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Brian Belott

Ara Peterson

Constance Tenvik

Steina & Woody Vasulka

Opening November 12 at LOYAL

Brian Belott

The Five Rising Artists You Must Know 2016

W Magazine

Zoe Barcza 'Dr Awkward'

Ghebaly Gallery, LA

November 12–December 23, 2016

Review: 'Memory' in Kunstkritikk

by Lars-Erik Hjertström Lappalainen

Katherine Bernhardt

Focus at The Modern Fort Worth

Apr 08–Jul 09, 2017

Katherine Bernhardt’s vibrant and youthful paintings hover between abstraction and figuration. Recently, she has been working on paintings in which she juxtaposes everyday objects, such as those in Windex cigarettes basketball, 2016, that float flatly atop lushly painted, solid grounds of color. Her subjects abound in popular and consumer culture and are depicted in a simplified, flat, gestural style that approaches a cartoonish quality.

 

SOFIA LEIBY, THE MAKING OF A BEYONDER

KIMMERICH, BERLIN

September 17–November 12, 2016

A fundamental difficulty is that creative thinking can be manifested in an almost infinite number of ways and there is no acceptable way of quantifying these different kinds of achievement.

 

BRIAN KOKOSKA, TRAUMA SAUNA

ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles

September 10–October 22, 2016

TRAUMA SAUNA presents a new series of paintings by Brian Kokoska within an installation of sculptures by Chelsea Culprit, Erik Frydenborg, and Ben Stone...

 

JIM THORELL, METHADONE

GILLMEIER RECH, BERLIN

September 10–October 22, 2016

Democracy and other bright ideas, combined with a motherload of cold hard cash, has assured that greed is as equally spread amongst the classes as butter on a piece of hot toast.

One bohemian young adult, in her pursuit to meet the criteria and satisfy the educated middle class (and upwards’) needs for innovation, taste and financial insurance, sees another young bohemian adult’s attempts in that very same pursuit as a failure, and finds it so essentially different to her attempts that it causes her to make a stiff vibrating fist in her pocket.

The gallery again welcomes you to a show by this 35-year tall man, and so on.

 

DANIEL HEIDKAMP, JAWS DROPPING

THE JOURNAL GALLERY, NYC

September 14–October 23, 2016

Contained in a 250-mile expanse along the Atlantic, at once snug and exposed, are the coastal sites that informed Daniel Heidkamp’s paintings for “Jaws Dropping,” the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery.

 

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MEMORY CURATED BY DANIEL IINATTI

LOYAL, STOCKHOLM

September 1–October 8, 2016

Cast:

Memory as Memory

Also featuring:

Ivana Basic as Ivana Basic

Duda Bebek as Duda Bebek

Alfred Boman as Alfred Boman

Viktor Fordell as Viktor Fordell

Dorota Gawęda as Dorota Gawęda

Tilman Hornig as Tilman Hornig

Eglè Kulbokaitè as Eglè Kulbokaitè

Jaakko Pallasvuo as Jaakko Pallasvuo

Emelie Sandström as Emelie Sandström

 

Loyal Gallery, Brian Belott, with Billy Grant, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Matthew Thurber and Tyson Reeder, Serpentine Gallery, Hans Ulrich Obrist

BRIAN BELOTT with BILLY GRANT, JAMIAN JULIANO-VILLANI, MATTHEW THURBER and TYSON REEDER

SERPENTINE GALLERY, LONDON

July 22, 2016

A performance programme inspired by Dada, devised collectively by the artists, featuring madcap and anarchic objects breaking into song and Finnegan’s Wake, slapstick, whim wham and whazzup fluid. A zebra will be played like a harp: a Zarp. Clothes in a fashion show by the collective George de George Hair cuts Hair will be debuted.

 

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Loyal Gallery, Brian Belott, with Billy Grant, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Matthew Thurber and Tyson Reeder, Serpentine Gallery, Hans Ulrich Obrist