What’s on this week: 21.09 – 27.09.2011

This week’s pick ‘n’ mix from Montréal, Toronto, Vancouver, Banff, New York, Washington DC, London, Bristol, Paris, Arles, Zurich, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul and Mexico City. For Biennales&Triennales, see M-KOS’s previous post

Montréal

Modernism in Miniature Points of View
at The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA), Octagonal Gallery
22 September 2011 – 8 January 2012
(Opening on Friday 23 September 2011, 6pm)

Project for the Centrosoyus Palace, designed by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, model views, 1929. In L’architecture vivante, no. 27, spring 1930. Courtesy of CCA
 

Marcel Dzama: “A Game of Chess” & “Death Disco Dance” (Part of ArtPop Montréal)
at POP Quarters, 21 – 25 September 2011
(Vernissage: Friday 23 September 2011, 5-7pm)

Marcel Dzama “A Game of Chess” (2011) video still. Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner Gallery
 

Alana Riley: You Are The Work
at Joyce Yahouda Gallery,
through 22 October 2011

Alana Riley and an unidentified man standing in front of “Kettler’s Cathedra” (2011) Archival pigment print. Courtesy of the artist and Joyce Yahouda Gallery
 

Toronto

Simon Fujiwara: Welcome to the Hotel Munber
at The Power Plant,
24 September – 11 November 2011
(Opening on Friday 23 September 2011, 8pm)

Simon Fujiwara “Welcome to the Hotel Munber” (2010) Installation. Private Collection, London. Courtesy the artist and Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt.
 

Jim Campbell and David Rokeby
at Pari Nadimi Gallery,
22 September –22 December 2011
(Opening on Thursday 22 September 2011, 5–8pm)

Jim Campbell, Exploded View (Commuters), 2011, 1152 LEDs, custom electronics, wire, steel. Courtesy of the artist and Pari Nadimi Gallery. Photo by Sarah Christianson
 

Aleksander Hardashnakov: I’d Rather Be The Weather Than The Weatherman
at Clint Roenisch Gallery, through 22 October 2011
 

Exhibition view. Courtesy of the artist and Clint Roenisch Gallery
 
 

Vancouver

The Voyage or Three Years at Sea Part 2
at Charles H. Scott Gallery, through 23 October 2011

Artists: Bas Jan Ader, Matthew Benedict, Karl Haendel, Nina Katchadourian, Slave Pianos

Bas Jan Ader, Bulletin 89 / Bas Jan Ader In Search of the Miraculous, 1975. Offset lithography on paper. Photo: Specific Object / David Platzker, New York.
 

Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries: There are no problems in art
at Center A, through 21 October 2011 in collaboration
with the Audain Gallery SFU Woodwards, through
5 November 2011

Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries “There are no problems in art” (2011) Installation view. Courtesy of the artist
 

Banff

Frances Stark: My Best Thing
Walter Philips Gallery, Banff Centre
24 September – 11 December 2011
(Opening on Friday 23 September 2011, 7pm)

Frances Stark “My Best Thing” (2011) (detail, video still) Courtesy of the artist, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, greengrassi, London and Daniel Buchholz, Berlin.
 

New York

Nick van Woert: Terra Amata
at FIAF Gallery, through 29 October 2011
(Opening on Wednesday 21 September 2011, 6–8pm)
 

Image courtesy of the artist and the Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam and Yvon Lambert, Paris Images © Nick van Woert
 

Yutaka Sone: Island
at David Zwirner,
through 29 October 2011
 

Image courtesy of the artist and Dazid Zwirner
 
 

G.T. Pellizzi: Transitional
at Y Gallery,
through 16 October 2011
 

Image courtesy of the artist and Y Gallery
 

Carmen Mcleod: Open Structure
at CRG Gallery,
through 22 October 2011
 

Carmen McLeod “Pin-tuk” (2011) Oil, wood and cloth on linen. Courtesy of the artist and CRG Gallery
 
 

Washington DC

(e)merge Art Fair
22–25 September 2011
 

Joseph and John Dumbacher: elsewhere
at Curator’s Office,
through 22 October 2011
 

Joseph and John Dumbacher “#274″ (2011) anodized aluminium. Courtesy of the artists and Curator’s Office
 

David Kramer: Prequel to the Sequel – Waiting for a Hollywood Ending
at Heiner Contemporary,
through 22 October 2011
 

Davie Kramer “Can’t Get Enough” (2011) ink, bleach, paper courtesy of the artist and Heiner Contemporary
 

London

James Richards
at Chisenhale Gallery,
23 September – 20 November 2011
(Opening on Thursday 22 September, 6:30 – 8:30pm)

Image courtesy of the artist and Chisenhale Gallery
 

Lloyd Corporation: Connect. Conjugate. Continue
at Carlos/Ishikawa, 24 September – 29 October 2011
(Inaugural opening on Friday 23 September 2011)
 

Lloyd Corporation “Plausible Deniability” (2010) Courtesy of the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa
 

Edgar Martins: The Time Machine
at The Wapping Project Bankside,
21 September – 5 November 2011
 

Edgar Martins “Alto Lindoso power plant: Control room” (2011) C-type print. Courtesy of the artist and The Wapping Project
 

Thilo Heinzmann: I’m red, she’s yellow, we’re blue
at Carl Friedman Gallery,
21 September – 29 October 2011
 

