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JENNIFER ALLORA & GUILLERMO CALZADILLA
Title | Scale of Justice Carried by Shore Foam, 2010 Media | Polystyrene, resin, synthetic polymer foam; 380 x 520 x 290 cm; unique Artists | Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla Jennifer Allora, *1974, Philadelphia, PA, United States Guillermo Calzadilla, *1971, Havana, Cuba Live and work in San Juan, Puerto Rico Gallery | Crousel Mobile +33 6 80 65 24 42, +33 6 79 89 39 38 Galerie Chantal Crousel FR - 75003 Paris | 10, rue Charlot Phone +33 1 42 77 38 87 | Fax +33 1 42 77 59 00 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.crousel.com Directors | Chantal Crousel, Niklas Svennung Artwork Description | A readymade scale of justice teeters precariously out of balance atop the turbulent crest of a handcrafted sculpture of foam. This mass of bubbles of gas and air is given solid form through the use of synthetic polymer foam, a chemical substrate found in everything from household, sport, and leisure products to transportation, industrial, and military applications. The image of foam by the seashore has come to occupy the public imaginary more prominently in recent years as a result of countless media depictions of man-made catastrophes – from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico to the now annual flooding worldwide caused by global warming. With these ecological events cutting across national and territorial borders, the scale of justice has become an object of explicit struggle. Presented here in sculptural form, this ephemeral froth stands as the remains of something that has come to pass, frozen in time, with the final balance of the scale left undetermined.
Scale of Justice Carried by Shore Foam, 2010
plaster.nordenhake. in which the word ‘rêve’ (dream) can be read in the bottom pillars of a multi-storied Stonehenge. Sweden Lives and works in Malmö. 2011 Media | Polystyrene.
To R. 2011
. Moderna Museet. From Lucy with Love.com | www. and offers variations. +49 176 18 86 66 80. steel.com Director | Ben Loveless Artwork Description | In his artistic practice.com | www.cristinaguerra.com Director | Stefan von Bartha Guerra Mobile +351 96 302 37 00 Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art PT .M. this gigantic quotation is not merely illustrative but more a trigger for an unpredictable visual and conceptual mise en abyme. 2011 Installation view. new timelines. *1973. 680 x 800 x 230 cm Artist | Christian Andersson.4056 Basel | Kannenfeldplatz 6 Phone +41 61 322 10 00 | Fax +41 61 322 09 09 info@vonbartha. paint. for EVER.291 Lisboa | Rua de Santo António à Estrela. In To R. 33 Phone +351 21 395 95 59 | Fax +351 21 395 95 67 email@example.com .M. Malmö. or at least the writing of it. Christian Andersson identifies unstable moments in history.com | www.11330 Stockholm | Hudiksvallsgatan 8 Phone +46 8 21 18 92 | Fax +46 8 31 18 95 firstname.lastname@example.org. emboding a surrealist dream in the form of a monumental sculpture.M. Stockholm. for EVER. Sweden Galleries | von Bartha Mobile +41 76 317 84 63 von Bartha Garage CH . Andersson makes direct reference to René Magritte’s painting The Art of Conversation (1950). new possibilities.com Director | Cristina Guerra Nordenhake Mobile +46 70 730 82 84.24 | Art Unlimited
Title | To R. for EVER. +49 176 18 86 66 82 Galerie Nordenhake SE . In its overtly theatrical nature.
0. *1935. MA. 243-unit rectangle on floor.80121 Napoli | Piazza dei Martiri 58 Phone +39 081 497 60 72 | Fax +39 081 19 36 01 64 info@alfonsoartiaco. The 243 hot-rolled steel plates were laid out in a rectangular configuration to occupy almost all the available floor in a repeated arrangement.5 x 50 x 50 cm each unit. Quincy. NY. United States Lives and works in New York.alfonsoartiaco.26 | Art Unlimited
Title | 9 x 27 Napoli Rectangle. 0. 2010 Media | Hot-rolled steel. 2010
.com | www. United States Gallery | Artiaco Stand Phone +41 61 699 51 17 Alfonso Artiaco IT .
9 x 27 Napoli Rectangle. not uncommon for the artist whose works often employ the Cartesian grid as a systemic form. or ‘more like roads than buildings. Carl Andre’s floor pieces paved the way beyond Ad Reinhardt’s witticism about sculpture as something you trip over when you step back to look at a painting.’ as the artist once described them. Andre created the 9 x 27 Napoli Rectangle.5 x 450 x 1350 cm total Artist | Carl Andre.com Director | Alfonso Artiaco Artwork Description | Intended to be walked on. For his exhibition at Alfonso Artiaco gallery in September 2010.
com Directors | Rebeccah Blum. LCD monitors. Denmark. 2010 Media | Video installation: raw wood poles. wind.com | www. the wall is pierced by raw wooden posts. +49 178 500 44 50. rope. and sky – with the creatures that populate them. Auder’s poetic approach is rooted in an enduring fascination with the ordinary. United States Gallery | Scheibler Mobile +49 172 217 32 74.28 | Art Unlimited
Title | Dinner Is Served. Sensuous and absurd associations are conjured up in a loosely woven structure echoed by the web of timber poles and sailing rope.aurelscheibler. sand. *1944. seven meters long. Alexander Hattwig In collaboration with Newman Popiashvili Gallery. video projector. The imagery of Dinner Is Served is culled from recent video shoots done at the Krabbesholm Art School in Skive. but also from his archive material spanning the last 40 years. 5 min. constructed wall. At the heart of the installation is a curving wall which is suggestive of a ship that has run aground. approx. Thirteen monitors. NY. when ‘witches’ were burned at the solstice holiday. NY Artwork Description | Michel Auder’s Dinner Is Served draws inspiration from the remote landscape of the Danish coast and the country’s pagan past.
Dinner Is Served. water. France Lives and works in Brooklyn. discreet accomplice or simple observer. 300 x 500 x 1000 cm Artist | Michel Auder. +49 177 823 70 34 Aurel Scheibler/ScheiblerMitte DE . New York. Soissons. 2010
. earth. lashed to the poles. transmit layers of translucent footage juxtaposing the elements – fire. during which he has slipped into a variety of roles: silent participant.10969 Berlin | Charlottenstrasse 2/Durchfahrt Phone +49 30 25 93 86 07 | Fax +49 30 25 93 86 08 office@aurelscheibler.
John Baldessari refers to the end of the Prague Spring via the invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops in the Czech capital. CA. 2000 Installation view
. NY 10019 | 24 West 57th Street Phone +1 212 977 71 60 | Fax +1 212 581 51 87 email@example.com | www. Baldessari appropriates four American films of different genres which were being shown in Los Angeles cinemas on the day of the Prague invasion (August 20. *1931. United States Lives and works in Santa Monica. Instead of directly documenting or portraying these events. United States Galleries | Marian Goodman Stand Phone +41 61 699 51 40 Marian Goodman Gallery US . 1968): The Green Berets (war). The Thomas Crown Affair (love story).mai36.com | www.com Director | Victor Gisler Artwork Description | In the Five 1968 Films (New). edition of 4 + 3 AP Artist | John Baldessari. Rose Lord.8001 Zürich | Rämistrasse 37 Phone +41 44 261 68 80 | Fax +41 44 261 68 81 firstname.lastname@example.org | Art Unlimited
Title | Five 1968 Films (New).com Directors | Andrew Richards. National City. CA. 2000 Media | Multichannel video installation consisting of 5 synchronized DVDs. Lissa McClure.New York. Rosemary’s Baby (horror). Planet of the Apes (science fiction). Leslie Nolen. 140 min.mariangoodman. Alice Kim Mai 36 Mobile +41 76 322 50 24 Mai 36 Galerie CH .
Five 1968 Films (New).
France.50968 Köln | Schönhauser Strasse 8 Phone +49 221 934 88 56 | Fax +49 221 934 88 58 mail@galeriezander.
Candlestick Point. CA. Traces of technical land development – drainage channels and water dams – become visible. 12 color prints.’ The images depict fallow land. edition 4 of 5 Artist | Lewis Baltz.5 cm each. focused and skillfully executed. and the sharp contours of the Californian horizon cut through an almost white sky.com | www. Baltz’s landscape photography could be characterized as a ‘topography of the emptiness of random. where piles of rubble and waste have accumulated in the middle of the prairie. Italy Gallery | Thomas Zander Mobile +49 171 216 40 64 Galerie Thomas Zander DE . 1984 -1988
. The view of the accumulated material and the abstract forms of the eucalyptus trees are both stark and geometric. others are meaningfully charged points in the midst of a vast landscape. As such. these photographic records of the development at Candlestick Point move between social inscription and the open landscape. 1984 -1988 Media | 84 prints: 72 gelatin silver prints. 11 x 14 inches each. remote places. paying tribute to its crucial influence on Conceptual Art since the 1970s. yielding to a typically American theme: the development of territory in the almost infinite prairie. While some piles of rubble in Lewis Baltz’s images may allude directly to the sculptural strategies of Robert Morris or Robert Smithson.galeriezander. *1945. United States Lives and works in Paris. Natalie Gaida Artwork Description | The sociological and analytical rigour of Lewis Baltz’s photography finds itself explicitly set at the core of his series Candlestick Point. Newport. The series Candlestick Point is strongly oriented towards the tradition of Land Art.com Directors | Thomas Zander. 28 x 35. Space is created by a clash of formal precision and remote meaning.32 | Art Unlimited
Title | Candlestick Point. and Venice. damaged.
2011 Media | Video. rue Saint-André-des-Arts Phone +33 1 56 24 03 63 | Fax +33 1 40 46 80 20 galerie@kamelmennour. The door between the two spaces becomes the meeting point of two foreign territories. 2011 Video stills
. Characters wander in two areas. Jessy Mansuy-Leydier Artwork Description | Playing with the codes of documentary films and images obtained by security cameras.34 | Art Unlimited
Title | Boloss. France Gallery | mennour kamel mennour FR .75006 Paris | 47. approx. *1978.com | www. The film reveals that the cheating here is by no means limited to the card table …
Boloss. the film Boloss depicts a poker game punctuated by interviews with the protagonists.kamelmennour. Boloss is elaborated around the figure of the cheater. Marie-Sophie Eiché. 2-channel projection. edition of 5 Artist | Mohamed Bourouissa. aspect ratio 4:3.com Directors | Kamel Mennour. 17 min. Algeria Lives and works in Paris. Blida. the main protagonist of this game. the card table room and a little courtyard.
Buckingham’s work places us where van Hemessen stood in relation to her own painting. 12 min. *1963. NY.New York. but are in fact printed in reverse. Using small hand mirrors. replacing the original whole of the painting with a typology of forms. and viewer.
Caterina van Hemessen Is Twenty Years Old. visitors can decipher them. United States Galleries | Fischer Mobile +49 173 607 26 90.de | www.40233 Düsseldorf | Platanenstrasse 7 Phone +49 211 68 59 08 | Fax +49 211 68 97 80 email@example.com Director | Dorothee Fischer Murray Guy Mobile +1 917 293 35 07 Murray Guy US . 2009
. 2009 Media | 16 mm film installation. edition of 5 Artist | Matthew Buckingham. for a moment. IA. United States Lives and works in New York.com Directors | Margaret Murray. a representation of the activity of looking (as the viewer’s eye might shift from detail to detail). Her image hails the viewer and synchronizes. which is considered the first known self-portrait of an artist depicted working at an easel. dimensions variable. Nevada. revealing a series of contingent ‘reflections’ which draw out a meta-narrative around the painting. our time with hers. ‘reflected’ within the perspective of the present.36 | Art Unlimited
Title | Caterina van Hemessen Is Twenty Years Old. or rather. The texts appear illegible at first. Janice Guy Artwork Description | Matthew Buckingham’s Caterina van Hemessen Is Twenty Years Old takes as its starting point an extraordinary 1548 self-portrait by the Flemish painter Caterina van Hemessen.konradfischergalerie. What is depicted in a portrait is less an idealization of a person and more an idealization of time. NY 10011 | 453 West 17th Street Phone +1 212 463 73 72 | Fax +1 212 463 73 19 info@murrayguy. The film shows enlarged fragments of the portrait. +49 171 473 02 72 Konrad Fischer Galerie DE . artwork. Buckingham’s installation comprises a 16 mm film – reflected by a mirror across the space onto a freestanding screen – and a series of illuminated texts.com | www.murrayguy. marking a complex relation between artist.
ink Artist | Daniel Buren. During the construction phase there was heated debate about Buren’s intervention and about the concept of integrating ancient and contemporary art. it consists of a series of columns arranged in an area of 3. Versione IV‘ Tables of rough wood. paint. *1938. San Gimignano. Buren used the old fencing of the site to create a path that reproduced that of the Palais Royal. contributed to the querelle by writing their comments on the outside of the fence. Entitled Les Deux Plateaux.000 square meters.galleriacontinua.com | www. to whom the artist deliberately chose not to deny a view of the site by erecting a perimeter barrier that was only waist high. Boulogne-Bilancourt. on the inner side. 1986 -1988 Media | Tables of rough wood. 11 Phone +39 05 77 94 31 34 | Fax +39 05 77 94 04 84 info@galleriacontinua. 2010
. 123 x 1480 x 990 cm Work in situ. Autour du retour d’un détour – Inscriptions. France Lives and works in situ Gallery | Continua Mobile +39 348 580 59 96 Galleria Continua IT .com Directors | Mario Cristiani. Galleria Continua. In the 1988 exhibition at Le Magasin in Grenoble. Lorenzo Fiaschi. On the outer side of the fence (the one delineating the walkway) it was possible to read what the passersby wrote. Maurizio Rigillo Artwork Description | In 1986 Buren conceived a permanent work for the courtyard of the Palais Royal in Paris. Passersby. ink. there were contrasting red and white stripes. paint.38 | Art Unlimited
Title | Autour du retour d’un détour – Inscriptions.53037 San Gimignano | Via del Castello. A version of this work is presented here.
