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01/05/2021

In the last year, dream and fantasy have taken on a renewed importance as liberation from the strains of the persistent uncertainty of everyday life. With their representation of dreamlike or fantastic figures, bodies, scenarios, or landscapes, L’Invitation au voyage brings together works that tear at the boundaries of reality, giving us a glimpse of worlds existing at the threshold of the real.⁠⁠
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Join a @galleryweekendberlin Zoom tour at 15:30 CET on Saturday and can be accessed via link in bio.⁠⁠
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Leiko Ikemura, Genesis, 2015, Tokaido, 2015, Tokaido, 2015⁠⁠
© Leiko Ikemura & VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021⁠⁠
Exhibition view: L'Invitation au voyage, Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2021⁠⁠


Photos © Andrea Rossetti
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30/04/2021

Now Open! L'Invitation au voyage, at Esther Schipper, Berlin.
Link below for visitor information.

Esther Schipper is pleased to present L'Invitation au voyage, an exhibition of painting on the long history of travelling in your imagination, through fantasy or dreams, and ideas of the body as site of projection, conduit and personal discovery.⁠ With works by Sarah Buckner, Cui Jie, Cordula Ditz, Almut Heise, Hannah Höch, Leiko Ikemura, Tala Madani, Isa Melsheimer, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Paula Rego, Shahzia Sikander, Tsai Yi-ting, and Yeesookyung.
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The gallery is open for in-person viewing, however booking is advised. For visiting information please click link in bio.⁠⁠
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At a time when travel in real life has become fraught and the ease, even recklessness, with which we took this liberty for granted has come into question, this exhibition—its title, L'Invitation au voyage is taken from a poem from Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal—invokes the freedom of imaginary travel.⁠⁠
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L'Invitation au voyage spans multiple generations and artistic approaches. Beginning with pioneering avant-gardist Hannah Höch, and established figures such as Paula Rego, Almut Heise, Leiko Ikemura, and Yeesookyung, the exhibition continues into the painterly practices of younger generations with works by Sarah Buckner, Cui Jie, Cordula Ditz, Tala Madani, Isa Melsheimer, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Shahzia Sikander, and Tsai Yi-Ting.⁠⁠

An exhibition catalogue is forthcoming in May 2021.

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Music composed by Yair Elazar Glotman

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29/04/2021

For Frieze New York 2021, May 5 – 9, we are pleased to announce a joint presentation, together with Mitchell-Innes & Nash, of works by General Idea.

Formed in 1969 by AA Bronson, Felix Partz and Jorge Zontal, General Idea created a pioneering and singular body of work that addressed the intersection of art and commerce, the role of the artist and the museum, body politics and the AIDS crisis.

Anchoring this solo booth will be El Dorado Series, a suite of nine abstract paintings made of tinted hydrostone on extruded Styrofoam. While the title references the mythical city of gold that lured 16th century Spanish conquistadors into the then-uncharted territories of South America, the nine tones of the colored hydrostone are pointillist interpretations of 18th century Spanish “caste” paintings in the collection of Museo Nacional de Antropología, Madrid.

Also on view will be S/HE—a playful multi-panel photo work mimicking the format of fashion spreads to explore the guises of masculine and feminine identities—as well as a selection of paintings and works on paper featuring the artist group’s oft-recurring poodle motif, which General Idea used to probe issues ranging from sexual stereotypes to the commodification of contemporary art.

General Idea, El Dorado Series, 1992
Photos © Andrea Rossetti

Esther Schipper is pleased to present L'Invitation au voyage, an exhibition of painting on the long history of travellin...
29/04/2021

