JOHANNES PETRUS LEHNER – neu im Sales Point


Der Salzburger Künstler Johannes Petrus Lehner bietet im Sales Point der BIENNALE AUSTRIA Mitglieder Arbeiten aus den Serien „SEEROSEN“ und „PORTRAITS“ an. 

Johannes Petrus Lehner ist Absolvent der Leonardo Kunstakademie Mattsee – Kunststudium Bildnerische Gestaltung – Malerei und Grafik bei Prof. Hannes Baier, Absolvent der Leonardo Meisterklasse bei Prof. Hannes Baier, Absolvent der Klasse Malerei bei Prof. DDr. Markus Lüpertz, Akademie Bad Reichenhall, Absolvent der Klasse Malerei bei Xenia Hausner und Prof. Christian Ludwig Attersee, Akademie Traunkirchen, Absolvent der Klasse Malerei bei Irina Nakhova, Internationale Sommerakademie Salzburg.

Johannes Petrus Lehner, SEEROSEN I, 45,5 x 35,5 cm, Öl auf Leinen, 2009

Zum Sales Point von Johannes Petrus Lehner

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NICOLA QUICI – Künstlergespräch 16. Juli 2017 – Haus Salmegg


Die Galerie Haus Salmegg in Rheinfelden lädt zum Künstlergespräch am Sonntag, 16. Juli 2017 mit Nicola Quici während der Ausstellung des Rheinfelder Künstlers mit italienischen Wurzeln. 

NICOLA QUICI – NEUER FUTURISMUS

Galerie Haus Salmegg

Rheinbrückstrasse 8

D-79618 Rheinfelden 

Künstlergespräch: 16. Juli von 14:30 – 16:00 Uhr

Ausstellungsdauer bis 6. August 2017

Nicola Quici, The dance of hope, 150 x 200, Diptychon, Öl auf Leinen, 2015

Deadline to join Celeste Prize extended to 18th July 2017


Celeste Prize 2017 is delighted to announce the dates for applications:

Applications open until 18th July

The internationally celebrated Celeste Prize for emerging and mid-career artists, is taking its ninth edition with acclaimed writer and curator of London’s Art Night Fatos Ustek, as chief juror to lead this year’s super-jury of international curators and art-critics: George Clark, independet curator; Ovul Durmusoglu, independent curator; Rozsa Zita Farkas, Arcadia Missa; Attilia Fattori Franchini, independent curator; Anna Gritz, Kunst Werke Berlin; Nav Haq, Muhka; Harriet Loffler, Norwich Castle Museum; Louise O’Kelly, BlockUniverse; Ilaria Puri Purini, Contemporary Art Society; Filipa Ramos, Art Agenda, Vdrome; Emiliano Valdes, Museum of Modern Art Medellin; Ben Vickers, Serpentine Gallery.

The total awards sum of 23,000 € will be given to 6 artists who will be selected in each of the six prize categories: Project, Painting, Photography, Video, Installation and Performance and Super-young (for artists under 26). The 53 finalists and award winners, will have the chance to exhibit at London’s Bargehouse, OXO Tower, during the Frieze Art Fair in early October.

For more information on the Prize and the application procedure please visit the website: www.celesteprize.com/celesteprize2017

info@celesteprize.com tel. +39 0577 1521988

Celeste Prize 2017, 9th edition, is an initiative by Celeste Network.

Call for applications: Across the Board 2017 at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art


October 6–December 15, 2017

Application deadline: August 20

Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art
Witte de Withstraat 50
3012 BR Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–6pm

T +31 10 411 0144
F +31 10 411 7924
office@wdw.nl

A new educational initiative at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art is looking to bring together a select group of 20 professionals from the fields of contemporary art, politics, and business, who are at the cusp of their practice and who look to further their personal development.

Across the Board is Witte de With’s platform for professional development through cross-disciplinary conversation. Led by visiting tutors—significant agents in the fields of art, business, and politics—a select group of promising professionals works together to locate and re-evaluate the shared values between their respective domains and to confront the opposing philosophies and methodological frictions that arise through their exchange. The program, with a series of master classes at its core, attempts to co-formulate a more pluralized and nuanced trajectory, to be activated within their independent domains and within the cultural field at large. Across the Board aims not only to fuel the foundation of connections during the program, but to also provide a lasting platform between its future alumni.

Master Class program
Across the Board 2017 takes place from October 6 until December 15, 2017.

During the bi-weekly program consisting of master classes, workshops, and discussions, you will be challenged to develop a new and personal language in which disciplined forms of knowledge can be qualified. Connecting the public, private, and cultural domain is not only about sharing knowledge, skills, and dispositions. It is also about creating possibilities and locating values, which allows for a reorientation of the ways by which existing social structures, divisions, and inequalities are reproduced. And about challenging our thinking in domains other than those to which we belong.

