Nicodim Gallery is pleased to announce its new location in downtown Los Angeles

Nicodim Gallery is pleased to announce its new location in downtown Los Angeles

August 2, 2019

The new 10,000 square-foot gallery is on the ground floor of the industrial building at 1700 S. Santa Fe Avenue in Unit #160, alongside Susanne Vielmetter’s newest space. 

Please join us in celebrating our move with the opening of Moffat Takadiwa’s first stateside solo exhibition on Saturday, September 7th, on view through October 19th. It will be followed by solo and group exhibitions that include new works by Dominique Fung, Devin B. Johnson, Philipp Kremer, Simphiwe Ndzube, and Jorge Peris.

TRANS WORLD, Nicodim's final exhibition at the current space on South Anderson Street, is on view through Saturday, August 10th.

Moffat Takadiwa in 'Stormy Weather' at Museum Arnhem

Moffat Takadiwa in 'Stormy Weather' at Museum Arnhem

Museum Arnhem, Netherlands | July 27 – October 13, 2019

Stormy Weather: Climate Change & Social Justice, a group exhibition at the Museum Arnhem, Netherlands, features works from international artists who are reflecting on current climate issues in relation to power inequality in the world, now and in the past. The artworks shown deal with many urgent issues such as rising sea levels, plastic pollution, depletion of raw materials and the rapidly increasing number and seriousness of natural disasters. The thirteen artists in the exhibition, including Moffat Takadiwa, Brook Andrew, Ursula Biemann, Serge Attukwei Clottey, and Maarten Vanden Eynde, link these phenomena and developments to global political and socio-economic systems, from the colonial era to the current capitalist world economy, which maintains global systems of inequality in power and prosperity. 

PAJAMA PARTY! With Tarot Readings by Lisa Anne Auerbach PLUS a screening of Marie Loseir's 'The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye'

PAJAMA PARTY! With Tarot Readings by Lisa Anne Auerbach PLUS a screening of Marie Loseir's 'The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye'

Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles | July 23, 2019, 7–10pm

Wear your best pajamas and bring something comfortable on which to sit for tarot readings by Lisa Anne Auerbach and a screening of Marie Losier’s iconic 2011 documentary "The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye," an account of the Pandrogeny Project, in which artists Genesis P-Orridge and Lady Jaye united as a "pandrogyne," or single entity, through the transmutation of the cosmos and surgical body modification.

This event is held in conjunction with TRANS WORLD, a multiversal exhibition curated by Ben Lee Ritchie Handler with nomadic interiors for the universally ambiguous by Jorge Luis Cruzata.

Daniel Pitín: 'A Paper Tower' at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague

Daniel Pitín: 'A Paper Tower' at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague

Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague | September 26 – December 29, 2019

Curated by Petr Nedoma, Daniel Pitín's solo exhibition at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague A Paper Tower showcases the vague melancholy of the tangle of theatrical scenes, suspense-building film techniques, labyrinths of laminated reality of parallel worlds, hints of destroyed lost-in-space architecture, strangely-acting characters in the void of the wreckage which all make up the artist’s many-layered and disturbing world of images. The exhibition will include a cross-section of his paintings with an emphasis on newer works, as well as several films that accentuate some aspects of his painting style and, at the same time, reveal to the viewer an insight into the sources of his inspiration.

Moffat Takadiwa featured in 'Second Hand' - An Exhibition of Works from the Jameel Arts Centre Collection

Moffat Takadiwa featured in 'Second Hand' - An Exhibition of Works from the Jameel Arts Centre Collection

Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai, Galleries 1–3 | July 3 – November 23, 2019

‘Second Hand’ brings together works from the Art Jameel Collection that explore materiality in contemporary art practice. Focusing on different modes of expression through sculpture, installation, assemblage, drawing, photography, painting and performance, the artworks challenge the way we perceive material and our understanding of what the material represents. The presentation is the first exhibition drawn from the Art Jameel Collection, Dubai, featuring works by 18 artists and collectives: Adel Abdessemed, Haig Aivazian, Abbas Akhavan, Diana Al-Hadid, Doa Aly, Fayçal Baghriche, Walead Beshty, Vikram Divecha, Jason Dodge, Zahrah Al-Ghamdi, Bita Ghezelayagh, Mohammed Kazem, Azade Köker, Cinthia Marcelle, Keita Miyazaki, Slavs and Tatars, Moffat Takadiwa and Mario García Torres.

Simphiwe Ndzube selected for the 15th Edition of the Lyon Biennale: 'Where Water Comes Together With Other Water'

Simphiwe Ndzube selected for the 15th Edition of the Lyon Biennale: 'Where Water Comes Together With Other Water'

Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale | September 18, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Simphiwe Ndzube’s hybrid sculptures and pictures interrogate post-colonialism and the history of apartheid. Stretching out in space, their dreamlike political landscapes investigate the origins of a cosmos located between unexplored lands and unnavigable seas, with magic realism a constant influence. For the Biennale, the artist stages a procession with two groups of contrasting sculptures: spiritual people and gravediggers, caught between the fight against exploitation and the urge for change; their clothes are given special attention. The artist continues to tap the themes that haunt his work, while also making connections with the 1786 silk-worker uprising and a much larger one, “la révolte des canuts”, in 1831, which are both landmarks in Lyon’s political and social history.

Moffat Takadiwa in 'KUBATANA' at Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Oslo

Moffat Takadiwa in 'KUBATANA' at Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Oslo

Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Oslo | May 4 – September 21, 2019

Curated by London-based Norwegian gallerist Kristin Hjellegjerde, KUBATANA: An Exhibition with Contemporary African Artists is the result of nearly two years of research, and brings together the works of 33 artists from 18 of Africa’s 54 countries across all four floors of the museum – one of the most expansive exhibitions of African art in Scandinavia to date.

Simphiwe Ndzube for Project Angel Art's ART=LOVE 2019 Benefit

Simphiwe Ndzube for Project Angel Art's ART=LOVE 2019 Benefit

Hosted by Project Angel Food at UTA Artist Space | May 9, 2019

Project Angel Food prepares and delivers healthy meals to feed people impacted by serious illness, bringing comfort and hope every day. Their 2019 benefit auction features artwork donated by Simphiwe Ndzube, Ed Ruscha, David Hockney, Ai Weiwei, and John Baldessari. All proceeds from this benefit auction go to Project Angel Food.

 

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Simphiwe Ndzube for the JOAN Benefit Auction

Simphiwe Ndzube for the JOAN Benefit Auction

JOAN | April 16 – 30, 2019

JOAN is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit space for exhibitions, performances, and screenings with a focus on emerging and under-recognized artists. Proceeds from this auction will directly fund programming at JOAN.

