Con Berta Caccamo, en nuestro estudio de Patin, #parisfrance #formatocomodo #arthistory
Deer Dance, wall painting Canal Hoyuk, Turkey 5750 BC #cervus #art #performance #format
Dancing like a Deer #cervus #art #performanceart
Dancing like a deer performed a Yaqui dancer imitates the movements of the animal. Photo by Miguel Salgado
#cervus Aby Warburg was against the aestheticizing art history as Kathleen M. Gough remember in her book https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/DRAM_a_00191
Ramón Tío Bellido, Darya von Berner, Joan Rabascal, Miralda y Begoña Torres
Joan Rabascall work is about the mass medias’s manipulation of representation. Our dear friend the critic Pierre Restany exhibited his works in 1966.
This Friday, February 7, the exhibition “XXL – Grossformatige Werke der Gegenwart” will open in Galerie Henze & Ketterer & Triebold (Riehen / Basel) with my painting “Thinking like a deer” (Untitled (10.CR). One of my first steps on ecological issues.
Darya von Berner “Thinking like a deer” (Untitled (10.C.R.) Acryl on linen, 1996. 300 x 200 cm. Februray 7, Read more…
Joseph Beuys Hirsch auf Urschlitten, 1980-1990 Joseph Beuys viewed art as a vehicle for social change. Photo: ARTEDIO.COM
Darya von Berner “Thinking like a deer (Untitled (10.C.R.)” Performance & Acryl on linen, 1996. 300 x 200 cm. The Read more…
The project Lupus Viator (latin: wolf walking) began as a series of monumental painted installations. Later it continued to evolve over a period of 7 years. It travelled to 7 different countries worldwide. Taking into consideration its extensive duration, as well as its territorial movements, from country to country, Lupus Viator can be understood almost like a mythical pilgrimage, which covers the trails and places, where wolves have formerly roamed in abundance, before the species has widely become extinct.
For the Centro Cultural de España, AECID (Lima, Peru), Darya von Berner collaborated with a group of local artists, called the Aguaitones.
Darya von Berner about Lupus Viator – Madrid
Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza hosts this conversation that departs from her and José Luis de Vicente’s report on their participation on the Read more…
At Caixa Forum the Panel Art for Change suppoted by Schneider Electric Foundation organized by Alice Audouin, the president of Read more…
Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza hosts this conversation that departs from her and José Luis de Vicente’s report on their participation on the official working sessions at COP25. This conversation addresses how art is an active tool for fighting climate change.
Participants: Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza, Founder and Chairwoman TBA21; José Luis de Vicente, curator and researcher; Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, artist; and John Gerrard, artist.
During the weather conference COP25 Alice @alice.audouin invited Michael Pinsky @michael_pinsky , John Gerrard @johngerrard.inst , Fernando García Dory @fer_dory, Cédric Carles and other friends all aware that in a finite world we cannot grow indefinitely
Now ten years later artists face a darker panorama. The earth, as Blaise Pascal said, is cracking under our feet. Read more…
On the occasion of the Climate Change Conference @cop25_madrid from December 2 to 13, 2019, artists explore the impact of climate change. Ten years ago, in 2009, Darya von Berner created in Madrid “Universal Cloud Flag” a white flag of minute water drops, like the clouds that nourish and sustain life. Shortly after she carried out this idea that she patented, manufactured, and installed it in front of The Peace Palace in The Hague in 2012. The cloud flag was emitted from the top of a steel mast, using fog pressure to spray water in suspension into the atmosphere.
Unique Multiples @unique.multiples is pleased to present The Last Illusion, a new sculptural edition made from one kilo of pure gold by Madrid-based conceptual artist Darya von Berner. This holographic, mixed media work features a cast sculpture of golden shit displayed within a custom holographic vitrine, which through its own visual alchemy renders the precious heavy metal into a hovering, ghostly apparition.
Following in the tradition of ‘épater le bourgeois,’ or abject works of art such as Maurizio Cattelan’s America (2016), an 18-karat gold toilet, and Piero Manzoni’s seminal work Artist’s Shit (1961), The Last Illusion continues this line of inquiry, questioning how the value of art is derived, and juxtaposing the symbolic with the tangible, the abstract with the real.
With Amparo López Corral @arteconsultora telling Rosa Pérez, presenter from Fluido Rosa by @radio3rne , about our art and nature project SER_PAISAJE. Rosa knows how to listen, inspiring multiple associations of ideas that enable to make all kinds of relations.
Fluido rosa, is a Radio3 program of contemporary music and plastic creation, where they find the creators of both national and international visual culture, exhibition spaces, museums, rooms, galleries, collectives, etc.
Copenhagen – BIGGEST are the works of art
OPENING: November 1st, 2019
BIG or BIGGGEST is part of THE WRONG BIENALE
arranged by 60Seconds
Kong Renés Datter (King René’s Daughter) is a Danish verse drama written in 1845 by Henrik Hertz.
The Russian adaptation by Vladimir Zotov was used as the basis for the 1892 opera Iolanta, written by Tchaikovsky, with libretto by his brother Modest Ilyich Tchaikovsky. #writer #tchaikovsky #henrikhertz #opera #copenhagen
Glad to have been selected in the Festival 60 sec / The Wrong Biennale !
You can see the work: “BIGGEST ARE THE WORKS OF ART” in Copenhagen from November 1 to March 1, 2020.