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    Teoría del Color (Color Theory) at MUAC Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City

    Posted: 12-October-2014, 10:25pm EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    Teoría del Color (Color Theory) at MUAC Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, is an exhibition that deals with color, but with the color of the human skin, and racism. Curated by Helena Chávez, Alejandra Labastida, and Cuauhtémoc Medina, the exhibition features works by Alexander Apóstol, Kader Attia, Zach Blas, Yutsil Cruz, Frente 3 de fevreiro, Rajkamal Kahlon, Anton Kannemeyer, Pedro Lash, Vincent Meessen, Erick Meyenberg, Daniela Ortiz, Juan Carlos Romero, Tracey Rose, Santiago Sierra, and Roberto de la Torre.

    From the press text:

    Theory of Colour plays with the idea of the existence of a set of basic rules for combining colors in order to present, in a sarcastic fashion, the issue of the discursive or aesthetic assertions that define social distribution and exclusion on the basis of skin pigmentation. This exhibition emerges from an investigation into contemporary art produced over the past ten years in which artists from different generations and countries (South Africa, Germany, the United States, Mexico, Venezuela, Belgium, France, Peru, Argentina, Brazil and Spain) deal with the issue of racism. These practices reveal a diversity of approaches ? nationalism, scientism, homogenization, exoticization, colonization, exploitation, sexualization ? which display the complex web that underlies racism.

    Theory of Colour is neither a historical overview nor an attempt at mapping, but an exercise that questions a logic that persists yet cannot be analyzed as a universal category. Racism is the results of a singular operation of exclusion that is implemented in a particular form in different times and places, where the subject of exclusion is part of a framework of social distribution that functions as an enclave for the division of labor and wealth. Theory of Colour peers into this history that produces its singularity with each repetition, in search of catalysts that reveal what kind of operations are carried out from a contemporary art perspective and consider whether, from this viewpoint, it is possible to open up a cultural space for debate.

    The exhibition runs until February 9, 2015.

    Teoría del Color (Color Theory) at MUAC Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, September 27, 2014. Video by Diego García Sotomoro.

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    VernissageTV Classics (r3): Leandro Erlich: Swimming Pool, P.S.1, New York (2008)

    Posted: 10-October-2014, 1:38am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    Our coverage of Leandro Erlich’s Swimming Pool installation at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in New York is one of our most popular videos across all distribution channels. That’s why we thought it’s time to give it our r3 treatment. As most of the videos in this series, the footage was filmed in HD, but ? due to restrictions regarding bandwidth, budget, and performance of the hardware in those days, it was edited and published in SD. So here it is, Leandro Erlich’s Swimming Pool in HD.

    Leandro Erlich was born in 1973 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is internationally known for his spectacular immersive installations that create with optical illusions. Click here for an interview with Leandro Erlich on the occasion of the opening of his Dalston House installation in London in 2013.

    This is another segment in our series r3 that highlights the treasures of VernissageTV’s huge archive. R3 is a series of VernissageTV classics, now re-mastered, re-edited and reissued in High Definition. Click here for the complete list of videos. Click here for the original post.

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    14 Rooms: Media Conference / 14 Rooms Playlist

    Posted: 8-October-2014, 12:36am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    With this video we close our series that documents the 14 Rooms Live Art Exhibition project in Basel. Usually the media conference stands at the beginning of an event, in our series, it’s the closing. In this video, George Delnon (Director, Theater Basel), Marc Spiegler (Director, Art Basel), Sam Keller (Director, Fondation Beyeler), Klaus Biesenbach (Director of MoMA PS1 und Chief Curator at Large des Museum of Modern Art), Hans Ulrich Obrist (Co-Director of Exhibitions and Programmes und Director of International Projects der Serpentine Gallery), Jacques Herzog (Senior Partner Herzog & de Meuron) present the project. The video above is an excerpt, the complete press conference with the statements of the participants of the media conference is available below, as well as the playlist with all the videos that we have produced for this event.

    14 Rooms: Media Conference, Messe Basel, Basel (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.

    14 Rooms was a collaboration between Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel and Theater Basel, and has been accompanied by an education program conceived and run by Fondation Beyeler. The project was originally commissioned as 11 Rooms by Manchester International Festival, the International Arts Festival RUHRTRIENNALE 2012-2014 and Manchester Art Gallery. It was shown as 11 Rooms at Manchester International Festival in July 2011, as 12 Rooms at the International Arts Festival RUHRTRIENNALE 2012-2014 and as 13 Rooms by Kaldor Public Art Projects at Pier 2/3 in Sydney?s Walsh Bay in April 2013. For each edition, the artists list partially changed. Curated by Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist, the 14 Rooms exhibition featured performative works by artists including Marina Abramovi?, Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla, Ed Atkins, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Damien Hirst, Joan Jonas, Laura Lima, Bruce Nauman, Otobong Nkanga, Roman Ondák, Yoko Ono, Tino Sehgal, Santiago Sierra, and Xu Zhen. Two more works joined the architectural environment conceived by Herzog & de Meuron: Jordan Wolfson?s acting as an epilogue, John Baldessari?s as an archival documentation.

