carlier | gebauer

carlier | gebauer Founded in 1991 by Ulrich Gebauer and co-directed with Marie-Blanche Carlier since 1997, the gallery aims to promote international contemporary art.

Its program reveals an affinity towards aesthetic and conceptual research which indicates formulations of political awareness in the fields of installation and in the image, through film, photography, painting and drawing. Rather than following a specific theoretical theme, the gallery offers its artists a platform on which to experiment. This allows for a broad spectrum of sometimes antinomical v

Its program reveals an affinity towards aesthetic and conceptual research which indicates formulations of political awareness in the fields of installation and in the image, through film, photography, painting and drawing. Rather than following a specific theoretical theme, the gallery offers its artists a platform on which to experiment. This allows for a broad spectrum of sometimes antinomical v

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We are now in our 30th year. How should one celebrate this? How do we shape this measure of time? It all started with a ...
02/11/2021

We are now in our 30th year. How should one celebrate this? How do we shape this measure of time? It all started with a roll of the dice which grew as a vision shaped by the dialogue between two people, each playing a key of the same partition. In the end, whose piece of music is it? And how many pieces are there?

We thought about asking artists and curators to freely improvise non-idiomatic pieces with the artists of the gallery and with those who have been in our orbit throughout these 30 years with no theme other than the mere encounter and presence of the works in the space, like bodies speaking and telling stories, different stories every time. There may be surprising encounters, there could be new forms, new sounds, different rhythms...looking ahead.

Over the next year we will be remembering this moment with a series of exhibitions curated by others to retell our history. The first of this sequence curated by Dieter Schwarz is entitled 8/###. 8 for the number of artists and ### for the years. This jubilee is celebrated with works by Leonor Antunes, Rosa Barba, Michel François, Luis Gordillo, Rachel Harrison, Harriet Korman, Paul Mogensen, Thomas Schütte.

8/### will open on Friday 19 November, 2021.

Logo design: Enver Hadzijaj

#jubilee #anniversary #groupexhibition #berlin #comingsoon #SavetheDate #carliergebauer #berlin #DieterSchwarz #LeonorAntunes #RosaBarba #MichelFrançois #LuisGordillo #RachelHarrison #HarrietKorman #PaulMogensen #ThomasSchütte

We are now in our 30th year. How should one celebrate this? How do we shape this measure of time? It all started with a roll of the dice which grew as a vision shaped by the dialogue between two people, each playing a key of the same partition. In the end, whose piece of music is it? And how many pieces are there?

We thought about asking artists and curators to freely improvise non-idiomatic pieces with the artists of the gallery and with those who have been in our orbit throughout these 30 years with no theme other than the mere encounter and presence of the works in the space, like bodies speaking and telling stories, different stories every time. There may be surprising encounters, there could be new forms, new sounds, different rhythms...looking ahead.

Over the next year we will be remembering this moment with a series of exhibitions curated by others to retell our history. The first of this sequence curated by Dieter Schwarz is entitled 8/###. 8 for the number of artists and ### for the years. This jubilee is celebrated with works by Leonor Antunes, Rosa Barba, Michel François, Luis Gordillo, Rachel Harrison, Harriet Korman, Paul Mogensen, Thomas Schütte.

8/### will open on Friday 19 November, 2021.

Logo design: Enver Hadzijaj

#jubilee #anniversary #groupexhibition #berlin #comingsoon #SavetheDate #carliergebauer #berlin #DieterSchwarz #LeonorAntunes #RosaBarba #MichelFrançois #LuisGordillo #RachelHarrison #HarrietKorman #PaulMogensen #ThomasSchütte

#ELSEWHERE: Iman Issa's "Heritage Studies #23", 2016, is currently on view at @extra_city in the group exhibition "Radic...
01/11/2021

#ELSEWHERE: Iman Issa's "Heritage Studies #23", 2016, is currently on view at @extra_city in the group exhibition "Radically Naive / Naively Radical" until 7 November, 2021. ⁠

