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Esther Schipper

Esther Schipper Gallery for contemporary art

Berlin | Paris | Seoul 서울 Esther Schipper founded the gallery in 1989 in Cologne. In 1997 the gallery relocated to Berlin.

Through more than three decades of continuous exhibition practice, the gallery has established itself as a major force not only in Germany but in an international context, with offices in Paris and Seoul and representatives in France, Spain, the United States, Latin America, South Korea, Taiwan and China. The gallery holds up to ten gallery exhibitions as well as multiple off-site projects each ye

Through more than three decades of continuous exhibition practice, the gallery has established itself as a major force not only in Germany but in an international context, with offices in Paris and Seoul and representatives in France, Spain, the United States, Latin America, South Korea, Taiwan and China. The gallery holds up to ten gallery exhibitions as well as multiple off-site projects each ye

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HOLORAMA 5

INTERPRETED, PRODUCED
& MIXED BY JULIEN PEREZ

A FILM BY DOMINIQUE GONZALEZ-FOERSTER
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EXOTOURISMEHOLORAMA 5INTERPRETED, PRODUCED & MIXED BY JULIEN PEREZA FILM BY DOMINIQUE GONZALEZ-FOERSTER& VIRTUAL LIGHTNING BOXPRODUCED BY VEGA FOUNDATION2022

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31/10/2022

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Inside The Petit Palais Paris: An Encounter With Ugo Rondinone’s Meditation On Nature https://ift.tt/9BsZDrt

Berlin | Join us today, 5-8pm for 's exhibition Panoramism and the Abstract Sector, the artist's tenth solo exhibition w...
28/10/2022

Berlin | Join us today, 5-8pm for 's exhibition Panoramism and the Abstract Sector, the artist's tenth solo exhibition with the gallery.⁠

On view is a captivating environment that includes a 30-meter long 180°-degree curved panorama, especially conceived for the exhibition, which draws on the history of Berlin in the 20th century. Its imagery spills over onto a custom-printed carpet with printed pillow books.⁠

Panoramism and the Abstract Sector continues the artist’s creation of an artistic, emotional and intellectual genealogy, begun at the in 2021 and at the this past summer.⁠

Concurrently to Panoramism and the Abstract Sector, Esther Schipper presents and Gonzalez-Foerster’s project Une Valise Transféministe, first presented at the , Paris in 2019.⁠

Une Valise Transféministe is an ensemble composed of different suitcases, books and a film.⁠

The film gathers photographic excerpts of feminist, le***an, q***r, anarcho-libertarian, and trans texts. A visual representation of shared reading, the film poses (and seeks to give one possible answer to) the question of how text and books can be exhibited. All the texts depicted in the film recur as physical books in the three suitcases. The three used suitcases are filled with sets of books from different eras and represent history, development and legacy of feminist and transfeminist thought.⁠

Link in bio for more on each exhibition⁠.⁠
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Exhibition view: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Panoramism and the Abstract Sector, Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2022. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022. Photo © ⁠






Berlin | Join us Friday October 28, 5-8pm for 's exhibition Panoramism and the Abstract Sector, the artist's tenth solo ...
26/10/2022

Berlin | Join us Friday October 28, 5-8pm for 's exhibition Panoramism and the Abstract Sector, the artist's tenth solo exhibition with the gallery.⁠

On view will be a captivating environment that includes a 30-meters long 180°-degree curved panorama, especially conceived for the exhibition, which draws on the history of Berlin in the 20th century. Its imagery spills over onto a custom-printed carpet with printed pillow books.⁠

Panoramism and the Abstract Sector continues the artist’s creation of an artistic, emotional and intellectual genealogy, begun at the in 2021 and at the this past summer.⁠

Concurrently to Panoramism and the Abstract Sector, Esther Schipper presents and Gonzalez-Foerster’s project Une Valise Transféministe, first presented at the , Paris in 2019.⁠

Une Valise Transféministe is an ensemble composed of different suitcases, books and a film.⁠

The film gathers photographic excerpts of feminist, le***an, q***r, anarcho-libertarian, and trans texts. A visual representation of shared reading, the film poses (and seeks to give one possible answer to) the question of how text and books can be exhibited. All the texts depicted in the film recur as physical books in the three suitcases. The three used suitcases are filled with sets of books from different eras and represent history, development and legacy of feminist and transfeminist thought.⁠

