•      Hibernia is an further chapter of the realm Kahn & Selesnick created for their project Truppe Fledermaus: The Carnival at the End of the World. Here we find ourselves in following two of the main characters from Truppe Fledermaus, Dr Falke and Lulu. They are otherwise known for their absurdist performances in nature, but in Hibernia they are exploring the realms of augury , spells and sacred magic, where the landscape of Ireland, dreamy and apocalyptic, reveals clues to the itinerant troupe of healers, performers, and charlatans. The winds are changing, the cabarets of weimar are spreading the resistance to hill forts and bogs, and yet Hibernia holds onto its secrets.

                                                                                                                                 The Augury of the Cardinal Directions

         For this augury, a dramatic vantage point is needed, preferably one that fills the participants with strong emotions of awe and terror. once such a place is located, the augur examines the horizon, and notates the feelings that each direction evokes. an example might be: N, departure; NNE, despair; ENE, hope; E, the unknowable; etc. the augur is then blindfolded, and has a long pole put through the sleeves of their jacket until arms stick straight out in opposite directions, like a scarecrow. the augur then spins in a circle until they are dizzy to the point of collapse. the blindfold is then removed; the direction in which the left arm points represents the qualities of the past, the right arm the qualities of the future

                                                                                                                                                 The Augury of Blows

         A nervous looking individual, perhaps someone who looks like they have something to hide, is located and coerced into participation. the augur whacks the victim with a stick until they reveal the times and places of future events. it is recommended that the victim wear a padded suit to avoid permanent injury. note: this form of augury is known to be almost completely unreliable.

                                                                                                                                                              Sea Augury

        The augur stands before the ocean and asks ‘what is coming’, to which the ocean inevitably replies ‘I am, over churches, hovels, the village green, fields, skyscrapers, palaces, until all but the highest peaks are covered.’ in no case has the ocean been known to give an alternative answer, so the augur must decide for themselves whether this form of prognostication has any value.

     

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  • NICHOLAS  KAHN & RICHARD SELESNICK

     

    Nicholas  Kahn, b. 1964, New York

    Richard Selesnick, b. 1964, London

    contact: nicholas.kahn@gmail.com



    EDUCATION

    1986 BFAs, Washington University, St. Louis


     

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS


    2016  Truppe Fledermaus, SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY

              Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Ellen Noël Art Museum, Odessa, Tx

    2015  Dreams of the Drowning World, Robischon Gallery, Denver

              Dreams of the Drowning World, Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, Ma.

              Dreams of the Drowning World, Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY

              Truppe Fledermaus, SUNY Ulster, Stoneridge, NY

              Truppe Fledermaus, Millbrook School, Millbrook, NY

              Truppe Fledermaus, St. Andrew’s School, Middletown, DE

    2014  Truppe Fledermaus, Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta

              Truppe Fledermaus, Hammer Gallery, Chicago

              Truppe Fledermaus, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

              Truppe Fledermaus, Carroll & Sons, Boston

    2013  Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Id

              Truppe Fledermaus, Cleveland State University, Cleveland

              Truppe Fledermaus 2, Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, Ma.

              Truppe Fledermaus, Gallery 51, North Adams, Ma

              Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Galeria Mü, Bogata, Columbia

              Truppe Fledermaus, Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

              Truppe Fledermaus, Robischon Gallery, Denver

    2012  Truppe Fledermaus, Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, Ma.

    2011  City of Salt, Galeria Mü, Bogata, Columbia

              Apollo Procephies & Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Brenau University

              Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Carrie Haddad Photo, Hudson, NY

              Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

              Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

              Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago

              Apollo Procephies & Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Museum of     

                    Contemporary Photography, Chicago

    2010   Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea, Carroll & Sons Gallery, Boston  

               Kahn and Selesnick Cress Gallery, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga

               Eisbergfreistadt & Other Fictions Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

               Eisbergfreistadt  Overbeck-Gesellschaft Museum, Lübeck, Germany

    2009 Eisbergfreistadt  World’s End Contemporary, London, UK

    Eisbergfreistadt  DNA Gallery, Provincetown, Ma.
               Eisbergfreistadt, Robishcon Gallery, Denver, CO

    Eisbergfreistadt, Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 

    Eisbergfreistadt & Apollo Prophecies, Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI

    Eisbergfreistadt & Apollo Prophecies, Untitled [ArtSpace], Oklahoma City, OK

    2008 Eisbergfreistadt, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago 

      The Apollo Prophecies, Hiestand Gallery of Art, Miami University, Ohio 

      Eisbergfreistadt, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York 

      Eisbergfreistadt, Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale 

      Kahn & Selesnick: A Ten Year Retrospective, Aeroplastics Gallery, Brussels  

    2007 Eisbergfreistadt, Pepper Gallery, Boston

    Eisbergfreistadt, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC

    2006   The Art of Kahn and Selesnick, Dowd Fine Arts Center, SUNY Cortland

    Kahn/Selesnick: A Ten Year Retrospective, Robischon Gallery,  Denver

    2005    The Apollo Prophecies, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago

    The Apollo Prophecies, Irvine Contemporary, Washington, D.C.

    The Apollo Prophecies, Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale

        The Apollo Prophecies, Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

        Nomadischespuppetheater, Berta Walker Gallery, Provincetown

    2004    The Apollo Prophecies, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

    The Apollo Prophecies, DNA Gallery Provincetown

            The Apollo Prophecies, Pepper Gallery, Boston

    1. City of Salt, Focus Gallery, London

    City of Salt, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

    2002 Scotlandfuturebog, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

    City of Salt, Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

    City of Salt, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago

    City of Salt, Pepper Gallery Boston

    City of Salt, Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale

    2001 City of Salt, DNA Gallery, Provincetown

               Scotlandfuturebog, Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, New York

    2000  The REC, Past-Future, Palo Alto Arts Center, California

    Schottensumpfkunftig, DNA Gallery, Provincetown 

    Past and Future, Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale 

    Transmissions from the Schottensumpfkumpftig, David Beitzel Gallery, New York

    1999 Schottensumpfkunftig, Pepper Gallery, Boston 

    The Circular River, Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

    1998 The Circular River, Monique Knowlton, New York 

    The Circular River, Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College

    Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, Connecticut

    Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, New York

    The Circular River, Pepper Gallery Boston

    1997 The Pavilion of the Greenman, Monique Knowlton, New York

    The Burren Expedition, East End Gallery, Provincetown 

    The Journals of Peter Hesselbach, Monique Knowlton, New York

    Tent of the Mesmer, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton

    The Photographic Journals of Peter Hesselbach, Pepper Gallery, Boston

    1996 Tent of the Mesmer, Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, Connecticut  

    The Golden Age of Devonshire Semaphore: Royal Excavation Corps Signal Flag 


      Manouevres 1934-36, East End Gallery, Provincetown

    The Roodloft of the Drunken Beekeeper, Monique Knowlton, New York

    1995 Zelt der Biscuit Mench, East End Gallery, Provincetown

    Chapel Dedicated to the Human Head, Hudson Walker Gallery, Provincetown.

    Collabrative Paintings, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton

    1994 The Eskimo Paintings, Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, Connecticut

    The Biscuit Triptychs, East End Gallery, Provincetown

    1993   Bog Pastries and Bread Heads from the Archives of the Royal Excavation Corps,                      

        Forum Gallery, New York

    Painted Heads, East End Gallery, Provincetown

    The Delusional Object: Banners and Artefacts from the Royal Excavation Corps, Diana Burke, New York

    1992 Flagman Artefacts, East End Gallery, Provincetown

    1991 East End Gallery, Provincetown

    Owen Patrick Gallery, Philadelphia

    Klein Art Gallery, Woodstock



    GROUP EXHIBITIONS


    2016   Second Skin Atlana Kulturstiftung, Bad Homburg, Germany

    2015   Shimmering Substance: Pollock-Krasner Grantees from the Hudson Valley,                                                      

                Woodstock, NY

    2014   Alles Maskerade!  MEWO Kunsthalle, Memmingen, Germany

               Breaking Ground  William & Mary College, Williamsburg, Virginia

               Icarus: an Exploration of the Human Urge to Fly UNC Charlotte

               Uncanny Spaces Usdan Gallery, Bennington College

               Dawn to Dusk, Queensland Center for Photography, Brisbane, Australia

               Vanishing Ice, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Wa

               Vanishing Ice, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Tx

               Vanishing Ice, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada

    2013   Extraordinary, Nooderlicht Photo Festival, The Netherlands

                Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: An Artist’s Guide to the World, Florence Griswold 

                      Museum, Old Lyme, Ct

                First Contact, Gallery Project, Ann Arbor, Mi.

