Category Archives: PHOTOS

Lisa Ruyter @ school, Vienna, Austria “Let Us Now Praise Famous Men,” November 20, 2015

school presents

Performative Screenings #39
Lisa Ruyter
Let us now Praise Famous Men

Friday November 20, 2015
Lecture 8 pm

lisa ruyter 1990

​©Lisa Ruyter, 1990 (approximately)

Lisa Ruyter’s recent work turns to the archive as subject matter, abandoning the use of self-made photographic source material in favor of appropriation of a self-indexed version of the The Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information Collection, housed at the Library of Congress, which includes photographs created from 1935 to 1944. There is a relationship between this new work and the drawing-driven works that Ruyter showed in NYC in the early 90’s. This presentation will feature both bodies of work.

school
Grüngasse 22
A-1050 Wien
weloveschool.org

part of Vienna Art Week

school is supported by BKA Kunst and MA7

Abstraktion und Subtraktion // from October 31 // Photo Gallery

Lisa Ruyter @ CONNERSMITH., Washington DC; "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men," September 8-October 20, 2012

Lisa Ruyter @ Alan Cristea Gallery, London; "Lisa Ruyter: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men," April 26-May 26, 2012

Salvatore Viviano >< Is The Pope Catholic? >< Photo Gallery

http://www.salvatoreviviano.com

 

Michael Hackl >< Does a one-legged duck swim in circles? >< Photo Gallery

If a tree falls in the forest and nobody hears it, does it make a sound? >< Photo Gallery

Pull My Daisy >< Photo Gallery

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Lisa Ruyter invites Olivier Mosset and Lisa Beck to Bell Street Project Space. Vienna, July 2010

Lisa Ruyter @ Georg Kargl, Vienna; "Atoms For Peace," November 14, 2008 – January 11, 2009

David Benjamin Sherry >< but take me to the haven of your bed was something that you never said >< Photo Gallery

Herwig Weiser >< BlackBox Arco, Arco – Arte Contemporaneo en España, Madrid >< Photo Gallery

The Rose Garden Without Thorns >< Photo Gallery

Lisa Ruyter @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris; "Canʼt See The Forest For The Trees," January 17-February 28, 2004

Team Gallery, D.C. >< Washington DC >< September – December 1994