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December 12 2012

Art Openings Beijing November 2012

Chambers Fine Art presents ‘Like Moths to a Flame: Recent works by Ye Nan’, a solo exhibition of painting and performance, where Ye Nan (Hangzhou, 1984) combines his creative process with the principle of moths flying into flames, as if to signify some sort of inner connection between his work and the spirit of the moths. He covers the canvas surface with red phosphorous, turning the canvas into a large matchbox striker. Then, he strikes matches on the canvas like magical paintbrushes, creating light and energy in the dark.

‘Chi Ming – JS Tan: Testing Freedom’s Temperature’ at Atkins & Ai Gallery, displays the works by Chi Ming (Yan Tai, 1984) and JS Tan (Hong Kong, 1986) curated by Nikolaus Ellrodt. Both artists, associated with their country’s leading art professors and two of the world’s finest art colleges, CAFA in Beijing and Rhode Island School of Design in USA, explore processes of freedom and liberty through their artistic expression, the power of choice and self-determination. Placing their works side-by-side, it is interesting to witness the sensual quality of Tan’s ink and charcoal works, full of discipline and unambiguity, together with the hot-headed Chi Ming’s oil paintings, captive of his desires and intimate scenarios.

Art Openings Beijing 北京 November 2012, November 16/17, 2012. Video by Diana Coca.

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December 11 2012

Art Basel Miami Beach 2012 Art Public Opening Night

Art Basel Miami Beach’s Art Public sector presents sculpture, installation and performance in Collins Park in Miami Beach. The artists participating in the 2012 edition of the project are Pierre Ardouvin, Alice Aycock, Lourival Cuquinha, José Davila, Mark Hagen, David Keating, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Teresa Margolles, Dave McKenzie, Raul Mourão, Iván Navarro and Courtney Smith, Ruben Ochoa, Adam Pendleton, Jaume Plensa, Randy Polumbo, Ry Rocklen, Ugo Rondinone, Gary Simmons, Miguel Andrade Valdez. Art Basel Miami Beach 2012 Art Public was curated by Christine Y. Kim.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2012 Art Public, Collins Park, Miami Beach. Opening Night, December 5, 2012.

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December 10 2012

Art Miami 2012

Although Art Basel Miami Beach is the famous art fair now and already in its 11th year, another art fair, Art Miami, is the longest-running contemporary art fair in Miami. This year, Art Miami celebrated its 23rd Edition and showcased modern and contemporary art from more than 125 international art galleries. Coinciding with Art Miami is Context, Art Miami’s cutting-edge, contemporary art fair that featured a curated group of 50 galleries representing emerging and mid-career artists. In case you missed it, here’s a tour of both fairs.

Art Miami / Context Art Miami. December 7, 2012.

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December 09 2012

Fountain Art Fair Miami 2012

Perhaps the most alternative of the alternative art fairs that take place during Art Basel Miami Beach 2012: Fountain Miami 2012 art fair – a walkthrough. Among the exhibitors and artists are Amanda Hudson Photography, Creamhotel, Erin Ko, Davis Art Services, Evo Love, Front Room Gallery, Gallery Den, Hec One Love, Kaboose Gallery, Leo Kesting Gallery, Leslie Lyons and JB Wilson, Levan Mindiashvili, Living Walls, Orlando Arocena, Republic Worldwide, The Marketplace Gallery, and many others.

Fountain Art Fair Miami 2012. December 7, 2012.

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December 08 2012

NADA Miami Beach 2012

This is a walkthrough of NADA art fair Miami Beach 2012 on the occasion of the press preview on December 6, 2012. NADA Miami Beach is held in parallel with Art Basel Miami Beach at the Deauville Beach Resort. It is recognized as an alternative to the established fair, presenting art galleries dealing with emerging Contemporary Art.

The next NADA will be held in Cologne, Germany in collaboration with Art Cologne in April 2013. NADA Cologne opens to the public April 19-22, 2013

NADA Miami Beach 2012, press preview, December 6, 2012.

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December 07 2012

Bill Viola: Liber Insularum / Museum of Contemporary Art MOCA, North Miami

In this video we attend the MOCA & Vanity Fair / Vanity Fair International Party and opening of the exhibition Bill Viola: Liber Insularum at the Museum of Contemporary Art MOCA in North Miami. Bill Viola: Liber Insularum is inspired by The Book Of The Islands Of The Archipelago, authored by the Florentine ecclesiastic Cristoforo Buondelmonti in the 15th Century. The works in the exhibition use this historic text as a reference point to engage with distinctly modern themes of spiritual isolation in a 21st-century global landscape. The exhibition is curated by Roc Laseca.