"Radically Naive / Naively Radical" captures the state of mind foisted on us by the present era. An era in which we seem to be drifting from tipping point to tipping point: 9/11 and the so-called War on Terror, the Arab Spring, the alt-right, #MeToo, the migration crisis, Trump, #BLM, the constant threat of climate change … Is COVID-19 the final nail in the coffin? Do we now submit to the sea of polarisation? Or do we stand strong against the tide of cynicism?⁠

Photos: We Document Art⠀⁠

#ImanIssa #GroupExhibition #Exhibition #ExtraCity #Antwerp #KunsthalExtraCity #ExtraCityKunsthal #Antwerpart @antwerpart @imanissa

LAST DAY! Today is the final day to see Richard Mosse's "Broken Spectre". ⁠⁠"Broken Spectre" is the result of careful st...
30/10/2021

LAST DAY! Today is the final day to see Richard Mosse's "Broken Spectre". ⁠

"Broken Spectre" is the result of careful study of ecocide in the Brazilian Amazon. An estimated 99% of deforestation in the Amazon results from illegal activities, explicitly encouraged by the Brazilian government and global investment, yet the scale and effects of such ecological changes are not easily revealed through conventional photography. Illegal logging, land invasion into protected forests and indigenous territories, massive meat and soybean farming, and illegal gold mining occur on a vast scale, devastating the world’s most biodiverse rainforest and contributing directly to climate change. Mosse has searched for activated ways of photographing these processes.⁠

"Broken Spectre" is a solo exhibition by carlier | gebauer at @akkurat.labs x @fahrenheit.space.⁠

Photo: Joe Clark. ⁠⁠

LAST DAY! Today is the final day to see Richard Mosse's "Broken Spectre". ⁠

"Broken Spectre" is the result of careful study of ecocide in the Brazilian Amazon. An estimated 99% of deforestation in the Amazon results from illegal activities, explicitly encouraged by the Brazilian government and global investment, yet the scale and effects of such ecological changes are not easily revealed through conventional photography. Illegal logging, land invasion into protected forests and indigenous territories, massive meat and soybean farming, and illegal gold mining occur on a vast scale, devastating the world’s most biodiverse rainforest and contributing directly to climate change. Mosse has searched for activated ways of photographing these processes.⁠

"Broken Spectre" is a solo exhibition by carlier | gebauer at @akkurat.labs x @fahrenheit.space.⁠

Photo: Joe Clark. ⁠⁠

#LASTDAYS: Richard Mosse's new series of gold-toned analogue silver gelatin prints, intimate in scale, were made with a ...
26/10/2021

#LASTDAYS: Richard Mosse's new series of gold-toned analogue silver gelatin prints, intimate in scale, were made with a long-discontinued monochrome infrared film medium named Kodak High Speed Infrared. Mosse has used this extinct heat sensitive medium to document sites of deforestation and extractive violence. ⁠

In the process of making these images, the film’s emulsion was damaged by environment conditions, resulting in a patina of tears, scratches, fingerprints, and other debris that Mosse employs to visually express global heating while pointing to the limits of representing climate change itself. The infrared medium registers the forest’s vast amount of chlorophyll, a carbon absorbing asset in fighting climate change which is being burned on catastrophic levels. The artist revisited and rephotographed specific sites along what is known as the ‘arc of fire’, to examine the temporal process of turning rainforest into cattle pasture and soy fields. ⁠

Don't miss your chance to see these new works in Richard Mosse's current exhibition "Broken Spectre", a solo exhibition by carlier | gebauer at @akkurat.labs x @fahrenheit.space, on view through Saturday 30 October, 2021⁠⁠.⁠

Shown here (l–r): Garimpeiro with mercury, Pará, 2020; Burnt forest I, Amazonas, 2019⁠

#RichardMosse #Exhibition #SoloExhibition #MustSee #carliergebauer #Berlin #ClosingSoon @akkurat.studios

