Amie Siegel will be included in Hallstatt, a group exhibition at Galeria Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel curated by Maria do Carmo M. P. de Pontes and Kiki Mazzucchelli. The exhibition will be on view from 10 December 2016 through 10 February 2017.
Amie Siegel: The Spear in the Stone, Siegel’s second solo exhibition at the gallery, was selected by Christine Macel as one of the best exhibitions of 2016. Artforum’s Best of 2016 issue is available now.
Robert Breer: Time Flies, a solo survey exhibition at the Sharjah Art Foundation curated by Hoor Al-Qasimi, was selected by Christine Tohme as one of the best exhibitions of 2016. Artforum’s Best of 2016 issue is available now.
Josh Tonsfeldt will present a solo exhibition at Raucci/Santamaria, opening 29 November and on view through 30 December 2016.
John Gerrard is included in the 11th Shanghai Biennale, opening 12 November 2016 through 12 March 2017, curated by Raqs Media Collective.
Amie Siegel will give an Artist Talk at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles on Thursday, November 3, at 7:30pm. Tickets are free and available to the public.
Nick Goss is included in a group exhibition at ARTUNER entitled A Place of Our Time. The exhibition opens 3 November 2016 and also features work by Pietro Consagra, Luigi Ghirri, Rachel Harrison, Katja Novitskova, and Slavs and Tatars.
Jenny Perlin is included in Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905 – 2016, a group exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art curated by Chrissie Iles. The exhibition is on view through 5 February 2017.
Amie Siegel will offer a lecture at the Yale University School of Art on Wednesday, October 26th, at 12:30pm.
A retrospective of Robert Breer’s work will be presented at Sharjah Art Foundation from 1 October 2016 through 9 January 2017. The exhibition will feature Breer’s early works in painting and animation as well as his later kinetic sculptures and large-scale works.
Jenny Perlin will present The Perlin Papers at the Gene Siskel Film Center as part of their Conversations at the Edge series. This Thursday, October 6th, at 6pm.
Amie Siegel is included in a group exhibition entitled Life Inside an Image at Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne. The exhibition will be on view from 1 October through 10 December 2016.
Victoria Fu is included in IN/SITU at this year’s EXPO CHICAGO. This year’s program, entitled A Break in the Code and curated by Diana Nawi, “…examines and intervenes into the codes and forms used to demarcate our everyday life, by appropriating or interrupting common gestures and modes of communication, capitalizing on and redeploying systems of power and exchange, and imbuing quotidian experiences with the poetic.” The program also features work by Spencer Finch, Amalie Jakobsen, Shana Lutker, Jillian Mayer, Rodney McMillian, Julio César Morales, Bettina Pousttchi, Carlos Rolón/Dzine, and For Freedoms.
John Gerrard will be in conversation with Owen Kydd and Rudolf Frieling on Friday, September 23rd, 2016 from 6 to 7:30pm at SFMOMA’s Phyllis Wattis Theater.
Jenny Perlin will be speaking on a panel with Marcelline Delbecq and David Levine, entitled “Performing Language: A lecture, a talk, and a live reading on and around the photo-mechanical image,” curated by Béatrice Gross, at the NY Art Book Fair.
Amie Siegel will discuss her work in a free, public presentation at Cooper Union as part of their Fall 2016 Intradisciplinary Seminar program. The conversation will be held at the Frederick P. Rose Auditorium (41 Cooper Square, New York, NY) from 7 to 9pm.
John Gerrard discussed video art’s place in the contemporary art world with Tate Modern. Please click the link below to view.
Amie Siegel is included in In the Belly of the Whale, a group exhibition at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam. The exhibition will be on view from 9 September through 31 December 2016.
Amie Siegel’s Fetish will be screened Wednesday, August 3rd, at 7pm at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. The screening is part of BAMPFA’s At the Museum: Short Films series.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, will screen Victoria Fu’s Belle Captive 2 on their website as part of their Open Window series. It will be on view through 22 July 2016.
Marco Rios is included in a group exhibition at Galeria Curro entitled “Las cosas que hace uno y las cosas que lo hacen a uno”, also featuring works by Mauricio Aleja, Ester Partegàs, and Claudia Peña. The exhibition is on view through 30 September 2016.
Victoria Fu will present Egg, a site-specific building wrap covering the front façade of the Katonah Museum of Art, from 10 July through 2 October 2016.
Josh Tonsfeldt is included in I Beam U Channel, a group exhibition at Bortolami Gallery also featuring works by Tom Burr, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Martha Diamond, Richard Haas, Ann Veronica Janssens, Scott King, Phill Niblock, Charlotte Posenenske, Sara Grace Powell, Marina Rheingantz, Ben Schumacher, and Eric Wesley. The exhibition is on view from 30 June through 12 August 2016.
Please join us at the gallery on Sunday, June 19th, for the book launch of Amie Siegel: Double Negative, a new publication by Mousse Publishing in conjunction with Museum Villa Stuck, Munich. A final screening of Siegel’s exhibition will take place at 6:00pm, followed by a conversation between the artist and curator Kathleen Forde at 6:30pm.
