• Марина Кожинова
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Motion life
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City of Dreams ✨
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I love this! Thank you for your beautiful message @leitomaz : - - Let's be that power couple that over comes all of our struggles together!!! We don’t want it, if it come easy, give us a fight!!! People feel like if it don’t come easy it ain’t worth it... That’s what make me different!!!
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Here’s a new one from my Anonymous Vernacular show open in New York City ✌️ - - “Babylon Can Have Pastel Colored Walls”, 2019, Oil paint, acrylic, enamel and plaster on canvas and wood. Open Tuesday - Saturday through June 29 @brycewolkowitz
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Painting and carving wood, layering torn advertising posters and painting the surface over and again, then sanding it again to reveal its own history interests me in the way that perhaps history is partially about remembering. This sculptural painting is inspired by the streets of Istanbul and is titled Asmali Mescit MH, Pera, Istanbul, @istanbul74_ #sculpturalpainting
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Painting One Union of the Senses in #Brooklyn before continuing to install it in the World Trade Center, 2014 @one_wtc #newyorkcity
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Attenzione, Fragile #tiemposfragiles #venice #italy #mayyouliveininterestingtimes #glasstress2019 - - Since the early morning hours of ‪November 9th‬ of 2016 when the world learned of the news of a new president of the United States, I have continuously heard the term, "now more than ever," referencing how we must all take part in being aware and work towards reinforcing a better tomorrow from within the general fragile situation the world is in today. - - My new work titled in Spanish as, Tiempos Frágiles, which translates to English as Fragile Times uses a metal fence, glass barbwire and parts of ribbons made from Murano glass to spell out the word Fragile, literally. I wanted to be direct to stress the very fragility of humanity and the circumstances we're in, and also emphasize the human-made divisions created by borders. - - After making some sketches, I also worked on a fence in Brooklyn to understand the technique and decide on the size of work I wanted to make. Glass can be delicate and dangerously sharp. The ribbon, on the other hand, is soft and is easy to manipulate. When working in Murano, I wanted the contrast between these materials to be a metaphoric representation of the polaric state the world is in during our time. - - ~ José Parlá - Brooklyn, NY 2019 @fondazioneberengo #glasstress #venicebiennale #tiemposfragiles
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Venice, Italy: Glasstress 2019 A collective exhibition curated by Vik Muniz and Koen Vanmechelen, featuring artists Ai Weiwei, Tracy Emin, Jan Fabre, Joanna Vasconcelos, Han Op de Beeck, Laure Prouvost, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Prune Noury, Janaina Tschape, Erwin Wurm, Tony Cragg - - May 8 to October 2019 #glasstress2019 @fondazioneberengo
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Anonymous Vernacular @brycewolkowitz gallery #newyorkcity
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Monday vibes. Received this painting Nuevo Rumbo after it went traveling for several exhibitions since 2015 and feeling happy it’s home. Here are some words from when I completed this painting in 2015. - - With this landscape painting I wanted to do two things—one was talk about what’s going on with the history of Cuba and the United States. Two, I wanted to make connections to historical landscape painting. The work is very tumultuous; it’s made of layers and layers, and you can really dig in. In my imagination, it deals with history going back to indigenous and pre-Colonial times all the way through the early days of Cuban Independence to the days of World War II, the Cuban Revolution, Bay of Pigs, the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, and then the landscape starts to clear—which is precisely December of 2014, when President Obama announces normalizing relations. So hope starts to open up, and the composition reflects that. At the same time, it’s a nod to the history of painting, specifically Monet—the “Water Lilies,” because I thought about the public: perhaps when one thinks about the “Water Lilies” one might think about it as one of the big staples in painting history. I thought there is a connection and that it would be a good way to comment on the natural division between the United States and Cuba, which is the ocean and the sky. That’s why it’s those colors—the reflective blues rather than the greens of the pond of the “Water Lilies.”
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Thank you Yuka! Here’s a detail of a new Tokyo bound painting
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Tonight 6:00pm at @brycewolkowitz Gallery New York City - - Please join curator Manon Slome and I for a discussion about my latest exhibition, my roots as a writer and among other things the labels and stereotypes attached to art. Manon and I have worked together since 2004 when she invited me to exhibit with the influential Artist Mimmo Rotella. We also worked together for my Miami debut exhibition Cityscapes in 2006 and next year we are proud to announce @manon_slome as curator of my solo show at The @bronxmuseum of Art ! - - Thank you to @artnews Future Group for hosting us this evening.
