Galerie Guido W. Baudach

Galerie Guido W. Baudach Gallery for contemporary art Tamina Amadyar | Björn Dahlem | Thomas Helbig | Andy Hope 1930 | Rashid Johnson | Jürgen Klauke | Erwin Kneihsl | Erik van Lieshout | Bjarne Melgaard | Philipp Modersohn | Aïda Ruilova | Yves Scherer | Markus Selg | Thomas Zipp

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26/03/2021
I AM (VR), 2021 Markus Selg & Susanne Kennedy In collaboration with Rodrik Biersteker and Richard Janssen

Galerie Guido W. Baudach is delighted to present its eighth solo exhibition of new works by Markus Selg. Selg is one of the pioneers of digital art in Germany. Since the 1990s, the Berlin-based artist has been using the possibilities of the computer to create paintings, sculptures, videos and sounds; parts of a complete work that he likes to bring together in parcours-like, multimedia spatial installations. In recent years, he has increasingly transferred this approach to the theater stage in collaboration with theater director Susanne Kennedy. In the exhibition 'MIND IN THE CAVE', Selg now shows new painterly and sculptural works in the context of a walk-in installation that serves as a platform for his first virtual reality production 'I AM (VR)'. The purely virtual play, another cooperation with Susanne Kennedy, created in collaboration with Rodrik Biersteker and Richard Janssen, can be experienced exclusively through the individual use of virtual reality goggles and allows the visitor to go through a journey that is as interactive as it is immersive, ultimately leading to a surprising destination.

As Markus Selg notes, "VR is not only a powerful technology of simulation, ... but a profound reflective tool about human perception and ego consciousness. Who am I? Who is this avatar with whom we identify as I? Do we exist in the physical world or do we exist primarily within the stories our brains tell themselves. Who or what is hallucinating these stories? How do we access a reality outside of our limited sensory perceptions? If we live in our own simulation, how can we interact with others? How do we distinguish between reality and simulation? Is there even a difference?"

Due to current infection control regulations, the exhibition can only be visited by pre-booked appointment. Extended hours apply, Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. You can book your individual appointment by e-mail, by phone or independently via the corresponding registration tool on our website. Pre-registration is obligatory, as is the wearing of a medical mouth-nose covering.

Markus Selg
'MIND IN THE CAVE'
27 March - 17 April 2021

Tamina Amadyar's quite early painting 'malibu', 2015, appears as an almost minimalist interpretation of the Pacific hori...
25/02/2021

Tamina Amadyar's quite early painting 'malibu', 2015, appears as an almost minimalist interpretation of the Pacific horizon northwest of Los Angeles, a seascape in which the sunny yellow prevailing on site meets the rich leafy green of the neighboring hinterland of the same name instead of the actual blue shades of the sky and the sea.

'malibu' by Tamina Amadyar is part of the first BACKSTAGE presentation 'Landscape as Vision' gathering a compilation of works that, despite partly differing genres, formulate a similarly surreal-abstract conception of the common subject.

The new format BACKSTAGE at the gallery will from now on regularly highlight special individual works and series by one or thematically selected works by various artists, independently of the regular exhibition program and both physically in the gallery's showroom and virtually online on the gallery’s website.

The first edition 'Landscape as Vision' will be on view from February 18 to March 20, 2021.

Tamina Amadyar
malibu, 2015
Pigment, glutin on canvas
45,5 × 53,5 cm
18 × 21 in

#taminaamadyar
#guidowbaudach
#malibu

Tamina Amadyar's quite early painting 'malibu', 2015, appears as an almost minimalist interpretation of the Pacific horizon northwest of Los Angeles, a seascape in which the sunny yellow prevailing on site meets the rich leafy green of the neighboring hinterland of the same name instead of the actual blue shades of the sky and the sea.

'malibu' by Tamina Amadyar is part of the first BACKSTAGE presentation 'Landscape as Vision' gathering a compilation of works that, despite partly differing genres, formulate a similarly surreal-abstract conception of the common subject.

The new format BACKSTAGE at the gallery will from now on regularly highlight special individual works and series by one or thematically selected works by various artists, independently of the regular exhibition program and both physically in the gallery's showroom and virtually online on the gallery’s website.

The first edition 'Landscape as Vision' will be on view from February 18 to March 20, 2021.