Link in bio for more on each exhibition⁠.⁠


Image 1: Photo © Paul B. Preciado and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster⁠
Image 2: © Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster⁠





26/10/2022

Wir gedenken Rodney Graham, der nun im Alter von 73 Jahren starb. In den vergangenen Jahren konnten wir seine Werke in verschiedenen Ausstellungen präsentieren, zuletzt 2021 in „Scratching the Surface“. Eines seiner größeren Stücke in unserer Sammlung ist „School of Velocity“, das eine gleichnamige Klavierübung mit Galileis Gleichung der Beschleunigung fallender Objekte kombiniert. Dies führt zu einem langsamer werdenden Klavierstück mit immer längeren Pausen zwischen den Noten.

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Rodney Graham, School of Velocity, 1993; Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof; Fotonachweis: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie, 2015 / Thomas Bruhns

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12/10/2022

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12/10/2022

Photos from CCC OD - centre de création contemporaine olivier debré - Tours's post

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11/10/2022

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07/10/2022

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07/10/2022

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Découvrez la nouvelle exposition : "Weavers" de Rosa Barba 🤩

Samedi et dimanche à 16h30 : un médiateur vous propose une visite commentée de l'exposition, pour en savoir plus 😉 Et c'est sans réservation !

📷 Aurélien Mole
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06/10/2022

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Comme un poisson dans l'eau 🐟

Les poissons de Philippe de Parreno occupent le deuxième étage. Ils ont déjà conquis petits et grands, venez les saluer !

Philippe Parreno, Quasi Objects: My Room is a Fish Bowl, AC/DC Snakes, Happy Ending, Il Tempo del Postino, Opalescent acrylic glass podium, Disklavier Piano, 2014-2022

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06/10/2022

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06/10/2022

C'est le jour J !

L'exposition "Weavers" de Rosa Barba ouvre à 17h !

Nous vous accueillons gratuitement jusqu'à 20h pour découvrir cette exposition créée en partenariat avec l'atelier Calder à Saché (37) 🥳

Venez nombreux.ses 😉

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16/09/2022

Tivemos o prazer em colaborar com a exposição Jacques Douchez & Norberto Nicola na Esther Schipper, em Berlim. Organizada por Olivier Renaud-Clément, a mostra apresenta trabalhos históricos dos artistas que, coletivamente, operaram um estúdio de tapeçaria em São Paulo, o Atelier Douchez-Nicola, entre 1959 e 1980.

Inspirados pela prática da tapeçaria como forma tridimensional, que combina fibras naturais finamente tecidas com volumes escultóricos abstratos, as peças realizadas de forma independente marcam um capítulo chave na história da arte brasileira. Inspirado por suas extensas viagens, o trabalho de Nicola muitas vezes combina técnicas e materiais de culturas indígenas ao artesanato europeu. Por sua vez, a dedicação de Douchez à abstração é evidente nas construções geométricas robustas, mas que reservam rigor e equilíbrio.
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We had the pleasure to collaborate with the exhibition Jacques Douchez & Norberto Nicola at Esther Schipper in Berlin. Organized by Olivier Renaud-Clément, the show features historic works by the artists who collectively operated a tapestry studio in São Paulo, the Atelier Douchez-Nicola, between 1959 and 1980.

Inspired by the practice of tapestry as a three-dimensional form that combines finely woven natural fibers with abstract sculptural volumes, the independently made pieces mark a key chapter in the history of Brazilian art. Inspired by his extensive travels, Nicola's work often combines techniques and materials from indigenous cultures with European craftsmanship. In turn, Douchez's dedication to abstraction is evident in geometric constructions that are robust yet reserved for rigor and balance.


