Callicoon Fine ArtsNew York

New York

Callicoon Fine Arts

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Luther Price
‘Ribbon Candy’
2012
80 unique handmade slides in 1 carousel projection.
Variable projection dimensions
Each slide 1″ x 1.5″

Excepts from Luther Price, UTOPIA screening at Transmediale 2014: Afterglow, Berlin, January 29, 21:30h – 23:59h

I BEGAN MAKING HANDMADE SLIDES………….BECAUSE I WOULD HAVE ALL THESE
LEFTOVER TINY SCRAPS OF FILM………FROM EDITING…………LEFT ON MY FLOOR…………BUT, INSTEAD OF
SWEEPING THEM UP WITH A BROOM…………., I KEPT THEM IN TINY PLASTIC BAGS…………..AND SAVED
EVERYTHING……………WHEN I COMPLETED A FILM, I WOULD ALSO MAKE SEVERAL SLIDES, AS A
VARIATION…….I KEPT THESE AS,…WHAT I CALL ”DO DADS”…………..JUST FOR ME ………………..A
SKETCH………………………………………I WOULD THINK ABOUT INSECTS………..HAIR,……………FILTH……………MY
FLESH ……………MY SKIN…………MY HISTORY AND DEATH ………………….THE FRAGMENTS OF LOST FILM MIGHT
BECOME THE ELEMENT OF TRUTH…………..I NEED TO PROCEED ……………..THE STILL STATIC IMAGE,
QUESTIONS FILM ………….SOMETHING I ALWAYS THINK ABOUT…………….AND TRY TO
UNDERSTAND……………….WHAT IS FILM………………?…………..AND WHAT IS FILM…………..CAN IT BE ICE…………..ALL
WE NEED IS LIGHT…………..AND SOME SORT OF MOVEMENT………………A CAST OF LIGHT IN TIME……………..


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Bianca D’AlessandroCopenhagen, DK

Copenhagen, DK

Bianca D’Alessandro

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Tiril Hasselknippe (b. Norway 1984, lives and works in Oslo) studied at Malmö Art Academy, and Cooper Union School of Art, New York. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘Tub’, Bianca D’Alessandro, Copenhagen, 2015; ‘Phones’, Raum Drei, Cologne, 2015; ‘Sophanes’, Evelyn Yard, London, 2014; ‘The Shapers’, Grünerløkka Kunsthall, Oslo, 2014; ‘Young Ocean’, Vestfossen Kunstlabratorium, Vestfossen (NO), 2014. Recent group exhibitions include ‘NN-A NN-A NN-A – New Norwegian Abstraction’, Kunstmuseum, Stavanger (NO), 2016; ‘Roadside Picnic’, Dortmunder Kunstverein, Dortmund, DE, 2016; ‘A Form is a Social Gatherer’, Plymouth Rock, Zürich, 2015; ‘NN-A NN-A NN-A’, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, 2015; ‘One Step Ahead Moving Backwards’, KM Temporaer, Berlin, 2014; ‘Bond Street Bar’, Bond Street, London, 2014. Artist run space CEO, Malmø, 2011 – 2013. Upcoming shows include Kunstverein Braunschweig (DE) (solo), and Tranen, Hellerup (DK) (solo), Galeria Foksal, Warsaw, and A Palazzo Gallery, Brescia, (IT).

Lea von Wintzingerode (b. Bayreuth, Germany 1990, lives and works in Berlin) graduates in June from the M.F.A University of Fine Arts Hamburg, w. Prof. Jutta Koether. She also studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, w. Prof. Daniel Richter (2010-2012). Recent exhibitions include ‘Lodge’ (solo), Bianca D’Alessandro, Copenhagen, 2016; ‘PREVIOUSLY’, Nationalmuseum, Berlin, 2015; ‘Our Future Network. Concepts, Stories and other enactments’, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 2015; ‘YOUNG TEAM’ (solo), Kunstverein Nürnberg – Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft, Nürnberg, 2015; ‘Kunstpreis HISCOX 2014’, Kunsthaus Hamburg; ‘TWO’, w. Christian Falsnaes, Galerie der HFBK, Hochschule für Bildende Kunst, Hamburg, 2014; ‘Lea von Wintzingerode II STILE’ (solo), Secondo Stile by Paolo Chiasera, Berlin, 2013; ‘Moonlight Lounge’, with Julie Gufler, Moonlight Lounge, Berlin, 2013. The publication Lea von Wintzingerode YOUNG TEAM with texts by Jutta Koether, Simone Neuenschwander, Christiane Rekade, published with the exhibition YOUNG TEAM at Kunstverein Nürnberg – Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft in February 2015.


Tiril Hasselknippe, 'Balcony (survival)', 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 95 x 99 x 89 cm Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Tiril Hasselknippe, ‘Balcony (survival)’, 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 95 x 99 x 89 cm
Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Tiril Hasselknippe, 'Balcony (survival)', 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 95 x 99 x 89 cm Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Tiril Hasselknippe, ‘Balcony (survival)’, 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 95 x 99 x 89 cm
Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Lea von Winvzingerode, 'liquid, nürnberger filter, bowl', 2014, Watercolour on board (framed), 74,2 x 90 cm Photo: Annette Kradisch.
Lea von Winvzingerode, ‘liquid, nürnberger filter, bowl’, 2014, Watercolour on board (framed), 74,2 x 90 cm
Photo: Annette Kradisch.
Lea von Wintzingerode, 'glass', 2014, Oil on canvas, 90 x 75 cm Photo: Annette Kradisch.
Lea von Wintzingerode, ‘glass’, 2014, Oil on canvas, 90 x 75 cm
Photo: Annette Kradisch.
Tiril Hasselknippe, 'Tub', 2015, Installation view Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Tiril Hasselknippe, ‘Tub’, 2015, Installation view
Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Tiril Hasselknippe, 'Balcony (supplies)', 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 90 x 90 x 52 cm Photo: Jan Sondergaard
Tiril Hasselknippe, ‘Balcony (supplies)’, 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 90 x 90 x 52 cm
Photo: Jan Sondergaard
Tiril Hasselknippe, 'Balcony (supplies)', 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 90 x 90 x 52 cm Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Tiril Hasselknippe, ‘Balcony (supplies)’, 2015, Concrete, steel, water, and food colouring, 90 x 90 x 52 cm
Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Lea von Wintzingerode, 'Lodge', 2016, Installation view Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Lea von Wintzingerode, ‘Lodge’, 2016, Installation view
Photo: Jan Sondergaard.
Lea von Wintzingerode, 'dancers I', 2014, (diptych), Oil on Canvas, 2 x 70 x 65 cm Photo: Jan Sondergaard
Lea von Wintzingerode, ‘dancers I’, 2014, (diptych), Oil on Canvas, 2 x 70 x 65 cm
Photo: Jan Sondergaard
Lea von Wintzingerode, 'dancers II', 2014, (diptych), Oil on Canvas, 2 x 70 x 65 cm Photo: Jan Sondergaard
Lea von Wintzingerode, ‘dancers II’, 2014, (diptych), Oil on Canvas, 2 x 70 x 65 cm
Photo: Jan Sondergaard
Jan KapsCologne, DE

Cologne, DE

Jan Kaps

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nothing really mattress but I guess I knew that all along



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But the first form of solar love is a cloud raised up over the liquid element. The erotic cloud sometimes becomes a storm and falls back to earth in the form of rain, while lightning staves in the layers of the atmosphere.
 The rain is soon raised up again in the form of an immobile plant.