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  • The new man and the new woman Diango Hernández at Marlborough Contemporary, London

    18 Sept. – 26 Oct. 2013 Marlborough Contemporary 6 Albemarle St. London W1S 4BY It is very early in the morning. The grass is covered with cold, dense dew. We haven’t even moved a hundred metres and my boots and trousers are already drenched and cold. The morning mist has turned my legs into two…

  • Otelo M. Fabião A new lonelyfingers member

    We are very excited to announce a new lonelyfingers artist – Portuguese and London based Otelo M. Fabião. “The basis for Otelo Fabião´s research is drawing, always taken as a point of departure, frequently as a point of arrival. Drawing as a broadened platform of interaction with the world, of self knowledge and acquisition of…

  • The ephemeral nature of interrelated things Owen Gump at Kunsthalle, Karlsburg

    11. August bis 15. September 2013 Kunsthalle, Karlsburg 4, 27568 Bremerhaven, DE Tel. 0471 9586106 www.kunstverein-bremerhaven.de   by Klaus Becké “Der ephemere Charakter zusammenhängender Dinge” heißt ein Surfbrett, das ne-ben Fotoarbeiten des kalifornischen Künstlers Owen Gump vom 11.08.2013 bis 15.09.2013 in der Kunsthalle Bremerhaven zu sehen sein wird. Das Brett stellt in der Surfkultur zwar…

  • Parties of six or more Jay Batlle at Norfolk Library

    Aug. 4th 2013 – Sept. 4th 2013 Reception: August 4th 4-6pm Norfolk Library 9 Greenwood Road East Norfolk, CT   The Norfolk Library presents “Parties Of Six Or More,” a summer exhibition of Jay Batlle’s restaurant stationery drawings. This group of framed watercolor and ink drawings documents the epicurean adventures of the bon vivant artist.…

  • Dead Inside A group sculpture exhibition with Jay Batlle curated by Max Wolf and Meghan Carleton

    23 July – 31 August 2013 Bleecker Street Arts Club 305 Bleecker St. NY NY 10014 – US Artists include: Amanny Ahmad, Jay Batlle, Jerry Blackman, John Chamberlain, Tom Forkin, Kayla Gibbons, Al Hansen, Paul McCarthy, Krisha Murari, Adeline de Monseignat, Tal R, Sterling Ruby, Shelter Serra, Agathe Snow, Odessa Straub, John Szlasa, May Wilson,…

  • Stories From Central Europe An interview with Jade Niklai by The new contemporary

    Once, when I spoke with Francesca von Habsburg about the current Hungarian art scene, she highlighted Blood Mountain as one of the most exciting initiatives. I met Jade Niklai, founder and director of the Budapest-based independent, non-profit organization. She gave insights into Blood Mountain’s history, current activities, and future plans – which also involve Vienna.…

  • Monika Stricker group exhibition with Monika Stricker at CAB Art Centre, Brussels

    ‘MONIKA STRICKER‘ 05.09 – 26.10.2013 Opening Wednesday Sept. 4th / 6-10pm   Monika Stricker is a ‘Cadavre Exquis’,an exquisit corpse. When Monika Stricker wakes up she is not alone. Monika Stricker is a defiant typeface, subversive through obedience. Monika Stricker is a sound, strong,critical, hard, beautiful and smart. Monika Stricker is some thing yet unmade…

  • Rhynchophorus ferrugineus A new publication by Glen Rubsamen

    Glen Rubsamen’s latest book is an extension of his new body of photographic works. It revolves around the Rhynchophorus ferrugineus, better known as the Red Palm Weevil, an insect with Asiatic origins that has moved quickly westward over the last century, aided by technology and globalism. The weevil’s arrival in Southern Europe has devastated palm…

  • The importance of the line Diango Hernández at Porta 33 curated by Nuno Faria

    12.06 – 28.09.2013 Porta 33 Rua do Quebra Costas, 33 9000-034-Funchal Ilha da Madeira, Portugal +351 291 743 038 porta33@porta33.com A importância da linha O projecto que Diango Hernández preparou para a Porta 33 tem a particularidade de não ser propriamente uma exposição, mas a articulação de um conjunto de fragmentos que foram o ponto…

  • Lessons of Darkness Group exhibition curated by Nuno Faria with Daniel Barroca and Diango Hernández

    O6 Jul. – 31 Dec. José De Guimarães International Centre For The Arts (Ciajg) Av. Conde Margaride, nº 175 4810-535 Guimarães www.ccvf.pt   With Vasco Barata, Daniel Barroca, Pedro Valdez Cardoso, Rui Chafes, Otelo Fabião, José de Guimarães, Diango Hernández, Ricardo Jacinto*, Manuel Viegas Guerreiro, Francisco Janes, Hassan Khan*, Manuel Santos Maia, Rosalind Nashashibi e…

