Claude Closky

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Claude Closky
Claude Closky, ‘Manège [Roundabout]', 2006, sixteen 32" flat screens, sixteen pairs of stereo speakers, computer, dimensions variable, unlimited duration. Exhibition view ‘Manège', Centre Pompidou, Paris. 16 May – 31 July 2006. Curated by Jean-Pierre Bordaz.
Claude Closky, ‘Manège [Roundabout]', 2006, sixteen 32" flat screens, sixteen pairs of stereo speakers, computer, dimensions variable, unlimited duration. Exhibition view ‘Manège', Centre Pompidou, Paris. 16 May – 31 July 2006. Curated by Jean-Pierre Bordaz.
Born (1963-05-22) May 22, 1963 (age 55)
Paris, France
Notable work Drawing, painting, new media
Awards Marcel Duchamp Prize (2005)
Website http://www.closky.info

Claude Closky (born May 22, 1963) is a French contemporary artist, lives and works in Paris, France.

Reception[edit]

Closky won the "Grand prix des Arts plastiques" (1999) and the Marcel Duchamp Prize (2005)[1] awarded by the ADIAF.[2]

Dike Blair wrote in Artforum Magazine that "The lightness of Closky's art belies the depth of its absurdist heredity. Working in a post-modernist mode, Closky's art works combine aspects of the Situationists, Fluxus, Beckett, Tall, Daniel Buren, and Andy Warhol."[3]

Life and career[edit]

Claude Closky has no formal training as a visual artist. He entered the ENSAD (Ecole National Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs) in 1982 but quit at the end of the first year to co-found The Ripoulin Brothers, a street artist collective, with Bla+Bla+Bla, Nina Childress, Jean Faucheur, Pierre Huyghe, Manhu, Ox, Trois carrés. In 1988 he left the group to develop his independent work, using voluntarily poor means such as drawing and printed matter.[4]

He has participated in the Biennials of Lyon (1995),[5] Sydney (1996), Taipei (2000),[6] València (2001), Sharjah (2005).[7] In 2000, the Mudam (Luxembourg Art Museum) commissioned him to conceive and manage its website, for which he made a magazine and a gallery dedicated to the internet. The site was launched at the Luxembourg Pavilion in the 2001 Venice Biennale. It presented specific works by Heath Bunting, François Curlet, Pierre Leguillon, Aleksandra Mir, Peter Kogler, David Shrigley, among others. Since 2005 he has taught at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In 2012 he curated This & There, an exhibition to celebrate the tenth year of the Pavilion, Palais de Tokyo Laboratory for Creation (Paris) which presented the work of 74 artists in 74 different spaces.[8]

Work[edit]

The work of Claude Closky is mainly immaterial. Language is his model to articulate images, text, numbers, and sounds collected in our environment, or made in his studio. Although reluctant to producing objects and spectacular effects, Closky's work still addresses issues about visibility and space appropriation.[9]

Claude Closky's projects always find alternative ways to emancipate themselves from the formats imposed by the sites where they are exhibited. He seeks to point out the contradictions of our contemporary society and its representations, but also to question the role of art as producer of a cultural consensus and set of values. His works confront and question our environment, the conditions and benefits of artistic production, its relation to an audience.[10]

Selected exhibitions[edit]

