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Esther Schipper Gallery for contemporary art 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 year and participates in leading art fairs across the globe. From the very first exhibitions the gallery specialized on establishing institutional support and finding markets for radically experimental and time-based works. Building on the early pioneering program—among them, exhibitions and projects with An

The gallery holds up to ten gallery exhibitions as well as multiple off-site projects each year and participates in leading art fairs across the globe. From the very first exhibitions the gallery specialized on establishing institutional support and finding markets for radically experimental and time-based works. Building on the early pioneering program—among them, exhibitions and projects with An

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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 fi...
02/06/2022

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

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...
01/06/2022

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.

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.

The symposium will be moderated by Philip Monk, and the speakers will include Jon Davies, Kathryn Franklin, Robin McDonald, Jonathan Lofft, Antje Krause-Wahl and Teneshia Samuel

Not in Canada? Fear not! The event will also be live streamed on Zoom.

Go to the link below to find out more.
https://www.gallery.ca/whats-on/calendar/general-idea-symposium

Opening tomorrow, Wednesday June 1, 7pm, the Hamburger Bahnhof holds an exhibition entitled Under Construction, presenti...
31/05/2022

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 Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia has selected the project Neighbourhood by Karin Sander and Philip Ursprung for the S...
24/05/2022

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.

It's time for your Letter from Berlin! This month we take you around the world with exhibitions and Fairs. Head to the l...
19/05/2022

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:

@angelabulloch at the @museedartsdenantes.

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

@simon.fujiwara and @whothebaer's sucessful takeover of New York at @friezeofficial.

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

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

Pierre Huyghe's upcoming solo show at @kunstendk.

@pinakothekdermoderne will enact Measuring the Universe from @romanondak.

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.

#LetterFromBerlin
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#AngelaBulloch #DavidClaerbout #SojournerTruthParsons #SimonFujiwara #WhotheBaer #WhotheBær #Whoseum ⁠
#Frieze #NewYork⁠ #FriezeNY #AnnVeronicaJanssens
#ArtandIdeas #Art #台北當代 #taipeidangdai2022 #taipeidangdai
#RosaBarba #PierreHuyghe #RomanOndak #pinakothekdermoderne #MeasuringtheUniverse

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Who is in New York? @whothebaer is in New York! 💛🐻 🍯 👅 @estherschipperberlin and @simon.fujiwara bring all the fun to th...
18/05/2022

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

@estherschipperberlin and @simon.fujiwara bring all the fun to the @friezeofficial 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 @estherschipperberlin's bio for links to experience the Frieze OVR and @vortic.art 3D Booth.

#SimonFujiwara #WhotheBaer #WhotheBær #Whoseum ⁠
#Frieze #NewYork⁠ #FriezeNY #FriezeViewingRoom
#EstherSchipper ⁠

@friezeofficial 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 © @sebastianopelliondipersano

Julia Scher, Wonderland – opens Tuesday May 24, 6pm–9pm at Maison Populaire.Between 1996 and 1997, Julia Scher photograp...
17/05/2022

