Archiv für den Monat Februar 2011

Matthew Marks Gallery New York. Artist: Ellsworth Kelly – „Reliefs 2009 – 2010“ – Exhibition dates: February 12 – April 16, 2011. Information about Ellsworth Kelly – Museum or Gallery informations: New York, Matthew Marks Gallery, Group – Artists: by / Portal: Arts. Artnet informations – Buy arts from Ellsworth Kelly or find objects, articles or web-projects? Art online: Ellsworth Kelly by | Biography and pressreleases: Ellsworth Kelly. Articles and texts:

Artists and exhibitions: Nam June Paik, Ralph Ueltzhoeffer (Digital Art Collection).

ART London: Unit foundation.

Current exhibitions: Marietta Neuss, London.

Ralph Ueltzhoeffer

Press Release (Matthew Marks Gallery, New York).
Matthew Marks is pleased to announce Ellsworth Kelly: Reliefs 2009-2010, an exhibition of thirteen new paintings and a new sculpture in his galleries at 522 West 22nd Street and 523 West 24th Street. Ellsworth Kelly: Black and White Drawings will open concurrently at 526 West 22nd Street. Read More

Gagosian Gallery New York. Actual artist: Francesco Vezzoli – „Sacrilegio“ – Exhibition dates are February 5 – March 12, 2011. Get more information about Francesco Vezzoli – Museum or Gallery informations: New York, Gagosian Gallery, Group – Artists: by / Portal:Arts. Buy arts from Francesco Vezzoli or find objects, articles or web-projects? Art online: Francesco Vezzoli by | Biography – Textportrait from Francesco Vezzoli by Francesco Vezzoli. Articles and texts:

Current artists and exhibitions on Artopsent: Luc Tuymans, Ralph Ueltzhoeffer (Photography and paintings).

Galleries New York: David Zwirner Gallery.

PRESSRELEASE (Gagosian Gallery)
Robert McKeever, courtesy of Gagosian Gallery “Crying Portrait of Christie Brinkley As a Renaissance Madonna With Holy Child,” 2010, by Francesco Vezzoli. For his first solo show in a New York gallery, Francesco Vezzoli chose an apt title: “Sacrilegio.” Its irreverence starts with his redesign of that gallery, the expansive Gagosian space on West 21st Street. It is now a stripped-down, dimly lit Gothic church that is painted an Armani gray and is dedicated to a real Madonna, the source of Vezzoli’s diva complex – his own mother. Dressed as a nun, she appears in a video projected in a hushed alcove on the transept, singing to a young boy standing in for the artist. Actually, she is lip-syncing to “Dominique,” the 1963 hit by the Singing Nun (religion’s first pop star), as recorded in Italian by Orietta Berti. Read More