For those braving the nor'easter storm to visit The Armory Show, don't miss our 2014 sculpture collaboration with Ahmed Alsoudani. The work stands alongside two of the artist's paintings in the booth of Marlborough Gallery. The juxtaposition illustrates Alsoudani's seamless transition from painting to sculpture.
Beyer Projects congratulates John Baldessari on the opening of Learning to Read With John Baldessari at Museo Jumex. This major survey exhibition features more than 50 works, including two of our collaborations with the artist: Camel (Albino) Contemplating Needle (Large), 2013, and Fake Carrot, 2013.
Beyer Projects congratulates Thomas J. Price on his Hales Project Room NY exhibition, Material Visions. The show includes Plain to See, our 2016 collaboration with Price.
The exhibition centers on a bronze statue, Plain to See (2015). The subject, like nearly all of the characters Price depicts, is a black male figure. He wears a plain hooded sweatshirt and sweatpants and holds what appears to be a mobile phone in one hand. His expression and stance are neutral, except for one hand stuffed into a pocket of his sweatshirt. The work poses a challenge to the viewer: how will you choose to see me? The aesthetic and social value traditionally conferred upon the subjects depicted in classical bronze sculptures is recontextualized within a very different contemporary discourse of class, race and gender signifiers. In its arresting monumentality, this anonymous portrait asserts the value of the depicted subject, powerfully subverting traditional social and aesthetic hierarchies. (Hales press release)
Beyer Projects is pleased to announce our first collaboration with Polish-born artist, Agnieszka Kurant. Quasi Object is a kinetic sculpture utilizing internal robotics to delightful effect. The work will debut on September 22 in the Bonner Kunstverein exhibition, The Policeman´s Beard is Half Constructed: Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.
Los Angeles gallery 1301PE is exhibiting recent Petra Cortright works on linen and paper, plus a suite of new videos. Simultaneously, Cortright's nktern fantasia strip sculpture is making its west coast debut in the private viewing room. So don't dare leave the gallery without asking to see it! Exhibition runs through March 4th.
Beethoven's Trumpet (with Ear) by John Baldessari is on view in Paris through January 29, 2017. The work is included in Ludwig Van: The Beethoven Myth at the Philharmonie de Paris.
Beethoven’s life and legacy have become phenomenons that reach well beyond the realm of high culture. The Ludwig van exhibition reproduces his fascinating aura of popularity, which rivals that of political icons and rock stars… From Gustav Klimt to Joseph Beuys, André Gide to Michael Haneke, Edward Burne-Jones to Antoine Bourdelle, John Baldessari, Stanley Kubrick and Pierre Henry, the ghost of Beethoven has continued to haunt artists and fulfil its purpose: to electrify the eye, the ear and the mind. (Philharmonie de Paris)
A Traveling Show opens next week at CAMH, featuring the work of Kay Rosen. The exhibition will include Y, a painted bronze edition produced by Beyer Projects in 2014.
A Traveling Show is an exploration of language, linguistics, and personal communication. At its heart is a selection of mail art exchanged over the past eight years by artists Matt Keegan and Kay Rosen. Their correspondence is augmented by a selection of artworks that includes wall paintings, sculptures, and drawings that demonstrate the artists’ unique and individual approaches to language. (source: CAMH website)