Tamina Amadyar
malibu, 2015
Pigment, glutin on canvas
45,5 × 53,5 cm
18 × 21 in

#taminaamadyar
#guidowbaudach
#malibu

Out soon! - Be ready to support your local record dealer and get the new album "Sweep It Into Space“ of legendary us ame...
25/02/2021

Out soon! - Be ready to support your local record dealer and get the new album "Sweep It Into Space“ of legendary us american independent rock band Dinosaur Jr. featuring Andy Hope 1930’s painting HEEDRAHTROPHIA 1 on the cover. A real collectors item.

Have a look to the official visualizer 'I Ran Away':
https://youtu.be/JGXxFSWewmw

Out soon! - Be ready to support your local record dealer and get the new album "Sweep It Into Space“ of legendary us american independent rock band Dinosaur Jr. featuring Andy Hope 1930’s painting HEEDRAHTROPHIA 1 on the cover. A real collectors item.

Have a look to the official visualizer 'I Ran Away':
https://youtu.be/JGXxFSWewmw

'Memory Xperiment: Kathy Acker', 2019 directed by Aïda Ruilova at the Virtual Cinema screenings of MoMA 🎥Ruilova's short...
18/02/2021

'Memory Xperiment: Kathy Acker', 2019 directed by Aïda Ruilova at the Virtual Cinema screenings of MoMA 🎥

Ruilova's short film based on the literary work of author Kathy Acker, a young female writer exploring her identity through s*x and writing will be on view Saturday February 20 through Tuesday February 23rd for MoMA members.

In the meantime, have a look at the 11 questions to Aïda Ruilova with Tiffany Frances in The Future of Film is Female (link in bio)!

#aidaruilova
#MoMA
#KathyAcker

'Memory Xperiment: Kathy Acker', 2019 directed by Aïda Ruilova at the Virtual Cinema screenings of MoMA 🎥

Ruilova's short film based on the literary work of author Kathy Acker, a young female writer exploring her identity through s*x and writing will be on view Saturday February 20 through Tuesday February 23rd for MoMA members.

In the meantime, have a look at the 11 questions to Aïda Ruilova with Tiffany Frances in The Future of Film is Female (link in bio)!

#aidaruilova
#MoMA
#KathyAcker

Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet...Due to the renewed extension of the pandemic-related lockdown in Germany un...
11/02/2021

Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet...
Due to the renewed extension of the pandemic-related lockdown in Germany until at least 7 March 2021, we have decided in consultation with the artist to move the exhibition Senorita Latifa Sharifah by Jasmin Werner to early autumn and to open this first solo exhibition of the artist with the gallery at this year's Gallery Weekend *Discoveries on 15 – 19 September. Our next regular exhibition at the gallery will be Markus Selg MIND IN THE CAVE on view 27 March – 17 April 2021. Looking forward to seeing you!

#jasminwerner
#markusselg
#guidowbaudach @ Galerie Guido W. Baudach

UNREAL CITY LONDON Acute Art and Dazed Media presents Bjarne Melgaard virtual sculptures in various locations along the ...
11/12/2020

UNREAL CITY LONDON

Acute Art and Dazed Media presents Bjarne Melgaard virtual sculptures in various locations along the Thames. They will only be viewable through the lens of your smartphone.

Check it out, if u can and celebrate art outside together, in the shared space of the city.

Unreal City will run from December 8 - January 5, 2021.

Bjarne Melgaard
Cheese Man, 2020

Bjarne Melgaard
Lightbulb Man Dressed as Les Sapeurs and Lightbulb Man, 2020

#guidowbaudach

Jürgen Klauke and Tamina Amadyar @bonnerkunstverein 2020 Jahresaufgaben. Now online!.Jürgen KlaukeGemütsverfassung, 2020...
08/12/2020

Jürgen Klauke and Tamina Amadyar @bonnerkunstverein 2020 Jahresaufgaben.
Now online!
.

