Kaspars Groševs

A never-ending performance on entering the time loop in the Bill Murray comedy-inspired Groundhog Day at SIC, Dec 9 – Jan 21

8 December 2017

The Groundhog Day group exhibition is on at Helsinki’s SIC Gallery, opening December 9 and running to January 21.

The show takes its title from the 1993 fantasy comedy Groundhog Day, where the main character played by Bill Murray finds himself in a time loop. It features work by Christian AnderssonNina BeierMerike EstnaCeal FloyerLuca FreiGideonsson/Londré, Kaspars Groševs, Barbora Kleinhamplová + Tereza Stejskalová, Jaakko Pallasvuo and Emily Roysdon

Curated by Andreas Nilsson, the opening weekend will host performances by Gideonsson/Londré together with Mio Lindman’s ‘Activity,’ a “never-ending performance” by Kaspars Groševs and Beier’s ‘The Complete Works’ performed by Leena Gustavson.

Visit the SIC website for details.**

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Kaspars Groševs @ C.C. von Strizky’s Villa, Oct 14- 29

11 October 2016

Kaspars Groševs presents solo exhibition Didn’t have Wi-Fi so i started to paint at Riga’s  C.C. von Strizky’s Villa, opening on October 14 and running to October 29.

The press release provides little information as what to expect, with only a short and humorous list of participants involved:

“Four that is five
12 paintings
Someone who isn’t me
Enigmarelle
Sparkling drinks
N1L
Don Caramel”

Groševs is a multi-disciplinary artist who works across painting, sculpture, installation and sound among others and also co-runs 427 gallery, an artist-run space in Riga which opened in 2014. Recent exhibitions include Release Your Inner Dolphins (2016) at Riga’s C.C. von Strizky’s villa, 
Sans
Serriffe
 (2016) Riga Art Space  and solo show SWIM has issues (2016) at Tallin’s galerii Galerii.

Visit the FB event page for more details.**

Kaspars Groševs, 'Sans Sheriff,' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Riga Art Space.
Kaspars Groševs, ‘Sans Serriffe,’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Riga Art Space.

 

 

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