Esther Schipper is pleased to present L'Invitation au voyage, an exhibition of painting on the long history of travelling in your imagination, through fantasy or dreams, and ideas of the body as site of projection, conduit and personal discovery.⁠⁠
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The gallery is open for in-person viewing, however booking is advised. For visiting information please click the link below.
⁠⁠
At a time when travel in real life has become fraught and the ease, even recklessness, with which we took this liberty for granted has come into question, this exhibition—its title, L'Invitation au voyage is taken from a poem from Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal—invokes the freedom of imaginary travel.⁠⁠
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L'Invitation au voyage spans multiple generations and artistic approaches. Beginning with pioneering avant-gardist Hannah Höch, and established figures such as Paula Rego, Almut Heise, Leiko Ikemura, and Yeesookyung, the exhibition continues into the painterly practices of younger generations with works by Sarah Buckner, Cui Jie, Cordula Ditz, Tala Madani, Isa Melsheimer, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Shahzia Sikander, and Tsai Yi-Ting.⁠⁠

https://www.estherschipper.com/viewing-room/23-l-invitation-au-voyage-gallery-weekend-berlin-2021/?_cmspreview=1&utm_campaign=later-linkinbio-estherschipperberlin&utm_content=later-16723661&utm_medium=social&utm_source=instagram

Today at 18:00 CET, Blitz present a conversation between David Claerbout and Sara Dolfi Agostini Click the link at 18:00...
29/04/2021

Today at 18:00 CET, Blitz present a conversation between David Claerbout and Sara Dolfi Agostini

Click the link at 18:00 to watch live.

Portrait David Claerbout, 2017
Photo: Koos Breukel
Courtesy of David Claerbout
© David Claerbout | Bildrecht, Wien, 2018

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/8316190993397/WN_lGA6knZySGqG_tlXuvGSpA

Today at 18:00 CET, Blitz present a conversation between David Claerbout and Sara Dolfi Agostini

Click the link at 18:00 to watch live.

Portrait David Claerbout, 2017
Photo: Koos Breukel
Courtesy of David Claerbout
© David Claerbout | Bildrecht, Wien, 2018

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/8316190993397/WN_lGA6knZySGqG_tlXuvGSpA

Now Open - Simon Fujiwara at Fondazione Prada, Milan.⁠⁠For this new site-specific project conceived for the ground floor...
29/04/2021

Now Open - Simon Fujiwara at Fondazione Prada, Milan.⁠

For this new site-specific project conceived for the ground floor of the Podium in the Milan premises of Fondazione Prada, Simon Fujiwara introduces audiences to the fairytale world of Who the Bær, an original cartoon character created by the artist. Who the Bær is a cartoon bear without a clear character – “Who” as they are known, seems to have not yet developed a strong personality or instincts, they have no history, defined gender or even sexuality. Who the Bær only knows that they are an image, and they seek to define themselves in a world of other images. ⁠

Who the Bær’s adventures are presented at Fondazione Prada in a giant labyrinth made almost entirely from cardboard and recyclable materials and forming the shape of a giant bear. As visitors travel through the bear-like installation, they are introduced to the basic design and formation of the cartoon character of Who the Bær before embarking on a series of adventures that follow Who the Bær around their fairytale world. Told through drawings, collages, sculptures and animations, we witness Who the Bær in their perennial quest for an identity. ⁠

Inspired by the tradition of fairytales as well as modern animation movies, Fujiwara uses the mechanisms of fantasy to explore some of the joys and traumas we face as a society possessed with images and spectacle.⁠

Click the link to find out more.⁠

https://www.fondazioneprada.org/project/who-the-baer/?lang=en

Simon Fujiwara, Skölstrejk för Whö?, 2021. Mixed media sculpture, paper, plastic, wood, plush, metal, printer⁠
Photo © Jörg von Bruchhausen

Now Open - Simon Fujiwara at Fondazione Prada, Milan.⁠

For this new site-specific project conceived for the ground floor of the Podium in the Milan premises of Fondazione Prada, Simon Fujiwara introduces audiences to the fairytale world of Who the Bær, an original cartoon character created by the artist. Who the Bær is a cartoon bear without a clear character – “Who” as they are known, seems to have not yet developed a strong personality or instincts, they have no history, defined gender or even sexuality. Who the Bær only knows that they are an image, and they seek to define themselves in a world of other images. ⁠

Who the Bær’s adventures are presented at Fondazione Prada in a giant labyrinth made almost entirely from cardboard and recyclable materials and forming the shape of a giant bear. As visitors travel through the bear-like installation, they are introduced to the basic design and formation of the cartoon character of Who the Bær before embarking on a series of adventures that follow Who the Bær around their fairytale world. Told through drawings, collages, sculptures and animations, we witness Who the Bær in their perennial quest for an identity. ⁠

