Daniel Marzona

Daniel Marzona Daniel Marzona is a contemporary art gallery representing international emerging and established art Opened in September 2014

represented artists:

Stephen Antonakos
Matthew Buckingham
Nina Canell
Vajiko Chachkhiani
Braco Dimitrijević
Zvi Goldstein
Olaf Holzapfel
Axel Hütte
Sofia Hulten
Mischa Kuball
Bernd Lohaus
Sarah Loibl
Aron Mehzion
Magnus Plessen
Ferdinand Penker
Elodie Seguin
Johannes Wald

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Today until January 22, 2022 "all the lonely people"group exhibition at LAXART, Los Angeles, California, USA featuring t...
04/12/2021

Today until January 22, 2022

"all the lonely people"
group exhibition at LAXART, Los Angeles, California, USA
featuring the video "Life Track" (2014) by VAJIKO CHACHKHIANI

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Villa Aurora, VATMH (Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House) and LAXART present the exhibition “all the lonely people” at LAXART. The exhibition, curated by Berlin based Nana Bahlmann, examines the ancient figure of the hermit against the backdrop of the current pandemic. The show presents examples of loneliness, melancholy, and longing, as well as physical and mental withdrawal. Some of the works by former Villa Aurora fellows and Los Angelesbased artists, have been created during periods of personal isolation, others have been newly conceived for the exhibition. Before L.A., "all the lonely people" was shown in Berlin at silent green in autumn 2021.
The selected works explore the motif of the hermit through photography, video, sculpture, sound, and installations: Vajiko Chachkhiani's video Life Track presents an impressive image of a physically and mentally isolated man whose loneliness takes place in the midst of our society, yet remains invisible.

The exhibition is accompanied by a supporting program of films, readings, talks, performances.More information to follow link :
https://laxart.org/all-the-lonely-people

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Image: Vajiko Chachkhiani, "Life Track (still)", 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Daniel Marzona, Berlin.

Today until January 22, 2022

"all the lonely people"
group exhibition at LAXART, Los Angeles, California, USA
featuring the video "Life Track" (2014) by VAJIKO CHACHKHIANI

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Villa Aurora, VATMH (Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House) and LAXART present the exhibition “all the lonely people” at LAXART. The exhibition, curated by Berlin based Nana Bahlmann, examines the ancient figure of the hermit against the backdrop of the current pandemic. The show presents examples of loneliness, melancholy, and longing, as well as physical and mental withdrawal. Some of the works by former Villa Aurora fellows and Los Angelesbased artists, have been created during periods of personal isolation, others have been newly conceived for the exhibition. Before L.A., "all the lonely people" was shown in Berlin at silent green in autumn 2021.
The selected works explore the motif of the hermit through photography, video, sculpture, sound, and installations: Vajiko Chachkhiani's video Life Track presents an impressive image of a physically and mentally isolated man whose loneliness takes place in the midst of our society, yet remains invisible.

The exhibition is accompanied by a supporting program of films, readings, talks, performances.More information to follow link :
https://laxart.org/all-the-lonely-people

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Image: Vajiko Chachkhiani, "Life Track (still)", 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Daniel Marzona, Berlin.

Mischa Kuball: ReferenzRäumesolo exhibition at Museum Morsbroich, LeverkusenDecember 5, 2021 – April 24, 2022Opening Sun...
03/12/2021

Mischa Kuball: ReferenzRäume

solo exhibition at Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen

December 5, 2021 – April 24, 2022
Opening Sunday, December 5, 2 p.m.

The exhibition and publication project ReferenzRäume offers, for the first time, a retrospective cross-section of Mischa Kuball's work over the past three decades. A series of fascinating and conceptually adept light installations is complemented by the presentation of elementary projects for public spaces. The exhibition further includes works that deal with the fundamentals of modernism, as well as the large multimedia work New Pott, in which the artist tells of the people living in today's migration-marked Ruhr area.

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Image: Mischa Kuball, making of Mnemosyne (after Aby Warburg), 2021, 2 Kanal Videoinstallation, Projektion 16:9, Farbe, Ed. 1/3, Simulation Archiv Mischa Kuball, Installationsansicht Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg 2021 © Archiv Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021. Foto: Marek Kruszewski, Wolfsburg.

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Mischa Kuball: ReferenzRäume

solo exhibition at Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen

December 5, 2021 – April 24, 2022
Opening Sunday, December 5, 2 p.m.

