Martin Solymar, The Gardener (Knights in the Jungle), 2013
Acrylic on canvas
Acrylic and oil on canvas; 35 x 49 inches.
Hélio Oiticica, Tropicália, Penetrables PN 2 ‘Purity is a myth’ and PN 3 ‘Imagetical’, 1966-1967
Jean-pierre bertrand, syntagmatique @ avec et sans peinture, mac/val, vitry sur seine, france, www.macval.fr
FEATURED ARTIST: Kiron Robinson
Utilizing a range of material strategies including neon, video, photography and installation, Kiron Robinson (b 1975, lives and works in Melbourne, Australia) investigates the idea of doubt, faith and failure as constructive devices. Robinson’s work continually chases ways of articulating, that which by its own definition is beyond articulation. This leads to points of paradox within the work that results in materials unravelling as they construct. Robinson’s work searches for a state of simultaneity where a material is both what it is and what it is not. Materials are chosen and placed with great care.
Recent and upcoming projects include exhibitions at Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), Taipei, POSCO Museum of Art, Seoul, Sth Korea, Monash University Faculty Gallery, Melbourne and Kurumuya Museum, Japan.
Kiron Robinson, Any Worries/Many Worries, 2010. Neon, 110 x 60cm. Courtesy the artist & Sarah Scout, Melbourne.
Top left: Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Rachel Rogers, Pocha Nostra Royalty, as part of The Museum of Fetishized Identities, Tate Modern, London, 2003; public performance. Courtesy Live Art Development Agency
Top right: Pocha Nostra Family Reunion, San Francisco, 2003. Photo: Jarda
Bottom: Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Saul Garcia Lopez in the moments before the international premiere of the La Pocha Nostra Live Art Laboratory’s Corpo Insurrecto: The Robo-Proletariat at Steirischer Herbst Festival, Austria, 2012. Photo: Wolfgang Silveri
Nick Van Zanten, “OSB 20” (2013)
Oil, pencil and plastic wood on panel; 58x32”
Louis Kahn - National assembly building of Bangladesh. Dakha, Bangladesh. 1964-1982
"Even a space intended to be dark should have just enough light from some mysterious opening to tell us how dark it really is" Louis Kahn on light. Louis Kahn looking at His Tetrahedral Ceiling in the Yale University Art Gallery, 1953
ERNESTO NETO : “LE CORPS QUI ME PORTE”, RETROSPECTIVE AU GUGGENHEIM BILBAO
Ernesto Neto : le corps qui me porte / Guggenheim Bilbao (Spain) / 14 février 2014 – 18 mai 2014
"L’art naît de contraintes, vit de luttes et meurt de liberté."