Luca Frei, installation "Process charts pLay", 2019
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Luca Frei, installation "Process charts pLay", 2019
Installation view Ingrid Wiener: "Norge", 2010-2012, Galerie Barbara Wien, Berlin 2019
Ingrid Wiener, Norden, 2010 - 2012, Gobelin, Wool, cotton, silk, 12 parts each 45 x 54 cm, altogether ca. 140 x 226 cm.
Kim Yong-Ik, "This is not the answer", exhibition view, photo: Nick Ash.
Kim Yong-Ik, Endless Drawing, 2013 – ongoing / fortlaufend
Have a read of Le Monde Diplomatique's article about Michael Rakowitz's work. For French speakers!
Par Philippe Pataud Célérier (Contrebande, Les blogs du Diplo, 9 avril 2019)
Der Künstler Michael Rakowitz hat aus Protest seine Teilnahme an der Whitney-Biennale abgesagt, weil im Museumsvorstand ein Fabrikant für Tränengas sitzt. Ein Gespräch über Boykott als Druckmittel und schmutziges Geld im Kunstbetrieb
This week it was officially announced that Michael Rakowitz withdrew from the Whitney Biennial 2019 to protest against a member of the board:
Curators say the goal was not to choose “hot” artists but to include those facing pressures from art school debt and the collapse of small galleries.
Review of Mariana Castillo Deball's current exhibition "Finding oneself outside" at the New Museum, New York
Read more on the artist “going directly in the opposite direction,” currently on view at the New Museum
Have a read of Michael Rakowitz's recent Frieze article:
‘Enemy Kitchen makes Iraqi culture visible in the US beyond war, producing an alternative discourse and social space.’
Eric Baudelaire, still from "Also Known As Jihadi", 2017
Elisabeth Neudörfl is speaking on "Photography as artistic urban research" in Panel 2, on Thursday January 31 at this conference at RWTH Aachen University, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Architectural Theory, Aachen, Germany
For more information:
In recent years, visual urbanism has emerged as a new research field. Being aware of the photography’s potentials and constraints in practice (such as photographic objectification) and being critical of street photography, researchers using critical visual methodologies in anthropology (Banks 2001...
Mariana Castillo Deball discusses the legacies of colonialism and art world privilege at frieze on the occasion of the opening of her current solo show at the New Museum New York.
As her solo show opens at the New Museum, New York, the artist discusses the legacies of colonialism and art world privilege
See Eva von Platen’s ‘Fünf Kontinente’ [‘Five Continents’] 2011 digital print with felt pen in our current group exhibition ‘der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes’ until Feb 2.
Have a read of Ester Fleckner's recent interview! Included are images of her newest prints which are also on show in our current group exhibition.
Ester Fleckner maps the intersections of queerness, bodies, desire and abstraction.
Solo show by Mariana Castillo Deball
"Finding oneself outside"
New Museum, New York, USA
January 22 - April 14, 2019
Haegue Yang will be in conversation with Doryun Chong of M+ Hong Kong, discussing her recent practice, at the Taipei Dangdai art fair, Sat Jan 19 at 2pm as part of the Ideas Program.
Image: one of Yang’s new sculptures ‘The Intermediate - Weary Hairy Hug Junior’ 2018.
Save the date! Invitations for our upcoming solo exhibition by Eric Baudelaire have arrived. “Afterimage” will open on Friday Feb 15, 6-9pm and run until April 19.
An article about Mariana Castillo Deball's recent Logan Center exhibition in Chicago: Art historian Claudia Brittenham on the ancient Mesoamerican codices central to Deball's work.
Art Historian Claudia Brittenham shed light on the Mesoamerican perception of time underlying Mariana Castillo Deball’s exhibit, "Petlacoatl."
New works by Elisabeth Neudörfl, ‘Selbst als Fotografin I & II’ 2018, on show in our current group exhibition.
Haegue Yang, Sol LeWitt Upsided Down - Structure with Three Towers, Expanded 23 Times, Split in Three, 2015 is on free display at Tate Modern London.
Check out Artforum's review of our last solo exhibition by Michael Rakowitz ‘The Ballad of Special Ops Cody and other stories’. Pages 205-206 in Artforum International, Jan 2019 issue.
We're open again after our Christmas break and our group exhibition "der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes" has been extended until the 2nd Feb, 2019, featuring these "Treatment" works by Arthur Köpcke from the 1960s.
A 3D glimpse at our current group exhibition by ARTLAND - check our website for a more detailed 3D tour
New publication in our bookshop!
Vaclav Pozarek ‘15x2, Colour Lights’, on the occasion of his recent solo exhibition at MAMCO Geneva.