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12/09/2022

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Rosa Barba, Radiant Exposures opens tonight, 6-9pm!⁠⁠The exhibition’s title, Radiant Exposures, alludes to this dichotom...
09/09/2022

Rosa Barba, Radiant Exposures opens tonight, 6-9pm!⁠

The exhibition’s title, Radiant Exposures, alludes to this dichotomy as well: it draws attention to the threshold of creation and destruction at which everything exists. Thus, while the exposure of celluloid must be controlled in order to produce the image—let in too much light into the (analog) camera and the encoded images are lost—this balance also holds true for our existence and the future of the planet, as both “radiance” and “exposure” carry in them a certain threat in times of climatic crises. At the same time, the title also introduces the beauty and timelessness of the cosmos and alludes to Barba’s continued research into the overlaps of film and astronomy.⁠

Link in bio for further info.⁠





Exhibition view: Rosa Barba, Radiant Exposures, Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2022. © Rosa Barba / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022. Photo © Andrea Rossetti

Join us tomorrow, Friday September 9, 6–9pm for the opening of Radiant Exposures, Rosa Barba’s first solo exhibition wit...
08/09/2022

Join us tomorrow, Friday September 9, 6–9pm for the opening of Radiant Exposures, Rosa Barba’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. On view will be films and works using film as sculptural and painterly medium.⁠

In Radiant Exposures, Rosa Barba () introduces an exhibition architecture with two angled walls that steers visitors through the space and also provides a structure in which Barba’s films are screened and the artist’s sculptural works installed in a carefully orchestrated setting.⁠

And don't miss the 123rd edition of , with Rosa Barba. The event at is free and will screen three of Barba's films. Friday September 16, from 11:59pm.⁠
Videoart at Midnight is a partner of , September 14—18.⁠

Link in bio for further info and teaser film!⁠

Rosa Barba, Off Splintered Time, 2021 (detail), glass, motors, 35mm film, LED light, 70 x 80 x 80 cm (sculpture).
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More installation views from the General Idea restrospective at the National Gallery of Canada — Reconstructing Futures,...
02/09/2022

More installation views from the General Idea restrospective at the National Gallery of Canada — Reconstructing Futures, 1977 — the green room from the 1984 Miss General Idea Pavillion, fully equipped for everything a burgeoning media celebrity needs as they prepare to parade themselves in front of the adoring audience of the 1984 Miss General Idea Pageant!

More installation views from the restrospective at the — Reconstructing Futures, 1977 — the green room from the 1984 Miss General Idea Pavillion, fully equipped for everything a burgeoning media celebrity needs as they prepare to parade themselves in front of the adoring audience of the 1984 Miss General Idea Pageant!

BERLIN – exhibition openings and screenings tonight!Link in bio for further information and ongoing exhibitions in Berli...
18/08/2022

BERLIN – exhibition openings and screenings tonight!

Link in bio for further information and ongoing exhibitions in Berlin.

Tonight, 6-9pm on Prinzenallee are two exhibition openings -

DELIVERY HERO with Isa Melsheimer and Oliver Mark ( & ) at .berlin.

At 's artist-run project space Melsheimer presents ceramic works and a Wardian case alongside photography from Oliver Mark.
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MANCHE TRUGEN FEDERN, with at . Flavien will present drawings along side works by Sibylle Bergemann, Astrid Bauer, Moritz Frei, Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann, Tine Furler, Mia Kleier, Alicja Kwade, Andy Hope 1930, Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, Stefan Rinck, Gerd Rohling, Anne Waak & Janne Gärtner, Jenny Rosemeyer
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At , will screen Rosa Barba ()'s Inside the Outset: Evoking a Space of Passage, 2021. 7pm. Free.

Rosa Barba creates specific devices to explore the way in which film articulates the space. Based on an open-air cinema installation she made in Cyprus, Rosa Barba made a film about this device reflecting surrounding landscapes. The installation, conceived as a meeting point for all the communities of the island, underlines the capacity of art to create spaces for interaction and coexistence. In a landscape of shadows, emergences and disappearances.

Image 1: Left: Oliver Mark, Museo IV/01, 2022, C-Print, 210 x 150 cm
Center: Isa Melsheimer, Gulbenkian, 2022, ceramic, glaze, 45 x 35 x 35 cm
Right: Oliver Mark, Delivery Hero VI, 2021, C‑Print on Alu-Dibond, 47 x 57 cm (unframed), 65 x 70,50 cm (framed)

Exhibition view: Isa Melsheimer and Oliver Mark, Delivery Hero, Open Berlin, Berlin, 2022. Photo © Oliver Mark

Image 2: Jean-Pascal Flavien, discussion, 2016, red pencil on paper, 24,5 x 32,7 cm (9 5/8 x 12 7/8 in) (unframed), 39 x 45,5 x 2,5 cm (15 3/8 x 17 7/8 x 1 in) (framed). © the artist

Image 3: Rosa Barba, Inside the Outset: Evoking a Space of Passage, 2021 Open-air cinema sculpture. United Nations Buffer Zone, Deryneia, Cyprus. Courtesy the artist and Point Centre for Contemporary Art, Nicosia. Photo: Marios Stylianou. © Rosa Barba.

