Julian Dashper & Friends
City Gallery Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
December 5, 2015 - April 25, 2016
Julian Dashper & Friends
Julian Dashper & Friends
City Gallery Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
December 5, 2015 - April 25, 2016
Tags: Billy Apple, City Gallery Wellington, Colin McCahon, Dane Mitchell, Daniel Buren, Fiona Connor, Gordon Walters, Imants Tillers, Jan van der Ploeg, John Nixon, John Reynolds, Julian Dashper, Marie Shannon, Milan Mrkusich, New Zealand, Peter Robinson, Peter Tyndall, Rita Angus, Robert Leonard
The Kaleidoscopic Turn brings together works by artists working with colour, light, sound, movement and space. Drawn from the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, and featuring a number of recent acquisitions, The Kaleidoscopic Turn resonates with references to various artistic legacies of the 20th century from Op art to colourfield painting, offering a range of multi-sensory experiences including immersive installations, kinetic sculptures, video art, works on paper and painting in its diverse and expanded forms.
Tags: Angela Bulloch, Anne-Marie May, Bridget Riley, Briony Galligan and Rafaella McDonald, David Harley, David Thomas, Diena Georgetti, Elizabeth Newman, Eugene Carchesio, Jan van der Ploeg, Jesus Soto, John Nixon, Johnny Niesche, Marco Fusinato, Martha Boto, Matt Hinkley, Melinda Harper, Olafur Eliasson, Robert Hunter, Ross Manning, Sandra Selig, Tomislav Nikolic, Victor Vasarely, Zilvinas Kempinas
Among these eleven artists a ‘smoothing’ operates. It operates differently whether thick and buttery or applied in slickly layered glazes. The painter’s attentiveness, whether pressing, rubbing or sealing over warp and weft or board, creates an intimate relation between their touch and our being touched.
Tags: Callum Innes, Clement Greenberg, David Thomas, Glen Snow, Jan van der Ploeg, John Nixon, Julian Dashper, Leigh Martin, Milan Mrkusich, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New Zealand, Noel Ivanoff, Rohan Hartley Mills, Selina Foote, Simon Morris, Thiery de Duve, Two Rooms
An orange surface on a baking sheet with a simple white frame, or an orange accent on a small-scale canvas...? What is the deciding factor that differentiates painting and crafts as art forms? How do today's artists deal with the starting point of painting since this problem appeared to have been long resolved but is challenged once again by each generation? These are the kind of questions to which the Elementary Painting exhibition at the Kunstmuseum St. Gallen devotes itself: It confronts the classic colour field paintings with situations which initially determine the paintings by their borders.
Tags: Adrian Schiess, Beni Bischof, Bernard Frize, Bernard Tagwerker, Carl Ostendarp, Christian Vetter, Christoph Rütimann, David Reed, Günter Umberg, Günther Wizemann, Heimo Zobernig, Imi Knoebel, John M. Armleder, John Nixon, Joseph Marioni, Karin Sander, Konrad Bitterli, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Marcia Hafif, Mark Dagley, Michael Venezia, Oliver Mosset, Patrick Rohner, Radical Painting, Reto Boller, Steven Parrino, Switzerland, Urs Frei, Williams College Museum of Art
May 16 - June 21, 2014
MINUS SPACE is delighted to present the exhibition John Nixon: EPW – Paintings for an Abstract Commune. This is the Melbourne, Australia-based artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States since 1996. It will include examples from two bodies of work: Paintings for an Abstract Commune, a suite of new, modestly-scaled enamel works on medium-density fiberboard that function simultaneously as both abstract paintings and flags; and Monochrome (Shaped Canvas), which use shape to impart dynamism into the discipline of monochrome painting.
A group exhibition by AC4CA Editions.
The continuing tradition of monochrome (one colour) painting in western art began in the early 20th century. American curator, critic and writer Barbara Rose describes monochrome painting as: ‘simultaneously fullness and void, a moment of silence in a world of noise. It goes nowhere and everywhere, it is specific and universal, tangible and immaterial. It is the ultimate paradox.’
