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59.99230° N / 29.78197° E - Selected Works
February 8th 2014


Exhibition:
Solo Show

NCCA Kronstadt
Kronstadt, Russia
(Saint Petersburg)

ncca.ru


Press:
Gazette Kronstadt (print)

 

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About the work:

59.99230° N / 29.78197° E - Selected Works

This exhibition will consist of various works created by the artist j.frede during his residency at NCCA Kronstadt. Ranging from paintings to sculpture, drawings to video all of which were created in the last 30 days here in Kronstadt. Some of the works to be shown include the painting “All Ways But Still” which hangs as a loose canvas on the wall, which he recently wrote about on the Huffington Post. A diptych of drawings titled “Vigilant / Mischief” of sails and riggings of ships by the same names. A sculpture titled “For Alexander” consisting of an anchor with a knotted mass, the newest in j.frede’s Heirloom Series. A Video of the action titled “After Malevich” that features j.frede recreating the famous “Black Square” painting on the surface of the Baltic Sea. During his time at Kronstadt he has written six articles for the Huffington Post, several journal entries on his own tumblr blog, taken hundreds of photographs created ten new original works and made a number of videos and audio recordings.

   
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j.frede : After Malevich - Kronstadt, Russia from j.frede on Vimeo.

j.frede : 59.983998 N / 29.76229 E from j.frede on Vimeo.

j.frede : The Passage of The Phoenix - Fort Alexander, Kronstadt, Russia from j.frede on Vimeo.