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Galerie Tanja Wagner Ulf Aminde
Annabel Daou
Cathrin Hoffmann
Šejla Kamerić
Kapwani Kiwanga
Laurel Nakadate
Grit Richter
Angelika J. Trojnarski
Anna Witt

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🔺GTWArtist: We are thrilled to announce that ANNA WITT has been nominated for the Prize of the Böttcherstr 2022! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀...
18/05/2022

🔺GTWArtist: We are thrilled to announce that ANNA WITT has been nominated for the Prize of the Böttcherstr 2022!
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"The Prize of the Böttcherstraße in Bremen is among the leading and highest awards in the field of contemporary art in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The competition features 30,000 Euro in prize money for the winner and, in 2022, it is held for the 48th time in the Kunsthalle Bremen. A prominent jury determines the winner of the prize during the course of the exhibition.
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The Kunsthalle Bremen presents ten positions in contemporary art. The works can be seen in the Kunsthalle Bremen in an exhibition from 27 August to 30 October 2022."
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Don't miss Anna Witt's fantastic solo exhibition SOFT DESTRUCTIONS, currently on view at the gallery until Jun 04!
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ANNA WITT: Born 1981 in Wasserburg am Inn/Germany Lives and works in Vienna
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📚 This week we'd like to share with you some publications we recently received featuring our artists. 📚⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀The 2nd ...
13/05/2022

📚 This week we'd like to share with you some publications we recently received featuring our artists. 📚
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The 2nd one is: DISSONANCE. Platform Germany - edited by Mark Gisbourne and Christoph Tannert
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Featuring works by GRIT RICHTER
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"The editors of Dissonance – Platform Germany present eighty-one of the most significant painters living and working in Germany in the past two decades. They have the courage of strong opinions, turn the spotlight on unsuspected treasures, and tease out the unexpected value in aesthetically thrilling achievements of programmatic pluralism. A vital survey of one of the most exciting chapters in the more recent history of art in Germany." Künstlerhaus bethanien
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📚 This week we'd like to share with you some publications we recently received featuring our artists. 📚⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Starting...
12/05/2022

📚 This week we'd like to share with you some publications we recently received featuring our artists. 📚
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Starting with the exhibition catalogue Macht! Licht! - edited by Andreas Beitin which includes works by ŠEJLA KAMERIĆ and KAPWANI KIWANGA. The publication was made on the occasion of the exhibition Macht! Licht!, at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.
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It features a selection of internationally renowned positions of light art that focus on political, social, ecological, or economic topics.
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"Artificial light sources are an essential prerequisite of modern global life. On the one hand, artificial light makes cultural events possible, offers social space and protection, can showcase people, objects, or consumer articles and thus lend them meaning. On the other hand, power is exercised with the targeted use of electric light: It can be used to monitor, manipulate, exclude, or even destroy." Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.
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ŠEJLA KAMERIĆ's work Refugees Welcome is part of the exhibition, on view until July 10, 2022.
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⬛️ GTW Exhibitions: We are excited to announce Anna Witt's solo exhibition, Soft Destructions, conceived specially for G...
25/04/2022

⬛️ GTW Exhibitions:
We are excited to announce Anna Witt's solo exhibition, Soft Destructions, conceived specially for Gallery Weekend 2022. A site-specific installation is set to become the stage for a series of live performances by professional ASMR artists.
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The term ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) refers to a physical reaction comprised of a pleasant tingling sensation which many people find soothing. It became popular in social media, eventually developing into a community phenomenon in 2010, primarily on YouTube. Mutual care and emotional closeness are the cornerstones of this community, as users share and watch videos to help relieve stress, anxiety, or sleeping disorders.
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The live sound-performances will focus on the auditory and sensory effects of gentle, destructive actions towards objects spread within the gallery. Visitors will get a chance to experience the closeness and uniquely intimate atmosphere specific to ASMR. Wearing headphones, the reverberating sounds of cracking or scraping will be amplified for visitors, while video streams expose the actions in greater detail.
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GALLERY WEEKEND: April 29 – May 01, 2022
Opening: Friday 6pm - 9pm
Special opening hours during Gallery Weekend: Saturday & Sunday: 11 - 7 pm
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Kapwani Kiwanga @labiennale in Venice - what a great project to work on the past months! We did it! 💙💛💜🖤#galerietanjawag...
20/04/2022

Kapwani Kiwanga @labiennale in Venice - what a great project to work on the past months! We did it! 💙💛💜🖤

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🔺GTW Artists: We would like to extend a warm welcome to Anna Steinert, who is joining our family at Galerie Tanja Wagner...
14/04/2022