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    Complete video (51:45 min.):

    Playlist ? 14 Rooms in one go. (Alternatively, for a list of all videos, click here):

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    Bedwyr Williams: Echt / Solo exhibition at Salzburger Kunstverein

    Posted: 6-October-2014, 1:59am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    The Salzburger Kunstverein in Salzburg, Austria, just opened a solo show with works by the Welsh artist Bedwyr Williams. The exhibition is entitled Echt, and is a co-produced project that develops throughout 2014 via Tramway (Glasgow), Mostyn (Wales), the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Dublin), and is completed at the Salzburger Kunstverein. For the presentation in Salzburg, Bedwyr Williams has conceived an exhibition that includes several video installations and sculptural works. One of them is a video performance that was filmed in summer in the Mönchsberg-Garage, a parking garage that was carved into the rock of the Mönchsberg Mountain in Salzburg, and shows the artist being carried through the tunnels by a strongman. Another work that has to do with unusual architecture is 70°. 70° refers to the iconic Hotel 70°, which once stood high on a cliff overlooking the nearby town of Colwyn Bay in Wales. The hotel was noted for its peculiar architecture where everything from the carpets to the stairs followed the 70° and 110° angles of the building. The hotel, built in 1972, was demolished in 2007 lives on in a film Bedwyr Williams made with the aid of computer modeling. In this video we have a look at the exhibition on the occasion of the opening reception on October 3, 2014.

    Bedwyr Williams was born in Wales in 1974. His work combines installation art, video and references to stand-up comedy. He studied at St. Martins School of Art in London and Ateliers, Arnhem, Netherlands. In 2004 he won a Paul Hamlyn Award for the Visual Arts and was nominated as one of Britain?s most promising artists by The Guardian. In 2005 he was Welsh artist-in-residence at the Venice Biennale and he was shortlisted for the Beck?s Futures prize in 2006. He represented Wales at the Venice Biennale in 2013 with his project ?The Starry Messenger.?

    The exhibition is accompanied by a new artist book co-produced with the touring partners and the Welsh Arts Council.

    Running concurrently with Bedwyr Williams: Echt, the Salzburger Kunstverein presents Bea McMahon: Cover. Both exhibitions run until November 30, 2014.

    Bedwyr Williams: Echt / Solo exhibition at Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg (Austria). Vernissage, October 3, 2014.

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    From the press text:

    ECHT is a multi-faceted installation by Welsh artist Bedwyr Williams. As a collaboration between the Salzburger Kunstverein and other institutions, the project began in Mostyn, North Wales, continued onto Tramway as part of the Glasgow International Festival, stopped in Dublin at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, and will complete itself, in a way, in Salzburg.

    Audiences will experience a total installation at the Salzburger Kunstverein, including a performative element in the Ringgalerie that surrounds the central exhibition hall, which itself contains several video installations and sculptural works, including one video performance that the artist crafted this summer in Salzburg.

    Bedwyr Wiliams continually references the body and its conundrums of dealing with existence today. Misfitting language or failed conceptions of desire emerge endlessly into the frame of his work. We might see this, in one regard, to be an ongoing attempt to comprehend and deal with the Real, as it rears its head in any and every possible waking moment. But along with this journey, so to speak, is a continual relationship to pleasure. That is, one?s helplessness in the face of it all does not necessarily mean that one gives in. Rather, one continues on; plodding through the muck, straining one?s ears to hear what is really being said, looking over what appears before you with apprehension and bemusement. Elements of these means of cognitive survival appear and re-appear in Bedwyr?s work, speaking to us in a very personal manner, through his voice, through his person, and through his story-telling. ?And there in the middle of it all is Bedwyr himself, madcap visionary, artist-cum-poet out of whose conscious all this is streaming as he lies dreaming on the floor of the emergency sports hall surrounded by the snoring forms of hundreds of pensioners, their kindliness and wisdom a comfort in the present crisis. At one point he remarks that there is nobody left to satirise the bad, so they just get worse. But this is Williams?s own role ? his own great Swiftian achievement.? The Guardian, 2014

    Combining reflections on cultural behaviour and difference, existential wanderings, irrational considerations for after the apocalypse, among other things, and always self-reflexive, we encounter in Bedwyr?s project forms of ?truth? that are both unavoidable and equally faced by the artist in an absurdist, resigned manner. What makes it all bearable is the artist?s comic approach to it all.

