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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We are delighted to announce Mischa KuballReferenzRäumesolo exhibition at Kunstmuseum WolfsburgMay 8, 2021 – September 1...
06/05/2021

We are delighted to announce

Mischa Kuball
ReferenzRäume

solo exhibition at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

May 8, 2021 – September 19, 2021

In an era increasingly permeated by so-called “alternative facts” in both the private and political spheres, the artist Mischa Kuball (*1959) poses central questions of meaning. He reveals social modes of action and political discourses, which, through his works, are simultaneously subjected to revision. To this end, he collated, for example, the office lighting of a high-rise building at night to form light patterns that question everyday energy consumption in the nocturnal skyline, or let a paper-thin rescue blanket be blown by the wind through streets or landscapes, the lightness and fragility of which is reminiscent of the instability and finiteness of human life. The exhibition ReferenzRäume (transl. reference spaces) has a retrospective character and presents for the first time a cross-section of Kuball’s work of the last three decades, including large-scale installations, photographs, video projections, documentations, etc. from the work complex public preposition.

Kuball sees himself as a conceptual artist working in various media and spaces. The exhibition presents his fundamental ideas with a selection of succinct works. A series of large and fascinating installations thus combine the use of light with a reflection on social, political, and scientific issues. Works created especially for Wolfsburg or placed in a new context enhance the exhibition with current socio-political references. The architecture and the immediate surroundings of the museum buildings will also be incorporated into the exhibition.

The exhibition and publication project Mischa Kuball. ReferenzRäume initiated by the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, is being prepared in close collaboration with the artist and realized in cooperation with the Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen, where the exhibition will subsequently be on view from November 15, 2021 to March 6, 2022.

The accompanying German-English publication (edited by Andreas Beitin, Holger Broeker, and Fritz Emslander) will be the first comprehensive compendium of Mischa Kuball’s work since 2007. An image section designed by the artist opens up connections between the works and gives the publication the character of an artist’s book. The texts by Lilian Haberer, Daniel Horn, Christina Irrgang, and Marcus Steinweg offer a profound examination of central aspects and themes in the work of Mischa Kuball.

The exhibition and publication project Mischa Kuball. ReferenzRäume is generously supported by the Stiftung Kunstfonds and the Kunststiftung NRW.

For further info visit www.kunstmuseum.de

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Image: Mischa Kuball, five planets, 2015. Installationsansicht Museum der Moderne Salzburg, 2019. © Archiv Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021. Foto: Museum der Moderne Salzburg / Tina Teufel

We are delighted to announce

Mischa Kuball
ReferenzRäume

solo exhibition at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

May 8, 2021 – September 19, 2021

In an era increasingly permeated by so-called “alternative facts” in both the private and political spheres, the artist Mischa Kuball (*1959) poses central questions of meaning. He reveals social modes of action and political discourses, which, through his works, are simultaneously subjected to revision. To this end, he collated, for example, the office lighting of a high-rise building at night to form light patterns that question everyday energy consumption in the nocturnal skyline, or let a paper-thin rescue blanket be blown by the wind through streets or landscapes, the lightness and fragility of which is reminiscent of the instability and finiteness of human life. The exhibition ReferenzRäume (transl. reference spaces) has a retrospective character and presents for the first time a cross-section of Kuball’s work of the last three decades, including large-scale installations, photographs, video projections, documentations, etc. from the work complex public preposition.

Kuball sees himself as a conceptual artist working in various media and spaces. The exhibition presents his fundamental ideas with a selection of succinct works. A series of large and fascinating installations thus combine the use of light with a reflection on social, political, and scientific issues. Works created especially for Wolfsburg or placed in a new context enhance the exhibition with current socio-political references. The architecture and the immediate surroundings of the museum buildings will also be incorporated into the exhibition.

The exhibition and publication project Mischa Kuball. ReferenzRäume initiated by the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, is being prepared in close collaboration with the artist and realized in cooperation with the Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen, where the exhibition will subsequently be on view from November 15, 2021 to March 6, 2022.

