Jayson Musson and Alex Da Corte are among sixteen artists commissioned by Creative Time to create flags representing issues of personal significance that will fly, individually, above Creative Time's headquarters, as well as partner sites nationwide. Pledges of Allegiance was conceived by Alix Browne and developed in collaboration with Cian Browne, Fabienne Stephan, and Opening Ceremony.
Roberta Smith on Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016 at the Whitney Museum in The New York TImes
Longtime friends and first-time collaborators Alex Da Corte and Jayson Musson have created a major new commission for the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Eastern Sports, a vignette-driven update of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town is presented as an in-the-round video installation. Organized by Assistant Curator Kate Kraczon.
Institute of Contemporary Art
118 S. 36th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Sep 19 – Dec 28, 2014
Gallery artist Alex Da Corte will participate in the group exhibition, New Skin for the Old Ceremony for which curators Lorca Cohen and Darin Klein asked artist-filmmakers to "reimagine and interpret" Leonard Cohen's 1974 album of the same name. The show will also feature work by Theo Angell, Peter Coffin, Weston Currie, Brent Green, Christian Holstad, Lily Lanken & Sylvan Lanken, Lucky Dragons, Brett Milspaw, Kelly Sears, and Tina Tyrell.
Cellar Door, curated by Marie Heilich, opens July 14 in the Front Room at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. The exhibition, which includes work by Alex Da Corte, Trevor Reese, and Justin Visnesky, focuses on "the landscape of a production and consumption based society" where "artists have taken on the role of editor rather than creator...[t]hrough selecting, documenting and ultimately placing objects in an art context." Cellar Door runs through August 1.
Alex Da Corte will be participating in "The Secret (Still) Knows," organized by LAND, the Los Angeles Nomadic Division, a non-profit public art initiative committed to commissioning and producing site- and situation-specific projects with national and international artists.
The exhibition runs from July 10 to August 16 at LAB, 2622 South La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles.
Fleisher/Ollman Gallery is pleased to announce Alex Da Corte's participation in "Christmas in July" at Yvon Lambert, New York, a group show curated by Simon Castets. The exhibition will also feature the work of John Baldessari, Lynda Benglis, Michael Brown, Heman Chong, Douglas Gordon, Christian Holstad, Jonathan Horowitz, Matt Keegan, Keegan McHargue, Marepe, Kris Martin, Aleksandra Mir, Sarah Ortmeyer, Ariel Schlesinger, Roman Signer, Katja Strunz, and Nick Van Woert. Opening reception Thursday, July 1, from 6-8. Exhibition runs through July 31.
An exhibition, organized by Aaron Krach, featuring artists whose use text "to say nice things" includes gallery artists, Anthony Campuzano, Alex Da Corte and Mark Mahosky.
Other artists in the show include: Nicole Docimo, Alyssa Duhe, Carl Ferrero, Dana Frankfort, Patrick Fry, Incidental, Chris Johanson, Cary Leibowitz, Gillian MacCleod, Heath Nash, Jack Pierson, Megan Plunkett, Franklin Preston, Trevor Reese, Alyce Santoro, Reed Siefer, Sighn,Micky Smith, Charlie Welch, Shawn Wolfe.
Saturday and Sunday, October 24 and 25
1pm – 6pm
206 Rivington Street, #4D (between Ridge and Pitt)
New York, NY 10002
On view October 25, 2009 - April 5, 2010
For the second time in P.S.1 history, the junior curatorial staff will produce and organize a large-scale group exhibition. Between Spaces will include film, installation, photography, and sculpture that address themes of nostalgia, a preoccupation with materiality, and the creation of illusionistic and psychological shifts in space. Playing the role of alchemist, each artist in Between Spaces will recast familiar materials and objects such as wood, paint, mirrors, moving blankets, Plexi-glass, Venetian blinds, and metal grating to make the ordinary strange.
Artists: David Altmejd, Martin Soto Climent, Alex Da Corte, Robert de Saint Phalle, Cheryl Donegan, Zak Kitnick, Sam Moyer, Heather Rowe, Melanie Schiff, Marc Swanson, and Penelope Umbrico
Organized by Tim Goossens and Kate McNamara, P.S.1 Curatorial Assistants.
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101
Alex Da Corte, gallery artist, is participating in a group exhibition at the Asia Song Society. Opening Reception: Saturday, August 9, 6-9PM.
45 Canal Street.
Mosco Aa, Marina Abramovic;, Rita Ackermann, Robbii Albright, Jesse Alpern, Brian Anderson, assume vivid astro focus, Leo Babsky, Matthew Bangs, Tim Barber, Jean-Michael Basquiat, Michael Bilsborough, Aaron Bondaroff, Lizzi Bougatsos, Jen Brill, Kadar Brock, Cecily Brown, Nicholas Bruder, Simon Castets, Marcus Chang, Peter Coffin, Dan Colen, Anna Craycroft, Jey Crisfar, Alex Da Corte, Jules de Balincourt, Pia Dehne, Jen DeNike, Frederic Detjens, Rafael Doctor, Yasmine Dubois, Angela Dufresne, Rachel Ebgi, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Max Emerson, Patrick Ervell, Rachel Feinstein, Patrick Fink, Sean Fitzgerald, Leo Fitzpatrick, Yvonne Force-Villareal, Griffin Frazen, Casey Fremont, Todd Fuchsi, Luis Gispert, Trevor Good, Tim Goossens, Douglas Gordon, Kathy Grayson, Brad Greenwood, Jack Greer, Patrick Griffin, Elizabeth Huey, Gerrit Huning,Christian Jankowski, Joe Kay, Brian Kenny, Zak Kitnick, Scott Keightley, Sophia Lamar, Erik Anders Lang, Stu Lewicky, Shawn Mackinnon, Blake Mawson, Gloria Maximo, Theo Mercier, Tris Vonna-Michell, Justin Miller, Stephen Miranda, Misshapes, Slava Mogutin, Shamim Momin, Michael Nevin, Juan Antonio Oliveras, Yoko Ono, Rick Owens, Erica Papernik, William Parks, Malte Paulsen, Adam Pendleton, Kembra Pfhaler, Jack Pierson, Job Piston, Elvis Presley, Doreen Remen, Jen (JR) Reynolds, Aurel Schmidt, Stella Schnabel, Lianne Schulmann, Ethan Scott, Jeremy Shaw, Cindy Sherman, David Benjamin Sherry, Alexander Shulan, Taryn Simon, Lucien Marc Smith, Jade and Dash Snow, Bella Stahl, Jaime Szczepanski, Francesco Vezzoli, Michael Wang, Andy Warhol, Jorn Weisbrodt, Daniel Wickerham, David Wojnarowicz, Jordan Wolfson, Blake Wood, Anton Zolotov
Friday, April 18th marks our biggest and strongest opening at the gallery in some time, Jack Sloss and Alex Da Corte's LOVE EXPLOSION. Full press releases to follow next week, but this news serves as information about the afterparty. We are throwing our party at Johnny Brenda's in Fishtown, in concert with the opening bacchanal of Heartworks, a week-long exhibition and benefit for the Mazzoni Center in downtown Philly. The gig on Friday night brings together an extraordinary array of performers, and we highly recommend you buy tickets in advance. The downstairs will be free, but the upstairs needs a ticket, and these will sell out soon. Please go to inliquid.com for more information and to buy tickets. We shall see you there.