Curated by Sadie Laska Opening Party Page Animal Farm Sunday Hours Beginning Sunday, May 14, 2017, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center will present a group exhibition curated by Sadie Laska, including works from The Brant Collection and loans from museums, galleries and other private collections. The lobster hung at William Copley’s gallery on Broadway. Traveled to: The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea.
Artists in the exhibition include 1980s pop icons from the collection, such as Kenny Scharf and Jean-Michel Basquiat, alongside artists whose work has been influenced by pop, politics and media, such as Nina Chanel Abney, Katherine Bernhardt, Lizzi Bougatsos, Joe Bradley, Sarah Braman, William N. He was an adjunct at SVA, wrote at night with JMB; kissed Haring and met Pensato at the studio school.
C., USA Abraaj Capital Prize, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 2008 Cairo Biennale, Prize of the Biennale, Cairo, Egypt 2005 Nominee for the Marcel Duchamp Prize, Paris, France 1997 “Une Algérie d ʼEnfance”, The Leica Special Prize, Paris, France Solo Exhibitions 2010 “Holy Land”, Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Italy 2009 “Po(l)etical”, Krinzinger Gallery, Vienna, Austria “As a fold, Horizon is not a space”, Galerie Christian Nagel, Berlin, Germany “Kasbah”, Centre de Création Contemporaine de Tours, Tours, France “Signs of Reappropriation”, The Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, USA “Failures”, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2008 “Signs of Reappropriation”, The Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, USA “Black & white: signs of times”, Centro de Arte Contemporaneo Huarte, Spain “New Works”, Henry Art Gallery, Faye G.
Allen Center for the Visual Arts, University of Washington, Seattle, USA 2007 “Momentum 9”, ICA, Boston, USA “Square Dreams”, Baltic Center for Contemporary Art, Newcastle, UK “Who cares?
This history is as material as iron itself, a product of many rooted relations.
As Thornton Dial shredded once-valuable metal to make a flag, Alex Bag shredded the nature documentary to make a feminist declaration of war. Three fish wore toad masks on a stage under a dissected pickup truck.
”, Haïfa Museum of Art, Israel “Do what you want but don’t tell anybody”, Christian Nagel Gallery, Berlin, Germany 2006 “Tsunami”, Magasin, CNAC, Grenoble, France Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, France “Sweet sweat”, Andréhn-Schiptjenko Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden 2005 The Gallery @ Sketch, London, UK 2004 “Hallal”, Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris, France 2002 “Alter Ego”, Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris, France 2001 “Photostories”, Martine et Thibault de la Châtre, Paris, France 2000 “La Piste d’Atterrissage”, l’Atelier, Centre National de la Photographie, Paris, France 1997 “Instants Urbains”, Galerie L’œil du huit, Paris, France 1996 “Humanistes au Congo”, Centre culturel Français de Brazzaville, Congo Group Exhibitions 2010 “Geographics, A Map of Art Practices in Africa, Past and Present”, Bozar, Palais des Beaux-Arts de Brussels, Belgium “The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age”, Biennale of Sydney, Australia “Dreamlands, Beaubourg”, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France “Told/Untold/Retold”, Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar “The Future of Tradition – The Tradition of Future”, Haus der Kunst, München, Germany Busan Biennale, Busan, Corea Centenary of Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago de Chile, Chile “Project Europa: Imagining the (Im)possible”, The Samuel P.
Fleck Fellowship, Banff, Canada Smithsonian Institution Artist Research Fellowship Program, Washington, D.
Tropez, France “Accélération”, Centre d’Art Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Switzerland “L ʼEmprise du Lieu #4”, Domaine Pommery, Reims, France “Politics of Fear”, Albion, London, UK 2006 1st Architecture, Art and Landscape Biennial of the Canary Islands, Spain “Black Paris – Kunst und Geschichte einer schwarzen Diaspora”, Iwalewa-Haus, Bayreuth, Germany “Nuit Blanche”, Paris, France “Infinities, Art Unlimited”, Art Basel 37, Basel, Switzerland “Take a walk on the wild side”, de Pury & Luxembourg Gallery, Zürich, Switzerland “Notre Histoire”, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France 2005 “Meeting Point”, Sternersen Museum, Oslo, Norway “In between times”, Tramway, Glasgow, UK “Regards des photographes arabes contemporains”, Institute of the Arab World, Paris, France “Big Bang”, Jewish Art and History Museum, Paris, France “Expérience de la durée”, 8th Lyon Biennale, France “Living for the City”, J.
Shainman Gallery, New York, USA “The Loop, Art Unlimited”, Art Basel 36, Basel, Switzerland “Singuliers”, Guangdong Museum of Art, Canton, China 2004 “The Sweatshop, Art Position”, Art Basel Miami, Florida, USA “Videozone”, Video Art Biennale, Herzliya Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel “Near East Project”, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt am Main, Germany Continental Breakfast, Belgrade, Serbia/Czech Republic “Shake”, Centrum für Gegenwartskunst, Linz, Austria “Shake”, Villa Arson, Nice, France 2003 “Correspondance, Statement Area”, Art Basel 34, Basel, Switzerland “Fault Lines”, 50th Biennale di Venezia, Italy “Voyages d’Artistes”, Foundation Electra, Paris, France “Ouvertures Algériennes: créations vivantes”, La Criée, Rennes, France 2002 “Les vertus sont des titres, les souffrances sont des droits”, FRAC Poitou-Charentes, Angoulême, France 2001 “L’Alchimie de la rencontre”, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, France “L’état des choses part 1, Kunstwerke”, Institut d’Art Contemporain, Berlin, Germany Rina Banerjee lives and works in Manhatten, New York. Honors Exhibition for The College Art Association Biennales 2013 55th Biennale di Venezia, Glasstress Museum, Cavalli Franchetti 2012 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7), Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 2011 Yokohama Triennial – Our Magic Hour, curated by Akiko Miki, Japan 2006 Echigo-Tsumari Exhibition 3rd Triennial, curated by Fram Kitwaga, Hatchi, Japan 2005 Greater New York Show, PS1 Mo MA, curated by Klaus Biesenbach 2000 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA Solo Exhibitions 2014 “Disgust”, LA Louver, Los Angeles, California, USA 2013 “What am I made of and how do you know my name”, OTA Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan “A world lost”, Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian, Washington, D.
Calmly she assured me this surgery was necessary and gently broke the news that I would have to be hospitalized for a few days.
I waited, every fiber of my being tuned to the other end of the line.