We’re open all week until Dec 22 - then Christmas break, reopening on Jan 8, 2019.
Details of Haegue Yang's 2010 sculpture 'Light House (Osram): Foxed in the Forest - Flat' on show at our current group exhibition at Barbara Wien until Jan 26, 2019.
Nina Canell in collaboration with Robin Watkins at the 14th Bienal de Cuenca, Ecuador. On show is a work from the series “Flexions” at the Museo Municipal de Arte Moderno (Mariscal Sucre y Coronel Tálbot). The biennale runs until Feb 3, 2019!
On show at our current exhibition: Ludwig Gosewitz’s astrological drawings from 1981/84
Exhibition view of "der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes", from left to right: Ingrid Wiener, Tomas Schmit, Shimabuku, Elisabeth Neudörfl & Hans-Peter Feldmann
Our exhibition 'der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes' is now open! See Luca Frei's two new collages titled 'Seeds' and 'Pods' alongside an array of works by all artists represented by the gallery.
The exhibition will run until January 26, 2019.
Haegue Yang's touring solo show is now open in New Zealand at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth Haegue Yang Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre
Vaclav Pozarek just installed a new sculpture, the last missing part of our new group show "der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes", opening tonight between 6 - 9 pm.
Looking forward to seeing you all!
Opening tomorrow! 'der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes' ('the big aspiration of the small picture'), Fri Nov 30, 6–9pm at Galerie Barbara Wien.
For the exhibition, Hans-Peter Feldmann sent a potato and the measurements for a plinth.
Two days to go until the opening of ‘der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes’ Fri Nov 30, 6-9pm @ Galerie Barbara Wien.
See Jimmie Durham’s drawing (pictured here) alongside a range of works from the other artists at the gallery.
See Mariana Castillo Deball’s ‘Tonalpohualli Zollstock’ 2018 at our exhibition dedicated to the small format, opening this Friday Nov 30, 6-9pm
‘der grosse Anspruch des kleines Bildes’
image from Dieter Roth, Mundunculum, 1967
Listen to Michael Rakowitz talking to the BBC about his ongoing project 'The invisible enemy should not exist'!
Sculpting likenesses of destroyed ancient artefacts using Arabic food packaging
Countdown to our next exhibition opening on Nov 30, 2018: ‘der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes’, featuring works by Georges Adéagbo and Eric Baudelaire (pictured here) amongst a heap of other artists.
Images from Adéagbo's collage series “La Révolution et les Révolutions...!” 2016 and Baudelaire's "Refusons le monde de ceux qui ont" ["Let us refuse the world of those who"] 2010
Our bookshop is still open whilst we’re preparing for our upcoming exhibition - “der grosse Anspruch des kleinen Bildes” [“the big aspiration of the small picture”] opening Nov 30, 6-9pm!
Photo by Ralph Schmitt
Last couple of days to see Michael Rakowitz’s solo show at our gallery! ‘The Ballad of Special Ops Cody and other stories’ closes this Sat, Nov 17.
Detail from ‘The invisible enemy should not exist’ 2018
Congratulations to Haegue Yang who has just been listed for the second time in ArtReview’s Power 100!
Image: Silo of Silence – Clicked Core, 2017
Exhibition view at KINDL – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Berlin, 2017-2018
We were very happy to welcome a group from the Berlin Art Institute at our gallery yesterday for a tour of our current exhibition by Michael Rakowitz! Photos by Ralf Schmitt
Excerpt from Michael Rakowitz's film 'The Ballad of Special Ops Cody' 2017. Full film on view at his solo exhibition at our gallery until Nov 17.
Info on the exhibition: http://www.barbarawien.de/gallery.php
Preview of the gallery in 3D by ARTLAND with our current show by Michael Rakowitz 'The Ballad of Special Ops Cody' on until Nov 17!
Congratulations to IAN KIAER who has been awarded with a Philip Leverhulme Prize 2018.
Ian Kiaer is honoured this year with the prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize for his work and research. Every year the Philip Leverhulme prize scheme makes up to thirty awards of £100,000, across a range of academic disciplines. For the 2018 competition the selected subject areas were: Classics; Earth Sciences; Physics; Politics and International Relations; Psychology; and Visual and Performing Arts.
Ian Kiaer makes fragile installations involving groupings of architectural models, untouched or slightly modified found objects, and two-dimensional work to create fragmented narratives. These works are prompted by the ideas of utopian thinkers, architects, and artists from various periods of history whose common concern has been their resistance and critique of dominant ideologies – while providing possible alternatives for thought. Kiaer’s installations often operate as projects or proposals and continue to employ the fragment as a means of questioning notions of totality and permanence.
Work depicted: Endnote panoramical (pink) 2018
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