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• Schanzeneckstrasse 3
3012 Bern, Switzerland
• Thursday - Saturday
12:00 - 18:00

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[Artists]
• QUALEASHA WOOD
• ADA FRIEDMAN

[Press]
Gallery Press

[Current]
Eva & Franco Mattes
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• Bern
Open through July 20, 2024

Qualeasha Wood
code_amina
Solo Exhibition
• Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture
OPENING May 24, 2024


David-Jeremiah
I Drive Thee
Solo Exhibition
The Clark Institute
10 February 2024
- 26 January 26 2025

Qualeasha Wood
GIANTS: Art from the Dean Collection of Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys
Group Exhibition
• The Brooklyn Museum
10 February 2024
- 7 July 2024

[Forthcoming]
Constanza Camila Kramer Garfias
Solo Exhibition
• Bern

[Past] 
• Bern Gallery Weekend
Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th January, 2024
• We will also be open on Friday 12th January
• 11:00 - 19:00
[Presenting]
MANUELA MORALES DÉLANO & ROBYN TSINAJINNIE
• Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations:
• EPISODE 7: Do You Care Too Much?

• Bern

ADA FRIEDMAN
@ Art Basel Miami Beach 2023
Dec 6 - 10, 2023

• Miami Beach

QUALEASHA WOOD
Manic Pixie Magical Negro
Nov 10 - Dec 16, 2023
178 Norfolk St
• New York City, 10002

ADA FRIEDMAN
• Pre-Preview: A Suite of Three Paintings in New York
Nov 10 - Dec 16, 2023
178 Norfolk St
• New York City, 10002


MANUELA MORALES DÉLANO & ROBYN TSINAJINNIE •
• Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations:
• EPISODE 7:
Do You Care Too Much?
Sep 8 - Oct 21, 2023
• Bern


SHARONA FRANKLIN @ Art Basel
• Bouquet Solutions
Jun 13 - 18, 2023
• Basel

DAVID-JEREMIAH @ EXPO Chicago
• FOGA: Real Nigga Edition
Apr 13 - 16, 2023
• Chicago

ANDRÉ MAGAÑA
• Riquísimo
Feb 10 - Mar 25, 2023
• Bern

TERESA BAKER, SHARONA FRANKLIN, CONSTANZA CAMILA KRAMER GARFIAS @Art Basel Miami Beach, 2022
• The Three Fates
Nov 29 - Dec 4, 2022
• Miami Beach

ADA FRIEDMAN
• Paintings in Pisces
Oct 7 - Dec 17, 2022
• Bern

• Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations:
• EPISODE 6: OK, Computer
• New York City: Mar 4 - Apr 10, 2022
• Basel: Mar 19 - Apr 26, 2022


QUALEASHA WOOD

• A Suite of New Works
November 28 - December 2, 2021
• Art Basel Miami Beach


DAVID-JEREMIAH 
• PLAY
Jan 15 - Mar 20, 2021
• The Hamptons


• ROSA MENKMAN @ Daata Miami 2020 (Online)

• QUALEASHA WOOD @ NADA Miami Beach (in New York), 2020

Twenty-first Century Occupatioinal Adjustments and Considerations:
• EPISODE 4: Seating Chart for a Fall Dinner Party in a Pandemic
Sep 16 - Dec 31, 2020
• Metro Pictures x Kendra Jayne Patrick, Online Exhibition

Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations:
• EPISODE 3: “I told my parents I was babysitting some really rich white folks’ kids”/”Dis here da new time. Let dat be.” 
Jul 2020
• KJP for YARD Magazine

JO SHANE, QUALEASHA WOOD, !MEDIENGRUPPE BITNIK, ARDEN SURDAM @ NADA presents, “FAIR” Inaugural Edition 2020 (Online)
• May 20 - Jun 21, 2020