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Join us Thursday, May 2 at 6:00pm for a talk about my latest work with curator Manon Slome at @brycewolkowitz gallery. Limited space please email Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.
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The Ambiguity of Language, 2019 Anonymous Vernacular @brycewolkowitz
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“Mobile Home”, my latest found object sculpture is pictured here before leaving the studio last week in preparation for my show now open at @brycewolkowitz gallery. April 25 to June 29 - - Two years ago while opening the studio, I found this train made of shopping carts outside of my building. The carts used to belong to a couple that lived in the streets collecting cans and bottles amongst other things to sell and swap for survival. They carried their sleeping bags, coolers where food can be kept, and adorned the front cart with stuffed toys, dolls, and a mask of the Star Wars character Chewbacca who as they once told me “guarded them from evil forces”. - - The cart was tipped over and their belongings were all over the sidewalk. I brought it into my studio hoping I would return it when they came back around. It’s been two years and they’ve not returned. I hope they’re ok wherever they are. The sculpture is made in homage to them and the many homeless people surviving all over the world. - - Swipe to see details as well as the intended installation where “Mobile Home” is accompanied by my painting, “If You Take Care of It, It Will Grow”. #newyorkcity #worldwide #anonymousvernacular
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Composite Reality, 2019 Oil paint, acrylic, collage, and enamel on wood. - - Anonymous Vernacular @brycewolkowitz gallery #NewYorkCity
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Celebration mode with my big brother @reyparlastudio ☀️ best friend and partner! Love you bro!
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This new painting; Looking, Searching, Seeking, Finding, part of my Anonymous Vernacular exhibition is inspired by lyrics from a song of my BBoy early days, Looking for the Perfect Beat by Afrika Bambatta. Check it out if you’re in NY the show us up till June @brycewolkowitz
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Please join us tonight for my opening of Anonymous Vernacular at @brycewolkowitz gallery from 6-8pm - - photo @amandabhallawilkes
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Thank you to @archdigest for the new article about Anonymous Vernacular today - - Both in life and in his work, José Parlá is the very embodiment of a palimpsest. Amiable and kind on the surface, scratch a little deeper and there's a lifetime of experiences bubbling, memories of obstacles overcome to achieve artistic success. - - Words by Nick Mafi **link in bio @iamnickmafi @snohetta @brycewolkowitz
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Kicking it with @doreenremen Thank you for the meaningful words and fun visit!! - - Anonymous Vernacular opens tomorrow at @brycewolkowitz
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This building in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood reminds me of when this was a predominantly Puerto Rican area before the galleries and new buildings started to show up. Does anyone remember the Cabo Rojo restaurant on 25th and 10th? - - #Reminiscing #newyorkcity 🇵🇷
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The anonymity of actions and marks made in a city can amount to an ever-evolving contemporary visual language - the city as text. A name or message on a wall, homesless people, pushing their makeshift homes in a cart, layers of ripped posters, or an old tarp covering a fence, broken subway tiles, erosion on a steel panel in an alleyway filled with trash, all part of our humanity's anonymous vernacular. J.P. - - Anonymous Vernacular opening reception this Thursday April, 25 / 6-8pm at @brycewolkowitz gallery New York City - - It You Take Care of It, It Will Grow, 2019 and Mobile Home, 2019
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My brother @reyparlastudio catches me mid air. If you’re in New York Thursday April, 25 come see what we’ve been cooking for my solo show @brycewolkowitz 6-8pm @parlastudios
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Good morning!
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Zen Zen Daijobu ✌️ 🇯🇵 I made this work on paper after a trip to Japan. Anyone in Japan want to translate this saying?
