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"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery

Artists: Nel Aerts, Michael Bauer, Marianne Berenhaut, Michaela Eichwald, Rodrigo Hernández, Cameron Jamie, Ana Jotta, Pierre Klossowski, Gabriel Kuri, Sarah Lucas, Victor Man, Marisa Merz, J Parker Valentine, Walter Swennen, Pieter Vermeersch

Venue: Gladstone Gallery, Brussels

Exhibition Title: Pélamide

Curated by: Lilou Vidal

Date: June 22 – July 14, 2017

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"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery

"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery

"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery

Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

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"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
Ana Jotta
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
J. Parker Valentine
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
Right: Sarah Lucas
Right: Sarah Lucas
Left: Sarah Lucas
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
Michael Bauer
Michael Bauer
Michael Bauer
Cameron Jamie
Cameron Jamie
Cameron Jamie
Cameron Jamie
Michaela Eichwald
Pieter Vermeersch
J. Parker Valentine
Ana Jotta
Gabriel Kuri
Gabriel Kuri
Gabriel Kuri
Gabriel Kuri
Walter Swennen
Nel Aerts
Rodrigo Hernandez
Gabriel Kuri
Gabriel Kuri
Gabriel Kuri
Gabriel Kuri
Marianne Berenhaut
Marianne Berenhaut
Marianne Berenhaut
Marianne Berenhaut
Wall: Cameron Jamie
Foreground: Marianne Berenhaut
Wall: Cameron Jamie
Foreground: Marianne Berenhaut
Wall: Pierre Klossowski
Foreground: Marianne Berenhaut
Wall: Pierre Klossowski
Foreground: Marianne Berenhaut
J. Parker Valentine
J. Parker Valentine
J. Parker Valentine
J. Parker Valentine
J. Parker Valentine
J. Parker Valentine
Victor Man
Victor Man
Victor Man
Victor Man
Pieter Vermeersch
"Pélamide" at Gladstone Gallery
Ana Jotta
Ana Jotta
Ana Jotta
Marisa Merz
Marianne Berenhaut
Marianne Berenhaut
Marianne Berenhaut
Marianne Berenhaut
J. Parker Valentine
“Vingt-cinq poèmes“ 
Edited by Tristan Tzara in 1918
Illustrated by Hans Arp
Facsimile re-published by edition Dilecta Paris 2006
“Vingt-cinq poèmes“ 
Edited by Tristan Tzara in 1918
Illustrated by Hans Arp
Facsimile re-published by edition Dilecta Paris 2006
“Vingt-cinq poèmes“ 
Edited by Tristan Tzara in 1918
Illustrated by Hans Arp
Facsimile re-published by edition Dilecta Paris 2006
“Vingt-cinq poèmes“ 
Edited by Tristan Tzara in 1918
Illustrated by Hans Arp
Facsimile re-published by edition Dilecta Paris 2006
“Vingt-cinq poèmes“ 
Edited by Tristan Tzara in 1918
Illustrated by Hans Arp
Facsimile re-published by edition Dilecta Paris 2006

 Images courtesy of Gladstone, Brussels

Press Release:

Gladstone Gallery is pleased to present Pélamide, a group exhibition curated by Lilou Vidal, featuring works by: Nel Aerts, Michael Bauer, Marianne Berenhaut, Michaela Eichwald, Rodrigo Hernández, Cameron Jamie, Ana Jotta, Pierre Klossowski, Gabriel Kuri, Sarah Lucas, Victor Man, Marisa Merz, J Parker Valentine, Walter Swennen and Pieter Vermeersch.

Pélamide presents a dialogue with the selected artists of free association, uniting and highlighting elusive, strange, biomorphic and self-determined forms. This exhibition explores the discursive and sensual visuality of art and poetry, and the ways in which these forms serve as sources of disinformation and openness.

This exhibition is organized around poetry as a framework; Pélamide is structured around Tristan Tzara’s 1918 Dadaist poetry volume, “The Twenty-Five Poems,” which puts forward a new form of syntax formed by deconstructing the composition of speech and narration. In tribute to the Dadaist aleatory game, each of the twenty-five works selected are coupled with one of the twenty-five poems by Tzara, paired according to their placement in the exhibition space, creating new and spontaneous textual experiences that a viewer can visually and conceptually explore. Rather than proposing an analytical and theoretical answer to what an exhibition can be, or to speculate the meaning of the artwork, Pélamide proposes an anachronic and shared endeavor to extend the potentials of perception.

Link: “Pélamide” at Gladstone Gallery

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