Velvet Ropes2018-11-05 17:27:15
Saturday April 21 st, 2018
Velvet Ropes – Original A3 works by 80 international artists – 1000DKK (£120/$160/€135) each. “Velvet Ropes” is a 5 hour sale featuring A3 works by around 80 international artists. All works will be priced at 1000 DKK (£120/$160/€135). The works will be sold on a first come, first served on Saturday 21st at the gallery, doors will open at 12 noon.
Velvet Ropes gives collectors and fans, who are otherwise priced out of the market, an opportunity to purchase works from some of today’s most exciting talents, and gives artists a chance to widen their collector base and connect with their peers around the world.
Artists include John Kørner, Constance Tenvik, Dexter Dalwood, Malene Landgrene, Michael Simpson, Jenny Källman, Richard Woods, Camilla Thorup, Mike Silva, Ryan Gander, Anna Bjerger, Cathrine Raben Davidsen, Richard Woods, Ditte Gantris, Dickon Drury, Thomas Hylander…
Velvet Ropes is organised by Charlie Roberts and Chris Rexroad, Director of 0-0 LA gallery, with David Risley Gallery.
The works will be displayed in the Furniture by Artists environment that is currently up at the David Risley Gallery
Mystic Service2017-02-22 19:24:38
Saturday 4 February 2017 at 20.00
Tørreloft presents a special screening of short films in Kiosk 7.
Including works by Johann Lurf, Pernille With Madsen, Oliver Sutherland, Bonnie Begusch, Jason Dungan, Will Hurt, Jessica Breitholtz Björk, Tom Badley +++ www.torreloft.com
Short Stay2017-02-22 19:22:49
Bonnie Begusch—Jessica Breitholtz Björk—Karl Georg Staffan Björk—Gerbrand Burger—Kompjotr Eplektrika—Gerard Mostert—Monica Tormell—Maria Louise Vandenput—Felicia von Zweigbergk
Friday 13 January 2017, 12:00—24:00
Live music program 20:00
K–G–B, Benedenlangs 183, Amsterdam
Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 January 2017, 13:00—17:00
Live music Friday 13 January
20:00 Gerard Mostert
20:30 Kompjotr Eplektrika
21:00 Computer Mustard (GM + KE)
Access the now a projection
On moments of space in a row
Row in the moment of access
The vessel of prodigious glow
Based on the poem Access the Now by Kompjotr Eplektrika, as well as the time frame of the actual exhibition (on display only for a weekend), Short Stay sets out to isolate the present and explore what happens in the very moment when/where the immediate future merges with the past.
The exhibited works deal with the instantaneous through thoughts and ideas related to physical laws and general human perception, but also to art history, natural science and phenomena such as cultivation, aging, repetition, disruption, transformation and what is yet to come. Many of the works focus on intermediate sequences of transformation and on properties that emerge within an interval; the behavior of different structures, and how these develop in new formations. Emphasis is also put on the margins of ‘the instant’ within a time span; the infinity of the universe versus the immediate revelation of an idea drawn onto paper.
On the opening of the exhibition, Kompjotr Eplektrika will perform an improvised set of ‘classic computer throw-up music’, using analog instruments that are sampled and sequenced through time-manipulating software. Gerard Mostert will perform Bach on harmonium and, for this occasion only, the two will perform a collaborative time-stretched set as the duo Computer Mustard.
Art and space in Amsterdam Noord.
Visiting address: Benedenlangs 183, 1025KG Amsterdam, The Netherlands
CCA – Mallorca2015-01-19 10:51:50
Artist in residence at CCA, Andratx, Mallorca. Working period between 3-16 February 2015.
❮❮ REW2015-01-15 20:42:37
16-18 January 2015
Opening 16 January 17:00-21:00
17 & 18 January 13:00-17:00
Jessica Breitholtz Björk
Daniëlle van Ark
Karl Georg Staffan Björk
Plan B Studio / K–G–B
Benedenlangs 183, Het Breed, Amsterdam
Close to Buikslotermeerplein in Amsterdam Noord: 10 min from CS by bike, or bus 33 to ‘Het Breed West’.
Ever since the beginning of Plan B the studio space as a location for presentations has been a basic element. Although Plan B functions nomadic nowadays, the studio is still an important element from where different connections are being made. Within ❮❮ REW Plan B looks at the studio as a possible presentation location on one hand, while on the other hand it can be a motive for autonomous works.
The installation ‘Korda’ by KGS Björk will play a central role in ❮❮ REW. The work was commissioned by Plan B and KRETS for the project FOR THE RECORD last fall. Translated as a line segment joining two points on any curve, ‘Korda’ (chord) formulates a relation between the architecture of the artist’s studio in the housing complex ‘Het Breed‘ in Amsterdam and KRETS gallery in Malmö.
After being presented in Malmö ‘Korda’ moved back to its starting point: the studio. Accompanied by works of invited artists the return of Korda marks the beginning of ❮❮ REW. Against this background ❮❮ REW develops as a studio presentation bringing together works by Daniëlle van Ark, Sara Bjarland, Wouter Venema and Jessica Breitholtz Björk in a new order. Within ❮❮ REW transitions in time and location play a different role, as seen from various viewpoints.