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Installation starts for the opening of Anonymous Vernacular next Thursday April 25 @brycewolkowitz gallery 505 West 24th street NYC 6-8pm #newyorkcity
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This Friday AUSTIN, TEXAS. How can art inspire art? This year's Sound in Sculpture asks 6 student composers to create and perform a new original composition responding to José Parlá’s, “Amistad América.” Parla's Mural "is characterized by exuberant compositions that feature multilayered viscous surfaces and overlapping arcs of script." ⠀ ⠀ See how students respond to this work this Friday for two performances at at 6pm and 7:30pm in the Zlotnik Family Ballroom at Robert B. Rowling Hall.⠀ ⠀ @joseparla @butlersom @fuseboxfestival #austinart #seeallsides #UTAustin #publicart #atxmusic #soundinsculpture @landmarksut
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Preparing to send the new works to @brycewolkowitz gallery for my opening Thursday, April 25! Come by if you’re in #newyorkcity #anonymousvernacular
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Paris you have given us artists so much inspiration and our hearts are with you. Love from New York City ❤️ - - Detail of Stephen Wilkes, Pont de la Tournelle, Paris, 2013, Archival C-Print.
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Been working on a new project opening the 8th of May in Venice, Italy. If you’re going for @labiennale this year, I am excited to announce being part of the @fondazioneberengo_glasstress 2019 project curated by @vikmuniz and @koen.vanmechelen ... exhibiting alongside friends @prune @janaina_tschape_studio and many other artists, all of us working and experimenting with glass. - - “My work titled in Spanish as Tiempos Frágiles, which translates to English as Fragile Times, uses a metal fence, glass barbwire and parts of ribbons made from Murano glass to spell out the word Fragile, literally. I wanted to be direct to stress the very fragility of humanity and the circumstances we’re in, and also emphasize the human-made divisions created by borders. After making some sketches, I also worked on a fence in Brooklyn to understand the technique and decide on the size of work I wanted to make. Glass can be delicate and dangerously sharp. The ribbon, on the other hand, is soft and is easy to manipulate. When working in Murano, I wanted the contrast between these materials to be a metaphoric representation of the polaric state the world is during our time.” José Parlá #venice #italy #labiennale #venicebiennale
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New York City! My latest show opens April 25 at @brycewolkowitz gallery. Come say hello if you’re in town! - - Anonymous Vernacular, 2019 8 x 12 feet #newyorkcity #anonymousvernacular
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Good morning! Jumping while painting - - photo: Jeff Goldberg / Esto
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Tokyo: Chance Operation, 2019 is my new collaboration with Japanese designer @ryusukeeda 🇯🇵 @balflagshipstore #tokyo #japan #baloriginal
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Agnes Varda ❤️ wearing @jr ‘s glasses Bologna, 2017 - - “In my films, I always wanted to make people see deeply. I don’t want to show things, but to give people the desire to see.” - - In your memory for being an inspiration to all who came in contact with you and your deeply moving work. -
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Hong Kong - Manifestation of the Body’s Revolution. 5 x 8 ft oil paint and poster paper on canvas @artbasel showing at @benbrownfinearts #hongkong #artbasel #artbaselhongkong #joseparla
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#tbt to memories of my adventures painting the eastern region. Here is Haru Ichiban, a large scale work presented at Yuka Tsuruno gallery in Tokyo during my Prose exhibition in 2013. Thank you @yukatsuruno #Tokyo #Japan
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Nature’s Subconscious Projections @benbrownfinearts @artbasel #hongkong #artbaselhongkong
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GLASSTRESS 2019 Curated by Vik Muniz and Koen Vanmechelen Fondazione Berengo Art Space Campiello Della Pescheria, Murano Returning for the 58th Biennale di Venezia, the sixth edition of GLASSTRESS brings together a new line-up of leading contemporary artists from Europe, the United States, Latin America, India, and China in an ambitious exhibition exploring the endless creative possibilities of glass. GLASSTRESS is a project by Adriano Berengo dedicated to supporting his mission of marrying contemporary art and glass. Since its debut in 2009 as a collateral event of the Venice Biennale, GLASSTRESS has revived the traditional craft of Murano glassblowing by forging new alliances with internationally renowned artists and designers and has since become an unparalleled platform showcasing ground-breaking new works in glass. To celebrate 10 years of GLASSTRESS and 30 years of Berengo Studio, the exhibition goes