February 15th, 2016
We recently updated the documentation of an Adele Röder show at Haus der Kunst that we published in January. The new images, which you can see here, show Röder’s neon works as the sole illuminating elements in the exhibition space.
December 18th, 2015
Contemporary Art Blur, a site we learned about this week.
December 17th, 2015
Documentation for eight of the over 30 Lutz Bacher exhibitions we released this week on Contemporary Art Quarterly previously existed only as slides in these five binders. We digitized them as part of our archival process. This group of materials even includes a video of Pat Hearn giving a tour of Bacher’s 1993 exhibition at her gallery.
November 29th, 2015
We’ve just added two projects from 2014 to Ei Arakawa’s Quarterly archive, courtesy of the artist: Bakhneli Archive from The Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, and Sunflower Sutra from Rise Projects/The Silvie Fleming Collection, London.
November 24th, 2015
Sometimes Forrest posts snapshots from around the workplace.
November 12th, 2015
Ian Rosen at Essex Street
Cocteau Twins – “Pink Orange Red”
Every so often Bryce posts an image of an artwork published on Contemporary Art Daily alongside a music video published on his personal blog.
August 26th, 2015
Portraits & Repetition is a new film by Berlin-based artist Juliette Blightman commissioned by the South London Gallery, presented as a continuous online screening for one year, launching August 26, 2015.
Over time, the dedicated website for her project will constantly change, revealing only one fragment of the entire film at any given time. Each presented item, whether an audio clip, image or film, will have its own duration, a malleable portion of time that can stretch from a couple of seconds to days or weeks at a time. Read on here.
See our selected coverage of Juliette Blightman’s exhibitions here.
August 7th, 2015
Essays produced for the programming can be found below:
Photos, audio, and essays are courtesy of The Wattis Institute, San Francisco
July 31st, 2015
Excerpt from the film Stolen Kisses (Baisers volés), François Truffaut, 1962. Selected by Sandra Patron.
Le Crédac’s online curatorial project Royal Garden has published a prolongation of The Registry of Promise, a cycle of four exhibitions curated by Chris Sharp which we published on Contemporary Art Daily over the past year or so.
July 27th, 2015
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