Jürgen Klauke
Gemütsverfassung, 2020
Lambda Print
45 × 60 cm

Tamina Amadyar
lonely planet, 2020
Pigment, glutin on canvas
80 × 90 cm

#jürgenklauke #taminaamadyar
@tamina__amadyar
#bonnerkunstverein #guidowbaudach @ Bonner Kunstverein

Come by this Sunday at St. Nicholas Day to see Thomas Helbig's solo show 'Die Zukunft der Heiligen''.We are looking forw...
03/12/2020

Come by this Sunday at St. Nicholas Day to see Thomas Helbig's solo show 'Die Zukunft der Heiligen''.
We are looking forward to welcoming you!


The gallery will be open from 12am to 6pm.

#sundayopen
@index_berlin
#guidowbaudach
#thomashelbig

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Thomas Helbig
Der Duft (The Fragrance), 2020
Oil on canvas, artist's frame
152 × 131,5 cm
59 3/4 × 51 3/4 in

@ Galerie Guido W. Baudach

01/12/2020

The new catalog of Thomas Zipp @distanzverlag will be released on December 15, 2020!

For his show at Kunsthalle Gießen (2018), Zipp created one of his distinctively gloomy room scenarios, which reinterpreted the exhibition 'The Family of Man: (1955). While the internationally-famed MoMA presentation coalesced artistic and everyday photography on the premise of global understanding, Zipp parts from this multinational approach by turning the spotlight on his birthplace Heppenheim, a small town in west-central Germany. The visitors were invited to walk through a housing settlement replicated on a scale of 1:1, resembling countrywide, everyday routines and conventions. In addition, the artist showed private photos from estates.

The exhibition catalog documents this extensive installation and performance; it presents a cross-section of Zipp's multifaceted oeuvre and includes works from the past 10 years. With texts by Nadia Ismail and Zdenek Felix among others.

Thomas Zipp
'A23 - Deconstructed Value Systems and Human Psychograms'
272 pages, silkscreen hardcover
21 × 28 cm
German/English
December 2020

#thomaszipp
@thomas.zipp
#distanz
#guidowbaudach

Another year on Planet Earth - Andy Hope 1930 is known for crossing and contrasting his basis in Modernism with stylisti...
01/12/2020

Another year on Planet Earth - Andy Hope 1930 is known for crossing and contrasting his basis in Modernism with stylistic elements from pop culture, namely Comic and Science-Fiction. His practice spans a variety of media with painting and drawing at its centre. Things, forms, properties, techniques, references, genres, attitudes and stories coincide, but without ever giving the impression of being custom-fit, for gaps and inconsistent materials are intentionally allowed to remain. Elisions and proliferations occur, and, most notably, surprising hybrids which move between historic monuments, relics of the contemporary and spectres of futuristic fantasies.

The Young One (Selfportrait with golden hair), 2017
Acrylic on canvas
70 x 60 cm

An Impossible Place, 2018
Acrylic, lacquer and fake wound on board
50 x 40 cm

Marché aux Fleurs, 2019
Acrylic, lacquer on canvas
60 x 50 cm

#andyhope1930
@andyhope1930
#selfportraitpainting
#landscapepainting
#flowerpainting

'It is about an unrecognizability from which something new can re-emerge. Discovering something through concealment, mak...
25/11/2020

'It is about an unrecognizability from which something new can re-emerge. Discovering something through concealment, making something visible by encryption. That is the objective of painting-over, insofar as the different materials and their colors take a step back in favor of the organic whole'. Thomas Helbig

'Die Zukunft der Heiligen'
7.11.-19.12.2020
We are open Tue-Sat, 11am-6pm, presenting also Art Cologne Berlin Offline Viewing in collaboration with Meyer Riegger.

#guidowbaudach
#thomashelbig
#studiovisit
Photo: Pauline Izumi @ Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany

Congratulation to Markus Selg and Rodrick Biersteker for been awarded in the category Stage and Costume the German Theat...
24/11/2020

Congratulation to Markus Selg and Rodrick Biersteker for been awarded in the category Stage and Costume the German Theater Prize 'Der Faust' 2020 to 'ULTRAWORLD', directed by Susanne Kennedy & Markus Selg. 🙌🏼

#markusselg
#rodrickbiersteker
#susannekennedy
@volksbuehne_berlin
#derfaust2020

Today and tomorrow, November 20 and 21, at the galleryARTCOLOGNE@HOMEAt ARTCOLOGNE@HOME Galerie Guido W. Baudach in coll...
20/11/2020

Today and tomorrow, November 20 and 21, at the gallery

[email protected]

At [email protected] Galerie Guido W. Baudach in collaboration with Meyer Riegger is pleased to present works by six contemporary artists of various origins, gender, environment and age claiming diverse positions in the practice of painting and sculpture – Katinka Bock, Peppi Bottrop, Miriam Cahn, Björn Dahlem, Jasmin Werner and Thomas Zipp.