Bill Viola: Liber Insularum. MOCA & Vanity Fair / Vanity Fair International Party and opening, Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, December 4, 2012.

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December 06 2012

Art Basel Miami Beach 2012

It’s Art Basel time again in Miami, this year for the 11th time already. More than 260 leading galleries from all over the world take part in the art fair. They are showcasing works by more than 2,000 artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. This year, Art Basel Miami Beach presents works by artists such as Christian Marclay, Jon Pylypchuk, Peter Rogiers, Chiachio & Giannone, Yayoi Kusama, Vito Acconci, Yinka Shonibare, MBE, Stirling Ruby, Darren Almond, Takashi Murakami, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Wim Delvoye, and many others. This video provides you with a walkthrough of the fair during the “First Choice” preview.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2012. “First Choice”, December 5, 2012.

PS: Coming soon: Interviews with Jon Kessler and Alexander S. C. Rower.

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December 05 2012

Design Miami 2012

This video provides you with a walkthrough of the design fair Design Miami in Miami Beach on the occasion of the Preview event on December 4, 2012. The participating design galleries come from all over the world, presenting 20th and 21st century furniture, lighting and objets d’art. Pablo Reinoso, Robert Stadler, Ron Arad, Zaha Hadid, Gerrit Th. Rietveld, Maarten De Ceulaer, Pieke Bergmans, and many others.

Design Miami 2012. Preview, December 4, 2012.

Coming soon: Interview with Swedish design studio Front, who talk about their Surface Tension Lamp at the booth of Booo in the Design On/Site section of the fair.

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December 04 2012

Untitled International Contemporary Art Fair Miami Beach 2012

It’s Art Basel Miami Beach time again, and the first of all the fairs that seek to attract collectors from all over the world is Untitled. Untitled International Contemporary Art Fair is a curatorial fair that presents national and international galleries and special projects. VernissageTV attended the Vernissage on Monday evening and had a look at what the fair has to offer. We also had the opportunity to speak with the artistic director of Untitled, Omar Lopez-Chahoud, who provides us with a short introduction to the fair. The fair is located directly on the beach in the heart of South Beach at 12th Street and Ocean Drive. Participating galleries include Marc Straus, ADA Gallery, Andrew Rafacz, (Art) Amalgamated, Federico Luger, Ganzales y Gonzales, The Hole, and Georgia Scherman Projects. Untitled presents works by artists such as Pae White, George Kuchar, Jennifer Marman & Daniel Borins, Georgia Sagri, Diango Hernandez, Jota Castro, Holton Rower, and Ian Hughes.

Untitled International Contemporary Art Fair Miami Beach 2012. Vernissage, December 3, 2012.

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December 03 2012

Ohad Meromi: The Working Day / Gallery Diet, Miami

Gallery Diet in Miami’s Wynwood Art District just opened two exhibitions that run concurrently until December 31, 2012: Khasma-izm, a group show organized by Nicolas Lobo, and The Working Day, a solo show with new works by Ohad Meromi. This video provides you with at walkthrough of Meromi’s exhibition on the occasion of the opening reception. Ohad Meromi’s exhibition features geometric and figurative sculptures that form a space-filling installation. In The Working Day, Ohad Meromi deals with the relationship between architecture/installation and the figurative. He explains:

“Grouping a number of figurative works in the gallery space – each treated as a freestanding piece, but thought of together as The Gravediggers – I seek to address issues of class and the distinctions made between the individual and the collective.”

Ohad Meromi was born in 1976 in Israel. He holds an MFA from Columbia University. He has had solo exhibitions at Harris Lieberman, Art in General, Country Club, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, and the israel Museum in Jerusalem. Ohad Meromi currently lives and works in New York.

Ohad Meromi: The Working Day / Gallery Diet, Miami. Opening reception, November 30, 2012.

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November 30 2012

Art Openings Beijing 北京 October 2012, part 2

In 798 Art Zone 798艺术区, Long March Space 长征空间 presents ‘Form of the Formless’ a solo show by Zhan Wang 展望, one of the most important contemporary multimedia artists in China today. His practice in sculpture challenges the conventional ideas about time and space, breaking with conventional perspectives on distance, perspectives and proportions of microscopic substances. In this project the artist investigates the form and formless properties of materials in their actual configuration in relation to the surrounding space.

