Lives Between is a group show opening on August 31st, featuring work by thirteen artists including Ella Littwitz. The exhibition is curated by Sergio Edelsztein and Joseph del Pesco in collaboration with Kadist, San Francisco. It runs until 28th of October in The Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Tel Aviv.
Radek Szlaga is among the 24 contemporary artists in the group exhibition The Travellers: Voyage and Migration in New Art from Central and Eastern Europe at KUMU in Tallinn, Estonia. The exhibition runs from August 25, 2017 until January 28, 2018.
“The Travellers showcases the enriching value of travel and simultaneously problematises the tensions that inevitably arise between the poetics of the travelling experience and the political situations that condition it.”
Marcin Dudek’s installation and works from the series ‘Too Close For Comfort’ is at BWA Katowice as part of the exhibition ‘Przesilenia‘ curated by Marta Lisok.
We’re open only by appointment until September 7.
Have a great summer!
“…Twenty years ago Dudek was one of Cracovia Kraków hooligans who took part in fights, violent football stadium expressions, and experienced solidarity and loyality provided by the group. Now in the field of visual art he examines the universal problem of functioning as an individual amongst a crowd. He shows a system based on conflicts and agreements and refers to the symbols associated with our idea of hooligan groups: violence, riot flares, local chauvinism and an attachment to their clubs’ and national colours (he often uses orange and black). For example a bomber jacket, turned inside out to reveal its blaze orange lining, is one of Dudek’s most often used object. In the 90s such jackets became a firm element of football hooligan fashion. Today, orange is the colour of anti-establishment, anti-government struggles, and of political revolutions. Orange flares, a punching bag, a stone in Dudek’s hand, football stickers and the artist strolling through gallery during opening with a knife – all are Marcin Dudek’s tools in his new social group – the art world.”
Radek Szlaga is at NEST in Den Hague with the group show Post-Peace opening on Saturday 20 May, 4pm.
Congratulations to Haseeb Ahmed & former Penthouse Resident Daniel G. Baird for their inclusion in the 2017 Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art curated by Nav Haq.
Harlan Levey Projects has been featured on Gallery Monthly. You can read the interview here.
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).
Friday April 21st, 18:00 – 21:00
On Art Brussels Gallery Night, we’re thrilled to open a solo exhibition from Petr Davydtchenko who presents his video installation “Voznesenie (Ascension),” first shown at the Moscow Biennale (for young art). It is a six channel work with images displayed horizontally, vertically and diagonally, giving an omnipresent aura to the man surfacing from the thick residual mud of the underground. In addition to this installation, Davydtchenko will also present a series of new paintings that shed more subtle light on the depicted ascension.
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.
Art Brussels is right around the corner. We’ll be presenting works from Haseeb Ahmed, Ella Littwitz and Emmanuel Van der Auwera. You can have a look at our page on Artsy here. If you missed Haseeb’s exhibition “WIRD” during the last Brussels Gallery Weekend, have a look at the teaser.
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