Episode 211: Helidon Gjergji

September 13, 2009 · Print This Article

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This week Amanda talks to artist Helidon Gjergji!

From Helidon Gjergji’s personal bio:

 Helidon GjergjiHelidon Gjergji was born in Tirana, Albania and lives in NYC.

In 2000, he received an M.F.A. from Northwestern University, Chicago. Before that, he received a Diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts in Tirana, Albania and a Diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, Italy.

He has participated in the Venice Biennale 52 (Albanian Pavilion), curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Director of MoCA, North Miami; Present Future, Artissima 10 (solo project), Turin, curated by Emma Dexter (Tate Modern) etc.; Tirana Biennale 1 (curated by Francesco Bonami); Madre, (MCA, Naples); Apexart (NYC); National Gallery (Tirana); Villa Arson; Centre d’Art Contemporain (Nice); Lothringer Dreizehn Kunsthalle (Munich); The Kosova Art Gallery. (Prishtina); PAN (City Museum of Naples); Chelsea Art Museum; Temporary Services; Suburban; TBA Exhibition Space etc. His next work will be at the T.I.C.A.B. (Tirana International Contemporary Art Biannual), section curated by Edi Muka and Joa Ljungberg
Helidon Gjergji
Gabe Fowler
Swimming Pool Project Space
Northwestern University
Chelsea Art Museum
Sarah Palin
Action TV Painting
Joymore Gallery
Venice Biennale
Nam June Paik
Tirana Biannual
Francesco Bonami
Italian Flash Art
Melanie Schiff

7 thoughts on “Episode 211: Helidon Gjergji”

  1. jhghgjhg@gmail.com says:

    jesus, those two have the best voices and laugh EVER!

    EDITED by BaS

  2. tom sanford says:

    I think Browder went solo on this one. I was out of town at the time.

  3. duncan says:

    Opps. You would have thought we would have figured that out before.

    Sorry Tom. Sorry Amanda. Sorry Helidon.


  4. Amanda B-Rowder says:

    Tom was there in spirit! He propelled us via his psychic energy to laugh laugh laugh!
    cheers pals!

  5. I finally listened to the whole piece while walking the dog. Wow, two of the wackiest laughs I’ve ever heard. Fun. Almost opposite and complementary! Some great comments. I absolutely LOVE the Tirana mayor-artist discussion and the parkinglot biennale. I want to be in the parking lot show! Emocionuese!

  6. Gjoke Gojani says:

    hey Helidon nice work,
    all best
    Gjoke Gojani

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