Archives de catégorie : John Murphy

John Murphy, A Different Constellation (Lupus), BAL, Liège

John Murphy

John Murphy

John Murphy
A Different Constellation (Lupus) 1994
Oil on linen
290 x 330 cm

Dans le coin inférieur droit de « A different constellation », on peut voir un chien (et il est de la même race que ceux de Vélasquez, Watteau ou Courbet). Mais le chien n’est qu’une fraction d’un tout beaucoup plus vaste : la peinture.

Art Brussels 2015, les images (1)

La Libre 24/04/2015

Aglaia Konrad

Aglaia Konrad

Aglaia Konrad
Zweimal Belichtet (Paris-Sittard), 2015,
3 Lambda c-prints, 40 x 232 cm, 40 x 287 cm, 40 x 302 cm
Edition 5/5

Jacques Lizène

Jacques Lizène
Art syncrétique, 1964, sculpture génétique culturelle 1984, en remake 2011. Technique mixte, résine, plâtre, papier, masque Fang, mannequin, 190 x 55 x 35 cm

John Murphy

John Murphy
The Deceptive Caress of a Giraffe, 1993
Oil on canvas, 264 x 168 cm.

Jacqueline Mesmaeker

Jacqueline Mesmaeker
Bolsena. Tempête dans un lac volcanique
Vidéo HD, 4 :3, couleurs, sans son, 00 :03 :52

Art Brussels

Eleni Kamma
18/06/2013, Liberty –Time (Hürriyet- Zaman), de la série Actuality Kilims, 2015
Imprimé journal, 50 x 70 cm

Eleni Kamma
20/06/2013, Liberty – Nationality (Hürriyet – Milliyet) de la série Actuality Kilims, 2015
Imprimé journal, 50 x 70 cm

Artsy

WIELS Senior Curator Zoë Gray on the 8 Strongest Works at Art Brussels. Artsy.

Art Brussels 2015, preview, John Murphy, The Deceptive Caress of a Giraffe

John Murphy

The Deceptive Caress of a Giraffe, 1993
Oil on canvas, 264 x 168 cm.

John Murphy

Sunk into Solitude, 2003
Envelop addressed to the artist, postmark and stamp, 86,5 x 74,5 x 3,5 cm.

John Murphy’s practice can be characterised through his use of existing material, such as reproductions and ready-mades.
Preoccupied with the relationship between vision, things and language whilst playing on the theme of similarity and difference, John Murphy’s art historical lineage can be traced through a specifically European Symbolist-based conceptual tradition descending from Mallarmé and Jarry through to Duchamp, Magritte and Broodthaers. The artist’s process of accumulating and arranging fragments of images and language is echoed in the viewer’s experience of the finished exhibition, where memories of things encountered shape the perception of other things yet to be seen.

John Murphy, What is past is prologue, Gevaert Editions, présentation ce 17 avril

John Murphy

Les éditions Gevaert présentent ce 17 avril 2015  de 17 à 21h :

John Murphy
What is past is prologue

Triptych:
– Print. Inkjet printing with handwritten annotation. 53 x 34.5 cm
– Jacket comprising a book (16 p., 34.5 x 26.5 cm). Inkjet and offset printing. 36.5 x 32.5 cm
– Film. 3’55 »
Edition of 7 copies signed and numbered by the artist.

Gevaert Editions
10 rue du chapeau
1070 Bruxelles

Arco Madrid 2015, les images (1)

Arco 2015

Arco 2015

Emilio López-Menchero
Trying to be Ensor, 2010.
Concept & performance : Emilio López-Menchero, photo : Emilio López-Menchero & Carmel Peritore. Costume et maquillage : Carmel Peritore.
Photographie couleurs marouflée sur aluminium, 76,5 x 61,5 cm. Edition 10/10

John Murphy
Gradually the body falls behind, 2006
Post card, pen and ink on board
85 x 64 cm

Arco 2015

John Murphy
… reflecting skin … or painted image, 2006
C-print, 150 x 198 cm

Jacques Lizène
Sculpture nulle 1980, art syncrétique 1964, l’interrogation génétique 1971, mettre n’importe quel objet sur la tête 1994. En remake 2011, sculpture africaine, fougère artificielle, photocopie, acrylique, 180 x 30 x 30 cm

Arco 2015

Arco 2015

Arco 2015

Jacques Lizène
Meuble découpé 1964, naufrage de regard, art syncrétique 1964, sculpture génétique culturelle 1974, statue fétiche d’art africain croisé statuette de style précolombien, en remake 2011

