Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
We Dance, We Smoke, We Kiss We Dance, We Smoke, We Kiss

We Dance, We Smoke, We Kiss

Curated by Myriam Ben Salah

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 09/16/2016 – 12/10/2016

Artists: Sophia Al Maria, Meriem Bennani, Phil Collins, GCC, Kareem Lotfy, Tala Madani, Jumana Manna, Slavs & Tatars, Téléramadan This is a tale of a slicked wedding singer from the Gaza Strip who won Arab Idol. This is a tale of joy blooming from a loosely defined region where nuances are overlooked and histories are simplified through the

Detail, Téléramadan. Publication, 2016, p.112. Founded by Mouloud Achour, Mehdi Meklat and Badroudine Saïd Abdallah. Courtesy of Fahrenheit, Los Angeles. ©Jeff McLane Installation view: Meriem Bennani, Gradual Kingdom, 2016. Film installation, styrofoam screen, projection. Variable dimensions. Courtesy of the artist and SIGNAL, New York. ©Jeff McLane JNOUN : Documentation of the presentation of JNOUN, a

GLMAOUR GLMAOUR

GLMAOUR

Renaud Jerez with Anina Troesch and Hardy Hill

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 05/14/2016 – 07/30/2016

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Fahrenheit is delighted to present GLMAOUR, an extensive installation produced by Renaud Jerez (b. 1982 in Narbonne, France; lives and works in Berlin), in collaboration with artist Anina Troesch (b. 1987 in Emmental, Switzerland; lives and works in Frankfurt am Main) and writer Hardy Hill (b. 1993 in Wilmington, Delaware; lives and works in

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Fahrenheit is delighted to present GLMAOUR, an extensive installation produced by Renaud Jerez (b. 1982 in Narbonne, France; lives and works in Berlin), in collaboration with artist Anina Troesch (b. 1987 in Emmental, Switzerland; lives and works in Frankfurt am Main) and writer Hardy Hill (b. 1993 in Wilmington, Delaware; lives and works in

A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek

A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek

Laure Prouvost

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 01/31/2016 – 04/09/2016

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum « When we move by night at the speed of desire With you at the wheel my limit goes higher Just turn me on, you turn me on You are my petrol, my drive, my dream, my exhaust » Fahrenheit is delighted to present A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek, Laure

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum « When we move by night at the speed of desire With you at the wheel my limit goes higher Just turn me on, you turn me on You are my petrol, my drive, my dream, my exhaust » Fahrenheit is delighted to present A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek, Laure

Everyone’s Heart Is Full of Fire

Everyone’s Heart Is Full of Fire

Marie Losier

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 10/10/2015 – 12/12/2015

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Everyone’s Heart is Full of Fire reflects on the works of Dorothy Iannone (b. 1933) and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (b. 1950), through these artists’ chronicles of love stories, each linked to a fascinating artist and character. Exploring the fusional relationship and artistic dialogue between Dorothy Iannone and Dieter Roth and the pandrogynous undertaking of

Curated by Martha Kirszenbaum Everyone’s Heart is Full of Fire reflects on the works of Dorothy Iannone (b. 1933) and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (b. 1950), through these artists’ chronicles of love stories, each linked to a fascinating artist and character. Exploring the fusional relationship and artistic dialogue between Dorothy Iannone and Dieter Roth and the pandrogynous undertaking of

Faux Pas

Faux Pas

Organized by Shanaynay

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 07/18/2015 – 09/26/2015

A faux pas, of course, is per definition a false step, or indiscretion. The ‘do-not’ in every Vogue etiquette book. A slip of the tongue, or mispronunciation. Comme tu veux. More didactically, the faux-pas enacts a breach of etiquette, which in a rather équivoque, interpretation, professes sudden potential for resistance. This is exemplified in the very un-chic

A faux pas, of course, is per definition a false step, or indiscretion. The ‘do-not’ in every Vogue etiquette book. A slip of the tongue, or mispronunciation. Comme tu veux. More didactically, the faux-pas enacts a breach of etiquette, which in a rather équivoque, interpretation, professes sudden potential for resistance. This is exemplified in the very un-chic

The Reason We No Longer Speak The Reason We No Longer Speak

The Reason We No Longer Speak

Jesse Stecklow

Farhenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 01/31/2015 – 04/18/2015

The Reason We No Longer Speak is an exhibition by David Douard (b. 1983 in Perpignan, France, lives and works in Paris) that also includes interventions by Los Angeles-based artists, Liz Craft (b. 1970 in Los Angeles, lives and works in Los Angeles) and Jesse Stecklow (b. 1993 in Cambridge, lives and works in Los

The Reason We No Longer Speak is an exhibition by David Douard (b. 1983 in Perpignan, France, lives and works in Paris) that also includes interventions by Los Angeles-based artists, Liz Craft (b. 1970 in Los Angeles, lives and works in Los Angeles) and Jesse Stecklow (b. 1993 in Cambridge, lives and works in Los

Michel Auder / Józef Robakowski: Street Life Michel Auder / Józef Robakowski: Street Life

Michel Auder / Józef Robakowski: Street Life

Józef Robakowski

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 10/11/2014 – 12/18/2014

Michel Auder / Józef Robakowski: Street Life brings together a selection of films and videos by two avant-garde filmmakers, Michel Auder (b. 1944 in Soissons, France, lives and works in Brooklyn) and Józef Robakowski (b. 1939 in Poznań, lives and works in Łódź, Poland). Los Angeles is a city often defined by its absence of

Michel Auder / Józef Robakowski: Street Life brings together a selection of films and videos by two avant-garde filmmakers, Michel Auder (b. 1944 in Soissons, France, lives and works in Brooklyn) and Józef Robakowski (b. 1939 in Poznań, lives and works in Łódź, Poland). Los Angeles is a city often defined by its absence of

Far and High Far and High

Far and High

Laure Prouvost, David Douard, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Alicja Kwade, Tamara Henderson, David Gilbert, Vincent Ganivet

Fahrenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 01/31/2014 – 04/30/2014

Curator : Martha Kirszenbaum Far and High is the inaugural group exhibition at FAHRENHEIT — an interrelated residency program and space dedicated to exhibitions, performances, film programs and talks, initiated by FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) and developed by director and curator Martha Kirszenbaum. The exhibition Far and High inscribes FAHRENHEIT into the visual culture of

Curator : Martha Kirszenbaum Far and High is the inaugural group exhibition at FAHRENHEIT — an interrelated residency program and space dedicated to exhibitions, performances, film programs and talks, initiated by FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) and developed by director and curator Martha Kirszenbaum. The exhibition Far and High inscribes FAHRENHEIT into the visual culture of