Galerie Max Hetzler

Galerie Max Hetzler Galerie Max Hetzler is an internationally established gallery for contemporary art with locations in Berlin, Paris and London.
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Louise Bonnet was in conversation with Buffalo Earth and shared her insights on nudism and her distinctive characters of...
27/04/2020

Louise Bonnet was in conversation with Buffalo Earth and shared her insights on nudism and her distinctive characters of exaggerated, mind-bending bodily proportions.

You may read the interview here:

https://view.publitas.com/buffalo-zine/buffalo-earth-ss20/page/180-181

Image: Louise Bonnet, "Figure Seated on Stool", 2017
Photo: Lee Tyler Thompson

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In a recent interview with Georg Imdahl, art critic and professor at the University of Fine Arts Münster, Thomas Struth ...
26/04/2020
Fotokünstler Thomas Struth: Nehmen wir nun anders wahr?

In a recent interview with Georg Imdahl, art critic and professor at the University of Fine Arts Münster, Thomas Struth talked about his photographs of city streets and family portraits, and reflected on the significance of photography in today's context.

Read the interview in German here: https://www.faz.net/aktuell/feuilleton/kunst/fotograf-thomas-struth-im-gespraech-16709358.html?printPagedArticle=true#pageIndex_2

We also invite you to discover more works by Thomas Struth on our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/artists/thomas-struth/read-more-selected-works

#maxhetzler #thomasstruth #artintimesofcorona

Er fotografiert seit Jahrzehnten bevorzugt menschenleere Straßen und Plätze. Jetzt sind Fotos wie seine plötzlich allgegenwärtig: Ein Gespräch mit dem Fotokünstler Thomas Struth.

"While much has been said about Tursic & Mille's use of found images as the basis for their work, these do not constitut...
25/04/2020
Tursic & Mille :: Galerie Max Hetzler Publications

"While much has been said about Tursic & Mille's use of found images as the basis for their work, these do not constitute the actual content or subject matter for their work. Rather, the images are used as starting points and building blocks to create something else, a relentless interrogation of what painting is capable of in the 21st century." – Noëllie Roussel

Read more about the artists in their recently published monograph, which is available on our publications website. It includes texts by Noëllie Roussel, Bernard Marcadé and an interview by Alison M. Gingeras.

#maxhetzler #TursicMille

"Now that everything has shifted and almost reversed, what kind of art, what kind of projects are relevant? Poetry will ...
24/04/2020
Loris Gréaud Wonders, Whose Responsibility is it to Invent Reality? - Whitewall

"Now that everything has shifted and almost reversed, what kind of art, what kind of projects are relevant? Poetry will always be the best space of resistance. But with this new configuration, what is the art of tomorrow?"

Loris Gréaud sat down with journalist Katy Donoghue and shared his thoughts on the current crisis, reflecting also on the relevance of art in today's context.

Read the interview here: https://www.whitewall.art/art/loris-greaud-wonders-whose-responsibility-invent-reality

#maxhetzler #LorisGréaud #artintimesofcorona

Loris Gréaud’s artistic practice seems to have almost anticipated this moment in time. With museum, gallery, and exhibition spaces temporarily closed; people—including artists—required to stay home in isolation, one has to wonder: what kind of art is now relevant? The French artist creates wo...

22/04/2020

As of 22 April, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin will re-open to the public, resuming normal visiting hours, from Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 6 pm.

Our galleries in London and Paris will remain closed until further notice.

In the meantime, you can view all our current exhibitions via our website. https://www.maxhetzler.com/

19/04/2020
ARTIST TALK: JEREMY DEMESTER at Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin 2017

"To think about a tree is to think about ourselves."

On the occasion of his exhibition "Fire Walk With Me“ at our Berlin gallery in 2017, Jeremy Demester was in conversation with art historian Jean-Marie Gallais.

Click on the link below to learn about the drive behind the artist's work, including his insights on elementary motifs such as the tree and fire: https://youtu.be/P-CTuhTpUrg

Currently, a solo exhibition of the artist's work at our Berlin gallery is also on view on our website:
https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/jeremy-demester-ouidah-2020

#maxhetzler #JeremyDemester #artintimesofcorona

Jeremy Demester in conversation with Jean-Marie Gallais Goethestraße 2/3, Berlin 10 November 2017

18/04/2020
Tursic & Mille: Giorno Dopo Giorno, 2020

Artist duo Tursic & Mille poetically reflect about the current crisis in a video transitioning from deserted streets in Naples at night, to their studio, against a background of classical music and an Italian voice-over.

