June 19-22, 2014
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 8 pm
Venue | Stadtkino Basel, Klostergasse 5
Dealing with…, curated by Marc Glöde
The films that comprise the program ‘Dealing with…’ take up a variety of approaches that reveal what it means to deal critically with institutional frameworks, ranging from the parameters of an opera production to the conditions of a museum exhibition.
Maria Anwander, The Kiss (MoMA), 2010, 3’13”
Anna Gaskell, & Juliet, 2013, 10′ 59”
Andrea Geyer, Three Chants Modern, 2013, 25”
Maria Anwander, The Contribution, 2014, 4’29”
The screening is followed by a Q&A with Maria Anwander and Marc Glöde.
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Wednesday, June 11th, 2014 | 3:33pm
We are super excited about the new album Falling Theater by the super talented Matteah Baim which has just been released.
Check it out here on Pitchfork Advance.
Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 | 4:59pm
Art Agenda just published Judith Vrancken’s review of the new Friedrich Teepe show, on view now through June 14 at ARRATIA BEER in Berlin:
“For Berlin’s 2014 Gallery Weekend, ARRATIA BEER invited guest curator Eva Wilson to organize a show of work by fairly unknown, and now late, German artist Friedrich Teepe (1929–2012). The show marks Teepe’s first exhibition in 25 years and his first-ever solo show in Berlin. Though shying away from working exclusively as a professional artist, Teepe never stopped producing art alongside his career as a secondary school teacher in Osnabrück. So what could a young curator’s motivation be for interacting and promoting an artist who voluntarily stayed off the art world radar? Might it be an interest in his successful attempt to maintain a sense of autonomy by steering clear of the competitive art market? Or does this curatorial effort count as an exploration of art on the periphery in hopes of canonizing it?”
Continue reading here.
Images courtesy of ARRATIA BEER.
Above: View of Friedrich Teepe, ARRATIA BEER, Berlin, 2014.
Below: Friedrich Teepe, 86-4, 1986. Photo by Florian Balze.
Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 | 12:20pm
We are having a special event this Thursday, June 6th, 6-9pm,
that we would love for you to attend!
We’ve teamed up with Quit Mad Stop to bring you a weekend-long
custom swim trunk opportunity, complete with kick-off party!
Hope to see you there!
Project No. 8
Travel / Ace Hotel
22 W. 29th Street (at Broadway)
New York, NY 10001
Thursday, June 6th, 2013 | 7:09pm
Bracket Vol. 05 is now available at Project No. 8 / Ace Hotel.
Tuesday, February 5th, 2013 | 9:04pm
Established in 1836 in the hills of Bavaria, Theresienthal’s crystal ware—which is made entirely by hand from the shaping to the engraving phases—has been sought out by royals and contemporary design-conscious clients alike. Every step involved in the crafting of these pieces is carried out by artisans at Theresienthal’s Bavaria site; some of the wood-turners, glass-blowers, engravers, and painters are fourth and fifth generation Theresienthal artisans. Pictured here is Theresienthal’s ’Planet Earth’ collection, designed by Christian Haas.
Shop Theresienthal here.
Saturday, February 2nd, 2013 | 7:17pm
“A practiced architect, Im took a detour into the world of fashion, eventually finding himself in the studios of Karl Lagerfeld and Helmut Lang before going on his own in 2009. Refocusing his eye towards dressing the human figure rather than housing it, he has developed a studied if not cerebral approach to men’s wear that mixes an aggressively contemporary aesthetic with notions of traditional men’s clothing.”
Thursday, April 11th at 7pm
More details here.
Image: madmuseum.org / Siki Im
Friday, February 1st, 2013 | 5:56pm
Orange-sealed natural canvas bag by Chester Wallace.
Thursday, January 31st, 2013 | 6:01pm
“Omer Fast’s works examine how individual and collective histories interact. Focusing on narratives, Fast mixes sound and image into stories that test the line between personal and media accounts of current and historical events. In his concern with the strategies of digital manipulation and perception, Fast’s work draws attention to the permeable boundaries between documentary and fiction …”
Continue reading here.
Image: Continuity, 2012
Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 | 5:22pm
“Then as the evening stretches on and on, with smoke-filled terrariums and radishes no bigger than a pearl among exotic crudities on ice, and sublime broth simmered mysteriously flame-defying parchment, approving nods dissolve into an irrepressible chorus of sighs and cries. I’m trying to recall another Japanese roller coaster ride as exhilarating as this one …”
Continue reading here.
Visit the En website here.
Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013 | 9:22pm