San Antonio, Texas – The work of Susan Philipsz (IAIR 03.1) makes its return to San Antonio tomorrow evening, May 6, at the Linda Pace Foundation from 7 – 9 pm. Sunset Song runs daily May 8 through June 26 from noon until sunset at CHRISpark. Keep in mind, the park is closed on Monday.
New York City - New York artist E.V. Day (IAIR 11.1), whose work is currently on display at Artpace through May 22, will be showing at New York City’s Salomon Contemporary. Day’s Butterfly opens Friday, May 13, and runs through June 25.
Bolzano, Italy – Mircea Cantor (HSR 07.2) will be exhibiting at the Museum for Modern and Contemporary Art of Bolzano (Museion) in Italy. Image to be projected until it vanishes opens Saturday, May 28 and runs through August 28. Interestingly, the title of the exhibition was inspired by Matthew Buckingham’s (IAIR 07.3) work “Image of Absalon to be projected until it vanishes“: a slide continuously ‘faded-out’ by the heat emanating from the lamp of the projector, the protracted elision of a monument.
Frankfurt, Germany – Anton Vidokle (IAIR 05.2) and Julieta Aranda’s Time/Bank opens tomorrow, May 6, at Portikus. According to the museum’s website, “Time/Bank aims to create an immaterial currency and a parallel micro-economy for the cultural community, one that will create a sense of worth for many of the exchanges that already take place within the art field.”
Prague, Czech Republic – Venezuelan artist Arturo Herrera (IAIR 00.1) is a participating artist in Prague Biennale 5. The event opens Thursday, May 19 and runs through September 11. Of the event’s three sections – Expanded Painting, Art in General, and Focus Italy – Herrera’s work is a member of the first in a show titled The Necessity of Abstraction. According to the website’s preview, “The section explores new ideas of abstraction in Contemporary German art. All artists are living and working in Berlin.” “Czech” it out.
Stockholm, Sweden – Berlin-based Klara Liden (IAIR 10.1) will be exhibiting at Moderna Museet in her native Stockholm, Sweden. It is the first complete exhibition of Liden’s work at any museum in the world. According to the exhibition’s preview, “The overall concept is a ghostly labyrinth with an unexpected secret chamber, designed especially by Lidén for Moderna Museet. The entrance to the exhibition has also been moved, to stress the many ways in which a building can be used.” The exhibition opens Saturday, May 14, and runs through October 9.
Credit: Sunset Song, 2003. Two solar-powered structures, recorded sound. Installation view. Photo by Art Industrial
By Ryan Sachetta