back to its historical roots on the island of Murano. An old abandoned glass furnace is now an evocative exhibition space for striking new works and installations by returning artists Ai Weiwei, Tony Cragg and Thomas Schütte as well as first time participants Prune Nourry, José Parlá and Xavier Veilhan, amongst others. For this section, Brazilian artist Vik Muniz has invited all artists to explore ‘how glass redefines our perception of space’. In another section of the exhibition, curated by Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen, highlights from the past ten years will also go on display, including Mutter (2016/17) by Erwin Wurm, Laura’s Hands (2011) by Jaume Plensa and A Different Self (2014) by Mat Collishaw. Referring to the making of glass works, Vanmechelen says: ‘the world of the unknown and unseen becomes visible and tangible through beautiful accidents in time.’ @fondazioneberengo_glasstress @vikmuniz @prune @janaina_tschape_studio @aiww #murano #biennaledivenezia #venicebiennial #venice #italy @labiennale
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If You Take Care of It, It Will Grow, 2019 - - In preparation for my solo show this April at @brycewolkowitz gallery New York City #joseparla
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It’s an honor to have a detail of my painting Amistad America on the cover and be in the permanent collection of @landmarksut at the University of Texas at Austin along artists I have long admired. Louise Bourgeois, Ann Hamilton, David Ellis, James Terrell, Nancy Rubins, Sol Lewitt, and Ursula Von Rydingsvard and more. Thank you to the teams at @brycewolkowitz gallery @reyparlastudio and Landmarks for your support on this project. Check out the book to see the collection and map for the public work if you visit Austin. ✌️
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Listening to Computer World by Kraftwerk #joseparla
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Looking Searching Seeking Finding
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Palimpsest
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A few hours before heading to @baxterstccny for tonight’s Stand with Us Benefit. Big thank you to @michijig and all the team at Baxter Street Camera Club and to my brothers @koolboblove and @stretcharmstrong for the music tonight alongside the freshest @blackthought performing with @elmichelsaffair Menahan Street Band! Much love and congratulations to the honorees @saraharison @jessechun and Allen Frame. Photo @reyparlastudio #joseparla
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    Motion life
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    City of Dreams ✨
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    I love this! Thank you for your beautiful message @leitomaz : - - Let's be that power couple that over comes all of our struggles together!!! We don’t want it, if it come easy, give us a fight!!! People feel like if it don’t come easy it ain’t worth it... That’s what make me different!!!
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    Here’s a new one from my Anonymous Vernacular show open in New York City ✌️ - - “Babylon Can Have Pastel Colored Walls”, 2019, Oil paint, acrylic, enamel and plaster on canvas and wood. Open Tuesday - Saturday through June 29 @brycewolkowitz
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    Painting and carving wood, layering torn advertising posters and painting the surface over and again, then sanding it again to reveal its own history interests me in the way that perhaps history is partially about remembering. This sculptural painting is inspired by the streets of Istanbul and is titled Asmali Mescit MH, Pera, Istanbul, @istanbul74_ #sculpturalpainting
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    Painting One Union of the Senses in #Brooklyn before continuing to install it in the World Trade Center, 2014 @one_wtc #newyorkcity
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    Attenzione, Fragile #tiemposfragiles #venice #italy #mayyouliveininterestingtimes #glasstress2019 - - Since the early morning hours of ‪November 9th‬ of 2016 when the world learned of the news of a new president of the United States, I have continuously heard the term, "now more than ever," referencing how we must all take part in being aware and work towards reinforcing a better tomorrow from within the general fragile situation the world is in today. - - My new work titled in Spanish as, Tiempos Frágiles, which translates to English as Fragile Times uses a metal fence, glass barbwire and parts of ribbons made from Murano glass to spell out the word Fragile, literally. I wanted to be direct to stress the very fragility of humanity and the circumstances we're in, and also emphasize the human-made divisions created by borders. - - After making some sketches, I also worked on a fence in Brooklyn to understand the technique and decide on the size of work I wanted to make. Glass can be delicate and dangerously sharp. The ribbon, on the other hand, is soft and is easy to manipulate. When working in Murano, I wanted the contrast between these materials to be a metaphoric representation of the polaric state the world is in during our time. - - ~ José Parlá - Brooklyn, NY 2019 @fondazioneberengo #glasstress #venicebiennale #tiemposfragiles
