Julia Rometti & Victor Costales
Savage Palms, Worn Stones, Moonshine Vision
December 13, 2013 - February 22, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, December 13 from 6-8 pm

“A Stone for Victor and Julia (and Its Shadow)” by Quinn Latimer

Julia Rometti (b. 1975, Nice, France) and Victor Costales (b. 1974, Minsk, Belarus) have collaborated since 2007. Their solo exhibitions include: “Azul Equivocation”, Appartement 22, Rabat (2013); “Lumpen Asterismos”, La Central, Bogota (2013); “El perspectivista” Part I & Part II, Galerie Jousse Entreprise, Paris (2013); “Anarquismo Mágico”, Solo Project : Focus Latinoamericano, Quito, Ecuador, ARCO Madrid, Spain (2013); and “Exotismo Ordinario Internacional Neotropical”, Projectroom Arte Actual, Quito, Ecuador (2011). Recent group exhibitions include: “We fragment collect and narrate”, curated by Sayoko Nakahara and Han Nefkens, FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, France; “Emmy Moore’s Journal: An Exhibition Based on a letter in a short story by Jane Bowles” curated by Quinn Latimer, SALTS - The Printed Room, Basel, Switzerland; “Susan Vérité: des methods” curated by Elfi Turpin, Crac Alsace; “Qalandia International”, curated by Katya Garcia-Anton, Jerusalem/Ramalah; “Microclima Zurich tropical” curated by Pablo Leon de la Barra, Kunsthalle Zürich, Switzerland; “Studies for an exhibition” curated by Mathieu Copeland, David Roberts Art Foundation, London; “The Evening Sun” with Lattitudes as part of “The Last Newspaper”, New Museum, New York, USA