The accompanying German-English publication (edited by Andreas Beitin, Holger Broeker, and Fritz Emslander) will be the first comprehensive compendium of Mischa Kuball’s work since 2007. An image section designed by the artist opens up connections between the works and gives the publication the character of an artist’s book. The texts by Lilian Haberer, Daniel Horn, Christina Irrgang, and Marcus Steinweg offer a profound examination of central aspects and themes in the work of Mischa Kuball.

The exhibition and publication project Mischa Kuball. ReferenzRäume is generously supported by the Stiftung Kunstfonds and the Kunststiftung NRW.

For further info visit www.kunstmuseum.de

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Image: Mischa Kuball, five planets, 2015. Installationsansicht Museum der Moderne Salzburg, 2019. © Archiv Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021. Foto: Museum der Moderne Salzburg / Tina Teufel

05/05/2021

Catch a glimpse of Sofia Hultén’s solo show ”Super Call Me Fragile Ego” and some of her fascinating thoughts behind it!

The exhibition is on view through June 12, 2021 and can be visited by appointment with a same-day negative Covid-19 test result.

The video was produced by @bureaun on the occasion of this year’s @galleryweekendberlin.

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Thank you for joining us on the opening weekend of Sofia Hultén's "Super Call Me Fragile Ego"The exhibition is on view t...
05/05/2021

Thank you for joining us on the opening weekend of Sofia Hultén's "Super Call Me Fragile Ego"

The exhibition is on view through June 12 and can be visited by appointment with a same-day negative Covid-19 test result.

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Images: Sofia Hultén, Super Call Me Fragile Ego, Installation views at Daniel Marzona, Berlin, 2021. Photos: Nick Ash

Opening tomorrow Schörfling am Attersee, AustriaFERDINAND PENKERsolo exhibition at Galerie Petra SeiserApril 30  – May 2...
29/04/2021

Opening tomorrow Schörfling am Attersee, Austria

FERDINAND PENKER

solo exhibition at Galerie Petra Seiser

April 30 – May 25, 2021

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Image: Ferdinand Penker, Die Identität des Vorhandenen, 1993.

Opening tomorrow Schörfling am Attersee, Austria

FERDINAND PENKER

solo exhibition at Galerie Petra Seiser

April 30 – May 25, 2021

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Image: Ferdinand Penker, Die Identität des Vorhandenen, 1993.

MISCHA KUBALL'S "Dys(u)topia" is part of this year's Klanglicht in Graz, AustriaApril 29 – May 2, 2021Since 2015, Klangl...
28/04/2021

MISCHA KUBALL'S "Dys(u)topia" is part of this year's Klanglicht in Graz, Austria

April 29 – May 2, 2021

Since 2015, Klanglicht, organised by the theatres and stages of Graz, has transformed the city into a capital of art, music, colours and light.

Check klanglicht.buehnen-graz.com for a guide and further information

Mischa Kuball has been working on public projects like "res-o-nant", "Five Planets" and "DYS(U)TOPIA" since 2019, exploring light and architectural spaces, creating a silent communication between the artist, the work, the viewer, and the space. The ability of light to pe*****te material is what intrigues the artist, inspiring his practice in which he explores this form and formlessness of light in connection to things, people and spaces.

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Image: Mischa Kuball, public preposition/ DYS(U)TOPIA non_lieux – four, five (Non-) sites in Marl, 2017, Urban Lights Ruhr / Urbane Künste Ruhr, Bochum/DE
Image Credit: © videos/photos Archive Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf/VG BildKunst 2021.

MISCHA KUBALL'S "Dys(u)topia" is part of this year's Klanglicht in Graz, Austria

April 29 – May 2, 2021

Since 2015, Klanglicht, organised by the theatres and stages of Graz, has transformed the city into a capital of art, music, colours and light.

Check klanglicht.buehnen-graz.com for a guide and further information

Mischa Kuball has been working on public projects like "res-o-nant", "Five Planets" and "DYS(U)TOPIA" since 2019, exploring light and architectural spaces, creating a silent communication between the artist, the work, the viewer, and the space. The ability of light to pe*****te material is what intrigues the artist, inspiring his practice in which he explores this form and formlessness of light in connection to things, people and spaces.