Benefit Party 
Saturday, April 27th, 2019, 8-11pm
1206 Maple Avenue, Suite 715, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Performance by Kinlaw, Drinks by Happy Hour Agency, and Music by DJ Muñeka
Ticket Editions available by Seth Bogart & Tanya Brodsky

Purchase tickets to the Benefit here
Paddle8 auction here

'Adrian Ghenie: The Battle Between Carnival and Feast' at Palazzo Cini, Venice

'Adrian Ghenie: The Battle Between Carnival and Feast' at Palazzo Cini, Venice

Palazzo Cini, Venice | April 19 – November 18, 2019

To coincide with the opening of the 2019 Venice Biennale, Palazzo Cini will present The Battle Between Carnival and Feast, an exhibition of new works by Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie. Organized in collaboration with Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, the exhibition will be installed throughout the historic house museum's second floor galleries.

Serban Savu's 'En Dérive' at Centre d’art le LAIT

Serban Savu's 'En Dérive' at Centre d’art le LAIT

Centre d’art le LAIT, Albi, France | April 13 – June 23, 2019

Şerban Savu’s figu­ra­tive pain­tings usually depict vast post-indus­trial land­sca­pes in which figu­res walk about, swim and under­take eve­ry­day acti­vi­ties. For the most part, they por­tray soli­tary people, caught in the middle dis­tance, iso­la­ted, and invol­ved in a spe­ci­fic act. Savu's solo show at Le LAIT, titled En dérive/Adrift, brings toge­ther works pro­du­ced over the past twelve years, some of which echo the local context and in par­ti­cu­lar the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautre.

Miklos Onucsan to be featured in the 2019 Venice Biennale

Miklos Onucsan to be featured in the 2019 Venice Biennale

Romanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2019 | May 11, 2019 – Nov 24, 2019

Miklos Onucsan to be featured alongside Belu Simion Fainaru and Dan Mihaltianu in the next edition of the Venice Biennale! Curated by the art historian and theorist Cristian Nae, the group's exhibition 'Unfinished Conversations on the Weight of Absence' will present new versions of individual installations by the three veteran artists.

The presentation of the installations in the Romanian pavilion, located in the Giardini, will be complimented by further work shown at the New Gallery of the Romanian Institute for Culture and Humanistic Research, in Venice’s Cannaregio district.

Moffat Takadiwa featured in 'Ex Africa – storie e identità di un’arte universale' at the Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna

Moffat Takadiwa featured in 'Ex Africa – storie e identità di un’arte universale' at the Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna

Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna | March 29 – 8 September 8, 2019

Ex Africa – storie e identità di un’arte universale at the Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna is curated by Ezio Bassani and Gigi Pezzoli, with contributions from Italian and foreign scholars, and is a memorial to Bassani, who passed away suddenly while working on the project and to whom Italy is indebted for the dissemination and knowledge of African art. It is not an ethnographic exhibition, but a grand exposition that goes beyond the general/specialist dichotomy, aiming to tell stories of art, identity, power, sacredness, encounters and communication.

Teodor Graur featured in 'Public Private Affairs: The Art of the ’90s in Hungarian Private Collections' at the Ferenczy Museum

Teodor Graur featured in 'Public Private Affairs: The Art of the ’90s in Hungarian Private Collections' at the Ferenczy Museum

The ArtMill, Ferenczy Museum, Szentendre | March 29 – May 12, 2019

The Ferenczy Museum ArtMill’s spring exhibition, 'Public Private Affairs: The Art of the ’90s in Hungarian Private Collections', presents a selection of works from thirty Hungarian private collections, which were created during the colourful, bold, and “topsy-turvy” decade that followed the regime change. The displayed works, numbering over two hundred, are indicative of the contending collection practices of the time and show how art was defined not only by styles and schools, but by individual approaches.

Serban Savu & Ciprian Muresan: L'Atelier Sans Fin at the Brancusi Studio, Centre Pompidou

Serban Savu & Ciprian Muresan: L'Atelier Sans Fin at the Brancusi Studio, Centre Pompidou

Atelier Brancusi, Centre Pompidou, Paris | April 2 – July 1, 2019

Ciprian Muresan (born in 1977) and Serban Savu (born 1978) graduated in 2001 from the University of Art and Design in Cluj. They are bound by a strong friendship and still share in this city the same workshop. Moreover, despite appearances, their research has a lot in common. The first tends to compile the history of art into an indecipherable palimpsest. The second surprises with its intertwined sources: from Socialist Realism to religious painting. And both are scanning their ordinary environment with the accuracy of an astronomer. 

Katherina Olschbaur's Solo Exhibition 'The Divine Hermaphrodite' opens in Berlin at GNYP Gallery

Katherina Olschbaur's Solo Exhibition 'The Divine Hermaphrodite' opens in Berlin at GNYP Gallery

Gnyp Gallery, Hardenbergstraße 9, Berlin | March 16 – April 20, 2019

The Divine Hermaphrodite, Katherina Olschbaur's new solo exhibition in Berlin features new paintings from the artist's studio in Los Angeles. The opening will take place on March 16, between 6 and 9 pm at Gnyp Gallery's Hardenbergstraße location. The Divine Hermaphrodite looks at sacred oneness across different cultures through contemporary art works. It addresses different notions of transgender as spiritual states of divinity found through the merging with the perfect other. It embraces occult, alchemy and non-western approaches of the third sex towards imagining self-realization through this notion of mystical oneness.

Simphiwe Ndzube Lecture at the Denver Art Museum

Simphiwe Ndzube Lecture at the Denver Art Museum

Sharp Auditorium, Denver Art Museum | Wednesday, March 13, 2019 6 – 7 PM

Simphiwe Ndzube speaks on his childhood in South Africa and the recent development of his work. The Logan Lecture Series is sponsored by Vicki and Kent Logan in affiliation with Contemporary Alliance, a Denver Art Museum support group.

TICKETS
Free for Contemporary Alliance members and students with valid student ID
$20 Non-members, $15 DAM members, $10 DAM volunteers

A reception will follow at the ART, a hotel.

Hugo Wilson's Solo Exhibition 'Crucible' opens in Mumbai at Galerie Isa

Hugo Wilson's Solo Exhibition 'Crucible' opens in Mumbai at Galerie Isa

Galerie Isa, Mumbai | March 14 – April 27

Crucible is the first solo exhibition in India of works by the British artist, Hugo Wilson. Wilson uses the almost bottomless well of the internet from which to draw inspiration and to source and explore a vast array of different imagery, objects and occurrences of historic importance. By using the ancient and highly plastic medium of painting as a ground upon which to bring together elements that might initially seem entirely unconnected, Wilson has the advantage of harnessing an established, global language that can mix and meld things together in coherent form.

Nicodim Gallery Presents Moffat Takadiwa at the 2019 Armory Show!

Nicodim Gallery Presents Moffat Takadiwa at the 2019 Armory Show!

The Armory Show | March 7–10, 2019

Nicodim Gallery is proud to present a solo installation by the Zimbabwean artist Moffat Takadiwa (b. 1983, Karoi, Zimbabwe) at the 2019 edition of The Armory Show.

With the junkyard as his muse, Takadiwa weaves discarded computer keys, aerosol cans, spray bottles, used toothbrushes, and other small, found everyday objects into impressive organic forms evocative of jewel-encrusted excess or a ritualistic kind of minimalism. His choice of medium communicates his concern with issues of consumerism, inequality, post-colonialism, and the environment.

