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Nick Jeffrey (b. 1984 - works in Berlin) presents a new body of work in dialogue with recent paintings and films, continuing an exploration into movement and fluctuation by processes of layering surfaces. The manipulation and filtration of visual material generated on and through the canvases enters a dialogue with the distortion of moving images in the film works, a journey through transparency and opacity, abstraction and representation.

 

"They are his world because they are him," said David Davies: "thick as mince, lazy as a toad, & vain as Narcissus." Living in the endless unworkable, like being on a jammed rollercoaster or something, don't know, freaking freak show. How can 7 people dislike this? Urgency seems to be a poor motivator.

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Asked if he'll be truthful, he replied, "I hope you can feel that from me just from my body language."

Bitte erst anmelden. Have A Warm Summer.
And...
 
 
Vern Blosum
Swiss Pop 
Group exhibition at MAMCO

Peter Fend
HORSE
Solo exhibition at Pinksummer, Genoa

Sea Sikk in Paradise 
Group exhibition at Depart Foundation, Malibu

 
The Ocean after Nature
Group exhibition at The Hugh Lane, Dublin City Gallery

The Absent Museum 
Group exhibition at Wiels, Brussels


Jason Loebs
A Few Open Systems
Group exhibition at And Now, Dallas

Park McArthur
New Work: Park McArthur
Group exhibition at The Wattis Institute, San Francisco

99 Cents or Less 
Group exhibition at MOCAD, Detroit

Cameron Rowland
New Work from the Collection
Group exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York
 
A still life by Lisson Gallery, London
Through August 19

Mechanisms
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

the president's fury peaked over the weekend... White House officials and informal advisers say the triggers for his temper are if he thinks someone is lying to him, if he's caught by surprise, if someone criticizes him, or if someone stops him from trying to do something or seeks to control him.

 

"He wants to fire him but he doesn't want the confrontation," said one adviser who frequently speaks to him. "He doesn't mind the long negative storyline. He will torture him every single day." Scaramucci is not like Steve Bannon, the chief strategist, because "I'm not trying to suck my own cock".


Dear Merlin Carpenter,
this is Nisida Martinelli, Project Coordinator of It's LIQUID Group (www.itsliquid.com).

We have visited your website and we were really impressed by your art. We would be very proud to include your works and represent you during our next exhibitions that we are organizing in Venice (Italy) and in Bogotà (Colombia):
- VISIONS, the third appointment of ANIMA MUNDI FESTIVAL, curated by Luca Curci and Andrea Chinellato, that will be presented in Venice at Palazzo Ca' Zanardi and other prestigious venues and historical buildings, from September 14, 2017 to November 26, 2017, in the same period of the 57th Venice Art Biennale. More information: www.itsliquid.com/call-visions-anima-mundi-festival.html
- ALCHEMIC BODY | FIRE . AIR . WATER . EARTH, International photography, painting, installation, video-art and performance art festival, that will be hosted in Bogotà (Colombia), at Jorge Jurado Gallery, from November 01 to November 30, 2017. More information: www.itsliquid.com/call-alchemic-body-fire-air-water-earth-bogota-2017.html
All of the artists interested in taking part in our shows are free to be sponsored and supported by institutions, organization, governments, private sponsors and their delegates; the logos of their sponsors will be included in all the communication (digital and printed) of the events.


 
Looking forward to hearing your response, we are open to give you all detailed information regarding the different festivals, the participation in them and costs involved.


Hello Artist,

Today at 11:30am Investing for good will be visiting Space.
They have asked if it is possible to see some of the studios.
If you will be in your studio by this time and are willing to let us see your studio please let me know as it will be appreciated.

I'm wondering if anyone has an angle grinder I can borrow for 30 minutes sometime during the coming week as a friend of mine who lives between Hackney and Hackney Wick is trying to spare the cost of a locksmith in order to remove an old bike frame and two locks from outside his flat where he normally locks his bike

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I appreciate there not being a paywall. There are few things that are harder to shake than the conviction that you have never done anything wrong. You can live a despicable life and yet give people a powerful expression of an idea that makes the world ultimately, slowly, better.

