Monthly Archives: November 2011

Accidental Assisted Relational Readymade #03

A step away from the previous found images of culinary readymades, assisted, or otherwise. On to a more spatial type of work.

You’d almost think that one of the parking garage attendants, where this piece was found, were fans of Cady Noland.


Connecting the Dots

Blue Monday (exhibition images)

Images from Blue Monday, at La Central.

Out of Storage (part two)

Once again, heads up folks.

Here’s your chance to catch a stunning exhibition of contemporary art from the collection of the FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, including works from Arte Povera, Minimal Art, Conceptual Art, New Realism, Pop Art, Fluxus, and yours truly.

A must see, if I do say myself.

Even better, you get to see a brand new work by a certain temporary person, commissioned by the H+F Collection.

Out of Storage
FRAC Nord-Pas-de-Calais & Marres
Timmerfabriek, Maastricht
November 26 – February 18, 2012
Opening Saturday, November 26th.

Blue Monday

Blue Monday

La Central, Bogotá
November 25, 2011 – February 24,2012

Opening: Thursday, November 24 at 7.00 PM

El proyecto que presenta Otto Berchem consiste en un programa cromático en el que el artista asigna un color a las letras del alfabeto basándose, en primera instancia, en el código metafísico creado por el poeta uruguayo Jorge Adoum y la condición médica de la sinestesia en las que algunas personas ven colores en vez de letras o ven colores cuando oyen música. Partiendo de estos código Otto crea su propio alfabeto y dibuja piezas textos en los cuales pide perdón explorando el concepto de la culpa y el fracaso y las poéticas que giran a su alrededor.


Blue Monday

For his exhibition Blue Monday, Otto Berchem presents a project that is inspired by the metaphysical code created by the Uruguayan poet Jorge Adoum and medical condition of Synesthesia, a condition where people see colors when they hear music, or see letters. Based on these codes, Berchem created his own alphabet of designated colors, which are presented through a series of drawings, photos, and paintings of texts, where the artist explores the concept of guilt, failure and the poetic.

Waiting for Yves

Polychromatic Police

Remember, remember, the fifth of November…