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  • Beauty Codes (order/disorder/chaos) Act IIinstallation view at #kunsthallelissabon, Lisbon, 2015, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Beauty Codes (order/disorder/chaos) Act IIinstallation view at #kunsthallelissabon, Lisbon, 2015, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Lili Reynaud-DewarWhy should our bodies end at the skin, 2012, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Beauty Codes (order/disorder/chaos) Act IIinstallation view at #kunsthallelissabon, Lisbon, 2015, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Haris EpaminondaUntitled #03 tf, 2014, photo Bruno Lopes
  • André RomãoNotes on the history of violence (ghost version), 2015, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Jacopo MilianiFax and Rope, 2014, photo Bruno Lopes
  • André RomãoSleep, 2015, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Beauty Codes (order/disorder/chaos) Act IIinstallation view at #kunsthallelissabon, Lisbon, 2015, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Haris EpaminondaUntitled #11 tf, 2014, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Beauty Codes (order/disorder/chaos) Act IIinstallation view at #kunsthallelissabon, Lisbon, 2015, photo Bruno Lopes
  • Luca FrancesconiCreationism, 2015, photo Bruno Lopes

Beauty Codes a Kunsthalle Lissabon

27 luglio > 26 settembre 2015

 

Un progetto ideato da CURA., Roma, Fondazione Giuliani, Roma e #kunsthallelissabon, Lisbona

 

ATTO II
#kunsthallelissabon, Lisbona

con Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Haris Epaminonda, Luca Francesconi, Jacopo Miliani, André Romão, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané

 

dal 27 luglio al 26 settembre 2015

 

At the origin of modern thought there is a contrast between order and disorder, “contrasting impulses and tendencies, the modular combination of which produces in every epoch the work of art.” Taking Friedrich Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy as a point of reference, the exhibition Beauty Codes (order/disorder/chaos), is a collaborative project between three international art spaces, CURA., Fondazione Giuliani and #kunsthallelissabon, which unfolds over a six-month period, in three consecutive legs. Loosely constructed around the narrative codes of Greek Tragedy, the exhibition begins with a single voice, then shifts – through the work of twelve international artists – to a gradual process of layering and accumulation, which disrupts the original order with multiple viewpoints, fractured boundaries and subverted roles, finally transitioning to a subsequent subtraction with a new set of objects and traces of previous actions. The complete exhibition cycle is a trajectory from a state of order and harmony, to disorder and chaos, leading to the formation of a new order and quietude.
The project’s Prologue took place in CURA. with the installation Why Should Our Bodies End At The Skin? (2012) by Lili Reynaud-Dewar, a work which serves as the link between the three parts of a play performed on three separate stages, and which was present in a different form in Act I, the group exhibition at Fondazione Giuliani, which also included works by Pedro Barateiro, Pablo Bronstein, Haris Epaminonda, Fischli/Weiss, Jacopo Miliani, Amalia Pica, Alexandre Singh and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané.

Besides Lili Reynaud-Dewar, #kunsthallelissabon’s Act II of Beauty Codes will feature works by Haris Epaminonda, Luca Francesconi, Jacopo Miliani, André Romão and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané.

#kunsthallelissabon is generously supported by Secretaria de Estado da Cultura/Direção Geral das Artes (DGArtes), Teixeira de Freitas, Rodrigues e Associados and by EDP Foundation.

ROMA PUBLICATIONS

 

Catalogo della mostra presso la Fondazione Giuliani, da ottobre a dicembre 2014.

La mostra e il catalogo sono stati redatti e progettati da Roger Willems, in collaborazione con Lorenzo Benedetti e Marc Nagtzaam. Con contributi di Gwenneth Boelens, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Nickel van Duijvenboden, Marlene Dumas, Geert Goiris, Kees Goudzwaard, Sara van der Heide, Arnoud Holleman, Rob Johannesma, Jan Kempenaers, Irene Kopelman, Bart Lodewijks, Mark Manders, Marc Nagtzaam, Oksana Pasaiko, Wouter van Riessen, Nancy Spero, Petra Stavast, Batia Suter, Raymond Taudin Chabot and JCJ Vanderheyden.

Nel retro del libro una panoramica di tutte le 241 pubblicazioni fatte fino ad ora, dal 1998 alla metà del 2015. L’immagine rossa sulla copertina si riferisce ad un’opera di JCJ Vanderheyden: Red Paper, 2001.

 

Edizioni Roma Publications

2015

Inglese

15,00€

 

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PRESENTAZIONE DEL CATALOGO DI ‘ROMA PUBLICATIONS 1998-2014′ AD AMSTERDAM

 

sabato 18 luglio 2015
alle 17:00
San Serriffe
Sint Annenstraat 30, 1012 HE Amsterdam, Paesi Bassi

 

Presentazione del catalogo della mostra ‘Roma Publications 1998-2014′ realizzata tra ottobre e dicembre 2014 presso la Fondazione Giuliani.
La mostra e il catalogo sono stati redatti e progettati da Roger Willems, in collaborazione con Lorenzo Benedetti e Marc Nagtzaam. Con contributi di Gwenneth Boelens, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Nickel van Duijvenboden, Marlene Dumas, Geert Goiris, Kees Goudzwaard, Sara van der Heide, Arnoud Holleman, Rob Johannesma, Jan Kempenaers, Irene Kopelman, Bart Lodewijks, Mark Manders, Marc Nagtzaam, Oksana Pasaiko, Wouter van Riessen, Nancy Spero, Petra Stavast, Batia Suter, Raymond Taudin Chabot and JCJ Vanderheyden.

 

con un breve concerto di Wouter van Riessen, una lettura di Nickel van Duijvenboden e musica di Experimental Jetset