David Ostrowski

Events + exhibitions, Apr 20 – 26

21 April 2015

Art Brussels is on in Belgium on the week beginning April 20, with a couple events of interest surrounding the art fair, including a group exhibition at Galerie Albert Baronian.  There’s a show on at Oslo10 in Switzerland with an installation by Agatha Valkyrie Ice and a performance by DJ HVAD and the first Swimming Pool Projects exhibition, including Stefania Batoeva, Emanuel Röhss and Yves Scherer, is on in Sofia, Bulgaria.

In Berlin, Janus are putting on a show at Berghain’s Panorama Bar and David Ostrowski is presenting a special commission for 032c Workshop, while Britta Thie is opening her Translantics exhibition/ web series with a performance with Dan Bodan in Frankfurt.

In London, Jupiter Woods continues its at continental margins (propositions) programme with presentations by Lawrence Abu Hamdan and Emily Jones, David Douard is showing at Union Pacific and Erica Scourti, Hannah Black and Aisha Abid Hussuan are among the artists screening work at the April Salon commemorating 40 years of the Feminist Library.

There’s more so see below:

EVENTS

Wade Shepard @ Waterstones, Apr 20

Emily Sundblad @ The Kitchen, Apr 23 – 25

FW>> @ Dance Tunnel, Apr 23

The n+1 Labor and Letters Symposium @ The Bell House, Apr 23

Dear White People @ Stratford East Picturehouse, Apr 23

Lawrence Abu Hamdan @ Jupiter Woods, Apr 23

David Ostrowski @ SOCIÉTÉ DE 032c bar night, Apr 24

Janus @ Panorama Bar, Apr 24

Art Brussels Apr 24 – 27

I Trust This Program @ Apiary Studios, Apr 24

Lawrence Lek @ Royal Academy of Arts, Apr 24

Welcome to Ai Crib! @ Oslo10, Apr 25

Harold Offeh @ The Cock Tavern, Apr 25

Crimes of the Future @ The Yard, Apr 25

Steven Baelen @ Levy Delval, Apr 23

Vimeodrome @ The Interview Room, Apr 25

Dorine van Meel @ DRAF, Apr 25

The Male Gaze: Women on Screen @ The Feminist Library, Apr 25

Readings @ Ladette Space, Apr 25

Britta Thie + Dan Bodan @ Schirn Kunsthalle, Apr 25

Emily Jones @ Jupiter Woods, Apr 25

OPENINGS

Looks @ ICA, Apr 22 – Jun 21

Zak Kitnick @ C L E A R I N G, Apr 22 – Jun 13

Jala Wahid + Nicole Morris @ Artyčok.tv, Apr 22 – May 22

Astrid Nippoldt @ The Gallery Apart, Apr 23 – Jun 13

Mike Goldby @ monCHERI, Apr 23 – Jun 6

Dimension(s) Variable @ The Waiting Room., Apr 23 – May 15

David Douard @ Union Pacific, Apr 23 – May 23

Bea Fremderman @ Aran Cravey, Apr 23 – Jun 13

To blow smoke in order to heal @ Albert Baronian, Apr 24 – May 30

MATERIAL @ Johann König, Apr 24 – Jun 27

Charlie Godet Thomas @ Cactus, Apr 24 – May 17

Mitra Saboury @ Smart Objects, Apr 24 – May 22

Josh Bitelli @ tank.tv, Apr 24 – May 15

Gery Georgieva @ Res. Apr 24 – May 9

Barbara Visser @ Kunstraum, Apr 24 – Jun 13


Beyond the Interface @ Furtherfield Gallery, Apr 24 – Jun 21

Sofia Leiby @ Levy Delval, Apr 23 – May 23

Balconia @ Swimmming Pool Projects, Apr 25 – May 31

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See here for exhibitions opening last week.

Header image: at continental margins (propositions) (2015) @ Jupiter Woods.

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Beware Wet Paint @ ICA, Sep 23 – Nov 16

22 September 2014

The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) is hosting the Beware Wet Paint group exhibition at their London space from September 23 to November 16.

The collaborative exhibition features a variety of artists for whom “painting forms a single strand within a multidisciplinary practice”. Among them is target painter Ned Vena, the so-called ‘word painter’ Christopher Wool, as well works by ‘denim-painter’ Korakrit Arunanondchai (whose 2557 show is also running at London’s Carlos/Ishikawa), Isabelle Cornaro, Jeff Elrod, Nikolas Gambaroff, Parker ItoDavid Ostrowski, and Pamela Rosenkranz.

The exhibition, derived from a quote by Marcel Duchamp, underlines the potential disruptiveness of an otherwise traditional art form in the hands of those said to be ‘practicing without a license’, a phrase used to describe Wool’s work at Guggenheim talk.

Alongside the standard physical exhibition, Beware Wet Paint will also feature Discussing Beware Wet Paint with ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir and artists Oscar Murillo and Brian Fay on September 24, as well as a Gallery Tour with Muir on October 2.

See the ICA exhibition page for details. **

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