Installation view. January 8 – March 5, 2011 In the ‘front space,’ John Nixon has installed a selection of his works from three decades of the EXPERIMENTAL PAINTING WORKSHOP, EPW: 1980-2010. As he lives in Australia and travels internationally, works are often made in situ using local materials in the days before the opening. At Hebel_121 works produced in different cities over a period of years are brought together for the exhibition. Each exhibition is […]
Click to purchase from Golden Age The Suburban, Michelle Grabner and Brad Killam’s Oak Park based art space celebrates it’s 10th anniversary with an encyclopedic compendium of it’s long history. Introductory essays by Forrest Nash and Michael Newman & design by Jason Pickleman. Artists: Kevin Appel, Vasco Araujo, David Hullfish Bailey, Mike Banicki, BANK, Stephen Berens, Cindy Bernard, Walead Beshty, Dike Blair, Gregg Bordowitz, Keil Borrman, Andrea Bowers, Yvette Brackman, Troy Brauntuch, Ralf Brög, Alex […]
Tags: Aaron Parazette, Adriane Herman, Alex Brown, Alex Herzog, Alicia Frankovich, Amy Granat, Amy Park, Amy Vogel, Andrea Bowers, Andrea Zittel and The Smockshop, Andreas Fischer, Andrew Falkowski, Autumn Ramsey, B. Wurtz, BANK, Bernard Frize, Brad Killam, Brad Tucker, Cameron Martin, Ceal Floyer, Chris Hanson & Hendrika Sonnenberg, Chris Sperandio, Cindy Bernard, Cip Contreras, Claire Pentecost, Clinton King, Corey McCorkle, Curtis Whaley, Dan Walsh, Dave Muller, David Coyle, David G. A. Stephenson, David Hullfish Bailey, David Reed, David Robbins, Dike Blair, Drew Heitzler, Duncan MacKenzie, Elijah Burgher, Elizabeth Bryant, Elizabeth Pulsinelli, Forrest Nash, Gabe Fowler, Gary Cannone, Gavin Turk, Gaylen Gerber, Golden Age, Gregg Bordowitz, Griff Williams, Helen Maria Nugent, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, Howard Fonda, Illinois, Jakob Kolding, James Welling, Jamisen Ogg, Jan Estep, Jan van der Ploeg, Jason Pickleman, Jeanne Dunning, Jeff M. Ward, Jessica Hutchins, Joe Pflieger, Joe Smith, Joel Feldman, John Neff, John Nixon, Joseph Grigely, Julia Hechtman, Julian Dashper, Karl Erickson, Karl Haendel, Katharina Grosse, Kay Rosen, Keil Borrman, Kelly Williams, Ken Fandell, Kevin Appel, Kevin Wolff, Kirsten Stoltmann, Konsortium, Lars Wolter, Lesley Vance, Lisa Caccioppoli, Loul Samater, Luc Tuymans, Marcos Ramirez ERRE, Mari Eastman, Marie Shannon, Martin Parr, Matthew Girson, Matthew Higgs, Matthew Rich, Maya Schindler, Meg Duguid, Michael Byron, Michael Krebber, Michael Newman, Michael Smith, Michael Velliquette, Michelle Grabner, Mike Banicki, Mitchell Kane, Mungo Thomson, N55, Neil Taylor, Nevin Tomlinson, Nicholas Frank, Olga Koumoundouros, Olivier Mosset, Olof Olsson, Padraig Timoney, Paul Druecke, Paula Hayes, Pedro Velez, Peter Coffin, Peter Fagundo, Peter Newman, Philip Vanderhyden, Poor Farm Press, Ralf Brog, Richard Holland, Ricky Swallow, Rochelle Feinstein, Rodney McMillan, Sam Durant, Sam Messer & Jonathan Safran Foer, Scott Reeder, Sergej Jensen, Shana Lutker, Shane Aslan Selzer, Shannon Stratton, Sharon Engelstein, Sherman Sam, Stan Shellabarger & Dutes Miller, Stephen Berens, Steven Husby, Susie Rosmarin, Terence Hannum, Terri Griffith & Serena Worthington, The Suburban, Thomas Lawson, Tim Ebner, Todd Chilton, Tony Feher, Troy Brauntuch, Tyson Reeder, Vasco Araujo, Wade Guyton, Walead Beshty, Yvette Brackman
August 7 - September 4, 2010
MINUS SPACE is honored to announce the memorial exhibition Julian Dashper (1960-2009): It Is Life. The exhibition marks the one-year anniversary of the New Zealand artist's death and it will feature a single work by Julian entitled Future Call, as well as written tributes to him by more than 70 artists internationally.