Location

PIER 94 - BOOTH 824
71 12th Ave
New York, NY

Fair Hours

Thursday, March 7, 12–8pm
Friday, March 8, 12–8pm
Saturday, March 9, 12–7pm
Sunday, March 10, 12–6pm

 

Przemek Pyszczek's FADOM at Leto Gallery

Przemek Pyszczek's FADOM at Leto Gallery

Leto Gallery, Warsaw | February 23 – March 30, 2019

FADOM, a communist-era building company, created a building system of prefabricates for the basic structures of inhabitation. In Przemek Pyszczek’s practice, FADOM becomes a metaphor for the aesthetics permeating post-communist Poland, its hidden rationale that manages to reconcile the shadow of the past with a consumerist spirit of the new era. Through hyperbolization of socialist aesthetics, Pyszczek achieves a sense of shared memory which belongs to no one: a para-sentiment for what might not have been experienced, but remains alluring thanks to its construction – either social or aesthetic, or maybe, as Pyszczek seems to suggest, both.

Daniel Pitin featured in 'Where is the Madness You Promised Me: Dystopian Paintings from the Marc and Livia Straus Family Collection'

Daniel Pitin featured in 'Where is the Madness You Promised Me: Dystopian Paintings from the Marc and Livia Straus Family Collection'

Hudson Valley MoCA | February 16, 2019 – April 21, 2019

Where is the Madness You Promised Me: Dystopian Paintings from the Marc and Livia Straus Family Collection features works by contemporary artists from around the globe, examining recent dystopian painting as a symptom of society's increasing anxiety over our future.   

Katherina Olschbaur & Zhou Yilun featured in the 2019 Rema Hort Mann Foundation Benefit Auction in Los Angeles

Katherina Olschbaur & Zhou Yilun featured in the 2019 Rema Hort Mann Foundation Benefit Auction in Los Angeles

Paddle 8 | Bid through Feb. 16, 2019

Find works by Katherina Olschbaur and Zhou Yilun alongside a plethora of wonderful artists at the 2019 Rema Hort Mann Foundation Benefit Auction in Los Angeles. The Rema Hort Mann Foundation provides support for cancer patients and emerging artists through its bi-coastal grant programs. Proceeds from this auction benefit the Quality of Life Cancer Grant, Emerging Artist Grant, and Artist Community Engagement Grant. 

Nicodim at the inaugural Felix Art Fair: Michiel Ceulers, Aaron Gilbert, Simphiwe Ndzube, Katherina Olschbaur, and Cristian Răduță in Cabana 117!

Nicodim at the inaugural Felix Art Fair: Michiel Ceulers, Aaron Gilbert, Simphiwe Ndzube, Katherina Olschbaur, and Cristian Răduță in Cabana 117!

Felix LA at the Hollywood Roosevelt | February 14 – 17, 2019

Nicodim is thrilled to present new works by Michiel Ceulers, Aaron Gilbert, Simphiwe Ndzube, Katherina Olschbaur, and Cristian Răduță in addition to a few surprises at the inaugural Felix Los Angeles Art Fair at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Come meet us in Room 117, right next to the Hockney Pool, rain or shine!

Robert Yarber featured in 'Nowhere Under the Rainbow'

Robert Yarber featured in 'Nowhere Under the Rainbow'

Desert Center LA at Spring Break Art Fair | February 15 – 17, 2019

“Nowhere Over The Rainbow”, a multimedia survey of works exploring the tropes and chromatics of gold, rainbows, hybrid identities and failed ideologies—via drawings, paintings, sculpture, photography, performance, and video—aims to offer a glimpse into the possibilities and realities of finding a new way in an upset world. From a “gold room” filled with blue- chip excavations to warped Kodachrome fantasies to a surrealist drawing of an alternate Oz, this is no place like home. “What do you do out here? You chase rainbows.” — Ed Ruscha

On view at the Spring Break Art Fair, located at The Stalls at Skylight ROW DLTA: 1925 East 8th Street, Los Angeles.

Simphiwe Ndzube's 'The Rain Prayers' installation opens at Museo Kaluz

Simphiwe Ndzube's 'The Rain Prayers' installation opens at Museo Kaluz

Museo Kaluz, Mexico City | February 9, 2019

The central courtyard of the private Mexican art museum, Museo Kaluz, exhibiting international contemporary artists, will host a new work by Simphiwe Ndzube entitled The Rain Prayers. This ambitious installation conjures up attenuated figures in procession from a tangle of logs and invokes the carnival spirit of Cape Town. Reflect on the severe drought in South Africa, an event that reveals ample reserves of faith, ritual and community commitment within the population of Cape Town. Designed especially for this unique space, the installation links the experiences of Cape Town and Mexico City about water, the lack of it and the resilience that these circumstances generate in societies.

Simphiwe Ndzube in 'People' at Jeffrey Deitch Projects, Los Angeles

Simphiwe Ndzube in 'People' at Jeffrey Deitch Projects, Los Angeles

Jeffrey Deitch Projects, Los Angeles | February 9 – April 6, 2019

Simphiwe Ndzube featured alongside Urs Fischer, Jeff Koons, Nick Cave, Alex Israel, and Liz Craft in People, a group exhibition at Jeffrey Deitch Project's new space in Los Angeles. The works explore the uncanny confrontation of the artificial and the real while simultaneously responding to the multiple approaches to human identity in the contemporary world. All of the works in the exhibition reflect a contemporary approach to sculpture inspired by the innovations of Dada, Surrealism, Assemblage and by the influence of non- or meta- art sources like department store mannequins.

Nicodim Gallery Presents: Adrian Ghenie & Robert Yarber at ZONAMACO

Nicodim Gallery Presents: Adrian Ghenie & Robert Yarber at ZONAMACO

ZONAMACO, Mexico City | February 6 – 10, 2019

Nicodim Gallery is proud to announce its return to Zona Maco, featuring a booth of paintings by Romanian Adrian Ghenie and American painter Robert Yarber. This selection of paintings includes historic paintings from Yarber and new work from Ghenie, who has long been an appreciator of Yarber's unique approach to painting.

Find Nicodim Gallery in Booth E213!

Răzvan Boar opens a solo show at Passerelle – Centre d’art contemporain

Răzvan Boar opens a solo show at Passerelle – Centre d’art contemporain

Centre d’art contemporain, Brest | February 2 – April 28, 2019

Among the works presented are emblematic paintings, paper drawings, collages and carved, colorful sculptures that generate a dialogue between matter, lines and sensations. The drawing, the source of pictorial image, constantly transforms into figurative characters, phantasms where acrylic colors highlight personal traits.

