Posts Tagged ‘Adam Pendleton’

Adam Pendleton: Becoming Imperceptible at Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans

Adam Pendleton. Installation Shot of System of Display, X (EXPRESS/Poro secret society mask, Mano, Liberia). 2016. Silkscreen ink on Plexiglas and mirror. Image courtesy of the artist and the Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans.

Curated by Dr. Andrea Andersson, Adam Pendleton: Becoming Imperceptible is the most extensive museum presentation of the artist’s work to date—a significant triumph for a cultural institution located in New Orleans, one of the most racially and politically fraught cities in the southern United States. While the exhibition’s rich display resonates with the variety of material and conceptual strategies at work in Pendleton’s oeuvre, it[…..]

#Hashtags: Heart of Darkness

Sammy Baloji. Essay on Urban Planning, 2013 (installation view). Twelve colour photographs, each 80 x 120 cm 320 x 360 cm Courtesy the artist and Galerie Imane Farès, Paris © Sammy Baloji © Photo: Alessandra Bello. Belgian Pavilion, 56th Venice Biennale.

#imperialism #appropriation #representation #environment #postcolonialism #revolution Throughout the 56th Venice Biennale, one finds national pavilions that have taken up the postcolonial mantle of Okwui Enwezor’s central exhibition within the contours of their own relationships to imperialist histories. Among the most successful of these are Vincent Meessen’s Belgian pavilion, Personne et les Autres, and Fiona Hall’s Australian pavilion, Wrong Way Time. Both pavilions consider how the[…..]