As follow-up on Nicole Peyrafitte’s & my performances/readings/installations at the Galerie Simoncini in Luxembourg, we have created a page that will gather the materials of our domopoetics collaborations. You can check it out by clicking HERE, it will lead you to a range of visual documents on the events & starts with this video: Peyrafitte/Joris Domopoetic Works at Galerie Simoncini Oct 2017 from Tawil Productions on Vimeo.
via Nicole Peyrafitte’s blog: October 22nd, 2017 Amazing week (preparing, setting up, installing) and uplifting weekend (painting, reading, performing) at the Simoncini Gallery in Luxembourg. We had a three-day opening party during which we nomadically performed our collaborations moving across the three floors of the exhibition. At the lower level we had installed a complete set of Pierre Joris’ publications — about 60 books & chapbooks moving between poetry, essays … Read more Opening Weekend at la Galerie Simoncini Luxembourg
We are in the final stage of readying a 3-tier 5-week show at the Galerie Simoncini in Luxembourg-City. The opening is Friday 20 October at 6 p.m. and we will be conducting performances throughout the weekend. The exhibition runs from 20 October to 26 November. The address of the Simoncini Gallery is 6, rue Notre Dame, Luxembourg, GD of Luxembourg. Phone: +352 47 55 15. — www.galeriesimoncini.lu First floor: ACTION PAINTINGS — on 20 October at 6:30 … Read more Joris & Peyrafitte Book & Exhibition in Luxembourg
Allen Fisher: Frenzy & Self-Control, second series after Blake’s Newton #3, 2013 ink, graphite and watercolour on paper 66 x 77 cm (26 x 30”) This painting is exhibited right now at: Hereford Magna Carta and Forest Law Local artists responding to the legacy. Wednesday, 3rd May to 10th June Apple Store Gallery, 1 Rockfield Rd, Hereford HR1 2UA KENNETH IRBY: TWO EXERCISES for Bob Creeley “Saturday … Read more A Painting by Allen Fisher & Two Poems by Kenneth Irby
Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Hannah Höch, Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven exhibition in Zürich’s Museum Haus Konstruktiv
Fuses from jackie wang on Vimeo. & here the description of her retrospective at the Salzburger Museum der Moderne: Museum der Moderne > Ausstellungen > Aktuell > Carolee Schneemann Kinetic Painting Around 350 works spanning six decades on 18,300 square feet of exhibition space spread across two floors: the highlight of the Museum der Moderne Salzburg’s exhibition programming this fall is a grand retrospective dedicated to the oeuvre of the … Read more Carolee Schneemann Fuses in Salzburg
Last night Nicole & I were at the vernissage /opening of an exhibition of new paintings (pastels and oils) by Irving Petlin, one of our absolutely favorite workers in the field of visual arts — and one of the most literate painters I know. It was as always a major treat, and though I am partial to his pastel works — he is without a doubt the contemporary master in … Read more New Irving Petlin Show in Paris
If in Paris catch the new Irving Petlin show at galerie Jacques Leegenhoek, 35 rue de Lille in the 7th arrondissement: it is amazing — but will close on 30 June. I’ll post on it more solidly in a few days, but wanted to get this out to alert people to he fact that it will close at the end of the month. Don’t miss it!
Another superb new book for this summer: winter music — Photography by Susan Quasha & poems by Robert Kelly. This is a marvelous occasion, especially as it is the first major showing of the color photography of Susan Quasha, co-founder of Station Hill Press for which she has designed a score (hundreds? I’d guess) of books. It is published by ‘T’ Space in Rhinebeck & distributed by Station Hill. … Read more “Winter Music” in June
Check out the London Review Of Books article by Anne Wagner on the Hannah Höch exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in which she suggests that the german artist asked herself the same question she did: “‘What does a woman want?’ I still remember my first encounter with the question Freud put to Marie Bonaparte in 1925, just as I recall my inability to stomach its aggressive and mystifying tone. … Read more Hanna Höch Exhibition