‘Burnout’ – The second solo exhibition of Petr Davydtchenko at Harlan Levey Projects.
We’re burning out like the stars, only much much quicker.
Psychological. Astral. Emotional. The burning out of books, communities, cultures and ambitions, of stars, of states and of ourselves. It’s a question of love, repulsion, and eventual exhaustion. Using video, performance, photography and sculpture, Petr Davydtchenko’s new exhibition traces various forms of burnout to the moment just before the fire, in a series of romantic gestures dealing with how we might burnout and not fade away.
January 23 – March 16 Burnout– a solo exhibition from Petr Davydtchenko
April 03 I Wish I had a River – group show with Marcin Dudek, Erich Gruber, Volkan Diyaroglu, Roland Bouvier and Charlotte Schleiffert
April 24 -27 Art Brussels 2014 (First Call Selection) with Abner Preis, Marcin Dudek and Petr Davydtchenko
Visit Harlan Levey Projects
37 Rue Léon Lepage straat 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Thu – Sun 13:00 – 19:00 and by appointment
January 23 – March 16 Burnout, solo exhibition Petr Davydtchenko (RU/SE)
April 03 – I Wish I had a River, group exhibition with Erich Gruber (AT), Marcin Dudek (PL), Volkan Diyaroglu (TR), Roland Bouvier (PT), Charlotte Schleiffert (NL)
April 24 – 27 – Art Brussels First Call Selection with Abner Preis (US), Marcin Dudek (PL) and Petr Davydtchenko (RU/SE)
This exhibition featuring work from Pilvi Takala, Alexandra Dementieva, Jordan Seiler and Ermias Kifleyesus, is part of the ICT&ART CONNECT initiative (organized by DG Connect, the European Commission’s Directorate General in charge of Information and Communication Technologies). The project involves various events and venues across Brussels, bringing together artists, scientists, technologists and policy makers to explore crossings of ICT & ART as promising paths for creative responses to societal challenges.
Ermias Kifleyesus (ET/BE) - Materials curated by: O.Rynell Cash / 18.10 – 03.11
Willehad Eilers (DE/NL) – Das Paradies / 06.09 – 13.10
Abner Preis (US/NL) – The Plague Doctors / 07.06 – 11.08
Frog King Kwok Man Ho (HK) – Frogtopia / 12.04 – 12.05
On Paraphotography: Uncertainty, The Uncanny, & The Occult / 07.03 – 03.04
Marcin Dudek (PL) – Too Close For Comfort / 26.01 – 02.03
Isaac Cordal (ES) – Prestige / 08.11 – 16.12
Petr Davydtchenko (RU/SE) – Mental Propreties / 07.09 – 21.10
Zoe Strauss (US), Jordan Seiler (US), Abner Preis (US), Jeroen Jongeleen (NL) – Running with Rocky / 14.04 – 03.06
Admir Jahic (CH), Comenius Roethlisberger (CH) – Don’t love me too much / 14.02 – 18.03
Stefan Gross (NL) – Sustainable Trash / 15.12 – 29.01
In collaboration with the United Nations – Say No to Violence Against Women/ 19.10 – 06.11
Tobias Allanson (SE) – MacGyver and the Mousse / 10.09 – 15.10
Willehad Eilers (DE) – More Future / 23.04 – 01.06
Harlan Levey Projects
Harlan Levey Projects (HLP) Gallery is located in downtown Brussels, at the heart of the European capital’s new gallery and design district. The gallery works closely with a small roster of international artists, hosting an annual program that includes solo projects, thematic group exhibitions, performances and community building/educational activities. HLP also provides critical texts to clients like Gingko Press (DE/USA). the VanAbbe Museum (Eindhoven), Showroom Mama (Rotterdam) and the Domein voor Kunst Kritique (Amsterdam), offering bi-lateral consultancy services for artists, creative industry partners and all types of contemporary art collections.