Simphiwe Ndzube' ‘Uncharted Lands and Trackless Seas’ opens Thursday, 24 January from 6-8pm at Stevenson, Cape Town

Simphiwe Ndzube' ‘Uncharted Lands and Trackless Seas’ opens Thursday, 24 January from 6-8pm at Stevenson, Cape Town

Stevenson, Capetown | 24 January - 2 March 2019

The artist will give a walkabout in support of the Friends of Iziko South African National Gallery on Friday 25 January at 11am.⁣

Michiel Ceulers featured in 'Salon de Peinture' at the M HKA

Michiel Ceulers featured in 'Salon de Peinture' at the M HKA

M HKA, Antwerp | January 17 – March 31, 2019

Michiel Ceulers is featured in the group exhibition 'Salon de Peinture', where visitors can quietly linger amidst the works of over fifty Belgian (or Belgium-based) painters, curated in the style of the French salon. The exhibition is accessible free of charge and located on the sixth floor of the museum. In the exhibition, the work of Ceulers is featured alongside other artists including Fred Bervoets, Luc Tuymans, Walter Swennen, and Vedran Kopljar.

Simphwe Ndzube in 'New Acquisitions' at the Rubell Family Collection

Simphwe Ndzube in 'New Acquisitions' at the Rubell Family Collection

Rubell Family Collection, Miami | December 3, 2018 – June 29, 2019

Simphiwe Ndzube is featured in New Acquisitions, a presentation of paintings, sculptures, and installations by 20 artists; all acquired in the last two years by the Rubell Family. The exhibition is on view for Art Basel, Miami and will be exhibited until June of 2019. Other artists include Janiva Ellis, Alake Shilling, Trulee Hall, Diamond Stingily, and Martha Jungwirth

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis and French President Emmanuel Macron inaugurate the Romania-France Cultural Season at the Centre Pompidou

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis and French President Emmanuel Macron inaugurate the Romania-France Cultural Season at the Centre Pompidou

Romania's President Klaus Iohannis spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron at the inauguration of the Romania-France Cultural Season at the Centre Pompidou, which marks ten years since the signing of a strategic partnership statement, and the celebration of the Centennial of Romania's Greater Union of 1918.

The two presidents visited the exhibitions of the artists Ciprian Muresan, Serban Savu and Adrian Ghenie which are currently on view at the Centre Pompidou.

Ciprian Muresan, Adrian Ghenie, and Serban Savu in exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou, on the occasion of the French-Romanian cultural season

Ciprian Muresan, Adrian Ghenie, and Serban Savu in exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou, on the occasion of the French-Romanian cultural season

Centre Pompidou, Paris | Opening November 28, 2018

Romanian Season at the Pompidou Center highlights an extraordinary laboratory of artistic creativity, intimately, and fully linked to the writing of the history of modern and contemporary art. The 2019 France-Romania season is thus the occasion to return to an essential moment in the history of the international cultural dynamics of the 20th century, for which Paris has long remained the hub of hatching and affirmation and where the actors of the artistic scenes from Central and Eastern Europe played a leading role. Through a few founding figures of artistic modernity and avant-gardes, the Center Pompidou aims to highlight and review the extreme richness of its heritage through exhibitions, installations, skirmishes and thematic itineraries.

 

Ciprian Muresan and Serban Savu, L'entretien infini
[Museum, Level 4, Galerie 0]

 

Adrian Ghenie, The Darwin Room, 2013-2014
[Museum, Level 4, Galerie 0]

 

• Ponctuations. Parcours dans les Collections - An exhibition of works from the collection of the Centre Pompidou featuring Adrian Ghenie and Ciprian Muresan, among others 
[Museum, Levels 4 and 5]

 

Opening November 28, 2018 in Paris, France

'Serban Savu: Heroes, Saints and Other Figures' at Plan B Gallery, Berlin

'Serban Savu: Heroes, Saints and Other Figures' at Plan B Gallery, Berlin

Plan B Gallery, Berlin | November 23, 2018 – January 19, 2019

Galeria Plan B in Berlin presents a solo exhibition of Serban Savu, to open on Friday, the 23th of November 2018.

Nicodim Gallery Presents: INFLUENCES. Featuring Hugo Wilson and Ciprian Muresan with Sanchez-Kane and Mezcal El Silencio. RSVP required.

Nicodim Gallery Presents: INFLUENCES. Featuring Hugo Wilson and Ciprian Muresan with Sanchez-Kane and Mezcal El Silencio. RSVP required.

Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles | November 17, 2018 at 5pm

Nicodim Gallery is proud to continue INFLUENCES, an occasional series of events exploring the relationships between art and psychoactive substances.
For the second installment, our friends at Mezcal El Silencio have created unique mezcal cocktails to pair with our Ciprian Muresan and Hugo Wilson exhibitions and the fashion of Sánchez-Kane, which is featured in a two-day pop-up in our rear gallery. Each cocktail is tailored to channel the energy and vitality of the respective installations. Psychonauts from Nicodim, El Silencio, and Sánchez-Kane will be your spirit guides in a tour through each of the three environments.


PLEASE NOTE: This is a private event. Interested patrons must RSVP to info@nicodimgallery.com with “INFLUENCES” in the subject line. The event will be capped at 100 people. All attendees must be over the age of 21 with valid identification to attend—those without valid identification will be turned away. Please travel via designated driver, Lyft, Uber, or public transportation, as driving under the influence is dangerous and illegal.

Sanchez-Kane Pop-Up at Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles

Sanchez-Kane Pop-Up at Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles

Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles | Friday, Nov. 16 & Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018 12–8pm

Sanchez-Kane brings the inspiration behind its avant-garde menswear collection to Los Angeles with a Tianguis-inspired shopping experience at NICODIM Gallery. In collaboration with Mezcal El Silencio, a fellow rebel brand with deep Mexican roots, Sanchez-Kane will create a ceremonial experience through an interactive art installation and debut a new unisex ring design.

The entire NICODIM Gallery will be redesigned as the iconic district of La Lagunilla Market, where bootleg DVDs dress the streets, clothes hangs off high racks and dress suits are mounted on walls. It is beautiful chaos in the eyes of Sanchez-Kane, a visionary brand founded by contemporary artist and provocateur Barbara Sanchez-Kane.

Pop-Up Hours
Friday, November 16, 12–8pm
Saturday, November 17, 12–5pm

Ciprian Muresan in 'REMEMBERING LANDSCAPE' at Muzeul National de Arta Contemporana, Bucharest

Ciprian Muresan in 'REMEMBERING LANDSCAPE' at Muzeul National de Arta Contemporana, Bucharest

MNAC, Bucharest | 15 November, 2018 – 17 March, 2019

Many times, the landscape is understood in escapist terms, self-forgetting, by seemingly anachronistic notions about the homeland, or by their cosmopolitan pendant—the tourist cliché. How can it, therefore, compose a contemporary landscape image that recognizes change, tempts destruction, while being able to question the conditions of a position? REMEMBERING LANDSCAPE focuses on landscape imaging and aesthetic strategies, linking them to commemoration / remembrance processes. Ciprian Muresan's work is featured in this group show curated by Eva Schmidt (MGK Siegen) and Kai Vöckler (HfG Offenbach) in cooperation with Center for Cultural Decontamination (Branislav Dimitrijević, Lola Joksimović) and the MNAC București.