Photo-souvenir: ‘Circa il ritorno di una svolta – Iscrizioni.
Germany Lives and works in Zurich.com | www. *1977. Jean-Claude Freymond-Guth Artwork Description | Stefan Burger’s illusive photo installation. Fotomuseum Winterthur
. CH . representation.freymondguth. Müllheim/Baden. In the work. organic physical elements. attention is particularly focused on forces opposing institutional order – for example. Sabbia con aromi. edition of 2 + 1 AP Artist | Stefan Burger. diverse materials.40 | Art Unlimited
Title | Sabbia con aromi. ascending water and diffusing dirt act as physical embodiments of the overflowing ignorance towards the fundamental parameters of space – the horizontal and the vertical – in which art is examined and received. metal. Switzerland Galleries | Bartlett Mobile +44 77 71 80 36 06 Laura Bartlett Gallery GB .London WC1N 2JG | 10 Northington Street Phone +44 20 74 04 92 51 | Fax +44 20 74 30 17 31 mail@laurabartlettgallery. With such ostensible concerns Stefan Burger hyperbolically displays the instability of art’s parameters with elegance and wit. Sabbia con aromi draws a reference line between conventional representations of art and classifications of space and content. and are juxtaposed with a humorous. installation-specific dimensions.laurabartlettgallery. As in many of Burger’s works.
Sabbia con aromi. 2010/11 Installation view. and reception of art in regards to content.com | www. 2010/11 Media | Wallpaper.com Directors | Emma Nilsson. such as water and dirt and the appropriation of (art) spaces by the public.com Directors | Laura Bartlett. combines his interest in photography expanding into space and issues related to production. subversively applied counterpoint. Madeleine Martin Freymond-Guth Mobile +41 76 320 92 89 Freymond-Guth Fine Arts Ltd.8004 Zürich | Brauerstrasse 51 Phone +41 44 240 04 81 | Fax +41 44 240 04 87 office@freymondguth.
Brazil Lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. and wool. The space creates tension.42 | Art Unlimited
Title | What Is ‘World. *1946. acrylic. 200 x 200 x 200 cm each Artist | Waltercio Caldas. Tension creates the world … and other things outside ‘the World. Brazil Gallery | González Mobile +34 699 49 68 75 Galería Elvira González ES . emphasize the similarities between the external and internal spaces of the sculpture. with wool and vinyl on the walls. 170 x 180 x 180 cm
.’ What Is Not. Rio de Janeiro. Elvira Mignoni.’
Lá Dentro.com Directors | Isabel Mignoni. 2010 Stainless steel.es | www.’ Four stainless steel sculptures. others keep their distance.galeriaelviragonzalez. The sculptures are fixed in the space and relate to each other: some works touch one another. 3 Phone +34 91 319 59 00 | Fax +34 91 319 61 24 galeriaeg@entorno. granite. The space between the sculpture/ object is as important as the structure of the work. 2011 Media | Painted stainless steel.28004 Madrid | General Castaños. wool. Fernando Mignoni Artwork Description | The work is based on the situation suggested by what the artist describes as ‘naming the spaces between things. polished metal.
and New York.mai36. Stephan Mobile +43 664 33 88 173 Galerie nächst St.com | www. mirror. production and reproduction. photography. The questioning of reality. as well as of the conditions of art are subjects that Ernst Caramelle has elaborated on since his first exhibitions in the mid-seventies. painting. video. Germany. rue Quincampoix Phone +33 1 42 71 74 56 | Fax +33 1 42 71 74 58 info@galerienelsonfreeman. 400 x 875 x 875 cm Artist | Ernst Caramelle. is joined with a reflection of a mural painting that is not directly visible to the beholder.44 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled. depending on the angle.
Untitled.galerienelsonfreeman.schwarzwaelder. wall painting (pigments. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder AT .at | www. and the contexts of art reception. Austria Lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. and mural art – examines the dichotomies between original and fake.com | www. 2011 Installation sketch
.at Director | Rosemarie Schwarzwälder Nelson-Freeman Mobile +33 6 80 28 78 24 Galerie Nelson-Freeman FR . the perception of art.75004 Paris | 59. His conceptually based oeuvre of diverse media – including drawing. of the reliability of the visible.1010 Wien | Grünangergasse 1/2 Phone +43 1 512 12 66 | Fax +43 1 513 43 07 galerie@schwarzwaelder. NY.com Directors | Peter Freeman.com Director | Victor Gisler nächst St. Hall in Tirol. 2011 Media | Installation. water). Cécile Barrault Artwork Description | We see a view of a painted room that. *1952. United States Galleries | Mai 36 Mobile +41 76 322 50 24 Mai 36 Galerie CH .8001 Zürich | Rämistrasse 37 Phone +41 44 261 68 80 | Fax +41 44 261 68 81 mail@mai36.
com | www. Mulhouse. The process of balancing the mobile is key to this installation.com Directors | Nina Höke. but rather serves as a stockroom for the mobile’s weights.sieshoeke. France Gallery | Sies + Höke Mobile +49 177 773 02 89 Sies + Höke DE . drywall. 2011 Media | Steel. crane. The box does not stand for an architectural space or a pre-conceived design unit. exposes a partial view to its own interior. Both are separate units juxtaposed and connected only by a steel wire. 2010 Steel. Mexico City
.40213 Düsseldorf | Poststrasse 2 + 3 Phone +49 211 301 43 60 | Fax +49 211 13 56 68 post@sieshoeke. The structure of the box. volcanic stone. dimensions variable Artist | Etienne Chambaud. Exclusion). leaving rough edges and exposing the view to the underlying structure. which the artist has extracted from the box’s wall panels. The mobile is balanced with elements of various sizes. France Lives and works in Paris. The elements of drywall that serve as weights and counter-weights are removed by hand from the existing wall units. dimensions variable Architecture and Engineering by Meir Lobaton Corona Installation view. Alexander Sies Artwork Description | The Encored Separation consists of a large-scale mobile suspended from the hall’s ceiling and a room-sized box created from standard art fair wall elements.e. Labor. The white-cube like exhibition space is transformed into mere material ‘balancing’ the work on its edge.
On Hospitality (i. thus pierced and cut open. The box is thus ripped open and shaped by these extracted elements. *1980.46 | Art Unlimited
Title | The Encored Separation.
. color. Mexico Lives and works in Mexico City.com | www. Rafael Rebollar 94.2010 Media | Single-channel HDV projection. sound. a stream of strong poetic images that take us on a trip around permanent and transient scenarios of resistance in Mexico City. Minerva Cuevas has been mapping opposition in Mexico City by recording both its more evident and its inconspicuous signs as a part of a video archive. From this unique footage she developed Disidencia (2010).kurimanzutto. 2008 .48 | Art Unlimited
Title | Disidencia. José Kuri Artwork Description | For several years now. *1975. edition 1 of 5 Artist | Minerva Cuevas. Mexico City.F. 2008 .com Directors | Mónica Manzutto. | Gob. Colonia San Miguel Chapultepec Phone +52 55 52 86 30 59 | Fax +52 55 52 56 24 08 info@kurimanzutto. Mexico Gallery | kurimanzutto Mobile +52 55 52 86 30 59 kurimanzutto MX .11850 México D.
Disidencia. 25 min 43 sec.
Sweden Gallery | Nordenhake Mobile +49 176 18 86 66 80. +49 176 18 86 66 82 Galerie Nordenhake SE . Macbeth.11330 Stockholm | Hudiksvallsgatan 8 Phone +46 8 21 18 92 | Fax +46 8 31 18 95 stockholm@nordenhake. approx.nordenhake. changes in light and shadow build up narrative momentum. Light and shadow create a play of the elements from the outside. Borås. 2011 Media | HD Video installation.com | www. its atmosphere and characteristics become a metaphor for Shakespeare’s play and its eponymous protagonist. Here the interior of a room takes on the identity of a personality as elements from both within and without change the character of the space. Here the room. Sweden Lives and works in Stockholm. Dahlberg uses architecture as a key to accessing memory and psychological states. and the encroachment of nature and weather forces build up a purveying sense of isolation.com Director | Ben Loveless Artwork Description | As in his earlier works.50 | Art Unlimited
Title | Macbeth. 2011 Study for Macbeth
. In this film. edition of 6 + 2 AP Artist | Jonas Dahlberg. Scene I. paranoia – and perhaps madness. 5 x 4 m. *1970.
NY 10013 | 83 Grand Street Phone +1 212 279 92 19 | Fax +1 212 279 92 20 office@teamgal. the installation investigates the architecture of radical politics as well as the contextual nature and latent violence of everyday objects. 2011 Media | Car tires and cast resin. and Tokyo. dimensions variable. *1976.1760 København | Ny Carlsberg Vej 68 Phone +45 32 54 45 62 firstname.lastname@example.org. 2011 Installation view. Stockholm
. Oslo. Caroline Bøge.com Directors | José Freire. Bonniers Konsthall. Japan Galleries | Stærk Mobile +45 40 88 77 66 Nils Stærk DK .com | www. United States.
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GARDAR EIDE EINARSSON
Title | Barricade (Basel). The sculpture takes its form from the civilian barricades constructed in the streets of Bangkok during the city’s politically motivated street fights in the spring of 2010. Lone Weigelt Team Team Gallery US . unique Artist | Gardar Eide Einarsson. Miriam Katzeff Artwork Description | The installation Barricade (Basel) by Gardar Eide Einarsson is made up of found car tires from the city of Basel and cast resin bamboo poles. NY.dk | www.teamgal. Rendered in the artist’s signature black-and-white palette.dk Directors | Nils Stærk. Norway Lives and works in New York.New York.
NY 10011 | 547 West 21st Street Phone +1 212 255 11 21 | Fax +1 212 255 55 63 email@example.com | Art Unlimited
Title | Stamps with Paintings Media | 180 stamps in passepartouts. Stamps with Paintings is a set of 180 original stamps (no copies) from post offices worldwide. Mari Spirito. Mariko Munro Artwork Description | Featuring paintings of nudes.New York.
Stamps with Paintings
. 4 x 6 inches each Artist | Hans-Peter Feldmann. lives in Düsseldorf. Germany Gallery | 303 Gallery 303 Gallery US . Barbara Corti.com | www.303gallery.com Directors | Lisa Spellman. Each stamp is glued in a small paper frame. *1941.
. Steve Henry Artwork Description | In 1972 Dan Flavin first began developing the barred corridors. is an eightby-eight foot installation of paired pink and yellow light fixtures installed back to back. installed in a corridor 8 feet high and 8 feet wide Artist | Dan Flavin.1996 Born in Jamaica.56 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled (to Barry. 8 feet high. Chuck and Leonard). NY. The square or rectangular configuration of the lights also allowed Flavin to refer to the picture plane of painting and the idea of perspective.
Untitled (to Barry. 1972 .com Directors | Paula Cooper. 1933 . Untitled (to Barry. Mike. corridor. Mike.New York. NY. NY 10011 | 534 West 21st Street Phone +1 212 255 11 05 | Fax +1 212 255 51 56 sph@paulacoopergallery. This important and unique work is one of only five made by Flavin during his lifetime. Chuck and Leonard) from 1972 .paulacoopergallery. which are specially constructed hallways bisected by a barrier of lights. The corridors allowed the artist to extend his experiments with intermingling and contrasting background and foreground colors in a contained environment. Chuck and Leonard). Mike. 1972 . United States Gallery | Cooper Mobile +1 917 860 26 81 Paula Cooper Gallery US .1975 Media | Yellow and pink fluorescent light. died in Riverhead. United States. 8 feet wide.com | www.1975.