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Image: Mischa Kuball, public preposition/ DYS(U)TOPIA non_lieux – four, five (Non-) sites in Marl, 2017, Urban Lights Ruhr / Urbane Künste Ruhr, Bochum/DE
Image Credit: © videos/photos Archive Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf/VG BildKunst 2021.

Closing soon"Crossing Borders. Sammeln für die Zukunft" at Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresdenwith works by OLAF HOLZAPFELOn vi...
26/04/2021

Closing soon
"Crossing Borders. Sammeln für die Zukunft" at Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden

with works by OLAF HOLZAPFEL

On view through May 31, 2021

for digital exhibition tours visit https://kupferstich-kabinett.skd.museum/

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Image: Olaf Holzapfel, Unbestechliche Archive (2007), Horizont (2006), Installation view at Kupferstich-Kabinett, Dresden, 2021.

Closing soon
"Crossing Borders. Sammeln für die Zukunft" at Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden

with works by OLAF HOLZAPFEL

On view through May 31, 2021

for digital exhibition tours visit https://kupferstich-kabinett.skd.museum/

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Image: Olaf Holzapfel, Unbestechliche Archive (2007), Horizont (2006), Installation view at Kupferstich-Kabinett, Dresden, 2021.

We are beyond happy to announce the opening of our new exhibitionSOFIA HULTÉN: Super Call Me Fragile EgoApril 30 – June ...
23/04/2021

We are beyond happy to announce the opening of our new exhibition

SOFIA HULTÉN: Super Call Me Fragile Ego

April 30 – June 12, 2021

Soft opening on Friday, April 30, 3 – 8 p.m.

& open for special private viewings during Gallery Weekend Berlin April 28 – May 2, visit gallery-weekend-berlin.de for schedule

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Image: Sofia Hultén, "Super Call Me Fragile Ego", 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Daniel Marzona, Berlin.

We are beyond happy to announce the opening of our new exhibition

SOFIA HULTÉN: Super Call Me Fragile Ego

April 30 – June 12, 2021

Soft opening on Friday, April 30, 3 – 8 p.m.

& open for special private viewings during Gallery Weekend Berlin April 28 – May 2, visit gallery-weekend-berlin.de for schedule

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Image: Sofia Hultén, "Super Call Me Fragile Ego", 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Daniel Marzona, Berlin.

Just opened!STEPHEN ANTONAKOS: MARKING TIMEsolo exhibition at Citronne, Athens, GreeceApril 18 – June 19, 2021book a vis...
22/04/2021

Just opened!
STEPHEN ANTONAKOS: MARKING TIME

solo exhibition at Citronne, Athens, Greece

April 18 – June 19, 2021
book a visit at https://citronne.com/en/stephen-antonakos-marking-time/

"By now, the concept of SPACE in the work overall is well recognized; but the concept and dynamic of TIME, throughout, needs some attention.
In some of Antonakos’s early sculptures, sections were “timed” to go on and off in pre-set rhythms, but he soon realized that a viewer’s reception of the work already, naturally, involves time — visually, kinetically, and consciously — as she or he moves through the space of the art. A work inevitably looks different depending on the proportions of the site, various perspectives, the time of day or evening, etc. Antonakos felt the viewer’s experience of time to be as active and as definitive as the interactions with space.

With any group of the early Project Drawings you can see the speed of his ideas and the excitement of their ex*****on. Sometimes there is a intensely related series. Others have ideas that are unique to that sheet.

From the mid 1970s forward, the artist’s signature back-and-forth movement of the pencil stroke — “hatching” — is an active constant — whether defining forms or spatial areas. This movement may form small rectangles that accumulate to fill areas that split the difference between object and background. In other drawings, the units of hatching may fall vertically like rain or move around a circle, like an echo of its form. Patterns of accumulation, continuation, and definition activate space and identify forms both by presence and by absence. On the material space of each sheet, the graphite or colored pencil strokes are physically present units, marked and envisioned again and again, through time. The 1980 Berlin drawings establish and exemplify this; and the Spring Series, from the new millenium, almost turn it into music.

The early, definitive leap from representation to “real things in real spaces in the here and now” is clear as well in the torn and collaged silkscreens of the “Tears” suite and in the wood Reliefs that are the offspring of the Artist’s Book ALPHAVITOS. The whiteness and density of their complete and incomplete geometries assert a potent presence. Everything relates, and all this culminates in the gentle particularities and silent evocations of the Neon Panels of 2009."

