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Aura Rosenberg in "Art/Histories" at Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Curator: Sabine Breitwieser, Director together, with Christina Penetsdorfer, Curatorial Assistant, Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Artists in the exhibition: Anonym, Kader Attia, Elias Baeck, Lothar Baumgarten, Alfred Baumgartner, Heimrad Bäcker, Michael Blum, Marcel Broodthaers, Johann August Corvinus, Alice Creischer, Gerti Deutsch, Otto Dix, Stan Douglas, Harun Farocki, Omer Fast, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Simone Forti, Andrea Fraser, Andrea Geyer, Dan Graham, Renée Gree, Ernst Haas, Jörg Immendorff / Felix Dröse, Jörg Immendorff, Sanja Iveković, Kurt Kaindl, Gülsün Karamustafa, Anselm Kiefer, Käthe Kollwitz, Christoph Lederwasch, Deimantas Narkevičius, Walid Raad / The Atlas Group, Elaine Reichek, Aura Rosenberg, Martha Rosler, Anri Sala, Andreas Siekmann, Wael Shawky, Chen Shaoxiong, Johann Conrad Stapff, Danh Vō, Lawrence Weiner, Akram Zaatari.

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  F is a biannual magazine published and edited by Adam Marnie. The inaugural issue includes: a central section of photography/painting framed by a ruptured reworking of Benjamin’s Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction that features works by Leigh Ledare, Bobbi Woods, Ryan Foerster, Megan Plunkett, Peter Sutherland and Steel Stillman; an unpublished letter to the editors of Artforum by Justin Lieberman; Rose Marcus photographs paired w a prequel to J. G. Ballard’s Vermilion Sands written by Matt Kenny (in the form of a NYPD interrogation transcript); a selection of Aura Rosenberg’s Dialectical Porn Rocks; and more by Cali Thornhill Dewitt, R. H. Lossin, Kevin Zucker, Heather Rowe, Nowork, Aaron Aujla and Elizabeth Jaeger. F is 11×8.5″, 100 pages, b/w, 250 copies, risograph printed by Jesse Hlebo. Retails for $15. Available here.



Accordin' to this story, all the dogs in the world held a convention back in the beginning of time, their purpose being to set up a code of conduct, like maybe it shouldn't be fair to bite each other in the balls and so on. And there was this one dog that had a copy of Robert's Rules of Order that he'd got somewhere, prob'ly at the same place Cain got his wife. So he automatically became chairman, and the first thing he does is to declare the entire convention a committee of the hole. "Fellas," he says, "canines of the convention. I don't want to tread on no honorable dogs' paws, so I'll just put it this way. When we go back in them smoke-filled rooms to caucus, I'm sure we don't want to smell nothin' but smoke, and the best thing to do it seems to me is to pile our assholes outside, and if someone will make a motion to that effect, I'll be glad to put a second on it." Well, sir, it seemed like such a danged good idea that every dog in the convention jumped up to make the motion, so the chairman declared it was passed by acclamation, and there was a brief recess while all the dogs went outside to stack up their assholes. Then, they went back inside t'carry out their business. And god-danged if a heck of a storm didn't blow up out of nowhere, and it scattered them assholes every which way, mixin' em up so bad that not a one of them dogs was ever able to find his own. So that's why they go around sniffing butts, and they'll probably keep on until the end of time. Because a dog that's lost his ass just can't be happy, even if one of 'em is pretty much like another, and the one he has is in good working order.

Justin Lieberman
Deep Gap, NC
2014

June 14 - August 10
Opening Saturday, June 14: 6-8PM

Rowhouse Project
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Remington, Baltimore

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  For the final two weeks of his solo exhibition, Martos Gallery will present Arbeitsbeschaffungsmaßnahme, a work in which Justin Lieberman has assembled together 176 pieces of drawing, painting, and ephemera authored by a variety of sources, including artists AA Bronson, Kembra Pfahler, Bruce LaBruce, Kate Levant and Lieberman himself. Cut into 300 contiguous parts, the work currently lays stacked in a glass vitirine. The work's label-adhered to the side of the vtirine-acts as a documentary list and a key to the artists and materials incorporated in the piece. Starting on Tuesday, April 1st, Arbeitsbeschaffungsmaßnahme will be on view in its entirety— hung up and reassembled back into a 10 by 16 foot picture, which exists simultaneously as a collage and a salon, a painting and a group show. Stenciled on the surface is the title of the piece, its literal English translation being "job creation scheme". The exhibition will remain open with its concurrent group show, Poor Working Conditions, through Saturday, April 12th.































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The major issues facing feminism and digital art go far beyond a numbers game. Seeking a male-female ratio in exhibitions is just one part of an overarching discussion that’s centered around how to present femininity within digital art and how to carve out a space online and IRL, in-print and on blogs, about feminism’s future. In an attempt to move the conversation off Facebook, I surveyed dozens of young artists, curators, and writers who’re actively engaged with the digital art world, and asked them about the major issues facing feminism in the digital art world today. From private Facebook groups to list-servs, there’s plenty of talk about feminism and digital art online, but you might not know about it; you’d have to be privy to these virtual salons.

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Servane Mary in Object Underscore Objekt
Curated by James Cope
Artadia, New York

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Some of our favorite lady artists are going to be in a group show on September 12 at Martos gallery in Chelsea. The show, titled Lonely Girl, got its name from the YouTube web series LonelyGirl15, which trolled the entire internet in 2006 by presenting a scripted show disguised as a teenage girl's video diary. All of the girls in tonight's show incorporate the internet into their work in some way, and many of the artists themselves have the sort of gargantuan digital footprint that the NSA dreams about in their sloppiest of wet dreams. According to the press release, "The artists in this show represent an unprecedented moment in cultural history—where the artist themselves can be equally or sometimes more visible than their artworks themselves." The show was organized by Asher Penn, the editor of Sex magazine, and features Al Baio, Petra Cortright, Maggie Lee, Greem Jellyfish, Bunny Rogers, Analisa Teachworth, and Amalia Ulman. You might recognize a couple of those names from this very website. Maggie Lee, for instance, has shot four magazine covers for us, which gives her the honor of Most VICE Covers Shot by a Single Photographer (probably…. we’ve never actually counted). And Petra is a crazy person who makes videos like this and was once the object of Teen Laqueefa’s lust. We asked Maggie to send us some photos of the show, but it seems they are doing this thing the old fashioned way and keeping all images of it off the internet, which seems a tad hypocrytical for a show that is at least partially inspired by the internet, but whatever. Just show up at 540 West 29 Street IRL on Thursday night anytime between 6:00 and 8:00 PM and have your brain scrambled.

http://www.vice.com/read/come-on-get-lonely



Servane Mary in "Hymns for Mr. Suzuki" at the Abrons Art Center.
Curated by Karen Archey.


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B.H.Q.F.U. Visiting Lecture Series: Justin Lieberman
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NADA NYC
May 4 - 7, 2012


Jess Fuller @ New Traditionalists opening
Image: Denise Kupferschmidt


wurtz_detail
March 22 6 - 8 pm


Dallas Art Fair
April 13 - 15, 2012
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Nada NYC
May 4 - 7, 2012