The exhibition and publication project ReferenzRäume offers, for the first time, a retrospective cross-section of Mischa Kuball's work over the past three decades. A series of fascinating and conceptually adept light installations is complemented by the presentation of elementary projects for public spaces. The exhibition further includes works that deal with the fundamentals of modernism, as well as the large multimedia work New Pott, in which the artist tells of the people living in today's migration-marked Ruhr area.

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Image: Mischa Kuball, making of Mnemosyne (after Aby Warburg), 2021, 2 Kanal Videoinstallation, Projektion 16:9, Farbe, Ed. 1/3, Simulation Archiv Mischa Kuball, Installationsansicht Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg 2021 © Archiv Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021. Foto: Marek Kruszewski, Wolfsburg.

#mischakuball #museummorsbrioch #danielmarzona #installation #installationart #contemporaryart #lightart #publicart #instaart #artdaily

Tonight in Bochum!res•o•nant_diskurs on the occasion of the exhibition History Matters / Konstellation Benjamin6:30 pmAr...
02/12/2021

Tonight in Bochum!

res•o•nant_diskurs
on the occasion of the exhibition History Matters / Konstellation Benjamin
6:30 pm
Art collections of Ruhr University Bochum and online.

The exhibition History Matters / Constellation Benjamin in the Art collections of Ruhr University Bochum asks about the possibilities of a photographic representation of history. With knowledge of Benjamin's art and media theories, photographer Arno Gisinger reflects on how the history of his exile can be represented today in the interplay of text and image.

The event res•o•nant_diskurs on 2 December at 6:30 pm in the RUB Art Collections expands the discussion to include current issues of memory culture. Mischa Kuball and the exhibition director of the Jewish Museum Berlin, Dr. Georg Lersch, will provide insights into the exhibition project res•o•nant at the Jewish Museum Berlin. Arno Gisinger will report on his photo-historical work. A subsequent panel discussion (moderator: Dr. Friederike Wappler) interweaves the questions associated with both projects, connects them to current discourses and thus creates space for new resonances.

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Image: Mischa Kuball, resonant_diskurs, 2021. Courtesy of Archiv Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021.

Tonight in Bochum!

res•o•nant_diskurs
on the occasion of the exhibition History Matters / Konstellation Benjamin
6:30 pm
Art collections of Ruhr University Bochum and online.

The exhibition History Matters / Constellation Benjamin in the Art collections of Ruhr University Bochum asks about the possibilities of a photographic representation of history. With knowledge of Benjamin's art and media theories, photographer Arno Gisinger reflects on how the history of his exile can be represented today in the interplay of text and image.

The event res•o•nant_diskurs on 2 December at 6:30 pm in the RUB Art Collections expands the discussion to include current issues of memory culture. Mischa Kuball and the exhibition director of the Jewish Museum Berlin, Dr. Georg Lersch, will provide insights into the exhibition project res•o•nant at the Jewish Museum Berlin. Arno Gisinger will report on his photo-historical work. A subsequent panel discussion (moderator: Dr. Friederike Wappler) interweaves the questions associated with both projects, connects them to current discourses and thus creates space for new resonances.

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Image: Mischa Kuball, resonant_diskurs, 2021. Courtesy of Archiv Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021.

Currently on view at the galleryBernd LohausOctober 30 – December 22, 2021Lohaus’ collages possess a similar dynamic as ...
01/12/2021

Currently on view at the gallery

Bernd Lohaus

October 30 – December 22, 2021

Lohaus’ collages possess a similar dynamic as his sculptural works. Their formal reductiveness can clash with expressive language (e.g. NEIN and JA), and provoke an interplay of high emotion and humble materials applied unpretentiously. The words, despite their clear respective meanings, remain obscure, and only hint at connections with one another. The feeling of suspense is heightened by the artist’s modest use of tape and crayon. Markings are intentionally placed and yet resemble traces from a conversation. This transformative quality is present in all of Lohaus’ works, making his oeuvre singular in its subliminal expressiveness.

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Images: Bernd Lohaus, Installation view at Daniel Marzona, Berlin, 2021. Courtesy of the estate of Bernd Lohaus and Daniel Marzona, Berlin. Photography by Nick Ash.

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Tonight at Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl!THE SPACE OF UNKNOWINGA constellation of bodies, space, sculpture and sound ...
27/11/2021

Tonight at Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl!

