Future Bodies from a Recent Past—Sculpture, Technology, and the Body since the 1950s
Museum Brandhorst, Munich
Jun 02, 2022 – Jan 15, 2023
Space for Imaginative Actions. New Presentation of the Collection
May 08, 2022 – Jan 31, 2024
New presenentation of the collection
Boros Collection, Berlin
May 01 – Dec 31, 2022
The Milk of Dreams (curated by Cecilia Alemani)
La Biennale di Venezia
Apr 23 – Nov 27, 2022
In spring 2022, Lacroix will mount her first solo exhibition at Magenta Plains
and will be included in Galerie Gisela Capitain’s presentation at Art Basel.
Lacroix’s debut solo exhibition at Galerie Gisela Capitain is planned for 2023.
Liza Lacroix (b. 1988, Montreal, QC) has exhibited at Midnight Projects, New Jersey, NJ (2021);
Magenta Plains, New York, NY (2021); Peana, Monterrey, MX (2018);
M23, New York, NY (2018); AC Repair, Toronto, CA (2016);
and Popps Packing, Hamtramck, MI (2015)
She lives and works in New York, NY.
April 23 – November 27, 2022
Galerie Gisela Capitain congratulates Jadé Fadojutimi, Charline von Heyl and Jacqueline Humphries to their participation at La Biennale di Venezia 2022.
The Milk of Dreams
La Biennale di Venezia
59th International Art Exhibition
Curated by Cecilia Alemani
Isabella Ducrot / Ximena Garrido-Lecca / Tobias Pils
March 5 – April 14, 2022
We are very pleased to announce the launch of the first edition of Zweigstelle Capitain. Please visit our group show Ecco s’incontrano with works from Isabella Ducrot, Ximena Garrido-Lecca and Tobias Pils in Rome.
Via dei Volsci 128, Rome
Opening Saturday March 5, 11am – 7pm
In 2021 the Gesellschaft für Moderne Kunst awarded the Wolfgang Hahn Prize to Marcel Odenbach. The present publication honors the award-winner (b. 1953 in Cologne), who creates works that -experimental in form and theoretically founded in content- expose historical connections between colonialism and globalization and make the violence of the normative and representation tangible.
with artist Jacqueline Humphries and guest curator Mark Godfrey
Jacqueline Humphries: jHΩ1:)
Sept 18, 2021 – Jan 2, 2022
wexner centre of the arts
Please read transcript here
Führung mit Doris Krystof durch die Ausstellung so oder so in der Kunstsammlung NRW K21
Dienstag, 9.11., 16.30 – 17.30 Uhr
Sonntag, 12.12., 12 – 13 Uhr
Sonntag, 9.1., 12 – 13 Uhr
Barbara Bloom and Ben Lerner share a fascination with intricate dramas of framing and reframing: what happens to an image or a phrase when it is re-encountered, recontextualized, recombined — when a particular frame of reference is established or collapses? How is meaning accrued or eroded through repetition, across pages or generations? How are images or sentences enlisted in — or suddenly freed from — the construction of our personal and collective mythologies?
In this collaborative book, bringing together Bloom’s artworks and Lerner’s prose poems, these questions are rendered beautiful as they are sensitively felt, veering between the promises of abstraction — ‘the showroom of grammar, its glitter and ghosts,’ collective nouns, songs without lyrics that everyone can sing — and verbal and visual languages of extreme privacy. Other topics include: false fathers, lice, stone fruit, Casper Rappaport, color words, alephs, forever stamps, and Goethe’s corridor.
THE PRIMAVERA PROJECT is a modern-day collaboration of music and art. This digital album presents 14 new commissions by THE PRIMAVERA PROJECT for groundbraking, multi- Grammy nominated cellist Matt Haimovitz. Each composer responds to Sandro Botticelli’s enigmatic painting, Primavera, and the prophetic large-scale tryptich, Primavera 2020, by world-renowned contemporary artist Charline von Heyl.
Recorded in January 2021 at Charline von Heyl’s artist studio near downtown Marfa, Texas, the distinct and diverse contemporary compositional voices bridge the centuries, expanding and redefining the range and repetoire of the solo cello. For more information please visit theprimaveraproject.com.
edited by Fredi Fischli, Niels Olsen, Adam Jasper
Shopping is history, in both senses of the word. As shopping shifts online and the economic shocks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic push bankruptcies to unprecedented levels, retail is facing its own version of the end of days. Retail Apocalypse presents a compendium of case studies, interventions, and object lessons rescued from the bonfire of retail culture. It ranges from Friedrich Kiesler’s display windows to Gae Aulenti’s Fiat showrooms, from J. G. Ballard’s dystopian fantasies to TELFAR’s critical utopias, from Rem Koolhaas to Herzog & de Meuron.
This four-volume set of publications focuses on Christopher Williams‘ theatrical work Stage Play, first presented in 2017 at Miller’s Studio in Zürich. Housed in a slipcase, it contains documentation and the playscript for his eponymous play, related publicity and research documents, the artist’s series of open letters, and a related interview he conducted with historian Markus Krajewski on the ceramic tile façades of post-war architecture in Cologne. In addition to two critical essays by McDonough, this publication is largest collection to date of Williams‘ writing.