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Title | Hanging Piece. South Africa Lives and works in Brussels.London W1S 3AN | 25-28 Old Burlington Street Phone +44 20 74 94 14 34 | Fax +44 20 74 94 14 31 firstname.lastname@example.org Johannesburg | 163 Jan Smuts Ave.com Directors | Stephen Friedman.com | www. Belgium Galleries | Continua Mobile +39 348 580 59 96 Galleria Continua IT .com | www. Lorenzo Fiaschi.com Director | Liza Essers Rodolphe Janssen Mobile +32 475 47 14 02 Rodolphe Janssen BE .stephenfriedman.com | www.1050 Bruxelles | 35 rue de Livourne Phone +32 2 538 08 18 | Fax +32 2 538 56 60 info@galerierodolphejanssen. *1968.
Hanging Piece.com | www. while also remarking on the essence of human nature when placed in extreme circumstances. targeting any car passing beneath. Johannesburg. David Hubbard. Joanna Stella-Sawicka Goodman Gallery Goodman Gallery ZA . 1993 Media | Bricks suspended on nylon rope. Maurizio Rigillo Friedman Stand Phone +41 61 699 50 22 Stephen Friedman Gallery GB .com Director | Rodolphe Janssen Artwork Description | Kendell Geers’s Hanging Piece (1993) alludes to acts of violence carried out by young people who suspended rocks from motorway bridges at car windscreen height during apartheid South Africa.com Directors | Mario Cristiani. 1993
.53037 San Gimignano | Via del Castello. The installation references this indiscriminate violence and the regime that ignited it. 11 Phone +39 05 77 94 31 34 | Fax +39 05 77 94 04 84 email@example.com. Parkwood Phone +27 11 788 11 13 | Fax +27 11 788 98 87 jhb@goodman-gallery. unique Artist | Kendell Geers.
Impenetrable. this cube which appears so delicate from a distance actually consists of barbed wire rods.53037 San Gimignano | Via del Castello.galleriacontinua.com Directors | Jay Jopling.60 | Art Unlimited
Title | Impenetrable. fishing wire. Maurizio Rigillo White Cube White Cube GB . 300 x 300 x 300 cm Artist | Mona Hatoum. Beirut. but at the same time it has a physicality that possesses the space. Tim Marlow. Susan May Artwork Description | Impenetrable appears to float in the space: a delicate and precariously suspended cube. However.whitecube. 11 Phone +39 05 77 94 31 34 | Fax +39 05 77 94 04 84 info@galleriacontinua. The barbed wire is a deadly encumbrance but at the same time an ethereal and astonishing structure of minimal form. Lorenzo Fiaschi.London N1 6PB | 48 Hoxton Square Phone +44 20 79 30 53 73 | Fax +44 20 77 49 74 70 firstname.lastname@example.org | www. wonder. Germany Galleries | Continua Mobile +39 348 580 59 96 Galleria Continua IT . and fragility with those of danger and fear. and juxtaposes notions of magic. 2009 Media | Black finished steel. 2009
. and Berlin. on closer inspection.com | www. *1952. Lebanon Lives and works in London. This floating cube is ghost like.com Directors | Mario Cristiani. United Kingdom.
A tiny particle that becomes a cosmos. Searching for a lost space. rue Saint-André-des-Arts Phone +33 1 56 24 03 63 | Fax +33 1 40 46 80 20 galerie@kamelmennour. space. Becoming this void. Mapping the void versus Mapping the Studio of Nauman.com Directors | Kamel Mennour. Nijinsky’s L’après-midi d’un faune (The Afternoon of a Faun).kamelmennour.com | www. 7 min 54 sec. Jessy Mansuy-Leydier Artwork Description | ‘Stuttering language. this space. Tweaking the walls. St. 2010 Media | Video. Switzerland Gallery | mennour kamel mennour FR . *1976. Gingolph. a history of the movement. a no-space. edition of 5 Artist | David Hominal. Marie-Sophie Eiché. 2010 Video stills
. France Lives and works in Zurich.75006 Paris | 47. Entering into a space.’ (David Hominal)
L’après-midi d’un faune. slant way. an abstraction. a mental space. From all Greek movements. Digging into a kind of mental emptiness.62 | Art Unlimited
Title | L’après-midi d’un faune.
Position. Edenblock yoke together references that are geographically. Tragedy.-H. 2011 Media | 4 drawings. Jaccaud CH . an aerial view captured by a drone over Afghanistan. 2011 Studio shot (detail)
. 271 x 400 cm each Artist | Alain Huck.ch | www. memory play off an immersive setting. the veil that blurs and darkens yet also reveals these images give the onlooker an uncomfortable sensation of being confronted with forces beyond himself. Nebula. the time when the eyes and spirit waver: dreams. the light of dawn. a dark mass dilated on the central pages of Euripides’s Bacchae. and culturally remote: a triumphant baroque setting pierced by the Crab Nebula. charcoal on paper. historically. the swaying back and forth between the viewpoints of the different works. Individually. reality.ch Director | Pierre-Henri Jaccaud Artwork Description | Tragedy or Position is a set of four monumental charcoal drawings. *1957.1205 Genève | Vieux-Grenadiers 9 Phone +41 22 321 61 61 | Fax +41 22 321 02 33 info@skopia. Each drawing is autonomous yet submitted to the same obscure. disturbing light. Switzerland Gallery | Skopia Stand Phone +41 61 699 51 46 | Mobile +41 79 611 56 72 Skopia P.
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Title | Tragedy or Position. Vevey.skopia. The work’s monumental dimensions. Switzerland Lives and works in Lausanne. a concentration of vegetation in a tropical green house.
The observer is confronted with the work in direct proximity. dispersion.com Director | Stefan von Bartha Artwork Description | In many of his works. precision and displacement.
Abhang.4056 Basel | Kannenfeldplatz 6 Phone +41 61 322 10 00 | Fax +41 61 322 09 09 info@vonbartha. In Grat the lacquered rhombic and triangular chipboard panels fitted together give the impression of a highly abstract landscape. Swiss artist Daniel Robert Hunziker explores the interaction between artificial and natural. As if disarranged by internal forces. Walenstadt. dimensions variable Artist | Daniel Robert Hunziker. the construction seems regular and precise – but this widespread schematic landscape hardly allows for the distance required to view it. The seams. scantling. they pile up to support the impression of an ongoing and dynamic compaction. clear coat. even though all of them are painted in the same hue. previously joined parallel to one another. +41 76 317 84 63 von Bartha Garage CH . Switzerland Gallery | von Bartha Stand Phone +41 61 699 51 08 | Mobile +41 79 320 76 84. 2011 Media | Chipboard. prove to be slightly displaced and distorted.vonbartha.com | www. *1965. 310 x790 x 910 cm Detail shot. Switzerland Lives and works in Zurich. von Bartha Garage
. however. static and dynamic. square timber. similar to the tectonic composition of the Earth’s mantle. and an overview seems all but prohibited. Viewed from a distance. this stored energy is articulated in the joints of the surface. the different colored individual panels appear to be the result of the illumination by natural and artificial light. This gives the work elevated tension and physical presence. On closer inspection. Manifest as fractures and displacement. the ends push against one another. paint.66 | Art Unlimited
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Title | Grat. 2010 Press board. surface and matter. +41 79 277 03 70.
in turn. 2010 Installation views
. Sean Kelly Gallery had commissioned a short story from Tóibín inspired by Innes’s work. The exhibition is accompanied by a full color.com Directors | Jane Hamlyn. The resultant installation is comprised of these watercolors with excerpts from Tóibín’s story. 232 . Ireland. United Kingdom Lives and works in Edinburgh. United States Galleries | Frith Street Frith Street Gallery GB .London W1F 9JJ | 17. 2010 Media | Installation Artists | Callum Innes & Colm Tóibín Callum Innes.com | www. Susanna Beaumont Kelly Stand Phone +41 61 699 51 97 Sean Kelly Gallery US .frithstreetgallery.18 Golden Square Phone +44 20 74 94 15 50 | Fax +44 20 72 87 37 33 email@example.com | Art Unlimited
CALLUM INNES & COLM TÓIBÍN
Title | water /colour. NY 10001 | 528 West 29th Street Phone +1 212 239 11 81 | Fax +1 212 239 24 67 firstname.lastname@example.org | www. United Kingdom Lives and works in Dublin. and. United Kingdom Colm Toíbín.page book.skny. which includes reproductions of the complete group of watercolors and Tóibín’s story in its entirety.com Directors | Cécile Panzieri. *1962. Enniscorthy. and New York. NY. *1955.
water / colour. Edinburgh. Innes produced 101 watercolors in response to the text. Maureen Bray Artwork Description | water / colour is a collaborative project between the artist Callum Innes and the writer Colm Tóibín.New York.
in the end. binoculars.
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INSPECTION MEDICAL HERMENEUTICS
Title | The Pipe or The Alley of Longevity. On the left and right sides of the tube are two galleries of portraits: old men whose age (shown on the portrait itself) increases to astronomical numbers on one side. one sees a cozy little room with miniature furniture. which ends in the coziness of the home of the other world. 1995 Media | Installation: 22 drawings. Light shimmers at one end and. the closeness to the tunnel. For the old men. and on the other side are schematic drawings of unborn babies whose ‘minus-age’ decreases rapidly as they move away from being born into the timeline of negative time. separates the old men stuck in immortality from the ‘children’ stuck in pre-birth. Nadia Totskaya Artwork Description | Originally produced by the group Inspection Medical Hermeneutics in 1995. if you look into the tube with the binoculars provided.105120 Moscow | 4th Syromyatnichesky pereulok 1 Phone +7 495 228 13 30 moscow@reginagallery. positioned parallel. Mike Ovcharenko.com | www. Moscow. 1995 Installation drawing
. from death itself. This leads to the old tradition of putting one’s hope in death as the ultimate medicine for all illnesses and. The tunnel. Russia Gallery | Regina Regina Gallery RU . is the source of longevity.reginagallery. the installation The Pipe or The Alley of Longevity symbolizes the cessation of birth and death. In the center of a big room is a long black tube hanging from the ceiling. All this creates a ‘quasi-Fedorov’ situation. doll’s house furniture Artists | Inspection Medical Hermeneutics (Pavel Pepperstein and Sergey Anufriev) Formed in 1987.com Directors | Vladimir Ovcharenko. plastic pipe.
that creates the possibility. *1954. Daniella Betta Artwork Description | ‘The viscous. the artobject is both kinetic and mimetic. 2008 Media | Resin. leaving traces of its being on walls and floors. and the making of art becomes an endless act of attrition that flays the incarnate material. bloody mass assumes its shape as artobject only by losing its bodyweight. 2008
. in the act of becoming a work of art.’ (Homi K. It is this fissionary act. of a new future. that is engendered through the splitting of the object. It becomes a presence in the world.galleriaminini. however. 300 x 600 x 150 cm Artist | Anish Kapoor.72 | Art Unlimited
Title | Push – Pull. fraught though it may be. and steel. (…) If we return to the formative gesture of Kapoor’s work and note the continual torsion that exists at the heart of ‘objectness’ – the tension between the kinetic and the mimetic. United Kingdom Gallery | Minini Mobile +39 335 23 38 17 Galleria Massimo Minini IT .it | www. Bhabha)
Push – Pull. Mumbai.25128 Brescia | Via Luigi Apollonio 68 Phone +39 030 38 30 34 | Fax +39 030 39 24 46 info@galleriaminini. In each of these instances. But it is the wont of Kapoor’s creations to find their way back from the future to the mimetic realm of the present. paint. What drives the life cycle of Kapoor’s sculpture is what he repeatedly calls the ‘nonobject’: it is the emergence of new space that is also a virtual or negative space. when it creates ‘new’ virtual spaces by splitting the object itself with a fissionary force: the waxwork shedding itself. India Lives and works in London.it Directors | Massimo Minini. wax. an object of visuality. between material and object – we will see something of the oblique obligation that art bears to society.