#maxhetzler #TursicMille #artintimesofcorona

Christopher Wool's painting "Untitled" from 2010 is currently on view on the website of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, as ...
18/04/2020

Christopher Wool's painting "Untitled" from 2010 is currently on view on the website of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, as part of the permanent collection of the Fondation.

"Often carried out in series, Wool’s paintings combine indicators of spontaneous creation and techniques common to mechanical reproduction, as in his two 'Untitled' paintings from 2010 and 2014, created using silk screen printing. Popularized in the world of art in the 1960s by Andy Warhol, this semi-industrial reproduction technique generates pictorial qualities through its imperfections and coarseness. Using mise en abyme to compose paintings from silkscreen reproductions of his own abstract works, Christopher Wool pushed this paradox to its own powerful height."

Discover this work here:
https://www.fondationlouisvuitton.fr/en/the-collection/artworks/untitled_wool_2010.html

Image: Christopher Wool, "Untitled" (2010)
© Christopher Wool

#maxhetzler #ChristopherWool #artintimesofcorona

Bridget Riley was featured in the April edition of art - Das Kunstmagazin. Michael Kohler provides an extensive introduc...
17/04/2020
ART 04/2020

Bridget Riley was featured in the April edition of art - Das Kunstmagazin. Michael Kohler provides an extensive introduction to the artist’s practice, setting the emphasis on a work dating from 1994: "From Here".

You may read the article in German here:
https://www.art-magazin.de/heft/107-art-04-2020

#maxhetzler #BridgetRiley #artintimesofcorona

ART im April: Ihre Farbattacken sprengen alle Formate. Atelierbesuch bei Katharina Grosse +++ Porträts über Sheela Gowda, Aubrey Beardsley, Jean Nouvel +++...

Richard Prince was in conversation with collector and curator Robert Rubin and journalist Randy Kennedy about the book "...
16/04/2020
Richard Prince: This Ain’t No Retrospective, It’s a Rodeo

Richard Prince was in conversation with collector and curator Robert Rubin and journalist Randy Kennedy about the book "Richard Prince: Cowboy", recently published by Prestel Publishing. They talked about rare book collecting and their lifelong love of the cowboy ethos.

Read the interview here:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/02/arts/design/richard-prince-robert-rubin-cowboy-book.html

#maxhetzler #RichardPrince #artintimesofcorona

A new book looks at the figure of the American cowboy through the outlaw lens of Mr. Prince, an artist known for his sly borrowings.

15/04/2020
Centre Pompidou-Metz

Artist duo Tursic & Mille poetically reflect about the current crisis in a video transitioning from deserted streets in Naples at night, to their studio, against a background of classical music and an Italian voice-over.

#tursicmille #maxhetzler #artintimesofcorona

#Jourapresjour, les artistes se filment et ouvrent leurs portes pour Facebook Centre Pompidou-Metz.

Tursic & Mille

La vidéo réalisée par Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille (@mrandmissiw sur Instagram) pendant le confinement pour #jourapresjour commence la nuit, dans les rues désertées de Naples, qu'ont investies les chiens errants. Elle nous amène furtivement vers un feu à l'atelier, les yeux brillants d'un chien, qui guette les peintures et les motifs dans lesquels le regard s'enfonce, tandis qu'un air de Bach est joué à l'envers. Une voix off prononce en italien les mots suivants : "On pensait qu'on ne pouvait pas tomber plus bas, et le plus surprenant, c'est le nombre fois que l'on a pensé cela." puis "Après tout, ce n'est peut-être finalement qu'une question de temps." Lorsque la vidéo se termine, ce n'est plus la nuit, le jour s'est levé sur l'atelier. #merci

#tursicetmille #tursicandmille #tursicmille #idawilfried #confinement #video #atelier #jourapresjour #giornodopogiorno #dayafterday #centrepompidoumetz #napoli #mazamet #artiststudio #peindrelanuit #paintingthenight #bach #dogs #nightscape #peinture #painting (voix : Girogio Salzano) Galleria Alfonso Artiaco Galerie Max Hetzler Almine Rech Gallery ADIAF

Galerie Max Hetzler Online:Christopher Wool's solo exhibition at Galerie Max Hetzler, London is now on view on our websi...
09/04/2020

Galerie Max Hetzler Online:

Christopher Wool's solo exhibition at Galerie Max Hetzler, London is now on view on our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/christopher-wool-2020

This exhibition presents new works on paper and sculptures by Christopher Wool. Integrating both mechanical and analogue processes, the works on paper combine a silkscreen printing process, overpainted with oil and enamel. In these layered works Wool blurs the division between painting and printing, reproduction and original.