                Lies that Tell the Truth: Magic Realism in Contemporary Art, Indiana State 

                      University, Terra Haute, In

               Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention, The Leonardo, Salt Lake City

               Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention, Ulrich Museum, Wichita, Ka

    2012   Covet: Art + Objects, Ferrin Gallery, Pittsfield, Ma

               One of a Kind: Unique Artist’s Books, Dalhousie Gallery, Halifax, Canada

                A Dream of Eternity, Villa Empain, Boghossian Foundation, Brussels, Belgium

               Terra Cognita, Museum Belvedere, Heerenveen-Oranjewoud, Netherlands

               Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention, The Field Museum, Chicago

               New Yorker Fiction: Real Photographs, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, 

                       Beijing, China  

    2011    One of a Kind: Unique Artist’s Books, Pierre Menard Gallery, Boston

                New Yorker Fiction: Real Photographs, Stephen Kasher Gallery, New York

                Worlds, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, Ca

                Beautiful Vagabonds, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

                Saturnalia, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC

    2010    The Nature of Cities, United Nations Pavillion, Expo 2010, Shanghai, China

    2009 2009 Godowsky Award Winners, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, Ma

    Miroirs d’Orients, Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, Lille, France

    Art on the Moon, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne, Germany

    2008 Such Great Heights, Carrie Haddad Photographs, Hudson, NY 

    Melting Ice, Hot Topic, Field Museum, Chicago, IL,

    Melting Ice, Hot Topic, Ministry of Culture, Monaco, 

    Eco-Sophia, Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada,  Reno Nevada, 

    2007 Melting Ice, Hot Topic, Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway

    Melting Ice, Hot Topic, Bozar Museum, Brussels, Belgium

    Art from NASA’s Collection The Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC

    Rare Essence, Aeroplastics Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

    2006 The Twilight Zone, Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, New York

    Fellows, Hudson Walker Gallery, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Ma

    2005 Dreamscapes, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

    The City: Contemporary Views of the Built Environment, Lehman College Art Gallery, New York

    Regional Triennial of Photographic Arts, Center for Photography at Woodstock

    2004    Dreamweavers, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York 

    The City: Cotemporary Views of the Built Environment, Lehman College of Art

    2003 Re-presenting Representation VI, Arnot Museum of Art, New York

    First Photographs: Henry Fox Talbot and the Birth of Photography, Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego

    2001    Rumors of War: A Contemporary Exhibition Inspired by the Art of Jacob Lawrence, Triple Candie, New York.

    Digital: Printmaking Now, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York 

    Works by Fellows of the Fine Arts Work Center, Cape Cod Museum of Art

    Photosynthesis: Recent Developments in Contemporary Photography, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts

    Of Dreams and Dreamers: Art as a Vehicle of Escape, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago

    Photo-Synthesis: Recent Developments in Contemporary Photography, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton

    2001 False Witness: Joan Fontcuberta, Sputnik, and Kahn/Selesnick, David Winton 

                    Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence

    2000 American Art Today: Fantasies & Curiousities, The Art Museum, Florida 

        International University, Miami  

    1999  Referencing the Past: Six Contemporary Artists: Kahn/Selesnick, John O’Reilly,

    George Condo, David McGee, and Laurie, Hogan, Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts

    Rattling the Frame, 1974-1999, Camera Works, San Francisco 

    Dramatis Personae: A Look at Role-playing and Narrative in Contemporary Photography, Photographic Resource Center, Boston University 

    1. Faces of Time: 75 Years of Time Magazine Cover Portraits, National Portrait   

        Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.  

    Expanded Visions: The Panoramic Photograph, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover

    Self-amused: The Contemporary Artist as Observer and Observed, Brush Art Gallery, Lowell, Ma

     10 Artists/10 Visions, De Cordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Ma 

     Provincetown in Hudson, Carrie Haddad Gallery, New York

    1995  Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

    Inaugural Group Show, Monique Knowlton, New York

    1994-95 Visual Arts Fellows from the Fine Arts Work Center, Drerup Gallery, Plymouth State College



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                “Exhibition of the Month” GQ, October issue

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    Roberta Smith, “Kahn and Selesnick at Monique Knowlton,” The New York Times, p.55, May 17