Jacques Lizène
Sculpture génétique, 1971 en remake 2015, technique mixte, 120 x 73 cm
Genetic Sculpture 1971, remake 2015, 120 x 73 cm

Arco 2015

John Murphy, Arco 2015 Madrid, preview

John Murphy

John Murphy
Gradually the body falls behind, 2006
Post card, pen and ink on board
85 x 64 cm

John Murphy

John Murphy

John Murphy
… reflecting skin … or painted image 2006
C-print, 150 x 198 cm

Arco 2015, 25.02 > 01.03, Feria de Madrid, stand 7A10

Arco 2015

La galerie participe à ARCO 2015 Madrid. Pavillon 7, stand A 10
Et montrera des oeuvres de :

Jacques Lizène, Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Jacqueline Mesmaeker, John Murphy et Walter Swennen

Dates and Opening Hours
From 25 February to 1 March 2015. Professional visitors: Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26, from noon to 8 pm.
Open to the public: Friday 27, Saturday 28 and Sunday 1, from noon to 8 pm. Halls 7 and 9 at Feria de Madrid

Jacqueline Mesmaeker

Jacqueline Mesmaeker
Les Antipodes, 1979-2015
Film super 8 numérisé projeté dans un encadrement doré, couleurs, sans son, 00.12.25 en boucle

Voir la preview du stand sur ARTSY dès le 19 février

John Murphy, Marginalia, Raven Row, London

Plastic Words
13 December 2014 to 30 January 2015

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Isidore Isou reading his manifesto of cultural and meca-aesthetical wrapping (Œuvre d’anti-emballage et de super-emballage, 1985) on the Pont-Neuf, Paris, on 26 May 1987
Photographer unknown. Courtesy and copyright: Archives Eric Fabre

Organised by John Douglas Millar, David Musgrave, Luke Skrebowski, Natasha Soobramanien and Luke Williams.

Raven Row plays host for six weeks to a series of public events that mine the contested space between contemporary literature and art.

Taking this space as a starting point, the participants – including leading writers, visual and performance artists – reflect on the possible overlaps, parallels, tangents and interferences between some of today’s most adventurous forms of writing and art making. The variety of formats reflects the diversity of the contributors, spanning readings, performances, panel discussions and publishing experiments.

A companion display curated by Antony Hudek entitled Marginalia with artworks by Eleanor Antin, Isidore Isou, John Murphy and Philippe Thomas, will be on view during events. Antony Hudek will give tours on the 8, 15, 22 January from 1–2pm. Please click here to reserve your space through Eventbrite.

At each event, the pop-up bookshop Luminous Books will present a selection of titles written by and related to the speakers in Plastic Words and will host a selection of artist novels curated by The Book Lovers, a research project by David Maroto and Joanna Zielinska. For the final event in the series, Luminous Books will join forces with print-on-demand publishers Publication Studio, for its first London appearance.

All events are free. Except for the opening event, reservations are strongly encouraged.

Raven Row London

OFF(ICIELLE) FIAC 2014, les images (3)

Officielle Fiac 2014

John Murphy
The Song of the Flesh or The Dog who Shits (Lyra), 1993.
Oil on canvas, 264 x 198,5 cm

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Valérie Sonnier
Sans titre (de la série Faire le photographe II), 2013
Crayon sur papier

Valérie Sonnier
Sans titre (sous la neige)
crayon et cire sur papier

Officielle FIAC

John Murphy
FELLINI’S CASANOVA
[2011]
Three prints on Arches paper (42 x 29.7 cm each). Inkjet and offset printing.
Mounted on aluminium. Edition of 20 copies + 5 A.P.’s signed and numbered by the artist

OFF(ICIELLE) FIAC 2014, les images (2)

Officielle fiac 2014

Officielle fiac 2014

John Murphy
… reflecting skin … or painted image 2006
C-print, 150 x 198 cm

Officielle fiac 2014

Jacques Lizène
Art syncrétique 1964, olivier croisé sapin croisé palmier, projet de sculpture en bronze peint, remake 2011.
technique mixte sur enveloppe, 30 x 30 cm

Jacques Lizène
Art syncrétique 1964, en remake 2011
encre sur enveloppe, 30 x 30 cm

Officielle fiac 2014

Jacques Lizène
Art syncrétique, 1964. Sculpture génétique 1971. En remake 2011. Technique mixte, 65 x 30 x 30 cm. Sur colonne : 158 cm

officielle fiac 2014

Jacqueline Mesmaeker
L’Androgyne
1. Navire en détresse
Technique mixte, 51 x 77,5 cm et 157 x 44 cm