THE SPACE OF UNKNOWING

A constellation of bodies, space, sculpture and sound by Søren Siebel feat. Bas Grossfeldt – in relation to Mischa Kuball's light installation (BLACKOUT).

On 27 November 2021 at 7 pm, THE SPACE OF UNKNOWING, the latest performance and sound installation by Søren Siebel feat. Bas Grossfeldt, will make a guest appearance as a constellation of bodies, space, sculpture and sound in relation to Mischa Kuball's light installation (BLACKOUT) at the Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl. In it, the artist Søren Siebel and his alter ego Bas Grossfeldt create an atmospheric space of experience that is always new and different and thus also questions one's own or collectively created identities.

In Marl, the artist and his performers place the work in direct relation to Mischa Kuball's light installation (BLACKOUT) and the spatial context of the glass box and focus on the definition of spaces through movement and sound.

Mischa Kuball's (BLACKOUT) is on view at Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl through January 9, 2022.

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Images: Mischa Kuball, (BLACKOUT), 2021, Installation view at Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten, Marl. © Archiv Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021. Foto: Ralf Deinl.

#mischakuball #danielmarzona #skulpturenmuseumglaskastenmarl #installation #lightinstallation #art #contemporaryart #performanceart #instaart #artdaily

Opening todayEVROVIZION. Crossing Stories and SpacesNovember 26, 2021 – February 28, 2022group exhibition at Museum of C...
26/11/2021

Opening today

EVROVIZION. Crossing Stories and Spaces
November 26, 2021 – February 28, 2022

group exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia

with work by VAJIKO CHACHKHIANI

The co-creative exhibition project EVROVIZION. CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES explores the current and social and political climate in Europe and the idea of a European identity. The focus is on less visible and marginalised geopolitical and cultural spaces, in particular in southeast and eastern Europe. These are so-called semi-peripheries and places of diversity that often play only a minor role in many international theoretical discourses and exhibition practices.

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Image: Vajiko Chachkhiani, Glass Bones, video installation; Shivering Heart, film, 10'; wooden barn, 240 cm x 370 cm x 300cm, Tbilis/GE, 2018. © Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Daniel Marzona, Berlin.

#vajikochachkhiani #danielmarzona #ifa #videoart #installation #installationart #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #instaart #artdaily #museumofcontemporaryartvoyvodina

Opening today

EVROVIZION. Crossing Stories and Spaces
November 26, 2021 – February 28, 2022

group exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia

with work by VAJIKO CHACHKHIANI

The co-creative exhibition project EVROVIZION. CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES explores the current and social and political climate in Europe and the idea of a European identity. The focus is on less visible and marginalised geopolitical and cultural spaces, in particular in southeast and eastern Europe. These are so-called semi-peripheries and places of diversity that often play only a minor role in many international theoretical discourses and exhibition practices.

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Image: Vajiko Chachkhiani, Glass Bones, video installation; Shivering Heart, film, 10'; wooden barn, 240 cm x 370 cm x 300cm, Tbilis/GE, 2018. © Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Daniel Marzona, Berlin.

#vajikochachkhiani #danielmarzona #ifa #videoart #installation #installationart #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #instaart #artdaily #museumofcontemporaryartvoyvodina

On the occasion of Magnus Plessen's solo exhibition "Hope Love Helium" at White Cube Mason's Yard, London, author Paul C...
25/11/2021
Magnus Plessen: Artist Interview of the Month December 2021

On the occasion of Magnus Plessen's solo exhibition "Hope Love Helium" at White Cube Mason's Yard, London, author Paul Carey Kent sat down with Plessen for an interview. Read it here:

The German painter Magnus Plessen tends to paint in thematic groups: in 2016, he showed his ‘1914-1918’ series in London

Today is Preview Day! Visit our joint booth with @sexauer_gallery at Hall 11.2, A 31! We are presenting works by Mischa ...
17/11/2021

Today is Preview Day! Visit our joint booth with @sexauer_gallery at Hall 11.2, A 31! We are presenting works by Mischa Kuball and Caroline Kryzecki

Art Cologne is open through Sunday. We look forward to seeing you!

#artcologne #artfair #mischakuball #carolinekryzecki #danielmarzona #sexauer #art #contemporaryart #artdaily #instaart

Closing this weekend!"Pflanzenwerk", a solo exhibition by OLAF HOLZAPFEL at Bündner Kunstmuseum Chur, Switzerlandon view...
13/11/2021

Closing this weekend!

