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INTERN AT MOUSSE!

by mousse

July 30~2015

Mousse, based in Milan, is offering a paid internship for an enthusiastic and creative graphic design student or recent graduate. Applicants should be excited to develop their ideas and knowledge while working on projects at a growing company that offers a friendly, team-oriented working environment.

Applicants should possess the following skills and experience:

• excellent knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
• social media skills
• entrepreneurial approach to public relations and marketing
• ability to work in a team-based, collaborative atmosphere
• a passion for books and printed matter

Projects and responsibilities include:

• printed documents and promotional materials
• brochure layouts
• photographing some of our projects for our photo library and website

Applications, accompanied by a CV/portfolio, can be sent to francesco@moussemagazine.it with the subject line “Internship”.



John Waters “Beverly Hills John” at Sprüth Magers, London

by mousse

July 30~2015

In John Waters’s autobiographical book Role Models (2010), he complains about being labeled a “cult filmmaker” and wonders if he could write “cult leader” on his tax forms instead. Increasingly, Waters has attracted a hoard of fans who are drawn to his fascinating, intelligent left-field persona. People who love the man with the little moustache, even if his cinematic output is less in vogue. His mainstream period directing movies like Hairspray (1988), Cry-Baby (1990) and Serial Mom (1994) always felt odd—like someone sneaking in through the back door of Hollywood. The work was always too weird, too smart and too kitsch. It was not surprising in this politically correct era that Waters has not directed a film for over a decade. Instead, he has turned his hand to writing and creating work in an art context.

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“Signal Failure” at Pace Gallery, London

by mousse

July 30~2015

The silence on the floor of my house
Is all the questions and all the answers that have been known in the world
The sentimental furniture threatens the peace
The reflection of a sunset speaks loudly of days

Agnes Martin

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“Weird Science” and “No Vacancies” at Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York

by mousse

July 29~2015

“Weird Science”

Asger Carlsen, James Case-Leal, Adam Cvijanovic, Jay Heikes, Elizabeth Jaeger, Dean Levin, Dashiell Manley, Ruairiadh O’Connell, David Opdyke, Jacolby Satterwhite, Nick van Woert, and Letha Wilson

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Gareth Moore “A Burning Bag as a Smoke-Grey Lotus” at Stroom Den Haag

by mousse

July 29~2015

In a surprising and fragmented way the large-scale installation A Burning Bag as a Smoke-Grey Lotus by Gareth Moore describes the course of one full day. Six constructions function as display cases for a collection of sculptural instruments, representing a musical composition written by the arist himself that takes us from sunrise to sunset.

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Nicola Martini “The Sober Day” at kaufmann repetto, New York

by mousse

July 28~2015

Nicola Martini’s practice is characterized by an intrinsic dualism in which empirical research and ritual coexist.
Ancestral procedures such as baking, mixing and melting take Nicola Martini’s work to a sort of ground zero of sculpture, in which the artist allows the physical properties of the substances to guide the final form of the object (or of the space activated by the artist’s intervention) that is almost dictated by the physical characteristics of the materials and their reciprocal interactions.

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“The Infinite Lawn” at Tenderpixel, London

by mousse

July 28~2015

Adriano Amaral, Vanessa Billy, Petra Feriancová, Falke Pisano, Yann Sérandour, Ian Whittlesea.
“The Infinite Lawn” is the title of a chapter of Italo Calvino’s novel Mr. Palomar. It describes Palomar’s lawn as a collection of objects, namely grasses.

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“Violent Incident” and Cally Spooner “On False Tears and Outsourcing” at Vleeshal, Middelburg

by mousse

July 28~2015

“Violent Incident” at Vleeshal Zuterstraat

“Violent Incident” takes its title from Bruce Nauman’s 1986 video work. The show began from the invitation by Vleeshal’s director Roos Gortzak to Cally Spooner to curate a group show which would draw from the collections of Vleeshal and M HKA, and be concurrent and connected to the artist’s solo show at Vleeshal Markt.

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Kate Newby “I memorized it I loved it so much” at Laurel Gitlen, New York

by mousse

July 27~2015

Laurel Gitlen is proud to present the first US solo exhibition of the New Zealand, New York-based artist Kate Newby. Working with a variety of media including installation, textile, ceramics, casting and glass, Newby is a sculptor who is committed to exploring and putting pressure on the limits and nature of sculpture.