Don't miss Ugo Rondinone, vocabulary of solitude at Museo Tamayo, through September 4, 2022.⁠⁠Ugo Rondinone is recognize...
17/08/2022

Don't miss Ugo Rondinone, vocabulary of solitude at Museo Tamayo, through September 4, 2022.⁠

Ugo Rondinone is recognized as one of the great voices of his generation, an artist who proposes trenchant reflections on nature and the human condition while establishing a formal and organic vocabulary in which he fuses a variety of sculptural and pictorial traditions. His generous and expansive vision of nature has resulted in an extensive range of two- and three-dimensional objects, installations, videos, and performances. His hybrid forms, inspired by ancient and modern sources, exude pathos and humor and point to the most pressing issues of our time, where modernist achievements and archaic expression intersect.⁠

Rondinone's practice unfolds the complexity of seemingly simple phenomena or objects such as day and night, natural and artificial, vulnerability and strength, dichotomies that are deeply interrelated and that function as organizing principles of his work. The artist explores aspects of human experience and perception that are linked to the sensations that we intuitively or culturally assign to these distinctions. In his work, symbols and cultural constructs, images, and words that make their way across communication systems, latitudes, and historical moments, are devices that Rondinone constantly analyses and uses, drawing on the capacity of each person to respond to them from a visceral and primal place.⁠

Further info via link in bio.⁠

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, vocabulary of solitude, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, 2022.

Photography by Gerardo Landa and Eduardo López (GLR Estudio). Courtesy of Museo Tamayo.



Now open! Summer ’22, a group exhibition with works by Sarah Buckner, Ann Veronica Janssens, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Ce...
22/07/2022

Now open! Summer ’22, a group exhibition with works by Sarah Buckner, Ann Veronica Janssens, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Cemile Sahin, Julia Scher, Sun Yitian and Tao Hui. On view will be works in a range of media, among them installation, film, sculpture and painting.

Please note that from August 1–14 the gallery will be open Wednesday through Friday, 12–6pm.

Esther Schipper is pleased to present Summer ’22, a group exhibition with works by Sarah Buckner, Ann Veronica Janssens,...
19/07/2022

Esther Schipper is pleased to present Summer ’22, a group exhibition with works by Sarah Buckner, Ann Veronica Janssens, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Cemile Sahin, Julia Scher, Sun Yitian and Tao Hui. On view will be works in a range of media, among them installation, film, sculpture and painting.

Summer ’22 brings together artistic approaches which, though employing a variety of media, share an impulse to transform personal observations and political concerns into formally striking, incisive works of art.

Cemile Sahin and Tao Hui conceived expansive environments in which their multi-channel video works are presented. Both artists draw on contemporary narrative conventions familiar from TV and digital media channels. Their presentations are markedly different: Tao Hui’s 2017 Hello Finale! Is organized in a strict grid with functional, office-like seating, each short video screened individually. Shot in nine different locations in Kyoto, and featuring local actors speaking in Japanese, the work evokes, through its mises-en-scène, the visual tropes of Japanese television. Cemile Sahin’s Bad People, Bad News, 2021, on the other hand, screens her three-channel video as part of a colorful, industrial-looking construction with beach chairs. An overall narrative, centered on the story of three Kurdish women who celebrate Sadam Hussein’s death together annually, is formed about nations, dictatorships, monuments, terror, and questions about power and interpretive sovereignty, original and fake. Both works share a certain affectless air that seems more a symptom of trauma rather than an indication of indifference.

