The 14th Berliner Liste, the largest Berlin Art Fair, will place in September, from 15th to 17th 2017, at one of the most important historic venues in the city – Postbahnhof. Berlin’s biggest and longest established art fair showcased affordable, innovative and contemporary artwork. Berliner Liste unites galleries and individual artists under one roof, giving them a wonderful opportunity to exhibit their art and share their visions – last year, we hosted 112 exhibitors from 25 countries. Entering the doors of our fair, more than 10.000 visitors stepped onto a journey of discovery, where contemporary art meets traditional and classical, where artists have the opportunity to meet potential buyers, make new gallery acquaintances, and enjoy the exciting ambiance. Along with the Berlin Art Week, the Berliner Liste, once again, proves that Berlin rightfully has a reputation of the world’s most cutting-edge artistic center, as well as the Berlin’s artists justify their limelight positions.
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CHART ART FAIR
CHART ART FAIR, the leading Nordic contemporary art fair, returns to The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen from 1 – 3 September 2017. For its 5th edition CHART will bring an expanded network of the most prominent Nordic art galleries accompanied by a bespoke programme of talks, events and architectural installations.
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CODE ART FAIR
Code is a new, ambitious art fair located in Copenhagen, Denmark, one of the world’s most vibrant and forward-looking capitals. As the only international art fair in Scandinavia, our mission is to discover and showcase some of the best contemporary art, not only from the Scandinavian region, but from around the world.
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d’Haudrecy Art Gallery
Friday up until Monday 11h – 13h & 14h30 – 18h
and by appointment
Riga’ • bronze • 67 x 33 x 25 cm
Emanuele De Reggi
« Emanuele De Reggi’s imposing bronze statues have the Olympian impassibility of pudicity.
Before offering themselves to our sight, they urge us to listen to their secret histories.
Their nature, as the Physiologist would say, becomes cold and solid by the incandescent alchemy
of a casting that, in the blue-green sparkle of its oxidation, renders their surfaces pellucid
and rippled, smooth and rough, all at one and the same time. »
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Opening hours July
Thu matiné: 11.00 – 14:00 and nocturne: 19:00 – 22:00
Fri matiné: 11.00 – 14:00 and nocturne: 19:00 – 22:00
Sat matiné: 11.00 – 14:00 and nocturne: 19:00 – 22:00
Sun afternoon: 13:00 – 17:00
Goran Djurovic, ‘The Smoker’, oil on canvas, 90 x 70 cm, 2017
Guy Pieters Gallery Zeedijk
Wednesday up until Monday 10h – 18h
WILLIAM SWEETLOVE – The First Plastic World War
Guy Pieters Gallery
Wednesday up until Monday 10h – 18h
DAVID SPILLER – Love is Real
Mulier Mulier Gallery
De Wielingen 14
CHERI SAMBA – Paintings
Galerie Pont & Plas
Thursday & Friday 13h30 – 18h
Saturday 11h30 – 17h
In haar nieuwe collectie Around and About tracht Gésine Hackenberg de vorm en energie in sieraden te vatten die door een draaibeweging ontstaan.
Het uitgangsmateriaal voor deze serie is klei, en het proces van keramiek draaien op een pottenbakkersschijf wordt een expressief medium. Gésine Hackenberg laat hierbij associaties van wervelende lichamen en tollen met klassieke vaasvormen versmelten. Zij materialiseren de bijna meditatieve concentratie die onlosmakelijk verbonden is aan het maakproces, maar ook elke dynamiek waarbij letterlijk of metaforisch een middelpunt in balans gehouden wordt.
De vorm van keramiek lijkt op dat moment een lichaam voor de menselijke geest te worden.
Wednesday up until Sunday 12h – 18h
Thomas Lippick is al 30 jaar bezig met een oude traditionele schildertechniek, tempera. In tegenstelling tot olieverf worden pigmenten gemengd met een emulsie waarmee ook de kleuren met water kunnen verdund worden. Dit is ideaal voor het werk van Thomas Lippick, die grootschalige, meerdere kleuren aanbrengt op het canvas om zijn individuele ontwerpen te creëren. De meervoudige lagen en kleuren van de schilderijen met hun onduidelijke, niet-specifieke beelden creëren een speciale diepte die samenhangt met het verloop van tijd, beelden van het verleden en de tijd op zich. Het soms meditatieve effect van het werk vergt de kijker om zeer nauwlettend te kijken naar de schilderijen die ze volledig onderdompelt.
