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18/08/2021

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New Viewings is an experimental exhibition platform – a utopian space, a generator which invites curators and artists to develop projects free from limitations. Visitors get an overview of current discourses, curators and artist positions. It is also a marketplace. Browsing through the ongoing carousel of shows and works you can discover and buy from upcoming and established artists as well as commission new projects.

34 Curators
92 Shows
417 Available Works

To browse all shows please visit www.newviewings.de

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A selection of RUFINA BAZLOVAs work is available right now on New Viewings #35!In her series „There Is No Internet Conne...
15/08/2021

A selection of RUFINA BAZLOVAs work is available right now on New Viewings #35!
In her series „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“ Rufina Bazlova tells the story of Belarusian struggle against tyranny of Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. In red thread on white cloth Bazlova records the history of Belarusian protest movement. Like so, Bazlova’s work becomes a document of history.

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RUFINA BAZLOVA
Svetlana moy Prezident (Svetlana is My President) (2021)
Hand embroidery on canvas
22 x 22 cm
Edition of 1 + 1 AP

RUFINA BAZLOVA
Ptica (The Bird) (2021)
Hand embroidery on canvas
12 x 12 cm
Edition of 1 + 1 AP

RUFINA BAZLOVA
Jurnalisti (Journalists) (2021)
Hand embroidery on canvas
12 x 12 cm
Edition of 1 + 1 AP

RUFINA BAZLOVA
OMON-chik-chik (2021)
Hand embroidery on canvas
12 x 12 cm
Edition of 1 + 1 AP

Rufina Bazlova, *1990 in Grodno, Belarus, she lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic

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New Viewings artist RUFINA BAZLOVA curated by Ksenia Jakobson and Asya Yaghmurian for New Viewings #35There Is No Intern...
15/08/2021

New Viewings artist RUFINA BAZLOVA curated by Ksenia Jakobson and Asya Yaghmurian for New Viewings #35

There Is No Internet Connection In Belarus

RUFINA BAZLOVA
Zhenshiny Belarusi
(The Women of Belarus)
(2021)
Machine embroidery on canvas
42 x 106 cm
Edition of 3 + 2 AP

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Using the traditional Belarusian technique of embroidery in red on white, Bazlova accents the palette of the white-red-white flag used by protestors. Over the course of the last century this variation of the Belarusian flag kept reappearing in the context of the revolutionary struggle. Yet again, in 2020 the white-red-white flag came back as a symbol of Belarusian national identity.
Rufina Bazlova is working with an open wound while it is torn further apart. In an act of commemoration and commitment she delicately employs the traditional medium of embroidery to write the chronicle of her people.

In „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“ Rufina Bazlova tells the story of Belarusian struggle against tyranny of Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. In red thread on white cloth Bazlova records the history of Belarusian protest movement. Like so, Bazlova’s work becomes a document of history.

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14/08/2021

New Viewings #35 presents available works by RUFINA BAZLOVA from her recent show.

RUFINA BAZLOVA
Olga Tesliuk and Rufina Bazlova (2020)
There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus
Digital animation, 00’16’’
Edition of 3 + 2 AP

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In „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“ Rufina Bazlova tells the story of Belarusian struggle against tyranny of Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. In red thread on white cloth Bazlova records the history of Belarusian protest movement. Like so, Bazlova’s work becomes a document of history.
Using the traditional Belarusian technique of embroidery in red on white, Bazlova accents the palette of the white-red-white flag used by protestors. Over the course of the last century this variation of the Belarusian flag kept reappearing in the context of the revolutionary struggle. Yet again, in 2020 the white-red-white flag came back as a symbol of Belarusian national identity.
Rufina Bazlova is working with an open wound while it is torn further apart. In an act of commemoration and commitment she delicately employs the traditional medium of embroidery to write the chronicle of her people.

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Do You Ever Just Ascend?