Solo shows
  • Twelve Thousand Three Hundred and Twenty One, Art3, Valence, 2017[11]
  • ILUO , Centre Pompidou’s 40th anniversary, CDLA, Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, 2017[12]
  • Things Bags People #2, Le Portique, le Havre, 2016[13]
  • Vampires and Ghosts, Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris, 2016[14]
  • Prints For 06 And 90 Yuans, Bazaar Compatible Program, Shanghai, 2015[15]
  • Multiplication by Three, Florence Loewy, Paris, 2015[16]
  • 10, 20, 30 and 40%, Summerhall, Edinburgh, 2014[17]
  • Jackpot, Esbama, Montpellier, 2013[18]
  • Seven and Not Seven, JAP, Brussels, 2013[19]
  • Diplopie, Laurent Godin Gallery, Paris, 2013[20]
  • Dönüp Durmak, Şekerbank Açıkekran Yeni Medya Sanatları Galerisi, Istanbul, 2013 [21]
  • Barking and Meoing, AC Institute, New York, 2012 [22]
  • Animations, Le Quartier, Quimper, 2012 [23]
  • Inside a Triangle, MFC-Michèle Didier, Paris, 2011 [24]
  • ZNASDNAR, Mitterrand+Sanz, Zürich, 2011 [25]
  • Rarori, Galerie Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin, 2010 [26]
  • Laloli, Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris, 2010 [27]
  • Yazı mı Tura mı, Akbank Art Center, Istanbul, 2010 [28]
  • Town and Country, Mitterrand+Sanz, Zurich, 2009 [29]
  • Illumination, Le Creux de l'Enfer, Thiers, 2009
  • 8002-9891, Mac/Val, Vitry-sur-Seine, 2008
  • Music Video, 韩之演当代空间 (Han Ji Yun Contemporary Space), Beijing, 2008
  • Yes, Galleria Enrico Fornello, Prato, 2008
  • Love and Fear, Concert Hall, Threshold Artspace, Perth, 2007
  • Do not cross, Galerie Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin, 2007 [30]
  • Climb at your own risk, Museo Madre, Napoli, 2007
  • Nouvelles peintures, Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris, 2007
  • Journal, Banff Centre, Banff, 2006
  • Manège, Centre Pompidou, espace 315, Paris, 2006
  • Roue de la fortune, Galerie Edward Mitterrand, Genève, 2005
  • Journal, GEM, Museum of Contemporary Art, La Haye, 2005.
  • You want you have, Galerie Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin, 2004
  • U, Fondation Miró, Barcelona, 2004
  • Galerie Roger Pailhas, Marseille, 2004
  • New paintings, Galerie Nicola – Fornello, Turin, 2003
  • Television, Location 1, New York City, 2003[31]
  • La salle de bain, Lyon, 2003
  • Domaine de Kerguéhennec, 2003
  • World News, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris, 2002
  • Les Dîneurs, Le Parvis – Pau, 2002
  • Dundee, Contemporary Art, Dundee, 2001
  • Galerie Edward Mitterrand, Genève, 2001
  • Hello and Welcome, Base, Florence, 2001
  • Objets fétiches, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris windows, 2000
  • Yiyi, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris, 2000
  • Ski, Mala Galleria, Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovénie, 2000
  • Weekend, The Deep Gallery, Tōkyō, 1999
Group Shows
  • HyperPavilion, Venice Biennial, Venice, 2017. Curated by Philippe Riss-Schmidt.[32]
  • Potential Visual Evocations, outdoor exhibitions, Paris, Clichy, Shanghai, 2016. Curated by Elsa Werth.[33]
  • Bregenz Biennale, Vorarlberg Museum, 2016. Curated by Bernhard Garnicnig.[34]
  • The Housebreaker, Riga Art Space, Riga, 2015. Curated by Gaël Charbau.[35]
  • Immutable Mobiles, Memphis, Linz, 2015. Curated by Axel Stockburger, Kai Maier-Rothe.[36]
  • Invitation au voyage Centrale for contemporary art, Brussels, 2015. Curated by Alfred Pacquement.[37]
  • Un Nouveau festival 2015 : Air de jeu Centre Pompidou, Paris. Curated by Michel Gauthier, Julien Prévieux.
  • A Walk around the Contemporary Art World after Paradigm Shift, Taguchi Hiroshi Art Collection Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu, 2015.
  • Artists & Editions, A Publication in Memory of Steven Leiber (1957-2012) de Young – Legion of Honor, 2014. Curated by Robin Wright.[38]
  • Honey! I rearranged the collection! Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (MMAM), Moscow, 2014. Curated by Ami Barak.
  • 谜途 时间·空间·织毯 [Decorum Carpets & tapestries by artists], Power Station of Art, Shanghai, 2014. Curated by Anne Dressen, Gong Yan [39]
  • Colección Abierta 01, Museo Jumex, México, 2014 [40]
  • Views From Above, Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz, 2013. Curated by Dr. Angela Lampe[41]
  • Women at Work, Coachangdi Photospring Festival, Beijing, 2012[42]
  • Intense Proximity, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2012. Curated by Okwui Enwezor, Mélanie Bouteloup, Abdellah Karroum, Emilie Renard, Claire Staebler [43]
  • Print/Out, MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), New York, 2012 [44]
  • You have been there – departures, bifurcations, Gallery Marian Goodman, New York, 2011 [45]
  • Foreclosed. Between Crisis and Possibility, The Kitchen, New York, 2011 [46]
  • Replay, Mudam, Luxembourg, 2011 [47]
  • French Window: looking at the contemporary art through the Marcel Duchamp prize, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2011 [48]
  • Noches eléctricas, LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijon, Asturias, 2011 [49]
  • 21st Century: Art in the First Decade, Queensland Art Gallery – Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2010 [50]
  • Les Nuits Electriques, Multimedia Complex of Actual arts (MCAA), Moscow, 2010 [51]
  • Second Degré, Mudam, Luxembourg, 2010 [52]
  • Covering the wall. Contemporary wallpapers, Museum of Design and Contemporary Applied Arts, Lausanne, 2010 [53]
  • Let's Dance, Musée d'art contemporain du Val-de-Marne (Mac/Val), Vitry-sur-Seine, 2010 [54]
  • ¡Sin techo está pelón!, University of Guanajuato Gallery, Guanajuato, 2010 [55]
  • Liberty B, Open Space, Baltimore, 2010 [56]
  • Happy is a place, S.A. de C.V., Mexico City, 2010 [57]
  • A Map, Bigger Than Its Territory, Gallery Rotor I, Gothenburg, 2010 [58]
  • A to B, MKG127, Toronto, 2010 [59]
  • (İstanbul) Transit-Topos, Akbank Sanat, Istanbul, 2010 [60]
  • Chefs d'oeuvre?, Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz, 2010[61]
  • Michael Jackson Doesn't Quit: Part 3, The Future Gallery, Berlin, 2010 [62]
  • Selecties & Collecties, Johan Deumens Gallery, Haarlem, 2010 [63]
  • Quantified Aesthetics, Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA), Minneapolis, 2010 [64]
  • One Shot! , B.P.S.22 space for contemporary creation, Charleroi, 2010 [65]
  • Everyday(s), Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2010 [66]
  • Le Prix Marcel Duchamp, Galerie Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin, 2010 [67]
  • Pourquoi attendre !, Centre d'art contemporain, Genève, 2009 [68]
  • Mille e tre, Musée du Louvre, Paris, 2009 [69]
  • Nuit Blanche, Gymnase Jean Jaurès, Paris, 2009 [70]
  • Sweep me off my feet, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBA), Québec, 2009 [71]
  • Scritture Silenziose, Palazzo Dugnani, Milan, 2009 [72]
  • Multiplo_6 "Uno, nessuno, centomila", N.O. Gallery, Milano, 2009 [73]
  • Keep your options open, Galerie Hervé Bize, Nancy, 2009 [74]
  • The Real Thing, MU, Eindhoven, 2009 [75]
  • Veisalgia, Galerie de multiples, Paris, 2009 [76]
  • Outsourced Critics 2006-2009, AC [Institute Direct Chapel], New York, 2009 [77]
  • N'importe quoi, Musée d'arc Contemporain (MAC), Lyon, 2009 [78]
  • Replaying Pictures, Musée des beaux-arts, Le Locle, 2009 [79]
  • Art, Price and Value, Centro di Cultura Contemporanea a Palazzo Strozzi (CCCS), Firenze, 2008[80]