Please come by the gallery or visit our website https://guidowbaudach.com/en/artists/works-available

Looking forward to seeing you!

‘MEMORY XPERIMENT: KATHY ACKER' of Aïda Ruilova in the Summer Short Program of The Future of Film is Female, in partners...
08/07/2020
FOFIF SHORTS — THE FUTURE OF FILM IS FEMALE

‘MEMORY XPERIMENT: KATHY ACKER' of Aïda Ruilova in the Summer Short Program of The Future of Film is Female, in partnership with MoMA.

Online on July 14!

https://www.futureoffilmisfemale.com/fofif-streaming-shorts

July 7: CURTIS and THE REWORKS: BELLY - Tannis SpencerJuly 14: MEMORY XPERIMENT: KATHY ACKER - Aïda RuilovaJuly 16: JAZZ IN WAKANDA - Djaka SouareJuly 21: WHITE SKATE ROCK - Mary DautermanJuly 22: KAMA'ĀINA - Kimi Howl LeeJuly 24: DEEP TISSUE (with event) - Meredith AllowayJuly 28: THE FOLLOWER - ...

Hoffnung auf Erkenntnis, 'Oracle' von Susanne Kennedy und Markus Selg in der Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitunghttps://www.f...
17/06/2020
Theater in München: Auf Privilegienabbitte

Hoffnung auf Erkenntnis, 'Oracle' von Susanne Kennedy und Markus Selg in der Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

https://www.faz.net/aktuell/feuilleton/buehne-und-konzert/susanne-kennedy-markus-selg-enis-maci-theater-in-muenchen-16818087.html

Wer ist an welcher Seite und warum überhaupt? „Oracle“, die neueste Inszenierung von Susanne Kennedy und Markus Selg, und „Wunde R“, eine Körper-Collage von Enis Maci, an den Münchner Kammerspielen.

'Faces and Names' is a group show juxtaposing portrait works of different media, including drawings, collages, photograp...
16/06/2020

'Faces and Names' is a group show juxtaposing portrait works of different media, including drawings, collages, photographs, paintings and one sculpture.
On display are portraits of friends and family members (Tamina Amadyar, Aïda Ruilova, Lucy McKenzie), portraits of celebrities from showbiz and politics (Erik van Lieshout, Roman März, Yves Scherer), self-portraits of artists (Jürgen Klauke, Bjarne Melgaard), portraits of fictional figures, surreal as well as digital imaginations (Thomas Helbig, Andy Hope 1930, Markus Selg), plus - last but not least – some rather conceptual variations of this traditional and still popular genre of the visual arts (Erwin Kneihsl, Jasmin Werner, Thomas Zipp), which has become even more topical again in times when we meet each other more often in the form of moving profile pictures on computer screens than we actually face each other in person.

The exhibition is on view until Saturday 11 July.

Exhibition view 'Faces and Names', Galerie Guido W. Baudach, BerlinOn view until Saturday 11 July!
16/06/2020

Exhibition view 'Faces and Names', Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin

On view until Saturday 11 July!

We are looking forward to participate in the first edition of Sunday Open on May 24th, a new initiative of Berlin galler...
22/05/2020

We are looking forward to participate in the first edition of Sunday Open on May 24th, a new initiative of Berlin galleries organized by Index Berlin, featuring Philipp Modersohn’s solo show “attitudes of heat”. Modersohn's artistic practice follows the aesthetical idea of Mimesis. But he imitates less the visual appearance of nature than its geological form processes. By this, Modersohn preferably uses earthbound materials such as metal and stone, as well as recycling products such as plastics and granules, exemplified in “young stone with future”, a free-standing sculpture inspired by so-called “fulgurites”, root-like glass tubes, which occur in nature when lightning strikes the desert sand. This work and others more are on view until May 30th, 2020. Please stop by at the gallery or – if not in Berlin - visit us online at https://www.guidowbaudach.com

Today, at other times, it would have been our great pleasure to welcome you to Gallery Weekend Berlin 2020 with our long...
01/05/2020

Today, at other times, it would have been our great pleasure to welcome you to Gallery Weekend Berlin 2020 with our long-awaited exhibition "out of the blue" by Tamina Amadyar, showcasing a group of new abstract canvas paintings and, for the first time, a series of more figurative watercolors on paper.
To sweeten your wait until this year´s date of Gallery Weekend Berlin (September 10 to 13) here´s a little foretaste.