The struggle is real. Do You Ever Just Ascend? is an exercise in reflection on identity. We are living through the moment when identity politics became a tool of division, through which the intensity and precariousness of late capitalist work culture have left us in a state of simultaneous exhaustion and overstimulation. As the Western paradigm keeps proving to have fundamental faults we turn to identity for insights into ourselves. In Do You Ever Just Ascend? each exhibition offers a profoundly personal take on identity, on working through it, unlearning and learning from it, challenging it.

Ksenia Jakobson and Asya Yaghmurian curated this show.

To see the complete set of artists please visit newviewings.de

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New Viewings #35 is online!RUFINA BAZLOVA„There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“Curated by Asya Yaghmurian and Ksen...
13/08/2021

New Viewings #35 is online!
RUFINA BAZLOVA
„There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“
Curated by Asya Yaghmurian and Ksenia Jakobson

In „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“ Rufina Bazlova tells the story of Belarusian struggle against tyranny of Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. In red thread on white cloth Bazlova records the history of Belarusian protest movement. Like so, Bazlova’s work becomes a document of history.

Using the traditional Belarusian technique of embroidery in red on white, Bazlova accents the palette of the white-red-white flag used by protestors. Over the course of the last century this variation of the Belarusian flag kept reappearing in the context of the revolutionary struggle. Yet again, in 2020 the white-red-white flag came back as a symbol of Belarusian national identity.
Rufina Bazlova is working with an open wound while it is torn further apart. In an act of commemoration and commitment she delicately employs the traditional medium of embroidery to write the chronicle of her people.

Rufina Bazlova is a Prague-based Belarusian artist who works in illustration, comics, art books, puppet making, scenography and performance. Rufina gained an international profile for her series The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka, which uses the traditional folk embroidery medium to depict the ongoing peaceful protests in Belarus.

Bazlova holds a Master degree in Illustration from FDU LS, ZČU, 2015 and a Bachelor degree in Stage Design from KALD, DAMU, 2020. Rufina Bazlova’s recent shows include Visual Acts of Radical Care (online) at Yale, USA, 2020; Belarus.Protest.Art – 59 Rivoli, Paris, France, 2020; Demo Mode Society at ASPN gallery, Leipzig, Germany, 2021; The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka (online) at UCLA, Los Angeles, USA, 2021; Every Day. Art. Solidarity. Resistance at Mysteckyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2021.

To browse the complete show please visit newviewings.de

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New Viewings proudly presentsRUFINA BAZLOVAs show „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“Curated by Ksenia Jakobson...
13/08/2021

New Viewings proudly presents
RUFINA BAZLOVAs show „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“
Curated by Ksenia Jakobson and Asya Yaghmurian for New Viewings #35

In „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“ Rufina Bazlova tells the story of Belarusian struggle against tyranny of Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. In red thread on white cloth Bazlova records the history of Belarusian protest movement. Like so, Bazlova’s work becomes a document of history.

Using the traditional Belarusian technique of embroidery in red on white, Bazlova accents the palette of the white-red-white flag used by protestors. Over the course of the last century this variation of the Belarusian flag kept reappearing in the context of the revolutionary struggle. Yet again, in 2020 the white-red-white flag came back as a symbol of Belarusian national identity.
Rufina Bazlova is working with an open wound while it is torn further apart. In an act of commemoration and commitment she delicately employs the traditional medium of embroidery to write the chronicle of her people.

Rufina Bazlova is a Prague-based Belarusian artist who works in illustration, comics, art books, puppet making, scenography and performance. Rufina gained an international profile for her series The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka, which uses the traditional folk embroidery medium to depict the ongoing peaceful protests in Belarus.

Bazlova holds a Master degree in Illustration from FDU LS, ZČU, 2015 and a Bachelor degree in Stage Design from KALD, DAMU, 2020.
Rufina Bazlova’s recent shows include Visual Acts of Radical Care (online) at Yale, USA, 2020; Belarus.Protest.Art – 59 Rivoli, Paris, France, 2020; Demo Mode Society at ASPN gallery, Leipzig, Germany, 2021; The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka (online) at UCLA, Los Angeles, USA, 2021; Every Day. Art. Solidarity. Resistance at Mysteckyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2021.

