DAIGA GRANTINA: Daiga’s first solo institutional exhibition ATEM, LEHM “FIATO, ARGILLA” in Italy opens tomorrow at GAMeC, Bergamo. For more information click here
DAIGA GRANTINA: Daiga Grantina’s exhibition first exhibition at the gallery Temples has been included in Art Forum, to read Amy Jones’s review, click here
ALVARO BARRINGTON: Join artists Alvaro Barrington and Mohamed Bourouissa in a conversation that tracks their respective practices. Long-standing friends, their discussion will revolve around shared approaches to making artworks that deal with identity, belonging, migration, and power, with an aesthetics that channels art history through lived experience. For online tickets, click here
DAIGA GRANTINA: Join us on Tuesday, 18 May from 7pm for a conversation between Daiga Grantina and curator, writer and artist Jo-ey Tang. The two longtime friends will continue their ongoing dialogue to discuss Grantina’s recent work in the context of her current exhibition at the gallery. The conversation will be held via Zoom – to register click here.
EVGENY ANTUFIEV: Congratulations to Evgeny Antufiev for being included in the 2021 New Museum Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone, curated by Margot Norton and Jamillah James. On view from 27 October to 23 January 2022.
KEMBRA PFAHLER: Kembra Pfahler is featured in Mugler’s Spring 2021 Ready to Wear show.
SUNG TIEU: Congratulations to Sung Tieu for being shortlisted for this year’s Preis der Nationalgalerie! The four nominated artists will present their work in an exhibition at Hamburger Bahnhof on 15 September. The winner will be announced on 7 October.
ALVARO BARRINGTON: Alvaro Barrington’s limited Edition Grandma’s Hands (2020) is available as part of this year’s School Prints. Launched in 2018 by the Hepworth Wakefield, School Prints is an ambitious five-year project to engage every primary school child in Wakefield District with contemporary art.
DAIGA GRANTINA: Accompanying Daiga Grantina’s upcoming exhibition Temples, Emalin Mixtape #004 by Toan Vu-Huu is now available on Soundcloud.
ALVARO BARRINGTON: Episode 46 of Matthew Blunderfield’s Scaffold Podcast features a conversation with Alvaro Barrington.
MEGAN PLUNKETT: On Saturday, 30 January at 8pm EST/5pm PST, Megan Plunkett and Bill Jenkins will present on whatever subject they like, followed by a Q&A. To RSVP, click here.
ALVARO BARRINGTON: Alvaro Barrington’s new publication Crosses is now available. The publication coincides with his current solo exhibition, Garvey 2 – They eyes were watching God, at Corvi Mora, London.
SUNG TIEU: Carina Bukuts has included Sung Tieu’s exhibition Zugzwang at Haus der Kunst, Munich in Frieze’s Top 10 Shows in the EU of 2020.
KEMBRA PFAHLER: Introducing Emalin Stories with a written conversation between Kembra Pfahler and Vaginal Davis, accompanied by a selection of Kembra’s works released specifically for the platform.
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: La Promenade at Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris opens today! A group exhibition including Sophie Calle, Robert Cottingham and Diana Fonseca amongst others.
ASLAN GOISUM: Fearsome (2011-present) is included in the upcoming Communicating Difficult Pasts at LCCA, Riga opening on Saturday, 28 November.
ALVARO BARRINGTON: Visit GARVEYART – a new platform created by Alvaro in collaboration with Concept_NY, Pacific_Pacific and Junior_A – exploring his thoughts about the digital and practice as a community project.
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: New chairs from the Chair for the Invigilator (2019/20) series have been produced for Loving Art. To see where the chairs are located and other works included around the city of Tel Aviv click here
MEGAN PLUNKETT: Opening tomorrow! Megan Plunkett is included in the group exhibition Icon Maintenance at Sweetwater, Berlin. Other artists included are: Sofia Defino Leiby, Luzie Meyer, and Constantin Thun.
DAIGA GRANTINA & ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Emalin is pleased to announce our participation in Preview Cities: Milan with BeAdvisors – running through to 09 November, presenting sculptures by Daiga Grantina alongside They Went to Sleep (2020), a new limited edition artist book by Athena Papadopoulos. Click here to view the available editions.
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: A selection of new sculptures by Athena Papadopoulos are included in the current group exhibition My Flannel Knickers at Sargent’s Daughters, New York. To see more, click here
KEMBRA PFAHLER: Tickets are now available for The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black: Halloween Special! Featuring Lydia Lunch, M. Lamar, CHRISTEENE, and Bob Gruen Livestream via The Bowery Electric. TVHOKB will perform on 27 October 2020 at 8pm EST.
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: Nicholas Cheveldave’s solo exhibition Burnout at Camp Eternal Hell Chamber, NY opens tomorrow. The reception opening hours are between 2-8pm (EST) – click here for more information.
SUNG TIEU: Mimi Chui has selected our current exhibition Sung Tieu: What is your |x|? in her Critic’s Guide – On Our Radar: Highlights from Frieze Week for Frieze Online. To read click here
SUNG TIEU: Join Sung Tieu tomorrow at 11:30am (UK Time) for the launch of the online lecture series ‘The Forest Is In The City Is In The Forest – II’ in association with GAMeC, Bergamo. To register for Sung’s lecture ‘The Ghosts of the War’ click here
ALVARO BARRINGTON: The third and final chapter of Alvaro Barrington’s Frieze London: LIVE intervention with performance artist Zachary Fabri is now available to watch via IGTV.
ALVARO BARRINGTON: Alvaro Barrington’s CHAPTER I & II of collaborative performances for Frieze London: LIVE will be broadcast online at 1pm & 4pm via @friezeartfair
Alvaro’s site-specific installation of posters are currently available to view at 9 Cork Street until Sunday, 11 October 2020.
SUNG TIEU: The 2021 ars viva award commences with an exhibition opening at the Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt am Main on 9 October 2020. It presents works by the three award winners Rob Crosse (*1985), Richard Sides (*1985) and Sung Tieu (*1987) . A second exhibition will be presented at the Kunstverein Hannover in April/May 2021. For more information, click here
DAIGA GRANTINA: Our presentation of new Daiga Grantina works has been included in Something Curated’s Best of Frieze London 2020. To read more, click here.