*1984. A process commonly used to create shiny silver surfaces for jewelry or silverware. electroplating involves using electrical current to fix a layer of metallic material onto an object. These paintings have no color. no. ‘Jacob Kassay. his canvases transform blankness into aura and emptiness into reflection. creating burn marks around the edges of the silver paintings. NY. In fact. Lewiston. rue des Arquebusiers Phone +33 153 60 90 30 | Fax +33 153 60 90 31 info@galerieartconcept. 68 x 36 inches each Artist | Jacob Kassay.com Director | Xavier Hufkens Artwork Description | ‘Just twenty-six years old. shadows.1050 Bruxelles | Rue Saint-Georges 6 .com | www.75003 Paris | 13.com Director | Olivier Antoine Hufkens Xavier Hufkens BE . it emerges with a reflective silver surface. bathed. With the click of a shutter. With their shimmering silver surfaces.’ (Excerpt from Anthony Hubermann. NY. they take on all the lights.’ in Mousse Magazine. 24)
Untitled. Familiar with the chemical reactions involved. but as objects in space. of course. the artist began plating a series of primed canvases. The chemical process singes any parts of the canvas that are left unprimed and exposed to the chemical solution. United States Lives and works in New York. These are paintings about the experience of being in a room with a painting. 2011 Media | 10 paintings: acrylic and silver deposit on canvas. Kassay’s training is in photography. but the entire photographic process.xavierhufkens. United States Galleries | Art : Concept Mobile +33 614 48 67 45 Art : Concept FR . and fixed. New York-based artist Jacob Kassay pursues the lineage of paintings as places for light and shadow.74 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled. Kassay considered putting a painting through the photographic development process of being dipped. 2011
. and images of their surroundings. the camera projects light onto its film. Working with an electroplater in Pennsylvania. is about capturing lights and shadows. By painting a canvas with a thin layer of acrylic primer – making the surface of the fabric impermeable and able to hold the metallic deposit – and dipping it into a silver-electroplating tank.com | www. and no image.galerieartconcept. no paint. colors.8 Phone +32 2 639 67 30 | Fax +32 2 639 67 38 info@xavierhufkens. and the subsequent chemical process fixes the image into place.
edition of 3 + 1 AP Artist | Katarzyna Kozyra. Berlin
The Rite of Spring. Monika Branicka Artwork Description | Taking the larger questions of dance and performance art from a historically informed and critical perspective into consideration. The naked dancers’ ambiguous gendering also pushes the work further into critique. sound. 1999 . of 12.2002 Media | Multi-channel video projection. Poland. Warsaw. The task of the chosen victims in Nijinski’s ballet was to perform a dance to the death.zak-branicka.com ˙ Directors | Asia Zak. takes its title from a ballet scored by Igor Stravinsky and originally choreographed by Vaclav Nijinsky in 1913. to rise again as if through the music and to begin anew the Sacrificial Dance. as connotations of virginity and definitions of beauty and biology are challenged. eventually they fall down from exhaustion and remain still. embellished dancers to fill the roles of Nijinsky’s idealized virgins to question our assumptions about the limits of the body and its transformations over time. 4 min 50 sec. Technical support by Eidotech.000 photos according to ‘The Dance of the Chosen Victim.’ from The Rite of Spring. She used elderly. Poland Lives and works in Warsaw.2002 Installation view. In Kozyra’s interpretation the chosen victim dies in order to be animated according to the artist’s will. Germany ˙ Gallery | Zak Branicka Mobile +49 177 501 81 90 ˙ Zak Branicka DE . and Berlin. frame after frame. Within three years Kozyra has animated and edited together of a sequence of movements. Katarzyna Kozyra’s The Rite of Spring (a seven-screen video installation). color.com | www.76 | Art Unlimited
Title | The Rite of Spring. Warsaw
. *1963. Zache National ¸ta Gallery of Art. The dancers movements are organized in mystical circles and squares.10969 Berlin | Lindenstrasse 35 Phone +49 30 61 10 73 75 | Fax +49 30 61 10 73 75 mail@zak-branicka. 1999 .
The work bears testimony to intense physical labor by visualizing the exhausting efforts. By using old. his exhibitions also have the materiality and appearance of a bygone time. Łódž.johnengalerie. Poland Lives and works in Lublin. Kus ´mirowski’s presentation reverses the process of perception and translates Malevich’s arduous intellectual process into a weighty analogy.de | www. In Malevich Square the purity and essential reduction inherent to Malevich’s work gets turned inside-out: Kus ´mirowski’s interpretation presents a black square as a physically manifest. The aspect of the artist’s pain that Malevich intentionally hid from the viewer becomes the center of attention.78 | Art Unlimited
´ ROBERT KUSMIROWSKI
Title | Malevich Square. 2011 Black-and-white photograph. 2011 Media | Mixed-media installation and performance. 50 x 37 cm
.de Directors | Jörg Johnen. *1973. dimensions variable Artist | Robert Kus ´mirowski. Kus ´mirowski aims at exploring phenomena in art that are usually invisible and undiscovered and – as they are part of the creative process – barely tangible before the decisive idea for the artwork-to-be.
Bitumiarz/Bitumen Worker.10117 Berlin | Marienstrasse 10 Phone +49 30 27 58 30 30 | Fax +49 30 27 58 30 50 mail@johnengalerie. archaic techniques and equipment. haptic counterpart to the delicate. not unlike those undertaken by workers tarring the streets. Poland Gallery | Johnen Mobile +49 171 218 23 60 Johnen Galerie DE . elusive original. Manuel Miseur Artwork Description | Robert Kus ´mirowski reconstructs historical artefacts and settings to examine and manipulate historical themes. Cornelia Tischmacher. With his work Malevich Square.
com Directors | Monika Sprüth.com Directors | Yvon Lambert. rue Vieille du Temple Phone +33 1 42 71 09 33 | Fax +33 1 42 71 87 47 email@example.com. Paris FR .com | www.
Light and Dark (adjusted to fit). Bronxville. NY 10011 | 519 West 24th Street Phone +1 212 206 71 00 | Fax +1 212 337 00 70 gallery@metropictures. Séverine Waelchli Metro Pictures Mobile +1 917 576 14 06 Metro Pictures US . Olivier Bélot.New York. Helene Winer. 2010/11
.com | www.75003 Paris | 108.10178 Berlin | Oranienburger Strasse 18 Phone +49 30 28 88 40 30 | Fax +49 30 28 88 40 52 info@spruethmagers. Manuela Mozo Sprüth Magers Stand Phone +41 61 699 52 37 Sprüth Magers Berlin DE . NY. United States Lives and works in New York. and installed with the exposed edges of the wall acting as the mat of the image.80 | Art Unlimited
Title | Light and Dark (adjusted to fit).yvon-lambert. Tom Heman. Philomene Magers. Franziska von Hasselbach. NY.com Directors | Janelle Reiring. Allison Card. United States Galleries | Lambert Yvon Lambert. printed on vinyl.com | www. 2010/11 Media | Adhesive wall material Artist | Louise Lawler. *1947.metropictures. Iris Scheffler Artwork Description | A photograph taken at Christie’s auction house in New York in November 2010 has been stretched in proportion to the wall of Art Unlimited.
internal memoranda. Healey.82 | Art Unlimited
Title | Concrete Vache.London EC1V 9HX | 49-59 Old Street Phone +44 20 72 51 61 14 | Fax +44 20 76 08 24 14 art@cabinetltd. produced. the MK Gallery.’ (Barrett Watten. like stuff. but turning into things. edition of 2 Artist | Mark Leckey.co. like a human search engine. 2010 Installation view.uk. Plasma. The self-contained construction suggests a form of automatism. as if the imagery is machine-made. Material generated from within an institution. Liverpool. Milton Keynes. and press files. United Kingdom Gallery | Cabinet Mobile +44 77 11 06 69 35. United Kingdom Lives and works in London. *1964. 2010 Media | Mixed-media installation. MK Gallery.cabinet.
Concrete Vache. Milton Keynes
. The soundtrack can either function as a narrative accompaniment to the installation as a whole or to the film with which it coincides. ‘The voice isn’t saying something. Andrew Wheatley Artwork Description | Notes on Concrete Vache Concrete Vache is a film and installation composed entirely of images copied from the catalogs and documentation files of a public art gallery.com Directors | Martin McGeown. in this case. was simply sent a series of verbal visions that were then returned as drawings. The voice-over is similarly composed from catalog texts. 1979) A series of drawings.demon. executed by professional cartoonist Lee Healey. +44 79 50 92 01 26 Cabinet GB . video: 17 min 41 sec.uk | www. represent a sort of surrogate automatism.
. United States Lives and works in New York. Worshippers come to this site to mourn and bemoan the destruction of the Temple. Jill Silverman Van Coenegrachts Artwork Description | Untitled (Wailing Wall) is part of an installation titled God Machines composed of three immense works dedicated to the three major monotheistic world religions. 304.
Untitled (Wailing Wall).75003 Paris | 7.). Each of these monumental works is a multi-paneled iconic depiction of a sacred space: Mecca in Saudi Arabia. *1953.5 cm Artist | Robert Longo.net Directors | Thaddaeus Ropac. said to be the last existing remnant of the Second Temple built around the time of Herod (19 B. St. rue Debelleyme Phone +33 1 42 72 99 00 | Fax +33 1 42 72 61 66 galerie@ropac. is one of the most sacred sites in Judaism.84 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled (Wailing Wall).C. and the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem.net | www. NY. NY. The abstract minimalist depiction of the Wailing Wall. Brooklyn. 2011 Media | Charcoal on mounted paper.8 x 825.ropac. United States Gallery | Ropac Stand Phone +41 61 699 53 95 Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac FR . Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
at night.’ (Vera Lutter)
Installation rendering of Folding Four in One. Constructed on a rectangular footprint. 2009 Media | Film between 2 sheets of plexiglass (4 pieces). United in an architectural setting. When navigating the space. and the highest part of the building is perfectly square with each side housing an enormous clock.gagosian. different perceptions of the four vistas unfold. transform the site of inscription into a new experience. the interior space illuminates the clock faces. blending in and out of one another and the space in which they are installed.86 | Art Unlimited
Title | Folding Four in One. I had waited a good 14 years for this opportunity. Kaiserslautern. *1960. each side of the building faces exactly one of the directional poles on the compass. The glazed clocks give way to a view onto four different neighborhoods while time unfolds in the spinning indicators of the clock. 2009
. Each corner is opened to allow the viewer to engage within the pavilion of image and time. 96 ⅞ x 96 ⅞ inches each. Backed with clear glass.com Artwork Description | ‘Number 1 Main Street. Folding Four in One is a project I realized in the summer of 2009 as an installation of four images taken from the Clock Tower’s interior. 246 x 246 cm each Artist | Vera Lutter. the large clock-windows illuminate the space within.New York. the four suspended plexi-panels. During the day. the clock faces allow for an exchange of light. NY. United States Gallery | Gagosian Gagosian Gallery US . organized in a square formation.com | www. NY 10075 | 980 Madison Avenue Phone +1 212 744 23 13 | Fax +1 212 772 79 62 newyork@gagosian. is an old warehouse building in Brooklyn crowned by a massive Clock Tower. Germany Lives and works in New York.
B. The tapestry weaves a specific American narrative with economic and nationalist mythologies of the American landscape and character.com | www. to the left is a Tea Party demonstrator whom Macuga photographed while visiting a Tax Day demonstration last year at the state capitol in St. Liz Mulholland.88 | Art Unlimited
Title | Lost Forty. 426 x 1475 cm. Timo Kappeller Artwork Description | Goshka Macuga’s Lost Forty is monumental black-and-white woven tapestry that depicts a 40-acre tract of land in northern Minnesota’s Chippewa National Forest – an old-growth forest that survived logging due to a surveyor’s error in 1882. Walker. Warsaw. sipping cocktails at a 1965 Walker event. Poland Lives and works in London.New York.com Directors | Andrew Kreps. Former Walker director Martin Friedman appears with Marcel Duchamp. edition of 2 + 1 AP Artist | Goshka Macuga. Paul holding up a protest sign. NY 10011 | 525 West 22nd Street Phone +1 212 741 88 49 | Fax +1 212 741 81 63 contact@andrewkreps. the tapestry offers potent critiques of the frontiersman myth. In October 2010. who stands in the foreground. 2011 Media | Tapestry. and Native American children from Cass Lake in Northern Minnesota plant a tree.’ Within the tapestry. such as T. 2011
. the Walker institution’s founder and legendary lumber baron. known as the ‘Lost Forty. Macuga visited and photographed these woods. *1967.
Lost Forty. United Kingdom Gallery | Kreps Mobile +1 415 713 07 83 Andrew Kreps Gallery US . Drawing upon lumber-industry publicity photographs taken by Berenice Abbott in the 1940s. Macuga has collaged images of individuals related to her research.andrewkreps.
