Archives for posts tagged ‘german’

Pierre Huyghe

Pierre Huyghe Work from his recent exhibition at Museum Ludwig. “In The Host and the Cloud, a live ex­per­i­ment was car­ried out over the course of one year in an aban­doned ethno­graph­ic Mu­se­um in Paris. A group of peo­ple were ex­posed to live si­t­u­a­tions that ap­peared ac­ci­den­tal­ly in the en­tire build­ing. The Host and the Cloud […]

Hito Steyerl

Hito Steyerl Work from “How Not To Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational Installation” at Andrew Kreps, New York. “The Andrew Kreps Gallery is pleased to present How Not To Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational Installation, an exhibition by Berlin-based artist Hito Steyerl.  The exhibition features two videos as well as sculptural-photographic objects, and is […]

Federico Acal and Tom Volkaert

Federico Acal and Tom Volkaert Work from I sang, and thought I sang very well; but he just looked up into my face with a very quizzical expression at Hole Of The Fox. “We communicate, we navigate. We walk on the streets and see quizzical expressions. We smile back. We are just figures in the […]

Ingo Mittelstaedt

Ingo Mittelstaedt Work from DORT at Kunsthalle Rostock. “The exhibition deals with a double interplay: on the one hand, Mittelstaedt shows his own works from previous years – interrelating these to each other. On the other hand, he curated works from the collection of the Kunsthalle creating a conduit between him and artists like Kate […]

Tilman Hornig

Tilman Horning Work from his oeuvre. “The central component of the work Before and After: An image about potential Before and After: about the ideas motivation Before and After: I am familiar with mandarins Before and After: December, November, October Before and After: the central component of the work Before and After: I am familiar […]

Halina Kliem

Halina Kliem Work from her oeuvre. “We find here a characteristic logic, the peculiar logic of the “inside out” (‡ l’envers), of the “turnabout,”, of a continual shifting from top to bottom, from front to rear, of numerous parodies and travesties, humili- actions, profanations, comic crownings and uncrownings. Mikhail Bakhtin I have spent all my […]

Harun Farocki

Harun Farocki Stills from “Images of War (at a Distance)” “Harun Farocki: Images of War (at a Distance) marks the first comprehensive solo exhibition of Berlin-based artist Harun Farocki (b. 1944, German-annexed Czechoslovakia) in a U.S. museum, and features the U.S. premiere of Serious Games I–IV (2009–10), a four–part video installation at the center of the exhibition. The […]

Ramon Todo

Ramon Todo Work from his oeuvre. “Using stones and bricks with history and culture of the land, he creats the sculpture of the stones put in polished glasses.” – Art Front Gallery

Jonas Weichsel

Jonas Weichsel Work from his oeuvre. “In his painting, Weichsel deals with the composition of color and surface. He seeks perfection on the basis of abstract and formal concepts. Consist Individual elements are modified, repeated and arranged. Though repeated shapes in the composition, developed each image a very individual effect. isolation, differentiation and precision are […]

Martin Kippenberger

Martin Kippenberger Work from his oeuvre. “”Everything in moderation,” counseled Aristotle. Martin Kippenberger never got this message, as a good friend pointed out after the artist’s death at age forty-four in 1997. Kippenberger’s artistic career—based in his native Germany but encompassing such far-flung locations as Florence, Madrid, Vienna, New York, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, […]