Faivovich & Goldberg

 

Biography

Guillermo Faivovich, born 1977, Buenos Aires

Nicolás Goldberg, born 1978, Paris

Faivovich & Goldberg began collaborating in 2006 on “A Guide to Campo del Cielo”, an ongoing project that revolves around researching the cultural impact of the Campo del Cielo meteorites in Chaco, Argentina.

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013

A Guide to Campo del Cielo, Nusser & Baumgart, Munich, Germany

2010

Meteorit “El Taco,” Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany

2007

Chaco: First Day of Issue, Postal Palace, Buenoes Aires, Brazil; Postal Palace, Rosario, Argentina; III Fiesta Nacional del Meteorito, Gancedo, Chaco, Argentina

2006

Retrato de La Sopresa y los meteoritos que ya no están en Campo del Cielo, permanent exhibition at Parque provincial Piguem N’Onaxa, Campo del Cielo, Chaco, Argentina

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014

On the Road, Santiago de Compostela, Spain (June 27th – November 30th)

 

Traces, Peter Blum Gallery, New York (May 29th –August 1st)

2013

Mercosul Biennale, Porto Alegre, Brazil

2012

dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany

 

Resonance, Goethe Institut, New York

2011-2012

The Inaccessible Poem, an exhibition conceived by Simon Starling, Fondazione Merz, Turin, Italy

2011

Collision 2: When Artistic and Scientific Research Meet, MIT Media Lab Gallery (ACT), Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

Estación experimental [Experimental Station], Research and Artistic Phenomena, LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón, Spain (Coproduction CA2M-Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid)

2009

Reading and Composing A Guide to Campo del Cielo, CCS Bard College, New York

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2014

Faivovich & Goldberg. La caza del Snark. Barcelona: Ediciones Polígrafa, 2014.

2013

Pühringer, A. “Museale Galerieausstellung: Faivovich & Goldberg bei Nusser & Baumgart, München.” Artnews 15 May 2013.

 

Hermann, J. “Galerietipp. Faivovich & Goldberg, A Guide to Campo del Cielo bei Nusser & Baumgart.” Sueddeutsche Zeitung 8 May 2013.

 

Iglesias, C. A*Desk February 2013.

2012

Faivovich & Goldberg. The Campo del Cielo Meteorites – Vol. II: Chaco. dOCUMENTA (13). Cologne: Walther König, 2012.

 

Schwerfel, Heinz Peter. “Die Himmelsstürmer.” Das Kunstmagazin 2012: 44-47.

 

Mayerle, Astrid. “Watchlist. Künstler, die uns aufgefallen sind: Faivovich & Goldberg.” Monopol Magazin June 2012: 32-33.

 

Rabottini, Alessandro. “Alreadymade. Faivovich & Goldberg.” Mousse 14 Summer 2012: 72-75.

 

Werneburg, Brigitte. “dOCUMENTA (13): sechs. Faivovich & Goldberg.” Interview Magazine June 2012.

 

Hübl, Michael. “Eine Omnipotenzphantasie.” Kunstforum Vol. 217 August – September 2012: 26-28.

 

Christov-Bagarkiev, Carolyn. “The dance was very frenetic, lively, rattling, clanging, rolling, contorted, and lasted for a long time.” dOCUMENTA (13), The Books of Books 1/3 2012: 30.

 

Pühringer, Alexander. “Der Fall der Dinge.” Untitled. The State of the Art No. 4 Autumn 2012.

2011

Faivovich & Goldberg. Interview by Karen Naundorf. Goethe Institut 2011. Web.

 

Starling, Simon. The Inaccessible Poem. Torino: Fondazione Merz, 2011. (exhibition catalog)

 

“Faivovich & Goldberg. Meteorit ‘El Taco.’” AGMA Magazine, Winter 2011: 16-21.

 

Bomb Magazine No. 116, Summer 2011: 79-83.

 

Lorch, Catrin. “Faivovich & Goldberg.” Artforum, February 2011: 243-4. (Translated by Oliver Dreyfuss)

 

“En Guide Til Campo del Cielo del 1: El Taco.” Smug Magazine 2011.

 

“Estación Experimental.” Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo 2011.

 

Pauls, Alan. “Meteorito.” Otra Parte 2011.

 

Iglesias, Claudio. “A través del universe.” Radar, Página/12 2011.

2010

Faivovich & Goldberg. The Campo del Cielo Meteorites – Vol. I: El Taco. dOCUMENTA (13). Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2010.

 

Lundh, Johan. “Part of the Process.” Mousse Magazine 2010.

 

Coulson, Amanda. ArtReview Issue 64, December 2010.

 

“Es regnet Meteoriten.” Frankfurter Allgemeine, September 2010.

 

Hohmann, Silke. “Kosmisches Readymade. Der Weg nach Kassel führt durchs All und Argentinien. Ein Buch von Guillermo Faivovich und Nicolás Goldberg erzählt Davon, wie der Meteorit El taco die Kunstwelt verändert.” Monopol, December 2010.

2009

“Transacciones Filosóficas.” Uqbar Foundation-Sepia 2009.

2008

“Discovery of a Multiton Meteorite.” Revista Script 2008.

 

Villa, Javier. “Una Guía a Campo del Cielo.” ADN, La Nación 2008.

 

PUBLIC LECTURES

Faivovich & Goldberg. “Faivovich & Goldberg on Walter De Maria: Artists on Artists Lecture Series.” MARFA DIALOGUES/New York & Dia Art Foundation. Dia: Chelsea, New York, NY. 4 November 2013.