Christie’s auctions, the worlds leading in art business, are touring to nine cities in Asia this autumn 2012. In the Beijing previews are included works of art by Asian contemporary and modern masters as Sanyu, Zao Wou-Ki and Zhou Chunya between others. Also is a selection of important Chinese ceramics, jewellery and rare collectible watches from leading makers as Audemars Piguet and Patek Philippe.

Faurschou Foundation shows Louise Bourgeois first retrospective in China ‘Alone and Together’, curated by Jerry Gorovoy. The selection of works reveals central themes of Bourgeois autobiographical art, as the unconscious, anxiety, pain and pleasure, but also the paradoxes of the self, struggling between the loneliness and the necessity to connect with others.
Jerry Gorovoy was Louise Bourgeois assistant for more than 30 years. He is a profound expert of her work. In September 2011, VernissageTV recorded a conversation with Dr. Ulf Küster, the curator of the exhibition Louise Bourgeois: À L’Infini at Fondation Beyeler in which Jerry Gorovoy talks about the different aspects of Louise Bourgeois’ work and his personal experiences with the artist: Louise Bourgeois: À L’Infini. Artist Talk with Jerry Gorovoy at Fondation Beyeler. Click here to watch more videos on Louise Bourgeois.

In Caochangdi Art District, C-Space displays the self titled exhibition of Woody Van Amen, facing the culture of East and West in modern times. Also the space shows ‘You and Me’, a collective exhibition about love and trying to make something work, with artists as Robbin Heyker, Chen Xinpeng, Gao Feng and Zhang Zhaohong. And Matthias Küper Galleries Beijing presents ‘Draftsmanship’ with Cai Dongdong, curated by Kang Xueru, a show on photography and installation, questioning the traditional art display in a gallery space.

Art Openings Beijing 北京 October 2012, part 2, October 27, 2012. Video by Diana Coca.

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November 29 2012

Robert Walser – Der Spaziergang (The Walk) / Galerie Zink, Berlin

The common theme of the current group exhibition at Galerie Zink in Berlin is Swiss writer Robert Walser’s novel Der Spaziergang (The Walk). The artists Euan Macdonald, Marcel van Eeden, Jana Gunstheimer und Natalie Czech have created works that deal with Walser’s work and person. In this video, gallerist Michael Zink talks about the concept of the exhibition and the works on display. The exhibition runs until January 5, 2012.

Robert Walser – Der Spaziergang. Group exhibition at Galerie Zink, Berlin (Germany). Opening reception and introduction by Michael Zink, November23, 2012. Video by Frantisek Zachoval.

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November 28 2012

L.E.A. Laboratorio de Experimentación Artística at Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires

In addition to Franz Ackermann’s solo show, Faena Arts Center in Buenos Aires currently presents L.E.A., Laboratorio de Experimentación Artística. L.E.A. is a project that seeks to explore the work potential of each of the participating artists in the production of individual or collective works. The laboratory has been created to support the creative development of artists and researchers through scholarship programs and residences.

Participating artists are Nicanor Araoz, Ernesto Ballesteros, Julián d’Angiolillo, Irina Kirchuk, Valentina Liernur, Lucrecia Lionti, Adrie Minoliti, Dudú Quintanilha, Luís Terán.

L.E.A. Laboratorio de Experimentación Artística at Sala Catedral, Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires (Argentina). November 9, 2012. Video by Roberto Rey, Milos Deretich, Luciana Zothner, Ángel Sánchez.

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November 27 2012

It Isn’t Important, It’s Only Art… at Arsenal Gallery, Białystok, Poland

The exhibition It Isn’t Important, It’s Only Art… at Arsenal Gallery in Białystok, Poland, presents works from the collection of Arsenal Gallery and Podlaskie Association for the Promotion of Fine Arts. The collection consists mainly of works by Polish artists and artists from other Eastern European countries. In this video, the curator of the show, Monika Szewczyk, talks about the concept of the exhibition, the works on display, and the history and development of contemporary art in Poland and Eastern Europe.

It Isn’t Important, It’s Only Art… at Arsenal Gallery in Białystok, Poland, presents works by the artists Azorro, B.Badalov, R.Bujnowski, V.Bukovec, O.Dawicki, D.Diao, P.Dziemian, J.Ferri, I.Gustowska, E.Jabłońska, Z.Janin, A.Kakhidze, K.Kozyra, M.Kurak, N.Leto, Z.Libera, Magisters, M.Maciejowski, J.Malinowska, A.Molska, T.Mróz, E.Partum, L.Pawela, A.Polska, J.Rajkowska, R.E.P., Sędzia Główny, M.Sobczyk, P.Susid, Twożywo, J.Wójcik, K.Zdunek

It Isn’t Important, It’s Only Art… at Arsenal Gallery, Białystok, Poland. September 21, 2012. Video by Ania Ejsmont, Jakub Gryzowski.