John Gerrard: Power.Play will be on view at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, from 9 June to 7 August 2016. The exhibition presents three works, Solar Reserve (Tonopah, Nevada) 2014, Farm (Pryor Creek, Oklahoma) 2015, and Exercise (Dunhuang) 2015, which together “raise important questions not only about key issues of the present historical moment such as power and surveillance, but about the very nature of the work of art in the digital age.”
Hans Schabus will have a solo exhibition entitled L’Autre Chien at Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, opening 28 May and on view through 9 July, 2016.
John Gerrard is the recipient of one of LACMA’s 2016 Art + Technology Awards. The grant will aid the creation of a new project that uses gaming technology to render large-scale simulations exploring climate change and energy consumption.
Amie Siegel will be discussing Donald Judd at Dia:Chelsea on Tuesday, May 24th, at 6:30pm, as part of their ongoing Artists on Artists lecture series.
Nick Goss is included in a group exhibition at Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, entitled “What are we gonna paint?”. The exhibition, which also includes work by Roberto Coda Zabetta, N. Dash, Ian Kiaer, Jurgen Ots, Jackie Saccoccio, Gedi Sibony, Lucy Stein, and Rezi van Lankveld, is on view through 30 July 2016.
Amie Siegel will be giving a talk at Light Industry, Brooklyn, on Tuesday, May 17th, at 7:30pm.
John Gerrard’s Cuban School (Sancti Spiritus) 2011 is included in The Campaign for Art: Contemporary, one of the inaugural exhibitions at the newly renovated San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition will be on view from 14 May – 30 October 2016.
Victoria Fu is included in a group exhibition at Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, entitled “default”, also featuring works by Trisha Baga, Morgan Canavan, Cheryl Donegan, Guthrie Lonergan, Miami-Dutch, Erin Jane Nelson, Adam Parker Smith, Jesse Stecklow, and Mungo Thomson. The exhibition will be on view through 11 June 2016.
Channel Four has announced a series of collaborations with contemporary artists, including John Gerrard. In Spring 2017, his simulation will be displayed on Channel Four in between it’s scheduled programming.
Michelle Lopez will be presenting a solo exhibition at Alt, Istanbul. The exhibition runs from 13 April – 3 July 2016.
Amie Siegel will be included in the Director’s Programme at Glasgow International, opening tonight, April 8th, from 6 to 9pm.
Michelle Lopez: Chandelier, a solo exhibition at Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris, will open tonight, 18 March 2016, and be on view through 7 May 2016.
Jessica Mein will be presenting new work during Alserkal Avenue’s 2016 Art Week, opening March 14th from 6 to 9pm and running through March 19th, 2016.
Ricochet #10: Amie Siegel, Double Negative features seven works produced over the past decade (2005-2015) by Amie Siegel, including a new work commissioned by Museum Villa Stuck, Double Negative. The exhibition, curated by Yara Sonseca Mas, will be on view from March 12th through June 5th 2016.
Victoria Fu and Byron Kim collaborated on a mural at 7766 Fay Avenue in La Jolla, as part of Murals of La Jolla.
Amie Siegel’s Quarry will be on Vdrome from March 6th-19th, 2016.
Amie Siegel’s Black Moon will be screened Monday, February 29th, at 6pm, at the Gene Siskel Film Center at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, as part of their Radiant Visions: Media Art from SAIC, 1965-Now series.
“The Long Road from Tall Tress to Tall Houses,” an exhibition of new works by Hans Schabus, opens tonight, February 19th, at 8pm at Salzburger Kunstverein, and will be on view through April 24, 2016.
Amie Siegel will have a solo exhibition entitled “Imitation of Life” at Temple Bar Gallery & Studios in Dublin, Ireland. The exhibition, which opens February 18th at 6pm and runs through April 2, 2016, “brings together two of Siegel’s most recent film works that both delve into the world of architectural construction and luxury real estate to expose uncanny relationships between art, labour and value.”
Josh Tonsfeldt will be included in “Atlas of images and shapes” at GAMeC – Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Bergamo, opening tomorrow, February 18th, at 7pm. The exhibition will run through March 27, 2016.
Jenny Perlin’s Transcript will be screened tonight, February 4th, at 6pm as part of the Gene Siskel Film Center at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Radiant Visions series.
“Part 2: Ricochet,” a solo show by Amie Siegel, opens 29 January at 7pm. The exhibition features several new works by the artist and will be open through 8 May 2016.
Josh Tonsfeldt will present a solo project entitled About a work #10 at Galleria Zero in Milan. The exhibition runs from Tuesday, January 26 through February 6, 2016.
Nick Goss is included in a group exhibition at Bread and Jam, an artist-run space in London. The exhibition, entitled Modern Mirror, invites nine contemporary artists to respond to internationally recognized artists who were active in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. The exhibition will open January 22, 2016 and will run through January 30th, with an artists talk on closing day at 4pm.