GROUP SHOWS 

Darío Escobar at Museo Jumex

Darío Escobar is a part of the exhibition 'Colección Jumex: On the Razor’s Edge' at Museo Jumex in Mexico City with his work 'Transparent Sculpture IV' (2014). ⁠ ⁠

The exhibition will run until 13.02.2021. ⁠ ⁠

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Work Details: ⁠ ⁠

Dario Escobar ⁠
Transparent Sculpture IV, 2014 ⁠
Wood & metal. ⁠
177,88 x 206,4 x 117 cm (70,03 x 81,26 x 46,06 in)

Collection Jumex Museum, Mexico City.

 

 

Photo credit: Studio Dario Escobar 

 

Photo credit: Studio Dario Escobar 

GROUP SHOWS 

Dario Escobar at Phoenix Art Museum

Dario Escobar is a part of the exhibition 'Stories of Abstraction: Contemporary Latin American Art in the Global Context' at Phoenix Art Museum with his work 'Broken Circle VIII' (2013)⁠

The exhibition will open 01.10.2020 and will run until 31.01.2021. ⁠

Location: Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona⁠

For more information please click here
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'Stories of Abstraction: Contemporary Latin American Art in the Global Context presents rarely seen artworks by some of Latin America’s most innovative contemporary artists to uncover how abstraction can be used to generate new narratives, insightful social commentary, and even political change' - Phoenix Art Museum⁠

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Details:⁠

Dario Escobar ⁠
Broken Circle VIII, 2013⁠
Plastic & Steel.⁠
470 x 220 x 1 cm (185,04 x 86,61 x ,39 in)⁠

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Collection Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix⁠


News 

Artist Talk · Charlotte Brüel and Tove Storch at NILS STÆRK

We look forward to welcoming you to a talk between Danish artists Charlotte Brüel and Tove Storch at NILS STÆRK as part of CHART De-Centred 2020. ⁠

August 28 · 16:30 - 17:15⁠

The talk is moderated by Birgitte Anderberg, senior curator at Statens Museum for Kunst.⁠

This talk will be in Danish, but is going to be filmed and will be available online with subtitles.⁠

Please click here to RSVP for the event.

 

News 

SUPERFLEX 'One Two Three Swing!' at Vordingborg Vandhus⁠⠀

SUPERFLEX is proud to announce that One Two Three Swing! is opening in Vordingborg Vandhus in Denmark. On August 20th, the first ever permanent public installation of the swings will be open to the public in the town of Vordingborg. The location is particularly special as it is the hometown of SUPERFLEX members Bjørnstjerne Christiansen and Rasmus Nielsen. The project will contribute to the municipality of Vordingborg’s vision of enriching local cultural life.⁠⠀
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One Two Three Swing! invites its users to activate the potential of collective movement. The swings will be located at the front of the building and continue in the back, suggesting a rippling of social momentum throughout Vordingborg Vandhus. While expanding into the greater community, the work connects to its other iterations around the world thus activating the public space as one of collective play, action, and energy.⁠⠀
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Location:⁠⠀
DGI Huset Vordingborg⁠⠀
Solbakkevej 42⁠⠀
4760 Vordingborg ⁠⠀
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One Two Three Swing! was Originally commissioned by Tate Modern for the Hyundai Commission in 2017⁠⠀
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Acknowledgements:⁠⠀
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One Two Three Swing! is developed in close collaboration with KWY.studio; graphic design and identity was developed by Rasmus Koch Studio; structural engineering by Betar; technical design and production by Nupergo.⁠⠀
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One Two Three Swing! Vordingborg Vandhus would not have been possible without the unconditional support of the Vordingborg Council and Statens Kunstfond. ⁠⠀
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Courtesy NILS STÆRK, Copenhagen

 

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GROUP SHOWS 

SUPERFLEX is a part of the group exhibition 'Le Cours des Choses' at CAPC musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux

'The Working Life' (2013) by SUPERFLEX is a part of the group exhibition 'Le Cours des Choses' at CAPC musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux until August 16. 2020. ⁠ ⁠ The exhibition features video work from more than 30 visual artists whose work can be reinterpreted in the light of the current global health crisis. ⁠ ⁠ 'The Working Life' is a 9.50-minute film addressing the work situation from a therapeutic perspective. ⁠

To read more about the work and the exhibition please click here