Announcements


14-08-2014

Inside Out, Upside Down

NUN-
Isarstrasse 4
D-12053 Berlin

Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 7-10 pm

For the Project Space Festival, Brad Downey will empty the exhibition space with a minimal, yet time-consuming installation, while Jesũs invites friends and disciples for his Last Svpper, a veggie BBQ on the sidewalk.

The exhibition takes place within the first
http://www.projectspacefestival-berlin.com
and
Nun's website here
http://www.nun-berlin.com/about

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13-08-2014

Wermke Leinkauf (Beautiful Public Art/Political Satire)

"The flags had nothing to do with terrorism, and everything to do with our own terrorism." -Newbie

nytimes here:

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/13/arts/design/german-artists-say-they-put-white-flags-on-brooklyn-bridge.html
Wermke Leinkauf here:
http://www.wermke-leinkauf.com/en/

GO BERLIN!!!!

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12-08-2014

Public Discourse screening in Atlanta

Location: Historic Fourth Ward Park
680 Dallas St NE
Atlanta, GA
Living Walls 2014 Outdoor Movie Screening: “Public Discourse” (August 14)

Time: 7:30 PM- 10:30 PM

Details: Living Walls, in partnership with Canvas Planning Group and Atlanta Film Festival, bring to you an outdoor movie experience in one of the most amazing new urban developments in Atlanta. The amphitheater in Historic Fourth Ward Park will play setting for this event. We will screen the acclaimed documentary Public Discourse.

Cost:
FREE

For More Information Visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/529215143873683/

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11-07-2014

Body Sculpture Triple Threat

"See Man"
Material: Klaus Littmann, Glasses,
Basel 2014
"Hair Dressing"
Material: Random Dread, Forks,
St.Petersburg 2014
"Pizza Tie"
Material: Brad, pizza, pen cap
Never Read Book Fair 2014 (in collaboration with possible books)

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29-06-2014

Casus Pacis - St. Petersburg - Manifesta 10 Parrallel Exhibition

CASUS PACIS
The Laminated Plastics Factory (SLOPLAST)
84 Shosse Revolucii
(entrance on Industrialny Prospekt)
June 28 - Sept 15

The exhibit is dedicated to a tragic anniversary, 100 years since the start of World War I, and to the revolution in Ukraine, inching towards a civil war before our very eyes. A century ago, war redrew the map of Europe. Today, the political map of the world is changing dramatically once again. As great empires collapsed in the early twentieth century, they gave way to new independent nation-states, fuelling a multitude of conflicts that are still playing out today. The period from 1914 to 1918 marks a blank page in the creative biographies of many great artists of that period, as they traded their brushes for rifles and fought across Europe. A hundred years later, history has completed an almost mystical circle. The new generation finds itself back at the starting point of political tensions. In 2014, artists are yet to be drafted into the military, but none of us can escape the information war.

In this environment, progressive artists must be cognizant of their responsibility, and declare their position. The anti-war agenda is one of the most important issues we face today. After all, there is no ‘Undo’ button for events so casually set in motion by politicians in their expensively appointed offices.

Artists
665 (Zaporizhia, Ukraine)
AEC / Interesni Kazki (Kiev, Ukraine)
Volt Agapeev (Ternopil, Ukraine)
Ruslan Atrokhov (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Egor Give (Moscow, Russia)
Stas Bags
Pasha Bumazhniy (Earth)
Dmitry Bulnygin (Moscow, Russia)
Vova Vorotnev (Kiev, Ukraine)
Ilya Gaponov (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Gandhi Group (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Donatas Grudovich (Moscow, Russia)
Inga Gurvich (Petrozavodsk, Russia)
Brad Downey (Berlin, Germany)
Stas Dobry (Moscow, Russia)
Escif (Valencia, Spain)
Alexander Zhunev (Perm, Russia)
Zigendemonic (Kiev – Lviv, Ukraine)
Pavel Zyumkin (Moscow, Russia)
Max Ima (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Andrei Lyublinsky (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Kislow (Sevastopol, Crimea)
Isaac Cordal (International)
Dana Kosmina (Kiev, Ukraine)
Roma Kreemos (Moscow, Russia)
Kirill KTO (Moscow, Russia)
Sasha Kurmaz (Homer) (Kiev, Ukraine)
Rustam QBic (Kazan, Russia)
Viktoria Mavi (Kaliningrad, Russia)
Roman Minin (Kharkiv, Ukraine)
Marat Morik (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Misha Most (Moscow, Russia)
Konstantin Novikov (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Vova Nootk (Moscow, Russia)
Pasha 183 (1983–2013)
Vova Pavlov (Yalta, Crimea)
PVH (Just Great Artists) (Moscow, Russia)
Filipp Pishik (Kiev – Moscow, Ukraine – Russia)
Igor Ponosov (Moscow, Russia)
Vladimir Potapov (Moscow, Russia)
Pasha Wais (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Zbiok (Wroclaw, Poland)
Tajiks-Art Group
Timothy Radya (Ekaterinburg, Russia)
Sergiy Radkevich (Lviv, Ukraine)
Dima Rebus (Moscow, Russia)
Rtue (Sevastopol, Crimea)
Rus Crew (Moscow, Russia)
Arseny Sergeev (Moscow – Ekaterinburg, Russia)
Pavel Suslov (Zhukovsky, Russia)
Seth (Paris, France)
Komanda Toy (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Anatoly TSE (Moscow, Russia)
Ivan Tuzov (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Fatum (Kiev, Ukraine)
CHZHNS (Samara, Russia)
Vova Chernyshov (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Dima Shadrin (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Pavel Shugurov (Vladivostok, Russia)
Kirill Shamanov (St. Petersburg, Russia)

More info
http://casuspacis.ru/en/about-exhibition/
http://paralleleventsm10.ru/calendar.html

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