Monthly Archives: October 2011

Impossible Community in Moscow

Up until November 6th, you can still catch “Impossible Community” at the Gogolevsky branch of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. The show spun out of a two-year attempt of the group Escape to create their retrospective. They eventually recruited … Continue reading

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Matthew Brannon: “Hyena’s Are…”

Tonight, Casey Kaplan Gallery in New York opens “Gentleman’s Relish”, the latest exhibition by the always phenomenal Matthew Brannon. Matthew was featured alongside Walead Beshty, Wade Guyton, Sterling Ruby and Kelley Walker in Baibakov Art Projects‘ 2009 exhibition, FIVE. The … Continue reading

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Trips Out of Town comes to New York

After a few years operating out of its reading room on Essex Street, e-flux – the mailing list-cum-cultural hub, founded in 1999 in New York – is about to open an exhibition space on 311 East Broadway. e-flux will inaugurate … Continue reading

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Book Launch for Valery Chtak’s Bits of Truth

Baibakov Art Projects is proud to join Paperworks Gallery in announcing the publication of Valery Chtak‘s Bits of Truth, a 165-page, full color catalogue celebrating the work of one of Moscow’s most adamant individuals. The format spikes images of Chtak’s … Continue reading

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Independent Curators International launches the Curatorial Hub

Independent Curators International (ICI) – an innovative association that connects independent curators from all over the globe with exhibition spaces and venues – has finally opened a permanent space in New York. The Curatorial Hub – a 2500 square foot … Continue reading

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Garden Party

Today marks the start of this year’s Serpentine Marathon. Having evolved from ubercurator Hans Ulrich Obrist’s interviews, this year’s program takes on the garden: The Serpentine Gallery Garden Marathon is the sixth in the Gallery’s acclaimed Marathon series. This two-day event is … Continue reading

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All eyes on London for Frieze Week

This week the London art world is alive and well and trying their best to invite you to dinner, for one week of non-stop openings, exhibitions and events, all congregating around the Frieze Art Fair. The fair is open to … Continue reading

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Creative Time: Living as Form

There’s only one more week to take in Creative Time’s ambitious Living as Form exhibition, on view through October 16 at the Essex Street Market. Chief Curator of Creative Time Nato Thompson enlisted 25 other curators and collectives to bring … Continue reading

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San Francisco Round-Up: Kadist Art Foundation, Art Practical

San Francisco’s notoriously insular art world has been broadening its horizons with some help from the Kadist Art Foundation and the efforts of the online magazine Art Practical. On the corner of 20th and Folsom, in the city’s Mission District, a … Continue reading

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Painting Between the Lines at the Wattis Institute, San Francisco

Fresh off of the Istanbul Biennale, curator Jens Hoffmann offers up another imaginative exhibition concept: With Painting Between The Lines, the CCA Wattis Institute will continue its investigation into the relationship between literature and art by commissioning 14 contemporary artists to create … Continue reading

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