Marlborough is pleased to present a special exhibition of works by an international group of artists celebrating the bicycle: a visual expression of the urban cycling movement. Joyride, has been organized by Ed Spurr and Brendt Barbur, and is presented in celebration of the 14th edition of the Bicycle Film Festival.
Artists in the exhibition:
Ai Weiwei, Rita Ackermann, Tim Barber, Frank Benson, Lizzi Bougatsos, Julia Chiang, Francesco Clemente, Peter Coffin, Dan Colen, Thomas Eggerer, Urs Fischer, Leo Fitzpatrick, Rainer Ganahl, Andrew Guenther, Marc Hundley, Alex Katz, KAWS, Graham Macbeth, Ari Marcopoulos, Jonathan Monk, Jason Nocito, Laura Owens, Eli Ping, Richard Prince, Tom Sachs, Aurel Schmidt, Kiki Smith, Devin Troy Strother, Spencer Sweeney, John Tremblay, B. Wurtz
About the Bicycle Film Festival:
In 2001, the Bicycle Film Festival was founded by NYC cyclist, Brendt Barbur. The festival has successfully created a platform to celebrate bicycles through art, music and lm. The rst event was held at the Anthology Film Archives in New York in 2001 and by 2014, the festival has traveled to 60 cities worldwide, from Moscow to Istanbul; Tokyo to Mexico City. The festival has become a catalyst for the urban bike movement across the globe. It is a venue for emerging and recognized artists, as well as designers and lmmakers to express their shared passion for the bicycle, cycling and the festival itself.