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    Marina Abramovic: Artist Talk at Fondation Beyeler

    Posted: 3-October-2014, 12:43am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    Within the context of Marina Abramovic’ recent project at Fondation Beyeler, the museum held an artist talk with the renowned performance artist. In the conversation with Sam Keller (Director, Fondation Beyeler), Marina Abramovic provided the audience with an insight into her life and work. Among other things, she talks about being an artist, her project for Fondation Beyeler, and the Marina Abramovic Institute (Many Artists Institute).

    ?You can’t wish to be an artist. It’s like wishing: ?Can I breathe or not?? You’re not asking yourself ?Can you breathe?? You are or you are not. It’s not like you’re going to be, it’s not coming, it’s DNA. You just are an artist. It’s the same intensity like breathing. You wake up in the morning and you have to create.?

    Performance artist Marina Abramovic in conversation with Sam Keller (Director, Fondation Beyeler) at Fondation Beyeler in Riehen, Switzerland, September 20, 2014.

    PS: The video above is an excerpt. The complete talk is available further down on this page.

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    Warsaw Gallery Weekend 2014

    Posted: 1-October-2014, 12:30am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    On the occasion of the Warsaw Gallery Weekend (WGW) 2014 we have just visited eight and very diverse positions. The main program of the WGW was supported by 21 local galleries and of one guest gallery from Prague. Collateral events were supported by institutions such as Zacheta ? National Gallery of Art, Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, National Museum in Warsaw, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Theatre Institute, Adam Mickiewicz Institute or Academy of Fine Arts. This year, the Warsaw Gallery Weekend showed a very precise and accomplished selection of what the reputation of the Polish art scene is based on.??This video provides you with a tour through selected exhibitions that feature works by artists such as Aleksandra Chciuk, Andac Karabeyo?lu, ?ukasz Filak, Magdalena Kulak, Kajetan Plis (Leto), Szymon Malecki, Tomek Sacilowski (Piktogram/BLA), Gudrun Kampl (Propaganda), Janek Zamoyski (Czu?o??), Erwin Kneihsl (SVIT), Aneta Grzeszykowska (Raster), Norman Leto (Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle), Piotr ?akomy (Stereo) and Andrzej Partum, Zbigniew Warpechowski, Roman Dziadkiewicz (Monopol). We also speak with Marta Ko?akowska and Jacek Sosnowski, board members of the Warsaw Gallery Weekend.??

    Warsaw Gallery Weekend (2014); Interview with Marta Ko?akowska & Jacek Sosnowski (Board of the Warsaw Gallery Weekend); September 26-28, 2014. Video and interview by Frantisek Zachoval.

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    Alvar Aalto: Second Nature. Retrospective at Vitra Design Museum

    Posted: 29-September-2014, 3:08am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    Second Nature is the title of the Alvar Aalto retrospective that just opened at the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany. Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) is presented as the best known Finnish architect of his generation and a chief proponent of a human-centered modernism. Among his outstanding works are buildings such as the Paimio Sanatorium (1933) or Villa Mairea (1939), Aalto?s Paimio Chair (1931?1932) and his Stool 60 (1933), as well as his emblematic Savoy Vase (1936), which has become the symbol of Finnish Design. In this video, we attend the opening reception of the exhibition.

    Alvar Aalto ? Second Nature provides an extensive overview of Alvar Aalto?s life and work, including historical architectural models, original drawings, furniture, lights and glassware, as well as works by other acclaimed artists like Alexander Calder or Jean Arp. The exhibition is accompanied by the work of German artist Armin Linke, who has been commissioned to produce new photographs and films of selected buildings.

    Alvar Aalto: Second Nature. Retrospective at Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein (Germany). Vernissage, September 26, 2014.

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    M ? Ute Müller, Christoph Meier at Sariev Contemporary, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

    Posted: 26-September-2014, 1:46am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    On the occasion of our trip to Plovdiv (Bulgaria) to cover the Night of Museums and Galleries, we also had a look at two exhibitions at the gallery Sariev Contemporary. One of them is called ?M?. Curated by Bettina Steinbrügge (Director of the Kunstverein Hamburg, Germany), the show presents works by two artists: Ute Müller and Christoph Meier. Both live and work in Vienna, Austria. In this video, we have a look at the exhibition during the opening evening.

