28 June 2019
Gelatin & Liam Gillick. Stinking Dawn
5 July 2019 – 6 October 2019
opening: Thursday 4 July, 7-10pm
1070 Vienna, Austria
Stinking Dawn is a walk-in stage design that functions as a changing film setting. Monumental modular architecture sets the location for a film by Liam Gillick and Gelatin that will be shot in situ. During the filming period (4 – 13 July), all visitors to the exhibition will be potential performers. After shooting, the post-production of the film begins outside of the exhibition, during which a succession of edited sequences will be projected on the sceneries in the gallery
28 June 2019
Van Gogh House London
87 Hackford Road
London, SW9 0RE
Last chance to see Saskia Olde Wolbers solo exhibition Unreliable Biographers at the Van Gogh House London. The exhibition has been extended until 7 July and is open to the public on Sundays 2-5pm.
Unreliable Biographers is centred around Yes, these Eyes are the Windows (2015, 20 min HD), the film Olde Wolbers created in relation to 87 Hackford Road prior to its renovation. The exhibition will also include the model film sets and intricate metal sculptures Olde Wolbers designed to make her enigmatic film.
26 June 2019
Tonight the World
Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission St
San Francisco, California
27 June 2019 – 19 February 2020
Tonight the World, Daria Martin’s new installation, combines computer gaming technology and film to explore the unconscious memories of her grandmother, Bay Area-based artist Susi Stiassni.
The exhibition premiered at the Barbican Curve Gallery, and has been co-commissioned by Barbican, London and The CJM. Daria Martin: Tonight the World is curated by CJM Senior Curator Heidi Rabben, with exhibition design by Melissa Appleton.
26 June 2019
Seascape by James Welling
Ogunquit Museum of American Art
543 Shore Road
1 May – 8 July 2019
In its Maine premiere, Seascape, a color film installation by James Welling, presents moving image work centering on the Ogunquit Beaches accompanied by an original composition of sound. The film is an homage to the artist’s grandfather, William C. Welling, who studied with the American Impressionist Wilson Irvine and corresponded with renowned seascape painter Frederick Waugh.
Seascape is a recent acquisition, purchased jointly in collaboration with the Portland Museum of Art. It marks the first joint acquisition between the two institutions and is the first work in film to be represented in either collection.
14 June 2019
Standing on Top of a Building: Films 2008-2019
22 June – 14 October 2019
opening: 21 June 2019, 7 – 10pm
Madre · museo d’arte contemporanea Donnaregina
Via Settembrini, 79
Standing on Top of a Building: Films 2008-2019 is the first retrospective dedicated exclusively to Liam Gillick’s film production. Curated by Alberto Salvadori and Andrea Viliani, the exhibition presents a selection of videos and films made by the artist, in a setting specifically designed to integrate the vision of his works in the architecture of the museum. The exhibition will be preceded by a trailer released through the museum’s digital channels.