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Hi Merlin,
My name is Leonardo DiCaprio, co-owner of Musso. Our firm focuses on developing digital visualization solutions using technologies like augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). 
Our current clients include interior designers, architects, and real estate professionals, and we are expanding and integrating AR into the work of some of our favorite artists.
We believe there is an immense potential to enrich artwork using AR: Anyone with a smartphone can experience the magic of augmented reality while looking at one of your amazing works.
Our team of ART developers, illustrators, and designers can help us turn any artwork into a digital immersive experience, blending the real and virtual worlds into a new form of interaction between art and observer. "One of the lessons of modern war is that war can no longer be called war."


Our mobile app is now in its final stage of development, and we'd love to meet and explore the possibility of working together, generating ART enhanced artworks, and including these into an app library in the near future.

Please feel free to give us a lot of money, and we look forward to hearing back from you

Thank you,

 

 

 

 

 

 


I'm a big fan of Vue Islington. It's my local theater, so maybe I'm slightly biased, but the tickets seem a bit cheaper than other theaters in central London, the screens seem much better, and they play tons of movies.

Also, between you and me, they have an excellent Ben and Jerry's selection.

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Fashion woudn't have been so enticing had it not been for fashion photographers. Who takes the rules for accessories and clothing on the stunning models to the maximum level of splendor? It is the skill of the fashion photographers. Today's fashion photography has a set of rules which go even beyond just the model. Full of glitz and glamor these fashion photographers seduce the world by their brilliant images.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just as there is no production in general, so also there is no general production. Population is an abstraction if, for instance, one disregards the classes of which it is composed.

As regards art, it is well known that some of its peaks by no means correspond to the general development of society; nor, do they therefore to the material substructure, the skeleton as it were of its organisation. For example the Greeks compared with modern [nations), or else Shakespeare. It is even acknowledged that certain branches of art, e.g., the epos, can no longer be produced in their epoch-making classic form after artistic production as such has begun; in other words that certain important creations within the compass of art are only possible at an early stage in the development of art. If this is the case with regard to different branches of art within the sphere of art itself, it is not so remarkable that this should also be the case with regard to the entire sphere of art and its relation to the general development of society. The difficulty lies only in the general formulation of these contradictions. As soon as they are reduced to specific questions they are already explained. Foxconn's zoo is global. It makes graveyards and calls it peace, and has nothing else to offer, in this epochal dead end of the capitalist mode of production. London is a convenient vantage point for the observation of bourgeois society: if Stevie Wonder had a white brother, he'd be Jamiroquai?

"If the leader does not explicitly renounce the violent rhetoric and actions of extremists, they will have done their damage even if he later purges them. The result is a new culture of violence in the country, which the other armed and security forces of society must adapt to."

Why should people not only throw the baby out with the bath water, but the bath out of the window?

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The corporate press has sought to build sympathy for Kelly, whose own son was killed during the war in Iraq. The Washington Post wrote that Kelly is "known inside the Pentagon as a thoughtful man who continued serving his country even after his son was killed in combat." The Post passes no judgment on the fact that the young man died fighting a war his father helped launch.

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Four songs have been written and recorded this summer in Fire Island and New York, in a time now marked as 'post Brexit / pre Trump'. New Jersey's Ash B.'s performance and improvised rap on That's Desire blew us away. The song was recorded in 30 minutes. Two vocal takes by myself, one by Ash B. That was it. Warm Star was written and recorded in Porto in January this year. Principally a love song with political undertones, some lines of the lyrics later made it onto my pro EU / anti Brexit campaign posters. Fast Lane is a recording from 1986, myself 17 years old, an electro-punk piece inspired by cold war angst and nausea at political indifference with the now more than ever poignant line 'we take the fast lane into the dark'. I wanted the overall feel of the EP to be reflecting the desire to carry on and live our lives in a quest for personal happiness, whatever the circumstances are. I'm grateful for the trust and openess each dancer, actor, performer brought to this project, - giving everything in a white blank space to the sound of a boombox. A set of coloured gels in front of the window being the only production props. We need to protest and campaign, but this shouldn't stop us from reaffirming love and life, here and now. Anderes Osterlied is a song written by Swiss liberation theologian Kurt Marti in 1970. Even though I find it hard to believe in organised religion, I was and am deeply touched by this song ever since I first heard it in the early 90ies. Here We Are is about a moment of personal love and Naive Me is about the shock of realising the unimaginable happened on June 23 / Nov 8. Hillary Clinton was "the real enemy…the Antichrist." The EP is out today on 12" vinyl as well as digital download, distributed by WordandSound on Beatport, Traxsource, Juno, iTunes and other download sites. Also streaming on Spotify, Soundcloud and iTunes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Putin has described an important lesson he learned as a young man in Leningrad: "When a fight is inevitable, you have to hit first."

