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We are happy to share some views of Mira Mann's 'let me tell you en detail (songs of the underwater palace)', performed ...
08/10/2022

We are happy to share some views of Mira Mann's 'let me tell you en detail (songs of the underwater palace)', performed in collaboration with the composer, singer and percussionist Sol-I So (b.1990) on September 29, 2022, at de Appel in Amsterdam.

'mother may recall another', Mira Mann‘s debut solo exhibition with the gallery, is still on view through October 29.





📸 Maarten Nauw

Julia Scher‘s solo exhibition 'Maximum Security Society' is opening now at Kunsthalle Zurich! If you have a chance, go a...
07/10/2022

Julia Scher‘s solo exhibition 'Maximum Security Society' is opening now at Kunsthalle Zurich!

If you have a chance, go and see this compilation of remarkable surveillant architectures from the 1990 to most recent works. The exhibition is up through January 15, 2023.


Julia Scher‘s solo exhibition 'Maximum Security Society' is opening now at Kunsthalle Zurich! If you have a chance, go a...
07/10/2022

Julia Scher‘s solo exhibition 'Maximum Security Society' is opening now at Kunsthalle Zurich!

If you have a chance, go and see this compilation of remarkable surveillant architectures from the 1990 to most recent works. The exhibition is up through January 15, 2023.



Galleries Show II opens on Thursday, October 6, 5pm, at Kraft Studios x Office Baroque in Antwerp. We’d be happy to see ...
04/10/2022

Galleries Show II opens on Thursday, October 6, 5pm, at Kraft Studios x Office Baroque in Antwerp. We’d be happy to see you there!




1) Matthias Groebel, L0397, 1997; Acrylic on canvas; 95 × 95 cm

2) Matthias Groebel
Untitled, 1994; Acrylic on canvas; 95 × 95 cm

3, 5) Matthias Groebel, Avid Signals (Broadcast Material 1989 - 2001), Galerie Bernhard, Zurich (2021)

4) Matthias Groebel
Untitled, 1991; Acrylic on canvas; 95 × 95 cm

feed the spirits (2022) is part of Mira Mann‘s inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery 'mother may recall another', o...
14/09/2022

feed the spirits (2022) is part of Mira Mann‘s inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery 'mother may recall another', on view through October 29.

Looking into transcultural exchange and questioning authorship and appropriation, the artist created this enlarged replica of a cactus display by Bauhaus designer Marianne Brandt, proposed for serial production at the Ruppelwerk in Gotha around 1930, accompanied by a small plaster figural group of an Asian mother with her two children from the hand of Brandt herself.




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1-6 Mira Mann, feed the spirits, 2022; Stainless steel, various objects; 115 × 140 × 125 cm

7&8 Marianne Brandt, Small Chinese Group, Date unknown; Plaster; 13,5 × 16,5 × 9 cm; Collection of Neue Sächsische Galerie Chemnitz

We are beyond thankful for the many of you who showed up yesterday to celebrate the opening of 'mother may recall anothe...
03/09/2022

We are beyond thankful for the many of you who showed up yesterday to celebrate the opening of 'mother may recall another' with Mira and us!

Today, Saturday, September 3, the gallery is open 1-7pm and tomorrow 1-5pm.




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Mira Mann
mother may recall another
September 2 - October 29, 2022
Drei, Cologne
📸 Cedric Mussano

SOON…mother may recall another
Mira Mann
September 2 - October 29, 2022

Opening Weekend in the course of Düsseldorf Col...
29/08/2022

SOON…

mother may recall another
Mira Mann
September 2 - October 29, 2022

Opening Weekend in the course of Düsseldorf Cologne Open Galleries (DC Open):
Friday, September 2, 13.00 – 21.00
Saturday, September 3, 13.00 – 19.00
Sunday, September 4, 13.00 – 17.00


Mira Mann's (b. 1993, German) practice includes time based and site specific modes of working, moving image, and cross-media settings in which Mann explores fictional spaces and storytelling as a medium for visualizing social structures, collective memory, and new narratives within the play of identities. Their discursive scenographies evolve around transcultural relations of human and non-human agents and the glitches they generate between experience and memory, reality and fiction.  