#NEWDATES: We are pleased to announce Julie Mehretu's solo exhibition, "Metoikos (in between drawings)", has been extend...
23/10/2021

#NEWDATES: We are pleased to announce Julie Mehretu's solo exhibition, "Metoikos (in between drawings)", has been extended until Saturday, 6 November, 2021, in our new Madrid location, Calle de José Marañón, 4, 28010.⁠

"Metoikos (in between drawings)" presents a selection of intimately scaled ink drawings. This suite of drawings, executed in the same size and materials, imparts the feeling of navigating an ever-fluctuating internal landscape. Nothing is static, and similar marks and movements play out across these works to startlingly different effects. Animated tangles of⁠
dynamic black lines and grey smudges oscillate between densely frenetic accumulations and⁠
looser, more open compositions—some of which seem to contain a hint of the human form. ⁠

Photos: Roberto Herrero⁠

#JulieMehretu #MustSee #Exhibition #SoloExhibiton #NewLocation #Drawings #carliergebauer #Madrid

#LASTDAYS: Richard Mosse examines charged photographic technologies to create challenging documentary art about some of ...
21/10/2021

#LASTDAYS: Richard Mosse examines charged photographic technologies to create challenging documentary art about some of the world’s most pressing historic events as they unfold. He inflects his own firsthand testimonial materials with political and ethical questions surrounding perception, representation, aesthetics, and mapping.⁠⁠
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"Broken Spectre" is a solo exhibition by carlier | gebauer at @akkurat.labs x @fahrenheit.space, on view through Saturday 30 October, 2021⁠⁠
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Shown here: Submerged Forest, Rondônia, 2020; Sawmill, Jaci Paraná, Rondônia, 2020; Alumina Refinery, Pará, 2020. All from the series "Tristes Tropiques"⁠⁠
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#RichardMosse #Exhibition #SoloExhibition #ComingSoon #MustSee #carliergebauer #Berlin #GalleryWeekendDiscoveries #BerlinArtWeek @akkurat.studios

#LASTDAYS: There's only a few days left to to see @tarikkiswanson's solo exhibition "Mirrorbody" at @carreartmusee.nimes...
20/10/2021

#LASTDAYS: There's only a few days left to to see @tarikkiswanson's solo exhibition "Mirrorbody" at @carreartmusee.nimes until 24 October, 2021.⁠⁠
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"Mirrorbody" assembles works that address questions of rootlessness, transformation, multiplication, disintegration, memory, and time—all central considerations in #TarikKiswanson's ongoing exploration of the human condition. His multi-faceted works oscillate between kaleidoscopic fragmentation and adopting more realistic and recognizable forms.⁠⁠
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Photos © Vinciane Lebrun⁠⁠⁠
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#TarikKiswanson #Mirrorbody #Carreartmuseenimes #SoloExhibition #IngridLuquetGad #AnnieGodfreyLarmon #JeanMarcPrevost #XiaoyuWeng #Elsewhere

Thank you once again to Jens Müller for this article in @tagesspiegel about the current @JulieMehretu’s solo exhibition ...
19/10/2021

Thank you once again to Jens Müller for this article in @tagesspiegel about the current @JulieMehretu’s solo exhibition "Metoikos (in between paintings)" the other week!⁠⁠
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Be sure to visit "Metoikos (in between paintings)”, Julie Mehretu’s third solo exhibition at carlier | gebauer, Berlin, through 13 November, 2021.⁠⁠
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#JulieMehretu #MustRead #Berlin #Painting #Exhibition #carliergebauer

16/10/2021

Asta Gröting is featured in our latest edition of IN FOCUS! ⁠⁠⁠
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@astagroeting creates works that translate psychological and social relations into physical forms. She inverts the lexicon of monumental sculpture to draw our attention to absence and the physical and emotional gaps between people and things: whether lovers, family members, or historical figures.⁠⁠
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Shown here is an excerpt from Gröting's new video "Laika rennt", 2021. ⁠⁠
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Read the full IN FOCUS via the link in bio. ⁠⁠
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#AstaGröting #INFOCUS #carliergebauer