The subjects of the new paintings by Sarah Buckner and Sojourner Truth Parsons remain ambiguous: Paintings with enigmatic motifs evoke the impression of an emotional subtext but do not resolve their narrative tension or give away their mystery. The graphic clarity of Parsons’ compositions functions as a misdirection, as color and shape remain in continuous flux, oscillating between representation and abstraction. Buckner’s representations of fantastic figures feel both open-ended and precisely observed, as they appear to emerge from a fully formed narrative of which viewers can only catch a momentary glimpse. Sun Yitian’s large-scale Gun without Bullets juxtaposes the playful quality of an inflatable toy with the violent potential of a deadly weapon. Combining a glossily painted lush surface of a digitally rendered object with vaguely ominous iconography is characteristic of the young Chinese artist’s practice.

Another artistic approach is represented by Ann Veronica Janssens’ Umbrella, 2020. A thatched roof with a feathery crown, the work’s entire surface has been covered with gold leaf. With its references to the effects of the sun’s energy, symbolized by the use of gold leaf, Umbrella encapsulates both individual and far-reaching global ecological concerns in a single object combining formal restraint and great beauty. Julia Scher’s pioneering historical work, Hidden Camera (Rhizome) from 1991/2018, finally, employs humor to draw our attention to the issue at hand: our long-standing surveillance by technological apparatuses, here hidden in plain sight in greenery. In addition, the work plays on the ambivalence between anxiety of being surveilled and taking pleasure in observing and being observed.

The exhibition’s title partakes in an apparent contradiction of form and content that runs through the presented works: Summer ’22 is thus perhaps best encapsulated in the deceptive playfulness of Sahin’s bright beach chairs, which encourage relaxed lounging, while watching a film about the enduring power of images.

Images 1, 4: Julia Scher
Hidden Camera (Rhizome), 1991/2018
JVC camcorder, bracket, grass plant, plant pot, two monitors with live feed and archival video footage, dimensions variable, Frieze London 2019: 90 x 200 x 120 cm (plinth), plant: 40 cm high approx. Photos © Andrea Rossetti

Images 2, 5: Tao Hui, Hello, finale!, 2017, 9 channel HD video installation (color, sound), duration: 38:13 min. Still, photo © the artist

Images 3: Sun Yitian, Gun without bullets, 2022, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 cm each (4 parts), 150 x 600 cm.

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18/07/2022

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Join us at artmonte-carlo 2022, booth 08, where we present works by:Angela BullochEtienne ChambaudSimon FujiwaraLiam Gil...
14/07/2022

Join us at artmonte-carlo 2022, booth 08, where we present works by:

Angela Bulloch
Etienne Chambaud
Simon Fujiwara
Liam Gillick
Ann Veronica Janssens
Isa Melsheimer
Philippe Parreno
Sojourner Truth Parsons
Ugo Rondinone

At l'Esplanade, the outdoor sculpture Pentagon Totem: High Five by Angela Bulloch is on view during the fair.⁠

Link in bio for further information on our booth and concurrent exhibition in the area.⁠

Booth views: artmonte-carlo 2022. Photos © Sebastiano Pellion di Persano

Join us for the opening of Summer '22 at Esther Schipper! Thursday July 21, 6–9pm.Special opening hours August 1–14, Wed...
13/07/2022

Join us for the opening of Summer '22 at Esther Schipper!

Thursday July 21, 6–9pm.

Special opening hours August 1–14, Wed–Fri 12–6pm

This summer Esther Schipper is pleased to present Summer '22, an exhibition of works from Sarah Buckner, Ann Veronica Janssens, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Cemile Sahin, Julia Scher, Sun Yitian and Tao Hui.

Summer ’22 brings together artistic approaches which, though employing a variety of media, share an impulse to transform personal observations and political concerns into formally striking, incisive works of art. Like the summers of recent years, many of the works presented hold a contradiction within them between their bright, shimmering forms and the darker undertones of their content.

https://www.estherschipper.com/exhibitions/1026-summer-22-with-sarah-buckner-sojourner-truth-parsons-cemile-sahin/

Julia Scher, Wonderland continues through Friday July 15 at Maison Populaire.⁠⁠https://www.maisonpop.fr/wonderland-julia...
12/07/2022