Sourced from the open landscape of the desert, the structure of the metal sculptures is drawn from tangled ranching wire found on the artist’s property in Marfa, Texas. The twisted and looping three-dimensional structures evidence Wool’s affinity for the line and continue his open-ended experimentation with form.

#maxhetzler #ChristopherWool #artintimesofcorona

Dating 2019, Bridget Riley's work "Messengers" is included in a video tour led by Fiona Alderton, gallery educator at th...
07/04/2020

Dating 2019, Bridget Riley's work "Messengers" is included in a video tour led by Fiona Alderton, gallery educator at the National Gallery, London. This tour is dedicated to female artists, whose works are part of the National Gallery's collection.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO4I8zVrOIQ

"Messengers" was commissioned by the institution and was directly painted onto the wall of the Annenberg Court, spanning a vast 10 x 20 metres. The title is inspired by a phrase John Constable used when referring to clouds, and might also be an allusion to the numerous angels, bearers of news, that we see in the skies of so many National Gallery pictures. By leaving after-images on the viewer's retina that suggest volume and movement the longer it is perceived, the work, which was revealed in January 2019, becomes a tribute to its artistic predecessors and to the process of looking at art itself.

https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/messengers-by-bridget-riley-a-new-work-at-the-national-gallery

Bridget Riley with "Messengers" by Bridget Riley, Annenberg Court, The National Gallery © 2019 Bridget Riley. All rights reserved. Photo: The National Gallery, London

#maxhetzler #BridgetRiley #artintimesofcorona

"'library of exile' is an act of restitution [...] it also represents a conviction that books might heal the wound of ex...
06/04/2020
The muse of displacement: Edmund de Waal’s ‘library of exile’

"'library of exile' is an act of restitution [...] it also represents a conviction that books might heal the wound of exile and discourage its reopening; and in both their writing and their reading vouchsafe a homeland that cannot be destroyed, even by fire."

Read William Atkins' review of Edmund de Waal's "library of exile", installed at the British Museum, London in March 2020. The institution is temporarily closed until further notice.

#maxhetzler #EdmunddeWaal #artintimesofcorona

A migratory installation explores how the loss of homeland has inspired and encumbered writers

Video from our archive: In 2017, Jeremy Demester's second solo exhibition, "Fire Walk With Me", opened at our Berlin gal...
04/04/2020
JÉRÉMY DEMESTER - FIRE WALK WITH ME at Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin 2017

Video from our archive:

In 2017, Jeremy Demester's second solo exhibition, "Fire Walk With Me", opened at our Berlin gallery.

The works exhibited were completed during the artist’s ten almost monastic months spent in his studio in the South of France, and marked a surprising turn in his practice. They expressed a dialogue with figuration, natural elements, and the personal history of the artist (memories from his childhood or from his trips to Africa and America). These memories were embodied by sunrises and sunsets, forests and timeless moments between the past and the present, raising questions about the ideas of still-life and subjectivity.



Watch the exhibition video here:https://youtu.be/PVcsyrO17CY

Currently, a solo exhibition of the artist's work at our Berlin gallery is also on view on our website:
https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/jeremy-demester-ouidah-2020

#maxhetzler #JeremyDemester #artintimesofcorona

JÉRÉMY DEMESTER Fire Walk With Me Goethestraße 2/3, Berlin 10 November 2017 – 20 January 2018

Rineke Dijkstra shared experiences from her early years as a photography student in a book entitled "Create with artists...
03/04/2020

Rineke Dijkstra shared experiences from her early years as a photography student in a book entitled "Create with artists", recently published by the Stedelijk Museum.

"You need examples so you can stand on your own two feet later on. [...] I learned a lot from looking at the work of other photographers. Rembrandt was, and still is, one of my inspirations, too."