 

By now, people know about the Wattis Bar. Built by the artist Oscar Tuazon, it hosts all of our talks, screenings, and other events. If our galleries are a place for art, the bar is a place for the defense of historical truth.

 

 

 


"This is a troubling chapter in an ongoing story." In a perfect world, Trump's voters would prostrate themselves in public and apologize for their decision to support him. This will not happen. When confronted by the facts, Trump's voters, as a reflection of "information backfire," will simply redouble their investment."To us, it is WHEN, not IF we should fade this recent reflation trade," Parker and his team concluded. "A breathtaking monumental ode to the oceans," the sculptures are an act of upscaling playful ephemera into physically domineering artworks with a permanency and scale that transcends human limitations.

 

 

 

A former protégé of Lord Mandelson, working for him as a researcher in the 1990s, his pro-enterprise views are at odds with Mr Corbyn's traditional socialist view of the world. In 2015, for example, Mr Hunt said: "I'm enormously enthusiastic about businessmen and women making money, about delivering shareholder return, about making profit." And it is not hard to see why.  The aim of mainstream economics is not to analyse society objectively but to defend and promote capitalism and markets as the only viable system of human organisation. 


Pseudo-left: "political parties, organizations and theoretical/ideological tendencies which utilize populist slogans and democratic phrases to promote the socioeconomic interests of privileged and affluent strata of the middle class." Paul Mason is a former member of the defunct anti-Trotskyist Workers Power tendency, a splinter from the Socialist Workers Party. His politics today is barely distinguishable from any run-of-the-mill Blairite hack who writes for the Guardian, other than his pose as a "Marxist" who has seen the error of his ways. His appeal is framed to the pseudo-left who are also careering to the right. In a previous Guardian piece he spoke of the necessity of "an alliance of the left and the radical centre" in defence of a "humane pro-business version of capitalism," and consisting of "bond traders from Canary Wharf, arm in arm with placard-carrying Trots, fuelled by coke, derivative of their earlier stuff, overblown and overindulgent and incredibly pretentious". This brings back loads of "fuzzy" memories and crazy teenage dancin' when the world was "groovy" and people CARED for one another. Kids today just don't have the fun we did... wish I could transport them back to 68-69 for a weekend TRAFFIC concert... or Blind Faith at the Filmore West. oh yeah...? The good news: hope has been found. At the airport. Leaving the country.

 

 

 

The exhibition 'You might actually learn something' consists of five different performances. But maybe they're not really performances. At least that's not what I call them. Instead, I like to refer to them as workshops. Because a performance you can like or dislike. You can encourage your friends to see it, but you can also discourage them. And although that can still happen with the performances in this exhibition, there's a reason why I call them workshops instead. Because I'm convinced that no matter what will happen and what your experience will be, at the end of the day you will have actually learned something.

 

Dear Merlin,
My name is Mihail Volvic. I am a gallery representative, working with Agora Gallery, which is located in Chelsea, the art district of New York City. 
May I send you some information about the gallery and promotional services which may be of interest to you? I can't be inside and outside at the same time!
I look forward to hearing from you.
Best regards,
Mihail Volvic
Gallery Representative | Agora Gallery


Warren Buffett, a reliable bell-weather of Overclass duplicity, has praised his cabinet, and most of them will happily submit when realize there's money to be made form stripping the carcass even more ferociously. The speech gave a jolt, signaling to the world that the new American president is an out-of-control megalomaniac. "We're going to have to rethink our relationship with the press... Toadyism, triviality, social blindness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Boris Johnson said on Twitter it was "divisive and wrong to stigmatize because of nationality."