Tags: Ali Duffey, Alicia Frankovich, Andrea Gaskin, Barbara Strathdee, Billy Gruner & Sarah Keighery, Carrie Patterson, Channa Boon, Chinati Foundation, Christopher Cook, Christopher Dean, Clary Stolte, Dane Mitchell, Daniel Feingold, Daniel Göttin, David Raskin, David Thomas, Elodie Lesourd, Emi Winter, Erica van Zon, Erik Saxon, Geoff Newton, Gerda Maise, Gilbert Hsiao, Gwynneth Porter, Henry Brown & Millicent Borges Accardi, Ian Jervis, In Memoriam, Isha Welsh, Jackie Meier, James Juszczyk, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Jan van der Ploeg, Jeffrey Cortland Jones, Jenny Halliday, John Nixon, Joshua Lux, Judy Darragh, Julian Dashper, Karen Schifano, Kasarian Dane, Keira Kotler, Kyle Jenkins, Layla Rudneva-Mackay, Linda Francis, Linda Roche, Lynne Harlow, Machiel van Soest, Mandy Thomsett-Taylor, Marcus Bering, MariaMaria, Marie Shannon, Mark Kirby, Mary-Louise Browne, Matthew Deleget, Mel Prest, Melanie Crader, Michelle Grabner, Mick Johnson, Miriam Harris, Moreno Miorelli, Nathan Pohio, New Zealand, P.S.1, Patricia Zarate, Rachael Wren, Ralf Brog, Rene Rusjan, Robert Swain, Rosanna Albertini, Rose Nolan, Rossana Martinez, Salvatore Panatteri, Sandra Smith, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Simon Ingram, Sioux City Art Center, Soledad Arias, Stephen Little, Steve Karlik, Tilman, Ulrich Museum of Art, Vaughan Gunson, Vicente Butron, Victoria Munro, W.J.M. Kok, William Hsu, Zipora Fried
John Nixon, Nine Colour Flag 2009 Enamel on MDF 45 x 60 cm Friday, June 25, 2010, 1pm At this screening John Nixon will introduce Colour-Rhythm Films 2006-2008 and The Donkey’s Tail: Ad Hoc Blues (Seven Short Silver Films) 2008, both of which are extensions of his polychrome and silver paintings. There will be a brief introduction in which the artist will discuss both films in the context of his broader ideas of art, his […]
Installation view June 22 – July 17, 2010 A new solo exhibition by Australian artist John Nixon.
Poul Gernes, Zielscheibenbild / Target B, 1966-68 Opening: March 25, 2010 Curated by Renate Wiehager, “Pictures about Pictures. Discourses in Painting” – is the Daimler Art Collection’s exhibition title for the Museum Moderner Kunst in Vienna. About 130 works ranging from Classical Modernism and the post-war avant-garde via European Zero and Minimalism to international contemporary art are being presented. The exhibition is structured into thematic fields, each of which presents discursive references to historical and current […]
Tags: Absalon, Adolf Fleischmann, Adolf Holzel, Al Held, Alexander Liberman, Almir da Silva Mavignier, Andre Cadere, Andreas Reiter Raabe, Andreas Schmid, Anselm Reyle, Austria, Christian Megert, Dadamaino, Daimler Art Collection, Danica Phelps, Daniel Buren, Donald Judd, Eckhard Schene, Enrico Castellani, Eva Berendes, Ferdinand Spindel, Francois Morellet, Günter Fruhtrunk, Gene Davis, Georges Vantongerloo, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Gerold Miller, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Hans Arp, Heimo Zobernig, Heinz Mack, Helmut Federle, Henk Peeters, Hermann Glockner, Ian Davenport, Ilya Bolotowsky, Jan Henderikse, Jean Tinguely, Jens Wolf, Jeremy Moon, Jim Lambie, Jo Baer, John Armleder, John McLaughlin, John Nixon, John Tremblay, Jonathan Monk, Josef Albers, Julian Opie, Katja Strunz, Kenneth Noland, Krysten Cunningham, Liam Gillick, Lothar Quinte, Maria Eichhorn, Markus Ebner, Martial Raysse, Mathias Goeritz, Mathieu Mercier, Michael Kidner, Michael Zahn, Museum Moderner Kunst, Nic Hess, Oli Sihvonen, Olivier Mosset, Oskar Schlemmer, Peter Halley, Phillipe Parreno, Pietro Sanguineti, Poul Gernes, Richard Paul Lohse, Robyn Denny, Rupprecht Geiger, Sarah Morris, Simone Westerwinter, Stephane Dafflon, Sylvan Lionni, Terry Haggerty, Tom Sachs, Ugo Rondinone, Ulrike Flaig