You may find a preview of the book here: https://issuu.com/bis_publishers/docs/create_with_artists/24

Image: Rineke Dijkstra, "Hilton Head Island, S.C., USA, June 22", 1992, © Rineke Dijkstra

#maxhetzler #RinekeDijkstra #artintimesofcorona

Ai Weiwei sends his thoughts in response to the current epidemic as a personal contribution to the project "IN TOUCH" of...
02/04/2020
AI WEIWEI: Stay home, stay together | Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi

Ai Weiwei sends his thoughts in response to the current epidemic as a personal contribution to the project "IN TOUCH" of Palazzo Strozzi.

You may watch the video here:
https://www.palazzostrozzi.org/en/ai-weiwei-stay-home-stay-together/

In 2016, Palazzo Strozzi presented a solo exhibition of the artist, "AI WEIWEI. LIBERO": https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/ai-weiwei-libero-2016

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An impressive selection of photographs by Sigmar Polke from Collection Georg Polke are now on view in our Berlin gallery...
01/04/2020
Exhibition: Sigmar Polke - Galerie Max Hetzler

An impressive selection of photographs by Sigmar Polke from Collection Georg Polke are now on view in our Berlin gallery. The exhibition can be visited by appointment only. You may also view it on our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/sigmar-polke-zeitreise-photographs-1966-1986collection-georg-polke-2020

Spanning from 1966 until 1986, most photographs have only recently been revealed, characterising Sigmar Polke as a protagonist of the art world and perceptive chronicler with a unique sense of humour. They first came into the public eye in 2018 in the exhibition "Sigmar Polke. Fotografien 70-80" at Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, and were presented the following year in the exhibition "Sigmar Polke's Photographic Infamies" at LE BAL, Paris. Learn more about the exhibition at LE BAL here: https://www.le-bal.fr/en/2019/07/sigmar-polkes-photographic-infamies

#maxhetzler #SigmarPolke #artintimesofcorona

INSTALLATION VIEWS | WORKS | PRESS RELEASE ... 6 March – 30 May 2020, Goethestraße 2/3, Berlin ...

In her current solo exhibition at our Paris gallery, Ida Ekblad evokes exhilarating memories of her childhood in the 198...
31/03/2020
Life in Music: Ida Ekblad

In her current solo exhibition at our Paris gallery, Ida Ekblad evokes exhilarating memories of her childhood in the 1980s, alongside psychedelic visions, references to everyday objects, movies, and music.

To read more about the artist’s relationship to music especially, click here:
https://frieze.com/article/life-music-ida-ekblad

#maxhetzler #IdaEkblad #artintimesofcorona

In the first of a new series, Norwegian artist Ida Ekblad discusses the music that she loves

Galerie Max Hetzler online: Jeremy Demester's solo exhibition "OUIDAH" is on view on our website. Ouidah is the city of ...
28/03/2020

Galerie Max Hetzler online:

Jeremy Demester's solo exhibition "OUIDAH" is on view on our website.

Ouidah is the city of revenants. Living closely to the spirits, Demester creates works inspired – in the strongest sense – by the vicinity of the otherworld, embodied in the most extraordinary objects, as well as the most common. The present exhibition was developed through consultation with several Voodoo masters (Vodounnon). An oracle gave the artist twenty-one words. These words, such as sun, moon, arrow or cross, are all symbols that populate the works to activate the world of spirits. Stirred by invisible forces, Demester’s paintings embrace the infinite metamorphoses of this cult, through their intense colourism and their exploration of primordial energies.

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/jeremy-demester-ouidah-2020/works/

Image: Jeremy Demester, "Temple des pythons", 2020
Photo: def image

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Works by Albert Oehlen, Christopher Wool and Julian Schnabel are included in the group exhibition "The Shape of Shape" a...
27/03/2020

Works by Albert Oehlen, Christopher Wool and Julian Schnabel are included in the group exhibition "The Shape of Shape" at the MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, New York, on view exclusively online until 7 June 2020.

Curated by Amy Sillman, the exhibition is part of the exhibition series "Artist's Choice", in which artists to adopt the role of curators, selecting and juxtaposing works from the museum's collection.

"[S]hape-artists tend to work with uncertainty and vulnerability instead of the self-assurance and dependability of systems. ... We see how these artists explore the frailty of bodies, their marginalization, but also their revision and repair—making plain the political realities of having a body to begin with." — Amy Sillman

https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/5175?installation_image_index=0

Installation view: MoMA, New York, 2019
© 2019 The Museum of Modern Art
Photo: Heidi Bohnenkamp

#maxhetzler #AlbertOehlen #ChristopherWool #JulianSchnabel #artintimesofcorona

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