Curatorial

NO REST FOR THE WICKED

No Rest for the Wicked is a curatorial project presented at ArtInternational in Istanbul by Lanfranco Aceti. The project will showcase recent artworks by Bill Balaskas as well as a series of exhibitions and art projects developed by MoCC (Museum of Contemporary Cuts) since 2012. No Rest for the Wicked will provide the opportunity to engage with an international organization and a range of international artists that are tirelessly altering […]

By |September 14th, 2014|Curatorial, News|0 Comments

THE AESTHETICS OF SCALE

The Aesthetics of Scale: Or on How to Grasp the Little Things is a convened curatorial talk at the John Hansard Gallery in Southampton that will see my participation as well as that of distinguished speakers Bill Balaskas, Bronwen Buckeridge, Sunil Manghani and Helen Sloan. The talk will focus on the concepts that underpin the exhibition The Small Infinite and provide a moment of reflection on the aesthetics of scale […]

By |September 12th, 2014|Curatorial, News|0 Comments

THE SMALL INFINITE

The Small Infinite is a new exhibition I have conceived and am curating at the John Hansard Gallery together with Vince Dziekan. The preview is August 4, 2014 from 6pm to 8pm. The featured artists are: Mark Amerika, Elif Ayiter, Bill Balaskas, Bronwen Buckeridge, Sophie Clements, Susan Collins, Max Eastley, Tim Head, Henriette Heise, Chris Henschke, John Latham, Mark Lewis, Karl Lemieux, Patrick Pound, Charlie Sofo and Paul Thomas.

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By |July 24th, 2014|Curatorial, News|0 Comments

AN OPERA OF LABOUR AND REVOLUTION

The exhibition An Opera of Labour and Revolution takes an unsentimental look at the collective and its expressions both today and in the past, juxtaposing artworks based on the iconography of heroic, revolutionary gestures or collaborative, unified action. The artists selected for this exhibition are Bill Balaskas, Paolo Cirio, Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Felix Gmelin and Taus Makhacheva. The exhibition reminds of the need for alteration and redesign […]

By |June 11th, 2014|Curatorial, Events, News|0 Comments

SUGGESTIONS FOR ART THAT COULD BE CALLED RED

Suggestions for Art That Could Be Called Red is the new exhibition by the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC), which presents artworks by Bill Balaskas, Felix Gmelin, Benjamin Grosser, Karl Heinz Jeron, Kevin Logan, Owen Mundy and Charmaine Ortiz. The exhibition is curated by Lanfranco Aceti and Susanne Jaschko. The exhibition launches a provocation and asks a series of questions on contemporary social structures. What is red art? Or better: […]

By |May 11th, 2014|Curatorial, Events, News|0 Comments

IT LOOKS LIKE ART

It Looks Like Art is the new exhibition of the Media Exhibition Platform (MEP) that coincides with the Sound Art Curating Conference at Goldsmiths and the Courtauld. The exhibition is an international collaboration that sees the partnerships of MEP, NYU Steinhardt, Goldsmiths, Kasa Gallery and other international institutions. The exhibition is a counterpoint to the show at Kasa Gallery titled It Sounds Like Art. The exhibition looks at the complex […]

By |May 2nd, 2014|Curatorial, Events, News|0 Comments

MONEY IS TIME

Money Is Time by Olga Kisseleva is the new exhibition of the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC). The exhibition is a collaboration with Kasa Gallery where another exhibition titled Money Is Time will take place simultaneously. Kisseleva’s works of art have engaged, over the course of her artistic career, with the concept of time and its value, but also with the value of money in relation to time. This dichotomy […]

By |May 2nd, 2014|Curatorial, Events, News|0 Comments

TIME IS MONEY

Time is Money and Money Is Time are the two new exhibitions by Olga Kisseleva for Kasa Gallery and for the Museum of Contemporary Cuts. The exhibitions are conceived as two complementary and intertwined shows that happen simultaneously in physical and online spaces, creating a constant dialogue and reflection on the concept of money and time. Time is Money, the exhibition at Kasa Gallery, will showcase a series of artworks […]

By |May 1st, 2014|Curatorial, Events, News|0 Comments

IT SOUNDS LIKE ART

The new exhibition by Kasa Gallery, It Sounds Like Art, is a collection of sound artworks that explore a variety of environmental, social, aesthetic and conceptual approaches to art. The artworks by John Drever, the duo Jane Grant and John Matthias, Music for Installations (MFI) and Nigel Helyer will provide an insight into sound art practices. The exhibition at Kasa Gallery in Istanbul precedes the Sound Art Curating conference in […]

By |March 20th, 2014|Curatorial, Events, News|0 Comments

MAKING VISIBLE THE INVISIBLE

Making Visible the Invisible: Media, Art, Democracy and Protest is the title of a panel at Kasa Gallery, Friday November 15, 2013, at 5pm that precedes the opening of the exhibition I Occupy. The panel and the exhibition are inspired by “Why I Occupy,” a text by Nicholas Mirzoeff – Professor at NYU -, and analyze the inheritance of the Occupy Wall Street movement and the contemporary relationship between community, art, […]

By |November 11th, 2013|Curatorial, Events, News|0 Comments