Tamina Amadyar
sundays, 2020
Pigment and glutin on canvas
200 x 160 cm

Tamina Amadyar
oostelijk halfrond, 2020
Watercolor on paper
48 x 36 cm

24/04/2020
Philipp Modersohn "attitudes of heat" @rbbKultur

We are very happy to announce that the gallery is re-open to the public since Tuesday, April 21!

During the regular opening hours from Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm, we are looking forward to welcoming you at the exhibition of Philipp Modersohn „attitudes of heat“.

For the German-speakers, please have a look on the interview of the artist by rbbKultur.

Galerie Guido W. Baudach's cover photo
23/04/2020

Galerie Guido W. Baudach's cover photo

Galerie Guido W. Baudach's cover photo
16/01/2020

Galerie Guido W. Baudach's cover photo

ANDY HOPE 1930 im Tagesspiegel!Die Ausstellung HEEDRAHTROPHIA ist bis Samstag, den 21. Dezember, geöffnet. --Der Tagessp...
18/12/2019

ANDY HOPE 1930 im Tagesspiegel!
Die Ausstellung HEEDRAHTROPHIA ist bis Samstag, den 21. Dezember, geöffnet.

--
Der Tagesspiegel, Kunst & Markt, 14. Dezember 2019

Pilz und Plastik

Der Künstler als Fan von Comics, Filmen und Figuren aus der Welt des Horrors und der Science-Fiction. 2018 war Andy Hope 1930 in Japan, ließ sich von der dortigen Popkultur inspirieren und machte Hedorah zum Star seines jüngsten Gemäldeserie „Heedrahtrophia“, die in der Galerie Guido W. Baudach zu sehen ist (Preise: 19 000-55 000 Euro).
Das kaulquappenhafte Wesen, Gegenspieler im japanischen Movie „Godzilla versus Hedorah oder Frankensteins Kampf gegen die Teufelsmonster“ von 1971, fixiert den Betrachter mit glühenden Augen, es trägt ein Gewand aus modrigen Zotteln, verpesteten Pilzen und Plastikschläuchen. Zuweilen gestattet Andy Hope 1930 den Blick in die Gedärme und das Gehirn seines Außerirdischen. Im Gegensatz zur Vorlage lässt der Maler jedoch Hedorah über Godzilla siegen. Ansonsten wären seine Bilder nur der Abklatsch einer Filmstory, und schließlich ist die Kunst frei. Dass Hedorah die Leinwand buchstäblich besudelt, ist nur zu logisch. Vor zwei Jahren war Hope,1963 als Andreas Hofer in München geboren, auf der Venedig-Biennale mit seiner Post-Future-Fiction „Vertical Horizon“ vertreten. Seine Kritik an Klontechnik, Industrievergötterung und Umweltzerstörung, an atomarem Wahn und Amerikagläubigkeit betreibt der Meister in Auseinandersetzung mit der Kunstgeschichte, mit schrottigen B-Movies und Klassikern des cineastischen Gruselkabinetts. Sein Pseudonym „Andy Hope“ verliehen ihm Kommilitonen seiner Londoner Studienzeit. Der Zusatz „1930“ bezieht sich auf eine von ihm definierte Zeitachse: das Ende der frühen Avantgarde und den Beginn der Comic-Ära, für Andy Hope die entscheidenden Bezugspunkte innerhalb seiner künstlerischen Praxis.
In der „Heedrahtrophia“ begegnen wir uns im Endeffekt selbst in der Gestalt toxischer Science-Fiction-Mutanten mit traurigem Blick. Die Zukunft sah auch schon mal besser aus.
Angelika Leitzke
Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Pohlstr. 67; bis 21. Dezember, Di-Sa 11-18 Uhr

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