OCTOBER PM FEATURED ARITSTS
PM ARTIST: KELSEY SHULTIS
Kelsey Shultis was born in Birmingham, Michigan. She studied at the Academy of Art, Architecture
and Design in Prague, Czech Republic and received her BFA with honors from the University of Michigan School of Art and Design. Ms. Shultis works predominately in oil paint but also includes sculpture
in her installations.
PM ARTIST: ANITA ACKERMANN
Anita Ackermann is a young artist currently living and working in Berlin, Germany. Her work has everything to do with motion, light, viewership and activation of a piece. Her concept drawings are equally as quirky, pushing the ideas of movement, light, but also questioning what and how a drawing can be.
PM ARTIST: COUNSEL LANGLEY
I am influenced by the look of outer space, computer chips, dramatic weather, electric circuits, decay, rock-n- roll glamour, plans and diagrams, b-rate sci-fi control panels, urban environments, fluid turbulence, engineering schematics and architectural drawings, and, increasingly, the stunning good looks of the Pacific Northwest.
OCTOBER INTERNATIONAL ART EVENTS
SEPT 1-NOV 20: SEMA BIENNIAL | MEDIACITY SOEUL, KOREA
The ninth edition of SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul is held in all branches of Seoul Museum of Art under the title NERIRI KIRURU HARARA. The biennale is composed of exhibitions, summer camps, publication projects and programs, all conceived as interdependent components. The Artistic Director and Curator
is Beck Jee-sook.
SEPT 20-OCT 29: GEORG BASELITZ | GAGOSIAN GALLERY
This idea of “looking toward the future” is nonsense. I realized that simply going backwards is better. You stand in the rear of the train—looking at the tracks flying back below—or you stand at the stern of a boat and look back—looking back at what’s gone. — Georg Baselitz
OCT 6-9: FREIZE LONDON
Taking place a week earlier this year, Frieze London brings together over 160 of the world’s leading galleries from New York to Berlin and Shanghai to São Paulo, to showcase works by newly discovered artists alongside some of the most respected names in contemporary art.