Inspired by the tradition of fairytales as well as modern animation movies, Fujiwara uses the mechanisms of fantasy to explore some of the joys and traumas we face as a society possessed with images and spectacle.⁠

Click the link to find out more.⁠

https://www.fondazioneprada.org/project/who-the-baer/?lang=en

Simon Fujiwara, Skölstrejk för Whö?, 2021. Mixed media sculpture, paper, plastic, wood, plush, metal, printer⁠
Photo © Jörg von Bruchhausen

Spotlight: Daniel Steegmann Mangrané⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠This week for our Spotlight we present a selection of paintings by Daniel Steeg...
29/04/2021

Spotlight: Daniel Steegmann Mangrané⁠⁠
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This week for our Spotlight we present a selection of paintings by Daniel Steegmann Mangrané.⁠⁠⁠
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⁠⁠The work is from Daniel Steegmann Mangrané's (@animal_que_no_existeix) series of brightly colored aluminium curtains with differently shaped passageways made from Kriska aluminium chains. Widely used in Spain, Kriska curtains can function as flexible screens for entryways. They are light, often brightly colored and make a characteristic metallic sound when the chains touch.⁠⁠
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The forms cut into the curtains relate to the artist's idea of "model forms", familiar but non-specific shapes that both trigger our imagination and leave us unable to identify them. The "continuation" of the aluminium chains below the openings appears counterintuitive, adding an element of surprise. Oscillating between appearing as diaphanous screen and semi-solid object, the curtains are both indications of a transition (meant to be traversed, marking the end of one space and the beginning of the next) as well as sculptural objects, existing in a hybrid state between corporeality and immateriality.⁠⁠
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Click the link to see the full Spotlight!⁠

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Portrait © Teresa Estrada;⁠⁠⁠
Photos © Andrea Rossetti

We Are Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin!⁠⁠Our exhibition L'Invitation au voyage, as a part of the Gallery Weekend Berl...
27/04/2021

We Are Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin!⁠

Our exhibition L'Invitation au voyage, as a part of the Gallery Weekend Berlin 2021, can be visited both in-person and online.⁠


In-person visitor information:⁠

Private Preview:⁠
Wednesday, April 28, 12–7 pm⁠
Thursday, April 29, 12–7 pm⁠
Friday, April 30, 12–7 pm⁠

Public hours:⁠
Saturday, May 1, 12–7pm⁠
Sunday, May 2, 12–7pm⁠

For an in-person visit at the gallery, it is required:⁠
– to book an appointment (via booking system, or contact us via phone 030 374433133 or email at [email protected])⁠
– to present a negative Covid-19 test result issued within the last 24 hours⁠

Short-notice appointments might be possible. Walk-in visitors will be asked to leave their contact details.⁠

Only a limited number of visitors will be admitted at a time.⁠

Wearing a protective face mask throughout the gallery and maintaining physical distance of 1,5 m from other visitors and members of our staff is mandatory.⁠


Your online visit:⁠

Join the official @galleryweekendberlin 2021 Zoom tour: Saturday, May 1, 3:30pm⁠

All links to booking and Zoom tour can be found at
https://www.estherschipper.com/viewing-room/23-l-invitation-au-voyage-gallery-weekend-berlin-2021/?_cmspreview=1
This information is available in German via desktop webpage.

We Are Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin!⁠

Our exhibition L'Invitation au voyage, as a part of the Gallery Weekend Berlin 2021, can be visited both in-person and online.⁠


In-person visitor information:⁠

Private Preview:⁠
Wednesday, April 28, 12–7 pm⁠
Thursday, April 29, 12–7 pm⁠
Friday, April 30, 12–7 pm⁠

Public hours:⁠
Saturday, May 1, 12–7pm⁠
Sunday, May 2, 12–7pm⁠

For an in-person visit at the gallery, it is required:⁠
– to book an appointment (via booking system, or contact us via phone 030 374433133 or email at rsvp[email protected])⁠
– to present a negative Covid-19 test result issued within the last 24 hours⁠

Short-notice appointments might be possible. Walk-in visitors will be asked to leave their contact details.⁠

Only a limited number of visitors will be admitted at a time.⁠

Wearing a protective face mask throughout the gallery and maintaining physical distance of 1,5 m from other visitors and members of our staff is mandatory.⁠


Your online visit:⁠

Join the official @galleryweekendberlin 2021 Zoom tour: Saturday, May 1, 3:30pm⁠

All links to booking and Zoom tour can be found at
https://www.estherschipper.com/viewing-room/23-l-invitation-au-voyage-gallery-weekend-berlin-2021/?_cmspreview=1
This information is available in German via desktop webpage.

