Exhibiting 5/24 – 6/11 2017
Opening Night: 5/27, 7-10PM
801 E. 4TH PLACE, LOS ANGELES, CA 90013 • PHONE: 213.687.4278
Where contemporary art frequently examines the personal, private inner lives of artists and subjects, or uses the landscape as a metaphor for psychological and emotional experience — these artists evoke and infuse that living, soulful level of existence into the edifices and architecture of the built environment.
I A L C
Richard S. Chow
Nancy R. Wise
April 7th -May 6th 2017 New Art Center
The International Encaustic Artists (IEA) and the New Art Center in Newton (NAC) join together to present "In Flawed Abundance." Juried by Miles Conrad of Conrad Wilde Gallery and organized by IEA Exhibitions Co-Chair Lola Baltzell, this exhibition explores the riddle of living, the struggle to be content with the moment, with what is. Rather than wishing things were different -- not wanting what we have, wanting what we don't have, Mr. Nepo points to the deep truth that everything we need is right before us. Encaustic painting lends itself perfectly to this concept of here and now. There is an immediacy to encaustic which suits an intuitive style of working and its inherent translucent characteristics readily express a wide range of subject matter.
AMBIGUOUS BEING, as a video art-library and film program, presents works of artists from
Taipei, Tel Aviv and Berlin. Political, social and cultural
identities of the cities, as centers of controversy debates on
the future of community values and society, are demanded
and related by crucial boundary experiences and
confrontations with the other.
In February 2011, we stayed in the Cite des Arts in Paris, France for a six month artist residency. Our studio number in Paris was Studio 2224. There, we met artists in different fields, from all over the world. In addition to focusing on creating our own work, we were inspired by each other’s music, films and performances. We socialized, talked about life, and even collaborated.
After we came back from Paris in July 2011, I started to look for a space will continue that spirit we had in Paris, so we started an artist run space just called studio 2224,
and we hope Studio 2224 Taipei will continue that spirit of spontaneous collaboration, and we hope you will join us!
Studio2224 was currently closed down in Taipei.
It was a great project, and we really had a great few years running it :)
Ovidiu Anton, Guillaume Aubry, Alexandra Baumgartner, Catrin Bolt, Åsil Bøthun, Eva Chytilek, Audrey Cottin, Jakob Emdal, Eva Engelbert, Ann Guillaume, Akiko Hoshina, Franz Kapfer, Maryse Larivière, Sissa Micheli, Takao Minami, Judith Pichlmüller, Vanessa Safavi, Marie-Alice Schultz, Charlene Shih, Pier Stockholm, Özlem Sulak, Shingo Yoshida, Anna-Sabina Zürrer
Curator: Elsy Lahner
Opening: Wednesday, November 9, 2011, 6 - 9pm
Exhibition duration: November 10 - 26, 2011Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 2 - 7pm, closed on Sundays
Cité internationale des Arts
18 rue de l\'Hôtel de Ville
+33 (0)1 42 78 71 72
Métro: Pont Marie, Saint-Paul
Paris, through the ages, has always attracted artists and intellectuals from around the world. Each year, the \"Cité Internationale des Arts\" offers a variety of international artists the opportunity to work in Paris, getting to know the city, its inhabitants and the local art scene.
What were the expectations, ideas and conceivabilities in taking up this scholarship? In which ways are artists influenced by this place rich in tradition and history? What kind of production conditions and new opportunities are they facing?
The exhibition \"Le Choix de Paris\" brings together the work of Cité-scholars from various fields of visual arts. It shows works in which artists - from different countries with a different cultural background – deal with their stay in Paris, responding to the city, its everday life, referring to current happenings, to events of the day, and to their own experiences.
Vernissage le 22 juin 2011 de 19h00 à 00h00. 2011
L\'empreinte du temps
On ne se baigne jamais deux fois dans le même fleuve, car ce sont toujours de nouvelles eaux qui coulent -- Héraclite d\'Ephèse
Combien de chances y a-t-il de voir trois personnes collaborer ensemble? Taiwan est une île qui a sept heures de décalage horaire avec la France. Nous sommes trois artistes venant de Taiwan et nous avons franchi ces sept heures de décalage pour arriver ici.
Nous avons plongé dans la rivière du temps de Paris, qui fut à la fois celle de Marcel Proust, Walter Benjamin et Jean-Luc Godard…
Nous présentons trois projets liés au temps, considéré sous trois points de vue différents :
— Le temps du corps — 40 par Charlene Shih
— Le temps de l’imprimerie — Dialogue remixé de style FF par Li-Ming Cheng
— Le temps de la lumière — La lumière dépasse le temps No°2 par Chi-Yang Chiang
2010/08/20 透視內幕：台北聽障奧運 首映記者會