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Jonathan Jones has selected MOSTYN gallery for his ’10 of the best: hidden gem art galleries’ – where Athena Papadopoulos’s current solo exhibition Cain and Abel, Can’t and Able is on view. To read more, click here.
SUNG TIEU: Opening today! Sung Tieu’s 2018 work Song for Unattended Items, a 11 channel sound installation is included in In the Forest, Even The Air Breathes, curated by Abhijan Toto. The exhibition – divided into three sections that bring together the works of seven international artists – intends to imagine what forms of politics and pedagogy can be invented to make man’s relationship with the lands in which he lives more intimate. The artists’ projects therefore investigate the relationship between human and non-human worlds within the different contexts and landscapes of Zomia. To find read more about the exhibition, click here.
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Now open! Athena’s work BCP VI (Burn BBBurn), 2018 is included in the group exhibition Nine Lipped Goddess at Gallery Artbeat, Georgia. Click here for further information & to see installation views.
SUNG TIEU: Now open! Sung Tieu’s series of newspaper interventions ‘Untitled’ (2020) are part of steirischer herbst ’20. The interventions are obituaries for outdated notions, drawn by Sung and published in the local newspaper Kleine Zeitung. For more information, click here
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: Among the new commissions at CAC is a project by Augustas Serapinas, which takes its title ‘Yelena and Vera’ (2020) from the names of two former workers of the Ignalina plant, Yelena and Vera. As some of the plant’s first employees, they were involved in the construction of and where they later took on other roles. Now retired, they spend much of their time knitting and have created knitwear to be worn by the exhibition invigilators. For more information on the exhibition Splitting the Atom, click here
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: Augustas site-specific work ‘Standtune for the square‘ (2020) is now on view between 17-20 September 2020. The work is included in The Possible is Monstrous, an exhibition of art in the public space curated by Samuel Leuenberger, Kunsthalle Basel’s Elena Filipovic, Kunstmuseum’s Daniel Kurjaković, and Kunsthaus Baselland’s Ines Goldbach. Featuring 11 artists, it embraces Basel’s diverse neighborhoods, from the picturesque Münsterplatz to the former freeport in Dreispitz. For more information, click here
ASLAN GOISUM: Opening today! The Invented History, curated by Kathrin Becker. The exhibition at KINDL, Berlin includes Aslan’s 2016 film People of No Consequence. The exhibition is open until 21 February 2021.
MEGAN PLUNKETT: Megan Plunkett is part of F Magazine’s USPS auction! In mid July 2020, in recognition of the precarious state of the USPS, F Magazine announced an Open Call “Mail Art” Auction to Benefit the USPS by email to the F mailing list, and by a post on @f_magazine’s Instagram. The call asked artists to send an artwork by USPS (in a box or package no larger than 6 x 6 x 6 inches, or an envelope no larger than 9 x 12 inches) to F Magazine in Houston, TX by August 20, 2020. The auction runs from 09 – 13 September 2020; works included are available to view here!
SUNG TIEU: Opening today! Sung Tieu is included in the group exhibition Magical Soup at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin. The exhibition is presented across more than 2,000 square metres in Hamburger Bahnhof’s Rieckhallen, the group exhibition Magical Soup features key works complemented by loans representing the latest generation of artists, with a common point of departure being the nexus of sound, image and social space. To arrange your visit and view further information, click here. On the occasion of the exhibition, Sung was interviewed by Anna-Catharina Gebbers, to watch, click here.
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Athena Papadopoulos is included in the group exhibition Crepuscolo at Bastione Sangallo, Loreto, Italy – opening today – through to 31 October 2020.
SUNG TIEU: Sung Tieu in Conversation with Damian Lentini at Haus der Kunst, Munich is now available to watch. To view, click here.
SUNG TIEU: Join Sung Tieu on Thursday, 20 August for an evening at Haus der Kunst, including a screening of Tieu’s film ‘No Gods, No Masters’ (2017). The screening will be followed by a panel discussion between the artist and the curator Damian Lentini on the occasion of the launch of the artist’s first major publication ‘Oath Against Minimalism’ accompanying her concurrent exhibition ‘Zugzwang’ in Munich. Reservation is required! To book visit here
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: A new body of work by Nicholas Cheveldave is included in the upcoming ART Biesenthal 2020 curated by Tjioe Meyer. The exhibition can be visited from Wednesday until Thursday from 12 – 8 pm and from Friday until Sunday from 12 – 9 pm. For tickets and further information, click here
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: Augustas Serapinas is included in the and suddenly it all blossoms: The 2nd Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, curated by Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel. Initially planned to open on 16 May 2020 with a five-month duration, the project will now transform into a feature movie and the exhibition will become its film set taking place from 20 August to 13 September 2020.
SUNG TIEU: Sung Tieu is included in the group exhibition Recession Grimace at Klosterruine Berlin. For more information on the exhibition click here
SUNG TIEU: Sung Tieu’s monograph ‘Oath Against Minimalism’ is now available to buy via Haus der Kunst’s Website and at Emalin. Oath Against Minimalism is published on the occasion of Sung’s first institutional exhibitions ‘Zugzwang’ at Haus der Kunst, Munich (31.01 – 30.08) & ‘In Cold Print’ at Nottingham Contemporary (reopening 04.08 – 31.08). The publication provides further insight into Sung’s practice alongside essays & contributions by Pamela N. Corey, Kathleen Ditzig, Damian Lentini and Cédric Fauq. Published by Spector Books and designed by Dan Solbach.
KEMBRA PFAHLER: Kembra Pfhaler will be performing her Piñata Extravaganza tomorrow at The Hole, NYC (312 Bowery, NY) from 8pm! All welcome!
