My favorites from the Nada Art Fair the other week in New York City.
Max Brand (above image)
Oliver Michaels, Cole, London (above image)
Brian Kokoska at MFA, Vancouver, Canada (above image)
Elena Damiani, Elaine Levy Project, Brussels (above image)
Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia (above image)
Bill Komoski, Feature, INC., NY, NY (above image)
My favorite display & my favorite lady at the fair.
Katy Grannan, Salon 94
Ryan McGinley, team gallery inc.
Geert Goiris (A former Cheap & Plastique contributor!)
Richard Wentworth, Lisson Gallery
More highlights from The Armory Show:::
Natalie Frank, Fredericks Freiser Gallery, New York
Peter Linde Busk, Josh Lilley Gallery, London
Jonathan Meese, sies + hoeke galerie, Dusseldorf, Germany
Dana Schutz, Two Palms, New York
Grimm Gallery , Amsterdam
Karthik Pandian, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago
Phillipe Cognee Daniel Templon Gallery, Paris
Anna Malagrida, Galeria Senda, Barcelona, Spain
Tobias Bernstrup, Andrehn Schiptjenko Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
Sigmar Polke, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Denmark
Tal R, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Denmark
Orri Jonsson, i8, Reykjavik, Iceland
Abigail Reynolds, Ambach and Rice, LA, CA
Jesse Ash, Monitor, Rome, Italy
Barnaby Furnas, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
Ryan Foerster, Clearing, New York/Brussels
James Casabere, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York
I cannot find my information for this work, oops.
My favorites from the Volta Art Fair Part II:::
Geraldine Swayne, Fred [London] Ltd, London
John Stark, CHARLIE SMITH, London
Eva Lake, frosch & portmann, New York
Dana Copperwhite, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin, Ireland
Ian Toms, Season, Seattle, Washington
Michael Zelehoski, ETHAN COHEN NEW YORK, New York
Kris Knight, MULHERIN, Toronto
Amy Schissel, PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY, Ottawa
Geert Goiris, a Belgian photographer featured in Issue 10 of Cheap & Plastique, released a book, titled Lying Awake, through Roma Publications. For more information and to purchase the book click here. See more of Geert’s work on his website here.
Some spreads from the book:::
From Roma’s website:
Selection of approximately 90 works from the last 15 years. Goiris’ images don’t appear to be from here or from now and witness an almost disturbing wonderment, like the image of a permafrost landscape wherein the tracks of vehicles remain visible for centuries. With text contributions by Nickel van Duijvenboden, Matthew Vollgraff, and Geert Goiris (Myths, Places and Protagonists), this book can be seen as a project in its own right, presented in conjunction with Goiris’ solo exhibition at M-Museum Leuven.
More out of town exhibitions!
Joël Tettamanti, Compass Points
February 15 – August 31, 2013, MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA
More information on the show here. See Joël’s website here. And read Cheap & Plastique‘s interview from issue 8 with Joël here. Review of the show on The Boston Globe here.
From the series COLS ALPINS / SWITZERLAND, 2001 – 2012
From the series WHERE IS MY GIANT? / ICELAND, 2008 – 2012
From MIT’s website:
Joël Tettamanti’s photographs are a vast archive of the structures, villages and cities that people create and inhabit, and the landforms and climates that shape their culture. Although his photographs are often unpeopled, the focus of his work is the human presence in the landscape and the people who are uplifted and sometimes defeated by the land they inhabit. This contradiction of human frailty and resilience, and the continuities people form with the land, are embedded in Tettamanti’s photographic vision.
If you are not in Minneapolis but Copenhagen this spring check out this photography show
by Anne Lass. Anne was a featured artist in issue 8 of Cheap & Plastique Magazine.
See the interview here. And/or check out more of Anne’s work on her website here.
Anne Lass, Triple Seven, at Peter Lav Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Exhibition dates: March 1st – April 27th 2013, Opening March 1st, 5 – 7 PM.
Works from the series Triple Seven: