Nothing is perfect at the exhibition AND SO ON AND SO FORTH
Finissage on Friday, November 16th at 6 pm
Nothing is Perfect tour by Erkki Luuk
kim? Center for Contemporary Arts and Margit Säde Lehni would like to invite you back to the current exhibition AND SO ON AND SO FORTH.
To finish the exhibition befittingly we have invited the perfectionist Erkki Luuk to use San Keller's "Nothing is Perfect" action stick to give the show the final public condemnation. This gold-tipped ebony pointer is actually a free interpretation of stick by Christian Dior who used it for pointing out the flaws and shortcomings in the work of his employees. It also serves well in art circles, particularly in the context of AND SO ON AND SO FORTH and it's ideas of well -, badly -, and not done.
Please join us for Nothing is Perfect tour by Erkki Luuk on Friday, November 16th at 6pm.
San Keller (1971) is internationally known for his participatory and ephemeral projects, where he often uses the artist's fictive persona to think about acting in our society. He lives and works in Zürich, Switzerland. <www.museumsankeller.ch>
Erkki Luuk (1971) is artist, writer and cognitive scientist based in Tartu, Estonia. He is the author of " "0rnithologist's commencement" (2002) , " " (2005), "selected poems" (2008), "oak night" (2012, together with c). <www.ut.ee/~el>
AND SO ON AND SO FORTH on view until November 17, 7 pm.
Together with: Ivars Gravlejs (LV), David Horvitz (US), Takahiro Iwasaki (JP), Krõõt Juurak (NL/EE), San Keller (CH), Paul Kuimet (EE) & Mikko Rikala (FI), Camille Laurelli (FR), Ursula Nistrup (DK), Olof Olsson (DK), Pind (DK), Julien Prévieux (FR), Annika Ström (SE / UK), The Collection of Marianne and Fritz Keller (CH), Triin Tamm (EE), Toomas Thetloff (EE)
Curated by Margit Säde Lehni
Organized by Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia and kim? Contemporary Art Centre in Riga.
Supported by Nordic Culture Point, Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Pro Helvetia, IASPIS, Danish Arts Council, Embassy of The United States in Riga, Estonian Embassy in Riga, Palais de Tokyo, LuxExpress.
kim? Contemporary Art Centre
12/1 Maskavas Street
Riga, LV-1050, Latvia