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    Venice, Italy: Glasstress 2019 A collective exhibition curated by Vik Muniz and Koen Vanmechelen, featuring artists Ai Weiwei, Tracy Emin, Jan Fabre, Joanna Vasconcelos, Han Op de Beeck, Laure Prouvost, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Prune Noury, Janaina Tschape, Erwin Wurm, Tony Cragg - - May 8 to October 2019 #glasstress2019 @fondazioneberengo
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    Anonymous Vernacular @brycewolkowitz gallery #newyorkcity
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    Monday vibes. Received this painting Nuevo Rumbo after it went traveling for several exhibitions since 2015 and feeling happy it’s home. Here are some words from when I completed this painting in 2015. - - With this landscape painting I wanted to do two things—one was talk about what’s going on with the history of Cuba and the United States. Two, I wanted to make connections to historical landscape painting. The work is very tumultuous; it’s made of layers and layers, and you can really dig in. In my imagination, it deals with history going back to indigenous and pre-Colonial times all the way through the early days of Cuban Independence to the days of World War II, the Cuban Revolution, Bay of Pigs, the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, and then the landscape starts to clear—which is precisely December of 2014, when President Obama announces normalizing relations. So hope starts to open up, and the composition reflects that. At the same time, it’s a nod to the history of painting, specifically Monet—the “Water Lilies,” because I thought about the public: perhaps when one thinks about the “Water Lilies” one might think about it as one of the big staples in painting history. I thought there is a connection and that it would be a good way to comment on the natural division between the United States and Cuba, which is the ocean and the sky. That’s why it’s those colors—the reflective blues rather than the greens of the pond of the “Water Lilies.”
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    Thank you Yuka! Here’s a detail of a new Tokyo bound painting
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    Tonight 6:00pm at @brycewolkowitz Gallery New York City - - Please join curator Manon Slome and I for a discussion about my latest exhibition, my roots as a writer and among other things the labels and stereotypes attached to art. Manon and I have worked together since 2004 when she invited me to exhibit with the influential Artist Mimmo Rotella. We also worked together for my Miami debut exhibition Cityscapes in 2006 and next year we are proud to announce @manon_slome as curator of my solo show at The @bronxmuseum of Art ! - - Thank you to @artnews Future Group for hosting us this evening.
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    Join us Thursday, May 2 at 6:00pm for a talk about my latest work with curator Manon Slome at @brycewolkowitz gallery. Limited space please email Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.
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    The Ambiguity of Language, 2019 Anonymous Vernacular @brycewolkowitz
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    “Mobile Home”, my latest found object sculpture is pictured here before leaving the studio last week in preparation for my show now open at @brycewolkowitz gallery. April 25 to June 29 - - Two years ago while opening the studio, I found this train made of shopping carts outside of my building. The carts used to belong to a couple that lived in the streets collecting cans and bottles amongst other things to sell and swap for survival. They carried their sleeping bags, coolers where food can be kept, and adorned the front cart with stuffed toys, dolls, and a mask of the Star Wars character Chewbacca who as they once told me “guarded them from evil forces”. - - The cart was tipped over and their belongings were all over the sidewalk. I brought it into my studio hoping I would return it when they came back around. It’s been two years and they’ve not returned. I hope they’re ok wherever they are. The sculpture is made in homage to them and the many homeless people surviving all over the world. - - Swipe to see details as well as the intended installation where “Mobile Home” is accompanied by my painting, “If You Take Care of It, It Will Grow”. #newyorkcity #worldwide #anonymousvernacular
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    Composite Reality, 2019 Oil paint, acrylic, collage, and enamel on wood. - - Anonymous Vernacular @brycewolkowitz gallery #NewYorkCity
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    Celebration mode with my big brother @reyparlastudio ☀️ best friend and partner! Love you bro!
