ADN Galeria will participate at ARTINTERNATIONAL Istanbul
from September 4th to 6th 2015

The Word Made flesh (HelterSkelter) 12, 2014

Ink on Paper



Curated by The Future Tense and Peter Doroshenko
In Collaboration with the Goss-Michael Foundation
Benefiting the MTV Staying Alive Foundation and Dallas Contemporary


Work prensented by Kendell Geers: "Ligne De Fuite 8516", 2013


All works will be on show to the public from March 22nd at Dallas Contemporary.

The Auction will start on March 21st at 12:00pm EST.

The Main RE:Define event will take place on Friday April 4th at 7 p.m.



catalogue available for download





Numb Skull at The Jane Antwerpen


Famous chefs Sergio Herman and Nick Bril are opening their new restaurant The Jane in Antwerp. A completely new concept where gastronomy of the highest level meets art, design, fashion and music. This restaured old chapel is now a new kind of sanctuary.  High above the altar that is now the kitchen hangs Numb Skull, a work by Kendell Geers.




Lecture Tour USA

Kendell Geers will be in the USA to give a series of lectures in February 2014. Please find the schedule below:


-Feb 18th: Lecture organized by the PennMFA program  and Fine Arts Department & ICA. Philadelphia.




-Feb 20th: Lecture organized by SAIC , Chicago

-Feb 21st: Student interaction and interview as part of the 'Art and Artists"-series, SAIC, Chicago




-Feb 22nd: Discussion with Kendell Geers &  Rhoda Rosen, organized by UIC & Gallery400.



-Feb 24th: Discussion with Joshua Decter. Event organized by the Museum for African Art & Art in General as part of their "What Now?" series. To attend please contact us, as this event is on invitation only.



-Feb 26th: Lecture at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

-Feb 27th: Student interaction, University of Wisconsin, Madison.







"Marcel Duchamp, Silent Animist"

Lecture by Kendell Geers at INSERT2014, New Delhi, India


"Marcel Duchamp has inspired countless reams and rhymes of analysis and interpretation, but still the magic persists and he remains as enigmatic and mysterious an artist today as he was in 1917. From a contemporary artist’s perspective, I shall add one more interpretation and invent another way of seeing the old man of history as a shaman. In part historical, in part fantasy, in part channelling the spirit of Duchamp himself, a lecture, a performance, a fantasy and an other way of seeing his story"