 

 

 



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In his Hitler biography of 2013, Volker Ullrich also refers to the "Röhm-Putsch" [4], and describes how Hitler, in the course of the slaughter, fell into downright ecstasy, a kind of exceptional psychological condition in which he was capable of any sort of brutal violence. To the end of his life he maintained the capacity to work himself up into a rage of violence, only to appear affable a short time afterwards—typical characteristics of a psychopath. He likes single-page memos and visual aids like maps, charts, graphs and photos. National Security Council officials have strategically included Trump's name in "as many paragraphs as we can because he keeps reading if he's mentioned."

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Exciting Art Basel News: builders in Britain were allowed to wrap residential apartment towers — perhaps several hundred of them — from top to bottom in highly flammable materials, a practice forbidden in the United States and many European countries. The US military was blindsided again and again by the effects of its own presence. These issues are usually called 'community issues', which is problematic, given that the 'community' tends to be a stratified and multi-class entity, riddled with internal contradictions. These small examples are just supposed to show that terms like 'municipality' or 'community' are not some neutral political terms, but through their obfuscation of local class divisions they propose a specific political strategy and in the long run lead to fishy waters of collaboration with institutions and cross-class alliances. Is there a niche role in the creative industry for you? Your Future Career

 

 

 

 

 

 

Military men and traditional policymakers are far less comfortable with ideological warfare, the sort of contest where their instinctual proclivity to "do something" is often counterproductive: what's Bei Rot muss man warten, bei Grün waten happening? Nathalie Dear

The Artist Commissions programme have invited the Danish-German artist duo, J&K, to undertake experimental research into SPACE's past. J&K have been developing a form of research that they call 'time travelling', which allows them to explore history and sites in non-linear and visionary ways. J&K are specifically interested in meeting past and present SPACE studio holders and would therefore like to invite you to join them as 'time witnesses'. This would involve a short time travel experiment together with them and a small group of your fellow tenants: a form of guided meditation or mental journeying into past, present or future. The guided meditation or mental journeying into past, present or future. Ω

I hope to he-develop a form of research that I call 'time travelling more 'time travelling' in autumn this year. Together with them and a small group of your fellow tenants: a form of guided meditation or becoming a rule-takermental journeying into past, present or future. – it's MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL. 

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The mainstream media doesn't have a lot of credibility, in all likelihood grappling with her conscience, coping with a crash that cost a man's life.

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Dear Artist, 

This is Francis Rossi, art curator at Gallery Unique at Turin (TO)- Italy. London used to be a world-class and open prison. After having seen some of your artworks online, considering the linearity of all eight exhibition we have planned for the Project called UNI4UE, 

we would like to propose you the participation for one of our art exhibitions. 

Project UNI4UE is interested on finding right artist for right concept. bringing to the artist itself the best promotion and visibility within a project which attempts to describe our contemporary society.

I enclosed you the competition announcements and application form

Send all necessary documents
 
(until all available seats are taken)

Dear Artist, 

This is James Francino, art curator at Gallery Unique at Turin (TO)- Italy.

I GOT AN IMPORTANT CHANGE

Surprisingly, 

Gallery Unique has found an important funding for UNI4UE PROJECT.

Thanks to this contribution, we have decided to modify the cost of participation

FROM 725 EURO

TO  500 EURO (TAXES INCLUDED)

(-31%).