JO SHANE
• Sculptures: 1990 - Present
May 2 - Jun 1, 2019
• New York City

JOSHUA CITARELLA, LAP-SEE LAM, TATIANA KRONBERG
• Four as One and Three
Sep 16 - Nov 4, 2018
• New York City

Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations: 
• EPISODE 2: One Liners
May 26 - Jun 17, 2018
• The Hamptons

Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations:
• EPISODE 1: Magnification
Jan 17 - Feb 28, 2018
• New York City

KENYA (ROBINSON)
• Paper Rain for
Invocation Proclamation Manifesto 2 & 3
Sep 28 - 30, 2017
• New York City



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TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY OCCUPATIONAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CONSIDERATIONS, EPISODE 4: Seating Chart for a Fall Dinner Party in a Pandemic



Presented at Metro Pictures in a special online viewing room through Dec 31, 2020




Sometimes, it seems like the entirety of the art business is anchored in exciting conversations. My first hint of this notion appeared at a meal celebrating a now-acclaimed artist friend’s first post-MFA group show. Dinner parties with my lawyer colleagues were brilliant, if buttoned-up, but that evening, artists and their seemingly infinite supply of Big Ideas generated a kaleidoscopic new set of possibilities for me. Was it true that you (I?) could live a life in art?
***
A few years into writing about art and curating exhibitions, I was seated across from a person who would go on to become a dear mentor and friend at a dinner celebrating our mutual friend’s inclusion in a particular confluence of German-based international art exhibitions. Having had so much fun discussing art at the intersection of American and European politics, the next day we drove to the opening of Skulptur Projekte Münster. This still counts as one of my favorite exhibition experiences/adventures in recent memory.
***
Now that epidemiological concerns preclude both a physical exhibition and the centerpiece event marking Gallery Kendra Jayne Patrick’s first fall exhibition for one of the wildest art seasons on record, it feels important to use this opportunity to actively seek new means for fostering consequential art dialogue. Seating Chart for a Fall Dinner Party in a Pandemic, then, is an ode to the thrilling possibilities springing from dinner conversations I’ve experienced all throughout my life and work with art. It’s an exhibition of pairs, each featuring one object by one artist in each gallery’s respective orbit. In this configuration, the works are afforded an intimate, intricate dialogue, in much the same way as the artists themselves might be, were they afforded physical and temporal proximity.

- Kendra Jayne Patrick





Kenya (Robinson)
Monkey Mouse, 2020
Mickey Mouse plush, Mardi Gras beads
18 x 13 x 8 in || 46 x 33 x 20 cm










Cindy Sherman
Untitled, 1996
Chromogenic color print
57 7/8 x 39 1/4 inches (image)
147 x 99.7 cm
59 1/4 x 40 5/8 inches (frame)
150.5 x 103.2 cm




A ∩ B art: The mechanization of enigma; exploitation of the malleability of identity and privilege
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: Is “Karen” a slur or a joke?









Arden Surdam
Autopeises I-IV, 2020
Archival Inkjet Print
Each: 27 x 72 inches || 69 x 183 centimeters





Bas Jan Ader
Studies for Westkapelle, Holland, 1971
set of two color vintage prints
3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches (each image)
8.9 x 8.9 cm
8 3/8 x 8 1/8 inches (each frame)
21.3 x 20.6 cm














A ∩ B art: Positioning photography specifically in relationship to time
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: Joshua Citarella, Gregory Crewsdon, photoshop








Wickerham & Lomax
Untitled (host), 2017
Double sided printed Plexiglas,
welded metal stand in red, customized  nylon webbing, silver metal clips, wall shadows, floor lights
9ft x 1.5ft x 4ft









Isaac Julien
Stars (Looking for Langston Vintage Series), 1989/2017
Kodak Premier print, Diasec mounted on aluminum
70 7/8 x 102 3/8 inches
180 x 260 cm

A ∩ B art: Mythmaking; black storytelling tropes and tradition
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: This latest era/iteration of diasporic Black Pride; West African mythology