KEMBRA PFAHLER: Tomorrow Kembra Pfahler is performing at The Hole NYC at 7pm (312 Bowery, NY). The title of Kembra’s latest performance ‘Slippery when Dead’ is based on the 1959 Bruce Brown surfing film that also features her father, Fred Pfahler the 3rd. The performance is about Kembra’s relationship to the same places her father surfed in California and the songs she wrote for this new body of work are voluptuously horrific: “I use horror skit in my songs and sculptures because horror is always prophetic.”
Visitors will be able to safely view Kembra’s performance through the front window of the gallery.
SUNG TIEU: Sung Tieu is included in Come closer, curated by Vit Havrának, 1st Biennale Matter of Art, Prague. The Biennale opens on Tuesday, 21 July and runs through to 15 November 2020.
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: Nicholas Cheveldave is included in The Correspondence, a group show at The Residence Gallery, London. Opening today from 12-9pm! To schedule a visit (1-2 person slots) click here
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: For our participation in Vortic: London Collective, we are pleased to present a new series of paintings by Nicholas Cheveldave alongside a selection of works on paper. To visit the virtual exhibition download the Vortic app from the Apple App Store.
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: Augustas Serapinas exhibition 20 Apartments opens today at P/////AKT, Amsterdam through to 26 July 2020. For more information visit P/////AKT
EVGENY ANTUFIEV: Evgeny Antufiev will be in conversation with Margot Norton, Associate Curator at New Museum, New York on Thursday, 18 June at 7pm CET. This virtual studio visit will be held via the video conferencing platform Zoom and gives participants an opportunity to meet the artist, ask questions and delve deeper into the work. To register, click here
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: On Saturday, 20 June at 1pm CET, join Augustas Serapinas, whose practice operates outside of the conventional artist studio, for an outdoor studio visit through Vilnius (Lithuania) to discover the hidden spaces and social relationships that inform his work. Serapinas’ practice often takes the shape of site-specific installations, architectural interventions and performative actions, thereby urging us to reconsider conventional understandings of the built landscape. To register, click here
AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS: Join Augustas Serapinas and curator Samuel Leuenberger on Thursday, 11 June at 5:30pm via Zoom. The pair will discuss past and future collaborations. In 2015, they worked together during Serapinas’ solo exhibition Phillip, Lukas & Isidora at SALTS in Birsfelden. Since 2016, Samuel Leuenberger is the lead curator of Art Basel’s Parcours sector, a large inner city sculpture and performance project, for which Augustas Serapinas is invited to produce a new installation.
KEMBRA PFAHLER: Kembra Pfahler is included in Love Sign, a group exhibition at Galerie Noah Klink, Berlin. Opening today, through to 15 August 2020. For more information, click here
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Athena Papadopoulos’s exhibition ‘Cain and Abel Can’t and Able’ at MOSTYN, UK has been reviewed by Elsa Barbieri. To read in full, visit JULIET
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Athena Papadopoulos has been invited to take part in the Zabludowicz Collection: Invite Focus series. From 04 – 17 May, the Zabludowicz Collection will be sharing interviews, installation views, and links to recent and upcoming projects relating to Athena’s practice. To read Athena’s interview with Elizabeth Neilson click here
SUNG TIEU: Congratulations to Sung Tieu who has been awarded the 2020 Ars Viva Prize for Visual Art! This year’s award includes exhibitions at Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt am Main and the Kunstverein Hannover as well as an artist residency on Fogo Island (Canada). To read more about the prize, visit Ars Viva
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: Nicholas Cheveldave’s Limited Edition print has been included in Oliver Basciano’s article: Blooms, rainbows and bar-room kisses: artists raise morale and money under Covid-19 – to read more about the initiative and others visit The Guardian
ALVARO BARRINGTON: ‘Art is always who we are. It’s about community – sharing ideas through the creation of an artistic experience in that way we are uniquely human but we also belong to the wold our truths replicated throughout the rest of nature of which we are also members. This drawing is a virtual collaboration to pass the time please print and coloring in, have your kids color in. cut and paste your own face, make your own family tree etc.’ – A.B., April 2020
To download Alvaro Barrington’s Tree drawings, please click here
ALVARO BARRINGTON: As part of ‘LOEWE EN CASA’ – a series of online events and workshops to enjoy during the lock down. Alvaro Barrington will be holding a live studio tour via Loewe’s Instagram page. Tonight from 18:00 GMT !
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Tune in to @____homecooking____ tonight at 22:00 GMT | 18:00 EST to watch Athena Papadopoulos live segment Alphabetic Soup via Instagram Live
SUNG TIEU: Sung Tieu has been included in the second instalment of the symposia series Sonic Continuum, Nottingham Contemporary’s long-term research strand investigating social architectures of time and practices of world-making through sound. The launch initially scheduled for Saturday, 25 April has now been published online via The Contemporary Journal.
SUNG TIEU: Emalin is pleased to present works by Sung Tieu for Platform: London, a viewing room featuring 12 London galleries, hosted by David Zwirner Online. The viewing room launches on 17 April through to 15 May 2020.
MEGAN PLUNKETT: We are pleased to launch the first of an ongoing series of mixtapes that invites artists and friends of the gallery to publish a compilation of songs that hold meaning or relevance to them. The first mixtape is GOTCHA by American artist Megan Plunkett, available to listen to on Soundcloud.
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: TANK has selected Athena Papadopoulos’s current exhibition Cain and Abel Can’t and Able to share as an online presentation. Cain and Abel Can’t and Able was first presented as an exhibition at MOSTYN in March 2020, but closed prematurely due to the Covid-19 crisis. Visit TANK to experience the installation’s structuring dialogue in text and audio, alongside a selection of images of the work.
