Art events for September, 2011

CAC, Vilnius: The Comb of sound

"The Comb of Sound" by Andrius Rugys at the CAC Reading Room 2011.IX.27- X.07 "The Comb of Sound" is a live museum of sounds (noises of cities, murmurs of nature, vibrations of earth, human stories etx.), that have been recorded by the artist Andrius Rugys in the course of ten years. "The Comb of Sound" […]

Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb: Images with Their Own Shadows

Richter Collection Exhibition – David Maljković: Images with Their Own Shadows September 15th to October 29th 2011 David Maljković (born in Rijeka, 1973), one of the most acknowledged Croatian media artists on the international scene, has accepted the Richter Collection invitation to present his project referring to the body of work of Vjenceslav Richter, architect […]

SUNDAY art fair is back in London 13-16 October 2011

Returning after a successful debut in 2010, SUNDAY art fair will be held for the second time in London this October. Taking place at the Ambika P3 space on Marylebone Road from 13th to 16th October, SUNDAY is a gallery-led art fair showing a selection of 20 young international galleries, exhibiting work by artists at […]

Moscow International Biennale for Young Art

Soeren Siebel, Clapping, 2009. Cotton, rice starch, ballons, helium gas, strings. III Moscow International Biennale for Young Art "Qui Vive?" 10 July–12 August 2012 Main Locations: Central House of Artists (CHA) –10 July–10 August 2012 National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA) – 11 July–12 August 2012 Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMoMA) – 11 July–12 […]

Dirimart Gallery, Istanbul: Two Erasing Principles

Sarah Morris, SM Outlined, (Initials) 2011. Household gloss paint on canvas, 214 x 214 cm. Sarah Morris' First Show In Turkey, Two Erasing Principles and Chicago 14 September–22 October 2011     Sarah Morris has won worldwide acclaim for her panoramic portraits of American metropolises, which were given new form through both her films and paintings […]

Nika Oblak & Primoz Novak: Sisyphus Actions

Nika Oblak & Primoz Novak have been working as an artist's cooperative since 2002. They studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Nika Oblak graduated in painting, in 2002, and received her M.F.A. in video, in 2005. Primoz Novak graduated in sculpture, in 2002, and received his M.F.A. in sculpture, in 2006. […]

International weekend: Milan Hrnjazović

Dörnroschen, oil on canvas 110x75cm She&She, oil on canvas 80x110cm Family, oil on canvas 100x150cm Couple, oil on canvas 100x150cm Nude, oil on canvas 110x75cm Recommended by Adriana C.   Milan  Hrnjazović Born : 1982. in Valjevo, Serbia Education:  2006. graduated at The Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia. Selected  exhibitions: 2011. Berliner Liste, Berlin, […]

Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb: Point Zero Landscape

Ivan Ladislav Galeta: Point Zero Landscape Sept. 23rd – Nov. 17th, 2011 The Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb begins its autumn part of the program with an encompassing presentation of the oeuvre of Ivan Ladislav Galeta, one of the most important Middle-European media artists today. Lecture, KIC Zagreb, Foto Velizar Vesović The first large retrospective […]

Foundation Kuenstlerdorf Schoeppingen: Projekt “freiRaum”

“freiRaum” projects for „Ab in die Mitte 2012 – Setting off for the center of the city” Aim of is to inform a broad audience of creative people fast and easy about starting projects. We would like to stress that it is – above all – an offer and and a look at possible […]

Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana: Refuge

Erik Ruin, Away, 2010. Exhibition for the winner of the Grand Prize of the 29th Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana: Justseeds Artists' Cooperative, Refuge 22 September–20 November 2011 Opening: Thursday, 22 September at 9 pm Alkatraz Gallery Metelkova City Masarykova ulica 24 Ljubljana, Slovenia Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Admission is free. […]


Titel of the exhibition: ÉLETMÉRLEG / LIFESCALE Artist: MAYER Éva Opening: 2011. szeptember 29-én, csütörtökön 18 órakor / 29 September 2011, Thursday at 6 p.m. Opened by: USZKAY Tekla, művészettörténész / art historian At the opening József Mayer is performing Ditterdorf’s Concerto for Contrabass No.2 in D major. On show until 18 November 2011, from […]

Färgfabriken, Stockholm: I Will Never Talk About the War Again

September 17 – November 19, 2011 The show is part of Färgfabriken’s global project Psychosis. Artists: Marina Abramović, Lana Čmajčanin, Chto Delat?, Igor Grubić, Živko Grozdanić Gera, Adela Jušić, Nikolay Oleynikov, Shadow Museum, Alma Suljević, Jaroslav Supek Curator: Vladan Jeremić I Will Never Talk About the War Again* relates the condition of society with personal […]