Kreppa Babies. and pantheistic faith.com | www. and Milan. edition of 7 + 2 AP Artists | Masbedo Nicolò Massazza. and the ancestral customs of a community imbued with a strong sense of identity and belonging. literally the ‘children of the crisis. 2010
. whilst highlighting the emotional and aesthetic aspects of life and the world – those elements which. dimensions variable. *1970. Italy Gallery | Noire Mobile +39 339 715 81 65 Noire Contemporary Art IT . a work of art can never be without. amplified stereo sound. myths. 27 min 38 sec. Germany. Silvia Chessa Artwork Description | This video installation goes beyond the scope of the traditional art video and may be considered a ‘documentary’ that tackles several important civil and social themes.marconoire. The result is a moving portrayal of life in Iceland.com Directors | Marco Noire.10152 Torino | Via Piossasco 29 Phone +39 011 536 40 00 | Fax +39 011 919 12 34 info@marconoire. Sarzana.’ taking their first steps on a terrain that has become inhospitable and treacherous due to the recent socioeconomic upheaval worldwide. such as the utopian ideal and its relative failure. *1973. 2010 Media | Video and sound installation. Italy Live and work in Berlin. according to the artists. Italy Jacopo Bedogni.90 | Art Unlimited
Title | Kreppa Babies. The Kreppa Babies are the clearest manifestation of a historical nemesis: where the crimes of the fathers – guilty of having wholeheartedly adhered to the western capitalistic system and having passively succumbed to the magnetic lure of the United States – must inexorably be paid for by their children. All this forms the cultural and economic backdrop for a whole generation of Kreppa Babies. Milan. 5-screen rear projection: 5 DVD players. where aspects of both an anthropological and a folkloristic nature are condensed: the illusion of affluence spread at all levels of society.
through this work. each igloo: 210 cm high. 74 gradini riappaiono in una crescita di geometria concentrica (74 steps return in a growth of concentric geometry) was executed by the artist in 1992 at the Galerie Tschudi in Glarus. these skeletal igloos crisscross the exhibition space in staggered succession.92 | Art Unlimited
Title | 74 gradini riappaiono in una crescita di geometria concentrica. 1992
. 1925 . The swift.’
74 gradini riappaiono in una crescita di geometria concentrica. renewed in time. Italy Gallery | Tschudi Mobile +41 79 769 96 53 Galerie Tschudi CH . 8 igloos. involving both space and time.8750 Glarus | Eichenstrasse 26 Phone +41 55 640 63 60 | Fax +41 55 640 26 23 info@galerie-tschudi. Elsbeth Bisig Artwork Description | An outstanding example of Mario Merz’s late production. as suggested in a note by the artist himself on the origin of the stones here: ‘74 stones were probably used as steps over the ages and. iron rods arched between the stones generate eight hemispherical structures.2003 Born in Milan. 430 cm diameter Artist | Mario Merz. ‘growth’ always takes on the form of swirling dimensions. Seventy-four squared-off stones are arranged on the ground to form a sequence of circular perimeters. died in Turin. Italy.ch | www. spiral design that develops from one stone to the next and from one igloo to the next summons up a theme common to Merz’s poetics. 1992 Media | Stones and metal.ch Directors | Ruedi Tschudi. Like a meandering river in a landscape.galerie-tschudi. In his works.
The soundtrack.com | www. Mies van der Rohe’s infamous 860-880 Lake Shore Drive. Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson. The restaurant remains a site of projection and desire – a site of negotiation and display. and Chicago’s Newberry Library.com Directors | Friedrich Petzel. Vera Alemani Artwork Description | The Farnsworth House in Plano. Morris’s film is both a record of preservation of two structures and a document of power plays that left a mark in the pragmatic idealism of the late modern period. directed by artist Sarah Morris. Connecticut. edition of 5 Artist | Sarah Morris. Architect and curator. *1967. and London. lends an atmospheric progression to the film. Morris filmed at both sites over the course of several months. 2010 Media | Video. composed by the artist Liam Gillick.
Points on a Line. among other locations including The Four Seasons Restaurant in the Seagram Building.94 | Art Unlimited
Title | Points on a Line. These two buildings were the result of shared ideas and collective desire. Sam Tsao. Illinois. Andrea Teschke. 35 min 44 sec. Points on a Line. NY 10011 | 535 & 537 West 22nd Street Phone +1 212 680 94 67 | Fax +1 212 680 94 73 info@petzel. a place that Philip Johnson practically used as his personal office. documents the desire to build structures that might change the way we think about a house: a form and a context. But they also complicate ideas of the copy and the original and the chronologies of Modernism. American Lives and works in New York. Architect and architect. United Kingdom Gallery | Petzel Stand Phone +41 61 699 50 90 Friedrich Petzel Gallery US . as the meeting point between the two architects. United States. Morris utilizes The Four Seasons.petzel. 2010
. NY. and the Glass House in New Canaan.New York.
unmoving. United Kingdom Lives and works in New York. Pendulum appropriates an element of visual redundancy while quietly noting qualities of city life in the 1970s. 1976
. Using a Super 8 camera.Los Angeles. CA 90048 | 8071 Beverly Blvd Phone +1 323 658 80 88 | Fax +1 323 658 80 68 firstname.lastname@example.org Director | Samantha Glaser Artwork Description | James Nares’s Pendulum (1976) is a hauntingly lyrical example of No Wave film. but also of the cultural hangover of the early 1970s. Nares filmed a suspended. Inspired by the repetitive imagery of Richard Serra’s film.
Pendulum. *1953. 1976 Media | Film transferred to mini hard drive. 17 min 15 sec. London. Hand Catching Lead (1968). to ultimately transform this quiet New York City alley into a scene pulsating with anxious energy. NY. swinging metal sphere. United States Gallery | Kohn Mobile +1 310 770 80 15 Michael Kohn Gallery US .96 | Art Unlimited
Title | Pendulum. industrial buildings (polarizing movement versus stasis). edition of 6 Artist | James Nares.com | www. Nares incorporates themes not only of the city. Juxtaposing images of the ball flying through space with the cold.
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ˇ DEIMANTAS NARKEVICIUS
Title | Ausgeträumt, 2010 Media | HD Video, aspect ratio 16:9; color, sound; 5 min 35 sec; edition of 5 + 2 AP Artist | Deimantas Narkevicius, *1964, Utena, Lithuania ˇ Lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania Galleries | gb agency Mobile +33 6 11 13 48 62 gb agency FR - 75003 Paris | 18, rue des 4 fils Phone +33 1 44 78 00 60 email@example.com | www.gbagency.fr Directors | Solène Guillier, Nathalie Boutin Mot Mobile +32 475 56 30 71 Jan Mot BE - 1000 Bruxelles | Rue Antoine Dansaertstraat 190 Phone +32 2 514 10 10 | Fax +32 2 514 14 46 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.janmot.com Director | Jan Mot Weiss Mobile +49 160 742 25 07 Galerie Barbara Weiss DE - 10999 Berlin | Kohlfurter Strasse 41/43 Phone +49 30 262 42 84 | Fax +49 30 265 16 52 email@example.com | www.galeriebarbaraweiss.de Directors | Barbara Weiss, Charlotte von Uthmann Artwork Description | As in many of his other films and videos, Deimantas Narkevicius reveals the ˇ ongoing conflicts between memory and history by using storytelling to explore historical fact from personal points of view. The title of Narkevicius’s latest ˇ work, Ausgeträumt, suggests a nostalgic longing for innocence. In this film, the artist follows a group of teenage musicians in Lithuania with ambitious dreams of international fame. Here post-socialist architecture is offset by the romantic sounds of Indie music performed by the newly formed band. Narkevicius reconˇ nects to this particular state of mind: their youthful energy, unaffected by the probable failure of their endeavour, stands as a reminder of the naiveté of a young artist – the driving force behind creative ambition. In presenting a portrait of the band, whose lead guitar player is in fact the artist’s son, the artist also provides an intimate memoir of his own ambitions to become an artist in the late 80s within the wake of a crumbling Soviet Union – a seemingly impossible dream that echoes that of a father’s son.
Ausgeträumt, 2010 Featuring the band Without Letters
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Title | Black Dome, 2011 Media | Charred oak, 12 parts; approx. 230 x 650 x 650 cm Artist | David Nash, *1945, Esher, United Kingdom Lives and works in Blaenau Ffestiniog, United Kingdom Galleries | Juda Stand Phone +41 61 699 50 46 Annely Juda Fine Art GB - London W1S 1AW | 23 Dering Street Phone +44 20 76 29 75 78 | Fax +44 20 74 91 21 39 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk Directors | David Juda, Jill Capobianco Lelong Mobile +33 603 85 40 68 Galerie Lelong Paris FR - 75008 Paris | 13, rue de Téhéran Phone +33 1 45 63 13 19 | Fax +33 1 42 89 34 33 email@example.com | www.galerie-lelong.com Directors | Daniel Lelong, Jean Frémon, Patrice Cotensin Artwork Description | David Nash’s first Black Dome was made in 1986 while in residency at Grizedale Forest. In Nash’s own words: ‘When I was working as a resident sculptor in the Grizedale Forest in 1978, I often came across centuries old charcoal burners’ sites – level oval spaces, barely discernible on the hillside, always with the same combination of plants. Presumably the carbon residue from the charcoaling process had leached into the soil allowing only certain species to flourish. These spaces, although nearly invisible, had a sense of human presence, an echo of ancient forest activity. Eight years later I was one of a group of artists invited by the Forestry Commission to consider making sculptures in the Forest of Dean. The works had to be based on our response to the forest, sensitive to the environment, and accessible to the public. The Forest of Dean has a history of charcoal manufacture, and, remembering my experience in Grizedale, I chose to make Black Dome. Ideally the sculpture would have been a mound of charcoal, but being so brittle this would not have survived ‘public accessibility.’ I therefore opted for charring sharpened sections of larch trunks. To make a dome 8 meters in diameter and 1 meter high required nine hundred pieces of wood. The interest in the form has evolved from many small charred stakes butted up together to a larger element spaced apart that makes an experience that can be walked into.’ For Art Unlimited, Nash has made a Black Dome consisting of 12 pieces of charred carved oak, varying in size from 75 cm high to 230 cm high, creating a dome approximately 650 cm in diameter.
Black Dome, 2011
As such.xavierhufkens. 11 Phone +39 05 77 94 31 34 | Fax +39 05 77 94 04 84 info@galleriacontinua. and menacing cruise ship as it softly cleaves the night.New York.53037 San Gimignano | Via del Castello. Maurizio Rigillo Hufkens Xavier Hufkens BE . virtually plunges the viewer into the cavernous. Adrian Turner Continua Mobile +39 348 580 59 97 Galleria Continua IT . Belgium Galleries | Boesky Marianne Boesky Gallery US . darkly poetic charge. sound.at Directors | Ursula Krinzinger. 2010
. it has a complex. mixing live video recordings of actors and digitally created surroundings. Annie Rana. Furthermore. This mid-length film (30 minutes). and. Lorenzo Fiaschi. Belgium Lives and works in Brussels.com Directors | Mario Cristiani. Though an autonomous work. the Sea of Tranquillity is also part of a new body of works collected in a traveling solo show.
Sea of Tranquillity. Hans Op de Beeck expressly composed an old school jazz song to serve as the theme song for the film.galerie-krinzinger. strange.com | www. and unimaginative leisure opportunities on offer on board the ship – a staged environment reminiscent of shopping malls and gated communities. color. 29 min 50 sec Artist | Hans Op de Beeck.102 | Art Unlimited
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Title | Sea of Tranquillity.com Directors | Serra Pradhan. Turnhout.galleriacontinua. *1969. safe. aspect ratio 16:9. our conceptions of labor and leisure.com | www.1050 Bruxelles | Rue Saint-Georges 6 .marianneboeskygallery. Thomas Krinzinger Artwork Description | The Sea of Tranquillity is the name of a cruise liner created by the artist.1010 Wien | Seilerstätte 16 Phone +43 1 513 30 06 | Fax +43 1 513 30 06 33 galeriekrinzinger@chello. but also presents a touch of irony regarding the superficial. NY 10011 | 509 West 24th Street Phone +1 212 680 98 89 | Fax +1 212 680 98 97 info@marianneboeskygallery. 2010 Media | Full HD video.8 Phone +32 2 639 67 30 | Fax +32 2 639 67 38 firstname.lastname@example.org Director | Xavier Hufkens Krinzinger Mobile +43 676 324 83 79 Galerie Krinzinger AT . towards mortality. which serves as a postmodern metaphor for our attitude towards time and space.at | www. finally.com | www.