Mann's first solo exhibition at the gallery centers on the eponymous three-channel video mother may recall another (2022) which recounts the story of Shim Cheong, the half-orphaned daughter of a blind man, who sacrifices herself to the sea in order to regain her father's sight. Mann links the story of the pansori tale - a genre of musical storytelling that originated in 17th-century Korea in close relation to local shamanistic ceremonies - with remembered experiences of their own mother. The video was filmed at the Museum of East Asian Art in Cologne as well as in Mokpo, Korea, their mothers hometown, which was largely shaped by the U.S.-backed military dictatorship of the 1970s and Japanese colonialism and which she left at the age of 20.

Looking into transcultural exchange and questioning authorship and appropriation, the exhibition furthermore features Mann’ s enlarged replica of a cactus display by Bauhaus designer Marianne Brandt and proposed for serial production at the Ruppelwerk in Gotha around 1930, as well as a small plaster figural group of an Asian mother with her two children from the hand of Brandt herself.


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Image: Mira Mann, mother may recall another, 2022 (video still)

Anna Virnich's Untitled #94 (2020) is currently featured in the Netflix-mini-series "Kings of Stonks" - a fantastic Diet...
11/08/2022

Anna Virnich's Untitled #94 (2020) is currently featured in the Netflix-mini-series "Kings of Stonks" - a fantastic Dietl-esque Wirecard Persiflage with lots of love for the Rhineland, directed by Jan Bonny. Be sure to check it out!







Anna Virnich, Untitled #94, 2020
Tulle, silk, plastic net, gauze, satin, polyester, yarn on wooden stretch frame
160 × 120 × 3,5 cm

Some views of Phung-Tien Phan's & Niklas Taleb's joint exhibition 'Modernistin'  Bordeaux. The show is curated by Marion...
05/08/2022

Some views of Phung-Tien Phan's & Niklas Taleb's joint exhibition 'Modernistin' Bordeaux. The show is curated by Marion Vasseur Raluy and also features work by Alexander Schöpfel. It is on view through December 31.


During the 2021-22 fall-winter menswear season, Virgil Abloh (1980 – 2021) conceived a scenography that almost completely reproduced the interior of the Mies Van der Rohe pavilion (also known as the Barcelona pavilion). Cold and authoritative, this green marble environment became a pretext for the artists to question our modernist heritage and contemporary relationships to it.

The two artists look sideways, to the edges of the unexpected. Taleb’s photographs only reveal details, the images appearing almost independently of the photographer. Phan’s sculptures are the assemblage of standardised objects that sometimes barely seem modified, simply posed, put on pause. The displacement of objective and the play of scale are enough to provoke a displacement of the gaze, and thus of thought.








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1 Phung-Tien Phan, 1957, 2022
Lamp, straw hat
Various dimensions
& Phung-Tien Phan, 1961/62, 2022
Lamp, straw hat
Various dimensions

2 Phung-Tien Phan, 1957, 2022 (detail)

3 Phung-Tien Phan, 1961/62, 2022 (detail)

4 & 7 Phung-Tien Phan, Site Specific B, 2022
Plastic Sheets, Paper, Tesa 210 × 300 cm

5 Phung-Tien Phan, Site Specific A, 2022
Plastic Sheets, Paper, Tesa 210 × 295 × 70 cm

5 & 6 Niklas Taleb, Dialog (1), 2021
Archival Pigment Print on matte Inkjet Papier, tape
126 × 84 cm

📸 Niklas Taleb

The gallery is closed now for summer! ☀️Stay cool and we look forward to be back on September 2nd for 'mother may recall...
28/07/2022

The gallery is closed now for summer! ☀️

Stay cool and we look forward to be back on September 2nd for 'mother may recall another', Mira Mann‘s inaugural solo exhibition with the gallery, opening in the course of the Düsseldorf Cologne Open Galleries Weekend.

Last week to catch 'The Wig' , including two amazing "Broadcast-Paintings" from the 1990s by Matthias Groebel. The exhib...
24/07/2022

Last week to catch 'The Wig' , including two amazing "Broadcast-Paintings" from the 1990s by Matthias Groebel. The exhibtion is on view through July 31.

Conceived by Gianmaria Andreetta, Richard Sides and Angharad Williams, the exhibition also features photographs by Megan Plunkett from her "CSI-series" and a painting by Williams herself, known from 'The Wig's' inaugural exhibition at our temporary gallery space in Mönchengladbach in 2021.