In the “kantine” of FAHRBEREITSCHAFT the haubrok foundation show works by Scottish artist Martin Boyce. The lyrical obje...
27/04/2021

In the “kantine” of FAHRBEREITSCHAFT the haubrok foundation show works by Scottish artist Martin Boyce. The lyrical objects and installations from the haubrok collection are largely based on the formal language of the brothers Jan and Joël Martel, who worked together with the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens in Paris on the intersection of Art Deco, Cubism, and Bauhaus. The concrete trees, to which Martin refers in various works, are particularly well known. The exhibition entitled Recurring Dreams consists exclusively of works from the haubrok collection.

Please note due to Covid-19 restrictions, a visit of the upcoming exhibitions at the hauberk foundation will probably only be possible from May on and by prior registration and the allocation of time slots. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact [email protected].

Exhibition view: Martin Boyce, Recurring Dreams, FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, haubrok foundation, Berlin, 2021

https://haubrok.org/en/exhibitions/martin-boyce-recurring-dreams/

In the “kantine” of FAHRBEREITSCHAFT the haubrok foundation show works by Scottish artist Martin Boyce. The lyrical objects and installations from the haubrok collection are largely based on the formal language of the brothers Jan and Joël Martel, who worked together with the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens in Paris on the intersection of Art Deco, Cubism, and Bauhaus. The concrete trees, to which Martin refers in various works, are particularly well known. The exhibition entitled Recurring Dreams consists exclusively of works from the haubrok collection.

Please note due to Covid-19 restrictions, a visit of the upcoming exhibitions at the hauberk foundation will probably only be possible from May on and by prior registration and the allocation of time slots. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact [email protected].

Exhibition view: Martin Boyce, Recurring Dreams, FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, haubrok foundation, Berlin, 2021

https://haubrok.org/en/exhibitions/martin-boyce-recurring-dreams/

David Claerbout presents two major film installations: Wildfire (meditation on fire), 2019-2020 and Die reine Notwendigk...
27/04/2021

David Claerbout presents two major film installations: Wildfire (meditation on fire), 2019-2020 and Die reine Notwendigkeit/The Pure Necessity, 2016 as part of the exhibition The Nature of Art at the Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea. ⁠

This exhibition was conceived to convey the message of comfort and healing that art gives to us living in the Corona era, and to awaken the courage to face a new era. The Nature of Art consists of three sections: "Imagine from Today", "Contemplate from Emptiness", and "Empowered by Mother Nature".⁠

Image: David Claerbout, Wildfire (meditation on fire), 2019-2020, single channel video projection, 3D animation (stereo audio, color), duration: 24 min⁠
© David Claerbout & VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021

https://art.busan.go.kr/eng/03_display/display01.jsp?amode=view&id=202104151529319393

David Claerbout presents two major film installations: Wildfire (meditation on fire), 2019-2020 and Die reine Notwendigkeit/The Pure Necessity, 2016 as part of the exhibition The Nature of Art at the Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea. ⁠

This exhibition was conceived to convey the message of comfort and healing that art gives to us living in the Corona era, and to awaken the courage to face a new era. The Nature of Art consists of three sections: "Imagine from Today", "Contemplate from Emptiness", and "Empowered by Mother Nature".⁠

Image: David Claerbout, Wildfire (meditation on fire), 2019-2020, single channel video projection, 3D animation (stereo audio, color), duration: 24 min⁠
© David Claerbout & VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021

https://art.busan.go.kr/eng/03_display/display01.jsp?amode=view&id=202104151529319393

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