- Ellen Berkenblit
- Anne Collier
- Aliza Nisenbaum
- Julie Curtiss
- Lara Schnitger
- Erik van Lieshout
- Nicole Eisenman
- John Bock
- Marcel Odenbach
- Wilhelm Sasnal
- David Shrigley
- Francis Upritchard
- Martino Gamper
- Matthew Monahan
- Lothar Hempel
- Bendix Harms
- Eberhard Havekost
- Jonas Wood
- Mark Grotjahn
- Brian Calvin
- Saul Fletcher
- Chris Martin
- Alessandro Pessoli
- Shio Kusaka
- Jim Lambie
- Dan McCarthy
- Manfred Pernice
- Sarah Jones
- Robert Janitz
- David Byrd
- Richard Hughes
- Mike Kuchar
- Andy Warhol
Women With Cameras (Self Portrait)
Book launch and signing with Anne Collier
July 10 from 6–8pm
132 East 3rd Street
Breakfast feast and reading by Legion Seven
On the occasion of the recently published book The Dinner Party by Julie Curtiss
Thursday, June 13, 2019
9 AM – 12 PM
Klybeckstrasse 66, Basel, Switzerland
Phillips Collection 2019 Annual Gala
Honoring Aliza Nisenbaum
May 10, 2019
Brunch Book Launch!
Waydown, Ace Hotel Chicago
311 N Morgan Street, Chicago, IL 60607
Saturday, September 29 from 11am – 1pm
Join Anton Kern Gallery, Victoria Press, and Waydown at the Ace Hotel Chicago on Saturday, September 29 in celebration of Ellen Berkenblit's new monograph, Lines. The artist will be in conversation with MCA Chicago James W. Alsdorf Chief Curator Michael Darling.
Drinks and canapes will be served.
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Book Signing and Panel Discussion
Anton Kern Gallery, New York
September 20, 2018, evening time TBC
The Clock Unlocked is presented in conjunction with Ellen Berkenblit’s new monograph, Lines. The gallery will host a book signing and panel discussion featuring contributing writers Linda Yablonsky and Miciah Hussey on Thursday, September 20th.
Erik van Lieshout wins Heineken Prize for Art
Congratulations to Erik van Lieshout, winner of the 2018 Dr. A.H. Heineken Prize for Art!
The international jury for the Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Art has unanimously selected Dutch visual artist Erik van Lieshout as this year's laureate. Van Lieshout will receive a cash prize of EUR 100,000, half of which is meant to finance a publication and/or exhibition. An award ceremony will take place in Amsterdam in September.
Congratulations to Erik van Lieshout and Lara Schnitger for making The 50 most important (living) artists of the Netherlands!
Congratulations to Nicole Eisenman for being inducted into the Academy of Arts and Letters!
Nicole Eisenman Wins $200,000 Artist Prize
The artist Nicole Eisenman has been selected as the winner of the 2020 Suzanne Deal Booth/FLAG Art Foundation Prize, which includes a $200,000 cash award, a catalog and a solo exhibition at the Contemporary Austin and at FLAG in New York.
Fondazione Prada, Milan
September 8, 2018
The exhibition “The Next Quasi-Complex” will culminate in a live lecture, scheduled for September 8th, in which the artist and the actors Lars Eidinger and Sonja Viegener will activate the mobile stage of When I’m looking into the Goat Cheese Baiser, navigating around the installations “like a fly around a carcass.”
Live Musical Performance with Zeena Parkins
The Drawing Center, New York
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 7pm
Live Concert: John Bock & Kris Limbach
Kunsthalle (Kurmuschel) Baden-Baden, Germany
March 2, 2018 at 9pm
Suffragette City at the 3. Berliner Herbstsalon
Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin
November 6 – 11, 2017
Procession: Saturday, November 6, 2017
Festival du nouveau cinéma presents Hell's Bells: A Western
Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, Canada
Saturday, October 14 at 11:30
Original version in German
Subtitled in French
Tribute to Anka and Wilhelm Sasnal showing a complete retrospective of films
CROSSING EUROPE Film Festival
April 25-30, 2017
LowHighTech. E-waste for 3DprintAfrica!
Screening Marcel Odenbach's "Tropenkoller", a film on electronic waste disposal sites in West Africa.
July 12 - 16, 2017
Panel discussion with Marcel Odenbach on July 12 at 7pm
Fakultät für Gestaltung Hochschule Pforzheim
Screening at Japan Society Auditorium, New York
Tuesday, July 10 at 7pm
Co-organized by Japan Society Gallery and the Museum of Sex, this special screening is followed by a discussion with director Travis Klose and Maggie Mustard, curator of the current Museum of Sex exhibition The Incomplete Araki: Sex, Life, and Death in the Works of Nobuyoshi Araki. Moderated by Yukie Kamiya (Director, Japan Society Gallery), this important conversation will focus on Araki’s work and his relationships with his models including in the context of the current #MeToo movement.
LOUVRE UNDERGROUND #2
Videoworks and Soundart in the Tunnel below Louvre
Tunnel des Tuileries
July 1, 2017 from 6–8 p.m.
Showing "Im Schiffbruch nich Schwimmen können" (2011)
Krafta Doc International Art Making Festival, Glasgow, Scotland
October 1, 2017
Screening WORK (2015)