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    This new painting; Looking, Searching, Seeking, Finding, part of my Anonymous Vernacular exhibition is inspired by lyrics from a song of my BBoy early days, Looking for the Perfect Beat by Afrika Bambatta. Check it out if you’re in NY the show us up till June @brycewolkowitz
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    Please join us tonight for my opening of Anonymous Vernacular at @brycewolkowitz gallery from 6-8pm - - photo @amandabhallawilkes
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    Thank you to @archdigest for the new article about Anonymous Vernacular today - - Both in life and in his work, José Parlá is the very embodiment of a palimpsest. Amiable and kind on the surface, scratch a little deeper and there's a lifetime of experiences bubbling, memories of obstacles overcome to achieve artistic success. - - Words by Nick Mafi **link in bio @iamnickmafi @snohetta @brycewolkowitz
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    Kicking it with @doreenremen Thank you for the meaningful words and fun visit!! - - Anonymous Vernacular opens tomorrow at @brycewolkowitz
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    This building in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood reminds me of when this was a predominantly Puerto Rican area before the galleries and new buildings started to show up. Does anyone remember the Cabo Rojo restaurant on 25th and 10th? - - #Reminiscing #newyorkcity 🇵🇷
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    The anonymity of actions and marks made in a city can amount to an ever-evolving contemporary visual language - the city as text. A name or message on a wall, homesless people, pushing their makeshift homes in a cart, layers of ripped posters, or an old tarp covering a fence, broken subway tiles, erosion on a steel panel in an alleyway filled with trash, all part of our humanity's anonymous vernacular. J.P. - - Anonymous Vernacular opening reception this Thursday April, 25 / 6-8pm at @brycewolkowitz gallery New York City - - It You Take Care of It, It Will Grow, 2019 and Mobile Home, 2019
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    My brother @reyparlastudio catches me mid air. If you’re in New York Thursday April, 25 come see what we’ve been cooking for my solo show @brycewolkowitz 6-8pm @parlastudios
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    Zen Zen Daijobu ✌️ 🇯🇵 I made this work on paper after a trip to Japan. Anyone in Japan want to translate this saying?
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    Installation starts for the opening of Anonymous Vernacular next Thursday April 25 @brycewolkowitz gallery 505 West 24th street NYC 6-8pm #newyorkcity
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    This Friday AUSTIN, TEXAS. How can art inspire art? This year's Sound in Sculpture asks 6 student composers to create and perform a new original composition responding to José Parlá’s, “Amistad América.” Parla's Mural "is characterized by exuberant compositions that feature multilayered viscous surfaces and overlapping arcs of script." ⠀ ⠀ See how students respond to this work this Friday for two performances at at 6pm and 7:30pm in the Zlotnik Family Ballroom at Robert B. Rowling Hall.⠀ ⠀ @joseparla @butlersom @fuseboxfestival #austinart #seeallsides #UTAustin #publicart #atxmusic #soundinsculpture @landmarksut
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    Preparing to send the new works to @brycewolkowitz gallery for my opening Thursday, April 25! Come by if you’re in #newyorkcity #anonymousvernacular
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    Paris you have given us artists so much inspiration and our hearts are with you. Love from New York City ❤️ - - Detail of Stephen Wilkes, Pont de la Tournelle, Paris, 2013, Archival C-Print.