MEGAN PLUNKETT: Megan Plunkett was interviewed by Kelly Wall & Lucinda Trask for Material Girls, an artist run podcast recorded in Los Angeles, CA. Episode 9: Surreptitious Image-Taking is available to listen and download via Podbean
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: Nicholas Cheveldave’s Limited Edition print has been included in Francesca Gavin’s ‘HOW TO SPEND IT: How are artists responding to the Coronavirus Crisis?’ to read more about the initiative and others, visit Financial Times
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: Emalin is pleased to announce a new limited edition by Nicholas Cheveldave. For this limited edition series, the artist produced 50 pigment prints on Somerset Velvet Paper. These are the most recent iteration of Cheveldave’s ongoing collage practice, in which he reworks personal and found imagery from his expansive image archive through various manipulations, such as scratching and multi-media application. The print comprises a photograph of a blossoming tree near Cheveldave’s Hackney studio, into which the artist has scratched a series of marks and gestures. On top of each individual edition, the artist has placed a unique grouping of price tag stickers. To enquire, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Athena Papadopoulos’s solo exhibition Cain and Abel Can’t and Able opens this Saturday, 14 March (until 05 July 2020) at MOSTYN, Wales. The exhibition presents a new body of work – across sculpture, painting, text and sound – for further information visit MOSTYN.
ATHENA PAPADOPOULOS: Athena Papadopoulos is featured in the upcoming group show Shaking the Habitual at Galeria Duarte Sequeira, Braga, PT – opening 07 March, 7pm & runs through to 30 April 2020.
SUNG TIEU: For her current exhibition In Cold Print at Nottingham Contemporary, Sung Tieu discusses her research into sound weapons, Havana Syndrome and political agency. To watch the interview visit here
MEGAN PLUNKETT: Megan’s exhibition at The Gallery @ El Centro has been included in Travis Diehl’s Frieze Critics’ Guide: ‘The Best Shows to See in LA’ – the exhibition runs until 29 February 2020
ASLAN GOISUM: On Thursday, 20 February, Aslan will be in conversation with the curator of Mourning: On Loss and Change – Dr. Brigitte Kölle. The talk will take place between 7-8 pm at Hamburger Kunsthalle. For further information please visit Hamburger Kunsthalle website
KEMBRA PFAHLER: Opening next week! Kembra Pfahler is included in the upcoming exhibition Hollywood Babylon: A Re-Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome organised by Jeffrey Deitch and Nicodim galleries. The exhibition opens on Tuesday, 11 February until Sunday, 16 February | 11am-6pm | 1114 Horn Avenue, Los Angeles. For further information, contact Nicodim galleries
KEMBRA PFAHLER: All of Them Witches, organised by Dan Nadel and Laurie Simmons – including works by Kembra Pfahler opens this week at Jeffrey Deitch, LA
SUNG TIEU: Sung Tieu’s solo exhibition In Cold Print – curated by Cédric Fauq opens this Friday, at Nottingham Contemporary
SUNG TIEU: On the occasion of Sung Tieu’s solo exhibition Zugzwang at Haus der Kunst she participated in a round table discussion with Monira Al Qadiri, Jana Baumann and Damian Lentini. To watch, visit here
SUNG TIEU: Sung Tieu’s solo exhibition Zugzwang | curated by Damian Lentini opens this Thursday at Haus der Kunst, Munich, until 21 June 2020.
NICHOLAS CHEVELDAVE: Nicholas Cheveldave’s work Worm Hole pt. 7 (2019) has been selected for the upcoming Outset Contemporary Art Fund Benefit in St. Moritz, CH
SUNG TIEU: Emalin is pleased to announce the representation of Sung Tieu
We are pleased to participate at Maison Dakota with new works by Evgeny Antufiev. The gallery share, hosted by Super Dakota and featuring Labor, Piktogram and Sweetwater, opens in Brussels this Thursday, 09 January.
Athena Papadopoulos and Augustas Serapinas are featured in the group exhibition Uno at Allegra Projects in St Moritz, Switzerland. Opening Sunday 15 December until 02 February 2020.
Augustas Serapinas will be included in the forthcoming RIBOCA (Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art) ‘and suddenly it all blossoms’, curated by Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel in Latvia, May 2020
SAVE THE DATE! Thursday, 05 December – album launch: Kirk Barley, Landscapes, [33:33 label] – 7:30-11pm.
EVGENY ANTUFIEV has been awarded the Kandinsky Prize ‘Project of the Year’ for his projects: When Art Becomes Part of the Landscape, Part I, curated by Marina Dacci, Salinas Museum, Palermo, IT; When Art Becomes Part of the Landscape, Part II, curated by Svetlana Marich, Konenkov Museum Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow, RU;When Art Becomes Part of the Landscape, Part III, curated by Svetlana Marich, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, RU
SAVE THE DATE! Join us on the evening of Thursday, 28 November from 6:30 – 10:30pm at Emalin for the launch of Nicholas Cheveldave’s book ‘Big City Dreaming‘ in collaboration with Bunker Basement
Today in Los Angeles, US: Megan Plunkett’s exhibition ‘Act Naturally’ is opening at The Gallery at Saint Michael’s.
Opening Sunday 27 October 2019 in Kortrijk, BE: Athena Papadopoulos opens her solo exhibition ‘The Apple Nun’ at Liebaert Projects. Open on Sundays 27/10, 03/11, 10/11 and 17/11 and by appointment.
Tonight in London: Alvaro Barrington’s party The Rally at the Hoxton Basement, 11pm-6am. Admission free, available via Resident Advisor.
This week in Paris: Megan Plunkett’s work will be on view at the inaugural Salon de Normandy by The Community between 17 – 20 October 2019
On Sunday, 06 October for the final day of Frieze London – Alvaro Barrington & Tschabalala Self will be in discussion at The Standard London Library & Auditorium, 4-5 pm
Opening this week: Boundary + Gesture curated by Taylor Le Melle will include works by Aslan Gaisumov at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, UK.
Emalin turns 3 today! Our first exhibition at Unit 4 Huntingdon Estate was Augustas Serapinas’s Housewarming
Nicholas Cheveldave’s new artist book ‘Big City Dreaming’ is launching at NY Art book Fair 2019, published by Bunker_basement, edition of 110.
Emalin is pleased to participate in this year’s Various Others (Munich). Emalin will present new works by Augustas Serapinas at Galerie Sperling, who are presenting paintings by Malte Zenses. The exhibition is accompanied by a text written by Marie Egger. For more information visit Various Others.
Evgeny Antufiev is featured in Immortality the 5th Ural Industrial Biennial curated by Xiaoyu Weng – opens today, and runs through to 01 December 2019.