Selected publications[edit]

Monographs
  • ILUO, Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche: CDLA, 2017
  • Holly Crawford, Claude Closky Barking And Meowing, New York: Ac Books, 2017
  • Sihab Baik, Blackywall, Paris: Rrose edition, 2015
  • And – Paris: Galerie Laurent Godin, 2013
  • Ali Akay, Claude Closky, Yazı mı Tura mı, Istanbul: Akbank Art Center, 2010
  • Michel Gauthier, Claude Closky, 8002-9891, Vitry: Mac/Val, 2008, editor: Julie David, design: Jérôme Saint-Loubert Bié
  • Eduardo Cicelyn, Katy Siegel & Paul Mattick, Marie Muracciole, Climb at your own risk, Roma: Electa, 2007, editor: Marie Muracciole
  • Jean-Pierre Bordaz, Marie Muracciole, François Piron, Katty Siegel & Paul Mattick, Claude Closky, Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 2006, editor: Françoise Bertaux, design: Frédéric Techner
  • Carole Boulbès, Lynne Cooke, Alexandra Midal, Frédéric Paul, François Piron, David Platzker, Eric Troncy, Hello and Welcome, co-edition domaine Kergéhénec/Le Parvis, 2004, editor Frédéric Paul
  • Frédéric Paul, Claude Closky, Paris: Hazan, 1999
  • Olivier Zahm, Claude Closky – Magazines, Paris: Purple Books, 1998, editor: Alexandra Midal
  • Pascaline Cuvellier, Claude Closky – Le Parvis, Ibos: Le Parvis, 1996, editor: Sylvie Froux
Selection of artist's publications
  • Pick & Hammer, 2015, Brussels: mfc-michèle didier, 302 pages, 20,5 x 13,5 cm.[81]
  • Au fond de la piscine [The bottom of the pool], 2013, Montpellier: Esbama, 208 pages, 29,7 x 21 cm.[82]
  • Sept et pas sept [Seven and not seven], 2013, Brussels: JAP. Black and white offset print, 28 pages. Edition: 300.[83]
  • Inside a Triangle, 2011, Brussels: mfc-michèle didier[84][85]
  • My People followed by Biennials, Marseille: Al Dante, 2009[86]
  • Repartir à zéro [starting from scratch], Marseille: (un)limited store[87]
  • Sex, Roma: Electa, 2007[88]
  • A meeting at home, Amsterdam: NEROC'VGM, 2005
  • Les Euros, Paris: M19, 2003[89]
  • Mon père, Paris: M19, 2002[90]
  • Beautiful faces, Paris: Trans-photographic press, 2001[91]
  • Coloriage, Paris: onestar press,[92] Paris, 2001
  • Calendrier 2000, Paris: Centre Pompidou, 2000
  • Mon Catalogue [my catalogue], 1999, Limoges: Frac Limousin[93]
  • A 1000 things to do, 1994-1996, Paris: Galerie du Jour agnès b.
  • De A à Z, Paris: galerie Jennifer Flay, 1992
  • The first thousand numbers classified in alphabetical order, self-published, 1989[94]

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