Remainders at the End of a Summer Bliss, by Lanfranco Aceti, is a curatorial essay that surveys Bill Balaskas’s exhibition, Remains of a Summer Bliss, at the Kalfayan Galleries, Athens and Thessaloniki. Featured on their new platform, Contemporary Arts and Cultures (CAC), the essay is published by the Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA), MIT Press. In a globalized context of ruthless capitalism, this curatorial essay
This year opens with two major international exhibitions and a series of art events by Bill Balaskas. The press release below provides information on the exhibitions and events. The Market Will Save The World at Kasa Gallery January 25 to March 8, 2013 The Vision of the Market at the Museum of Contemporary Cuts January 25 to March 8, 2013 Artist: Bill Balaskas Image credit:
The opening cocktail reception for the exhibition Charles Csuri: Sketchbooks of Time is on March 20, 2012 at 18:00. As Director of Kasa Gallery I am happy to announce the new exhibition Charles Csuri: Sketchbooks of Time. The exhibition is a collaboration with the Leonardo Electronic Almanac, The Ohio State University and Goldsmiths College. The leaflet for the exhibition can be accessed here.
Artistic Squatting is an art exhibition that virtually 'invaded' Google's Headquarters. The exhibition started in 2009 and is still available to be visited on Google's virtual grounds without need for 'permission or forms of identification'. This is what I always liked about contemporary digital media: the virtual impossibility of stopping a process of participation and layering of concepts over the institutionally framed hierarchies.
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF SIGNS IN A LANDSCAPE OF DECEPTIONS ABSTRACT The artwork A Dream Came Through started as an idea in 2006 and was developed in 2008 before the current capitalistic crisis and temporary rebirth of a social conscience in the Western World. 2006 was a time when a critique of the capitalist models of production of riches and their lack of distribution was neither