Karen Lamassonne “Ruido / Noise” and Gina Fischli “I love being creative”

Swiss Institute Contemporary Art

poster for Karen Lamassonne “Ruido / Noise” and Gina Fischli “I love being creative”
[Image: Karen Lamassonne, Ruido (Noise), 1984. Courtesy of the artist / Giovanni Battista Cima da Conegliano (c.1459–1517) (attributed to), God the Father, c. 1510-1517. The Courtauld, London. Bequeathed by Arthur Hamilton, Viscount Lee of Fareham, 1947.]
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Ruido / Noise, the first international survey of Colombian American artist Karen Lamassonne, will be shown in SI’s ground floor and second floor galleries. Gina Fischli’s first institutional exhibition in the United States, I love being creative, will be presented in the lower level.

Karen Lamassonne (b. 1954, New York) lives and works in Atlanta, GA. She has had solo exhibitions at the Museo de Arte Moderno la Tertulia, Cali (1989 and 2017); Museo Rayo, Roldanillo (2019); and Facultad de Artes ASAB, Bogotá (2019). Recent group shows include Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-85 at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, the Brooklyn Museum, New York and Pinacoteca, São Paulo; The Art of Disobedience at the Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogotá (2018); and Voces íntimas, Museo Nacional, Bogotá (2017).

Gina Fischli (b. 1989, Zürich, CH) lives and works in Zürich. She has had solo exhibitions at Neuer Essener Kunstverein, Essen (2020); DELF, Vienna (2017); Forde, Geneva (2016), amongst others. Recent group exhibitions include the Miniatur Biennale Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf (2022); Nothing to Write Home About, Kim?, Contemporary Art Centre, Riga (2022); Winterfest, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen (2020); SculptureGarden Geneva Biennale, Geneva (2020); A home is not a house, Fri Art, Fribourg (2020); The Garden, Royal Academy, London (2019); and SI ONSITE, Swiss Institute, New York (2019). In 2021, Fischli presented Ravenous and Predatory for the Cork Street Banner Commission, London.

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from September 14, 2022 to January 08, 2023

Opening Reception on 2022-09-14 from 18:00 to 20:00

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http://www.swissinstitute.net (venue's website)

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Free

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From 14:00 To 20:00
saturdays opening at 12:00, sunday opening at 12:00, sunday closing at 18:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays

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Phone: 212-925-2035

Corner of 2nd Ave. Subway: 6 to Astor Place.

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