🔺GTW Artists: We would like to extend a warm welcome to Anna Steinert, who is joining our family at Galerie Tanja Wagner!
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Anna Steinert’s works, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and video, are inherently vibrant thanks to her characteristically broad color spectrum. Scribbling saturated colors onto her canvas with oil stick, she forms singular entities that together build a perceptive landscape that, in a further step, dissolves into a collective feeling. Her brash application of color is done in a physically vigorous act of disturbance, yet her paintings evoke an expressional beauty that is visually comforting. Steinert draws on a vast library of visual, literary, and theoretical influences, which she explores through a feminist lens. Her abstract, gestural paintings condense situational complexities and serve as a starting point for the reconstruction of significant political, societal, and personal moments. Her practice is a form of resistance against patriarchal conditions and aims to expand the visibility of themes, such as female communities, ecology, and dissimilar forms of sourcing energy.
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We have prepared a small selection of her works for you to explore and enjoy, for more information please visit our Viewing Room (link in bio).
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Anna Steinert
Call for feminist territory I, 2022
Oil, oil sticks on canvas
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⬛️ GTWExhibitions: CAROLINE GARCIA's' work Force of a .22 Caliber Bullet is part of our group exhibition “Empathic Devic...
08/04/2022

⬛️ GTWExhibitions: CAROLINE GARCIA's' work Force of a .22 Caliber Bullet is part of our group exhibition “Empathic Device – It's Hard to Get Enough of Something That Almost Works“, on view until Apr 14.
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In her video work Force of a .22 Caliber Bullet (2020) New York-based artist Caroline Garcia experimentally mediates grief, violence, and resistance through a postcolonial perspective. Filmed on a body camera, typically used by law enforcement, Garcia performs a series of endurance exercises with a boxing training apparatus attached to her head. Framing the violence of her actions, Garcia intervenes a guided meditation through a voice echo of a soundscape of indigenous Filipino instruments and alleviates the aggression her movements and the law enforcement camera suggest.
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⬛️ GTWExhibitions: Today ŠEJLA KAMERIĆ's show BURN BY STAYING COOL will open at Kunsthaus Dresden. The exhibition is on ...
05/04/2022

⬛️ GTWExhibitions: Today ŠEJLA KAMERIĆ's show BURN BY STAYING COOL will open at Kunsthaus Dresden. The exhibition is on view until May 29, 2022.
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⬛️ GTWExhibitions: TRA MY NGYUEN' works I'd blush If I could and Bodies #2, #3 are part of our group exhibition “Empathi...
04/04/2022

⬛️ GTWExhibitions: TRA MY NGYUEN' works I'd blush If I could and Bodies #2, #3 are part of our group exhibition “Empathic Device – It's Hard to Get Enough of Something That Almost Works“, on view until Apr 14.
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I’d blush If I could focuses on the gendering and orientalising of machines from an Asian diasporic perspective and on the social discrepancies that arise from cyborgian future speculation. Nguyen’s cyborg assemblages shield immaterial bodies, and thereby critically scrutinize the concealment of exploited bodies in the labor force which are being automated away by machines.
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2. Bodies #2, 2019
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⬛️ GTWExhibitions: Thank you @berlinartinstitute for visiting us with a group of students and residents!☄️⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Empat...
01/04/2022

⬛️ GTWExhibitions: Thank you @berlinartinstitute for visiting us with a group of students and residents!☄️
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Empathic Device — It's Hard to Get Enough of Something That Almost Works is on view until Apr 14.

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⬛️ GTWExhibitions: ELISA GIARDINA PAPA's video installation Technologies of Care is shown in our current group exhibitio...
01/04/2022

⬛️ GTWExhibitions: ELISA GIARDINA PAPA's video installation Technologies of Care is shown in our current group exhibitiom Empathic Device – It's Hard to Get Enough of Something That Almost Works, on view until Apr 14, 2022.
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Technologies of Care (2016/2022) by New York- and Sicily-based artist Elisa Giardina Papa documents new ways in which service and affective labor are being outsourced via internet platforms, exploring topics such as precarity and immaterial labor. The video installation visualizes the invisible workforce of online caregivers who work as anonymous, domestic freelancers, connected via third-party companies to customers around the globe. Through a variety of websites and apps, they provide clients with customized goods and experiences, erotic stimulation, companionship, and emotional support.
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⚫️ GTWBeyond: We're excited to share with you KAPWANI KIWANGA's participation in the group exhibition “Color as program“...
30/03/2022

