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Bjorn Ressle Art Projects Winter Salon 2010

Monday, December 20th, 2010

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The 2010 Winter Salon – In Synthesis

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December 11th 2010 through January 22nd 2011

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Curated by Björn Ressle and Hee Yuen Chun

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Elga Wimmer PCC, 526 West 26 street, #310, New York, NY 10001

Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11am until 6pm.

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Artists represented:

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Ok Hyun Ahn, Lawrence Anastasi, William Anastasi, Carl Andre, Stuart Arends, Chan Hyo Bae, Robert Barry, Larry Bell, Joseph Beuys, Dove Bradshaw, John Cage, John Chamberlain, Jinkee Choi, Mark DeMuro, Linda DiGusta, Robert G. Edelman, Jacob El Hanani, Ron Gorchov, Jene Highstein, Gary Hill, David Hockney, Sook Jin Jo, Neil Jenney, Alex Katz, Linda Karshan, Miru Kim, Songyi Kim, Sol Kjok, Tadaaki Kuwayama, Kakyoung Lee, Zaun Lee, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, Robert C. Morgan, Andy Moses, Gerard Mossé, Rakuko Naito, Dennis Oppenheim, Pim Palsgraaf, Keun Young Park, George Quasha, Robert Rauschenberg, Lovisa Ringborg, Dorothea Rockburne, Cordy Ryman, Ethan Ryman, Robert Ryman, Will Ryman, Fred Sandback, Anne Senstad, Howard Smith, Maxwell Stevens, Yuken Teruya, Cy Twombly, Ali Van, Bernar Venet, Merrill Wagner, Joan Waltemath, Marjorie Welish, Mark Wiener, Leah Yerpe, Mark Zimmermann


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Björn Ressle Art Project is pleased to present 2010 Winter Salon – In Synthesis, an exhibition of over fifty selected artists. Inspired by salon-style hanging, most commonly attributed to the Salon de Paris held during the 18th and 19th centuries, the show intends to provide patrons of the arts with an inviting, intimate viewing experience to initiate a dialogue between artists, their work and the viewer. Following the interactive installation of the 2008 Winter Salon at Björn Ressle Gallery, this show pays tribute to the format of a salon hanging and celebrates the tradition that continues to render expositions of a large numbers of artists and an even larger numbers of works.

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By utilizing the maximum floor-to-ceiling gallery space, The 2010 Winter Salon activates the wall with artworks in various media by artists, each of whom offer a unique perspective to the show. Established, innovative and emerging artists have contributed a body of nearly one hundred fifty works of art reflecting an impressive range of theories, generations, styles and distinctive visual expression.

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In order to synthesize numerous languages spoken through various artistic disciplines, the two long walls in parallel are carefully installed to create dialogue in the spatial order. The 2010 Winter Salon – In Synthesis allows the viewer access to some of the past and current pivotal artistic ideas while introducing newer talent, to generate fresh creative energy through unexpected juxtapositions.

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Highlighting the drive of young talents; Ok Hyun Ahn’s new video and photographic series are on display in the project room. In Ok Hyun’s highly expressive video, Ma Non Troppo (But Not Too Much), 2010, bits of humor are skillfully intertwined into a dramatic sequence through the use of ephemeral stereotypes in today’s media. Her series of intimate photographs of people crying are framed to give a greater spatial isolation of each person and subtly guide our attention to their tears. A slight confusion between real versus stages is successfully captured in the frame.

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Contacts:

Björn Ressle 212 470 0053 and Hee Yuen Chun 626 905 5009 or Elga Wimmer PCC 212 206 0006

wintersalon@bjornressle.com

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GQ “I Don’t Understand Language” [I & II] in London at SE8 Gallery

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

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7 MAY – 11 JULY
private views: 7 May and 11 June 6-9pm
MULBERRY TREE PRESS
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is  a multiplatform exhibition at
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SE8 Gallery, Deptford (a borough of London),
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including
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weekly performances, round table discussions and film screenings.
Artists include:
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ANTEPRESS, RUTH BEALE,
BECKY BEASLEY, SEAN BORODALE,
ELEANOR VONNE BROWN, RODERICK BUCHANAN,
BEN CAIN, RICHARD DYER,
DOUG FISHBONE, HOLLIS FRAMPTON,
ALEX FROST, KATIE GUGGENHEIM,
EMMA HART, MIKE HARTE,
GARY HILL, GEORGE HENRY LONGLY,
MARIA MARSHALL, ANTHONY MCCALL,
JEREMY MILLAR, ST PIERRE & MIQUELON,
GARY O’CONNOR,  KATE OWEN,
GEORGE QUASHAMARTHA ROSLER,
JAMIE SHOVLIN, JOHN SMITH,
MATTHEW SMITH, ANDREW TYNDALL
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Film screenings and monitor films curated by Gilly Fox.
Cabinets (11 June – 11July) curated by Laura McLean-Ferris.
Ruth Beale selected by Fleur van Muiswinkel.
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SE8 Gallery, 171 Deptford High Street, Deptford, London, SE8 3NU