Gernot Bubenik
3 Leporellos, 1965
Oil and Xerox on cardboard with linen hinges












Trevor Paglen
A Prison Without Guards (Corpus: Eye-Machines)
Adversarially Evolved Hallucination, 2017
dye sublimation metal print
32 x 40 inches (image)
81.3 x 101.6 cm
32 3/4 x 40 3/4 inches (frame)
83.2 x 103.5 cm


A ∩ B art: The American Century; state-sanctioned science; aestheticization of technology
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: “Westworld;” Julian Assange








!Mediengruppe Bitnik
OSTL HINE ECSION (Postal Machine Decision Part 1)
14 of 21 LED illuminated letters, 14 of 21 cardboard boxes arrived at Werkleitz,Halle















Louise Lawler
Egg and Gun (distorted for the times, unhinged), 2008/2018
digital Fujiflex chromogenic print face mounted to Plexiglas on museum box
59 1/4 x 47 3/4 inches
150.5 x 121.3 cm
A ∩ B art: Making art with machines; Fluxus ideology in digitized art
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: Facial recognition software; 3D printing; Alan Kaprow








Jo Shane
Untitled Diptych, 2019
Found public wheatpaste poster advertisements (NYC circa 2019), plexiglass, truss-head screws
Each: 36 x 48 x ⅛ in || 91 x 122 x .32 cm








B. Wurtz
Three Blue Mops, 1986
Wooden stretcher bars, mop handles, wire
50 x 38 x 3 inches
127 x 96.5 x 7.6 cm



A ∩ B art: Effective post-minimal strategy; distinctive post-minimal philosophy
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: The new MoMA’s new Donald Judd retrospective; gendered consumerism









Jo Shane
Reified Toy Molds, 2004
Aqua resin molded to Artist’s children’s toys’ packaging
Varying dimensions








B. Wurtz
Pan Paintings, 1993-Present
Oil, aluminum sheet pans
Varying dimensions
A ∩ B art: post-minimal seriality; the Keepsake
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: No Wave bands at Artists Space in the late 70s







Kenya (Robinson)
NOWHIRNG, (2020)
GREATBENEFITS, (2020)
INQUIREWITHIN, (2020)
Found signage, pedestals









A ∩ B art: Americana; American consumer culture
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: The Dollar Store; plastic as the most plentiful material on earth





B. Wurtz
Bunch #2, 1995
Mixed media
99 x 48 x 48 inches
251.5 x 121.9 x 121.9 cm




Halim Flowers
Jeff Coons, 2020
Oil sticks on Canvas
  30x30 inches || 76x76 centimeters









André Butzer
Untitled, 2019
acrylic on canvas
107 7/8 x 83 7/8 x inches
274 x 213 cm


A ∩ B art: color theory, skeptical painting  
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: Netflix comedy specials, Michael Krebber








SHAWNÉ MICHAELAIN HOLLOWAY
define escalation or what is a ride and how much are they selling it for (?)mpeg(?), 2016
Digital video
Duration: 4’01”












Bas Jan Ader
I'm too sad to tell you,
1970-1971
16mm black and white film
duration: 12'02"


A ∩ B art: Finding empathy in irony; the tragicomic gesture 
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: YouTube; Stoicism; Trigger Warnings









Qualeasha Wood
Test of Faith, 2020
Jacquard weave, satin Durag, sequins, glass beads
71 x 54 in || 180 x 138 cm








Paulina Olowska
Blue Forest, 2019
Oil, acrylic on canvas
87 x 87 in || 221 x 221 cm

A ∩ B art: The contemporary female gaze
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: Instagram and the female form; Instagram and the broad proliferation in plastic surgery mimicking of the Black female form; Lana Del Rey, Cardi B, and feminism








