Ignasi Aballí | Presque visible
Ignasi Aballí | Presque visible

Ignasi Aballí opening in Cortex Athletico (Paris) the exhibition Presque visible.


More information:


http://www.cortexathletico.com/fr/expositions/presentation/175/presque-visible



Date | 31/01/2015

Ignasi Aballí | Gathered fates
Ignasi Aballí | Gathered fates

Ignasi Aballí curates the exhibition GATHERED FATES. Opening Saturday 17th January in Berlin, Galerie Nordenhake.
The list of artists is:
Ignasi Aballí, Mirosław Bałka, Gerard Byrne, Ceal Floyer, Spencer Finch, Hreinn Friðfinnsson, Georg Herold, Sofia Hultén, Zoe Leonard, Meuser, Helen Mirra, Sirous Namazi, Mikael Olsson, Michael Schmidt, Florian Slotawa, Johan Thurfjell, Not Vital, John Zurier



Date | 17/01/2015

Marc Vives | Secció Irregular
Marc Vives | Secció Irregular

 


14th, 15th and 16th January at 19pm Marc Vives co-organise Secció Irregular. Three different lectures (Gelen Jeleton, Alex Gomez-Font and Annette Mülberger). The address is Finca Sansalvador (Passeig de la Mare de Deu del Coll, 79. Barcelona)

More information:


http://mercatflors.cat/en/espectacle/session-2-irregular-section/



Date | 16/01/2015

Francesc Ruiz | Rolando e Gary
Francesc Ruiz | Rolando e Gary

El Palomar presents ROLANDO E GARY, a exhibition by Francesc Ruiz.


The mystery surrounding the production of erotic gay fumetto or comics in the 1970s and 1980s by the editor Renzo Barbieri is not so much associated with these being an erratic body of work produced by anonymous cartoonists and writers, most of them heterosexual and working on a commission basis, but rather with how these constructed and popularised (hundreds of thousands of copies were published) some stereotypes regarding homosexuality at the time only to then modify them as society progressed while at the same time creating a fantasy that, through several aesthetic discoveries, at times embraced delirium.


Rolando del Fico and Gary from Sukia are two of the main characters of that period who best demonstrate this evolution. The first, Rolando, created for humorous purposes, represents the closet queer organised around secret communities, spaces and codes. The second, Gary, is the proud queer empowered by sexual freedom who, without realising it, constitutes one of the first niches of gay marketing, before the VHS put an end to the comic as a vehicle for porn and HIV did the same to unbridled sexuality.


ROLANDO AND GARY invokes these characters from current times to make visible and to reflect upon the LGTBI memory, popular culture and pornography consumption, experimenting in turn, as it has already done on other occasions, with alternative distribution models and with the comic as a borderline space within the art institution


ROLANDO AND GARY is a preview to one of the works that Francesc Ruiz will present in May at the Venice Biennale as part of the project LOS SUJETOS commissioned by Martí Manen for the Spanish Pavilion.



Date | 10/01/2015

Marc Vives | The Wilson Exercises
Marc Vives | The Wilson Exercises

December 13, 2014 to February 8, 2015
Opening Reception Dec 13, 6-9pm
Conversation between artists and Rivet: 6.30 pm
 

 


REDCAT presents The End of Summer: The Wilson Exercises, a duo exhibition with newly created work by Anna Craycroft and Marc Vives, guest-curated by the curatorial office Rivet. Developed during an ongoing, multi-year research project called The Wilson Exercises, the exhibition marks the first presentation of the artists in Los Angeles.



Date | 13/12/2014


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