Steven Parrino, Untitled, 1993 October 11, 2009 – January 3, 2010 The MAGASIN is starting its season with a portrait of the artist Olivier Mosset. The exhibition takes the form of a tribute, gathering works by different artists, but never showing Olivier Mossetʼs own work. The artists are of all generations, from Carl André to Stéphane Kropf including the famous group of artists 1m3 among the youngest. As a key figure of the artistic scene […]
Tags: Adrian Schiess, Alain Dister, Alain Jacquet, Alan Uglow, Alexandre Bianchini, Alix Lambert, Allan Kaprow, Allan McCollum, Amy Granat, Andy Warhol, Ange Leccia, Art Club 2000, Ben Kinmont, Ben Vautier, Bertrand Lavier, Bettina Rheims, Bill Gruner, Blair Thurman, Cady Noland, Carl Andre, Catherine Eyde, Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble, Christian Floquet, Christian Marclay, Christian Robert-Tissot, Christophe Gossweiler, Chuck Nanney, Claude Rutault, Collectif 1m3, Dan Graham, Dan Walsh, David Robbins, David Row, Delphine Reist, Dike Blair, Dimitry Orlac, Donald Alberti, Donald Baechler, Donald Judd, Donald Sheridan, Drew Heitzler, Elena Montesinos, Elisabeth Oser, Eric Oppenheim, Fia Backstrom, Ford Beckman, François Chessex, France, Francis Baudevin, Frank Kozik, Frank Stella, Frederic Sanchez, Fritz Glarner, Gavin Brown, Günter Umberg, George Dupin, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Gilles Porret, Grégoire Müller, Gretchen Faust, Haley Mellin, Helmut Federle, Howard Smith, Hugo Pernet, Ian Annul, IFP, Isabel Halley / Joanna Avillez, Jackie McAllister, Jamie Dalglish, Janine Antoni, Janine Gordon, Jérôme Beauvarlet, Jean Tinguely, Jean-Thomas Vannotti, Jeff Koons, Joan Wallace, Joan Waltemath, John Armleder, John Dogg, John Nixon, John Tremblay, Jonathan Genkins, Jonathan Monk, Joseph Beuys, Joseph Kosuth, Keith Sonnier, Kim Jones, Kyle Jenkins, L/B, Larry Weiner, Laurie Parsons, Lepicie dʼapres Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin, Li Trincere, Lily Van Der Stokker, Lisa Beck, Lisa Ruyter, Louise Lawler, Louise Lawler/Sherrie Levine, Luciano Perna, Marcia Hafif, Mark Dagley, Mathieu Mercier, Matthew Antezzo, Matthew McCaslin, Michael Corris, Michael Jenkins, Michael Scott, Michael Zahn, Mike Bidlo, Neil Campbell, Nicolas Pasche, Nicole Hassler, Not Vital, Olivier Babin, Peter Halley, Peter Schuyff, Peter Young, Philip J. Reilly, Philippe Bodenmann, Raymond Hains, Renee Levi, Ricardo De Olivera, Richard Artschwager, Robert Colescott, Roland Flexner, Rudolf Stingel, Russell Maltz, Serge Bramly, Serge Kliaving, Serge Lemoine, Sherrie Levine, Sol Lewitt, Stéphane Kropf, Stephane Huitmere, Stephen Westfall, Steve Di Benedetto, Steven Parrino, Sylvie Fleury, Tara Sinn, Timothy Greenfield- Sanders, Tom Merrick, Valentina Stieger, Valentine Mosset, Vincent Szarek, Virginia Overton, W.J.M. Kok, Wallace & Donohue, Walter Robinson, Walter Steding, Wang Guangyi, Yan Pei-Ming, Yves Klein
Installation view with works by Tilman, John Nixon & Julian Dashper (left to right) August 23 – September 27, 2009 HICA, The Highland Institute for Contemporary Art, is to host an exhibition of artists’ work from PS gallery, Amsterdam, opening on Sunday 23rd August, 2009. Concrete Now! Introducing PS will present work from artists who have exhibited with PS, including Julian Dashper, Michelle Grabner, Gerold Miller, John Nixon, Jan van der Ploeg, and Tilman. A […]
Work by Julian Dashper April 24 – June 18, 2009 The gallery presents two painters John Nixon (b. 1949) living in Melbourne, Australia and Julian Dashper (b. 1960) based in Auckland, New Zealand, who have exhibited in our Foley street location back in 1997. Both are concerned with ‘painting’ as a subject rather then a process, opening up the lexicon of possibilities for painting in general, painting not as a vehicle for personal narrative […]
Gerold Miller, Julian Daspher, Daniel Göttin (l to r) Tilman & Kyle Jenkins (l to r) Justin Andrews, Ian Anüll, Julian Daspher, Stephen Bram, Marco Fusinato, Victoria Munro, Matthew Deleget (l to r) January 17 – February 21, 2009 A ten year survey of PS in Amsterdam, founded by artist Jan van der Ploeg. The work shown in Groningen includes three new installations by Kyle Jenkins, Gerold Miller, and Daniel Göttin, as well as […]
