Excited to announce a list of international events where my Gold Coast book will be on show over the next few months:


Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam / Sept  18 - 21, 2014


Filter Photo Festival, Chicago / Sept 5 - 30, 2014

Photoville, New York / Sept 18 - 28, 2014

NY Art Book Fair, New York / Sept 26 - 28, 2014

New York Photo Festival, New York / Sept 26 - Nov 2, 2014

Filter Photo Festival, Madison, WI / Oct 13 - 27, 2014


Brighton Photo Biennial, Brighton / Oct 4 - Nov 2, 2014


Scan Tarragona, Tarragona / Oct 16 - Dec 21, 2014

Scan Tarragona, Barcelona / Feb 5 - Feb 27, 2015


Landed by Ian Strange | via

Artist, Ian Strange has unveiled his latest installation, ‘Landed’, for the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.

‘Landed’ is the recreation of a 1920’s suburban Australian home positioned on the forecourt of the Art Gallery of South Australia. The house, all black, appears to have fallen from the sky and embedded itself in the forecourt of the gallery.
The sculpture was designed, in part, to contrast the neo-classical architecture of the museum, but the work is also a direct and playful reference to the Wizard of OZ and the sudden appearance of western culture in Australia.

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The 2014 Biennial of Australian Art ended this past Sunday and some spectacular images of the site specific installations have been creeping online. New York based artist, Ian Stranges’ ‘LANDED’ was commissioned for the Biennial and made a huge scene seemingly crash landing right in front of the Art Gallery of South Australia. The foreboding matte black house surrounded by rubble looks like missing scene from ‘The Wizard of OZ’ - only I’m pretty sure it would be the house of Dorothy’s nemesis.

Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929), Fireflies on the Water, 2002. © Yayoi Kusama. Photograph courtesy Robert Miller Gallery

This installation, one of Kusama’s “infinity mirror rooms,” was originally shown in the 2004 Whitney Biennial and is part of the Whitney’s collection. Fireflies goes on view June 13 in anticipation of a large Kusama retrospective, which opens July 12, 2012. 


Something awesome, surreal and possibly even a little bit magical is happening on a quiet street in the Toxteth district of Liverpool, England. Every night, when the clock strikes 10:00pm, the sliding storefront shutter on a derelict building opens to reveal a radiant blue tank of water filled with live, luminous jellyfish silently swimming around the space.

This dreamlike scene is a site-specific art installation created by artistic duo Walter Hugo & Zoniel for the Liverpool Biennial. Entitled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Someone Living, the piece was not promoted in advance in any way. Instead it simply started happening and will continue making its punctual 10pm appearance until July 27, 2014.

If you can’t make it to Liverpool before the end of the month, you can click here to watch some video footage of the installation, which was shared by Neal Bryant.

[via designboom]


recently opened:


El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Ave., NYC (at 104th St)
[hours, directions and admission info]

La Bienal 2013, El Museo’s 7th biennial exhibition, features work by 37 emerging Latino and Latin American artists, from newly-minted to mid-career, who live and work in New York City metropolitan area. This installation of La Bienal is curated by El Museo Curator Rocío Aranda-Alvarado and Raúl Zamudio, an independent New York-based curator.

NY Times: “Museo del Barrio’s ‘Bienal 2013’ Explores Self and Origins

Artists featured in La Bienal 2013 are: damali abrams, Lucas Arruda, Pavel Acosta, Hector Arce Espasas, Ernesto Burgos, Miguel Cárdenas, Ernest Concepción, Matias Cuevas, 5ifty5ive & Les Carbonell, Jonathas de Andrade, Patricia Domínguez & Dominika Ksel, Becky Franco, Sean Paul Gallegos, Paula Garcia, Ignacio González-Lang, Kathleen Granados, Alejandro Guzmán, Pablo Jansana, Sara Jimenez & Kaitlynn Redell, Élan Jurado, Renata Lucas, Ramón Miranda Beltrán, Bernardo Navarro Tomás, Alex Nuñez, Giandomenico Tonatiuh Pellizzi, Risa Puno, Eric Ramos Guerrero, Christopher Rivera, Kenny Rivero, Julia San Martín, Gabriela Salazar, Gabriela Scopazzi, Edgar Serrano, Mel Xiloj, and Manuel Vega.

images: Linda Rosier


People Looking At Art—a selection of live drawings from a larger series by inklines (Michael Arthur) drawn on location at moma, The Whitney Biennial, The Armory Show and The Guggenheim Museum during the month of March. The complete set of drawings have been on rotating display in The Window at 125 at The Roger Smith Hotel this month.


IV Brazilian Design Biennial

The theme of the IV Brazilian Design Biennial was “Brazilian Diversity”. The starting point for the creation of the identity was taken from issues evolving from the theme itself, such as natural resources diversity, plurality and industrial/handmade production. The result should then be as flexible as the infinite possibilities for manifestations of the record of the ages of man through design.

The result was the creation of a variable identity in which two letters, namely the letter “D” (one representing design and the other, diversity), in distinct font types paired to form a “B” (as in Biennial). Thus, the choices of font type represent the diverse themes featured in the exhibits, such as jewelry pieces, mobility, arts & crafts, furniture and others, emphasizing even further the main theme of this edition: Brazilian diversity.



The Guardian Sculptures by artist Manfred Kielnhofer of Austria are showing up all over Venice during the Biennial - each night these mystical illuminated sculptures will appear in a different locations  - afterwards they will continue to look over and observe the world over as they travel from museum to museum.

Their movements have spawned a new project/competition as well… “Mini-Guardians” offers photographers the chance to catch the guardians in their own light.

On the Web: Facebook.com/timeguards and the artist himself Manfred Kielnhofer



A large, abandoned Victorian hospital in the heart of Sao Paulo, Cidade Matarazzo became an artists’ playground for the project “Made by Brazilians.” Kenny Scharf, Arne Quinze, Joana Vasconcelos, Charley Case, Saner and others transformed the building with immersive installations in the weeks leading up to the Sao Paulo Biennial. Before plans to remodel the estate are put into effect, viewers are welcome to visit the space through October 11. Read more on Hi-Fructose.