"Pflanzenwerk", a solo exhibition by OLAF HOLZAPFEL at Bündner Kunstmuseum Chur, Switzerland

on view through November 14, 2021

Olaf Holzapfel (*1967, D) grows up in the GDR and as refugee comes to the Federal Republic via Austria and Hungary in the spring of 1989. After extensive travels and a period of study in Dresden he finally settles in Berlin. Boundaries and transitions also generate the motifs of his images and installations. Holzapfel considers the living spaces of today as flowing. The installation Pflanzenwerk (2021), which he is creating at the Art Museum Graubünden, comes across as permeable, light and figurative despite its monumentality. For his first institutional exhibition in Switzerland he is building a timber structure with wooden beams, which forms the framework for a curved wall made from thousands of reed stalks. As a result the smell and feel of the wickerwork as well as the frame structure reflect that sweet grass and wood are essential materials of nature. For generations they have shaped our architecture and landscape. In the recollection of rural traditions he highlights their relevance and shows how renewable raw materials are ecologically in the focus of social change.

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Image: Olaf Holzapfel, "Pflanzenwerk", Installation view at Bündner Kunstmuseum Chur, 2021.

Closing this weekend!

"Pflanzenwerk", a solo exhibition by OLAF HOLZAPFEL at Bündner Kunstmuseum Chur, Switzerland

on view through November 14, 2021

Olaf Holzapfel (*1967, D) grows up in the GDR and as refugee comes to the Federal Republic via Austria and Hungary in the spring of 1989. After extensive travels and a period of study in Dresden he finally settles in Berlin. Boundaries and transitions also generate the motifs of his images and installations. Holzapfel considers the living spaces of today as flowing. The installation Pflanzenwerk (2021), which he is creating at the Art Museum Graubünden, comes across as permeable, light and figurative despite its monumentality. For his first institutional exhibition in Switzerland he is building a timber structure with wooden beams, which forms the framework for a curved wall made from thousands of reed stalks. As a result the smell and feel of the wickerwork as well as the frame structure reflect that sweet grass and wood are essential materials of nature. For generations they have shaped our architecture and landscape. In the recollection of rural traditions he highlights their relevance and shows how renewable raw materials are ecologically in the focus of social change.

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Image: Olaf Holzapfel, "Pflanzenwerk", Installation view at Bündner Kunstmuseum Chur, 2021.

Opening today in Paraguay!"La escucha y los vientos. Testimonios de la presencia"group show featuring work by OLAF HOLZA...
12/11/2021

Opening today in Paraguay!

"La escucha y los vientos. Testimonios de la presencia"
group show featuring work by OLAF HOLZAPFEL

Opening today, November 12, 6.30 – 8.30 p.m.

at Fundación Migliorisi, Grabadores del Kabichu'i, Asunción, Paraguay

Opening today in Berlin at Galerie M+R Fricke"COSE NATURALI das Wesen der Dinge/the nature of things"group show featurin...
12/11/2021

Opening today in Berlin at Galerie M+R Fricke

"COSE NATURALI das Wesen der Dinge/the nature of things"

group show featuring works by John Beech and Sofia Hultén

November 12 – December 23, 2021

Galerie M+R Fricke
Beusselstr. 66
10553 Berlin Moabit

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Images: John Beech, Dumpster Drawing Silver. Niagara Falls, 2005. Enamel on black and white photograph. 126 x 214,5 cm. Sofia Hultén, The Nature of Things is in the Habit of Concealing Itself II, 2017.

#art #contemporaryart #exhibition #johnbeech #sofiahulten #artinberlin #groupshow

Less than a week until Art Cologne 2021!Visit us from November 17 - 21 at our joint booth together with @sexauer_gallery...
11/11/2021

Less than a week until Art Cologne 2021!
Visit us from November 17 - 21 at our joint booth together with @sexauer_gallery showing works by Mischa Kuball and Caroline Kryzecki

Hall 11.2 - booth A.031

@mischakuball @caroline_kryzecki

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Images: Mischa Kuball, chic lights / burning down da house, aluminium lightbox, dimmer, 219 x 180 x 14,7 cm, 2020. (c) Archive Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021. Caroline Kryzecki, BB190/150–06, 2021, gouache on paper, ca. 200 x 165 cm, framed.

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