Keltie Ferris | artnet news

Peter Halley and Keltie Ferris first met sometime in the mid-2000s, at the height of the abstract painting revival. Halley, a pioneering Neo-Conceptualist renowned for his disciplined grids, was head of painting and printmaking at the Yale School of Art; Ferris, a graduate student with a knack for wielding fluid materials like spray paint.

Alexej Meschtschanow | Jacksonkill | Video

Klemm’s is pleased to present the video documentation Jacksonkill, filmed during Alexej Meschtschanow’s eponymous solo exhibition at the gallery. Alexej Meschtschanow examines the physical and aesthetic qualities of established social conventions through sculpture and installation. With his works, Meschtschanow develops a completely independent aesthetic language, that combines the historical echoes of the ready-made with an idiosyncratic,…

Exchange series #03 | ft. Émilie Pitoiset

Live from her residency at the Onassis Foundation in Athens, the artist Émilie Pitoiset (b. 1980 in Noisy Le Grand, FR), put together a playlist of tracks that have an influence or that accompany her artistic practice.