As a concept The Wig draws on Michel de Certeau’s notion of “La Perruque” introduced by the philosopher in his book The Practice of Everyday Life. Published in 1984 but still relevant today, de Certeau’s writings looked at the issues surrounding the value we attach to objects in contrast to the value we assign to those who make them. To practice “La Perruque” or The Wig, broadly refers to anything done under the guise of work. Extrapolating on the notion of The Wig, the works selected for this exhibition signify a particular kind of surplus, and the accumulated materials leads us to a divergent understanding of what can be extracted from specific environments.

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Matthias Groebel, Untitled, 1993; Acrylic on canvas; 95 × 95 cm / 37 ⅜ × 37 ⅜ in

Megan Plunkett, The Wig (Arthur Office 02), 2021; Digital print on glossy paper, gatorboard; 17,8 × 25,4 cm / 7 x 10 in

Angharad Williams, A dedication: broomstick, 2021
; Acrylic and oil on canvas; 70 × 100 cm / 27 ½ × 39 ⅜ in

📸 Mareike Tocha

Last day to catch 'How (Not) to Fit In – Metaphors of Adolescence'  and the two new sculptures by Phung-Tien Phan includ...
17/07/2022

Last day to catch 'How (Not) to Fit In – Metaphors of Adolescence' and the two new sculptures by Phung-Tien Phan included.

"The exhibition brings together artistic contributions that open up intersectional perspectives on adolescence, as well as on adolescence as a metaphor, for social dynamics.
In addition, common media narratives are questioned and experiences of discrimination and their overcoming are addressed. In the exhibition, the artistic examination of liberation from restrictive life plans, overcoming predefined paths and rejecting stereotypical role models does not lead to an egocentric self-reflection. Rather, it focuses on social structures and the personal confrontation with them. Through the diversity of artistic references, experiences can be experienced that also lie beyond traditional narratives, creating a multi-faceted, critical and differentiated panorama of growing up, puberty and adolescence."

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Phung-Tien Phan, Single Tower, 2022; Speaker, wood, rocks, silk cloth, straw hat, adhesive tape, headphones; 130 × 42 × 42 cm

Phung-Tien Phan, Single Twin (Louis Vuitton), 2022;
Speaker, rocks, silk cloth, Louis Vuitton "Cerise" pochette, adhesive tape, headphones; 112 × 44 × 39 cm

Three more days to see 'Stabler Horizon'…It‘s been an amazing journey. Our utmost gratitude to Whitney Claflin, Rochelle...
14/07/2022

Three more days to see 'Stabler Horizon'…

It‘s been an amazing journey. Our utmost gratitude to Whitney Claflin, Rochelle Feinstein, Fabrice Stroun for their dedication, power and important work, and thanks to our collaborators, foremost Francesca Pia & Leo Lencses.

Thanks also to Camila McHugh Barshee and Artforum for a great review of the show (Link in bio).

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We’ve enjoyed every second of work time amidst this great exhibition!


Stabler Horizon
Whitney Claflin & Rochelle Feinstein
Conceived in collaboration with Fabrice Stroun
April 28 - July 16, 2022






Camila McHugh Barshee visited us on the Fourth of July to see Whitney Claflin’s and Rochelle Feinstein's joint exhibitio...
12/07/2022

Camila McHugh Barshee visited us on the Fourth of July to see Whitney Claflin’s and Rochelle Feinstein's joint exhibition 'Stabler Horizon' and "spend the Independence Day amidst these two New York-based artists' enduring engagement—personal and political, abstract and hyper-specific—with living in America."

The exhibition is up for its final week through July 16!

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Images in the order of appearance:

Installation view: Stabler Horizon, Drei, Cologne, 2022

Rochelle Feinstein, American Sampler / 2020, 2022; Acrylic, acrylic enamel spray paint, hand dyed yarn on cotton; 125 × 125 cm

Whitney Claflin, Chore Chart, 2022; Oil, graphite, ink, colored pencil on canvas; 86 × 86 cm

Whitney Claflin, The Worst TV I Have Ever Owned, 2022; Oil on cotton; 22,5 × 30,5 cm

Rochelle Feinstein, Sequel, 2022; Acrylic, acrylic enamel spray paint, hand dyed yarn on cotton drop cloth; 130 × 130 cm

Whitney Claflin, Neither Behemoth, 2022; Ink, collage on paper; 30 × 22,5 cm

Some views of Julia Scher‘s iconic multimedia environment Wonderland (1998) which has been re-staged  in Montreuil on th...
27/06/2022

Some views of Julia Scher‘s iconic multimedia environment Wonderland (1998) which has been re-staged in Montreuil on the initiative and under the prudent direction of the great .

