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News and Events

EVENTS

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BOOK LAUNCH

Into the Culture Cave

Sunday, 19 November. 3pm.
Artbook @ MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Ave, Queens
New York

For more information see here

Into the Culture Cave: Generator of Art and Community, Emotions and Ideas available soon from Black Dog Publishing. For more information see here


EXHIBITION

Unseen By My Open Eyes | Kevin Gaffney

 

Opening 24th November, Block 336 will present Unseen By My Open Eyes, the first solo exhibition of Irish artist Kevin Gaffney’s
work in the UK. A natural storyteller with a surrealistic bent,
Gaffney considers issues of sexual and national identities through
four seductive films that explore the construction, projection and manipulation of subjective realities.

A monograph on the artists work published by  Black Dog Publishing will accompany the exhibition.

For more details see here


BOOK LAUNCH
Phil Shaw's Shelf Obsession
 

Toronto Launch of Phil Shaw's Shelf Obsession
Type Books, 883 Queen Street West, Toronto
Saturday, October 28, 10am-12pm
FREE EVENT

For more details see here

Book available now from Black Dog Publishing


Into the Culture Cave: Generator of Art and Community, Emotions and Ideas

Tuesday, October 24, 2017, 7:00pm

 Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069

The Luminato Festival's residency at the Hearn Generating Station three times the size of the Tate Modern in 2016 was an enormous undertaking that rewrote the rules of cultural programming in Toronto, and served as an example of how contemporary culture can engage with idle urban spaces. Now, the incredible story of the Hearn's transformation is detailed in former Luminato Artistic Director Jorn Weisbrodt's book Into the Culture Cave: Generator of Art and Community, Emotions and Ideas. Composed of contributions from Luminato staff, cultural thinkers and Weisbrodt himself, the book not only discusses the immense production challenges Luminato overcame to turn the Hearn into a 17-day cultural space, but also Weisbrodt's vision of what a 21st century arts institution should be — a "culture cave" where all art forms are welcome, no internal barriers exist and diverse audiences meet. For 17 days the Hearn was the largest multi-arts center in the world. 

Jorn Weisbrodt will be in discussion with 2 artists, Rufus Wainwright and Tim Hecker, who performed at the Hearn and who experienced first hand this enormous experiment that tried to present culture in a different, more open and porous way.

For more information about this event please click here


Phyllida Barlow: folly at the 57th Venice Biennale

May 13 - November 26 2017

Phyllida Barlow has been selected to represent Britain at the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia and she presents a major solo show in the British Pavilion. 

Best known for her colossal sculptural projects, for over four decades Phyllida Barlow has employed a distinctive vocabulary of inexpensive materials such as plywood, cardboard, plaster, cement, fabric and paint to create striking sculptures and bold and expansive installations that confront the relationship between objects and the space that surrounds them. 

For more information on this event please click here


NEWS

Once inspired, now inspiring

Kent Monkman is stoking passion in a new generation of Indigenous artists while he shares his provocative, defiant, score-settling Winnipeg-informed work all over the world

A revealing feature interview with Kent Monkman in The Winnipeg Free Press

Coming soon from Black Dog Publishing, The Four Continents: Kent Monkman, and Kent Monkman: Shame and Prejudice, A Story of Resilience


This Toronto artist’s wonderfully peculiar portraits are unlike anything you’ve ever seen

Check out this feature interview with Stephen Appleby-Barr, whose book Stephen Appleby-Barr: The Pale Path is available now from Black Dog Publishing 


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Canada and The Times: The Faraway Nearby

Earlier this year, the Ryerson Image Center in Toronto received a donation of 24,804 images from a collector, Chris Bratty, who had purchased the collection with the intention of donating it. Selected by a team led by two gallerists, Steven Kasher and Stephen Bulger, the pictures range from World War I to the late 1990s, from hockey players to lumberjacks. A selection is currently on view in an exhibition at the center and in a book, both entitled The Faraway Nearby.

Read the full article at The New York Times here


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What a 1970s Chilean Satire Can Tell Us About Donald Trump

Novelist, playwrightessayistacademic, and human rights activist Ariel Dorfman writes in The Nation about the essay he co-authored with Armand MattelartHow to Read Donald Duck — republished as part of How to Read El Pato Pascual: Disney's Latin America and Latin America's Disney

You can read the article here


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Sam Durant Wins deCordova Sculpture Park’s $25,000 Rappaport Prize

The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts, has given its annual Rappaport Prize to Sam Durant, the Los Angeles–based artist whose political work has struck a chord with audiences at galleries, museums, and art fairs—and, most recently, was the subject of intense protest in Minneapolis. As part of the prize, which recognises an artist who bears a relationship to New England, Durant—who was raised in the South Shore area near Boston—will receive $25,000.

Read the article here


Landon Mackenzie: 2017 Winner of the Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts

Black Dog Publishing would like to congratulate Landon Mackenzie, a 2017 Winner of the Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts.

Landon Mackenzie: Parallel Journey: Works on Paper from Black Dog Publishing is available to buy now from our website. Watch the Landon Mackenzie: We Don’t Have A Picture Yet film by Anthony Grieco.



50 people to watch in 2017

THE IRISH TIMES
Saturday 7th January 2017



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Jade Doskow: Lost Utopias

DART: DESIGN ARTS DAILY
Wednesday 25th January 2017

THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHY BOOKS OF THE YEAR: 2016

AMERICAN PHOTO
Thursday 15th December 2016

Lost utopias: how the world imagined its future

THE LONG AND SHORT
Wednesday 14th December 2016

The eerie, forgotten relics of world's fairs across the globe

THE INDEPENDENT
Tuesday 29th November 2016


Peep this panoramic view of 70s and 80s London

DAZED
Thursday 8th December 2016