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November 26 2012

Footnotes on Candida Höfer at OMR Gallery, Mexico City

The exhibition Footnotes on Candida Höfer at OMR Gallery, Mexico City, presents artworks by Höfer, Jose Dávila, Jorge Méndez Blake, Theo Michael, Daniel Silver and Erwin Wurm. The group show takes Candida Höfer’s photogaphies and puts them in dialogue with the work of different contemporary artists and antiques to generate an experimantal curatorial discourse. Candida Höfer’s photos that have been chosen for this show focus on cultural spaces, such as libraries, museums, and inhabited theaters.

Candida Höfer was born in 1944 in Eberswalde, Germany. She studied film under Ole John and photography under Bernd Becher. Her work is known for technical perfection and a strictly conceptual approach. Candida Höfer has had major solo exhibitions, including Kunsthalle Basel, Portikus Frankfurt, Musée du Louvre, Paris, and Norton Museum of Art. She took part in Documenta 11 in Kassel in 2002, and represented Germany at the Venice Biennale in 2003 together with Martin Kippenberger. She lives and works in Cologne, Germany.

Footnotes on Candida Höfer at OMR Gallery, Mexico City. Opening reception, November 10, 2012. Video by Jacinto Astiazarán.

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November 23 2012

Keith Farquhar: Abstract Printings at New Jerseyy, Basel

Abstract Printings is a solo show at the art space New Jerseyy in Basel, Switzerland that presents works by the artist Keith Farquhar. On display are appropriated paintings by Morris Louis and Christopher Wool, motifs printed on birch ply and corrugated galvanized steel. At the opening reception, the works were accompanied by the piece Cycling Shorts, a human scupture or painting wearing just a t-shirt and (bodypaint) trainers.

Regarding the appropriation of artworks Keith Farquhar explains in his conversation with Mathis Altmann:

“I’m a great admirer of both the Louis and Wool works, yet their iconic status doesn’t stop me from treating them with irreverence; cannibalizing their graven image to make anew.”

(the complete interview is available on New Jerseyy’s website).

Keith Farquhar studied at Edinburgh College of Art and Goldsmiths College in London. After graduating, he ran Deutsche Britische Freundschaft with Thomas Helig and later Luke Gottelier. He currently teaches at Edinburgh College of Art.

Keith Farquhar: Abstract Printings at New Jerseyy, Basel. Opening reception, November 8, 2012.

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November 21 2012

Franz Ackermann at Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires

German artist Franz Ackermann’s most recent work is a 2800 square feet site-specific work. The piece that he created for the Molinos Room of Faena Arts Center in Buenos Aires consists of 20 panels of painted wood. It’s Franz Ackermann’s biggest mural ever. For this artwork, Ackermann spent several weeks in Buenos Aires to get to know the city, photographing it, and conceiving the piece.

Franz Ackermann was born in Neumarkt St. Veit, Germany, in 1963. He studied art at the Akademie er Bildenden Kunste in Munich and Hochschule für Bildende Kunst in Hamburg. To create his works, he uses photographs and sketches. Traveling is one of the fundamental parts of his work. He creates mental maps, which then are transformed into compositions of color and form. He has had solo exhibitions at Kunstmuseum Bonn, Irish Museum of Modern Art, National Museum Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago, among others. His works can be found in important collections such as Daimler Contemporary Berlin and Inho- tim Center of Contemporary Art, Minas Gerais.

Franz Ackermann: Walking South at Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires. Opening reception, November 9, 2012. Video by Roberto Rey, Milos Deretich, Luciana Zothner, and Ángel Sánchez.

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November 19 2012

Visions of Modernity. Final Exhibition at Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin

With the exhibition Visions of Modernity, Impressionist and Modern Collections from the Guggenheim Foundation, the collaboration between the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Deutsche Bank in Berlin comes to an end. Deutsche Bank will continue presenting art at it’s space at Unter den Linden under the name Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, but the Deutsche Guggenheim will soon be history. To celebrate the 15 year long cooperation, the last exhibition brings together highlights of the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, and thus honors the museum’s founders Solomon R. Guggenheim and Hilla Rebay, the collectors Katherine S. Dreier and Peggy Guggenheim, and the gallerists Karl Nierendorf and Justin K. Thannhauser.