NGBK, Berlin: Spaceship Yugoslavia – The Suspension of Time

Raumschiff Jugoslawien © Marko Krojač (Marc Schneider) 24 September – 30 Octomber 2011 Opening: 23 September 19h Spaceship Yugoslavia–The Suspension of Time seeks to investigate the treatment of (post-) yugoslav history from a contemporary perspective. The exhibition presents artistic projects as well as theoretical positions that highlight political and socio-economic aspects of the post-Yugoslav reality. […]

FUTURA, Prague: Ciprian Muresan and Tomáš Svoboda

Opening: September 19th, 6pm                                                                                                                The exhibition runs until November 20, 2011 The point of departure for the exhibition of Rumanian artist Ciprian Muresan and Czech post-structuralist author Tomáš Svoboda becomes the subject of appropriation, the gradual change of a work through time, and most importantly the many conceptual shifts that lead to the construction of […]

International weekend: Damla Özdemir

  Since childhood I have used all my strength and ability to properly express myself in various ways. I wrote, drew, chose silence, touched, cut, sewed and combined; I always expressed myself. This was a natural way for me to get things out of my system, out of my mind. Others called it creation whereas […]

Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague: CONTROVERSIES

CONTROVERSIES – A LEGAL AND ETHICAL HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY Exhibition curators Daniel Girardin (senior curator of the Musée de l’Elysée), Christian Pirker (attorney, Member of the Geneva Bar) Associate curator Petr Nedoma (director of Galerie Rudolfinum) The exhibition organized by Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne. INTRODUCTION Since its invention in 1839, photography has provoked numerous controversies […]

International weekend: Jan Fabián

Good Times Are Over Jan Fabián, 2008 (DVD projection, duration 9:20 min.) This performance, which I realized in September 2008 in Prague (Pankrac) is about a paradox of influences happening in urban public environment. I wanted to point processes, which I could call generally as a real „conditions to survive“. I paraphrased mainly automatized processes from our […]

Kunsthaus Graz: The World of Gimel. How to Make Objects Talk

Antje Majewski, The Guardian Of All Things That Are The Case Duration: 01.10.2011–15.01.2012 Curators: Adam Budak, Antje Majewski The alchemy of things is at the core of a multimedial project by the German artist, Antje Majewski (*1968) which aims at rethinking the representation and meaning of objects in the form of a highly personal and […]

Rampa Istanbul: Alterity

Ergin Çavuşoğlu, Crystal & Flame, 2010. Production still. © Ergin Çavuşoğlu. Courtesy of the Artist, Rampa, İstanbul and Film and Video Umbrella, London Ergin Çavuşoğlu Alterity 12 September–5 November 2011 Rampa Şair Nedim Caddesi No: 21a 34357 Akaretler, Beşiktas İstanbul, Turkey A conversation on Alterity: Ergin Çavuşoğlu and Teresa Gleadowe Saturday, 17 September 2011, […]

Art Paris Art Fair

Grand Palais March 29–April 1, 2012 Preview: March 28, 6–10pm     Art Paris Art Fair, the Springtime fair for Modern and Contemporary Art in Paris From March 29th to April 1st, 2012, Art Paris Art Fair brings together 125 international galleries and editors under the majestic glass dome of the Grand Palais. The 2012 […]

Berenike Wasserthal – Zuccari, Austria

Petz Girls   The subject of the Petz- Girl had been a tempting object for a long period of time. The Petz- Company has started their buissines in the early 50 ths in Austria as a small candy-bussiness, as one of the first comapanies after war The post war period was charactersised by hunger and materialistic needs. Slowly […]

Gallery Zilberman, Istanbul: Ping Pong

Adel Abidin, Ping Pong, 2009. curated by Basak Senova 15 September–15 October 2011 Opening: 14 September 2011, Wednesday 6:30 pm Gallery Zilberman presents the exhibition titled Ping-Pong by Iraqi-Finnish artist Adel Abidin, whose work revolves around the reflections of the political and social issues in a distinctive visual language. The exhibition is curated by Basak […]

Alkatraz Gallery, Ljubljana: Re-made

The opening of Viktor Bernik's exhibition ˝Re-made˝in the Alkatraz Gallery Viktor Bernik / Re-made 02 September 2011 > 16 September 2011 Re-Made can be allocated amongst those works of Viktor Bernik where the content and the form are fundamentally linked to the sites in or for which they are created. The space the work-event is […]

Gallery Artepari contemporary, Graz: Ironmongery

Markus Wilfling, self-portrait, 2011, Aluminium 65,5 x 56 x 3 cm, cutout next solo exhibition Markus Wilfling "eisen_handlungen" Duration of the exhibition: 21 September – 11 November 2011 For further questions please contact the gallery Gallery Artepari, contemporary, Peter-Tunner-Gasse 60, 8020 Graz, Austria Opening hours Monday – Friday 2pm – 5pm and by appointment Tel. […]

Anna Huláčová, Czech Republic

Her precies sculpture always take over spacial circumstances. She reflect culture anytime and anywhere- spontaneously with poetic and sarcasm. Recommended by Petr Valer