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    Been working on a new project opening the 8th of May in Venice, Italy. If you’re going for @labiennale this year, I am excited to announce being part of the @fondazioneberengo_glasstress 2019 project curated by @vikmuniz and @koen.vanmechelen ... exhibiting alongside friends @prune @janaina_tschape_studio and many other artists, all of us working and experimenting with glass. - - “My work titled in Spanish as Tiempos Frágiles, which translates to English as Fragile Times, uses a metal fence, glass barbwire and parts of ribbons made from Murano glass to spell out the word Fragile, literally. I wanted to be direct to stress the very fragility of humanity and the circumstances we’re in, and also emphasize the human-made divisions created by borders. After making some sketches, I also worked on a fence in Brooklyn to understand the technique and decide on the size of work I wanted to make. Glass can be delicate and dangerously sharp. The ribbon, on the other hand, is soft and is easy to manipulate. When working in Murano, I wanted the contrast between these materials to be a metaphoric representation of the polaric state the world is during our time.” José Parlá #venice #italy #labiennale #venicebiennale
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    New York City! My latest show opens April 25 at @brycewolkowitz gallery. Come say hello if you’re in town! - - Anonymous Vernacular, 2019 8 x 12 feet #newyorkcity #anonymousvernacular
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    Good morning! Jumping while painting - - photo: Jeff Goldberg / Esto
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    Tokyo: Chance Operation, 2019 is my new collaboration with Japanese designer @ryusukeeda 🇯🇵 @balflagshipstore #tokyo #japan #baloriginal
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    Agnes Varda ❤️ wearing @jr ‘s glasses Bologna, 2017 - - “In my films, I always wanted to make people see deeply. I don’t want to show things, but to give people the desire to see.” - - In your memory for being an inspiration to all who came in contact with you and your deeply moving work. -
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    Hong Kong - Manifestation of the Body’s Revolution. 5 x 8 ft oil paint and poster paper on canvas @artbasel showing at @benbrownfinearts #hongkong #artbasel #artbaselhongkong #joseparla
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    #tbt to memories of my adventures painting the eastern region. Here is Haru Ichiban, a large scale work presented at Yuka Tsuruno gallery in Tokyo during my Prose exhibition in 2013. Thank you @yukatsuruno #Tokyo #Japan
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    Nature’s Subconscious Projections @benbrownfinearts @artbasel #hongkong #artbaselhongkong
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    GLASSTRESS 2019 Curated by Vik Muniz and Koen Vanmechelen Fondazione Berengo Art Space Campiello Della Pescheria, Murano Returning for the 58th Biennale di Venezia, the sixth edition of GLASSTRESS brings together a new line-up of leading contemporary artists from Europe, the United States, Latin America, India, and China in an ambitious exhibition exploring the endless creative possibilities of glass. GLASSTRESS is a project by Adriano Berengo dedicated to supporting his mission of marrying contemporary art and glass. Since its debut in 2009 as a collateral event of the Venice Biennale, GLASSTRESS has revived the traditional craft of Murano glassblowing by forging new alliances with internationally renowned artists and designers and has since become an unparalleled platform showcasing ground-breaking new works in glass. To celebrate 10 years of GLASSTRESS and 30 years of Berengo Studio, the exhibition goes back to its historical roots on the island of Murano. An old abandoned glass furnace is now an evocative exhibition space for striking new works and installations by returning artists Ai Weiwei, Tony Cragg and Thomas Schütte as well as first time participants Prune Nourry, José Parlá and Xavier Veilhan, amongst others. For this section, Brazilian artist Vik Muniz has invited all artists to explore ‘how glass redefines our perception of space’. In another section of the exhibition, curated by Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen, highlights from the past ten years will also go on display, including Mutter (2016/17) by Erwin Wurm, Laura’s Hands (2011) by Jaume Plensa and A Different Self (2014) by Mat Collishaw. Referring to the making of glass works, Vanmechelen says: ‘the world of the unknown and unseen becomes visible and tangible through beautiful accidents in time.’ @fondazioneberengo_glasstress @vikmuniz @prune @janaina_tschape_studio @aiww #murano #biennaledivenezia #venicebiennial #venice #italy @labiennale
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    If You Take Care of It, It Will Grow, 2019 - - In preparation for my solo show this April at @brycewolkowitz gallery New York City #joseparla
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    It’s an honor to have a detail of my painting Amistad America on the cover and be in the permanent collection of @landmarksut at the University of Texas at Austin along artists I have long admired. Louise Bourgeois, Ann Hamilton, David Ellis, James Terrell, Nancy Rubins, Sol Lewitt, and Ursula Von Rydingsvard and more. Thank you to the teams at @brycewolkowitz gallery @reyparlastudio and Landmarks for your support on this project. Check out the book to see the collection and map for the public work if you visit Austin. ✌️
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    Listening to Computer World by Kraftwerk #joseparla
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    Looking Searching Seeking Finding
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    Palimpsest
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    A few hours before heading to @baxterstccny for tonight’s Stand with Us Benefit. Big thank you to @michijig and all the team at Baxter Street Camera Club and to my brothers @koolboblove and @stretcharmstrong for the music tonight alongside the freshest @blackthought performing with @elmichelsaffair Menahan Street Band! Much love and congratulations to the honorees @saraharison @jessechun and Allen Frame. Photo @reyparlastudio #joseparla
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