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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Rehearsing Philadelphia⁠ A Meta-Score by Ari Benjamin Meyers⁠ March 25 – April 10, 2022⁠ Various Locations⁠ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania⁠ Opening Weekend: March 25 – 26, 2022⁠ ⁠ Created by Ari Benjamin Meyers and jointly produced and presented by the Curtis Institute of Music and Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, @rehearsingphiladelphia is a large-scale public project that explores how we can come together as a city through musical rehearsal. The traditional musical preparation process focuses on rehearsing as a way to attain perfection, which is then repeated in performance. This is not how we live modern life in a rapidly changing world of social upheaval. The future will be rehearsed, not perfected. Rehearsing Philadelphia re-examines the rehearsal processes which allow people to act together and be empowered to create new realities.⁠ ⁠ Rehearsing Philadelphia will consist of four performative modules - Solo, Duet, Ensemble and Orchestra. As part of these modules, newly commissioned works will be performed live and involve in-person audience encounters at a variety of public and private venues across the city, including Philadelphia City Hall, the School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Police Headquarters, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Cherry Street Pier and more. To accompany the live performances, artistic partner and digital strategist Vanessa Newman will design a parallel digital space where audiences can experience public art in the digital form.⁠ ⁠ As part of the meta-score Ari Benjamin Meyers invited artists to participate and create new work, including Ei Arakawa, Marshall Allen (Sun Ra Arkestra), Tyshawn Sorey, Zoë Keating, CA Conrad, Xenia Rubinos, Ursula Rucker and Ann Carlson.⁠ ⁠ The project will begin the week of March 25, 2022, and culminates with all four phases having final rehearsals on Saturday, April 9, 2022. For more information regarding performance details, participants and the virtual experience, visit the link in bio.⁠ ⁠ Photos © Conrad Erb⁠ ⁠ #aribenjaminmeyers #rehearsingphiladelphia⁠ @drexelwestphal @curtisinstitute @pewcenterarts⁠ #EstherSchipper
The war in Ukraine has put artists at high risk. In response, an informal group of international artists have come together to support the non-profit organization ARTISTS at RISK. Each artist has donated an artwork as an open edition print. ⁠ ⁠ All proceeds from sales will help Artists at Risk facilitate emergency travel, shelter and financial support to help our peers gain safety. This initiative was organized by @adambroomberg in partnership with the non-profit @artistsatrisk. Produced by @berlin_recom_art ⁠ ⁠ LINK IN BIO to see the works or go to www.solidarityprints.org⁠ ⁠ #artistsatrisk #solidarityprints⁠ ⁠ Image 1: Pierre Huyghe⁠ UUmwelt, (2018 - ongoing)⁠ © Pierre Huyghe, 2022⁠ 60cm x 50cm⁠ Unsigned, Open Edition⁠ Pigmented inkjet print on Ilford Fine Art Smooth Pearl⁠ ⁠ Image 2: Thomas Demand⁠ Detail (Stool), 2014⁠ © Thomas Demand, 2022⁠ 60cm x 50cm⁠ Unsigned, Open Edition⁠ Pigmented inkjet print on Ilford Fine Art Smooth Pearl⁠ ⁠ Image 3: Hito Steyerl⁠ The Tower (about a 3D company in Kharkhiv), 2015⁠ © Hito Steyerl, 2022⁠ 60cm x 50cm⁠ Unsigned, Open Edition⁠ Pigmented inkjet print on Ilford Fine Art Smooth Pearl
Pierre Huyghe, Second Law, a new site-specific work will be unveiled at @kistefos in Norway this summer.⁠ ⁠ Second Law is an entity, a milieu, both physical and digital, permeable, continuously shaped by flood waters and modified by what it perceives. It is simultaneously an island and the possibility of what this island could be under alternate conditions of reality.⁠ ⁠ The entire site has been scanned, down to its details, and digitalized. In the simulated environment, unbound from physical limitations, algorithmic and biological agents intelligences cooperate. A fiction based set of rules is played out by learning machines that continually generate mutations of existing features, such as trees, trash, animals or humans.⁠ The mutations change behaviours in real time according to external factors, accelerating their growth with the flood water, and transforming over the years. At times they randomly exit the simulation to manifest themselves physically on the actual island.⁠ They sustain or decompose, modifying the island’s appearance and progressively contaminate the existing reality with another possibility of itself.⁠ ⁠ At the far end of the forest stands a screen where an autonomous eye navigates the simulated environment, witnessing its ever-changing nature.⁠ ⁠ Pierre Huyghe, Second Law, 2021, 3D Scanning, pointcloud visualization and pointcloud engine by ScanLAB Projects. © the artist
