Hyphen Hub, exhibition partner at ArtJaws Gallery - Tech Arts for Collectors! Frieze Week 2019

May 4, 2019

ARTJAWS GALLERY - TECH ARTS FOR COLLECTORS! - FRIEZE WEEK 2019 - NEW YORK (USA)
 
 

Anne-Cécile Worms and Ada Fizir, co-founders of ARTJAWS.COM, have the pleasure to invite you to the opening of the exhibition “ARTJAWS TECH ARTS FOR COLLECTORS!” in New York. The exhibition will take place at the Zürcher Gallery, 33 Bleecker Street, NY 10012 (b/n Lafayette and Bowery), during FRIEZE Week, from May 1st to May 5th, 2019.

 

EXHIBITION FEATURED ARTISTS: RONAN BARROT (FR) & ROBBIE BARRAT (US),SAMUEL BIANCHINI (FR), TAL DANINO (USA), HEATHER DEWEY-HAGBORG (USA),PASCAL DOMBIS (FR, EXONEMO (JP-USA), CLAUDIA HART (USA), PASCAL HAUDRESSY (FR), MARIANO SARDON (AR), JOHN F. SIMON, JR (USA), MAJA SMREKAR (SL), UJOO + LIMHEEYOUG (KR), JAMES YUXI CAO (CN-USA).

 

The exhibition on free access from May 1st to May 5th, 2019 is curated by Anne-Cécile Worms and Ada Fizir, ArtJaws’ cofounders, with Dooeun Choi, associate curator, and will showcase artists from seven countries and artworks from pioneers in the field of art & sciences. In addition, Artjaws will propose during the exhibition two talks by artists and curators.

 

 

 

ARTJAWS GALLERY - ARS ELECTRONICA 2018 IN LINZ (AUSTRIA) - GALLERY SPACES

 

 

For Ars Electronica 2018, “Error – The Art of Imperfection”, ArtJaws invested the gallery spaces of the festival with a “carte blanche” to Asian media artists, presenting artworks and artists issued from the curated collection by Dooeun Choi guest curator.
“Over the Air” by Teamvoid & Youngkak Cho (KR), two industrial robot arms Kuka reconstructing data by drawing with a single pen to reflect the correlation between future industries and environmental pollution arising. Minha Yang, “Running Women” is an artwork made of numerous motion vectors that are generated by mathematical and physical algorithms. The moving image was taken by a high-speed camera and transformed into 129,600 vectors. These vectors are capable of controlling 2 million lines containing characteristic color values of rasterized moving images to produce exquisite visual art video artworks. “She” by Kim Joon (KR), three of the augmented reality series of artworks, where bodies are fragmented and distorted. A hybrid form creating uncanny and uncomfortable balancing acts by crashing the real vs. fake, old vs. new. “Dual kisses” by Exonemo, two LCD monitors hanged from a ceiling, displaying faces of various people on the screen, and placed as people on the screen do kissing. The work questions the relationship between emotional feeling and information devices.
This exhibition produced by Artjawd was supported by the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Fund for Korean Art Abroad, Korean Arts Management Service.

 

VARIATION -MEDIA ART FAIR - PARIS - EXHIBITIONS FROM 2014 TO 2017

 

 

Variation – Media Art Fair is the only French contemporary art fair dedicated to new media artists, initiated by Anne-Cécile Worms and Vanessa Quang (gallerist & Show-Off co-founder).

This exhibition showcased the French and international digital contemporary art scene, featuring landmark artists, both established and emerging. In four editions, the exhibition welcomed more than 50,000 visitors, invited 180 international artists and exhibited 450 artworks in the field of new media arts.

The latest edition also presented two rooms dedicated to art & technology history, revisiting the decisive trends of the late 1960s: ”9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering ” (New York 1966) and the Art and Technology Program at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, co-produced with the Némo International Digital Arts Biennial collaborating with the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

 

ARTJAWS BETA LAUNCH - TRANSHUMANISM COLLECTION: TECH AUGMENTED BODIES VS TATTOO MILLENIAL HISTORY

 

 

For its beta-launch, ARTJAWS.COM first’s exhibition brought together two essential chapters of contemporary art: digital art and outsider pop art with guest curators Anne & Julien, founders of the HEY! Modern art & Pop culture magazine specialized in outsider pop art.

‘‘Digital art and outsider pop art only differ on the surface. While both have been under-represented for more than 30 years because of their “avant-garde” nature, these two art territories have written a strong history, studded with great works and individuals, unique thoughts and esthetics. (…) ArtJaws curates exhibitions that introduce viewers to artists who are part of the parallel history of art and who are creating the tools and languages of the future, thanks to whom will emerge a new grammar for art that is new to collectors but ancient in its journey.’’ (Anne & Julien and Anne-Cécile Worms).

The launching exhibition, December 8, 2016, featured Yann Black / Christophe Bruno / Sunny Buick / Magali Daniaux et Cedric Pigot / Reynald Drouhin / Easy Sacha / Catherine Ikam et Louis Fléri / Just / Julien Levesque / Christophe Luxereau / Karl Marc / Albertine Meunier / ORLAN / Mikael de Poissy / Rude / Laura Satana / Scenocosme / Yom.

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