This Friday, 6th September, we are opening the first solo exhibition of Tt X AB (Alvaro Barrington & Teresa Farrell) from 7-9.30pm, with performances by Wild Yaks and ICE BALLOONS at the PV.
Athena Papadopoulos is featured in the group exhibition Place Vendôme, opening this Friday at Berthold Pott in Cologne
Next on our August Programme co-organised with Alvaro Barrington: performance artist Georgia Lucas-Going. Please join us on Tuesday 20 August at 7pm. Limited capacity, RSVP necessary: email@example.com
Please join us on Friday 09 August from 7pm for the third instalment of our August programme co-organised with Alvaro Barrington. Emalin is pleased to host NY based band Blind Benny.
Emalin is pleased to announce the second event in our August Programme, co-organised with Alvaro Barrington. Please join us on Tuesday 06 August from 7pm for the London debut of 10K, a duo based in Portmore, Jamaica. The duo comprises of solo artists 10ille & GLDN EYE, who will be performing new material from their upcoming EP due to be released later this year.
Emalin is pleased to announce the first event in our August Programme, co-organised with Alvaro Barrington. Throughout the month, Emalin is hosting a series of events by artists, musicians and performers, personally invited by Alvaro Barrington.
Please join us on Thursday 1 August at 7pm for the site-specific performance ‘Black Box’ by American artist, choreographer and dancer Shamel Pitts.
Aslan Gaisumov’s ‘Fearsome’ (2011 – ongoing) will be included in the group exhibition ‘No You Won’t Be Naming No Buildings After Me’ opening on 12 July at Tent Rotterdam, NL
Emalin is pleased to host an event of the 12th Kaunas Biennial: After Leaving | Before Arriving on Thursday, 25 July 2019, 7-9pm. On occasion the Galerie Uberall directors will raise a series of questions about the processes involved in the Biennial. Further information can be accessed here.
Reena Spaulings Los Angeles’s group show Avengers: Someone Left the Cake Out In the Rain will feature Meghan Plunkett’s work. The opening is 2 July at 6-9pm in Los Angeles.
Aslan Gaisumov’s ‘Scythian Journey’ (2019) will be included in the group exhibition ‘Blood and Soil: Dark Arts for Dark Times’ at CAC Vilnius curated by Anders Kreuger & Julija Fomina.
Aslan Gaisumov’s video work ‘Volga’ (2015) will be included in the 12th Kaunas Biennial: After Leaving I Before Arriving.
Auguste Petre interviews Augustas Serapinas in Art Territory , they discuss the Venice Biennale and much more!
Augustas Serapinas was featured in Tank Magazine in a conversation with Guy Mackinnon-Little about “everyday creativity, the contradictions of the art world and doing things without knowing why.”
Megan Plunkett will be participating in a group show at Grand Buffet & Pulvers Glass curated by Baba Yaga in Hudson, New York on May 24th.
Join us for a conversation between Augustas Serapinas and writer/curator Caroline Elbaor at the gallery from 7-8pm on the 15th of May!
Join us for a conversation between Augustas Serapinas and writer/curator Caroline Elbaor at the gallery from 7-8pm on the 15th of May!
The Financial Times described Augustas Serapinas’ Vygintas, Kirilas & Semionovas at the Venice Biennale as “the show’s most beautiful sculpture: a brutalist ruin of building blocks constructed in material taken from a former Soviet nuclear power plant in Lithuania.”
Athena Papadopoulos will be doing a reading of A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale Heart on 22 June, 7–9pm at Art Night in the British Library.
Augustas Serapinas is one of 83 artists who are taking part in ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’, the 58th International Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia curated by Ralph Rugoff. The exhibition will run until Sunday, 24 November 2019.
Nicholas Cheveldave is featured in Blok’s Editors’ Picks for Friend Of a Friend 2019, the gallery-share initiative in Warsaw.
On 26th April, Evgeny Antufiev will be in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist at the Foundation Cartier discussing the exhibition Jeunes Artistes en Europe. Les Métamorphoses.
Kembra Pfahler is performing at the Kitchen in New York in The Johnsons present SHE WHO SAW BEAUTIFUL THINGS (19-20 April).
Athena Papadopoulos will be participating in Art Night 2019 on June 22nd. The event will feature 40 independently curated projects and take place across London, in King’s Cross and Walthamstow.
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Jessica Vaugh’s ‘Composite’, 2017 by the Pinakothek der Moderne, thanks to Outset Germany_Switzerland acquisition fund at Art Cologne Fair – Many thanks to Bettina Boehm and her team.
A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale Heart, a solo exhibition by Athena Papadopoulos referring to her two-part novel published in 2018, opens this Friday at Humber Street Gallery, Kingston upon Hull, UK
World Receivers, a group exhibition including a work by Athena Papadopoulos, opens today at Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
Thank you Cultured for mentioning our solo booth with Megan Plunkett in their Independent NY feature
Nicholas Cheveldave takes part in a duo exhibition with Sebastian Lloyd Rees at Hot Wheels Projects, Athens, GR, opening this June
The Financial Times wrote about our exhibition in NYC and our participation at Independent
Familiar Machines, a show including works by Kembra Pfahler, opens this Saturday at Backlit, Nottingham, UK
Aslan Gaisumov takes part in Potentiality, The Festival of Political Photography 2019, opening this week at the Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki, FI
Metamorphosis. Art in Europe Now, a group exhibition including works by Evgeny Antufiev, opens on 4 April at Fondation Cartier, Paris, FR
In the course of Rehang: Archives, one room on the ground floor of Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, IT, is now permanently dedicated to works by Evgeny Antufiev
Emalin gets hosted by Piktogram, Warsaw, PL, with works by Nicholas Cheveldave as part of the gallery-sharing initiative Friend of a Friend on 6-7 April
During Frieze LA week, Kembra Pfahler performed at Globe Theatre, Los Angeles, USA as part of Sex Cells 2 Year Anniversary and at Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles, USA, hosted by Jeffrey Deitch and Kaleidoscope Magazine
Aslan Gaisumov takes part in a two-person-show at Bury Art Museum, Bury, UK. Liverpool Biennial presents: Aslan Gaisumov & Janice Kerbal is on until 4 May
Aslan Gaisumov’s People of No Consequence (2016) is currently on view at Void Gallery, Derry, IE, as part of the group exhibition Opened Ground. The show runs until 30 March
Read about Craigslist, dogs and our CONDO 2019 exhibition in Megan Plunkett’s interview with Tank Magazine
Aslan Gaisumov’s first institutional solo exhibition in France opens today at LE CAP – Centre d’arts plastiques de Saint-Fons. Dark Shelters will run until 09.02.2019.