’ (Excerpt from Paul Lafargue. This madness brings social and individual miseries that have tortured humankind for two centuries. In lieu of reacting against this mental aberration. I. Los Angeles. edition of 5 + 2 AP Artist | Pablo Pijnappel.1073 VX Amsterdam | Gerard Doustraat 128a Phone +31 20 463 69 04 | Fax +31 20 463 69 04 info@juliettejongma. France Lives and works in Rotterdam. weak and despicable men. preached for laziness: ‘Contemplate the lilies of the fields. the bearded and rebarbative God. And yet I tell you: Solomon in all his glory didn’t live more beautifully. call upon their judgment in accordance with the judgment of their God (. approx. *1979.com | www. CA Artwork Description | ‘A strange madness has overcome the working classes from nations where the capitalist civilization reigns. 2011
. after six days of work. Paris.com Director | Juliètte Jongma In collaboration with Ambach & Rice. 15 min.) Christ. These blind and narrow-minded men have tried to be wiser than God. in his speech from over the mountain. the priests. gave his followers the supreme example of the ideal laziness.. The Right to Be Lazy.’ Jehovah. the Netherlands Gallery | Jongma Galerie Juliètte Jongma NL . 2011 Media | 16mm film. This moribund passion for work pushed out all the vital forces from the individual and his progeny until they were hollow. 1883)
Quirijn. they don’t work or tire themselves. they have wished to absolve that which God has cursed. and the moralists have worshipped work as sacred.. who profess neither morally or economically to be a Christian.104 | Art Unlimited
Title | Quirijn. he lay down and rested for all eternity. This madness is the love of work. the economists.juliettejongma.
edition 2 of 6 Artist | Robert Rauschenberg.com | www. sports. Thick with intimations of war.’ On a more personal note.’
Currents. government corruption.2008 Born in Port Arthur. gossip. the components of the collage – whether text or image – are crystal clear. United States. and polarizing.106 | Art Unlimited
Title | Currents. and political subterfuge as well as the banality of weather. direct. Matthew Armstrong. and advertisements. Suite 602/603 Phone +1 212 966 51 54 | Fax +1 212 966 53 49 info@peterfreemaninc. and the work has very rarely been seen. a world that cried out for change. rampant drug use. 1970 Media | Screen print. they are raw. 72 x 720 inches. NY 10012 | 560 Broadway. international violence. Currents presents a distilled synecdoche of the precarious state of the world circa 1969. shifting mores. Inc. the artist then concluded with a slightly wistful lament: ‘Give the world a chance by changing it. Freeman. Rauschenberg took as his subject matter the anarchy of American culture in the midst of social upheaval. Robert Rauschenberg began planning an exhibition that would take place at Dayton's Gallery 12 in Minneapolis. 182.9 x 1829 cm. featuring a sixty-foot long hand-printed silkscreen comprised of collages of headlines. racial tensions. and news stories from major American newspapers.peterfreemaninc. died on Captiva Island. TX. Rauschenberg wrote that ‘the world condition permitted me no choice of subject or color and method/composition. The edition of Currents was limited to six. advertisements. US . 1970 Detail
.com Directors | Peter C. As had Manet and Picasso when they felt compelled to refer to the stark actual facts of the violence of contemporary news. In notes added to the catalog that accompanied the initial showing of Currents. Rauschenberg banished color from his image and made certain that no matter how anarchically arrayed.New York. 1925 . Blair Asbury Brooks Artwork Description | In the autumn of 1969. United States Gallery | Freeman Peter Freeman. FL. immersed in what seemed unsolvable conflicts. Both the show and the large-scale print were entitled Currents and opened in the spring of 1970.
New York.2006 Born in Newcastle. Sara Harrison. 96 colored plexiglass panels. 2004 Media | 96 neon phrases. 2005/06). Greg Lulay. 2003.com Directors | Kristine Bell. this work was originally part of the artist's seminal installation My Madinah: in pursuit of my ermitage… Following its initial installation in 2004. p. and transcendental insight intersect’ (Eva Meyer-Hermann.com | www. Neil Wenman Zwirner Mobile +1 917 297 82 34 David Zwirner US . Bellatrix Hubert. Rhoades grouped together individual components to create unique artworks that each reflect a specific aspect of the overall project. Justine Durrett. Ales Ortuzar.
Untitled (From the body of work: My Madinah: in pursuit of my ermitage. CA. Together the three projects constitute a complex investigation of contemporary manifestations of religion. 96 transformers. wire. The multi-colored. 96 metal hooks.com | www.. Made up of 96 neon lights hanging from the ceiling. culture. Cologne 2009. United States.hauserwirth. rubber end caps. sexuality. ‘the whole installation becomes a satirically exaggerated cult space.8047 Zürich | Albisriederstrasse 199a Phone +41 44 446 80 50 | Fax +41 44 446 80 55 zurich@hauserwirth. erotic ecstasy. died in Los Angeles. Up to his untimely death in 2006 at age 41.). and Black Pussy.davidzwirner. Angela Choon. overall dimensions vary with each installation Artist | Jason Rhoades. CA. United States Galleries | Hauser & Wirth Stand Phone +41 61 699 50 44 Hauser & Wirth CH . Jason Rhoades. and were inspired. in part.. and consumerism. neon words in this work belong to Rhoades’s larger project of creating a cross-cultural compendium of synonyms for female genitalia. where spiritual experience. its English pronunciation presents a further play on this research experiment by loosely rhyming with ‘vagina. and power strips. 2004
. My Madinah forms part of the artist's Pussy Trilogy (including Meccatuna.. Hanna Schouwink Artwork Description | Common to Jason Rhoades’s practice is an underlying interest in the conditions in which art is made and the subversion of any conventions that stand in the way of its production. While Madinah is a reference to the holy city of Medina in Saudi Arabia.. by the collective trauma caused by 9/11.). NY 10011 | 525 West 19th Street Phone +1 212 727 20 70 | +1 212 517 86 77 | Fax +1 212 727 20 72 | +1 212 517 89 59 email@example.com Directors | Florian Berktold.108 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled (From the body of work: My Madinah: in pursuit of my ermitage. he carried out a continuous assault on aesthetic conventions and rules governing the art world.’ As Eva Meyer-Hermann notes. 93). 1965 . cable.
128 x 120 x 27 cm Artist | Ulrich Rückriem. split.60 & 67 Phone +49 21 61 20 07 62 | Fax +49 21 61 20 86 61 info@galerieloehrl. polished. Ground.galerieloehrl. and ceiling form one space – and all these elements are presented through one of the three sculptures.impulsegalerie. Germany Lives and works in London. cut.de Directors | Dietmar Löhrl.41061 Mönchengladbach | Kaiserstrasse 58 . Both forms flow into each other and converge to a ‘whole.de | www.de | www. Christian Löhrl Artwork Description | The three sculptures are independent. +49 172 207 20 72 Galerie Löhrl DE . Germany Gallery | Löhrl Mobile +49 171 371 44 74. United Kingdom. The base-stone and the broken surface show the natural structure of the granite-stone and emphasize extreme contrasts. 1984
. and a ground sculpture – that constitute the ‘whole.
Untitled (room installation). a relief. a rectangular granite end-piece was cut in such a way that it appears to belong to the wall. Two vertical cuts form a rectangle that is cut parallel to the wall with a polished surface. The surfaces are polished to appear denser. but broken towards the top (the only obelisk Rückriem ever made). The ground sculpture consists of two ends of a larger stone block. The characteristic structure of the granite block remains visible. more compact. Düsseldorf. *1938. 1984 Media | Granite. walls. Each sculpture implies an architectural understanding emphasized by Rückriem in the tectonic quality of the materials and through the clarity of its rational structure.’ The free-standing sculpture is obelisk-shaped. placed above a base-stone.’ For the wall relief.110 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled (room installation). but at the same time there are relationships between the different forms – a free-standing. 13 x 325 x 210 cm. The horizontal split forms a base and a square. 128 x 55 x 55 cm. and Cologne.
be | www. Ruppersberg often looks back through the records of preceding generations.com | www. Jeffrey Rowledge Szwajcer Galerie Micheline Szwajcer BE . Ruppersberg first sent this cartoon anonymously to a list of Los Angeles art world contacts under the acronym ‘SPPA’ (Society for the Prevention and Preservation of Art). Selecting key objects (mostly depictions of monumental sculptures) from the comic strip. 2010 Installation view.New York.2000 Antwerpen | Verlatstraat 14 Phone +32 3 237 11 27 | Fax +32 3 238 98 19 firstname.lastname@example.org | Art Unlimited
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.be Director | Micheline Szwajcer Artwork Description | One of the first West Coast conceptual artists.com Directors | Carol Greene.gms. It recounts the character Scrooge’s competition with a rich potentate in a show of one-upsmanship for the grandest reputation in Duckburg. Allen Ruppersberg.greenenaftaligallery. 2010 Media | 10 framed pigment prints on paper with cutouts and 15 standing sculptures: pigment prints on paper mounted to AB marine-grade plywood. Greene Naftali Gallery. edition of 3 Artist | Allen Ruppersberg.
Big Trouble. Now literally reviving the story. Ruppersberg again turns printed matter into social substance. By transforming the space into a comical realm. United States Lives and works in New York. the artist has cut these objects out and incrementally enlarged them to form freestanding sculptures. *1944. and displaying what is left behind. as well as his own personal history. its slippage between mediums. NY 10001 | 508 West 26th Street Phone +1 212 463 77 70 | Fax +1 212 463 08 90 info@greenenaftaligallery. for material to reanimate. turning a perhaps too-familiar fiction into a physical reality. he has hung the pages along the walls as a legible story. overall dimensions variable. NY. Also reprinting the entirety of the cartoon. and its situation amidst pop culture. In his installation Big Trouble. Cleveland. New York. with empty holes denoting where these figures have jumped out into the room. In the context of early Conceptualism and the eradication of the art object. OH. CA. Allen Ruppersberg has consistently engaged with language. and Santa Monica. Alexandra Tuttle. Ruppersberg portrays the contemporary moment’s increasingly complex relationship to materiality. Ruppersberg revisits a comic strip he used for a mail-art piece in 1969. United States Galleries | Greene Naftali Greene Naftali Gallery US .
In his own words. though less dense. NY 10011 | 525 West 19th Street Phone +1 212 727 20 70 | +1 212 517 86 77 | Fax +1 212 727 20 72 | +1 212 517 89 59 information@davidzwirner.’ (Fred Sandback in Here and Now: Fred Sandback. Bellatrix Hubert. Ales Ortuzar. Seven-part Right-angled Triangular Construction). of everyday life.ch | www. Still sculpture. A drawing that is habitable.114 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled (Sculptural Study. 1982/2010 Media | Black acrylic yarn. spatial relationships established by the artist. Seven-part Right-angled Triangular Construction) is a room-size installation that is composed from twenty-one lengths of black acrylic yarn arranged to form seven right-angled triangles. NY.com Directors | Kristine Bell.) Untitled (Sculptural Study. 1982/2010
. died in New York. Though he employed metal and elastic cord early in his career. Greg Lulay. the ‘pedestrian space.’ as Sandback called it. Seven-part Right-angled Triangular Construction).ch Directors | Annemarie Verna. Angela Choon. brochure. or diagonally at different scales and in varied configurations.annemarie-verna.davidzwirner. 1999.
Untitled (Sculptural Study. overall dimensions vary with each installation Artist | Fred Sandback. he dispensed with mass and weight by using acrylic yarn to create works that address their physical surroundings.New York. United States. Justine Durrett.8032 Zürich | Neptunstrasse 42 Phone +41 44 262 38 20 | +41 44 201 32 35 | Fax +41 44 262 38 26 email@example.com Born in Bronxville. Hanna Schouwink Artwork Description | Fred Sandback’s sculptures outline planes and volumes in space. my environment. the artist developed a singular body of work that elaborated on the phenomenological experience of space and volume with unwavering consistency and ingenuity. Henry Moore Institute. [and] more of a diffuse interface between myself. Gianfranco Verna Zwirner Mobile +1 917 297 82 34 David Zwirner US . built of thin lines that left enough room to move through and around. and others peopling that environment.com | www. NY. p. Leeds. vertically. 1943 . exh. with the vertical elements flat against the wall and the horizontal elements flat against the floor. n. Sandback described his sculpture as being ‘…less a thing-initself. By stretching lengths of yarn horizontally. United States Galleries | Verna Stand Phone +41 61 699 52 55 | Mobile +41 79 351 14 28 Annemarie Verna Galerie CH . with an ambivalence between exterior and interior.