SHAWNÉ MICHAELAIN HOLLOWAY
_.DEVICEPLAY (trust and touch, care and reflect), March 31, 2018
Digital video
4 minutes 55 seconds
















Cindy Sherman
Untitled, 1992
Chromogenic color print
68 x 45 inches (image)
172.7 x 114.3 cm
69 1/8 x 46 3/4 inches (frame)
175.6 x 118.7 cm

A ∩ B art: sex as performance; the interplay between public and private sexual identity  
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: WAP-related fanfare, Andrea Frasier, ”Untitled” 2003









!Mediengruppe Bitnik
solve this captcha: Desperate times call for desperate measures, lol, 2017
neon sign, 8mm white glass tubes, transformers
mounted on black wall mount/floor stand grid; 802 x 9597 mm

Solve This Captcha: come chat with me, 2016
neon sign, 10mm white glass tubes, transformers, black wall mount/ floor
stand grid
625 x 3844 mm


Solve This Captcha: Is anybody home lol, 2016
neon sign, 8mm white glass tubes, transformers, black wall mount/floor
stand grid
797 x 4431 mm







Gary Simmons
Armed and Organized, Property Damage, Dogs & Cats, 2008
Triptych; pigment and oil paint on gessoed paper each
40 x 90 1/4 inches (top framed)
101.6 x 229.2 cm
27 3/8 x 60 1/8 inches (middle framed)
69.5 x 152.7 cm
31 3/8 x 71 3/8 inches (bottom framed)
79.7 x 181.3 cm








A ∩ B art: Textual aesthetics
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: politicians on Twitter, “Cancel Culture;” digital language in an analog reality







Gernot Bubenik
Naturgeschichte mit Tulpe und Plattwurm, 1965
Auto lacquer on aluminum
40 x 40 inches || 102 x 102 centimeters






Halim Flowers
Too Big to Fail, 2020
Oil on canvas
30x30 inches || 76x76 centimeters


A ∩ B art: Symbology; superstructures governing Western life
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: Comic Books, hieroglyphics







Wickerham & Lomax
Frat Paddles, 2015
Wood, uniquely printed towel, mesh, nylon wedding, metal chains, rock spray, stickers, du-rags with zippers, 6 mannequin heads covered in a bird seed and bar snack mixture, peanut butter sealed with Epoxy; each with a “Believe” necklace in metal






A ∩ B art: Artmaking in the liminal space between digital and analog life; abjection via the absurd
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: ”The Swan;” TikTok




Camille Henrot
Maso Meet Maso, 2015
three dimensional nylon polyamide prints for case, button mount, and internal components, three dimensional resin print for receiver, paint, torx screws, phone cord, 4p4c jack, wooden table, operating system: Raspbian Wheezy, custom software written in Python and Bash, sound card, passive power over ethernet transformers, hall effect sensor, 3.7W amplifier, 3w Speaker, 1/8" jack, tactile momentary switch, 20 gua silicone insulated wire, solder, matrix keypad, perma-proto board
11 3/8 x 14 3/4 x 12 1/2 inches (phone)
28.9 x 37.5 x 31.8 cm
41 x 36 5/8 x 24 inches (table)
104.1 x 93 x 61 cm








Arden Surdam
Scrubber (Bioreactor III), 2020
Spirogyra, Acrylic, Flex Line Tubing, Tesler Hydroponic LEDs, Air Pump
6 x 14 x 16 inches || 15 x 36 x 41 centimeters










Trevor Paglen
Bahamas Internet Cable System (BICS-1)
NSA/GCHQ-Tapped Undersea Cable
Atlantic Ocean, 2015
c-print
60 x 48 inches (image dimensions)
152.4 x 121.9 centimeters
A ∩ B art: Nature in contemporary art; 21st century capitalism and nature
A ∩ B dinner party conversation: NASA sends algae to space






A very special thank you to Ryan Muller whose dedication, insight, and sense of humor made this exhibition possible.                                       - KJP