    1995 Cover, Ploughshares, winter issue

    Vivian Raynor, “In Kent Differing Image and Books as Endangered Species,” The New York Times, p. 20, May 14

    1994 Cover and inner gatefold,Time Magazine (Man of the Year Issue, Pope John

                    Paul II), pp.48-50, Dec.26

    Nancy Stapen, “The Bold Meets the Soulful on Newbury St,” The Boston Globe, p. 57, Sept. 29 

    Ann Wilson-Lloyd, “Selesnick and Kahn Collaborate a Clever Conceit,” Cape Cod Arts & Antiques, pp. 18-21, August

    1993 K.C. Myers,  “Trust: the Collaboration of Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick,” 

                     Provincetown Arts, pgs. 91-93, Summer

    Robert Taylor, “Outer Cape Art: Fresh Daily Catch,The Boston Globe, p. 27, July 24



    MONOGRAPHS


    2013   Mars Revisited Boise Art Museum

    2006 The Apollo Prophecies, Aperture Press

    2005 City of Salt, Aperture Press

    2002 Scotlandfuturebog, Aperture Press 



    DOCUMENTARIES

    2006 UC Boulder Dept of Fine Arts for Public Access TV

    2005 “Apollo Prophecies,” Voom! HDTV 

    2003 Boston Arts WGBH TV and Art Close Up PBS TV


    LECTURES


    University of Akron

    Amherst College

    ACP Keynote address, SCAD atlanta

    Aperture Foundation

    University of the Arts, Philadelphia

    Bard College

    Brenau University

    Brown University

    Buffalo State College

    College of Saint Rose, Albany

    University of Colorado, Boulder

    The Center for Book Arts, NYC

    Columbia College, Chicago

    East Carolina State University, Greenville

    Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University

    Florence Griswold Museum

    Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

    Indiana State University, Terra Haute

    Miami University, Ohio

    Millbrook School

    Montclair State University

    University of Nevada, Reno

    The New School, NYC

    New York University

    University of North Carolina, Charlotte

    Ohio University, Athens

    Philips Andover Academy

    Photographic Resource Center, Boston University

    Princeton University

    Queensland Festival of Photography, Brisbane

    Rochester Institute of Technology

    Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

    San Francisco Art Institute

    Savannah College of Art and Design

    Southern Utah University

    SPE keynote address, Baltimore Convention Center

    St. Andrew’s School, Delaware

    SUNY Albany

    SUNY Cortland

    SUNY Fredonia

    SUNY New Paltz

    SUNY Plattsburgh

    SUNY Ulster

    University of Tennessee, Chattanooga

    School of Visual Arts

    Untitled Art Space, Oklahoma City

    University of Washington, Seattle

    Washington University in St. Louis

    Williams College



    GRANTS & AWARDS

    2015    Pollack Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, NY

    2009 Leopold Godowsky Award, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, Ma.

    2008 AICA Best Exhibition Award, Boston, Ma

    2007 Green Leaf Award, Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway

    2006 NASA commission 

    2003 Best Photography Book of 2002 for “Scotlandfuturebog,” New York Book Show

    2002    Artists in Residence, Princeton Atelier, Princeton University

    2001 Djerassi Foundation Residency, Woodside, California

    2000 Artists in Residence, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts

    1995 Provincetown Arts Council Grant

    1994 Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship, Provincetown, Massachusetts

    1987 New Jersey State Council for the Arts Grant

     

    COLLECTIONS

    Brooklyn Museum of Art

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago

    Boston Public Library

    Beinecke Library, Yale University

    Houston Museum of Fine Arts

    Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Ma.

    Cape Cod Museum of Art

    Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Fogg Museum of Art, Boston

    National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC

    Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC

    DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

    University of Colorado Museum of Art

    Boise Museum of Art

    Bergen County Museum of Arts and Sciences, Paramus NJ

    Washington Convention Center

    Indiana State University

    Miller, Anderson, and Sherrard Corporate HQ, Philadelphia

    International Finance Corporation

    Wellington Management Corporation

    Fidelity Corporation 

    World Bank Corporation

    Estee Lauder Corporation

    Microsoft Corporation

    Time Magazine

    Aperture Magazine

    The Prudential Corporation 

    Dow Jones 

    LaSalle Mortgage Corporation

    Denver Art Museum 

    Buhl Collection

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