Precisely worked with rectangular. Its presence offers up a wavering reflection on sculptural tensions: fragility and resilience. The interplay of brute shape and man-made geometry evokes notions of change and transformation. and Paris. 2010 Onyx. *1974. while its sensuous materiality and ambiguous purpose lends a disquieting presence. this slab of raw stone was transported by road to London for carving and finishing. 184 x 124 x 40 cm
. 2011 Media | Onyx. France Gallery | Modern Art Stuart Shave/Modern Art GB .net Directors | Stuart Shave.net | www. while revealing the fundamentally unchanged and highly aesthetic qualities of this rich and elemental material.116 | Art Unlimited
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Title | He. The monolithic sculpture is carved from a single block of Persian onyx acquired by the artist after traveling to the ancient Silk Route city of Yazd in central Iran. Jimi Lee Artwork Description | Bojan Šarcevic ’s He (2011) is the newly-realized sculptural counterpart to She ˇ ´ (2010). weight and gravity.25 Eastcastle Street Phone +44 20 72 99 79 50 | Fax +44 20 72 99 79 51 info@modernart. square cut shapes and cavities.London W1W 8DF | 23 . it suggests a semi-functional form. geometric and organic form. 245 x 165 x 45 cm Artist | Bojan Šarcevic. shape and texture.modernart.
She. Germany. From the quarries. Belgrade. Serbia ˇ ´ Lives and works in Berlin. organic and mineral flesh.
The installation consists of 50 wooden crates and 44 prints. Wolfsburg 1966. creating closed objects. a much larger number are lined side-by-side in a single row at uniform distances.10066 Torre Pellice (Torino) | Via Stamperia 9 Phone +39 01 21 95 33 57 | Fax +39 01 21 95 34 59 gallery@tuccirusso. Elisabetta Di Grazia Artwork Description | ‘The work Untitled (1992) develops a complex context within which the threedimensional works comprise only one element. Germany Gallery | Tucci Russo Mobile +39 335 627 15 04 Tucci Russo Studio per l‘Arte Contemporanea IT .’ (Excerpt from Susanne Pfleger. 44 prints: 97 x 65. 50 coffins: 33 x 118 x 58. The series of graphics all display the same image but in different colors.5 cm each Artist | Thomas Schütte. Stories.118 | Art Unlimited
Title | Untitled. The installation dominates the entire room. The open crates are grouped in the room in different ensembles. Monuments. raising the question of whether the row of caskets are simply waiting to be filled. The strict and regular nature of the installation provides structure to the room.5 cm each. The pictures are located in a row half way up the wall above the crates.tuccirusso. In a third group. ‘Spaces. the image becomes a part of the realm of death mentioned above. 1992 Detail
. the images on the wall provide a narrative message. pp.20)
Untitled. 19 . exh. Since the draped bodies of the compact figures remind viewers of mummies. *1954. with their open side facing to the room. Tucci Russo Studio per l’Arte Contemporanea.com | www.com Directors | Antonio Tucci Russo. The three-dimensional elements are complemented by two-dimensional objects on the wall. Germany Lives and works in Düsseldorf. Oldenburg. a pair of boxes are placed on top of one another. 1992 Installation view. Städtische Galerie und Kunstverein Wolfsburg. aniline on paper. cat. 1992 Media | Wood. The view inevitably directs our thoughts to death. In this case. not leaving any space for another work of art beside it.’ in Thomas Schütte. Several of the crates lean against the wall.
Mangalore. Anne-Claudie Coric Tilton Mobile +1 646 241 79 12 Tilton Gallery US .at | www.danieltemplon. and circulating liquids all come to denote the absent body while exhausting the viewer by the seeming futility of their repeated actions. foregrounding the artifice that is involved in mounting a show.75003 Paris | 30. +1 41 35 59 14 92 GallerySKE IN .com Directors | Daniel Templon.at Directors | Ursula Krinzinger. India Lives and works in Mumbai.com | www. Shetty found himself increasingly attracted to the idioms of sculpture and installation. Shetty’s work engages with ‘memory at large’ and explores the social life of objects and their capacities to offer new kinds of subjective experience by creating hybrid devices that engage with the idea of a philosophical ‘loss of body’ as a social and biological condition. vessels. 2011 Media | Carved wood.com | www.com Director | Jack Tilton Artwork Description | Sudarshan Shetty. electromagnetic mechanism. best known for his enigmatic and moving sculptural installations. mild steel. Langford Town Phone +91 80 41 12 08 73 | +91 80 65 95 19 72 | Fax +91 80 22 23 83 12 post@galleryske. 2011
.560025 Bangalore | 2 Berlie Street. while revealing the mechanics of its working in plain sight. For All That We Lose. steel sword. Trained in painting. has long been recognized as one of the most innovative conceptual artists in India.galleryske.com | www. His work often alludes to absence: not as a mere negation of presence but rather the idea of ‘being elsewhere’ – empty jackets. rue Beaubourg Phone +33 1 42 72 14 10 | Fax +33 1 42 77 45 36 info@danieltemplon. India Galleries | Krinzinger Mobile +43 676 324 83 79 Galerie Krinzinger AT .120 | Art Unlimited
Title | For All That We Lose.com Director | Sunitha Kumar Emmart Templon Stand Phone +41 61 699 50 86 Galerie Daniel Templon FR . *1961. 354 x 278 x 106 cm Artist | Sudarshan Shetty. NY 10021 | 8 East 76th Street Phone +1 212 737 22 21 | Fax +1 212 396 17 25 info@jacktiltongallery. Thomas Krinzinger SKE Mobile +91 98 45 08 99 32.galerie-krinzinger.1010 Wien | Seilerstätte 16 Phone +43 1 513 30 06 | Fax +43 1 513 30 06 33 galeriekrinzinger@chello.New York.jacktiltongallery. developing a sculptural language that entices the viewer by its grandiose scale and hypnotising movement.
John. 2010 Media | 3-channel 16mm film installation with porcelain. copper. Caitlin. dimensions variable. whose shapes are unique – as each has to identify a specific railroad conductor – and yet infinitely repeatable. Skaer asks not only how we might ‘name’ something as unique (i. Peter. United States Gallery | Murray Guy Mobile +1 917 293 35 07 Murray Guy US . Both punching these forms into 16mm films and expanding them into sculptures. and plaster. Amongst these films are a group of sculptures. John).New York.com | www. Peter.e. another closely follows the roaming eye of a cat. and a third shows a series of Mark Rothko paintings. United Kingdom Lives and works in New York. Peter.122 | Art Unlimited
Title | Rachel. pewter. which materialize the abstract shapes in porcelain. Peter.
Rachel. In contrast to the film (a medium whose essence is reproducibility). and negation. and plaster. NY. Voiding the footage with a gesture of economic invalidation. 2010
. burmese blackwood. copper. these objects behave as unique ‘prototypes’ – both mute and charged with a potential for action or transformation. Rachel. sections of each film have been punctured frame by frame with the ticket punches. NY 10011 | 453 West 17th Street Phone +1 212 463 73 72 | Fax +1 212 463 73 19 info@murrayguy. bronze. bronze. edition of 5 Artist | Lucy Skaer. John takes its starting point at a group of arbitrary shapes formed by railroad ticket clips. Each film in Skaer’s installation depicts a highly auratic subject: one shows pages from a Gutenberg Bible. difference. John. Caitlin. Skaer treats them as ciphers for repetition.murrayguy. *1975. but also. pewter.com Directors | Margaret Murray. Janice Guy Artwork Description | Rachel. burmese blackwood. Like the Gutenberg Bible – which as the first mass-produced book embodied an estrangement of object and source – the installation triangulates around poles of uniqueness and reproducibility. self-reflectively poses a complex question of what it is to look at or be looked at by a ‘singular’ work of art. Cambridge. Caitlin. singularity. Caitlin.
37x 375 inches Artist | Rirkrit Tiravanija. an emotional void of growing proportions. Argentina Lives and works in New York. Corinna Durland. Despite his distaste for civilized people and the life of metropolitan cities. 2011 Media | Polished steel. the artist embarks on a spiritual expedition crossing this planet. a symbolic way to stop growing old. United States Gallery | Brown Gavin Brown‘s enterprise US . felt. viewing travel as poetic adventure. What does he find? Few adventures. research that initially excites him but soon reveals itself too inhuman to be satisfying. wood. Lucy Chadwick Artwork Description | ‘Sick of his life in New York.New York. NY. *1961. NY 10014 | 620 Greenwich Street Phone +1 212 627 52 58 | Fax +1 212 627 52 61 gallery@gavinbrown. 1934)
Untitled 2011 (Passport to the underworld). by the end of his journey he yearns for the return. to deny time by crossing space. L’Afrique fantôme. aluminum table frames.gavinbrown. a method of concrete knowledge.biz Directors | Gavin Brown. an ordeal.biz | www.’ (Artist’s rendition of an excerpt from Michel Leiris. 2011
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Title | Untitled 2011 (Passport to the underworld). Buenos Aires.
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Title | The Alpha, 2010 Media | Painted fiberglass, 4 parts; approx. 240 x 580 x 520 cm Artist | Lun Tuchnowski, *1946, Deiningen, Germany Lives and works in Munich, Germany Gallery | Juda Stand Phone +41 61 699 50 46 Annely Juda Fine Art GB - London W1S 1AW | 23 Dering Street Phone +44 20 76 29 75 78 | Fax +44 20 74 91 21 39 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk Directors | David Juda, Jill Capobianco Artwork Description | Lun Tuchnowski was a student of Robert Jacobsen, the well-known Danish sculptor, who greatly influenced him. His sculptures combine two different ideas of the 20th century: geometrically orientated shapes engage in compositions with organic shapes, allowing the seemingly contradictory to compete and communicate with each other. His three-dimensional formations are settled between the constructive body and organic growth, distinguishing themselves through a fragile balance. The language of form often takes on a physical character: single parts reach into space, break through – open, close or become more compact. From the early 1990s, Tuchnowksi has deepened his references to architecture. Lun Tuchnowski’s The Alpha is made of fiberglass and painted in bright colors, which underline the almost playful character of this work.
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Title | Joecar Blue, 1968 Media | Light projection Artist | James Turrell, *1943, Los Angeles, CA, United States Lives and works in Flagstaff, AZ, United States Gallery | Rech Almine Rech Gallery FR - 75003 Paris | 19, rue de Saintonge Phone +33 1 45 83 71 90 | Fax +33 1 45 70 91 30 email@example.com | www.alminerech.com Directors | Thomas Dryll, Michaël Gumener Artwork Description | ‘I use light as a material to work the medium of perception; basically the work really is no object because perception is the object. And there’s no image because I am not interested in associative thought.’ (James Turrell)
Joecar Blue, 1968
regeneration.net | www. sound. Deurne. Commission is ‘my commentary on the socio-political powerlessness of people and of art.com | www.at | www. a shopping mall in the South of Rotterdam. the Netherlands Galleries | Baudach Mobile +49 174 949 39 44 Galerie Guido W.1010 Wien | Seilerstätte 16 Phone +43 1 513 30 06 | Fax +43 1 513 30 06 33 galeriekrinzinger@chello. In the summer of 2010. Ellen Langan Artwork Description | In 2010 Erik van Lieshout was commissioned to make a film about Zuidplein. 49 min Artist | Erik van Lieshout. He lived in this neighborhood for 15 years and made a few of his films there. he used his shop as a base from which to (re)connect with the neighborhood and its people. Berit Homburg Krinzinger Mobile +43 676 324 83 79 Galerie Krinzinger AT .
Video stills from Commission.maccarone. Baudach. Baudach DE .20 Phone +49 30 28 04 77 27 | Fax + 49 30 45 02 44 81 firstname.lastname@example.org Directors | Guido W. security.New York. color.galerie-krinzinger.13347 Berlin | Oudenarder Strasse 16 . located in a working-class district that is home to several large immigrant communities.at Directors | Ursula Krinzinger. engaging them in characteristically frank and often very funny conversations about roots.net Directors | Michele Maccarone. wood. van Lieshout opened a temporary shop in an abandoned unit in the Zuidplein mall.guidowbaudach. the film is both a portrait of a place and of an artist’s half-skeptical. *1968. Thomas Krinzinger maccarone maccarone US . and vinyl texts. NY 10014 | 630 Greenwich Street Phone +1 212 431 49 77 | Fax +1 347 394 00 43 email@example.com | Art Unlimited
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Title | Commission. half-hopeful attempt to become an agent of social good. The commission by Sculpture International Rotterdam and Hart van Zuid as part of a long-term art project was an opportunity to examine this area again and also his position as an artist.’ Examining the impact of figures such as the Rotterdam-based Rem Koolhaas and the assassinated Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn. It is also my quest for a home. and consumerism. 2011
. the Netherlands Lives and works in Rotterdam. Rather than simply selling goods. For van Lieshout. HD Video. 2011 Media | Mixed-media installation: carpet.
