On 17 June we will open the first group exhibition at GU11.
The following artists will be shown:
Anna Zvyagintseva, Alexander Gdanietz, Amira Hartmann, Theresa Lawrenz, Malte Möller, Stephan Idé, Mathias Weinfurter
Flyer design by Anne Krieger.
June 17, 6 - 10 pm
June 18. - 19. 2022, 2 - 6 pm
ARCHIVE I documents selected projects by Mathias Weinfurter from recent years. The publication features four thematic booklets, each on one of the artist's work series. Each of the four booklets contains an extensive photo documentation and an accompanying text by a different author.
The work series P.P. is approached by the art historian Naomi Rado within the context of architectural power relations. Elena Frickmann, also an art historian, dedicates her text to the project Prinz der Austernpiraten (Prince of the Oyster Pirates), which deals with the relations of labour and resources. The cultural theorist and media sociologist Marc Ries analyses the work Indices, which is based on intervention and installation. Journalist Nils Altland interviewed the artist about the long-term intervention project Status Quo Ladder.
ARCHIVE I was developed and designed by graphic designer Anne Krieger. The title reveals that the publication by no means signifies the conclusion of the projects, but rather records a first intermediate stage in between.
ARCHIVE I can be ordered via mail.
I am excited to be part of the group exhibition in relation to. The exhibition with the focus on positions of young sculptors from Germany will be shown at the Burg Galerie Halle.
Curated by Dr. Jule Reuter and Prof. Rolf Wicker in collaboration with Julia Miorin and Flora Taubner. With works by Charlotte Antony, Simon Baumgart, Maja Behrmann, Leona Blum, Elena Greta Falcini, Suah Im, Sidsel Ladegaard, Lukas Liese, Boohri Park, Catharina Szonn and Mathias Weinfurter.
19 May to 12 June 2022
Exhibition opening: 18 May 2022
Burg Galerie im Volkspark
06114 Halle (Saale)
Thu 7 April to Sun 8 May 2022
Exhibition opening: Thursday, 7 April 2022, 7:00 pm
Introduction: Vivien C. Kämpf
Kunstverein Bellevue Saal
Tue - Fri from 4 pm - 7 pm
Sat and Sun 2 pm - 6 pm
Ruttkowski;68 is pleased to invite you to the tenth edition of its ongoing group show project Mixed Pickles, composed of 35 artists spanning the fields of sculpture, installation, video art, painting and drawing. Hosted in the gallery’s hometown of Cologne, the exhibition follows its non-hierarchical approach towards cutting-edge contemporary art.
The luminous exhibition space of Michael Horbach Stiftung, located in the Southern Quarter of Cologne, allows for free movement and open dialogue between works, combining different places, times, and cultures. Individual artistic statements boldly stand alone, each one lighting up the other in collective unity.
Artists: Adrian Falkner, Alina Vergnano, Ania Hobson, Antwan Horfee, Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Carolin Eidner, Charlotte Klobassa, Conny Maier, David von Bahr, Éva Mag, Fabian Treiber, Frédéric Platéus, Hendrik Beikirch, Henrik Godsk, Jeffrey Cheung, Joakim Ojanen, Kottie Paloma, Laure Mary-Couégnias, Leo Park, Marria Pratts, Mathias Weinfurter, Misaki Kawai, Monica Kim Garza, Oskar Rink, Pablo Tomek, Paloma Proudfoot, Philip Emde, Piet Parra, Saraï Delfendahl, Severin Spengler, Sophia Süßmilch, Stefan Marx, Stefan Strumbel, Stevie Dix and Thomas Wachholz.
With the exhibition Skulpturenpark Neustadt the four art spaces Fonda, Bistro21, Kunsthalle.Ost and IDEAL occupy the large outdoor space of the Bürgergarten at Neustädter Markt. The focus of the collaborative project is the (self-) organization of public urban space and the search for play spaces between the informal development of communally used places and their institutionalization.
The Bürgergarten, one of the last wastelands in the neighborhood, is maintained and designed by Neustädter Markt e.V. and residents on their own initiative and has thus developed into a vital open space. During the project, sculptural and performative works by 16 artists expand and shift the perception of this place and open up questions about collaborative self-organization and community perspectives for the area.
Artists: Christian Bär, Morten Bjerre & Andreas Lorck-Schierning, Max Brück, Philipp Farra, Evgenij Gottfried, Lara Hampe, Kaupo Holmberg, Rafael Jörger, Tobi Keck, Nora Jil Helga Langen, Olga Monina, Lea Schürmann, Manuel Schneidewind, Mathias Weinfurter
October 16 - October 24, 2021
Opening: October 16, 2021, 1 pm
The show features works by: Anton Alvarez, Georg Baselitz, Joseph Beuys, Jenny Brosinski, Anastasia Bay, Lars Eidinger, Philip Emde, Henrik Godsk, Natalja Gontscharowa, Antwan Horfee, Mark Jenkins, Jordan Kerwick, Martin Kippenberger, Markus Lüpertz, Stefan Marx, Christian Rex van Minnen, Joakim Ojanen, A.R. Penck, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, Rudolf Schlichter, Cindy Sherman, Stefan Strumbel, Devin Troy Strother, Fabian Treiber, Tom Volkaert, Thomas Wachholz, Mathias Weinfurter
17 September - 28 November 2021
opening on September 17th
Click here to see the video of the intervention Prinz der Austernpiraten.
I donated a work for Goeben Berlin's group show and fundraiser auction Einmal alles – alles ein Mal.
The show features works by: Artun Alaska Arasli, Magnus Andersen, Maximilian Arnold, Elenia Berreta, Immanuel Birkert, Elisaveta Braslavskaja, Peter Brock, Dennis Buck, Sophia Domagla, Tobias Donat, Dominik Dresel, Sofia Duchovny, Orjan Einarsonn Dosen, Sophie Erlund, Julian Fickler, Fidschi Fischer, Andrew Gilbert, Stefan Haehnel, Max Huckle, Julian Irlinger, Stephen Kent, Max Kesteloot, Eduard Kiesmann, Maximilian Kirmse, Martin Kozlowski, Arthur Löwen, Conny Maier, Mickael Marman, Olga Monina, Lukas Müller, Felix Oehmann, Victor Payares, Sóley Ragnarsdóttir, Ursula Reinard, Natalia Rolon, Hassina Taalbi, Tilo&Toni, Jonas Weichsel, Mathias Weinfurter, Eric Winkler, Ilija Wyller, Jan Zöller
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