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GÁBOR ALTORJAY - TAMÁS SZENTJÓBY - DÓRA MAURER - KATALIN LADIK - BÁLINT SZOMBATHY - ENDRE TÓT - FERENC FICZEK - KÁROLY HALÁSZAND - SÁNDOR PINCZEHELYI
POÉTICA Y POLÍTICA
POETICS AND POLITICS
Estrategias artísticas en la neovanguardia húngara
Artistic Strategies in the Hungarian Neo-Avantgarde
22 / 04 / 2016 - 16 / 09 / 2016
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POÉTICA Y POLÍTICA
POETICS AND POLITICS
Estrategias artísticas en la neovanguardia húngara
Artistic Strategies in the Hungarian Neo-Avantgarde
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Cabello/Carceller en el MARCO de Vigo
25/05/2016
CABELLO/CARCELLER
CABELLO/CARCELLER
Borrador para una exposición sin título
MARCO Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo
Inauguración: 27 de mayo, 20 h
27 mayo - 25 septiembre, 2016

Desde 1992, Cabello/Carceller (París, 1963/Madrid, 1964) desarrollan un proyecto artístico común centrado en una crítica de la cultura visual hegemónica. Herramientas de la teoría feminista, queer y decolonial, los estudios visuales y culturales les han servido a lo largo de los años para producir un cuerpo de trabajo que pone en cuestión el modelo neoliberal de producción social. Mediante prácticas interdisciplinares ofrecen alternativas a los relatos convencionales sobre las minorías políticas, incluyendo en ellas la discusión sobre el papel de la producción artística contemporánea. Su método, basado en la colaboración mutua y en la incorporación de actores y agentes externos, les ha permitido dar representación a desplazamientos y desajustes que revelan resistencias y divergencias frente a los valores establecidos.

Después de su presencia en el Pabellón Español de la última Bienal de Venecia, esta exposición retrospectiva permitirá una revisión de su trayectoria, y situar sus últimos proyectos dentro de un contexto que arranca en las Guerras Culturales de finales de los ochenta —su época de formación— hasta las revueltas sociales contra el regreso al orden neoliberal de los últimos años.

Siguiendo la lógica del trabajo de Cabello/Carceller, la exposición está concebida como una infiltración, contaminando la institución con un tipo de discursos que normalmente permanecen ocultos. Los diferentes espacios expositivos superponen diversos momentos de su trayectoria para restaurar la complejidad temporal más allá de la idea de un progreso lineal: las obras se refieren unas a otras en un sentido cronopolítico, donde las piezas más antiguas puedan entenderse como comentarios o referencias para la construcción del sentido de las más recientes.

+ info: http://www.marcovigo.com/es/content/borrador-para-una-exposici-n-sin-t-tulo-cabellocarceller

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SANJA IVEKOVIĆ IN WIENER FESTWOCHEN
20/05/2016
Venue: Alte Post, Dominikanerbastei 11, 1010 Vienna Dates: 25

Venue: Alte Post, Dominikanerbastei 11, 1010 Vienna Dates: 25 May to 19 June, daily 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free admission

Opening 24 May 7 p.m.: Performance Universal Anthem, Société Réaliste With: Clemes Salesny & Leo Riegler (musician) 8 p.m.: Perfomance The Winner Takes It All, Dante Buu With: Dante Buu (artist)

Artists Catherine Anyango, Zanny Begg, Anca Benera / Arnold Estefan, Songül Boyraz, Dante Buu, Nicos Charalambidis, Anetta Mona Chişa / Lucia Tkáčová, Mansour Ciss, András Cséfalvay, Anna Daučíková, Yevgeniy Fiks, Petra Gerschner, GLUKLYA / Natalya Pershina-Yakimanskaya, Núria Güell, Sanja Iveković, Gülsün Karamustafa, Szabolcs KissPál, Martin Krenn, Tomasz Kulka, Damian Le Bas, Delaine Le Bas, Lőrinc Borsos, Victor López González, Angela Melitopoulos, Marina Naprushkina, Csaba Nemes, Adrian Paci, Martin Piaček, Lisl Ponger, Tomáš Rafa, Société Réaliste / Ferenc Gróf, R.E.P. Group, Oliver Ressler, Mykola Ridnyi, Juri Schaden, Marika Schmiedt, Roland Sejko, Tim Sharp, Société Réaliste / Ferenc Gróf, Hito Steyerl, Toledo i Dertschei, Artur Żmijewski and others

The “Universal Hospitality” exhibition presents diverse artistic positions organised around topics relating to the current massive migration movements. The title of the exhibition refers to the humanist ideas of Enlightenment being stripped away, it seems, by the rise of a new nationalism, growing populism and increasing xenophobia. The artworks featured illuminate both the hidden foundations of an understanding of national identity based on exclusion and the political, social and economic order responsible for the status quo. Against this backdrop, artists try to open up new spaces of thought and action.

