Susanna Fritscher and Jean-Christophe Norman

The Fonds régional d'art contemporain (French Regional Contemporary Art Fund, Frac) Franche-Comté is playing host to two solo shows: Promenade Blanche / Weisse Reise by Susanna Fritscher and Biographie by Jean-Christophe Norman, two artists with different approaches but brought together here through their common interest in time and space, body and movement, as well as the notions of layers, ...

Inventing the Possible

The second edition, after Faux Amis in 2010, of the Ephemeral Video Library project, Inventing the Possible, questions the invention of a possible future or a utopian future. Selected videos explore in varying degrees humor or feeling for tragedy, our perplexity in the face the failure of modernity's utopias, inviting us to reflect, within that context, on the possibility ...

Norbert Nestler

As a sculptor, graphic artist, performer and art teacher, Norbert Nestler (1942–2014) had a longstanding influence on the art world in Graz, Austria. In a retrospective developed in cooperation with the artist, featuring final tube graphics devised for the staircase, Neue Galerie Graz is now presenting a chronological selection of objects, installations and graphical works of the artist who ...

Jennifer Tee at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Intricate and almost impossible ceramics, hand-knitted crystalline floor pieces, swirling and balancing wooden bows reminiscent of bones, electromagnetic waves and other invisible currents. The work of Jennifer Tee, comprised of sculpture, installation, performance, photography and collages, is the exploration of a continuous dialogue between material experimentation and philosophical contemplation. In Occult Geometry elaborate titles like Primordial Chaos~Selfhood Meltdown and ...

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Featured Artist: Johan Potma // Berlin

We're incredibly proud to count Berlin based artist Johan Potma as a BAP member. Johan's been featured as a BAP Artist of the Month and has had his work covered by Communication Arts. He's truly a gifted artist with a talent for creating creatures and scenes that you wish were real. Check out all of his ... Continue reading ›

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Contemporary/Modern: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Contemporary/Modern: Selections from the Permanent Collection brings together a selection of significant paintings and sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art's permanent collection that highlights the persistent influence of modernism. While recent works inventively reference and reinterpret the past—including both popular and obscure forms of painting, architecture, and design—earlier works, representing notable movements in abstract ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: Molly Crabapple, New York, NY

1. What inspires you these days? Caffeine. Naked girl parties, silly rich people, big canvases, pretty shoes that hurt. 2. Who are your heroes? Christopher Hitchens, Joan Sfar and Fatima Mernissi rock my socks. 3. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Sitting in my loft when the sun is shining just right drinking epic strong coffee and reading comics. 4. What ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: 10 with Pieter Borst

Netherlands based artist and BAP member Pieter Borst creates surreal worlds of goodzillas and bad smurfs. Explore his work and get to know him a little better below. 1. What inspires you these days? The relationship between people, their emotions and their place in this crazy society. How we can act as a group and as individuals. Visually: ... Continue reading ›

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Susanna Fritscher and Jean-Christophe Norman

The Fonds régional d'art contemporain (French Regional Contemporary Art Fund, Frac) Franche-Comté is playing host to two solo shows: Promenade Blanche / Weisse Reise by Susanna Fritscher and Biographie by Jean-Christophe Norman, two artists with different approaches but brought together here through their common interest in time and space, body and movement, as well as the ... Continue reading ›

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Inventing the Possible

The second edition, after Faux Amis in 2010, of the Ephemeral Video Library project, Inventing the Possible, questions the invention of a possible future or a utopian future. Selected videos explore in varying degrees humor or feeling for tragedy, our perplexity in the face the failure of modernity's utopias, inviting us to reflect, within that context, ... Continue reading ›

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Norbert Nestler

As a sculptor, graphic artist, performer and art teacher, Norbert Nestler (1942–2014) had a longstanding influence on the art world in Graz, Austria. In a retrospective developed in cooperation with the artist, featuring final tube graphics devised for the staircase, Neue Galerie Graz is now presenting a chronological selection of objects, installations and graphical works of ... Continue reading ›

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Jennifer Tee at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Intricate and almost impossible ceramics, hand-knitted crystalline floor pieces, swirling and balancing wooden bows reminiscent of bones, electromagnetic waves and other invisible currents. The work of Jennifer Tee, comprised of sculpture, installation, performance, photography and collages, is the exploration of a continuous dialogue between material experimentation and philosophical contemplation. In Occult Geometry elaborate titles like Primordial ... Continue reading ›

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The Passion According To Carol Rama

With a selection of 200 works, the exhibition The Passion According to Carol Rama is the largest of the artist's work to date. Born in 1918 in Turin, Carol Rama—never academically trained or explicitly faithful to any particular movement—developed a body of work over seven decades that is as unique as it is obsessive. The artist ... Continue reading ›

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Fall 2014

Ane Hjort Guttu's film This Place is Every Place is a fictive dialogue between two women in Tensta. The Arab Spring works as a backdrop for their conversation, and the film establishes a connection between the global protest movements of the last three years and the riots in Husby, Tensta, and other places in Sweden that ... Continue reading ›

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Musings on a Glass Box and The Inhabitants

The Fondation Cartier presents the second part of its 30th anniversary: two exceptional exhibitions created especially for the occasion, Musings on a Glass Box and The Inhabitants. Created by the internationally acclaimed interdisciplinary design studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Musings on a Glass Box is a complex work occupying the entire ground floor of the Fondation ... Continue reading ›

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Pauline M’barek

The Frankfurter Kunstverein presents a comprehensive survey of Pauline M'barek's artistic work. Born in 1979 and based in Brussels and Cologne, the artist has been the recipient of numerous art prizes, and in 2014 she was awarded the prestigious Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Fellowship.  M'barek's multi-media installations invert the customary relation between subject and object, thus bringing about ... Continue reading ›