For the following five months Haseeb Ahmed will be hosted at La Becque, a brand new artist residency in La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland.
We are delighted to communicate that our gallery has been welcomed as a new member of the New Art Dealers Alliance. NADA mission is to be the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art.
We are happy to announce that the painting “Salivating Chest Transformation” by Andrea Éva Győri has been shortlisted for the Esterhazy Art Award. More information following this link.
During the month of August Marcin Dudek will be working on new performance piece at National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest, MNAC, in dialogue with Dinu Gutu anthropologist and author of ‘Casuals’ culture. Bricolage and consumerism in football supporters’ culture. Case study – Dinamo Bucharest Ultras.
The last exhibition at the gallery before summer, Sean Crossley’s “Recreational Painting”, can now be visited in Artland 3D following this link.
On September 14th and 15th, during the Journées du Patrimoine, Amélie Bouvier will be presenting some of her works at L’Ancien Observatoire de Bruxelles (Observatoire Quetelet). The exhibition is a collaboration between Greylight Projects and Homegrade. (more…)
The video Die Leiden Des Alten Senators by Willehad Eilers will be featured in the group exhibition Klas 1B 2019 at De School in Amsterdam, opening August 8th 2019. Collaboration with online gallery Patty Morgan.
We are happy to announce that Ella Littwitz will be part of the project Futur at Casa d’Angel in Lumbrein, Switzerland in September. Her work will also be featured in the collective exhibition Anecdotes of Origins at A plus A Gallery in Venice, Italy, opening end of summer. As to residencies, Ella will be resident at Artport in Tel Aviv in September.
Marcin Dudek, The Crowd Man, Installation view, Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, 2019. Courtesy the Artist & Edel Assanti London. Photo: Małgorzata Kujda, © Wrocław Contemporary Museum, 2019.
For his solo show “The Crowd Man” at Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, Marcin Dudek combines new works with older ones in a compelling and immersive installation. “The Crowd Man” is curated by Piotr Lisowski. (more…)
Ella Littwitz is showing work in the group show “BUFFER ZONES” at Paradise Works in Manchester. The exhibition addresses the UK’s departure from the European Union through the work of 14 artists who’s work centres around the geo-political, socio-economical and cultural impact of borders. “BUFFER ZONES” is curated by Nat Pitt. (more…)
Ella Littwitz‘ solo show, “The Promise”, in Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen combines installations, sculptures, drawings, and embroideries addressing issues of territorialisation, nationalism, border politics and migration. “The Promise” is curated by Maren Brauner. (more…)
Tr Ericsson , Cowboy, 2019, Powdered paint pigment, resin and alcoholic cocktail on gessoed panel, 30.5 x 40.6 cm 12 x 16 in
We are pleased to participate in this year’s edition of Art Brussels, where we will be presenting work by Amélie Bouvier, Marcin Dudek, Haseeb Ahmed, TR Ericsson & Andrea Éva Győri along with a solo booth of Emmanuel Van der Auwera. (more…)