After her solo shows at Harlan Levey Projects in Brussels and the Wroclaw Contemporary Museum in Wroclaw, Ella Littwitz continues to unfold the stories of the Mediterranean landscape with all its geological layers, shaped by ecology and migration.
The Elephant in the Room
Centre d’art la Panera
Pl. de la Panera 2
25002 Lleida, Spain
Amélie Bouvier has been given access to the Astronomical Photographic Plate Collection of the Harvard College Observatory, Plate Stacks, Cambridge, US. She will be going on a research journey from January 21st till 26th, 2019. The access to the archive was made possible thanks to Lindsay Smith Zrull, curator.
In his comprehensive and compelling interview on Artsy, TR Ericsson reflects on his “Crackle & Drag” project, an extensive body of work he has been building on after being left with over a 100 years worth of family archive following his mother’s suicide in 2003. The interview offers some great insights into Ericsson’s practice and position as an artist, and contains a couple of thought-provoking quotes that give extra background to his current show “Industrial Poems – Poèmes Industriels” in Brussels.
TR Ericsson will open a new exhibition titled “Blue” at Shaheen in Cleveland on November 16th. The title “Blue”, which refers to the pigment that was used to make the work, resonates the personal story behind the work and the relationship between the artist and the subject, his brother, while at the same time directly linking back to significant earlier works within Ericsson’s oeuvre and carrying with it a set of undeniable cultural references.
Andrea Éva Győri, who’s upcoming solo show will open at Harlan Levey Projects in January 2019, will present her work in “Phantasy after Analyses”, which opens in Budapest on Wednesday November 14th. The show is part of the Fotóhónap 2018 Biennial, the Hungarian Month of Photography Festival, and is curated by Lili Boros, curator of the Ferenczy Museum Center. During the opening there will be a speech by Brigitta Muladi, art historian and curator of the Ferenczy Museum Center.
Before the opening of the gallery, we co-founded the No New Enemies network, an internationally recognized non-profit organization active in public art and arts education
Willehad Eilers is part of PHK18 #16: according to the line, a group show at Bureau voor kunst/PHK18 in Rotterdam revolving around drawing. Eilers is presenting a large scale mural for the occasion. On Thursday December 13th, from 20 to 22h, the participating artists will talk about their individual practices.
Exchange is a month of screenings in public space featuring video art by ten artists in five different cities. Amélie Bouvier will show her video works next to those of Lisa Lauffs in Hoensbroek, while Andrea Éva Győri will present hers next to those of Anna Sophie de Vries in The Hague.
Marcin Dudek’s “The Mega Event” will go up for auction at TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art, an annual contemporary art auction held in the Richard Meier-designed Rachofsky House in Dallas, benefiting two organizations—the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.
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.