Visions of Modernity presents highlights from the individual compilations of these six collectors, ranging from the Cubist paintings of Picasso and Gris and abstractions by Kandinsky, Schwitters, and Mondrian to Modigliani’s nudes and Calder’s mobiles. Among the works on display are Pablo Picasso’s Carafon, pot et compotier (1909); Franz Marc’s Stables (1913), Wassily Kandinsky’s Painting with White Border (1913); Robert Delaunay’s Les Fenètres simultanées 1912); Constantin Brancusi’s La jeune fille française (ca. 1914-18), Amedeo Modigliani’s Nu (1917); and an untitled sculpture by Alexander Calder from 1942. Visions of Modernity runs until February 17, 2013.

The show is organized by Megan Fontanella, Assistant Curator, Collections and Provenance, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Visions of Modernity is the first show that she curated on her own. In this video, we take a tour of the exhibition at the press preview and the opening reception, and Megan Fontanella talks about the concept of the show, the highlights, and her favorite works.

Visions of Modernity: Impressionism and Modernism from the Collections of the Guggenheim Foundation. Final Exhibition at Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin. Press preview and opening reception, November 15, 2012.

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Deutsche Bank’s own exhibition gallery, Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, is scheduled to open in April 2013 with a solo exhibition by the Deutsche Bank “Artist of the Year” 2013, Imran Qureshi. Imran Qureshi is the fourth artist honored by the bank in this way, and follows Wangechi Mutu (Kenya), Yto Barrada (France and Morocco) and Roman Ondák (Slovakia).

In addition to the solo exhibition featuring work by the current “Artist of the Year”, the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle will show regular exhibitions of works from the Deutsche Bank Collection. Cooperative projects with international partner museums and Berlin cultural institutions will also be part of the program.

“With our new Kunsthalle we want to take another step forward and offer more young talents an institutional platform. At the same time, we want to close a gap by exhibiting young art from Berlin in the place where it is being created faster than state institutions,”

says Stefan Krause, the Deutsche Bank Management Board member who will assume responsibility for the bank’s worldwide art activities.

November 18 2012

MDW Fair Chicago 2012

The MDW Fair in Chicago was formed in spring 2011 as a collaborative project between the Public Media Institute, Document, Roots & Culture and threewalls. The MDW art fair is a showcase for independent art initiatives, spaces, galleries and artist groups. It aims to highlight artist-run activities and experimental culture locally, nationally and internationally. MDW Chicago features more than 75 exhibitors, publishers and performers. The third iteration of MDW is an expanded edition, bringing together artist-run spaces, publishers, and programmers from across the country demonstrating the diversity, strength and vision of the people/places making it happen in the independent arts ecology. The MDW Fair took place November 9-11th, 2012 at the Mana Contemporary Chicago.

MDW Fair Chicago 2012. Opening Party, November 9,2012. Video by Francisco Cordero-Oceguera.

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November 16 2012

Karin Sander: h = 400 cm / Esther Schipper, Berlin / Interview

For her first solo exhibition at Esther Schipper Gallery in Berlin, German artist Karin Sander chose to radically transform the gallery space. Entitled “h = 400 cm”, the exhibition plays with the architecture of the space and allows the viewer to experience it in a new way. Karin Sander transforms the space back into its former state by extracting the vertical planes and laying them on the floor. In the second gallery space, Karin Sander adds a rug that has specially been made for the space, showing the invisible lines and measurements of the gallery’s floor plan. In this video, Karin Sander talks about the concept of the exhibition. The show runs until December 22, 2012.

Karin Sander was born in Bensberg (Germany) in 1957. The artist lives and works in Berlin and Zurich. Karin Sander studied art and art history at the Kunstakademie Stuttgart and at the I.S.P., Independent Study / Studio Program, I.S.P. Whitney Museum, New York. Her solo exhibitions include: Kernbohrungen, nbk, Berlin (2011); Gebrauchsbilder und Andere, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen; (2010); Zeigen. Eine Audio-Tour durch Berlin, Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin (2009), 1:9, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Deutschland (2002). She took part in various group shows, including: Neuen Museum Weserburg, Bremen (2011); Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; 9th Sharjah Biennale, UAE (2009); Museum of Modern Art, New York (2007); Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (2006); Skulptur. Projekten Münster (1997). Karin Sander holds a professorship at ETH (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule / Department of Architecture) Zurich.

Karin Sander: h = 400 cm at Esther Schipper, Berlin (Germany). Interview with Karin Sander, November 2, 2012. Video by Frantisek Zachoval.

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