 
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hiiiii all,
 
hope everyone is good/hopeful after burst of sunlight today! 

s and i would like to ask you for your unspoken, unvoiced questions to your mums. those you call your mums or hold a mother-like space in your lives. this is for an art.
 
this art is part of a online residency we're currently taking offline via Gagosian's brilliant criticism/community/curatorial site. 
 
we are asking anyone who would like to to take part and we are collating the questions, along with our own, anonymously. however, you should know our intentions... 
we intend to distribute them in public spaces in south london. bus stops, lamp posts, noticeboards, telephone booths, parks.
 
the point being to provoke thought about our own intergenerational dialogues and collected, diverse family histories; how social time unfolds and to begin to recognise those close to us in their complex multitudes. 
 
this work is kind of an extension of something we've been working on and a homage to someone we don't know. a story we heard of someone (thanks rebecca) that was writing countless letters of demands addressed to the queen and anonymously posting them up in the streets of south east london. 
 


during the res we have have been thinking about when things go public and why, how ideas travel and what moves people to act out of step or mount their own private protest or do something out of the ordinary - exercising their creative will for an unknown public.
 
were not quite sure about queen lizzy but we thought that it might be nicer to address the regular queens in our lives. the grandmother spiders that hold and weave everything together. 
 
 
Twitter trending topics last for maybe 6 hours, a backlash for 10 to 12 hours and then it goes and the herd moves on, please pass on if you have the time/energy x



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If you are in Palma de Mallorca, for the Art Brunch this Saturday, do please come by Horrach Moyà from noon to my solo show Actions... on until 7 May.

In Callanan's second solo show in the gallery, Horrach Moyà presents a selection of recent works that explore diverse forms of representing the relation between the individual and the data that he generates, processes that will not stop until the individual that generates them or the systems that sustain them cease to exist.

Actions includes: in a sense at once social and psychic, the political conjuncture is torn between the antagonistic and unfulfilled Now of capitalist conflict and the incomplete pasts that teem in its interstices.

 

 

 


Vilma Gold has a good solid eye but is stuck in the mid-range abyss within the gallery hierarchy. The current list of artists falls short on international reputation with few names actually able to sustain the costs of keeping the space open. No doubt Vilma Gold will continue to do the major art fairs like Frieze and Art Basel which seems the way ahead for many in the trade these days. if this gallery is suffering an economic downturn it is down to a poor website which is out of touch with what a modern gallery's website should deliver and a noticeable lack of social media presence. The gallery was also hopeless at putting together a press release, let alone supplying listing information to advertise upcoming shows. To be quite honest, this was not fair to the artists, as the sole function of a gallery is to promote their artists.


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His last attempt to debut new work—his show Francis Bacon-inspired paintings made with his own hand—was a critical rout and a cul-de-sac for new ideas and further cultural relevance.

The New York art adviser Lisa Schiff talked about how the "numbing saturation" of the art world and the pressures of globalization had created an "impasse" in today's market. "It's an endless cycle," Ms. Schiff said, referring to this year's ever-more-crowded calendar of art fairs, exhibitions and other events. "There's simply too much now. I want to shut off the noise." The New York art industry conference might have left its audience with a sense of "What next?", but in reality, the top end of the sector, particularly at auction, increasingly resembles a washing machine. A few things are added to the load — a Njideka Akunyili Crosby here, a Wolfgang Tillmans there — but the same basket of major art brands, such as Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Gerhard Richter, Lucio Fontana, and Christopher Wool, keep circulating in that "endless cycle," generating more or less financial froth from that 1 percent of the 0.1 percent.

 

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Dear Merlin, 

We've met once or twice — hello. I have a question from Spike — can you imagine writing a short piece as one of the "Questions" for our next issue? We are hoping you'd be up for answering the question: "Why do you hate the Tate?" 

We'd need the text — which should be short, max. 550 words — ideally by May 8 or so. And we'd also need a hi-res portrait-format photo that is an integral part of the design. I have attached an example so you can see how it looks.

 

The context is an issue about the exhibition — whether it is losing (some of) its power, being replaced by other models, threatened by the advent of VR, etc. etc. Others answering questions are Benjamin Bratton, Rozsa Farkas and Emily Pethick. The lead essay is a piece asking about the unwarranted persistence of the White Cube by Valentinas Klimasauksas, and there'll also be the edited version of the round table discussion we had here with Chris Dercon, Tirdad Zolghadr and Heidi Ballet — just to give you a little impression of what's in the issue. Let me know if you'd like more details. 

I hope this works out! If the question isn't quite right we are open to suggestions or a direction to come up with one that suits. 

Thanks for considering it. 

All best, 
Ultra Elend  

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