FEATURED ARTIST: Leo Fitzmaurice, /_\ , 2014. Gum strip on gallery. Dimensions variable. Courtesy The Sunday Painter, London.
WHAT’S ON: Jem Finer: Longplayer, January 1, 2000 - December 31, 2999. Various locations, including Trinity Buoy Wharf Lighthouse, 64 Orchard Place London E14.
Courtesy Art Angel.
FEATURED ARTIST: Leo Fitzmaurice, Misarray, 2008. Detexted packaging. 250 x 30 centimeters. Courtesy the artist.
FEATURED ARTIST: Leo Fitzmaurice
Leo Fitzmaurice’s work usually begins with an observation of a thing or a situation that springs out at him, unsolicited. Although it is often unclear initially, these things or situations do appear to be trying to say something. He then records the observations as truthfully as possible, in the form of: photographs, diagrams, and written descriptions, and then waits – sometimes for years—for a way forward to become apparent. He feels that every one of these encounters is unique and needs to be treated as such; the way forward is not prescribed in terms of his process, but each time he tries to be true to the potential set in motion by the original observation.
Leo Fitzmaurice was born in Shropshire, England, in 1963 and now lives and works in Merseyside. He studied Fine Art at Leicester Polytechnic, Liverpool Polytechnic, and Manchester Metropolitan University. He has most recently shown his work as part of Futbol, The Beautiful Game, LACMA LA, and a solo show /_\ at The Sunday Painter in London.
Leo Fitzmaurice, LAN-GWIDGE, 2013 ‘call out flash,’ parcel tape. 10 x 18 centimeters. Courtesy the artist.
Keiichi Tanaami, Hop Step Jump (CaRTe bLaNChe and Nieves Books, 2011).
Hop Step Jump brings together portraits of colorful, eccentric figures that interpret “Life and Hereafter”, essential truth and source of inspiration to Keiichi Tanaami. Tanaami’s vivid and highly surreal drawings are often considered psychedelic. However, a closer look reveals that his drawings go far beyond psychedelic tropes. They have their roots in his tense personal recollections: memories, dreams and nightmares.
Read about Keiichi Tanaami’s involvement in the upcoming SC exhibition Puddle, Pothole, Portal (October 2, 2014 - January 5, 2015) here.
Courtesy Antenne Books.
FEATURED ARTIST: Nancy Lupo, Tuxedo Feeder, 2014. Black and white quinoa, magic-Smooth, 3- 3 inch cast aluminum animal food dishes and 1-6 inch cast aluminum animal food dish. 46 x 17 x 24 inches. Courtesy the artist.
FEATURED ARTIST: Nancy Lupo, A Nutritional Yeast and Lemon Situation, 2014. Foam, Magic-Sculp, magic-smooth, nutritional yeast, and fake lemons. Courtesy the artist.
FEATURED ARTIST: Nancy Lupo, Pumps for Lunch, 2014. 55-gallon Rubbermaid BRUTE container in yellow, 44-gallon Rubbermaid BRUTE container in yellow, 2 Rubbermaid BRUTE swivel dollies, 2 Tview headrest monitors in beige, media player, and necessary cables and connectors. (2 elements) 33 x 33 x 37 inches and 31 x 31 x 26. Courtesy the artist.
FEATURED ARTIST: Nancy Lupo
WHAT’S ON: Gerold Miller at Mies van der Rohe Haus, June 8 - September 14, 2014. Mies van der Rohe Haus, Oberseestraße 60, Berlin, 13053.
Courtesy Mies van der Rohe Haus, Berlin and Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin.
WHAT’S ON: Hito Steyerl: How Not To Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational Installation, July 2- August 15, 2014. Andrew Kreps Gallery, 537 W. 22nd St New York, NY 10011.
Courtesy Andrew Kreps Gallery.
WHAT’S ON: Jonas Burkhalter: Perennial, June 4 - August 30, 2014. Stampa, Spalenberg 2, 4051 Basel, Switzerland.
Courtesy Stampa Galerie.
"Jamian Juliano-Villani: The Power of Illustration," Jonathan Griffin, Mousse Magazine No. 44, June 2014.
Read about Jamian Juliano-Villani’s involvement in the upcoming SC exhibition Puddle, Pothole, Portal (October 2, 2014 - January 5, 2015) here.
Courtesy Mousse Magazine.
WHAT’S ON: The Human Factor, June 17 - September 7, 2014. Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd., London SE1 8XX.
Featuring: Pawel Althamer, Frank Benson, Huma Bhabha, Maurizio Cattelan, Urs Fischer, Katharina Fritsch, Ryan Gander, Isa Genzken, Rachel Harrison, Georg Herold, Thomas Hirschhorn, Martin Honert, Pierre Huyghe, Jeff Koons, Paul McCarthy, John Miller, Cady Noland, Ugo Rondinone, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Thomas Schütte, Paloma Varga Weisz, Mark Wallinger, Rebecca Warren, Andro Wekua and Cathy Wilkes.
Courtesy Galerie Eva Presenhuber.
Christina von Rotenhan ed., Richard Tuttle: Prints (JRP Ringier, 2014).
From JRP Ringier:
Since the 1970s, in collaboration with renowned printers and publishers, Richard Tuttle has created a diverse printed oeuvre. In sensitively exploiting the unique possibilities of printmaking to make process, materials and actions visible, Tuttle explores the complexity of printmaking processes. “Prints” is the first monograph on Tuttle’s printmaking. Edited by Christina von Rotenhan this publication introduces not only the artist’s unique approach to printmaking with profound scholarly essays and catalogue entries for selected prints between 1973 and 2013, but also reveals Tuttle’s deep interest in the collaborative nature of printmaking.
The timing of the publication is important as Richard Tuttle has also been invited to realize an installation in the Tate’s Turbine Hall. The large-scale installation will provide a powerful counterpoint to the more intimate works from his printed oeuvre.
Courtesy JRP Ringier.