• Dannielle Tegeder

    Dannielle Tegeder

    New York, NY, United States, b. 1971
    She received a BFA from the State University of New York at Purchase (1994), and an MFA in Painting and Drawing from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago (1997). For the past fifteen years, Tegeder’s work has explored abstraction. While the core of her work is paintings and drawings, she recently begun to include large-scale installation, sculptural objects, video, sound and animation. Her work has been presented in over 100 gallery exhibitions, both nationally and internationally in cities like Paris, Houston, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Berlin, Chicago, and New York. She has participated in numerous institution exhibitions including MoMA PS1, The New Museum, The Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, and Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Several of her drawings have recently been purchased as part of the Contemporary Drawing Collection at the Museum of Modern Art, and her work is in the permanent collections of The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and The Weatherspoon Museum of Art in Greensboro, NC. She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York and maintains a studio at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in Manhattan.

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  • Dr. Lakra

    Dr. Lakra

    Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1972
    The work of Jerónimo López Ramírez, better known as Dr. Lakra, is characterized by irreverent and provocative images that transgress established norms, leaving the viewer teetering between attraction and repulsion. While he is best known for his drawings and paintings on appropriated posters, erotic magazines, and postcards, his practice encompasses mural painting, collage and sculpture. Through these different mediums he explores his interests in anthropology and ethnography, documenting his fascination with the taboos, fetishes, myths and rituals of different cultures. An avid collector of diverse objects, Lakra views the search for materials and images as an essential aspect of his practice. His compositions combine historical references and contemporary images, incorporating quotes from popular culture and intermingling them with diverse religious and social iconographies. The way he juxtaposes and refashions these various elements reveals a profound understanding of art history, as well as a subversive sense of humor. Dr. Lakra dismantles and subverts dominant ideologies to question what is considered civilized or barbaric, correct or incorrect, “high” or “folk” art. Dr. Lakra joined the Taller de los Viernes from 1988 to 1991, where he began exploring painting, drawing and collage. His most important exhibitions include: Dr. Lakra, Akvarelle Museet, Skarhamm, Sweden (2015); Dr. Lakra and Toño Camuñas, Museo de los Pintores MUPO, Oaxaca, Mexico (2014); Mexican Demons and Dancing Skeletons: Dr. Lakra in dialogue with Posada, Hostelbro Kunstmuseum, Hostelbro, Denmark (2012); Dr. Lakra, Museo de la Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City (2011); Dr. Lakra, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey MARCO, Mexico (2011); Dr. Lakra, Museo Amparo, Publa, Mexico (2011); Dr. Lakra, The Drawing Center, New York, United States (2011); Los dos amigos, Dr. Lakra & Abraham Cruzvillegas, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Oaxaca MACO, Mexico (2005); Dr. Lakra, Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin, Germany (1993). He has participated in group exhibitions at the following institutions: The Barbican, London, United Kingdom (2015); The Brandts-Museum of Art and Visual Culture, Odense, Denmark (2014); Quai Branly Museum, Paris, France (2014); Museo Nacional de Arte, Guadalajara, Mexico (2014); Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, Mexico (2013); Nordiska Akvarellmuseet, Skärhamn, Sweden (2012); Centro de las Artes San Agustín Etla, Oaxaca, Mexico (2011); Manila Contemporary, Makati, Phillippines (2010); Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, United States (2010); Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, Mexico (2010); FLAG Art Foundation, New York, United States (2010); Museau da Cidade, Lisbon, Portugal (2009); The Alameda National Center, San Antonio, United States (2008); Yokahama Museum of Art, Yokahama, Japan (2007); Museum of Modern Art MoMA, New York, United States (2007); Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, United States (2007); Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen, Denmark (2007), among others. Dr. Lakra currently lives and works in Oaxaca, Mexico.

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  • Daniel Robert Hunziker

    Daniel Robert Hunziker

    Walenstadt, Schweiz, b. 1965
    1965 born in Walen­stadt. Argov­ian artist Daniel Robert Hun­ziker (CH) has a spe­cial rela­tion­ship to space, and space-relevant archi­tec­tural prac­tices are an inte­gral part of his work. He inte­grates archi­tec­ture into his work, which in turn incor­po­rates the work within a spe­cific loca­tion. Hun­ziker uses spa­tial stag­ings and con­struc­tions to make vis­i­ble frac­tions of real­ity and project them out­wards. His choice of mate­ri­als is never ran­dom, nor the way in which he assem­bles them. Mix­ing nature and tech­ni­cal know-how, his works are not on a stan­dard scale; in fact they often manip­u­late dif­fer­ent scales and com­bine mod­els with life-size struc­tures, thereby allow­ing the viewer to take a fresh new look at his own per­cep­tion of space and at the norms soci­ety imposes upon him. Daniel Robert Hun­ziker plays with space when he presents these mon­u­men­tal rotat­ing geo­desic forms, whose con­fig­u­ra­tions rede­fine their environment. An encounter between the infi­nitely large and the infin­i­tes­i­mal, so to speak.