  • Film A group exhibition with Daniel Barroca at Solar. Galeria de Arte Cinemática

    29.06 – 1.09.2013 Solar. Galeria de Arte Cinemática Rua do Lidador, 4480-715 Vila do Conde solar@curtas.pt – http://www.curtas.pt   with Daniel Barroca / Gustav Deutsch / Sandra Gibson / Luis Recoder / João Maria Gusmão / Pedro Paiva / João Louro / Bill Morrison / Daïchi Saïto / Peter Tscherkassky Celebram-se os últimos dias do…

  • Manuel Graf. Commercials, Mosques & Ceramics Solo exhibition at Kunsthaus Baselland

    20. April 2013 — Sonntag 30. Juni 2013 Mit Commercials, Mosques & Ceramics zeigt das Kunsthaus Baselland die erste institutionelle Einzelausstellung des deutschen Künstlers Manuel Graf (geb. 1978 in Bühl/Baden, lebt und arbeitet in Düsseldorf) in der Schweiz. Graf hat an der Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf bei Magdalena Jetelova und Rita McBride abgeschlossen. Sein Werk wurde…

  • Ein Ahnungsloser Traum Vom Park A group exhibition with Jessica Gispert at Museum Abteiberg

    ‘Sublimations’ by Jessica Gispert For this project I worked with Museum Abteiberg’s contemporary art collection to create fifty pair of “Kunst Leggings”. Sublimations playfully addresses the accessibility of museums and their collections. We view art as precious and valuable objects available to us through a constrained approachability. The use of leggings in this piece deals…

  • Anne Pöhlmann Talk at Dortmunder Kunstverein about lonelyfingers 29.06.2013 - 19:00 h

    Curartist – Der Akteur mit besonderen Voraussetzungen. 29.06.2013 – 19:00 h / Moderation: Stefanie Humbert Pedro Wirz im Gespräch mit Anne Pöhlmann, Künstlerin und Initiatorin des Künstlerprojekts lonelyfingers und Dorothee Richter, Kuratorin und Leiterin des Postgraduate Program in Curating der Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich, über den Grenzgang zwischen Künstler und Kurator. DORTMUNDER KUNSTVEREIN…

  • Utopia starts small 12. Fellbach Triennial with Diango Hernández

    Utopia starts small -12. Fellbach Triennial of small-scale sculpture. Curated by Angelika Nollert and Yilmaz Dziewior. 23 June – 29 September 2013 “Utopia starts small” uses the concept of Utopia and knowledge of how it has been exploited and misused in the course of history. At the same time, however, it also recognises its positive connotations.…

  • Sunday conversations lonelyfingers programme at Museum Abteiberg

    The Sunday conversations programme is a series of artist presentations at Museum Abteiberg in which lonelyfingers artists along with coffee and cake unfold their fascinating stories. The programme focuses mainly on the role that objects and inspirational triggers have in the artist creative process. Running from the 17th of March until the 2nd of June…

  • photo: Anne Pöhlmann

    lonelyfingers Konversationsstücke Exhibition at Museum Abteiberg 17th of March - 2nd of June 2013

    Konversationsstücke is the first lonelyfingers presentation in a physical space. Lonelyfingers is an online project that focuses on the objects and documents that accompany the artist while developing an artwork. For Konversationsstücke lonelyfingers’ artists bring objects and references that start a conversation between the artist and the audience. These objects, often unknown and hidden in…

  • Glen Rubsamen lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    Lonelyfingers presents a lecture by Glen Rubsamen as the last Sunday conversation at Museum Abteiberg. Glen Rubsamen is an American artist currently living and working in Los Angeles. His artistic practice evolves around landscape painting that reflects on the mutations of plant life in human built environments. For the lonelyfingers Konversationsstücke exhibition he contributed various…

  • An Accidental Ensemble lonelyfingers Finds collection by Glen Rubsamen

    Inspired in part by John Baldessari’s ‘The Backs of All the Trucks Passed While Driving from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara, California, Sunday, 20 January 1963’, Glen Rubsamen began a project in 2012 to photograph billboards and palm trees together in the same moment. It became quickly apparent that it was almost impossible to photograph…

  • HERstories Group exhibition at Bonner Kunstverein with Rita McBride, Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández

    Monika Baer  / Rita Mcbride / Marlene Dumas / Melissa Gordon / Petra Maitz / Anne Pöhlmann / Spartacus Chetwynd / Katharina Sieverding / Christian Falsnaes / Marianne Wex / Diango Hernández / Friederike Tebbe / Nicolas Party / Miriam Cahn / Suse Weber / Charlotte Salomon For the exhibition commemorating its 50th anniversary, the…