Ciprian Muresan 'Tradiții active I' at the Muzeul de Artă Cluj-Napoca

Ciprian Muresan 'Tradiții active I' at the Muzeul de Artă Cluj-Napoca

Muzeul de Artă Cluj-Napoca | 14 November 14, 2018 – 13 January, 2019

Curated by Dan Breaz, Tradiții active I (Active Traditions I ) presents a selections sculpture, painting, and video works by Ciprian Muresan. Opening exactly five years after Muresan's first exhibition at the Muzeul de Artă Cluj-Napoca, Muresan continues his approach to the works of the Great Masters through his language of repitition. Muresan renegotiates the limits of art, questioning his role in art history and his rights to use basal techniques. The high stakes of these seemingly humble 'works' reveal unpredictable ways of creating the new. In Muresan's world, the new is not distincly seperate from the old.

Simphiwe Ndzube in 'Crossing Night,' a Group Show to See in Oaxaca

Simphiwe Ndzube in 'Crossing Night,' a Group Show to See in Oaxaca

Hacer Noche, Oxaca, Mexico | November 10, 2018 – February 4, 2019

Crossing Night (Hacer Noche) is a major exhibition initiative that presents the work of contemporary artists from Southern Africa across Oaxaca’s City’s museums and cultural centres. Comprising five exhibitions, an artists’ residency programme, a community-based educational programme, and a conference, Crossing Night undertakes to explore the historical links between southern Africa and Mexico through shared histories of conolialism and slavery. Find Simphiwe Ndzube's sculptural installation at the Centro Cultural Santo Domingo.

Katherina Olschbaur Wins the IBK-Förderpreise for Painting!

Katherina Olschbaur Wins the IBK-Förderpreise for Painting!

Austria | 9 November, 2018

Congradulations to Katherina Olschbaur for being named a winner of the 2018 IBK-Förderpreise for Painting!

A total of 27 artists were nominated and the jury of international experts could award a maximum of seven prizes. Since 1991, the IBK Sponsorship Awards have been awarded annually in changing categories. Judges found of interest the consequence of Olschbaur's work in terms of deeply painterly interests and questions, but which also leaves room to repeatedly strike back and form outliers.

H&MOSCHINO Release at Galeria Nicodim, Bucharest

H&MOSCHINO Release at Galeria Nicodim, Bucharest

Galeria Nicodim, Bucharest | 6 November, 2018

Inspired by both the '90s and the spirit of Jeremy Scott, the creative director of the MOSCHINO House, the H & MOSCHINO party took place at the Nicodim Gallery in Bucharest, which was transformed into a vibrant, colorful space. Guests listened to the best Romanian hits of the 90s, mixed by DJ Vali Barbulescu. Just a few seconds after the countdown, they were invited to a pop up shop to discover all the pieces of the H & MOSCHINO collection.

The collection will be available in selected and online stores worldwide starting November 8, 2018. 

Daniel Pitín: 'Grotto' opening at Charim Galerie in Austria

Daniel Pitín: 'Grotto' opening at Charim Galerie in Austria

Charim Galerie, Wien | October 18 – November 30, 2018

"The whole process of the transcription of non-material media into painting, video or sculpture has become an important topic itself... The passive position of a viewer (like James Stewart in Hitchcock's Rear Window) has changed and this rises the question of losing our safe observing position..." – Daniel Pitín

Katherina Olschbaur and Simphiwe Ndzube featured in the Sexy Beast Benefit Auction

Katherina Olschbaur and Simphiwe Ndzube featured in the Sexy Beast Benefit Auction

Sexy Beast, Planned Parenthood | Auction Live Through October 20, 2018

Sexy Beast for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles believes everyone should have access to safe, caring, and affordable healthcare services. Since their founding in 2014, the Sexy Beast art auction and gala has raised nearly one million dollars for this crucial organization across two milestone events. This year, their sights are set even higher for their third biennial fundraising extravaganza on Saturday, October 20 at the Marciano Art Foundation. Join them in support of the critical services PPLA provides to their community by bidding on works by Brian Calvin, Katherine Bradford, Simphiwe Ndzube, Rashid Johnson, Rebecca Morris, Katherina Olschbaur and many more…

Nicodim Gallery Presents: INFLUENCES. Featuring Robert Yarber's Return of the Repressed with cannabis. RSVP required.

Nicodim Gallery Presents: INFLUENCES. Featuring Robert Yarber's Return of the Repressed with cannabis. RSVP required.

Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles | October 13, 2018 3–5pm

Nicodim Gallery is excited to announce INFLUENCES, an occasional series of events exploring the relationships between art and psychoactive substances.

For the first installment, the artist Robert Yarber has partnered with two of the hottest cannabis brands in Los Angeles to pair the paintings in his exhibition Robert Yarber: Return of the Repressed with strains of cannabis that the artist feels will enhance the viewing experience, and reflect his mental state during the creative process.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a private event. Interested patrons must RSVP to info@nicodimgallery.com with “INFLUENCES” in the subject line. The event will be capped at 100 people. All attendees must be over the age of 21 with valid identification to attend—those without valid identification will be turned away. Please travel via designated driver, Lyft, Uber, or public transportation, as driving under the influence is dangerous and illegal.

'The Summoning of Groovin’ Gary,' curated by Aaron Moulton in Berlin

'The Summoning of Groovin’ Gary,' curated by Aaron Moulton in Berlin

Trauma Bar und Kino, Berlin | September 28 – October 18

On the morning of September 28th, 1978, a young filmmaker named Trent Harris stood outside the Channel 2 studios in Salt Lake City fixing the jam in his new video camera. He raised it up to his eye and hit record. Across the parking lot in that same moment was a guy from Beaver, Utah by the name of “Groovin’ Gary”. Driving since dawn Gary made the pilgrimage to the big city because it was his destiny to be on television. He felt it. He wandered around the property of Channel 2 taking the odd photo while waiting for the door of TV Land to open. When Trent hit record Gary knew this was fate knocking. 
This is the story of the Phoenix.

Opening September 28 from 8 until late.
TRAUMABARUNDKINO
Heidestraße 50, Berlin

Nicodim Gallery Presents: Moffat Takadiwa & Cristian Răduță at Art Berlin, Booth 2.B.4

Nicodim Gallery Presents: Moffat Takadiwa & Cristian Răduță at Art Berlin, Booth 2.B.4

Art Berlin | September 27 – 30

Fair Hours
Thursday 27 September: Opening 4 – 8 pm
Friday 28 September: 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday 29 September: 11 am – 7 pm
Sunday 30 September: 11 am – 6 pm

For inquiries, contact info@nicodimgallery.com.

Moffat Takadiwa and Simphiwe Ndzube featured in a Group Show of Contemporary Art from West and Southern Africa

Moffat Takadiwa and Simphiwe Ndzube featured in a Group Show of Contemporary Art from West and Southern Africa

Ever Gold [Projects], San Francisco | September 8 – October 27, 2018

Defying the Narrative: Contemporary Art from West and Southern Africa features works by 14 African artists, including Simphiwe Ndzube and Moffat Takadiwa. Intending to present the varied directions of contemporary African art to the Bay Area, the works in the show highlight the narrative properties of materials and the idea of figuration as a symbolic device. While all of the artists in Defying the Narrative are African, the artists represent a broad spectrum of perspectives, ideologies, and geographic origins, and the lack of a unifying narrative among them is both the premise and the conceit of this exhibition.

