Tidalectics: Imagining an oceanic worldview through art and science
       
     
Group Exhibition: All the better to see you with: Fairy tales transformed
       
     
Sean Kelly is delighted to announce that the gallery now represents Janaina Tschäpe
       
     
Janaina Tschape, new paintings book
       
     
Tidalectics: Imagining an oceanic worldview through art and science
       
     
Tidalectics: Imagining an oceanic worldview through art and science

Edited by Stephanie Hessler, published by MIT Press

https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/tidalectics

Artists surveyed in the book
Atif Akin, Darren Almond, Julian Charrière, Em’kal Eyongakpa, Tue Greenfort, Ariel Guzik, Newell Harry, Alexander Lee, Eduardo Navarro, Sissel Tolaas, Janaina Tschäpe & David Gruber, Jana Winderen, Susanne M. Winterling


With contributions by
Francesca von Habsburg, Markus Reymann, Nabil Ahmed, Tamatoa Bambridge, Kamau Brathwaite, Guigone Camus, Rachel Carson, Cynthia Chou, Paul D’Arcy, Tony deBrum, Elizabeth DeLoughrey, Keller Easterling, Bill Graham, Stefan Helmreich, Stefanie Hessler, Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka’uta, Rosiana Lagi, Stéphanie Leyronas, Chus Martínez, Astrida Neimanis, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Philip E. Steinberg, Khal Torabully, Lingikoni Vaka’uta, Davor Vidas, Susanne M. Winterling


Copublished with TBA21-Academy, Vienna, Austria

Group Exhibition: All the better to see you with: Fairy tales transformed
       
     
Group Exhibition: All the better to see you with: Fairy tales transformed

All the better to see you with: Fairy tales transformed
The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
Group Exhibition, through March 4, 2018

All the better to see you withFairy tales transformed at the Ian Potter Museum of Art traces the genre of the fairy tale, exploring its function in contemporary society. 

Artists exhibited: Broersen & Lukács, Kate Daw, Peter Ellis, Dina Goldstein, Mirando Haz, Vivienne Shark Le Witt, Amanda Marburg, Tracey Moffatt, Polixeni Papapetrou Patricia Piccinini, Paula Rego, Lotte Reiniger, Allison Schulnik, Sally Smart, Kiki Smith, Kylie Stillman, Tale of Tales, Janaina Tschäpe, Miwa Yanagi, Kara Walker and Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh).

 

Work exhibited:  Untitled (Scream), 2004. Single channel video, 05:34, no sound. 

Sean Kelly is delighted to announce that the gallery now represents Janaina Tschäpe
       
     
Sean Kelly is delighted to announce that the gallery now represents Janaina Tschäpe

Over the course of her twenty­plus year career, Janaina Tschäpe has been recognized for her arresting body of work that includes painting, performance, photography, sculpture, video, and drawing. Both cerebral and emotional, Tschäpe’s powerful and atmospheric work in all media possesses a confidence in scale and mastery of material that distinguishes her practice.

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Janaina Tschape, new paintings book
       
     
Janaina Tschape, new paintings book

New compilation of works from the past 10 years. Published by Hirmer Verlag and Cobogó; to be released end of April. 

Sex, death and the female body’s capacity for renewal and transformation are among the themes that emerge from the paintings, drawings, photographs, and video installations of contemporary artist Janaina Tschäpe. This volume offers a compelling overview of Tschäpe’s full body of work which leaves the viewer feel as if they have been transported into a dream world of primeval landscapes, ambiguous signs and exotic vegetation.