Friday up until Sunday 10h – 18h
and by appointment
YVAN THEYS – GODFRIED VERVISCH – DIRK DEMEYERE
PHILIPPE GOUWY – DANNY HOORELBEKE – BRUNO MERTENS
ORTRUD STURM – KARL VANDENBRGHE – NICOLAS VAN VOSSELEN
Galerie S & H De Buck
July and August only by appointment
Kim Stumpf & Robert Van Dromme
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Gallery Sofie Van de Velde
Leon Stynenstraat 21
Thursday up until Sunday 14h -18h
Wordswordswords Part II
The exhibition ‘wordswordswords’ will shine a light on the use of words
throughout the generations. Disruptive, symbolic, soundless, imaginative, …
all the artists give their own interpretation on what words can be.
With works by Ante Timmermans, Navid Nuur, Philippe Vandenberg, Robert Devriendt, Bruce Nauman, Saâdane Afif, Marie José Burki & many more, this exhibition owes a debt to the rich world of language.
Etablissement d’en face
Wednesday up until Sunday 14h – 18h
THOMAS RUFF – INTERIORS
It is possible to order a tailor-made reproduction through the webstore.
The Van Gogh Museum announced a new service: for the first time ever, the museum is making a considerable part of its collection available upon request. Thanks to printing on demand, everyone now has the opportunity to own a personalised work by Vincent van Gogh.
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Christopher Wool, installation view, Galerie Max Hetzler, 2017. Photo: def-image.com. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin I Paris.
Galerie Max Hetzler announces a solo exhibition with new works by Christopher Wool in Bleibtreustrasse 45.
Since the early 1980’s, Christopher Wool explores the process and properties of painting itself. By reducing physical and compositorial principals and experimenting with different painting as well as reproduction techniques, he constantly broadens the notion of this medium. Methods of repetition, layering and erasing build major means of Wool’s artistic practice, focussing always on essential elements like form, line and colour.
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Bill Scovill, photo of Norman Rockwell in his Stockbridge studio, 1960. Norman Rockwell Museum Collection. ©Norman Rockwell Family Agency. All rights reserved.
This summer, the Norman Rockwell Museum presents the first exhibition to pair Rockwell (1894–1978) and Andy Warhol (1928–1987), examining their artistic and cultural influence during their lifetimes and their ongoing legacies. With 100 works of art, a selection of archival materials, and objects relating to their work and lives, Inventing America: Rockwell and Warhol shows how both of these internationally celebrated image-makers—among America’s most important visual communicators—created enduring icons, and opened new ways of seeing.
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A Royal Geographical Society, Patron’s Medal awarded to 32 Edward Ayearst Reeves. Estimate: £8,000-12,000.
This summer will see a very interesting sale of British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals at Spink London. The sale is packed with quality material and many historically important items. The sale will take place on the 5th July and contains a substantial collection of Celtic coins, the remaining coins from the Lord Stewartby Collection, which Spink have had the pleasure of selling throughout 2016-17, and a collection of Historical Medals.
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During the summer of 2017, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag is taking visitors on an extensive tour of the life and work of Piet Mondrian. The journey leads them to Amsterdam, Paris, London and New York – the great world cities where Mondrian could give free rein to his genius and make the discoveries that enabled him to revolutionize art. With the biggest and best collection of Mondrians anywhere in the world, the Gemeentemuseum is in a position to illustrate every stage of the artist’s amazing career in spectacular fashion. This grand tribute to the pioneering artist opened on 3 June and is part of the year-long Mondrian to Dutch design. 100 years of De Stijl event. In the course of 2017 the Gemeentemuseum will hold no fewer than four exhibitions in honour of the revolutionary spirits of the De Stijl movement.