Aaron Moulton curates 'Seeing Eye Awareness' at the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana

Aaron Moulton curates 'Seeing Eye Awareness' at the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana

Match Gallery, Ljubljana | September 5 – October 21, 2018

The exhibition Seeing Eye Awareness celebrates the artist as cultural clairvoyant, a shaman, as someone having a third eye opened unto the secrets of society, as someone we invite to reveal mystical truths. The artist's truest function has been to uncover mutations and anomalies. These are things that come from a place where language is insufficient or that crosses the border of consciousness, showing us culture’s bleeding edge. The exhibition is included in the programme of the Indigo Festival

Walkthrough of 'Horses' with Katherina Olschbaur

Walkthrough of 'Horses' with Katherina Olschbaur

Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles | August 18, 2018

August 15, 2018

Get out of bed, put on your shades, and join Katherina Olschbaur for hangover drinks and a walkthrough of her show Horses!
On the show's final day: Saturday, August 18, 12:30pm at Nicodim Gallery in LA!

Simphiwe Ndzube 'Dancing Into Form' at Harper's Books

Simphiwe Ndzube 'Dancing Into Form' at Harper's Books

Harper's Books, East Hampton | July 21 – August 15, 2018

Simphiwe Ndzube has a new solo exhibition of drawings as well as a painting on linen at Harper's Books, East Hampton. The exhibition will be on view alongside a concurrent exhibition by Los Angeles-based painter Cassi Namoda, We Killed Mangy Dog. While Ndzube is well known for his large-scale assemblages, Dancing into Form will represent the first time in which his powerful drawings are brought together for collective consideration. Many of the works on paper featured in this exhibition served as preliminary studies for paintings and resulted from, as Ndzube puts it, a process of “working forward and backward to allow chance to open up avenues for possible compositions for newer work." As the artist notes, “they are dancing, celebrating, paddling, flying, drunk, and falling, but always in a constant journey to becoming.”

Welcome Aaron Moulton as Nicodim Gallery's New Creative Director

Welcome Aaron Moulton as Nicodim Gallery's New Creative Director

Nicodim Gallery is thrilled to announce Aaron Moulton as the newest addition to our full-time family. He has already made history with the gallery: he organized Omul Negru (2016), The Basilisk (2017), and The Hierophant (2017)—a three-part exhibition series that spanned Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles and Galeria Nicodim, Bucharest. Moulton has worked both undercover and in-uniform as a Cultural Operative for over a decade across Europe and North America. His exhibitions and projects employ the art world to perform thought experiments that unclothe the cultural constructs on which society is built, stripping its underpinnings nude for all to see, warts and all. Mediating the visual traditions of New Age communities, the Occult, and Pseudoscience, his work manifests a tactical use of context that has offered new insights into and erects diegeses around avant-gardes, energy systems, and the power of the placebo effect. His current research explores the holistic power of revelation found in disinformation campaigns, folklore, and magical thinking. You will come to his openings and buy things.

Galeria Nicodim featured in Elephant Magazine's 'Bucharest: A Creative City Full of Contradictions'

Galeria Nicodim featured in Elephant Magazine's 'Bucharest: A Creative City Full of Contradictions'

Elephant Magazine | July 9, 2018

If Bucharest’s contemporary art scene has a nexus, it is in the elegant roads to the Piața Revoluției’s north-east, which boasts a smattering of small venues. But many of the city’s finest galleries stand away from this core. Galeria Nicodim, in the almost rural-seeming northern suburbs past Herăstrău Park, takes this to extremes. Its eponymous owner, Mihai Nicodim, emigrated to the US in the 1980s and opened his first gallery in LA in 2006....

Simphiwe Ndzube featured in 'Both, and' at Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town

Simphiwe Ndzube featured in 'Both, and' at Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town

Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town | July 5 – August 22, 2018

Simphiwe Ndzube is featured alongside Olafur Eliasson, Viviane Sassen, Olafur Eliasson, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, among others in the Cape Town iteration of Stevenson Gallery's anniversary exhibition 'Both, and.' A group exhibition reflecting on 15 years of the gallery’s existence, 'Both, and' is curated by Stevenson's newest partners, Sisipho Ngodwana and Alexander Richards.

Simphiwe Ndzube for Project Angel Art's ART=LOVE

Simphiwe Ndzube for Project Angel Art's ART=LOVE

Hosted by Project Angel Food at NeueHouse Hollywood | June 23, 2018

Bid on 'Untitled (Study for The Purging Diptych), 2018here.

All proceeds from this benefit auction go to Project Angel Food.

Ciprian Muresan 'Incorrigible Believers' at Plan B Gallery, opening June 22 in Berlin

Ciprian Muresan 'Incorrigible Believers' at Plan B Gallery, opening June 22 in Berlin

Plan B Gallery, Berlin | June 22 – August 4, 2018

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 22, 6 – 9 pm

On view Tuesday-Saturday, 12 – 6 pm 

Plan B Gallery, Berlin
Potsdamer Strasse 77 – 87, 10785 Berlin

How Simphiwe Ndzube employs the surreal in ‘Waiting for Mulungu’ at the CC Foundation, Shanghai

How Simphiwe Ndzube employs the surreal in ‘Waiting for Mulungu’ at the CC Foundation, Shanghai

Andrew Stooke in Art Africa | June 21, 2018

In likeness to the surrealists, who turned to absurd and fantastical symbolic imagery as a purgative answer to the gruesome folly of industrialized warfare, Ndzube employs bizarre scenarios, and the juxtaposition of incongruous elements extracted from everyday life, to respond to more recent chapters of violence and injustice. The results are both optimistic and cathartic: an eclipse is a moment of change and a lamp a sign of enlightenment. Even a traffic cone gently directs a new route.

Robert Yarber featured in 'Greater than L.A.,' at Desert Center Los Angeles, curated by Michael Slenske

Robert Yarber featured in 'Greater than L.A.,' at Desert Center Los Angeles, curated by Michael Slenske

Desert Center | June 21 – July 21, 2018

Robert Yarber's work will be featured in the inaugural exhibition at Desert Center, Los Angeles, Michael Slenske's new project space.

Opening Reception: Thursday June 21, 6 – 9 pm

7466 Beverly Blvd., Suite 207
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Katherina Olschbaur featured in 'SEED' at Paul Kasmin Gallery, curated by Yvonne Force

Katherina Olschbaur featured in 'SEED' at Paul Kasmin Gallery, curated by Yvonne Force

Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York | June 21 – August 10, 2018

Check out Katherina Olschbaur's painting in Yvonne Force's much anticipated exhibition SEED. Other artists include Cecily Brown, Rachel Feinstein, Yoko Ono, Claire Tabouret, Ambera Wellmann, Robin F. Williams, and Lisa Yuskavage.