At the same time. The development of a theme emerges through the extreme reduction of a phenomenon to its most typical (neutral) parameters. Germany Lives and works in Berlin.de Director | Lena Kiessler Artwork Description | ‘The five-part work depicts a diagrammatic. Airport. each drawing is an image of a real analysis. speed. and singularity influence the realization of the theme’s own dynamic structure. Structurally. This working method developed from the motivation to find an extended form of notation – which expands on concepts (or the naming of objects) – enables a totality and simultaneity of connotations. The observation behind the development of this diagrammatic notation is phenomenological and incorporates popular collective stores of knowledge. Mögliche Farben des Horizonts. and so it becomes possible to decline the individual parameters and visualize the spectrum of inherent possibilities. Schussfeld. processual sequence of various themes developed within the last two years. The process of developing the notation. direction. Position. These themes have emerged from a debate with social and cultural surroundings. Germany Gallery | Klosterfelde Mobile +49 163 283 53 05 Klosterfelde DE . These are given values of time. Territorium.132 | Art Unlimited
Title | NEXUS (Schweiz 1 – 5): Superdestination. pencil on paper. Rotation. The text/creation of form has evolved according to my subjective decisions as I try to find a diagrammatic method of notation. Therefore. elementary considerations related to rotation.klosterfelde. 2 küssen sich-Generationsablauf. *1977. Rotation. which behaves in a ‘real’ way in reference to the object. which should always be understood as an experiment and also as documentation of thought processes. Himmelsrichtung. Airport. Mögliche Farben des Horizonts. Kontrollfeld. Position. oil crayon. Horizont. Schussfeld. ink. 2 küssen sich-Generationsablauf. rhythm. serves to investigate the perception of events. my work should be understood as a score or performative notation. Horizont. as well as the actual implementation of the notation.’ (Jorinde Voigt)
NEXUS (Schweiz 1– 5): Superdestination. and space. Kontrollfeld. Himmelsrichtung. Bewegungsrichtung. Territorium. 270 x 200 cm each Artist | Jorinde Voigt. Frankfurt am Main. Bewegungsrichtung. The image that finally evolves from this process is a textual image. 2011 Detail
.10785 Berlin | Potsdamer Strasse 93 Phone +49 30 283 53 05 | Fax +49 30 283 53 06 office@klosterfelde. this procedure constructs a coexistent reality in reference to the context observed. 2011 Media | Set of 5 drawings.de | www.
com | www. The Unconscious.at | www.com Directors | Marie-Blanche Carlier.com Director | Emily Letourneau Artwork Description | The Unconscious cues expectations of Freudian psychoanalysis or a feast of Surrealist imagery. edition of 3 + 1 AP Artist | Mark Wallinger. Sleep is ultimately a vulnerable and intimate state and distribution of these photographs as a currency of ridicule creates unease tinged with the horror of colonised tribes who feared the camera would capture their souls. 2010 Detail
.1010 Wien | Seilerstätte 16 Phone +43 1 513 30 06 | Fax +43 1 513 30 06 33 firstname.lastname@example.org. drifts of interference encroaching protectively from the dimension of sleep.com Director | Anthony Reynolds Young Donald Young Gallery US . Thomas Krinzinger Reynolds Mobile +44 77 98 60 63 43 Anthony Reynolds Gallery GB . The sense of vulnerability of the sleeper can be attributed to animal defencelessness but it also has socio-political basis: the lack of composure of the unconscious face is a far cry from the idealized image we would like to present to the world. Suite 266 Phone +1 312 322 36 00 | Fax +1 312 322 30 33 email@example.com | Art Unlimited
Title | The Unconscious. *1959. The photographs have been gleaned from websites dedicated to the genre. as if their subjects are partially leaking away from the callous world of public transport.com | www.10969 Berlin | Markgrafenstrasse 67 Phone +49 30 24 00 86 30 | Fax +49 30 240 08 63 33 mail@carliergebauer. What is delivered.Chicago.donaldyoung. Ulrich Gebauer Krinzinger Mobile +43 676 324 83 79 Galerie Krinzinger AT . IL 60604 | 224 South Michigan Avenue.com | www.at Directors | Ursula Krinzinger. Chigwell. The images lack the solidity of high-resolution photographs. 2010 Media | Digital archival prints mounted on dibond. +49 160 90 98 56 89 carlier gebauer DE . overall dimensions variable. United Kingdom Lives and works in London.London W1F 7BG | 60 Great Marlborough Street Phone +44 20 74 39 22 01 | Fax +44 20 74 39 18 69 info@anthonyreynolds. are banal pictures of people asleep on public transport. however. United Kingdom Galleries | carlier gebauer Mobile +49 157 86 84 03 91. 24 parts.galerie-krinzinger.
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Title | CarouSoul, 2011 Media | Rope, tires, metal support, shoe tips, shoe tongues, and tire rims; approx. 246 x 144 x 144 inches, 624.8 x 365.8 x 365.8 cm Artist | Nari Ward, *1963, St. Andrews, Jamaica Lives and works in New York, NY, United States Galleries | Continua Mobile +39 348 580 59 96 Galleria Continua IT - 53037 San Gimignano | Via del Castello, 11 Phone +39 05 77 94 31 34 | Fax +39 05 77 94 04 84 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.galleriacontinua.com Directors | Mario Cristiani, Lorenzo Fiaschi, Maurizio Rigillo Lehmann Maupin Lehmann Maupin US - New York, NY 10001 | 540 West 26th Street Phone +1 212 255 29 23 | Fax +1 212 255 29 24 email@example.com | www.lehmannmaupin.com Directors | Rachel Lehmann, David Maupin, Carla Camacho, Courtney Plummer, Stephanie Smith, Bethanie Brady Artwork Description | Jamaican artist Nari Ward, known for his dramatic sculptural installations composed of systematically collected material from his urban neighborhood in Harlem, New York, presents CarouSoul, a large-scale installation comprised of rope, tires, metal support, shoe tips, shoe tongues, and tire rims, created specifically for Art Unlimited 2011. By exposing the numerous emotions inherent within found everyday objects, Ward’s works examine issues surrounding race, poverty, and consumer culture. CarouSoul, reinterpreting the classic fairground ride, initially conveys amusement and nostalgia, though a more thoughtful look reveals a delicate balance between playfulness and fragility.
Detail of CarouSoul, 2011
United States Gallery | Jacques Mobile +44 79 17 19 49 38 Alison Jacques Gallery GB . set in grids across four painted boards.London W1T 3LN | 16 . TX.9 x 73. She had made her first large-scale floor sculpture in 1974. kneaded erasers on board) and in smaller floor pieces. United States.
Elective Affinities. Philip Abraham Artwork Description | Elective Affinities (1978) is a work comprising 86 white glazed sculptures. but Elective Affinities marked the first deployment of geometric strategies of arrangement in such a large piece. each a signature folded gesture evocative of vaginal and labial imagery. 3½ x 29 x 29 inches Artist | Hannah Wilke.com | www. varying sizes. written in 1809 by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. NY. each board: 8. a theme which resonated with Wilke as she addressed adult experiences of desire in her practice. according to curator Tracey Fitzpatrick.138 | Art Unlimited
Title | Elective Affinities. 1940 -1993 Born in New York. on 4 painted boards. 1978
. Roger Tatley.7 x 73. ‘deeply biographical. 1978 Media | 86 white glazed porcelain ceramic sculptures.alisonjacquesgallery.com Directors | Alison Jacques. The title of the work is taken from a Romantic novel of the same name.’ Elective Affinities was also a turning point in the technical development of Wilke’s practice. but in no other work did Wilke explore a formal relationship to minimalism with such assiduity. Goethe used contemporary scientific theory relating to the irresistible chemical attractions between particles as a guiding metaphor to explore the inevitability of certain social and romantic relationships. died in Houston. The work was made not long after the dissolution of Wilke’s relationship with Claes Oldenburg and is.18 Berners Street Phone +44 20 76 31 47 20 | Fax +44 20 76 31 47 50 firstname.lastname@example.org cm. Wilke explored grid systems in her career in other media (for instance.
I’m in it to give everything: to the death!’ (Excerpts from Cathy Wilkes in conversation with Bart van der Heide on the occasion of her 2011 solo exhibition at the Kunstverein München. but I am not interested in being confessional. Sentimentality is important to object relations. memor y. I want to show these mysteries in an expanded way. Not for separation. There are objects in my work that I want to give a continuing purpose – that is true. and I know that my work is brought about by these experiences to an extent.140 | Art Unlimited
Title | Non Verbal. *1966.’ It’s not nihilistic.com | www. United Kingdom Gallery | Modern Institute The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd GB . Sentimentality relies on an acknowledgement of loss.. The dead can enjoy some of the pleasures of life. Like a suffering nurse. Munich)
Non Verbal. I can see and feel that my work shows loss and sadness. I am for the dead being companions for the living. United Kingdom Lives and works in Glasgow. Belfast..themoderninstitute. Andrew Hamilton Artwork Description | ‘I know that it’s impossible to be objective – I have concluded that over time. I don’t want to share my story or something. It’s also possible to imagine that an artwork is a companion to spiritual suffering and change. ‘meaningfulness.Glasgow G1 5QN | 14-20 Osborne Street Phone +44 141 248 37 11 | Fax +44 141 552 59 88 mail@themoderninstitute. 2006
. And being non-objective brings all the mysteries of my mind into my work.com Directors | Toby Webster. I think these parts are very important to any artwork: not knowing why something is exactly as it is or why it’s there at all. 2006 Media | Mixed-media installation Artist | Cathy Wilkes.
com Directors | Jay Jopling. ‘Mirrorspeakers’ reflect and deflect the sound off the surrounding walls. photography. dimensions variable. For Wyn Evans. ultra-sonic beams of sound. 2010
. creating a phenomenological experience that can neither be shared nor repeated. installations should work like a catalyst: a reservoir of possible meanings that can unravel many discursive journeys. including installation works. C=O=N=S=T=E=L=L=A=T=I=O=N (I call your image to mind) is a polyphonic sound mobile adapted from a series of ‘audio spotlights’ by the American holosonic inventor Joseph Pompei. *1958.whitecube. unique Artist | Cerith Wyn Evans. Tim Marlow.London N1 6PB | 48 Hoxton Square Phone +44 20 79 30 53 73 | Fax +44 20 77 49 74 70 email@example.com | www. sculptures.
C=O=N=S=T=E=L=L=A=T=I=O=N (I call your image to mind). sixteen mirrored discs gently rotate in mid-air. Suspended in tiers. 2010 Media | Mixed media. film. transmitting directional. United Kingdom Gallery | White Cube White Cube GB .142 | Art Unlimited
CERITH WYN EVANS
Title | C=O=N=S=T=E=L=L=A=T=I=O=N (I call your image to mind). and text. This consists of a multi-layered soundtrack or sound collage created by Wyn Evans using various audio sources amongst which are his own piano arrangements and field recordings gathered by the Lovell radio telescope in Jodrell Bank. Daniela Gareh. Llanelli. United Kingdom Lives and works in London. Susan May Artwork Description | Cerith Wyn Evan’s conceptual practice incorporates a wide range of media.
provoking the viewer into a powerful encounter with the grotesque.’ (John Rasmussen)
Untitled (Architeuthis). Lead and copper glazes play off each other to create variation within its metallic surface. Lima. Erika Weiss. *1973. coated with copper and lead.de | www.johannkoenig.de Directors | Johann König. Berlin DE .10963 Berlin | Dessauer Strasse 6 -7 Phone +49 30 26 10 30 80 | Fax +49 30 261 03 08 11 info@johannkoenig. water. 2010 Exhibition view. 2010 Media | Ceramic.com Johann König Johann König. an elusive creature prominent in myth and legend. human experience of this life form was limited to corpses we discovered washed up on beaches. NY 10021 | 32 East 69th Street Phone +1 212 794 49 70 | Fax +1 212 794 49 71 newyork@hauserwirth. Midway Contemporary Art. Until only a few years ago. The 16-foot deflated form rests in a blackened pool of liquid. Zink Yi uses the transformative power of heat and pressure to create a handcrafted creature that we understand only through the knowledge of its surface – a body without depth or animus. 29 x 486 x 115 cm. Germany Galleries | Hauser & Wirth Hauser & Wirth US . unique Artist | David Zink Yi.144 | Art Unlimited
DAVID ZINK YI
Title | Untitled (Architeuthis).New York. Minneapolis. David Zink Yi: Horror Vacui. the giant squid had never been encountered alive. David Zink Yi has worked within the ceramic tradition to create a series of sculptures modeled on Architeuthis. Peru Lives and works in Berlin. Erin Somerville Artwork Description | ‘Over the past few years. the deep-sea-dwelling giant squid. 2011
. In his largest ceramic sculpture to date.