Visiting Tutors 2017 include:
Viktor Misiano
(Curator, Critic, and Editor; Founder and (Chief) Editor of multiple art journals, including Moscow Art Magazine and Manifesta Journal: Journal of Contemporary Curating)

Jeanne Gaakeer (Professor of Jurisprudence: Hermeneutical and Narrative Foundations at Erasmus School of Law at Erasmus University Rotterdam; Justice at the Appellate Court of The Hague)
Tom Cummings (Executive Board and Senior Management Adviser)
Tirzo Martha (Artist; co-Founder of Instituto Buena Bista – Curaçao Center for Contemporary Art)
More to be announced

Past Tutors 2016 include:
Cuauhtémoc Medina (Mexico-based Curator, Critic, and Historian)
Renilde Steeghs (Ambassador of International Cultural Cooperation for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Ron Soonieus (Managing Partner of Cultural Leadership firm Camunico)
Gabriel Lester (Artist and Filmmaker)
Wilfried Lentz (Owner of Gallery Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam)
Martijn Sanders (Chairman of the Board of Holland Festival)

More information about the 2016 pilot program on our website

Practical information
Dates: Fridays, October 6 (full day including introduction) & 20, November 3 & 17, December 1 & 15.
Time: 2–6pm. End times may vary in line with the programming.
Tuition Fee: EUR 1,200 incl. 6% VAT. 50% discount for registered non-profit and educational organizations. Individual, non-institutional participants are potentially eligible for a stipend discount.

More information and the up-to-date program on the Across the Board web page

How to apply?
Professionals with 3 to 10 years of work experience are invited to apply. Send a letter of motivation (350 words maximum), along with your resume, to education@wdw.nl, with the subject line „Application Across the Board 2017.“ A select number of participants, reviewed by a selection committee, will be admitted to the program.

Witte de With is supported by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science and by the city of Rotterdam.

ELISABETH RASS – CAM Museum, Italy


From June 1, 2017 to May 30, 2018 the photography “DREAMS AND REALITY” from the series STADT/MENSCHEN – MENSCHEN/STADT will be presented. 

This series captures cities from quite different perspectives – instead of glossy views – they show the everyday life, the depression, the decay, the transition and the coexistence of old and new.

CAM MUSEUM

Via Calore snc.

80026 Casoria, Naples, Italy

Elisabeth Rass, DREAMS AND REALITY, Series STADT/MENSCHEN – MENSCHEN/STADT, digital photography

GLEN FARLEY – exhibition SMALL WORKS 2017


Glen Farley has been accepted into the exhibition „Small Works 2017“ curated by Bill Carroll

SMALL WORKS 2017

Trestle Gallery 

850 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn,

New York 11232, USA

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 6th, 2017 7-9pm
On view through July 27th, 2017

Glen Farley, UP NORTH, kineticsculpture, 40 x 40 x 10 cm, 2015 (view 1)

Glen Farley, UP NORTH, kineticsculpture, 40 x 40 x 10 cm, 2015 (view 2)

Facebook event for the opening:

https://www.facebook.com/events/316611198795075

Participating Artists:
Hyun Jung Ahn – Rosaire Appel – Christopher Arabadjis – Danielle Atkins – Rachel Bacon – Emily Burns – Joao Carvalho – Rachel Chaldu – Jessica Chen – Xiaolin Cheng – Matthew Cole – Kara Lynn Cox – Maeve D’Arcy – Kevin Dudley – Joan Easton – Glen Farley – Celeste Fichter – Susan Newmark – Sean Gallagher – Ron Geibel – Lesley Giles – Anne Gilman – Christina Graham – C’naan Hamburger – Young Gi Han – Leah Harper – Ariel Herbert – Junchen Huang – Andrew Indelicato – Anna Kell – Eunjin Kim – Tom Koken – Jyan Ku – Greg Singer – Hyomin Kwon – Robert Lach – Laura Lappi – Niki Lederer – Dain Lim – Andre Lima – Eric Mack – Nadja Verena Marcin – Elizabeth Mead – Tara Lewis – Djavan Nascimento – Habby Osk – Joey Parlett – Lauren Peterson – Lou Piche – James Rose – Frank Sabatte – Janet Sawyer – Christian Schmit – Ben Schwab – Stuart Snoddy – Eliza Stamps – Laura J. Stein – Christopher Tanner – Sarah Treharne – Eun Jin Wang – Nicholas Warndorf – Kit Warren – Katie Westmoreland – Joshua White – Curtis Widem – Jeanne Wilkinson – Ora Xu

About Bill Carroll:
Presently the Director of the Studio Program of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Mr. Carroll has been involved with the New York art world for more than 25 years. In the 1980’s he worked for the Dia Art Foundation and The Brooklyn Museum. He was the Director of the Charles Cowles Gallery from 1987 to 1995 and the Elizabeth Harris Gallery from 1996 to 2005. Bill has curated numerous exhibitions with artists such as Mary Heilmann, Jonathan Lasker, Ken Price, Chris Martin, Marilyn Minter and Juan Usle. He received his BFA is from Pratt Institute, and after completing his MFA at Queens College in 2007, he taught a Professional Practice course to MFA students at Parsons the New School for Design. At the same time he was consulting for private clients and worked as the Grants Administrator for the Nancy Graves Foundation. He has lectured at NYFA, Bard College, Cranbrook Academy of Art, NYU, Pratt Institute, and SVA. Recently he has been exhibiting his own paintings and was reviewed in Art in America.

FINISSAGE – DAISY GOLD – „BLICKE OHNE ZWISCHENRAUM“


EINLADUNG  ZUR

FINISSAGE

6. Juli 2017 um 19:00 Uhr

DAISY GOLD – BLICKE OHNE ZWISCHENRAUM

OHO-GALERIE

Gymnasiumstraße 15, 1180 Wien

Die Galerie ist von 17:00 – 21:00 Uhr geöffnet.

Daisy Gold, ANNA, 100 x 140 cm, Öl auf Leinen, 2012

 

 

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