⚫️ GTWBeyond: We're excited to share with you KAPWANI KIWANGA's participation in the group exhibition “Color as program“ at Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, Apr 08 – Aug 07, 2022.
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“The exhibition deals with the theme of color as a programmatic tool. It brings together works and objects from the realms of art and cultural history spanning more than a hundred years. With the advent of Modernism, color itself became an autonomous medium of art and design. As a result, the use of color as a material has changed dramatically. In the wake of the fastpaced development of digital technologies in recent years, our perception of color and our understanding of the role of art have been shaped by increasingly intense chromatic experiences. The powerful impact of color touches all disciplines, not only aesthetically, but also politically and economically. By the same token, its commercial use in Capitalist societies has increased exponentially.
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This weekend, visit exhibition openings and events at Ashley Berlin, Hua International, Times Art Center Berlin, Akademie der Künste, Galerie Tanja Wagner and other spaces in Berlin:
[NEUMARKT] An exciting selection of international cutting edge galleries under 10 years old - that's the NEUMARKT section at ART COLOGNE 2021. Happy to welcome the following fifteen galleries who are looking forward to seeing you from 17 - 21 November 2021 at Koelnmesse: Addis Fine Art | Nir Altman | Arcadia Missa | Drei | Dürst Britt & Mayhew | Efremidis | Natalia Hug Gallery | Jan Kaps | LC Queisser | Max Mayer | Galerie Tobias Naehring | Project Artbeat | Deborah Schamoni | Sperling | Galerie Tanja Wagner The Hague based gallery Dürst Britt + Mayhew will show work by David Roth whose artistic practice forms a long-term research into the origins, processes and manifestations of painting. The process of making and the element of chance involved are as important to notice to him as is the final visual outcome. A so called end product such as a painted canvas and side products -e.g. a palette or a piece of cloth to clean brushes- bear the same value. Hence, every surface with marks the history of the process may turn up in his works. Make sure to buy your ticket online via www.artcologne.com as there is no tickets booth on site this year. Image: work by David Roth (1985) of 2019. Photo: GJ van Rooij
Some of my favourite booths at Frieze London from this year's edition of Frieze Art Fair 🎪 1. Nora Turato at Galerie Gregor Staiger 2. Do Ho Suh at Lehmann Maupin 3. Erin O'Keefe at Seventeen 4. Cathrin Hoffmann at Galerie Tanja Wagner 5. Issy Wood at Carlos/Ishikawa 6. Mamma Andersson at David Zwirner For way more pictures & videos, check out my walkthrough of the fair on ArtRabbit's IG highlights 📲 What did you think of the art on display this year? 👇 . . . . #criview #frieze #friezeweek #friezelondon #friezeartfair #friezelondon2021 #regentspark #artisttowatch #artisttofollow #londonartscene #artfair #contemporaryart #artsharer #contemporaryartists #artoftheday #artnews #artsy #artsagram #artlover #artinfluencer #artblogger #artdirect #artland #infrontofart #noraturato #galeriegregorstaiger #dohosuh #lehmannmaupin #issywood #carlos_ishikawa
✨ Deutsche Bank Collection LIVE Meet Kapwani Kiwanga ✨(Online-Event) . Kapwani Kiwanga schafft durch das formale Vokabular der Minimal Art und Konzeptkunst neue Raum- und Seherfahrungen. . Die in Paris lebende, kanadische Künstlerin, beschäftigt sich in vielen ihrer Werke mit Machtstrukturen in der Architektur, wie die Gestaltung von Räumen bestimmt, was wir sehen und wie wir gesehen werden. . Kiwangas Werk wird weltweit präsentiert und ist vielfach ausgezeichnet: So war sie 2018 die erste Preisträgerin des Frieze Artist Award und erhielt 2020 den wichtigen Prix Marcel Duchamp. . Britta Färber, Chefkuratorin der Sammlung Deutsche Bank, spricht mit Kapwani Kiwanga über Farbe, Architektur und Macht, Sun Rae und den Afrofuturismus – und vieles mehr. . ➡️ Save the date 📌 6.10., 19 Uhr, online auf Zoom und YouTube. Weiter Infos auf unserer Website. . PS: Kapwani Kiwanga ist in unserer aktuellen Ausstellung „Ways of Seeing Abstraction“ zu sehen! 🤗 _____________________________ ✨ Deutsche Bank Collection LIVE Meet Kapwani Kiwanga ✨ (Online-Event) . Kapwani Kiwanga uses the formal vocabulary of minimal and conceptual art to develop new spatial and visual experiences. . In many of her works, the Paris-based Canadian artist explores power structures in architecture, how the design of spaces determines what we see and how we are seen. . Kiwanga’s work has been presented around the world and has won many awards. In 2018, for example, she was the first recipient of the Frieze Artist Award, and in 2020 she received the important Prix Marcel Duchamp. Britta Färber, Chief Curator of the Deutsche Bank Collection, talks with Kapwani Kiwanga about color, architecture, and power, about Sun Rae and Afrofuturism—and much more. . ➡️ Save the date 📌 October 6, 7pm, online on Zoom or YouTube. All infos on our webside. . PS: Kapwani Kiwanga is currently to be seen in our exhibition „Ways of Seeing Abstraction"! 🤗 _______________________________ #WaysOfSeeingAbstraction #DeutscheBankCollectionLive #PalaisPopulaire Galerie Tanja Wagner
