Samuel Fouracre, Rochelle Goldberg, Behrang Karimi & Lia Lowenthal
THE NOODLES THAT WE EAT touches on sustenance, trust and ambitions (realised and
failed). In essays on art production, Martin Kippenburger discusses ideas for the creation and understanding of art, and that a far wider range of factors feed into the mix; flippant decisions made on the spot, the struggle to realise thought-out plans, reactions of the audience, discussions and social circles, even the need for nutrition in the form of comfort food. Each artist in the show flags up ideas on what gives them (and their portrayed characters) subsistence and dependence upon which they can play out their artistic moves.
Eleven Rivington is very pleased to present the NY solo debut of Japanese-born artist Aiko Hachisuka, on view from May 5 – June 14, 2013 at our 11 Rivington Street location. The exhibition will feature five abstract sculptures of varying scales created over the last 3 years as well as unique works on paper.
When you look at the art of Thilo Heinzmann, you see first the assertive presence of materials-as-media – in this case, variously, pigment, broken sections of Styropor, unctuous and glossy nail polish – which address the tactile sense as much as the visual sense.