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The ‘Mulberry Tree Press’ is a fictitious publishing house created specifically for this exhibition. The name is inspired by the last remaining tree from a garden in Deptford designed by the diarist John Evelyn.  This exhibition reflects on the relationship between space, object and text, how they exist one in the other, side-by-side, and separate. The focus on liminality, the boundary or threshold between different locations and states of production, lies at the heart of the exhibition. It is concerned with the translation or transcription that takes place in order to facilitate this passage from one place to another, from the studio and the gallery to the printed page.
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Over two months, the exhibition attempts a transformation, turning spatial artworks situated in the gallery into a form that might function as a publication. It is not intended that this take the shape of a standard catalogue, in which, appearance, structure and content are largely known from the outset. Instead, the publication will bring together artworks, events and writings generated by the project’s process of research, dialogue and display: from one physical state to the next, from space, action, and thing to text.
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The gallery will be turned into a production office that generates and disseminates content on a daily basis. The space is divided into a number of different zones, typified by simple display devices: a table, a set of shelves, two pinboards, a plinth, three cabinets, a monitor. Each of these marks out a territory, a way of showing,  indeed, an idea of specific presentation. The table is a place for writing, reading and the centrepiece of a discussion-series with curators, writers and artists. Shelves provide browsing material through a pamphlet library. Two facing wall-spaces  are given over to different artists during the project; their activities will be subsequently gathered and inventoried on a palimpsest in the shape of a pinboard. Adjacent glass cabinets are organised by different curators, while a monitor shows a curated programme of artists’ films. A number of live performances and events complement the exhibition. Following the conclusion of the project, the exhibition’s inventory will be published as the final exhibit.
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PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

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(Please check website for times: www.se8.org.uk) :
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Monitor films

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7-9 May – Roderick Buchanan
14-16 May - Anthony McCall and Andrew Tyndall
21-23 May - George Quasha (part 1)
28-30 May - George Quasha (part 2)
4-6 June - Martha Rosler
11-13 June – Maria Marshall
18-20 June – John Smith
25-27 June - Gary Hill
2-4 July - Gary Hill
9-11 July – Roderick Buchanan
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7th May – Private view 1
Cabinets – Ben Cain
Pinboards – Jeremy Millar
Shelves – Ruth Beale
Event 1 – Doug Fishbone
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14th May
Film screening – ‘Argument’ – Anthony McCall and Andrew Tyndall
Round table discussion 1: Nicholas de Oliveira (chair), Jeremy Millar, Eleanor Vonne Brown and guests
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21st May
Event 2 – Eleanor Vonne Brown
Event 3 – Ruth Beale
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4th June
Event 4 – Emma Hart
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11th June – Private view 2
Cabinets – Kate Owen, Alex Frost, George Henry Longly, Matthew Smith, Becky Beasley, Mike Harte (curated by Laura McLean-Ferris)
Pinboards – Jamie Shovlin
Shelves – Ruth Beale
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19th June
Film screening – ‘Zorn’s Lemma’ – Hollis Frampton
Round table discussion 2: Nicolas de Oliveira (chair), Gilly Fox and guests
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25th June
Event 5: St Pierre & Miquelon
Event 6: Katie Guggenheim
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2nd July
Event 7: Readings from Sean Borodale, Richard Dyer and Gary O’Connor
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9th July
Event 8: Antepress
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SE8 Gallery, 171 Deptford High Street, Deptford, London, SE8 3NU

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Ticket Office: 0844 847 9910
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GQ presenting :

Thursday, April 29th, 2010


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Axial Lecture on the Poetics of Self-Orientation

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(mixed media)

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RAUCOUS

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CELEBRATING THE LAUNCHING

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OF AN ART-SCIENCE OF VIABILITY

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AG3: ONLINE  –  THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL  ARAKAWA AND GINS :
ARCHITECTURE & PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE CONCLUDING EVENT

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BARNARD COLLEGE

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April 30 (Friday) 4 to 8 p.m.

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LECTURES                     PERFORMANCES                     READINGS

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Serge Gavronsky

Jondi Keane

Professor of French, Barnard College

Co-Director of AG3-Online, Senior Lecturer, Griffith University

Martin E. Rosenberg Co-Director of AG3-Online, Independent Scholar
Reuben Baron Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Connecticut
Joan Baron Educational Psychologist
Gordon Bearn Professor of Philosophy, Lehigh University
Trish Glazebrook Professor of Philosophy, Dalhousie University
Catherine Fitzmaurice Actor, Founder of Fitzmaurice Voicework
Ilse Pfeifer Body Worker and Voice Coach
Melissa Smedley Artist
Charles Bernstein Poet and Artist
Susan Bee Poet and Artist
George Quasha Poet-Artist

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Barnard Hall        3009 Broadway        Held Auditorium             Admission Free as in Free as the Breeze

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An additional concluding event will take place at GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM
on May 1 (Saturday) 1 to 5 p.m. SOLD OUT

www.reversibledestiny.org

http://ag3.griffith.edu.au/

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