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Listen to Art+Culture Projects CEO, Chris Vroom, in conversation with Maria Elena Ortiz, Assistant Curator at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) discussing the new PAMM and issues around identity and black culture in the context of diasporic experience as highlighted in Ortiz’s current exhibition of Firelei Báez’s work. Wednesday, December 2 1 – 1:30pm … Continue reading Art+Culture Projects on Untitled Radio
Read Casey Jane Ellison’s interview with Hannah Ghorashi in ARTnews.
Scott King Anish and Antony Take Afganistan November 17 – December 13 Herald St, London
New York, I Love You, But… November 5, 2015 – January 26, 2016 The Gallatin Galleries, 1 Washington Place, New York Artists: Khalik Allah Annie Berman Sophie Blackall Margaret Chandler Nathan Fitch Brian Foo Joy Garnett Suzanne Goldenberg Nina Katchadourian Paul McDonough Lawrence Mesich Ron Milewicz Amy Park Maddalena Polletta Casey Ruble Ken Schles Terreform … Continue reading Nina Katchadourian at The Gallatin Galleries
Read the full article about Casey Jane Ellison in Nylon and watch the series here. “Casey Jane Ellison is something of an Internet superstar. Her work with VFILES captured the life and times of the Tumblr generation before the phrase “Tumblr generation” even existed. Her commentary on youth and its consumption of culture is tongue-in-cheek, … Continue reading Casey Jane Ellison in Nylon
Scott King, Marxist Disco (Cancelled), 2015. All images courtesy of Edwin Pickstone.
Tony Tasset, Cup Face, 2014 All photos courtesy of Ceramica Suro in Mexico.
Harland Miller, I’ll Never Forget What I Can’t Remember, 2015 All photos courtesy of K2 Screen in London.
LIAM GILLICK The Thought Style Meets the Thought Collective October 12 – November 22, 2015 From Wallpaper: Disruptive art: Liam Gillick explores collective tensions at Maureen Paley, by Emma Hopkinson
Read Casey Jane Ellison’s interview with Brienne Walsh in full in BOMB magazine.
Ugo Rondinone: I Love John Giorno is the first retrospective devoted to John Giorno, a poetry icon of America’s counterculture since the 1960s. Artists include: Anne Collier, Angela Bulloch, Verne Dawson, Judith Eisler, John Giorno, Mark Handforth, Matthew Higgs, Pierre Huyghe, Francoise Janicot, Scott King, Elizabeth Peyton, Michael Stipe, Ugo Rondinone, Erik Satie, Billy Sullivan, Rirkrit Tiravanija, … Continue reading Scott King at Palais de Tokyo
Harland Miller’s work will be displayed for the first time in Spain at the Palacio Quintanar in Segovia during the Hay Festival. The exhibition is titled In Dreams Begin Monsters, which is also the name of one of the large scale works in the exhibition – an oil painting from Miller’s black and gold series which is … Continue reading Harland Miller at the Segovia Hay Festival
This is the first in a series of letters Liam Gillick will write as his contribution for the 6th Moscow Biennale. Originally published on the Moscow Biennale website: As the ghost of the Moscow Biennial Liam Gillick will be present from afar. His contribution may become perceivable as a response to a keynote, or via other channels … Continue reading Liam Gillick’s ‘Letter from Moscow’, September 21
Art+Culture Projects presents Anything for a Laugh: Humor in Contemporary Art at EXPO CHICAGO 2015. Photo Credit: RCH | EKH
Scott Reeder currently has a show at Kavi Gupta Gallery in Chicago, open through October 24.
Tony Tasset’s Cup Face selected as a top pick in Artspace’s EXPO CHICAGO preview.
Art+Culture Projects is delighted to announce their launch with nine new artist commissions and participation in EXPO CHICAGO 2015 September 17-20, 2015. For EXPO CHICAGO 2015, Art+Culture Projects has collaborated with RISD Museum curator Dominic Molon to put together a series of commissions on the subject of humor in contemporary art. The artists are Stephanie Brooks, Alejandro … Continue reading EXPO CHICAGO 2015
The works for this exhibition range from works that address serious concerns with humorous affect to others whose intent is more purely comedic. Together, they provide an intriguing snapshot of the manner in which comic strategies manifest themselves in contemporary art.
Dominic Molon is the current Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art at the RISD Museum of Art, located on the Rhode Island School of Design campus in Providence, Rhode Island.