Julia Scher, Wonderland continues through Friday July 15 at Maison Populaire.⁠

https://www.maisonpop.fr/wonderland-julia-scher

Between 1996 and 1997, Julia Scher photographed seven children wearing pink uniforms: Lena, Grace, Andy, Andre, Brandon, Jodi and Zoë. Some of them held up batons or gas masks, others just stared defiantly at the camera. In the following months, Scher enlarged these images and integrated them into an installation which traveled and evolved in time: 1997, Chicago; 1998, New York; 2000, Bordeaux ; 2018–2019, Berlin. Over the years, the principle has remained the same: a child-sized control desk surrounded by distorting mirrors bathed in twilight-colored lights. The recorded voice of the artist warns the audience: “There are live cameras filming you [...] Attention. Your size may change”. This is Wonderland, an upside-down world where children watch over adults downsized in the reflections of mirrors.⁠

Wonderland is the second part of The Artificial Kid series of exhibitions and events at . This multimedia environment where children act as authority figures, plays on the context of the Maison Populaire, whose members are largely children encouraged to leave their parents on the doorstep and where teenagers are considered adults from the age of 13. Created for children, Wonderland parodies adults' attitudes towards protection or threat, and their own infantilization in surveillance contexts.⁠

Curator: Elsa Vettier

Founded in 1966 in Montreuil, Maison Populaire is a cultural center dedicated to popular education. Focusing on research and experimentation, Maison Populaire hosts an art center and each year invites a different curator for a cycle of exhibitions and events.⁠

Exhibition views: Julia Scher, Wonderland, Maison Populaire, Montreuil, 2022. Photos © Aurélien Mole

'...' has opened at Tropez, Sommerbad Humboldthain! The exhibition includes artwork by eight artists including Isa Melsh...
11/07/2022

'...' has opened at Tropez, Sommerbad Humboldthain! The exhibition includes artwork by eight artists including Isa Melsheimer.

Outdoor sculptures and (video) installations translate the effects of various crises and social injustice into tangible images. ... responds to the speechlessness in the face of current world events and quotes the three dots familiar from messenger services that appear whenever the person on the other side is writing.

https://tropeztropez.de/exhibition-2021-2/






Exhibition views: '...', Tropez, Sommerbad Humboldthain, Berlin, 2022. Photos © Ink Agop

Don’t miss  "What you see is not what you get" (22 Exhibitions) at  – continuing through Saturday, July 16.⁠⁠For this so...
08/07/2022

Don’t miss "What you see is not what you get" (22 Exhibitions) at – continuing through Saturday, July 16.⁠

For this solo exhibition KarinSander has gathered different works from her oeuvre and from these she has curated 22 exhibitions. Sander has carefully packed these particular, individual selections into transport crates and then closed them; the crates offer protection and sometimes contain instructions regarding the various, small- and large-format art works they hold. The exhibits are well kept in their transport crates, present in the gallery space but eluding visibility. Each transport box has its own size, bears its unique title, lists the materials used in the works, and contains what goes with the installation of the works and the respective exhibition. ⁠

The tension between visibility and presence is also a motif of the new augmented reality exhibition conceived by Karin Sander. Visitors can use VR glasses to visit other exhibitions in the gallery virtually. For this piece, she had works 3D scanned and virtually installed on the walls. This visible, albeit in AR, presentation provides a counterpoint to the 22 physically present exhibitions – it lets visitors see works that are not physically present, while the works in the shipping crates are present but not visible. Thus, visual information meets augmented reality, the narrative of physical and conceptual content superimposed on the presence of augmented reality: “What you see is not what you get”.⁠


Image 1, 3-5: Exhibition views: Karin Sander, "What you see is not what you get" (22 exhibitions), Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2022.⁠
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Image 2: Karin Sander, AR-1, 2022 (AR still image) Augmented Reality exhibition. Exhibition view: Karin Sander, “What you see is not what you get” (22 exhibitions), Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2022⁠
Courtesy the artist, ETH Zurich and Esther Schipper, Berlin⁠
© Karin Sander / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022⁠

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From June 3 until September 3, 2022, the Museo Nacional del Prado hosts screenings of La Quinta del Sordo, the latest filmic work by Philippe Parreno, focusing on Goya’s long-destroyed country house and its legendary wall paintings, the Pinturas negras (Black Paintings).

