The Damned Dam
performance by Lala Rascic and Jusuf Brkic
Friday, June 27, 2014 at 20h
Galerie du jour – agnès b.
44, rue Quincampoix
Special program of exhibition
“Memory Lane” : Contemporary Art Scene from Bosnia and Herzegovina
June 6 – July 27, 2014
curated by: Pierre Courtin
Blind Date Convention
3rd International Festival of Artists’ Book, Ljubljana 2014
21–23 May 2014
KAPSULA, P74 Gallery, CUK Kino Šiška
Thursday, 22 May 2014, 19h
CUK Kino Šiška, Ljubljana
“The second day of the Blind Date Convention marks the opening of the Artists’ Book Fair from 18.00h to 22.00h. You are invited to attend this rich programme of presentations, talks and book signings including hot new releases of art books like “Lala’s Reader” of Lala Raščić at 19h”
Blind Date Convention is the central Slovenian event dedicated to the medium of artist book, artistic periodicals, zines, and artistic editions. The festival will present several dozen local and international producers, artists, self-publishers and independent publishers at three locations in Ljubljana: P74 Center and Gallery, KAPSULA and CUK Kino Šiška. The festival includes an exhibition programme, educational workshops, presentations of newly released artist books and periodicals, promotional events, public talks and guided tours of the fair.
Good Children Gallery
Jessica Bizer, Stephen Collier, Generic Art Solutions, Brian Guidry, Jayme Kalal,
Srdjan Loncar, Daphne Loney, Sophie Lvoff, Malcolm McClay, Aaron McNamee,
Lala Raščić, Christopher Saucedo, Nina Schwanse, Dan Tague
curated by Laura Blereau
May 10 – June 7, 2014
Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St (between Knickerbocker and Flushing/Irving)
Bushwick, Brooklyn NY 11237
How to do Things With Words
Curated by: Vladimir Vidmar
Stari Trg 21, Ljubljana, Slovenia
March 6 – 30, 2014
Opening reception: March 6, 2014, 8 pm
The Damned Dam, performed by Lala Raščić and Jusuf Brkić: Thursday, 6th March, at 9 pm.
Guided tours of the show: Wednesday, 19th March, and Thursday, 27th March, at 6 pm.
The point of departure is the notion of “total work of art” coined more or less in times when the nation state and, consequently, national art were invented. But, just like the totality of artistic experience, once established, has been dismantled, works by Ana Hušman, Lala Rascic, Ivana Franke, David Maljković, Damir Očko, and Fokus grupa (Iva Kovač and Elvis Krstulovic), questioning perception, identity construction, modernist past and present of permanent transition, language and its performativity, do not corroborate national self-presentation in contemporary art.
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©Jusuf Hadžifejzović, Battle for the Piano, installation, 2010
Coming soon: Memory Lane, a collective exhibition of contemporary Bosnian artists
Galerie du Jour – agnès b
Paris in June – July 2014
With works by Gordana Anđelić-Galić, Maja Bajević, Igor Bošnjak, Lana Čmajčanin, Jusuf Hadžifejzović, Nela Hasanbegović, Andrej Ðerković, Ibro Hasanović, Adela Jušić, Šejla Kamerić, Milomir Kovačević, Nina Knežević, Radenko Milak, Mladen Miljanović, Damir Radović, Lala Raščić, Nebojsa Šerić-Shoba, Irena Sladoje, Alma Suljević, Edo Vejselović.
Curator : Pierre Courtin