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Lady Lilith celebrates the beauty of the artist’s first mistress, Fanny Cornforth. Courtesy Sotheby’s.
In July this year, Sotheby’s will offer the only version of one of the most iconic works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti to remain in private hands. A celebration of the beauty of the artist’s first mistress, Fanny Cornforth, and a pictorial hymn to her glorious corn-gold hair, Lady Lilith comes to auction for the first time in thirty years. The work was painted during Rossetti’s most innovative period in the 1860s, when he created the cult of the Pre-Raphaelite beauty, or ‘Stunner’ as he called them, whose physical qualities were embodied by Fanny Cornforth. Two other paintings of Lady Lilith were produced by Rossetti during this decade and they now hang in museums in the US. The rediscovered picture will be offered at Sotheby’s London sale of Victorian, Pre-Raphaelite & British Impressionist Art on 13 July with an estimate of £400,000-600,000.
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Installation view. Reena Spaulings. Her And No. Museum Ludwig, Köln 2017 © Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln, Britta Schlier.
Who—or what—is Reena Spaulings? Since 2004 the name has stood for various collective artistic activities. Initially Reena Spaulings was the title of a novel written by an undisclosed number of anonymous authors from the circle of the artist collective Bernadette Corporation. Around the same time, a commercial gallery with an exhibition space in New York was founded, which since then has represented artists such as Merlin Carpenter, Jutta Koether, Claire Fontaine, and Klara Lidén. Also in 2004, an artist collective was formed that operates under the name of the fictional artist Reena Spaulings, creating collective paintings that are both reflective of the system and self-deprecating.
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Incense Burner with White and Silver, 5.75 x 4.5 x 4.5”, stoneware.
Lacoste Gallery presents its exhibition Shozo Michikawa • Solo from June 3-28, 2017 with the internationally renowned Japanese ceramic sculptor. Michikawa is highly regarded as a contemporary master of Japanese ceramics with his work found in major museums and private collections worldwide. Born on the island of Hokkaido in the most northern part of Japan, he worked in business until evening classes gave him a passion for clay. Dedicating himself to ceramics, he works from his studio in Seto, one of the sites of the six ancient kilns in Japan. His innovative works that start on the potter’s wheel and often twist on an internal axis are sculptural yet retain a core of functional pottery. The artist insists on this “as pottery was so integral to people’s lives in Japan”. Each piece is faceted and glazed to mimic the effects of nature.
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The Chrysler Museum of Art received a major gift of glass from the stellar collection of Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser. Their generous donation of 46 works consists primarily of Studio Glass movement and contemporary glass from the 1970s through the 2000s. Additional examples represent the mid 20th century, including both studio and mass production from leading glass factories.
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Joe Minter (b. 1943) , “Camel at the Water Hole,” 1995. Welded found metal, 56 x 47 x 51 in. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, museum purchase, American Art Trust Fund, and gift of the Souls Grown Deep Foundation from the William S. Arnett Collection. Artwork: © 2017 Joe Minter / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco present Revelations: Art from the African American South, an original exhibition celebrating the historic acquisition of 62 works of art by 22 contemporary African American artists. Works include paintings, sculptures, drawings, and quilts by acclaimed artists such as Thornton Dial (1928-2016), Ralph Griffin (1925-1992), Bessie Harvey (1929-1994), Lonnie Holley (b. 1950), Joe Light (1934-2005), Ronald Lockett (1965-1998), Joe Minter (b. 1943), Jessie T. Pettway (b. 1929), Mary T. Smith (1904-1995), Mose Tolliver (1919-2006), Annie Mae Young (1928-2012), and Purvis Young (1943-2010). These pieces join the Fine Arts Museums’ renowned collection of American art, adding an essential chapter.
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Art Nocturne Knocke in Knokke-Heist is one of the most important fairs of art and antiquities in Europe in the summer season. Visitors are young art lovers and older collectors who know to appreciate this show in the evening with its unique style and exquisite exhibitors. The exhibition is not only an art exhibition but is also clearly intended to buy art there. It is an exclusive experience in the summer atmosphere at the coast.