We're taking part in @index_berlin Sunday Open today, 12–6pm, with @jacleirner's Us Horizon which has just opened!⁠ ⁠ Us Horizon includes a new work from Leirner’s acclaimed series constructed from ensembles of plastic shopping bags, and a new installation made of found numbered markers. Her conceptually rigorous and formally beautiful works draw on a wide array of art historical and formal influences, as well as embracing the transgressive legacies of Dada, Constructivism, Pop and Conceptual Art, Arte Povera, and Punk, among others.⁠ ⁠ Exhibition view: Jac Leirner, Us Horizon, Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2022. Photo © @andrea_rossetti_archive⁠ ⁠ #JacLeirner #UsHorizon⁠ #SundayOpen⁠ #EstherSchipper⁠ #Berlin
On the occasion of the 59th La Biennale di Venezia, the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista will host a major solo exhibition of work by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone, entitled "burn shine fly." Curated by Javier Molins, "burn shine fly" will be on view from April 20 to September 17, 2022. www.burnshinefly.com “The sculptures in ‘burn shine fly’ are natural growths out of a loam of perception and feeling I had of the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista. The work aims to coax the sublime from the subliminal. The work should dazzle us and send us into a deep reflection about the marvels and mysteries of life.” — Ugo Rondinone The exhibition “burn shine fly” is produced with the support of the following partner galleries: Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich; Esther Schipper, Berlin; Sadie Coles HQ, London; Gladstone, New York; kamel mennour, Paris; Kukje Gallery, Seoul. Image courtesy Ugo Rondinone #UgoRondinone #burnshinefly #LaBiennale #LaBiennalediVenezia #VeniceBiennale
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Fragile! Alles aus Glas with Isa Melsheimer (@concrete_society) and Karin Sander (@karin_sander) at Kunsthalle Vogelmann @museenheilbronn, through May 15, 2022. ⁠ ⁠ Glass has fascinated us since its discovery. Crystalline and viscous, fragile and resistant, it is a material that seduces as much as it repels and is immensely challenging in terms of craftsmanship and artistry. For centuries, the translucent material has been surrounded by legends, myths and metaphors. In a multi-faceted tour, this exhibition focuses on the emancipation of the material in sculpture that began at the beginning of the 20th century. The "Cult of the Crystalline" and thus Bruno Taut's Glass House (1914) become just as vivid as the visionary architectural fantasies of the "Glass Chain" around Hermann Finsterlin, Wenzel Hablik or Hans Scharoun. But ornamental and utility glass also struggles for the ornament-free sculptural form and presents itself in the designs of "all-rounders" such as Peter Behrens, Richard Riemerschmid, Josef Hoffmann or Wilhelm Wagenfeld, among others.⁠ ⁠ Further information via link in bio.⁠ ⁠ #IsaMelsheimer ⁠ #KarinSander⁠ #museenheilbronn⁠ #kunsthallevogelmann⁠ #EstherSchipper⁠ ⁠ Exhibition views: Fragile! Alles aus Glas, Kunsthalle Vogelmann, Heilbronn, 2021-22. ⁠ Photos © Dietmar Strauss, Besigheim
Last day of ARCOmadrid 2022 – join us at booth 9B09⁠!⁠ ⁠ With works by Rosa Barba @timeasperspective, Matti Braun, @sarahbuckner___, @angelabulloch, Etienne Chambaud, Thomas Demand, @simon.fujiwara, @annveronicajanssens, @ugorondinone0, Anri Sala, @karin_sander and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané @animal_que_no_existeix.⁠ ⁠ Esther Schipper present two historical works, @generalidea_'s El Dorado Series,1992, and @aa_bronson‘s Untitled (For General Idea), 1997 in this year’s special section ARCOmadrid's 40 (+1) Anniversary, booth 17. ⁠ ⁠ The unique project brings past and present together through the galleries and their essential relationship with artists and collectors that have always been present at ARCOmadrid throughout its history. The programme participants have been invited by María Inés Rodríguez, Francesco Stocchi and Sergio Rubira.⁠ ⁠ Head to the link in bio for more information including concurrent exhibitions in Spain.⁠ ⁠ @feriaarco #feriaarco #ARCOmadrid2022 #ARCOmadrid #Sientelainspiracion #Madrid⁠ #RosaBarba #MattiBraun #SarahBuckner #AngelaBulloch #EtienneChambaud #ThomasDemand #SimonFujiwara #WhotheBaer #WhotheBær #AnnVeronicaJanssens #UgoRondinone #AnriSala #KarinSander #DanielSteegmannMangrané #EstherSchipper ⁠ ⁠ Booth views: Esther Schipper, ARCOmadrid 2022. Photos © @andrea_rossetti_archive