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Pavel Büchler, Untitled, 1985-86
PAVEL BÜCHLERBACK TO WORK
TANYA LEIGHTON GALLERY, BERLIN
18 OCTOBER - 15 NOVEMBER
PREVIEW: FRIDAY, 17 OCTOBER, 6-9 PM

Pavel Büchler, Untitled, 1985-86

PAVEL BÜCHLER
BACK TO WORK

TANYA LEIGHTON GALLERY, BERLIN

18 OCTOBER - 15 NOVEMBER

PREVIEW: FRIDAY, 17 OCTOBER, 6-9 PM







Masanori Handa, Flash Forest, 2007
Oil, felt-tip pen on tile, mounted on wood panel, 88.5 x 178.5cm
© Courtesy of Kodama Gallery (Osaka / Tokyo)

Masanori Handa, Flash Forest, 2007

Oil, felt-tip pen on tile, mounted on wood panel, 88.5 x 178.5cm

© Courtesy of Kodama Gallery (Osaka / Tokyo)




VILLA DESIGN GROUP

Mathew Gallery at Frieze
Frieze Focus, Booth H18
Regent’s Park, London
October 15-18, 2014
www.friezelondon.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Casting Call for Villa Design Group’s new film adaptation of Jean Royère’s 1974 memoirs, “Reflections on Arab Living and Loving as seen by a French Interior Decorator.” Auditions will be held at Frieze London 2014 from 12pm to 4pm at the booth of Mathew Gallery Berlin. Auditions are open to members of the public and will be overseen by Villa Design Group. Filming will begin in early 2015 with shoots scheduled in Beirut, Abu Dhabi, and Marrakech. Successful applicants will be notified by December 10th 2014. To prebook an audition slot, please emailinfo@mathew-gal.de.
VILLA DESIGN GROUP
Mathew Gallery at Frieze
Frieze Focus, Booth H18
Regent’s Park, London
October 15-18, 2014
www.friezelondon.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Casting Call for Villa Design Group’s new film adaptation of Jean Royère’s 1974 memoirs, “Reflections on Arab Living and Loving as seen by a French Interior Decorator. Auditions will be held at Frieze London 2014 from 12pm to 4pm at the booth of Mathew Gallery Berlin. Auditions are open to members of the public and will be overseen by Villa Design Group. Filming will begin in early 2015 with shoots scheduled in Beirut, Abu Dhabi, and Marrakech. Successful applicants will be notified by December 10th 2014. To prebook an audition slot, please emailinfo@mathew-gal.de.



Erica Baum, Leopard, (Naked Eye), 2013 Archival pigment print, 19 x 16 inches

Erica Baum, Leopard, (Naked Eye), 2013
Archival pigment print, 19 x 16 inches




Meiro Koizumi Discovery of landscape, 2014 charcoal on paper 64.2cm x 121.8cm

Meiro Koizumi Discovery of landscape, 2014 charcoal on paper 64.2cm x 121.8cm




Anicka Yi: Death October 11, 2014 - January 17, 2015 Cleveland Museum of Art at Transformer Station

Anicka Yi: Death October 11, 2014 - January 17, 2015 Cleveland Museum of Art at Transformer Station




"Cartographies of the Absolute"
Alberto Toscano & Jeff Kinkle, with Melanie Gilligan
Discussion: Friday, October 10, 2014, 7pm
Artists Space Books & Talks55 Walker Street
$5 Entrance DonationMembers Free, Guaranteed Entry
“Alberto Toscano and Jeff Kinkle’s forthcoming book, “Cartographies of the Absolute,” addresses the proliferation of works in the visual arts, film and literature that seek to tackle the representation of contemporary capitalism. Their research, which began in 2009 with a collaborative text on the HBO series The Wire, forms a critical survey of works that “totalize” current conditions and look to “thematize those facets of social existence which are particularly symptomatic of the trends and tensions in today’s political economy: financial markets, logistical complexes, commodity chains, and so on.” Inherent in this turn to figuration is the fundamental paradox of a desire to represent that which is ordinarily invisible; an “absolute” capitalist system resistant to being contained and comprehended in a single overview. 
http://artistsspace.org/programs/cartographies-of-the-absolute

"Cartographies of the Absolute"

Alberto Toscano & Jeff Kinkle, with Melanie Gilligan

Discussion: Friday, October 10, 2014, 7pm

Artists Space Books & Talks
55 Walker Street

$5 Entrance Donation
Members Free, Guaranteed Entry

Alberto Toscano and Jeff Kinkle’s forthcoming book, “Cartographies of the Absolute,” addresses the proliferation of works in the visual arts, film and literature that seek to tackle the representation of contemporary capitalism. Their research, which began in 2009 with a collaborative text on the HBO series The Wire, forms a critical survey of works that “totalize” current conditions and look to “thematize those facets of social existence which are particularly symptomatic of the trends and tensions in today’s political economy: financial markets, logistical complexes, commodity chains, and so on.” Inherent in this turn to figuration is the fundamental paradox of a desire to represent that which is ordinarily invisible; an “absolute” capitalist system resistant to being contained and comprehended in a single overview. 

http://artistsspace.org/programs/cartographies-of-the-absolute




Sarah Shaw, White Noise, Diptych: Oil on canvas. From the Rorschach Series.

Sarah Shaw, White NoiseDiptych: Oil on canvas. From the Rorschach Series.




Goodyn Green.

Goodyn Green.




Kerry James Marshall, “Look See” at David Zwirner, London. 
Oct 11 - Nov 22, 2014.

Kerry James Marshall, “Look See” at David Zwirner, London. 

Oct 11 - Nov 22, 2014.







Yuji Hamada, Primal Mountain. © Céline Michel/Festival Images 2014
Installation shot, Vevey: le Festival Images, Switzerland. Until October 5th, 2014

Yuji Hamada, Primal Mountain. © Céline Michel/Festival Images 2014

Installation shot, Vevey: le Festival Images, Switzerland. Until October 5th, 2014




Niina Vatanen. Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, 2014. Chromogenic colour print, oak frame, glass. 

Niina Vatanen. Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, 2014. Chromogenic colour print, oak frame, glass. 




Julie Roberts, Home Alone, 2014
Oil on linen

Julie Roberts, Home Alone, 2014

Oil on linen