If you find yourself around Paris between now and July 15, make sure not to miss it!

Wonderland welcomes visitors by the sound of the artist’s authoritative yet soothing voice: ‘Attention. There are live cameras here in Wonderland, recording you… Warning. Your size may change, here in Wonderland. Thank you for coming!’ At the center of the space are two semi-circular child-sized desks arrayed with complex technical equipment and cabling, vintage computer monitors with live surveillance footage, various ephemera—such as bags of White Rabbit Creamy Candy—and Scher’s signature pink guard caps and customized uniforms with embroidered patches reading ‘Security by Julia’. These elements form both the nervous system and the metaphorical rabbit hole of a dystopian vision of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, a reference underlined by the intro notes of Jefferson Airplane’s 1967 song White Rabbit that Scher incorporates in the environment’s soundtrack.
 
On the walls, complementing the central assemblage of technological apparatuses and associative materials, large-scale Duratrans prints depict children—among them American actress and director aged 10—dressed in the same pink uniforms and caps that are neatly folded on the desks. The children, carrying police sticks and other technical equipment which relate to surveillance and supposed security, playfully embody the authority invested in security guards and police officers.

The interactive installation was conceived for children. By placing them in a position of control and authority, Scher reverses the traditional roles adults/children, protectors/protected, while blurring the line between the ideas of surveillance, security, and threat.


Julia Scher
Wonderland, 1998
Courtesy and
📸 Aurélien Mole

Anna Virnich shows a set of three amazing new works  in the course of  which have been developed in collaboration with P...
25/06/2022

Anna Virnich shows a set of three amazing new works in the course of which have been developed in collaboration with Paris based German/French fashion designer Annelie Schubert.

Open today 12-8pm, and tomorrow 12-4pm




Anna Virnich shows a set of three amazing new works K21  in the course of  Open today 12-8pm, and tomorrow 12-4pm—
25/06/2022

Anna Virnich shows a set of three amazing new works K21 in the course of

Open today 12-8pm, and tomorrow 12-4pm



It‘s a crazy hot weekend in Basel. Meet us in the nicely chilled fair hall 1.1 of Messe Basel, where we present Whitney ...
18/06/2022

It‘s a crazy hot weekend in Basel. Meet us in the nicely chilled fair hall 1.1 of Messe Basel, where we present Whitney Claflin‘s hand painted…







Whitney Claflin
Venice Beach, 2011/2022
Enamel on wood; frame
30 × 30 cm

DAY TWO OF LISTEFind us at booth 31, showing new works by Whitney Claflin.—   —Pictured:Hypermagic Merlot, 2022Oil on co...
14/06/2022

DAY TWO OF LISTE

Find us at booth 31, showing new works by Whitney Claflin.







Pictured:
Hypermagic Merlot, 2022
Oil on cotton; 33 × 33 cm

OPENING DAY OF LISTE Find us today until 8pm at booth 31 with a solo presentation by Whitney Claflin! —Liste Art FairMes...
13/06/2022

OPENING DAY OF LISTE

Find us today until 8pm at booth 31 with a solo presentation by Whitney Claflin!


Liste Art Fair
Messe Basel / Hall 1.1.
June 13-20, 2022




Thanks Moritz Scheper for an insightful feature on Matthias Groebel's outstanding practice and pioneering work in the cu...
10/06/2022

Thanks Moritz Scheper for an insightful feature on Matthias Groebel's outstanding practice and pioneering work in the current issue of Mousse Magazine (Link in Bio).

We are extremely happy about the current re-discovery of Matthias Groebel's much too long overlooked work of three decades now, which will result (for now) in the the artist's first institutional solo exhibition at the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, invited by Kathrin Bentele.

This exhibition coincides with the release of a first comprehensive monograph by Edition Patrick Frey, initiated by artist & writer Andreas Selg who also curated Matthias Groebel's recent solo exhibitions 'Avid Signals (Broadcast Material 1989 - 2001)' at Galerie Bernhard in Zurich (2021), and 'Satellites Cast No Shadow' at our Cologne premises (2022).




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