Thilo Heinzmann “O. T. (detail)” (2011) Cotton, crystals behind plexiglass cover. Courtesy of the artist and Carl Friedman gallery
 

Hamra Abbas: Cities
at Green Cardamom, through 21 October 2011
 

Hamra Abbas “Love Yourself” (2009) Courtesy of the artist and Green Cardamom
 

Bristol

Again, A Time Machine
at Spike Island, through 9 October 2011

Artists: Laure Prouvost, Dora García, The Happy Hypocrite, Jonathan Monk, Slavs and Tatars, Book Work Archive

Laure Prouvost, Before, Before (detail) (2011). Courtesy the artist and MOTInternational
 

Paris

Jean Luc Verna: “Vous n’êtes pas un peu beaucoup maquillé ?” – “Non”
at Air de Paris, through 15 October 2011
 

Exhibition view. Courtesy of the artist and Air de Paris
 

John Cornu: Melencolia
at cneai=, 24 September – 1 October 2011
(Opening on Saturday 24 September 2011, 5pm)
 

Image courtesy of the aritst and cneai=
 
 

Arles

Jana Sterbak: Planétarium
at Musée Réattu, through 31 December 2011
 
 
 
 

Image courtesy of the artist and Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan
 

Zurich

Ugo Rondinone: Kiss Now Kill Later
at Galerie Eva Presenhuber,
through 29 October 2011
 

Exhibition views. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Eva Presenhuber
 

Bernard Voïta
at Galerie Bob van Orsouw,
through 5 November 2011
 

Bernard Voïta “Paysages Ahah #15 (detail)” (2010) Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Bob van Orsouw
 

Amsterdam

Anya Gallaccio: Highway
at Annet Gelink Gallery,
through 22 October 2011
 

Anya Gallaccio “Rhymes of Goodbye” (2011) Rock, broken car wind screen. Courtesy of the artist and Annet Gelink Gallery
 

Anna Bjerger: Every Time I Close My Eyes
at Galerie Gabriel Rolt,
through 15 October 2011
 
 
 

Anna Bjerger “LIT” (2011) oil on aluminum panel, Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Gabriel Rolt
 

Warsaw

Eva Kotátková: Dílo přírody (Work of nature)
at Raster, 24 September – 26 November 2011
(Opening on Friday 23 September 2011, 5–10pm)
*Part of Warsaw Art Trail – Where Is Art?
 

Image (detail) courtesy of the artist and Raster
 

Mateusz Szczypinski: Czy umiesz się golić (Can You Shave?)
at local_30, 24 September – 10 October 2011
(Opening on Friday 23 September 2011 7pm)
*Part of Warsaw Art Trail – Where Is Art?
 
 

Image courtesy of the artist and local_30
 

Tomasz Kopcewicz: Trouble is Our Business
at Profile Foundation, 24 September – 5 November 2011
(Opening on Friday 23 September 2011, 5–10pm)
*Part of Warsaw Art Trail – Where Is Art?

Tomasz Kopcewicz “Untitled” (2009) oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Profile Foundation
 

Berlin

Blake Rayne
at Capitain Petzel Gallery, through 29 October 2011
 
 

Installation view. Courtesy of the artist and Captain Petzel Gallery
 

Sreshta Rit Premnath: Storeys End
at Nordenhake Berlin, through 15 October 2011
 

Sreshta Rit Premnath “Toners, Dyes” (2011) acrylic paint and inkjet print on mirrored mylar. Couresy of the artist and Nordenhake
 

Tokyo

Berlin 2000-2011: Playing among the Ruins
at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo,

23 September 2011 – 9 January 2012

Artists: Nevin Aladağ, John Bock, Phil Collins, Omer Fast, Fuji Re-United (Simon Fujiwara & Kan Fujiwara), Isa Genzken, Katharina Grosse, Alicja Kwade, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Kirstine Roepstorff, Anri Sala, Matthias Wermke & Mischa Leinkauf, Ming Wong, Haegue Yang, Saâdane Afif, Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, Christian Jankowski, Institute for Spatial Experiments (founded by Olafur Eliasson)

John Bock “FischGrätenMelkStand” (2010) Photo: Jan Windszus Courtesy: Klosterfelde, Berlin; Anton Kern, New York © John Bock
 

Josh Brand
at Misako & Rosen, 25 September – 23 October 2011
(Opening reception with Sunday Brunch on 25 September 1–5pm)

Josh Brand “Umbrella and Window” (2011) C-print Courtesy of the artist and Misako&Rosen
 

Seoul

KIAF 2011 – Korea International Art Fair
at COEX, 22 – 24 September 2011
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sun Yuan & Peng Yu: Teenager Teenager
at Arario Gallery Seoul,
through 9 October 2011
 
 
 
 
 

Image courtesy of the artists and Arario Gallery
 

Moon Kyungwon & Jeon Joonho: The Gate
at Gallery Hyundai,
through 4 October2011

Moon Kyungwon & Jeon Joonho “The Gate” (2011) Courtesy of the artists and Gallery Hyundai
 

Mexico City

Suburbios Espectrales – Metáforas periféricas de un jardín japonés asturiano
at Art TalCual, through 12 November 2011
Arists: Mónica Escutia & Rubén Méndez:

Image courtesy of the artists and Art TalCual
 

Santiago Cucullu: In a Lavender Haze
at Labor, through 29 October 2011
 

Exhibition view. Courtesy of the artist and Labor
 
 

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