Emile Mold

A short guide to ART-O-RAMA: Signature lines in the first international art fair in the South of France

21 August 2017

ART-O-RAMA is on at Marseille’s Friche la Belle de Mai  running August 25 to 27.

Created in 2007 and now in its 11th edition, the event is the first art fair to take place in the South of France. Run by Jérôme Pantalacci, the curatorial premise has its own unique format that allows the galleries and artists to design their exhibition space; each booth creating ‘signature lines’ in the project.

The fair brings together an intimate number of 26 international galleries and six publishing houses, including a guest project by Sabrina Belouaar. This year’s Showroom, running to September 10, features work by François Bellabas among others.

In addition there are a nunmber of talks moderated by Cédric Aurelle on the themes of “polarisation and the emergence of new contemporary art scenes,” which include ‘The Art Market between Feminism and Decolonialism’ on August 26 and ‘South(s) as a State of Mind’ on August 27.

Notable exhibitors include: 

– London’s Narrative Projects showing Rachel Lowe

 – ltd los angeles showing Josefin Arnell, Arielle de Pinto and Margaret Haines

– Berlin’s Klemm’s showing Fiona Mackay and Émilie Pitoiset

– Berlin’s Exile showing Pakui Hardware, Erik Niedling and Paul Sochacki

– Cologne’s DREI showing Anna Virnich

– Berlin’s Neumeister Bar-Am showing Estrid Lutz and Émile Mold

– Paris’ Antoine Levi showing Daniel Jacoby and Piotr Makowski

– Rotterdam’s Cinnamon showing Esther Tielemans

– London’s ICA showing a number of their most recent publications

– Paris’ mfc-michèle didier showing Fiona Banner, Robert Barry and The Guerrilla Girls

Visit the ART-O-RAMA website for details.**

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It has never been so fluo @ Budapest, Aug 26 – Oct 30

25 August 2015

The It has never been so fluogroup exhibition is opening at a private Budapest address at Vitkovics Mihály utca 3-5 tomorrow, where it will run until October 30.

The multimedia, multi-artist exhibition examines “the aura of advertisements that form us”, and looks at the language of branding that is becoming the one true universal—”we are all fluent in a language…a language of lists, of websites, companies and products”.

The participating artists—which include Estrid Lutz and Emile MoldAda SokolBeata Wilczek, and Oliver Haidutschek—use installations, new media, 3D printing, and internet sourced imagery to express “the effects of social polarization and “world-culture””.

See the FB exhibition page for details. **


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