#ONVIEW: @juliemehretu's paintings convey a compression of time, space, and place and a collapse of art historical refer...
15/10/2021

#ONVIEW: @juliemehretu's paintings convey a compression of time, space, and place and a collapse of art historical references. Known for a deep political and social engagement, Mehretu’s dynamic compositions have been lauded for their capacity to convey the energy, chaos and urgency of our globalized world. Over the years her works have made reference to architecture, traffic patterns, wind and water currents, migrations, military plans, border crossings, and travel.⁠⁠
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On view through 13 November, 2021, "Metoikos (in between paintings)" is the third solo exhibition of American artist Julie Mehretu at carlier | gebauer, Berlin.⁠⁠
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(l–r): Julie Mehretu, Among the Multitude I, 2019 / 2021; Among the Multitude II, 2019 / 2021⁠⁠
Installation view: Trevor Good. Images © Julie Mehretu⁠⁠
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#JulieMehretu #Exhibition #SoloExhibition #OpenNow #MustSee #carliergebauer #Berlin #Painting

#ELSEWHERE: From 16 October 2021 @maria_taniguchi will be included in @tfam_museum's group exhibition "Art Histories of ...
14/10/2021

#ELSEWHERE: From 16 October 2021 @maria_taniguchi will be included in @tfam_museum's group exhibition "Art Histories of a Forever War: Modernism between Space and Home".⁠⁠
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The exhibition is an exploration of modern art in postwar Taiwan and the enduring resonances of this historical milieu. Paying tribute to a generation of pioneer practitioners in Taiwan art history who crystalised modern art through a series of artistic breakthroughs and debates, "Art Histories of a Forever War: Modernism between Space and Home" foregrounds the modern art masterpieces housed in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. ⁠⁠
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Shown here: Maria Taniguchi, Untitled, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 274 x 183 cm⁠⁠
Photo © Trevor Good⁠⁠
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#MariaTaniguchi #GroupExhibition #Exhibition #TaipeiFineArtsMuseum #Taipei #Taiwan #MustSee

Don't miss your chance to see Tarik Kiswanson's solo exhibition "Mirrorbody" at Carré d'Art-Musée d'art contemporain, Nî...
12/10/2021

Don't miss your chance to see Tarik Kiswanson's solo exhibition "Mirrorbody" at Carré d'Art-Musée d'art contemporain, Nîmes until 24 October, 2021. ⁠⁠
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There will also be a book signing of the exhibition catalogue in addition to a tour of the exhibition with Tarik Kiswanson and Ingrid Luquet-Gad this evening, 12 October, from 17:30. ⁠⁠
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"Mirrorbody" assembles works that address questions of rootlessness, transformation, multiplication, disintegration, memory, and time—all central considerations in the artist’s ongoing exploration of the human condition. His multi-faceted works oscillate between kaleidoscopic fragmentation and adopting more realistic and recognizable forms. The artist moves between different realms, figurative and abstract, in his ongoing inquiry into the body and its place in the world: its movement, its dissolution, its absence, its renewal.⁠⁠
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Photos © Vinciane Lebrun

11/10/2021

#BEHINDTHESCENES: A behind the scenes look into the making of Richard Mosse's new film "Untitled, Rondônia", 2021, currently on view in "Broken Spectre" through 30 October, 2021. ⁠

"Broken Spectre" is a solo exhibition by carlier | gebauer at Akkurat Labs x Fahrenheit.