On March 19 we opened the exhibitionSARAH LOIBL & SOFIA SILVAin collaboration with Rolando AnselmiOn view through May 29...
11/04/2021

On March 19 we opened the exhibition
SARAH LOIBL & SOFIA SILVA

in collaboration with Rolando Anselmi

On view through May 29
at Winsstr. 72, 10405 Berlin

The show marks the second project in collaboration with Rolando Anselmi, with a two artists exhibition featuring works by Sarah Loibl (1987, Munich) and Sofia Silva (1990, Padua).
The show aims to create a dialogue between the two painters, comparing their personal understandings of the two-dimensional surface, which acquires a new vital freshness far from schemes and technicalities.

Sofia Silva approaches painting by challenging the pictorial impulses that lead to representation, according to a process of continuous deconstruction of her own works. For the exhibition Silva presents a new series of paintings, Bitter Herbs, in which she expresses her need as a painter to reject the rules of current aesthetics, creating a parallel with the practice of abstinence from food and other needs of medieval women. For this new series the artist merges her pictorial practice with her interest in mysticism. Pursuing intuition, Sofia Silva’s experimentation aims to avoid the ghost of repetition or rhetoric.

In a similar way Sarah Loibl aims to keep her works open and resists the dictates of academic production emphasizing both, the making and the perceptive process of her works. In Loibl’s works presence and movement take a central role by the use of semi- transparent materials in which the perceptual logic is subverted. In her recent paintings questions about closeness or the openness of the painting’s surfaces gain prominence and are tied to quasi figurative depictions of faces. These ‚faces‘ sometimes dissolve into pure emanations of light and color – similar to phenomena we can discern when looking at a sky or seascape of certain paintings by Turner and others.

Both artists approach their works by understanding the pictorial medium as not limited to predefined schemes. Working within a space of cross-reference between painting, drawing and collage, they address the intimate and mundane sphere of everyday experience.

Don't miss it!

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Images: Sarah Loibl & Sofia Silva, Installation views at Rolando Anselmi, Berlin, 2021.

Last chance to see VAJIKO CHACHKHIANI'S "Winter which was not there" (2017) at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford Coll...
10/04/2021

Last chance to see VAJIKO CHACHKHIANI'S "Winter which was not there" (2017) at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College in Pennsylvania today!

Starting tomorrow it will be screening at Contemporary Calgary in Alberta, Canada, as part of "Notes for Tomorrow"

April 11 – August 15, 2021

visit contemporarycalgary.com/whats-on/notes-for-tomorrow for more infos

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Image: Vajiko Chachkhiani, "Winter which was not there" (still), 2017. Courtesy of the artist, Daniel Marzona, Berlin and SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo.

Last chance to see VAJIKO CHACHKHIANI'S "Winter which was not there" (2017) at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College in Pennsylvania today!

Starting tomorrow it will be screening at Contemporary Calgary in Alberta, Canada, as part of "Notes for Tomorrow"

April 11 – August 15, 2021

visit contemporarycalgary.com/whats-on/notes-for-tomorrow for more infos

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Image: Vajiko Chachkhiani, "Winter which was not there" (still), 2017. Courtesy of the artist, Daniel Marzona, Berlin and SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo.

On KawaraMAR. 6, 1967on view at the galley as part of "5 Weeks: On Time"
09/04/2021

On Kawara
MAR. 6, 1967

on view at the galley as part of "5 Weeks: On Time"

As part of our exhibition "5 Weeks: On Time" we had the pleasure to show Rodney Graham's work "Parsifal".Graham is a Can...
08/04/2021

As part of our exhibition "5 Weeks: On Time" we had the pleasure to show Rodney Graham's work "Parsifal".

Graham is a Canadian conceptual artist and musician who lives and works in Vancouver. His art appropriates material from a diverse range of literary and musical sources. In Reading Machine for Parsifal. One Signature and the other Parsifal works, Graham plays with themes that characterise much of his output: the question of authorship, repetition and looping, and the significance of the supplement or pendant.

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