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Rufina Bazlova, *1990 in Grodno, Belarus, she lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic

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#conceptart #contemporaryart #installation #embroidery #scenography #illustration #belarusianartist #artivist #womeninart #artviewer #artcollector #onshow #newviewings #galeriebarbarathumm

New Viewings proudly presents
RUFINA BAZLOVAs show „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“
Curated by Ksenia Jakobson and Asya Yaghmurian for New Viewings #35

In „There Is No Internet Connection in Belarus“ Rufina Bazlova tells the story of Belarusian struggle against tyranny of Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. In red thread on white cloth Bazlova records the history of Belarusian protest movement. Like so, Bazlova’s work becomes a document of history.

Using the traditional Belarusian technique of embroidery in red on white, Bazlova accents the palette of the white-red-white flag used by protestors. Over the course of the last century this variation of the Belarusian flag kept reappearing in the context of the revolutionary struggle. Yet again, in 2020 the white-red-white flag came back as a symbol of Belarusian national identity.
Rufina Bazlova is working with an open wound while it is torn further apart. In an act of commemoration and commitment she delicately employs the traditional medium of embroidery to write the chronicle of her people.

Rufina Bazlova is a Prague-based Belarusian artist who works in illustration, comics, art books, puppet making, scenography and performance. Rufina gained an international profile for her series The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka, which uses the traditional folk embroidery medium to depict the ongoing peaceful protests in Belarus.

Bazlova holds a Master degree in Illustration from FDU LS, ZČU, 2015 and a Bachelor degree in Stage Design from KALD, DAMU, 2020.
Rufina Bazlova’s recent shows include Visual Acts of Radical Care (online) at Yale, USA, 2020; Belarus.Protest.Art – 59 Rivoli, Paris, France, 2020; Demo Mode Society at ASPN gallery, Leipzig, Germany, 2021; The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka (online) at UCLA, Los Angeles, USA, 2021; Every Day. Art. Solidarity. Resistance at Mysteckyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2021.

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Rufina Bazlova, *1990 in Grodno, Belarus, she lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic

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New Viewings RevisitedHEIKE GALLMEIER for New Viewings #5 curated by Thibaut be Ruyter „We are Sitting in Different Room...
10/08/2021

New Viewings Revisited
HEIKE GALLMEIER for New Viewings #5 curated by Thibaut be Ruyter „We are Sitting in Different Rooms“

Berlin-based artist Heike Gallmeier builds and constructs spaces in her studio which she then photographs.

The construction (installation) is made to be shot from a specific point of view and often creates optic illusions like the forced perspective in the Galleria Spada by Borromini. Her installation in the virtual Gallery Barbara Thumm, fragmented and colourful, recomposes the room and is not even afraid to open a window in the White Cube.

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HEIKE GALLMEIER
Vertigo 2 (2015)
Analogue C-print on Alu-Dibond
Framed 150 x 180 cm
Ed. 2/2 + 2 AP

HEIKE GALLMEIER
to vanish (2019)
Pigment print on museum paper
Framed 48 x 69 cm
Ed. 3 + 1 AP

To browse this complete artist set and also see all available work please visit newviewings.de

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Sunday Open: MIES IN MINDFri–Sun, 20–22 August 2021Works by ALEX SCHWEDER and FERNANDO BRYCE@Showroom Galerie Barbara Th...
09/08/2021

Sunday Open: MIES IN MIND
Fri–Sun, 20–22 August 2021
Works by ALEX SCHWEDER and FERNANDO BRYCE
@Showroom Galerie Barbara Thumm and Fahrenheit Space

Opening drinks Friday from 6pm
Come and celebrate with us!

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Sunday Open: MIES IN MIND
Fri–Sun, 20–22 August 2021
Works by ALEX SCHWEDER and FERNANDO BRYCE
@Showroom Galerie Barbara Thumm and Fahrenheit Space

Opening drinks Friday from 6pm
Come and celebrate with us!

