TIMELINE

OVERVIEW OF UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT / RUTGER BRANDT GALLERY

RUTGER BRANDT GALLERY

May 9 – 13  2018 / AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

“The gallery’s mission is to showcase contemporary art by emerging young artists as well as established international artists in a multi-generational program. We aim for a long-term commitment in developing the artists’ career and the gallery acts as a liaison with other galleries outside The Netherlands.
One of the connecting factors, how varied the outcome may be, is socially committed and narrative art to be found in various disciplines. Political, social actuality and individualism are key ingredients to reflect the spirit of this age. Confronted with the many aspects of human relations, especially those of alienation, isolation, absurdum and the raw side of life, these works call for self-reflection. These artists seek new ways of representation that make us aware of unexpected aspects of everyday life. Our exhibition program is dedicated to aesthetic, progressive and thought-provoking shows.”


More details about the event will be disclosed soon.

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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT / IFWA

INTERNATIONAL FASHION WEEK AMSTERDAM

May 12 – 13  2018 / AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Staged in The World Fashion Centre – this is the only event that gives you unparalleled access to the industry to experience the best of international fashion including a showcase of designer and trend catwalks shows, designer shopping and industry talks.


More details about the event will be disclosed soon.

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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT /  Coningsby Gallery

CONINGSBY GALLERY

May 20 – 26  2018 / LONDON, UK

 

‘Artist SaySay.Love was born in Berlin and now spends half his year in Cape Town, South Africa. It was here that he, along with over three million other residents, recently experienced the worst drought in the city’s history. “Being European, water shortages are outside my life-experience. Until now water has always been in abundance, something that I took for granted, an almost invisible resource, like air.” He said. The drought changed all this and inspired the artist to embark on a journey of discovery into water itself. SaySay.Love spent six months photographing water across the world, from Africa to Poland, in settings varying from oceans and rivers to inside plumbing and bottles.

 The resulting series of images show the artist’s interpretations of the mercurial structure and beauty of water and its integral relationship to environment.’

“For me, photography is both an intentional and a spontaneous medium. My works strive to disseminate the idea that water has a memory and force us to look back at the past (as birth), and ahead to the idea of the waterless future as death itself. But it’s not that simple and clear cut. Water shapes history. It is a record imprinted in nature. Bodies of water, like photographs, contain memories, cultural and biological. Maps do not present merely a visual space, they are interactions between the existence and non-existence of water: Green lush landscapes with flowing rivers, to warm-coloured dry arid terrains.
They allow for culture to flourish and the historical record of habitation and migration. In dendrochronology trees reveal historical imprints of water allowing us to discover the history of droughts and weather patterns. An abstract documentary of seasons in the truest sense. The existence and non-existence of water, the micro-printing in seasons, as ring patterns are translated through secular patterns. Such abstraction, visual and complex, I aim to capture in photography.” SaySay.Love

Established in 1994 in London’s thriving Fitzrovia, The Coningsby Gallery has become renowned for its dedication to outstanding contemporary illustration, graphic art and selected fine art. Collaborating with both upcoming and internationally recognised artists, the gallery showcases a diverse range of fine, bold and innovative work.

Exhibition will run from the 15th to 26th June 2018

Coningsby Gallery 30 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RJ, UK


More details about the event will be disclosed soon.

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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT /  ZDES NA TAGANKE Gallery

‘ЗДЕСЬ БОЛЬШЕ НЕТ ВОДЫ’  / ‘THERE IS NO MORE WATER HERE’

May 15 – June 6  2018 / MOSCOW, RUSSIA

“Выставка «Здесь больше нет воды» – это новая серия фотографий, инсталляция и видео берлинского архитектора и исследователя визуальных форм, известного под псевдонимом Saysay Love.

Saysay Love погружает зрителя в абстрактную ткань живой природы с помощью макросъемки. Врожденный дефект зрения, затрудняющий восприятие художником глубины, скорости и расстояния, делает его видение особенным и Сэйсэй Лав стремится показать всем то, что способны различать лишь специальные приборы и он сам. Он наблюдает за природой и показывает ее максимально неузнаваемой и эстетически замысловатой фактурой. Куратор Анна Саррэ и художник отобрали для выставки фотографии, созданные методом архивной печати, которые будут экспонированы в пространстве галереи «Здесь на Таганке» в композиции со специально построенной сайт-специфик-инсталляцией.”

 

ZDES NA TAGANKE Gallery

The exhibition hall was established in 1988 in the Central administrative district of Moscow. During the existence of the Gallery, 700 Russian and foreign, personal and collective exhibitions with the participation of more than 15 thousand artists were held. The Gallery “ZDES na Taganke” is the center of youth art where young artists realize their creative potential under the leadership of professional artists. Priority direction of exhibition is the development of Andrei Bartenev art workshop.

ZDES Na Tagnake Gallery (Галерея «Здесь на Таганке») is a member of the official Moscow City Gallery Network
Taganskaya str., 31/22, “Taganskaya” subway station, Moscow, Russia

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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT / THE AGOG GALLERY

‘SIMULACRUM’ / THE AGOG GALLERY

March 9 – April 22  2018 / JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA

Following the success of his previous exhibitions, ‘The Gift of Water l,ll & lll’ at Gallery One11 and AVA in Cape Town, and the Melrose Gallery in Johannesburg – artist and activist, SaySay.Love, is heading to Maboneng with a new showcase entitled ‘Simulacrum: Re-imagined Realities?’. This exhibition thematically places the life-force that is water at the centre of this showcase of work, and challenges us to question our mortality – where we come from, and where we are going – and what reality we envision for ourselves in the near, and distant future.

‘Simulacrum: Re-imagined Realities’ takes us on a journey of the artists own relationship with water starting with the artwork Baptism, which reflects on the genesis of life – emoting images of DNA – the sequencing of all living things – which ultimately shapes our destiny.

The exhibition is also supplemented by works from ‘The Gift of Water’ which reflect the journey and relationship SaySay has with this life-giving element – captured in its various forms and guises – highlighting the scarcity and preciousness of this valuable resource.

Founded in 2017, Agog Gallery is located in Maboneng – arguably the cultural capital of Johannesburg – and finds its inspiration in the belief that the meaning of art is also the meaning of the artist. Agog gallery is dedicated to the promotion of both local and international artists, and sets out to connect artists with collectors while maintaining a standard of high-quality, yet affordable art.

AN EXCERPT OF SELECTED ARTWORKS

Exhibition will run from the 9th March to 22th April 2018
AGOG Gallery – 12 Lower Ross St, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg, 2094, South Africa

More details about the event can be found on our SIMULACRUM event  page.

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