Rachel Garrard - A Continuous Song for Several Voices Galerie Tanja Wagner präsentiert die erste Einzelausstellung von Rachel Garrard in Deutschland mit dem Titel A Continuous Song for Several... https://bit.ly/39bMa7M Galerie Tanja Wagner
💥 TERRASSEN-TALK | 30.8.2021, 18.30h in der Liebermann-Villa mit Tanja Wagner (Galeristin, Galerie Tanja Wagner ) und Janine Mackenroth (Künstlerin, Studio Janine Mackenroth). Kunst und Kultur gelten eigentlich als fortschrittlich. Dass dies zumindest in Bezug auf Geschlechtergerechtigkeit ein Mythos ist, zeigen die Fakten: Auf dem internationalen Auktionsmarkt erzielen Kunstwerke von Männern bis heute fast doppelt so hohe Preise wie jene von Frauen. Und das ist bloß ein Beispiel von vielen. Doch wie kommt es eigentlich, dass Werke in der Kunstgeschichte seit jeher systematisch ausgespart werden? Wen und warum vergisst der „Kanon“ – und wie kann man sich aktiv dagegen wehren? Über jene Thematik sprechen Tanja Wagner und Janine Mackenroth, moderiert wird das Gespräch von unserer Direktorin, Dr. Lucy Wasensteiner. Der Einlass ist ab 17 Uhr, der vorige Besuch unserer Sonderausstellung ist dann für Sie kostenfrei. Tickets (€10,00 p.P.) gibt’s online 👉 https://max.visitate.net/app/Shopping?mod=ShopContent&event=showCategory&ref=evt756515695&cat=0&cat3=1
Après une semaine, la visite virtuelle de l’exposition du Prix Marcel Duchamp (ADIAF) au Centre Pompidou à été découverte plus de 1500 fois. On a doublé le nombre de visiteurs en 3 jours. 🔥🦁 ••• kamel mennour (Kamel Mennour) x Goodman Gallery x Wentrup Gallery x La Patinoire Royale - galerie Valérie Bach Galerie Tanja Wagner x Galerie Jérôme Poggi x Galerie Michel Rein
Entre les cartels, bios, podcasts et les œuvres bien entendu, 15 minutes dans cette visite virtuelle vous donneront un aperçu complet de l'exposition du Prix Marcel Duchamp 2020. #Enjoy #ArtContemporain #CultureOuverte ••• Centre Pompidou ADIAF Goodman Gallery Galerie Tanja Wagner Galerie Jérôme Poggi Galerie Michel Rein Wentrup Gallery kamel mennour ••• https://thefarm.paris/visite-virtuelle-de-lexposition-du-prix-marcel-duchamp-2020-au-centre-pompidou-adiaf/
BERLIN-REVIEW: "The Future is Beautiful" in der Galerie Tanja Wagner vereint Post-Digital Pop mit abstrakter Malerei. Die Künstlerinnen Cathrin Hoffmann und Anna Steinert liefern einen kraftvollen, flüchtigen Lichtblick in düsteren Pandemie-Zeiten.
Some inspiration for the next few days! . . >>> UNBEHAUST WOHNEN. Konflikthafte Räume in Kunst – Architektur – Visueller Kultur Discursive Geometry – words & sounds At A Moment In Time. Jahresgaben 2020 Eyes On Me The Future is Beautiful Job Center. Aufgeladene Orte – Psychic Places
INTERVIEW: Lina Scheynius mag intime Aufnahmen. Doch nie hat sie sich so verletztlich gefühlt, wie mit den Fotos von ihrem Bett, die in der Galerie Tanja Wagner zu sehen sind. Mit uns spricht Lina über ihre "Bubble" und die Sehnsucht nach dem Geruch des Waldes.
[NEUMARKT] Angelika J. Trojnarski’s paintings contain a certain tension within themselves. Being highly interested in natural sciences, Polish artist Trojnarski reveals their inherent inconsistency – scientific knowledge believed to be true is all too frequently proven to be wrong and updated by new theories. While acknowledging the simultaneousness of facts and visions, her work represents the never-ending and accelerating cycle of growth and decay, progress and collapse, pursuit and failure. Hybrid creatures, entities and architectonic constructs are staged in exterior and interior spaces, raising the question whether they are emerging or bursting. Trojnarski seeks answers to the question of what gets us to strive, to grow and be creative in both art and science. The artist is represented by Berlin based Galerie Tanja Wagner and was selected for ART COLOGNE's NEUMARKT section. Image: Angelika J. Trojnarski (*1979), From Ephemeral to Eternal, 2020. Paper, bleach, spray paint, graphite, and oil on canvas, 170 x 190 cm. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Tanja Wagner.