Read about Augustas Serapinas’ FaceTime call with curator and writer Caroline Elbaor on Flash Art
When Art became of the Landscape. Part III, a two artist exhibition including works by Evgeny Antufiev opens tomorrow at the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
Jessica Vaughn was in conversation with Eliel Jones about her recent body of work. Read the full interview on Mousse.
The second part of Evgeny Antufiev’s ongoing exhibition series When art became part of landscape opens tomorrow at Konenkov Studio-Museum, Moscow, RU
Artnet columnist Kenny Schachter featured our booth at Paris Internationale in his latest report
Kembra Pfahler is featured on the cover of Kaleidoscope Magazine. Find the whole story including photographs by Jack Pierson and an interview by Jeffrey Deitch in the magazine
Kembra Pfahler is performing at Le Guess Who? Festival in Utrecht, NL next month
Crystals and Shards, a solo exhibition by Aslan Gaisumov curated by Anders Kreuger, opened at Kohta, Helsinki, this week
Read Athena Papadopoulos’ latest interview with Katrina Russell about identity, memory, cosmetics and Oprah Winfrey on Content Journal
Thank you CURA for featuring Jessica Vaughn’s exhibition Exit Strategy at Emalin
Kembra Pfahler is featured in an article about Headz, a collaborative studio space in NY run by Spencer Sweeney, Urs Fischer, and Brendan Dugan
Athena Papadopoulus is taking part in the group show From the Inside Out opening today at The Drawing Room, London
Athena Papadopoulos is reading from her novel A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-A-Tale-Heart published with Cura Books at the Drawing Room, London on 1st of October
Augustas Serapinas’ solo show Where is Luna? is opening on the 19th of September at Basement Roma, IT
Kembra Pfahler is performing at the Garden Party at the New York Marble Cemetery, NYC this Saturday, in an event organised by the Artist Space to celebrate Jack Smith
Thank you Apollo Magazine for selecting us in your 40 Under 40 Europe list
Kembra Pfahler performed at the revival of legendary Wigstock Festival in NYC
Tate Britain acquired six works by Evgeny Antufiev, including works made out of ceramics, bronze, wood and fabric
Aslan Gaisumov is participating in a series of artist talks hosted by the Fogo Island Arts Residence, Fogo Island, CA
Thank you Mousse Magazine for reviewing our current show Joech God
Aslan Gaisumov is participating in this year’s Liverpool Biennial, Beautiful World, Where Are You?, opening tomorrow
Athena Papadopoulos is participating in the group exhibition Entangled Tales at Rupert, Vilnius, opening on Wednesday 04 July
Alvaro Barrington’s work is featured in the show Natura Naturans, opening tonight at Mendes Wood DM, New York
Plus One, a show featuring new work by Megan Plunkett and John Miller, is opening at Shoot The Lobster, NY this Friday
Athena Papadopoulos is taking part in the group show Lia Pasqualino Noto, curated by Geraldine Blais, opening today in Palermo
Evgeny Antufiev’s solo exhibition When art becomes part of the landscape: part 1 opened today at the Archaeological Museum Antonio Salinas, in Palermo
Kembra Pfahler features in Tour Without End (Twenty-One Portraits and a Protest), a part documentary, part fictional film by director Laura Parnes, premering today at The Kitchen, NY
Thank you Cura for featuring our current exhibition!
Kembra Pfahler features in Bruce LaBruce’s new film ‘The Misandrists’, released at the cinemas tomorrow
The first annual Huntingdon Estate Book Sale is upon us, co-organized by The Kingsboro Press and Emalin Books. Saturday and Sunday from 11 – 8pm in London (above the gallery). Come, browse, shop, etc! Lots of great publications from friends and idols alike.
Megan Plunkett’s exhibition Me as a Dog is opening tomorrow in Vilnius, LT. The exhibition follows Megan’s residency at Rupert
Megan Plunkett’s work is featured in the summer issue of Cactus Magazine
The group exhibition TO DIE FOR, organised and featuring work by Athena Papadopoulos, is opening tomorrow at Castiglioni Fine Arts in Milan, IT
Alvaro Barrington will be exhibiting work at Thaddeus Ropac (London) for his exhibition A Taste of Chocolate, curated by Norman Rosenthal. The exhibition opens on the 17th of April.
Augustas Serapinas and Evgeny Antufiev will be featured in the Baltic Triennial 13, GIVE UP THE GHOST
Augustas Serapinas and Aslan Gaisumov will be featured in the first Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More
Anya Harrisson reviewed our current exhibition All That You See Here, Forget for Frieze
Thank you Artsy for the coverage of our current exhibition All That You See Here, Forget by Aslan Gaisumov
Kembra Pfahler’s work is featured in the group exhibition LUST LAUGHTER LIQUOR opening today at Gallery Sofie van de Velde in Antwerp, BE
Alvaro Barrington is featured in the latest issue of i-D
Augustas’ Jõusaal is currently exhibited at Piktogram in Warsaw, Poland
Our CONDO 2018 show was reviewed by BrooklynRail
Evgeny Antufiev is opening his exhibition Leo Tolstoy Rooms at the Strauhof Museum in Zürich on Friday, 22nd of December. The exhibition is organised by The War and Peace Project
Thank you Frieze for the special mention in the Focus Stand Prize
Kembra Pfahler will be exhibiting at The Kitchen, NY in late October
Nicholas Cheveldave will be part of the group show Fickle Food Upon A Shifting Plate at Studio_Leigh, opening on the 14th of September in London
Kembra Pfahler is artist in residence at Aarhus 2017. Her exhibition with the collective of FUTURE FEMINISM will open on the 11th of August and an ongoing series of talks, workshops and events hosted by the artists will transpire during the course of the exhibit until the 3rd of September
Kembra spoke at length with Dazed Digital about her most recent works, influences and upcoming projects
Athena and Nicholas donated two great works to the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation
ATP Diary reviewed Megan Plunkett’s exhibition at Emalin
Next Tuesday, 25th of July, Megan is organising a screening at the gallery from 7-8pm
We are very excited that ‘I Bet You Wish You Did and I know I do’ is included in the Critic’s Guide of Frieze
A great feature on Kembra Pfahler’s performance at the Broad Museum last week in the LA Times
Thank you Artnet for featuring us as one of the 10 galleries that are ‘revitalising’ the art scene
Augustas’ work is featured in Belonging to a Place, an exhibition opening tomorrow at the Scrap Metal Gallery in Toronto, Canada
Nic and Athena are in a group show at Carl Kostyal in Stockholm, opening on the 18th of May!