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 21, 6 – 9pm

Ciprian Muresan featured in 'A Slice through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings' at the Drawing Room and Modern Art Oxford

Ciprian Muresan featured in 'A Slice through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings' at the Drawing Room and Modern Art Oxford

Drawing Room and Modern Art Oxford | June – September, 2018

A Slice through the World is a collaboration between the Drawing Room, London and Modern Art Oxford. The featured artists across the two-venue group exhibition are ruby onyinyechi amanze, Nidhal Chamekh, Milano Chow, Kate Davis, Karl Haendel, David Haines, Ian Kiaer, Ciprian Muresan, David Musgrave, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Kathy Prendergast, Massinissa Selmani, Lucy Skaer and Barbara Walker.

Exhibition dates at Modern Art Oxford: June 16 – September 9, 2018  
Exhibition dates at Drawing Room, London: June 13 – August 5, 2018

Congrats to Simphiwe Ndzube for his inclusion on Forbes Africa's list of 30 Creatives Under 30!

Congrats to Simphiwe Ndzube for his inclusion on Forbes Africa's list of 30 Creatives Under 30!

Forbes Africa | June 4, 2018

Ndzube has always had a love for art. In the early stages of his career, he told stories inspired by the struggles faced by township residents, specifically in Masiphumelele where he grew up. “I’ve always been involved as a creative growing up, taking formal and informal art classes, dancing, and then later going to art school. Art School gave me the confidence and a bigger perspective of the art world and that’s how I went in, often times blindly,” he says....

Ecaterina Vrana's 'Between Two Worlds' at GYNP Gallery opens June 7 in Berlin

Ecaterina Vrana's 'Between Two Worlds' at GYNP Gallery opens June 7 in Berlin

GYNP Gallery, Berlin | June 7 – August 3, 2018

The work of the Romanian artist Ecaterina Vrana (born 1969 in Constanta, Romania) is based on „la petite histoire” of her own existence. At the same time, it appears like a library of the past, in which individual fragmentary, kaleidoscopic details can be found out of memory. This revitalization takes place in the context of a subjective spontaneity, without an intentional dramaturgy. Ecaterina’s large-format paintings are the subject of subtle observations; claiming a reinterpretation of a past marked by illness they become a plea for the joy of life. Inspiration comes out of your own life instead out of theory.

Ciprian Muresan in 'Acquisitions récentes du cabinet d'art graphique' at the Centre Pompidou, Paris

Ciprian Muresan in 'Acquisitions récentes du cabinet d'art graphique' at the Centre Pompidou, Paris

Centre Pompidou, Paris | May 30 – September 3, 2018

'Presentations of recent acquisitions by the Department of Prints and Drawings' are an important, regular feature on the programme of the Musée National d'Art Moderne, and the current exhibition offers an opportunity to view a selection of some 150 modern and contemporary works on paper by more than 50 artists, acquired by the Centre Pompidou since 2011. Ciprian Muresan work is featured alongside such heavy-hitters as Mamma Anderson, John Cage, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Per Kirkeby, Mirtha Dermisache, and Tomma Abts.

Simphiwe Ndzube's first solo show in China: 'Waiting for Mulungu' at the CC Foundation, Shanghai

Simphiwe Ndzube's first solo show in China: 'Waiting for Mulungu' at the CC Foundation, Shanghai

Hosted by the CC Foundation, Shanghai | June 2–August 12, 2018

The Swahili word “Mulungu” means God. It originally described white people who assumed a god-like position of power in the country. By adapting the title from Samuel Becket's Waiting For Godot, Ndzube examines the notion of theater, the tragic, and the epic, while investigating the collective psyche of black people, proposing a different set of vocabulary outside the Eurocentric legacy, and participating in activism of the global black community whose defiant spirit has given birth to an enormous range of paradigms of resistance, solidarity, and celebration.

Robert Yarber in 'An Homage to Hollis Benton,' curated by Aaron Moulton

Robert Yarber in 'An Homage to Hollis Benton,' curated by Aaron Moulton

Over the Influence, Los Angeles | May 25 – June 24, 2018

Robert Yarber has been included in this group show at Over the Influence, Los Angeles, curated by Aaron Moulton. Yarber's work will be showng alongside artists including Patrick Nagel, Mark Mothersbaugh, Alex Israel, Andy Warhol, Jonas Wood, and Peter Shire, among others.

Katherina Olschbaur and Moffat Takadiwa now represented by Nicodim Gallery

Katherina Olschbaur and Moffat Takadiwa now represented by Nicodim Gallery

Nicodim Gallery is thrilled to announce its representation of the Austrian painter Katherina Olschbaur and the Zimbabwean sculptor Moffat Takadiwa! 

Congratulations to the HOW Art Museum in Shanghai for their recent acquisition of a major Simphiwe Ndzube diptych

Congratulations to the HOW Art Museum in Shanghai for their recent acquisition of a major Simphiwe Ndzube diptych

Simphiwe Ndzube now has artwork in the following important collections: Rupert Museum, Cape Town, South Africa; University of Cape Town, South Africa; Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa; Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Cape Town, South Africa; A4 Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa; Rubell Family Collection, Miami, Florida; The CC Foundation, Shanghai, China; HOW Art Museum, Shanghai, China; Christen Sveeas Collection, Norway; and The Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado.

Catch Katherina Olschbaur's Wilde Reiter at OOF Books

Catch Katherina Olschbaur's Wilde Reiter at OOF Books

Hosted by OOF Books | April 12–May 20, 2018

Wilde Reiter is, ultimately, an evolution of work centralized around personal narrative, cultural narrative, and the subjective marriage of the two as seen through a lens that pushes the viewer to evaluate their stance on the subject matter in a Brechtian manner—making the familiar strange.

Nicodim Gallery & Astral Oracles at the Acid-Free Los Angeles Art Book Market

Nicodim Gallery & Astral Oracles at the Acid-Free Los Angeles Art Book Market

Hosted by Blum & Poe | May 4–6, 2018

05/01/2018

Nicodim Gallery is proud to announce our participation in the Acid-Free Los Angeles Art Book Market where the long-awaited exhibition catalogs for Omul Negru, Basilisk, and The Hierophant will be presented for the first time alongside a series of new energy-harnessing works by Lazaros. 

Ciprian Muresan, Cristian Rusu and Serban Savu in the exhibition Art on Stage / Art Safari

Ciprian Muresan, Cristian Rusu and Serban Savu in the exhibition Art on Stage / Art Safari

Bucharest | May 11–20, 2018

4/30/2018

Hervé Mikaeloff, the curator of the exhibition, strives to create a couple of multidisciplinary scenes, where the art pieces and artists behave as actors. Artists will share their vision on architectures, utopias, savoir-faire, memory and their willingness to receive or free themselves of public heritage.

