e martë, 16 nëntor 2010
Portraits 101: Available on Blurb.com
Portraits: 101 is the catalog of my new series of digital prints. They were made by collecting the first one hundred and one images found while performing Google images search for particular celebrities, artists, sports figures, politicians, or spiritual leaders.
By combining all of the 101 images, the portraits become time-based, abstract, meta-portraits that reinforce the collective idea or the essence of the publicly held image of that person.
Labels: Ray Beldner
Stephanie Syjuco's project at Frieze 2009 is mention in the book:
Werner, Henry. Modern Art For Sale: Die Bedeutendsten Kunstmessen Der Welt
Palmedia Publishing 2010
"Stephanie Syjuco set up a parasitic workshop in which a small group of artists made bootleg copies of other works exhibited in the fair. The artists used basic and inexpensive materials and worked in a gallery stand at the fair in full view of visitors. The copies were displayed in an adjacent gallery stand. Copystand: an autonomous manufacturing zone drew on Syjuco’s recent projects involving approximate copies: crocheted branded luxury goods, cardboard replicas of Charlotte Perriand furniture and body doubles."
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Labels: Stephanie Syjuco
e enjte, 11 nëntor 2010
Open to the public November 20, 2010, at SFMOMA
A temporary and alternative store/distribution point embedded within the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s fifth floor galleries, Shadowshop will stock hundreds of artists’ multiples, small works, tchotchkes, catalogs, books, zines, media works, and other distributive creative output.
Please join the Catharine Clark Gallery on Friday, November 19, 2010. 4-6 pm for a toast in honor of Stephanie Syjuco's project at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Image by Jamil Hellu (Gloss laminate postcard - available at the Shadow$hop)
Labels: Stephanie Syjuco
Arkheia is pleased to announce the first exhibition of Exposiciones de Archivo, a new program devoted to the public presentation of archives at the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC). In accordance with Arkheia's mission, Exposiciones de Archivo is intended to promote critical reflection and dialogue about the role and value of archives associated with art, the relationship between the document and memory, and the fetishization of the document in archival practice.
The projects included in the exhibition are by the following artists:
Kim Adams, Terry Allen, Francis Alÿs, Carlos Amorales, Gustavo Artigas, Andrea Fraser, Silvia Gruner, Nina Katchadourian, Itzel Martínez del Cañizo, Steve Matheson, Javier Téllez, Mark Tribe, Judi Werthein, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Yukinori Yanagi.
Labels: Nina Katchadourian