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Justin Morin “Petrolina Part II” at Last Resort, Copenhagen

by mousse

July 27~2015

Petrolina highlights the life of Piotr Tchaikovsky and encourages in-depth thinking around the concepts of writing, incarnation and staging. After having drunken a glass of non sterilized water from the Neva, a gesture then considered as reckless due to the related risks of disease, the composer became sick and died from cholera, just like his mother a few years prior to that. The blurry circumstances surrounding his death gave rise to many rumors: mere accident, suicide or murder ordered by a court of honor. The latter would have taken place following Tchaikovsky’s relationship with Victor Stenbock-Fermor, a young 17-year old officer, close to Tsar Alexander III. Unwilling to tolerate this type of relation, this “made up” declaration of death would have allowed to maintain the composer’s reputation, musical heritage as well as the virtuous image claimed by Russia.

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“Calisthenics” at Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles

by mousse

July 26~2015

Steven Baldi, Julie Beaufils, Camille Blatrix, Pol Chambost, Kate Costello, Matthew Darbyshire, Nancy de Holl, Lily Ludlow, Bruce M. Sherman, Linda Stark, Camilla Wills, B. Wurtz

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Lina Selander at Tiziana Di Caro Gallery, Naples

by mousse

July 26~2015

Tiziana Di Caro art gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Swedish artist Lina Selander (Stockholm, 1973). The exhibition includes three video installations created between 2011 and 2014, which are part of a larger project entitled Excavation of the Image: Imprint, shadow, spectre, thought, with which Lina Selander is representing Sweden at the 56. Venice Biennale.

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Peter Regli “One Sun – One Moon” at Dominique Lévy, New York

by mousse

July 25~2015

Regli is best known for his ongoing project, Reality Hacking, a series of temporary and often anonymous actions and interventions in urban public spaces and the natural landscape. Initiated in the 1990s and spanning four continents, “Reality Hacking” consists of over 300 projects to date, which trace the threads of Surrealism, Land art, and Conceptual art, and rely upon the artist’s keen observation and wit. Resisting any specific style, medium, or material, Regli explores the poetics of banality and the sublimity of quotidian objects and remote or abandoned places. “Reality Hacking” projects are often itinerant, some following objects the artist sets on a journey, while others appear in isolated, unexpected landscapes where they may be encountered by unsuspecting viewers.

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Andrea Crespo “polymorphoses” at Hester, New York

by mousse

July 24~2015

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“June: A Painting Show” at Sadie Coles HQ, London

by mousse

July 24~2015

The display traces various modes of representation that have come to define figurative painting in recent decades, or to move the medium altogether beyond categories such as “figurative” and “abstract”. Bringing together artists of diverse generations and genres, the exhibition centres on the body as a contradictory object—graceful and abject, mundane and mutable.

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Guy Yanai “Ancienne Rive” at Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe, New York

by mousse

July 23~2015

Guy Yanai’s fragmented stripes are paralleled by thick, vivid colors and banal subjects. “Ancienne Rive”, meaning ancient river, calls upon ideas of history, authenticity, and
something with deep roots, which contradicts the artist’s self-proclaimed feelings of loneliness, foreign alienation and the notion of being both nowhere and everywhere.

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Vdrome presents The Basement by Erik van Lieshout

by mousse

July 23~2015

In 2014, Erik van Lieshout set up a workshop in the basement of the Hermitage Museum to improve the living areas of the large community of cats that has been living in the museum for more than 200 years. The Basement documents this process while following the artist’s unique and idiosyncratic rhythm and methods.

Watch the entire film on vdrome.org

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Raphaela Vogel “Raphaela und der große Kunstverein” at Bonner Kunstverein

by mousse

July 23~2015


Raphaela Vogel (*1988 in Nuremberg, lives and works in Amsterdam) finished her studies at the Städelschule in Frankfurt a. M. in 2014. The invitation by the Kunstverein constitutes her first major solo exhibition. Her work is located in the meeting of sculpture, video installation and performance and is characterized by an acute study of the relationship of the body to space, closely linked with her utilization of digital technologies (often including, for example: projectors, scanners, action cameras, and drones).

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