Adrien Ghenie's Solo Show 'Jungles in Paris' opens at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Adrien Ghenie's Solo Show 'Jungles in Paris' opens at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Paris Marais | April 28–June 16, 2018

The title of this exhibition “Jungles in Paris” has been borrowed from the Henri Rousseau exhibition at Tate Modern in 2005-06 (later show at Grand Palais, Paris and National Gallery, Washington). The visual tension created by the juxtaposition of two seemingly disparate environments (the sophisticated urban Paris versus the exotic wild untethered jungle) is the foundation for Ghenie’s new body of work.

Simphiwe Ndzube: Limbo Colony at The Armory Show, NY

Simphiwe Ndzube: Limbo Colony at The Armory Show, NY

Booth 824 | March 8–11, 2018

03/01/2018

Nicodim Gallery is thrilled to announce its participation in the 2018 incarnation of The Armory Show with Limbo Colony, a solo booth by the South African artist Simphiwe Ndzube.

Nicodim Gallery Presents Teodor Graur: 'Commie Pop' at ZONAMACO

Nicodim Gallery Presents Teodor Graur: 'Commie Pop' at ZONAMACO

ZONAMACO, Mexico City | February 7 – 11, 2018

Nicodim Gallery is proud to announce its inaugural participation in Zona Maco, a solo booth with the Romanian artist Teodor Graur. Graur’s Commie Pop will be an immersive booth installation of curated artworks from throughout his career (with a focus on recent work) presenting the East’s utopian ideals from a side of the looking glass unfamiliar to most in the West. Find Nicodim Gallery in Booth G204!

Nicodim Gallery presents Robert Yarber, Simphiwe Ndzube, and Daniel Pitin at Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Nicodim Gallery presents Robert Yarber, Simphiwe Ndzube, and Daniel Pitin at Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Santa Monica | January 25 – 28, 2018

Booth B4
at the Art Los Angeles Contemporary
The Barker Hanger, Santa Monica

Nicodim Gallery now represents Robert Yarber

Nicodim Gallery now represents Robert Yarber

December 2017

Nicodim Gallery is thrilled to announce its representation of the painter Robert Yarber. Yarber was born in Dallas, Texas in 1948, and has exhibited nationally and internationally since the early eighties. His work was featured at the Venice Biennale in 1984 and the Whitney Biennial in 1985.

Nicodim Gallery presents Simphiwe Ndzube's 'Bharbarosi' at the NY Art Book Fair

Nicodim Gallery presents Simphiwe Ndzube's 'Bharbarosi' at the NY Art Book Fair

MoMA PS1 | September 21 – 24, 2017

Following the success of Simphiwe Ndzube’s Bhabharosi, on display at Nicodim Gallery in Los Angeles, the gallery has released an artists’ book of the same title (edition 30) available exclusively at Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair. Each book offers a unique glimpse at Ndzube’s creative process, featuring drawings, diagrams, and collages that the artist composed in preparation for the exhibition. Find Nicodim Gallery in Booth G03!

Welcome Ben Lee Ritchie Handler as Nicodim Gallery's New Global Director

Welcome Ben Lee Ritchie Handler as Nicodim Gallery's New Global Director

July 27, 2017

Nicodim Gallery is pleased to introduce its new Global Director, Benjamin Lee Ritchie Handler. Touched by a sculptor at a very young age, Ritchie Handler knew he wanted to be involved with the arts as soon as she exposed herself to him. While earning a Masters degree in Library and Information Science at UCLA, Ritchie Handler toured internationally with a rock band and worked at a number of Los Angeles-based art institutions including The Hammer, LACMA, and MOCA. In 2011, he landed at Gagosian in Beverly Hills as an Archivist and Librarian. Ritchie Handler’s first project with Nicodim Gallery will be a group show titled Homeward Bound, which opens in Los Angeles October 2017.

Razvan Boar: Works

Razvan Boar: Works

June 2017

"The lure of abstraction is a thread that gets pulled taut inside me. I hold my subjectivity out to it like a rose that wilts in the face of indifference. Standing in front of a Razvan Boar painting loops that thread into a cat’s cradle of multidimensional looking. My heart, she pinches the X, whorls around, and opens up—straight lines twisted into new patterns of thinking.”
(excerpt from Twisting the Narrative Thread by Christina Catherine Martinez)

Published by Nicodim Gallery. Please contact the gallery directly to purchase.

LU Song featured in a solo exhibition at OCAT Museum, Xi'An: 'FLOW'

LU Song featured in a solo exhibition at OCAT Museum, Xi'An: 'FLOW'

OCAT Museum, Xi'an | March 4 – May 28, 2017

In his painting, Beijing-based Lu Song also wanders through the shifting landscapes that are evolving on the edge of urban environments. Similar to the visual beauty that Li Xiaofei finds in assembly lines, Lu Song’s brooding vision, at times magical, at other darkened by a haunting disquiet, lulls viewers into a duplicitous mood of serenity before awaking us to its deeper message.

Ciprian Muresan selected for the 2017 Venice Biennale

Ciprian Muresan selected for the 2017 Venice Biennale

Venice Biennale | May 13 – November 26, 2017

Ciprian Muresan has been selected for the 2017 Venice Biennale's central show, titled “Viva Arte Viva” and organized by Christine Macel.

Newly published: Zhou Yilun

Newly published: Zhou Yilun

March 2017

The monograph, published by Nicodim Gallery, is a summarization of Zhou's 2 exhibitions in Los Angeles (2015) and Bucharest (2016).

Please contact the gallery for purchase.

Tong Kunniao included in Shanghai's Yuz Museum's exhibition 'OverPop'

Tong Kunniao included in Shanghai's Yuz Museum's exhibition 'OverPop'

September 2, 2016 – January 15, 2017

“OVERPOP”, an exhibition based on the Yuz Collection and a curatorial dialogue derived from it, features works from Kerry Tribe, Samara Golden, Helen Marten, Ian Cheng and more.

Omul Negru – Edition 666

Omul Negru – Edition 666

August 2016

Do you like ghost stories? Want some new nightmares?

The invocation of Omul Negru at Galeria Nicodim in Bucharest, and then again with its resurrection at Nicodim Gallery in Los Angeles was an alignment of anthropology, ritual magic and sacrilegious geometry set inside curatorial red rooms. The corresponding codex is at once a grimoire and a folklore as much as it is an exhibition catalogue and an anthology of evil. It will define a new kind of pornography and should not be treated lightly as it possesses the most evil representations of humankind's darkest nadir.

The book contains texts from Aaron Moulton, Alissa Bennett, Dr. Philip Zimbardo, Reverend Jim Jones, Albert Fish, et al. 

Please contact the gallery for purchase.

Ecaterina Vrana's Book 'As I Lay Living' Now Available

Ecaterina Vrana's Book 'As I Lay Living' Now Available

June 2016

In conjunction with her current eponymous exhibition at the gallery, Ecaterina Vrana's new book As I Lay Living has been released. 

Please contact the gallery for more info or copies of the catalog.

Nicodim Gallery at OFFICIELLE 2015

Nicodim Gallery at OFFICIELLE 2015

OFFICIELLE, Paris | October 21 – 25, 2015

BOOTH B14

 

MICHIEL CEULERS
PRZEMEK PYSZCZEK
ECATERINA VRANA