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ROBERT HEINECKEN: PARAPHOTOGRAPHER AT WORK

Heinecken’s work explores the normalising effect of mass media, the link between original and copy, true and fake.Heinecken’s work explores the normalising effect of mass media, the link between original and copy, true and fake.

Although he rarely used a camera, Robert Heinecken (1931–2006) is widely regarded as one of the most influential photographers of post-War America. He described himself as a ‘paraphotographer’, and it was as such that he tirelessly explored the nature of photography and the ideas traditionally associated with it through a large variety of techniques, including sculpture, video, printmaking and collage. The exhibition at WIELS examines a pivotal period in his career, during which Heinecken used a Polaroid SX-70 camera.

Legendary Moment : Bjarne Melgaard X Eckhaus Latta

Bjarne Melgaard is a Norwegian artist based in New York. He has been described as "the most famous Norwegian artist since Munch"Bjarne Melgaard is a Norwegian artist based in New York. He has been described as "the most famous Norwegian artist since Munch"

Current Viewing: Elmgreen & Dragset : Biography: Astrup Fearnley Museet (Oslo ) : Until August 24,

Images courtesy of Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo. Photos by Anders Sune Berg.Images courtesy of Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo. Photos by Anders Sune Berg.

‘Biography’ presents a wide selection of works from Elmgreen & Dragset’s complex universe, including sculpture, performance and interactive installations. Works from the late 1990s onwards will be shown together with recent projects, and all together they will create a unique insight into the artists’ oeuvre. Elmgreen & Dragset consider an exhibition to be a work of art in itself, with all its narrative, choreographic and social possibilities and ‘Biography’ will examine the very conditions of exhibiting.

Current Viewing: Tatiana Trouvé, The Longest Echo — L’Écho le plus long : musée d'art moderne et contemporain : MAMCO (Geneva)

Les temps sont doubles. Le présent est double, il a même deux faces qui coexistent simultanément, suggère Tatiana Trouvé .Les temps sont doubles. Le présent est double, il a même deux faces qui coexistent simultanément, suggère Tatiana Trouvé .

On pourra insister, avec I Tempi doppi, sur un nouage récurrent dans les œuvres de Tatiana Trouvé. Dans les relations d’un énoncé (I Tempi doppi) et d’une forme (une ampoule électrique allumée, reliée par un fil conducteur à une autre, éteinte), se libèrent les conditions d’une expérience esthétique selon une double portée, où une proposition matérielle vaut à la fois en tant qu’idée et en tant qu’image. Dans l’intervalle ouvert par ces écarts, se libère un espace pour la pensée à travers un phénomène d’écho, au sein duquel la réflexion d’une idée s’effectue sur un obstacle qui la répercute. Pris dans ce dispositif poétique, il revient au spectateur de faire résonner le sens.

Current Viewing: Klöntal Triennale 2014 at Kunsthaus Glarus : Until September 14, 2014

Klöntal Triennale 2014 at Kunsthaus Glarus . Work by Shannon BoolKlöntal Triennale 2014 at Kunsthaus Glarus . Work by Shannon Bool

Klöntal Valley—located above Glarus—has been a recurrent focus of art since the mid- seventeenth century: far removed from mass tourism, the valley and its pristine landscape nurture visions of an ideal utopia even today. It has always been a fascination of artists. A PLACE LIKE THIS takes up this theme, presenting twenty-three international positions at selected locations in Klöntal Valley and at Kunsthaus Glarus. A majority of the new works created specifically for this location directly reference Klöntal Valley’s rich artistic tradition. The contemporary artists have been invited to address the location and its heritage, the landscape and nature, activating these concerns from a present-day perspective and questioning their historical to poi.

ARTBREAK: WOLFGANG TILMANS: AR

(language experiences orgasm upon touching itself) : Roland Barthes(language experiences orgasm upon touching itself) : Roland Barthes

“Language is a skin: I rub my language against the other. It is as if I had words instead of fingers, or fingers at the tip of my words. My language trembles with desire.

In Memory Of The Great Harun Farocki :1944-2014

A face-to-face between an image already made and a figurative project devoted to observing it.A face-to-face between an image already made and a figurative project devoted to observing it.

From an early stage, Farocki placed confrontation at the centre of his approach, not the confrontation between a small, single body and the great movement of collective history,

Current Viewing:Wu Tsang : A Day In The Life Of Bliss: Isabella Bortolozzi ( Berlin ) : Until July 31

A “near future” world in which our social media avatars and online personas developed their own hive-minded consciousnessA “near future” world in which our social media avatars and online personas developed their own hive-minded consciousness

For Berlin Gallery Weekend 2014, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi will present a solo presentation of the Los Angeles based artist Wu Tsang.

Eagerly Anticipating: Yearbook: Ryan McGinley: Team Gallery (NYC) : Sept 7th 2014

"I never ask for permission. Ever. But when you take a risk, there can be consequences.""I never ask for permission. Ever. But when you take a risk, there can be consequences."

"In the beginning, all the stuff was documentary, but after a while, I got bored with waiting for things to happen — for someone to light a Christmas tree on fire or take their clothes off and make love."
–Ryan McGinley

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