The Exchange Miami
03/12/2014 - 07/12/2014
Benjamin Jaubert, Damon Zucconi, Jakup Auce, Laurie Charles
03 - 07.12.2014
South Beach at Ocean Drive / 12th Street
Miami, FL, USA
The Exchange Miami is an office for curating in which exhibition proposals can be purchased following a discussion with the potential commissioners that may sit at our table. The Exchange office consists of a meeting table and chairs, as well as printed veils and 3D mock-ups representing artworks potentially included in our exhibition proposals. Three curators - Sonia Dermience, Benjamin Jaubert, Park Myers - represent Komplot in that business and enterprise selling art projects on size for the finest private or public clients. Examples of pieces by Jakup Auce, Laurie Charles and Damon Zucconi will be reproduced in the booth at Untitled art fair.
INITIATIVES FOR INDIVIDUALITY
Finland Represented at the UNTITLED.
December 3-7, 2014, South Beach, Miami FL
Initiatives for Individuality gives a content and concept driven introduction to the Finnish contemporary art scene. The selection of galleries and art spaces showcases a variety of actors from the independent to the commercial, from the agency to the collaborator. With this focus, the project presents how the multifaceted scene facilitates for and develops contemporary art, its processes and productions.The participating artists are internationally exhibiting, conceptually individual and methodologically distinct. All their practices have a dialogic relation to a site of operation. With the variety of mediums the project takes into account the countless, cutting-edge installation possibilities at the UNTITLED.
Emma Helle, Teemu Korpela, Hans Rosenström
Jakup Auce, Laurie Charles, Sonia Dermience, Benjamin Jaubert, Park Myers, Damon Zucconi
Maija Luutonen & Olli Keränen
Anastasia AxIn collaboration with Carl Palm, Rincon Projects (CO)
Initiatives for Individuality is curated by Aura Seikkula // Agency Auteur
The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Consulate General of Finland, New York and Frame Visual Art Finland. The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, The Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland support the exhibition.
With the support of FRAME (Visual Art Finland), Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, COCOF and Gemeente Vorst.