Susanne Kriemann, Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory, 2010. Kriemann’s work was one of our best discoveries during our time in Chicago, found in Dieter Roelstraete’s exhibition The Way of the Shovel.
István Nádler and György Jovánovics, joint exhibition at Fényes Adolf Hall on Rákóczi street, Budapest, 1970
Ian Wallace, In the Metro/Protest Squat, 1971. Several works by Wallace are included in Many Places at Once, opening Thursday April 17 at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco.
William Powhida, The Yellow Building, 2013. This work and four more appear in Many Places at Once.
Rana Hamadeh, Craters Formed by Fallen Meteorites, Arizona, press photo, 1942 — from her exhibition A River in A Sea in A River, 2014 at KIOSK, Ghent. Hamadeh is in the exhibition Many Places at Once which opens Thursday, April 17 at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco. On Friday evening is her lecture-performance Al Karantina. She’s brilliant and not to be missed.
Martin Soto Climent, Hexagonal Diagram for The Equation of Desire, 2012
A new work by Climent will feature in the exhibition Many Places at Once, opening this Thursday, April 17, at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco.