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Casa Àsia: More to Love

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Casa Àsia: More to Love

This exhibition is the contribution of Casa Asia to the World AIDS Day, together with the ArtAids Foundation, which has been the great promoter of this exhibition programme in the city. The works that have been brought together to document the reflection on AIDS from the field of visual arts have been produced by the Dutch collector Han Nefkens, settled in Barcelona.

Amrit Chusuwan, Arin Rungjang, Erich Weiss, Gerald Van Der Kaap, Kamol Phaosavasdi, Krit Ngamsom, Leo Copers, Manit Sriwanichpoom, Nipan Oranniwesna, Noree Thammarak, Nuts Society/Practical Studio, Otto Berchem, Patiroop Chychookiat, Pornprasert Yamazaki, Pratchaya Phinthong, Prateep Suthathongthai, Sutee Kunavichayanont, Tintin Cooper, Toeingam Guptabutra and Top Changtrakul respectively present their projects thinking about AIDS to challenge the stigma of the illness and to promote its eradication.

Opening: December 1, 2009

Casa Àsia
Av. Diagonal, 373
Barcelona 08008

Must see (what is seen and what is not seen)

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“It’s fascinating to think that all around us there’s an invisible world we can’t even see.”
Jack Handey

Otto Berchem’s work explores how we live and how we communicate our lives with one another. This interest in our social codes, and how we negotiate them, has lead to work that is often created in the public space or in the non-art context. Often these works draw attention to overlooked, unnoticed, and unarticulated systems and social behaviors.

For his third solo exhibition with Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Berchem will present several projects, all connected by subtle interventions used to expose what is seen and what is not seen.

These projects include Temporary Person Passing Through, a project that employed a now defunct hieroglyphic symbols used to map the city; You Am I Am You, a project commissioned by ArtAids, where Berchem produced a special collar for Thai street dogs; and Sanctuary, an ongoing project about a young kidnapping victim.


Opening: 17/10/09 17 – 19 hrs

Exhibition: 17/10/09 – 21/11/09
Gallery hours: Tue – Fri 11 – 18 hrs | Sat 13 – 18 hrs |
1st Sun of the month 14 – 17 hrs

Ellen de Bruijne Projects
Rozengracht 207A,
Amsterdam 1016LZ
NL

When in doubt…

Take a photograph.

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