At a time when the values of humanism and emancipation, which Europe seems to take for granted, are shaking in the midst of people in motion, artists envision a world transgressing borders, walls and fences and create trans-national spaces for action and thinking.

The method of governing in which nationalism is closely intertwined with populism, though more virulent in the post-socialist countries, is no longer confined to behind the Iron Curtain. Borders are crossed and closed, throughout the continent. The genie of xenophobia is out of the bottle and looms also in affluent countries as a projection of fear of losing wealth and a comfortable life.

In response, artists from all around Europe strive for a re-entitlement of people, facilitating communication and connectedness through their virtual network, mobilizing the moral and artistic power of civic ideas. The Alte Post of Vienna, which once served as an agent of change curtailing feudal privileges in communication, provides a space for artists’ visions of an open and inclusive world to overcome nationalistic patterns of thinking and exclusion.

With three days of short and long-form presentations, small-group discussions, panel discussions, artist projects and keynote-addresses, the Open Forum provides continuous opportunities for conversation and networking from June 3 to 5.

Production Wiener Festwochen

With the support of Austrian Federal Chancellery, Arts and Culture Division

+ info: http://www.festwochen.at/en/into-the-city/

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HAMISH FULTON AND BRACO DIMITRIJEVIĆ AT TATE BRITAIN
19/05/2016
Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979

Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979

12 April – 29 August 2016

In the 1960s artists began to abandon traditional approaches and made ideas the essence of their work. This fascinating exhibition explores this pivotal period in British history, which changed the way we think about art to this day.

It gathers together artists who took art beyond its traditional boundaries to suggest new ways of engaging with the realities of the world beyond the studio, which ultimately led to a questioning of the function and social purpose of art.

The radical and controversial work both scrutinised and consistently took inspiration from the real world. Asking what art is, as well as what it might be for, inevitably led some artists to create work that was often politically engaged with themes and issues ranging from feminism to the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

Seen within the context of its time, spanning Harold Wilson’s first Labour government to the election of Margaret Thatcher, this show reveals conceptual art’slasting legacy.

Artists featured within the show include, among others: Keith ArnattArt & LanguageConrad AtkinsonVictor BurginMichael Craig-MartinHamish FultonMargaret HarrisonSusan HillerJohn HilliardMary KellyJohn LathamRichard LongBruce McLeanDavid Tremlett and Stephen Willats.

+ info: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/conceptual-art-britain-1964-1979

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BRACO DIMITRIJEVIĆ AT GARAGE COSMOS – BRUSSELS
Braco Dimitrijević 19 April –

Braco Dimitrijević

19 April – 04 June 2016

Exhibition

Selection of works by the early conceptual artist including "Picture of Passer-by and Post-historical device" (1989) and "Post-historicus landmark" (1979). Private view Wednesday 20th April 3pm - 8pm.

Tesla - Despite History (2006)

Film directed, written and narrated by Braco Dimitrijević (2006, 43 min.) The artist will join us for the screening at the Hotel Metropole on Friday, 22nd April (7pm).

Nikola Tesla together with Einstein was one of the most prominent scientists of the first half of the 20th century. They were also connected by a family link - Einstein’s first wife Mileva, herself a prominent scientist and professor of mathematics at Princeton University, was Tesla’s cousin. For Dimitrijevic the case of Tesla is a starting point for complex reflections on the relativity of criteria which shape the official version of history: why does it take centuries for some ideas to be accepted, why are certain ideas recorded while others fall into oblivion, why are some people glorified while others are forgotten. Filmed at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and Nikola Tesla’s Museum in Belgrade, the movie tries to provide answers to those questions from a personal artistic point of view, emphasising not only Tesla’s enormous influence in science but also a possible interaction between his inventiveness and that of 20th century avant-garde art movements.

Hotel Metropole, Einstein room, 31 Place De Brouckère, 1000 Brussels Please confirm your attendance by mail to info@garagecosmos.be

+ info: http://www.garagecosmos.be/index.php?lang=en

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