrimore, Walter Robinson, Zach Bruder
We’ve kindly been invited by the Antwerp Art Weekend to join the action.
If you’re around, please come say hello.
Check the full program here (we’re listed under the activities of our gracious hostess Sofie Van de Velde).
Expo Chicago was an outstanding fair. Congrats to Tony Karman and his wonderful team!
Here are some images from our booth in the Exposure section curated by Justine Ludwig.
We are honored to have been selected as the winner of the ‘Discovery Prize’ at Art Brussels. Visit us today through Sunday in booth D07.
Dallas Art Fair, April 6 – 9, 2017
Harlan Levey Projects – Level 1, Booth G8 (Have a look at our page on Artsy)
FIG (Fashion Industry Gallery), 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201
“Harlan Levey Projects booth was particularly outstanding with crypto-cyber works by Amelie Bouvier, Marcin Dudek and Emmanuel Van der Auwera. Dudek’s densely collaged circuitry of knife-cut gaffer tape suggests mechanical wizardry within mundane monochrome.” – Berlin Art Link