    Bettina Steinbrügge on the exhibition: ?We don?t know what M is or is doing right now and if this even matters. We assume that it could matter. Or not. M will be an enigmatic riddle, an assumption about what could be if we only try hard enough to let loose. Viennese artists Christoph Meier and Ute Müller tackle aesthetic issues from a variety of angles, pursuing the everyday through thoughts and actions firmly rooted in life experiences and reality. The two artists reflect on the social meaning of structures.?

    M – Ute Müller, Christoph Meier, curated by Bettina Steinbrügge. Sariev Contemporary, Opening reception, Plovdiv (Bulgaria), September 12, 2014.

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    Deprivation ? The Rise of Eastern Culture / Another Dimension 2014 / Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok

    Posted: 24-September-2014, 2:46am EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    Deprivation is the title of an exhibition staged by the Arsenal Gallery in Bia?ystok (Poland) as part of the festival ?The Rise of Eastern Culture / Another Dimension 2014?. Curated by Monika Szewczyk, the group show features 27 artists from 11 countries. Deprivation constitutes a continuation and an extension of artistic activities by creators coming from the Eastern Partnership countries, initiated by the Arsenal Gallery in 2011 with the exhibition ?The Journey to the East?, organized to accompany the Polish Presidency of the EU.

    Deprivation revolves around migration and its political, social, economical and psychological aspects. ?The exhibition has been inspired by the social situation prevailing in the countries of the former Eastern Bloc but also by the European discourse on the Eastern Partnership. These questions seem particularly significant in the context of the Schengen Area. Contradictions and inequalities are too conspicuous to remain unnoticed, including difficulty in obtaining visas, high fees and long waiting times. An Armenian person has to pay for a Polish visa twenty times as much as a Polish person for an Armenian visa. These disproportions and bureaucratic absurdities call our declarations of cooperation into question.? (press text).

    The exhibition also deals with the dramatic change in one?s personal life that’s caused by moving to another country ? regardless of whether it is voluntary or forced. ?It often entails loss or infringement of civil rights, separation from one?s kith and kin, identity conflicts and language barriers. This is a problem well-known in Poland and the former republics of the USSR. Although in a reversed fashion, Western Europe ? flooded with immigrants from all over the world ? is also affected by this. Immigrating to earn money or to enjoy political or spiritual freedom, chasing dreams of a better life, escaping from persecution, displacement, uprooting ? these are the many aspects of migration approached by artists partaking in the exhibition.?

    Deprivation ? The Rise of Eastern Culture / Another Dimension 2014 / Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok, August 2014.

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    Featured artists: Ye?im A?ao?lu, Vahram Aghasyan, Babi Badalov, Anatoly Belov, Tatiana Fiodorova, Ghazel, Oxana Gourinovitch, Dominik Ja?owi?ski, Tigran Khachatryan, Aleksander Komarov, Anna Konik, Yulia Kostereva & Yuriy Kruchak, Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Victoria Lomasko, Lada Nakonechna, Anna Okrasko, Nini Palavandishvili & Data Chigholashvili /GeoAIR, R.E.P., Mykola Ridnyi, Sabina Shikhlinskaya, Société Réaliste (Ferenc Gróf, Jean-Baptiste Naudy), Vladimir Us, Julita Wójcik, Piotr Wysocki, Martin Zet.

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    Dimitar Solakov: The Story of Art ? a Concise Version / Sariev Project Space, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)

    Posted: 21-September-2014, 11:01pm EDT by (VernissageTV)
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    On the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Night of Museums and Galleries in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, the gallery Sariev Contemporary opened two exhibitions: M – Ute Müller, Christoph Meier at their main gallery space, and Dimitar Solakov: The Story of Art ? a Concise Version at the gallery’s project space in the historic Kapana Quartier of Plovdiv. As part of the gallery’s platform for young artists and curators, called ?Background: Young Artists?, the 2014 edition presents Dimatar Solakov’s solo project ?The Story of Art ? A Concise Version?. The show was nominated for this year’s BAZA Award for Contemporary Art and contains 28 works referring to different periods of art history and related chapters from Ernst H. Gombrich’s book ?The Story of Art?. In this video, the Dimatar Solakov explains the concept behind the show and provides us with a guided tour of the exhibition.

    Dimitar Solakov: The Story of Art ? a Concise Version / Sariev Project Space, Plovdiv (Bulgaria). September 13, 2014.

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