"La Quinta del Sordo" (House of the Deaf), situated on the outskirts of Madrid, was the home of Francisco de Goya in the years leading up to his exile. In two rooms of the country house, which Goya renovated and expanded, the artist created a series of 14 wall paintings in oil, known as the Black Paintings because of their dark colors, in which the main themes of his work found their last critical expression, in monumental form. Created between 1819 and 1824, the murals were only discovered after Goya’s death. Having acquired the house in 1873, Baron Émile d’Erlanger transferred the paintings to canvas and later donated them to the Spanish state. Sent to the the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid, these visionary masterpieces have been on view since 1889. The Prado Museum holds the largest collection of works by Francisco de Goya, including his other most famous paintings, as well as hundreds of drawings and sketchbooks.

Philippe Parreno filmed his science-fictional film inside the Prado Museum, in the rooms where the Black Paintings are exhibited. The film reproduces the relationship between the individual paintings and the house they were originally a part of. Creating a diegetic space, Parreno allows the audience to travel back in time and experience the Pinturas negras in their original setting. When filming at the Prado, the artist was able to capture the paintings up-close in incredible detail, creating a unique level of proximity and intimacy between the paintings and the viewer, with every detail and every brushstroke becoming visible. For the filming Parreno recreated a light setting that mimics the candle light and open fireplace, offering a light setting similar to how the paintings would have been seen at the time.

Visitor information
Five screenings – seances – will be held each day from Monday through Saturday, and four every Sunday. Visitors can reserve viewing time slots. Each screening is limited to 30 visitors. The screenings will be accompanied with a live cello performance, composed especially for the film. Further information via: https://www.museodelprado.es/en/whats-on/exhibition/la-quinta-del-sordo-philippe-parreno/3e1bb872-21af-d18f-9b09-a91e406b3505

Film still: Philippe Parreno, La Quinta del Sordo, 2021, 4K film, aspect ratio: 2.10, duration: 39 mins.
Still © the artist
Rule-Breaking in the Data Society

Ocula on Hito Steyel at 국립현대미술관 (National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea in Seoul)

https://ocula.com/magazine/features/hito-steyerl-rule-breaking-in-the-data-society/
Will you attend the General Idea Symposium? Join us for a day of talks exploring the world of GI on June 4th 10:00 to 16:30 EDT at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Opening tomorrow, Wednesday June 1, 7pm, the Hamburger Bahnhof holds an exhibition entitled Under Construction, presenting the latest additions to the Nationalgalerie collection, including works by.

Included in the exhibition will be three works from Ceal Floyer, two works that play on our expectations of what we may encounter in an exhibition space and also on our notion of what an art work is – Peel, 2003, a soundless video projection where empty white walls raise the expectation that objects will be shown, and Projection, 1997, a slide projector that projects a roughly rectangular field of light, as if the slide were empty, yet on closer inspection one notices the image of a nail. The third work in the exhibition from Floyer, Watercolour, 2004, consists of a monitor showing a white screen which turns blue, then green, then red; the alterations of colour corresponding to the chromatic make-up of video technology. But like an aural mnemonic, the subtle ‘plink, plink’ of the soundtrack gently coaches the realization that what is being shown is a close up of a glass of water with a brush being cleaned.

For the exhibition Daniel Steegmann Mangrané has created a large curtain work consisting of three separate sections, that are placed closely together, oscillating between appearing as a diaphanous screen and semi-solid object, existing in a hybrid state between corporeality and immateriality. Additionally, the artist has conceived the whole space in which the curtains are on view, selecting and placing other works of his as well as a historical work from the collection in a way that creates multiple perspectives and connections with and through the curtains.

More via link in bio.

Image 1: Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, ⊮, 2022 (detail), Kriska aluminium curtain, aluminium rail, powder-coated steel frames, 3,95 x 15 m (each, 3 parts).
Exhibition view: Under Construction, New Acquisitions for the Nationalgalerie’s Collection, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, 2022. Photo © Manuel Miseur

Image 2: Ceal Floyer, Watercolour, 2004, monitor-based DVD, duration: 1:09 min (loop). © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022
The Art Newspaper: General Idea more relevant than ever at the National Gallery of Canada

https://daily.artnewspaper.fr/articles/general-idea-plus-actuel-que-jamais-au-musee-des-beaux-arts-du-canada
The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia has selected the project Neighbourhood by Karin Sander and Philip Ursprung for the Swiss Pavilion of 18th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, in 2023, after an open competition with 48 submissions.