Tags: Ben Judd, D.J. Simpson, DAG, Daniel Göttin, Gerold Miller, Guido Munch, Gunther Forch, Ian Anüll, Jan van der Ploeg, Jean Luc Manz, Jessica Centner, John Nixon, Julian Dashper, Justin Andrews, Karina Bisch, Kent Hanssen, Kunstruimte 09, Kyle Jenkins, Lars Breuer, Marco Fusinato, Marie Shannon, Matthew Deleget, Max Presneill, Michal Skoda, Michelle Grabner, Paul Morrison, PS, Retrospectives, Sebastian Freytag, Stephen Bram, Terry Haggerty, The Netherlands, Tilman, Victoria Munro
October 17 – November 31, 2008 On the occasion of the first Brussels Biennial, CCNOA, in cooperation with Brussels-based artist & curator Tilman and Dutch artist & curator Jan Maarten Voskuil, is pleased to present the exhibition YO, MO’ MODERNISM… as part of the Brussels Biennial Off-Program. The exhibitions will feature the work of 34 artists from Belgium, elsewhere in Europe and abroad who investigate the premises of modernism and question and/or highlight aspects […]
Tags: Andres Ramirez Gaviria, Beat Zoderer, Belgium, Brussels Biennial, CCNOA, dextro, Esther Stocker, Fergus Martin, Gerold Miller, Gerold Tagwerker, Ingrid Maria Sinibaldi, Jan Maarten Voskuil, John Armleder, John Nixon, Julian Dashper, Karoe Goldt, Krijn de Koning, LIA, Michaela Schwentner, Michal Skoda, Norbert Pfaffenbichler, Perry Roberts, Simon Ungers, Tilman, Tina Frank
Upside Down features eleven artists affiliated with Sydney Non Objective (SNO), Australia. The exhibition includes work in a variety of media exploring a broad range of conceptual and formal concerns. Many of the artists are exhibiting in the United States for the first time.
December 1, 2007 — January 20, 2008 Developed in collaboration between raum 2810 and Gesellschaft für Kunst und Gestaltung e.V., this is the first survey exhibition of Australian non-objective art in Germany and includes 17 artists. Participating artists: Justin Andrews, Daniel Argyle, Richard Dunn, Michael Graeve, Billy Gruner, Melinda Harper, Andrew Huston, Kyle Jenkins, Sarah Keighery, Melanie E. Khava, Andrew Leslie, John Nixon, Robert Owen, Kerrie Poliness, Trevor Richards, Quentin Sprague and David Thomas. […]
Tags: Andrew Huston, Andrew Leslie, Australia, Billy Gruner, Daniel Argyle, David Thomas, Germany, Gesellschaft fur Kunst und Gestaltung, John Nixon, Justin Andrews, Kerrie Poliness, Kyle Jenkins, Melanie E. Khava, Melinda Harper, Michael Graeve, Quentin Sprague, raum 2810, Richard Dunn, Robert Owen, Sarah Keighery, Trevor Richards
September 15-29, 2007 Curated by Daniel Argyle, the exhibition features artists Vicente Butron, Lynne Eastaway, Billy Gruner, Kyle Jenkins, Sarah Keighery, Melanie Khava, Andrew Leslie, John Nixon, Salvatore Panatteri, & Tony Triff.
Installation view July 24 — August 18, 2007
Christoph Dahlhausen, Film for Melbourne (detail), 2007 July 20 — September 1, 2007 Presenting work by contemporary artists from Australia, France, Germany, New Zealand and South Korea, and curated by participating artist David Thomas, Composite Realities Amid Time and Space: Recent Art and Photography expands the experience of photography at CCP from the wall mounted fine print, to consider works which articulate actual time and space. The exhibition will address the issue of photography, […]
March 31 – May 11, 2007 This large exhibition will present a new multi-coloured group of paintings from John Nixon’s Experimental Painting Workshop in 2007. The Polychrome paintings stem from Nixon’s use of colour in his earlier monochrome paintings, here using his signature orange colour with other colours. During 2006 Nixon has begun to work with the idea of colour-rhythm, an idea pertinent to the Italian Futurists. John Nixon continues to develop and extend […]
February 23 — March 17, 2007 Curated by artists John Nixon and Stephen Bram