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  • Todd James

    Todd James

    Nueva York, Estados Unidos, b. 1969


    Nace en 1969 en Nueva York

    Vive y trabaja en Nueva York

    Exposiciones individuales

    2015 Fly Like the Wind, Nanzuka, Tokio

    Pump Pump, Alice, Bruselas

    2014 Afternoon Delight, Aisho Nanzuka, Hong Kong

    Strange Days, Galería Javier López – Finca Cortesin, Casares, Malaga

    Secret Garden, Galleria Patricia Armocida, Milán

    Supernatural, Sandra Gering Inc., Nueva York

    2013 Todd James, Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto

    Business as Usual, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    World Domination, Lazarides Gallery, Londres

    2012 Free To Be You & Me, V1 Gallery, Copenhague

    King of the Wild Frontier, Gering & López Gallery, Nueva York

    Yield to Temptation, Nanzuka Underground Gallery, Tokio

    2010 Infinity Lessons, Alice Gallery, Bruselas

    Great Adventure, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    Make My Burden Lighter, Gering & López Gallery, Nueva York

    2009 Disaster, Monster Children Gallery, Sídney

    Double Disaster, Don’t Come Gallery, Melburne

    Don’t Stop Get it Get it, Colette, París

    2008 Blood & Treasure, Lazarides Gallery, Londres

    2007 Trouble, V1 Gallery, Copenhague

    Exposiciones colectivas

    2014 KNOCK! KNOCK!, Galería Javier López, Madrid

    Paint New York – Painting from the American East coast, Copenhagen Gallery of Contemporary Art GL Strand, Copenhague

    Pulp, The Outsiders, Newcastle, Londres

    Ok, I’ll Rename It, Billy Brady Gallery, Kansas City

    Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine, Jonathan Levine Gallery, Nueva York

    It’s an Invasion, Gramercy Park, Nueva York

    2013 Meet Your Maker, Bleecker Street Arts Club, Nueva York

    Chicken or Beef? A Transcontinental Survey of Figurative Painting, The Hole, Nueva York; comisariada por Jesper Elg

    2012 Beyond elegance. Todd James + Alexis Ross, Valmorbida Gallery, Nueva York

    V1X: Tonight We Won’t Be Bored. 10 Years of V1 Gallery, V1 Gallery, Copenhague

    Supergrass, Bloom Projects, Nueva York; comisariada por Chris Bors

    2011 Pretty On The Inside, Paul Kasmin Gallery, Nueva York; comisariada por Kaws y Erik Parker

    Art in the Streets, The Geffen Contemporary at LA MOCA – Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Ángeles, California; Brooklyn Museum, Nueva York

    Facemaker, Royal/T, Los Ángeles, California; comisariada por Kathy Greyson de The Hole en Nueva York

    Dadarhea, Canada Gallery, Nueva York

    Brothers of the Weird, Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

    Con Amor, ARoS Museum, Aarhus, Dinamarca

    Contemporaries, Galleria Patricia Armocida, Milán

    2010 Brush Strokes, con Lydia Fong aka Barry McGee, V1 Gallery, Copenhague

    Album exhibition, V1 Gallery, Copenhague

    USA Today. Una aproximación al arte norteamericano del siglo XXI, Centro Torrente Ballester, Ferrol, A Coruña. Comisariada por Alejandro y Mario Martín Pareja

    2009 The Paper Chasers, O.H.W.O.W, Miami, Florida; Plaything Gallery, Auckland, Nueva Zelanda

    The New Yorkers, V1 Gallery, Copenhague

    USA Today. Una aproximación al arte norteamericano del siglo XXI, Centro de Historia de Zaragoza y Sala de exposiciones del Archivo Histórico Provincial de Cáceres, comisariada por Alejandro y Mario Martín Pareja, organizada por Contemporánea

    2008 The Outsiders, The Lazarides Gallery, Nueva York

    Destruction of Atlantis, Union Gallery, Londres

    USA Today. Una aproximación al arte norteamericano del siglo XXI, Eutopia 08, Sala museística de Cajasur, Córdoba, comisariada por Alejandro y Mario Martín Pareja

    2007 Paper Trails, V1 Gallery, Copenhague

    2006 High Math, V1 Gallery Copenhague

    Arkitip, con KAWS, Venice Beach, California; Venecia y Tokio

    2005 Beautiful Losers, Baltimore Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, Maryland; Orange County Museum of Art, Orange County, California

    2004 Beautiful Losers, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California

    2002 Beloved Fiend, Todd James, Tate Liverpool Biennal, Liverpool

    Pot o’Gold 3, PAM Gallery Australia, Perks

    2001 Tits and Ass, con Jamil GS, Huston Gallery, Seattle, Washington

    Pot o’Gold 2, con Chris Johanson y James Jarvis, PAM Gallery Australia, Perks

    2000 Street Market, con Steve Powers y Barry McGee, Deitch Projects, Nueva York; Parco Gallery, Nagoya; Bienal de Venecia

    Untitled 2000, exposición Japan Group, Keith Haring Foundation, Tokio

    1999 Indelible Market, con Steve Powers y Barry McGee, ICA – Institute for Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    1998 Daze/Crash with guest Reas, Recent Works, Pallazzo Enrico Coveri Florence, Florencia

    Adventures of the Four Letter Word, con Steve Powers

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