The project Neighbourhood deals with the relationship – both in architectural and political terms – between the Swiss Pavilion, built in 1952 by Bruno Giacometti, and the Venezuelan Pavilion, created in 1954 by Italian architect Carlo Scarpa. The two pavilions stand next to each other and display perceptible similarities. The proximity of the two buildings is also a reflection of the close personal relationship between the two architects. The Pro Helvetia jury was impressed by the simplicity of the concept and by the broad-based knowledge and experience of the project team, which sees architecture as an integral component of art and approaches it accordingly in the project. The immediate neighbourhood of the Swiss Pavilion now has a further political dimension, given the current geopolitical situation: aside from the Venezuelan Pavilion, which has been standing empty for years, the future of the neighboring Russian Pavilion remains uncertain as well.

Karin Sander is an artist and professor of architecture and art, and Philip Ursprung is an art historian and professor of the history of art and architecture, both at ETH Zurich. They are supported by their research associates Berit Seidel and Tobias Becker.
Simon Fujiwara speaks to Frieze Art Fair about our booth at

https://youtu.be/MZuz1luVQY4?t=354
It's time for your Letter from Berlin!

This month we take you around the world with exhibitions and Fairs. Head to the link in bio for more on:

at the .

's final weeks at , as well as a look back to last spring with our exhibition L’Invitation au voyage.

.fujiwara and 's sucessful takeover of New York at .

A stunning presentation of our artists at , that caught the eye of Editor-in-Chief, .

A chance to see 's The Hidden Conference: About the Shelf and Mantel, 2015, at , as well as and at Fata Morgana, the first edition of the Jeu de Paume festival.

Pierre Huyghe's upcoming solo show at .

will enact Measuring the Universe from .

And much more – link in bio!

Images: Cécile Clos; © Andrea Rossetti; © Sebastiano Pellion di Persano; © Chong Kok Yew; © Rosa Barba, VG-Bild Kunst, Bonn 2022⁠; © Pierre Huyghe, VG-Bild Kunst, Bonn 2022 (detail)⁠; © MoMA. Full captions via link in bio.





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Who is in New York? is in New York! 💛🐻 🍯 👅

and .fujiwara bring all the fun to the NY fair 🎡. With works ranging from collage, drawing, painting and sculpture to stop-motion animation, there is a Who for each and every one of you! 💛

Not in the Big 🍎 to stop by? Click the link in 's bio for links to experience the Frieze OVR and .art 3D Booth.





New York 2022⁠
Booth A06⁠
The Shed⁠
545 West 30th Street⁠
New York, NY 10001⁠
May 18 – 22, 2022⁠

Booth views: Esther Schipper, Frieze New York, 2022. Photos ©
Julia Scher, Wonderland – opens Tuesday May 24, 6pm–9pm at Maison Populaire.

Between 1996 and 1997, Julia Scher photographed seven children wearing pink uniforms: Lena, Grace, Andy, Andre, Brandon, Jodi and Zoë. Some of them held up batons or gas masks, others just stared defiantly at the camera. In the following months, Scher enlarged these images and integrated them into an installation which traveled and evolved in time: 1997, Chicago; 1998, New York; 2000, Bordeaux ; 2018–2019, Berlin. Over the years, the principle has remained the same: a child-sized control desk surrounded by distorting mirrors bathed in twilight-colored lights. The recorded voice of the artist warns the audience: “There are live cameras filming you [...] Attention. Your size may change”. This is Wonderland, an upside-down world where children watch over adults downsized in the reflections of mirrors.

The exhibition continues May 25 – July 15, 2022

Wonderland is the second part of The Artificial Kid series of exhibitions and events at Maison Populaire. This multimedia environment where children act as authority figures, plays on the context of the Maison Populaire, whose members are largely children encouraged to leave their parents on the doorstep and where teenagers are considered adults from the age of 13. Created for children, Wonderland parodies adults' attitudes towards protection or threat, and their own infantilization in surveillance contexts.

Curator: Elsa Vettier

Founded in 1966 in Montreuil, Maison Populaire is a cultural center dedicated to popular education. Focusing on research and experimentation, Maison Populaire hosts an art center and each year invites a different curator for a cycle of exhibitions and events.

https://www.maisonpop.fr/wonderland-julia-scher

Exhibition view: Julia Scher, Wonderland, Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2018. Photo © Andrea Rossetti.
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