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#contemporaryartist #videoart #performance #conceptualart #installation #art.viewer #artcollector #indexsundayopen #indexberlin #newviewings #galeriebarbarathumm

Sunday Open: MIES IN MINDFri–Sun, 20–22 August 2021Works by FERNANDO BRYCE and ALEX SCHWEDER@Showroom Galerie Barbara Th...
09/08/2021

Sunday Open: MIES IN MIND
Fri–Sun, 20–22 August 2021
Works by FERNANDO BRYCE and ALEX SCHWEDER
@Showroom Galerie Barbara Thumm and Fahrenheit Space

Opening Friday 6–10 pm
See you there!

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#contemporaryart #mediaart #conceptart #peruvianartist #painting #miesinmind #fineart #miesvanderrohe #artatberlin #indexsundayopen #indexberlin #galeriebarbarathumm

Sunday Open: MIES IN MIND
Fri–Sun, 20–22 August 2021
Works by FERNANDO BRYCE and ALEX SCHWEDER
@Showroom Galerie Barbara Thumm and Fahrenheit Space

Opening Friday 6–10 pm
See you there!

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#contemporaryart #mediaart #conceptart #peruvianartist #painting #miesinmind #fineart #miesvanderrohe #artatberlin #indexsundayopen #indexberlin #galeriebarbarathumm

SELMA KÖRAN„Alternation of Ends“for New Viewings #35 curated by Asya Yaghmurian & Ksenia JakobsonThe starting point and ...
07/08/2021

SELMA KÖRAN
„Alternation of Ends“
for New Viewings #35 curated by Asya Yaghmurian & Ksenia Jakobson

The starting point and the central piece of the exhibition is Selma Köran’s continuously developing video work EXIT ATHENA, that she started in 2018.

Selma Köran is a multimedia artist working in the field of animation, video, painting and sculpture. Through her playful work set in the magical realm of mythology, Köran examines our reception of narrations and how they shape our perception of the world. Deconstructing the conventional form of a narrative, she challenges and pastiches the conception of normative and hierarchical structures.

In her current work, she goes beyond the format of film to encapsulate various mediums and aesthetic interpretations she utilises while deploying her own political and conceptual position.
Köran’s works have been shown at Academiae Biennial 2018 – Where Plato taught. Teaching art: Is it Art or is it a Fart? in Bolzano, Italy, 2018; Life on Planet Orsimanirana, Museum für Kunst und Handwerk in Hamburg, Germany, 2021. Most recently Köran had her first institutional solo show, 6 1/2 Wochen - EXIT ATHENA in Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany, 2021.

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SELMA KÖRAN
Archeological Excavation #7 (2021)
Ceramics
30 x 23 x 19 cm
Edition of 3 + 2 APs

This piece is available on newviewings.de

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SELMA KÖRAN
„Alternation of Ends“
for New Viewings #35 curated by Asya Yaghmurian & Ksenia Jakobson

The starting point and the central piece of the exhibition is Selma Köran’s continuously developing video work EXIT ATHENA, that she started in 2018.

Selma Köran is a multimedia artist working in the field of animation, video, painting and sculpture. Through her playful work set in the magical realm of mythology, Köran examines our reception of narrations and how they shape our perception of the world. Deconstructing the conventional form of a narrative, she challenges and pastiches the conception of normative and hierarchical structures.

In her current work, she goes beyond the format of film to encapsulate various mediums and aesthetic interpretations she utilises while deploying her own political and conceptual position.
Köran’s works have been shown at Academiae Biennial 2018 – Where Plato taught. Teaching art: Is it Art or is it a Fart? in Bolzano, Italy, 2018; Life on Planet Orsimanirana, Museum für Kunst und Handwerk in Hamburg, Germany, 2021. Most recently Köran had her first institutional solo show, 6 1/2 Wochen - EXIT ATHENA in Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany, 2021.

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SELMA KÖRAN
Archeological Excavation #7 (2021)
Ceramics
30 x 23 x 19 cm
Edition of 3 + 2 APs

This piece is available on newviewings.de

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#contemporaryart #feministart #ceramics #sculpture #surreal #conceptart #femaleartist #artcollectors #artonline #art_spotlight #galeriebarbarathumm #newviewings

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