Video © Richard Mosse

Richard Mosse is featured in our latest edition of IN FOCUS! ⁠⁠⁠Richard Mosse has developed a body of photographic and f...
09/10/2021

Richard Mosse is featured in our latest edition of IN FOCUS! ⁠⁠

Richard Mosse has developed a body of photographic and filmic work that is both unabashedly aesthetic and simultaneously fraught with political and ethical implications. Through this unique unification, he continues to create works that pushes for radical rethinking of some of the most complex and intractable issues of today, such as the migration situation and the ongoing conflict in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.⁠

Throughout his work, Mosse takes advantage of modern camera techniques, using them in order to heighten the intricate and problematic matter.⁠

Head over to our Instagram to see the full IN FOCUS.

Richard Mosse is featured in our latest edition of IN FOCUS! ⁠⁠

Richard Mosse has developed a body of photographic and filmic work that is both unabashedly aesthetic and simultaneously fraught with political and ethical implications. Through this unique unification, he continues to create works that pushes for radical rethinking of some of the most complex and intractable issues of today, such as the migration situation and the ongoing conflict in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.⁠

Throughout his work, Mosse takes advantage of modern camera techniques, using them in order to heighten the intricate and problematic matter.⁠

Head over to our Instagram to see the full IN FOCUS.

#ELSEWHERE:  ⁠Julie Mehretu's mid-career survey at The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, features more than 75 drawings, p...
08/10/2021

#ELSEWHERE: ⁠Julie Mehretu's mid-career survey at The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, features more than 75 drawings, paintings, and prints made from 1996 to the present. It covers a broad arc of Mehretu’s artistic evolution, revealing her early focus on drawing, graphics, and mapping and her more recent introduction of bold gestures, sweeps of saturated color, and figurative elements into her immersive, large-scale works.⁠

Opening Saturday, 16 October, 2021 at The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis⁠.

More information can be found at the link below:

https://walkerart.org/calendar/2021/julie-mehretu

Image: Image: Julie Mehretu, Haka (and Riot), 2019. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Andy Song.⁠
Photo: Tom Powel Imaging. © Julie Mehretu.

#ELSEWHERE: ⁠Julie Mehretu's mid-career survey at The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, features more than 75 drawings, paintings, and prints made from 1996 to the present. It covers a broad arc of Mehretu’s artistic evolution, revealing her early focus on drawing, graphics, and mapping and her more recent introduction of bold gestures, sweeps of saturated color, and figurative elements into her immersive, large-scale works.⁠

Opening Saturday, 16 October, 2021 at The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis⁠.

More information can be found at the link below:

https://walkerart.org/calendar/2021/julie-mehretu

Image: Image: Julie Mehretu, Haka (and Riot), 2019. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Andy Song.⁠
Photo: Tom Powel Imaging. © Julie Mehretu.

#ONVIEW: Exhibited for the first time in Madrid, "Incarnator" by Paul Pfeiffer is a multi-media installation consisting ...
07/10/2021

#ONVIEW: Exhibited for the first time in Madrid, "Incarnator" by Paul Pfeiffer is a multi-media installation consisting of a single projected video channel and a series of figurative wooden carved sculptural objects. In this work, Pfeiffer used as his starting point the revered role of the ‘encarnador’ – a sculptor of holy Catholic figures created as the focal points of religious observance. ⁠⁠
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Encarnadores are celebrated for having the power to apparently breathe life into inanimate sculptures, creating life-like effigies that seduce the eye into believing that consciousness has been awoken in simple carved wood and paint. In the Philippines, this power of reanimation can be observed through mass devotion to the Santo Niño de Cebú, a religious icon brought to the islands as a gift from Spain in 1521 by Magellan, making it one of the oldest Christian relics in the country. This sculptural tradition continues in the present, through the production of Catholic idols carved by encarnadores and used for personal and communal devotion.⁠⁠
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Paul Pfeiffer's solo exhibition,"Incarnator" is on view at carlier | gebauer, Madrid, Calle Valenzuela 8, 1°Izda. 28014 Madrid, through 30 October, 2021.⁠⁠⁠
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Photos: Roberto Herrero⁠⁠⁠
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#PaulPfeiffer #Exhibition #SoloExhibition #carliergebauer #madrid

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