We are organising a BBQ tomorrow!
Evgeny Antufiev is opening his exhibition Immortality Forever at M HKA in Antwerp tonight
Augustas will open his site specific installation Sigi on the roof of Kunsthalle Wien on the 18th of May
Augustas is included in the group show Quiet at Barbara Seiler Gallery curated by Samuel Leuenberger. It opens on the 12th of April in Zurich!
Read the extensive insight into Augustas Serapinas’ practice in the current issue of Art in America here. Augustas’ show at the Fogo Island Gallery closes this week
Kembra is featured in the current issue of AnOther Magazine with a story she shot whilst she was with us in London
Athena Papadopoulos once again joins forces with Samuel Leuenberger and is opening her exhibition Belladonna’s Muse at Basement Roma on the 17th of March
Thank you Hyperallergic for featuring our booth at the LA Art Book Fair
Emalin is proud to participate at the LA Art Book Fair, where we will launch the re-published artist book The Wall of Vagina by Kembra Pfahler and Bruce LaBruce. Kembra will also perform with Christian Music and the girls from The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black at the opening night preview from 6-9pm
We are happy that Augustas inaugurated his site specific commission at the Stanley Picker Gallery, in an exhibition that also includes the work of Simon Martin and Bridget Smith curated by the fabulous Stella Bottai
Flashart reviewed Condo and our exhibition here
Athena will be engaging in an open collaboration and performance with the Swedish musician Jonatan Leandoer 127 at Tate Modern on the 5th of February. This is part of Rinse.fm events as a Tate Exchange Associate
New works by Stefania Batoeva will be shown tonight at the Bonington Gallery in Nottingham at the group exhibition All Men by Nature Desire to Know
If you are in new York don’t miss Athena Papadopoulos’ solo exhibition at Shoot the Lobster on 138 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002. Wolf Whistles opens on November 6th and features a new collaboration with Monster Coat Club (Papa x MCC)
Thank you Artforum for choosing our first exhibition at the gallery in the “Critics Picks” section
Thank you Elly of Wallpaper* Magazine for the write up of Augustas’ performance at Frieze Live and his current exhibition at the gallery
The Art Newspaper talking about rising rents, new gallery strategies and Augustas’ performance at Frieze London here!
Thank you Maria Teresa for the wonderful review of our exhibition in one’s own time in the printed October/November issue of Flash Art Italia
In occasion of Frieze East End Night the gallery will stay open until 9pm on Saturday, 8th of October
We got wonderful flashbacks of our second exhibition, exactly two years ago, when we read this conversation between Samuel and Athena in the latest Cura Magazine
Thank you Francesca Gavin for mentioning us as one of the new places to know in London in Dazed!
Coinciding with his exhibition at the gallery, Augustas will stage the performance Jõusaal (Gym) at the Frieze Live Section at Frieze Art Fair, Regents Park. The performance will take place every day, October 05 – 09, between 2–3pm at the Live Platform
We will be showing new works by Stefania Batoeva at this year’s edition of the Sunday Art Fair. The fair will be running from Thursday 6 October until Sunday 9 October at 35 Marlyebone Rd., London, NW1 5LS
Kembra Pfahler will take part in the Writers Block Festival at Howl! Gallery in NYC. Her performance will take place on September 12th at 7pm
Augustas Serapinas will be one of the participating artists in “Mycorial Theatre”, a project by Paulina Olowska and Fiorucci Art Trust curator Milovan Farronato that offers participants a number of convivial encounters inspired by the principle of mycology — the study of fungi. The project will take place in the Copano Edificio, São Paolo from September 1-7, 2016
We are excited that Augustas will be artist in residence at Fogo Island Arts in Canada this November
Tonight More Than Lovers, More Than Friends opens at FUTURA Gallery in Prague. Augustas has a work in this group show curated by Jo-ey tang. The exhibition runs until the 11th of September
We are excited that Augustas will join us here in London in June for a residency at DRAF Studio. Join us on the evening of the 30th of June to discover both the process and the results of his residency
We sat down with Athena and Matilde to talk about MiArt, Pepto Bismol and our future plans. Read about it here in iD Italia.
Stefania Batoeva and Ezra Gray are part of With Institutions Like These…, a group show curated by Victor Wang opening tomorrow evening in London
Leopold is curating an installation by Ezra Gray featuring a musical performance by Sean Nicholas Savage at Honolulu (Zurich) on the 5th of March
Emalin is excited to be showing new works by Athena Papadopoulos at MiArt in early April
Doublebind, a touring exhibition organized by our friends from Rupert, is opening its fourth stop next week at The Academy of Fine Art at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Norway. Augustas will be showing his collaborative work with Juha Pekka Matias Laakkonen
Natural Instincts, a killer group show curated by our SALTS friend Samuel Leuenberger, is opening tomorrow in Lausanne as part of the Les Urbaines arts festival. Athena’s The Great Revel of Hairy Harry Who Who: Orgy at the Onion Cellar, 2015 is a must see if you are in the alps this winter
When at Art Basel Miami this year make sure to look out for Athena’s Two Serious(ly) (young) Women, (Hubba Hubba Trouba and Ouchy Waa Waa Mama’) in the public sector
Stefania’s latest show Speeding to the Corner opens tonight at Nicodim Gallery in LA. The burning Palm Leaves of Brazil keep on smoldering in her latest paintings
Read Athena’s latest interview with KubaParis!
Dear Material Things, the first exhibition of the Thun Ceramic Residency curated by Claire Shea, opens tonight
Augustas is invited to realize a work on site for this year’s Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art
Leopold will curate a solo exhibition of Augustas Serapinas at SALTS, Basel, opening on the 9th of October
Thank you Attilia for this interview in Flash Art Magazine!
Adriano and Chateau joined us for a week at the TwoHotel
Stefania and Leo arrived in Ilheus on their way to the TwoHotel, a guesthouse for artists built by our friend Fabian Marti on Piracanga Beach, Bahia, Brazil
The roundtable discussion tonight will be followed by “grilled game sausages, black mash, maybe something vegetarian, soft drinks, beer” as well as music generously prepared by Rūtenė Merkliopaitė. Watch her trailer for the evening here!
On Saturday, 27th of June, Ali Eisa will host a roundtable discussion at Rupert, Vilnius, as part of the London Conference in Critical Thought. He will be in conversation with artists Augustas Serapinas, Elena Narbutaite, Viktorija Rybokova, Vytenis Burokas and curator Shama Khanna about The Politics & Practice of Just Making Things. The talk will be followed as per usual by Bratwurst and Dancing. All info about the event can be found here
Congratulations to Athena and Charlie for their wonderful shared booth at LISTE!
The wonderful Charlie Billingham is opening his first solo show in Berlin next Thursday at our friends from Supportico Lopez. Come and say hi if you are in town and make sure to read a copy of James Cahill’s brilliant press release here
Ali is now in Lithuania for his month-long residency at Rupert, Centre for Art and Education, just outside Vilnius. If you are around and want to get to know more about the upcoming show or just drink a Utenos get in touch
Shoutout to Athena who is featured as one of 10 artists born after 1980 to watch according to Artnet
Read an interview between Nic and our friend Matteo from ATP Diary about our recent show in Milan here
Athena’s show in Berlin is opening in less than a week. Read more about her work in this collection of great essays by her friends! Download PDF
We can’t wait for Athena Papadopoulos’ upcoming solo show Rancho Rat-King-Cougar at Supportico Lopez, opening May 1st in Berlin!
Thank you W Magazine for choosing Emalin as one of the newcomers in their April issue
Emalin is excited to announce the third edition of the Bratwurst Talks. Nicholas Cheveldave will be in conversation with Samuel Leuenberger, director and curator SALTS, Basel, and Leopold Thun on Saturday, 11th April, noon. Invite
We are delighted to announce our upcoming solo-exhibition with Nicholas Cheveldave in Milan, 08, April, 2015. www.nicholascheveldave.com
Currently in Residence at Rupert, Vilnius in preparation for our upcoming project with Ali Eisa in June, 2015. www.rupert.lt
We will be in conversation with Athena Papadopoulos for the second edition of the Bratwurst Talks at 3pm on Sunday 8 March at the Zabludowicz Collection. Poster
Athena Papadopoulos has been invited by the Zabludowicz Collection to be their first exhibition of 2015. Opening 29 January until 8 March, 2015 @ 176 Prince of Wales Road, London NW5 3PT, www.zabludowiczcollection.com
You can see work by Charlie Billingham at the wonderful Supportico Lopez in Berlin until 20 December
We are delighted to be taking part in Rupert Centre for Art and Education’s residency programme in February and June, 2015. More details tba. www.rupert.lt
We are still welcoming contributions for our open submission publication to accompany Honeymoon in Pickle Paradise. Please send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm Athena Papadopolous presents Mr. & Mrs. Philip Cath in a narrated cycle of tableaux, set to reenact their wedding night at The Majestic hotel, San Francisco. The performance will be the tradition of eighteenth century mimoplastic art. Writing in 1787, the German writer Goethe recorded after seeing one such performance: “The spectator can hardly believe his eyes…” All welcome
Athena Papadopoulos is one of the best young artists to see outside of Frieze according to i-D / Vice (but we already knew that)
LukePletschStagkouraki now broadcasting live until 10pm. Watch it here
We are excited to announce a series of performances co-curated by Emalin and Athena Papadopoulos taking place inside Honeymoon in Pickle Paradise.
14 October, 8pm: LukePletschStagkouraki; 16 October, 7pm: Sarah Duffy; 18 October, 4pm till late: Mr and Mrs Philip Cath – find all info here
To rsvp please email: email@example.com
Free Time, a publication to accompany our exhibition is now available to read online. Featuring an essay by James Cahill as well as images of the Bellaria. Download it here
Charlie Billingham’s Jam Standard opens at Brand New Gallery, Milan on 2 October. www.brandnew-gallery.com
We are very excited to be hosting the first Bratwurst Talks with Athena Papadopoulos, Nicholas Cheveldave, Charlie Billingham and Ophelia Finke on Saturday 9 August, 12:00 to 14:00 @ the Bellaria Poster
Athena Papadopoulos is one of the 2014 Bloomberg New Contemporaries www.newcontemporaries.org.uk
Ophelia Finke will be exhibiting at Hus Gallery this autumn along with Konrad Wyrebek, Santiago Taccetti and Nathan Green. The exhbition runs from 12 September to 11 October www.husgalleries.com
Emalin are pleased to announce our next project will be a solo exhibition of new work by Athena Papadopoulos in London, UK. www.athenapapadopoulos.com
Charlie Billingham is now represented by Los Angeles based OHWOW Gallery. His exhibition, Tender 2, The Sunshine Room, runs until 28 June 2014 www.oh-wow.com
Documentation of Ophelia Finke’s installation, Paris-Dakar, in the entrance hall of Central Saint Martins is now on her website www.opheliafinke.net