1. 20 September – 10 October 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Asia Arts Invitational Exhibition – 15th Asia Arts Festival

    Ningbo Museum of Art, Jiangbei Qu, Ningbo Shi, Zhejiang Sheng, China

    Opening reception: 20 September 2017   For further information please visit the website of the museum www.nma.org.cn

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  2. 07 September – 31 Dezember 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, and Journeys 1967-2017

    UB Art Galleries, Center for the Arts, Buffalo, NY

    "Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, and Journeys 1967-2017" is a 50 year survey exhibition that considers the themes of action and exploration outside of the studio and how artists engage this theme in various ways, including walking, cartography, land use, endurance, and the consideration of public space. This exhibition highlights a variety of art practices, dating from the late 1960s and continuing through present day.

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  3. 16 September – 12 November 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    EXHIBITION | 15th Istanbul Biennial "a good neighbour"

    Istanbul, Turkey

    We are pleased to announce OLAF METZEL's participation in the 15TH ISTANBUL BIENNIAL themed "a good neighbor" curated by ELMGREEN & DRAGSET

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  1. 16 September – 28 October 2017


    EXHIBITION | Debo Eilers – no stealing, no pushing

    WNTRP, Berlin, Germany

    WNTRP is pleased to announce Debo Eilers first exhibtiion in Berlin and at the gallery. The artist will show new drawings and sculptures. Opening: Friday, 15 September 2017, 6–9 pm

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  2. 16 September – 28 October 2017

    Louisa Clement
    EXHIBITION | Des Tänzers Weg der Seele

    WENTRUP, Berlin, Germany

    WENTRUP is pleased to announce Louisa Clements first solo exhibition at the gallery. The artist will present a her new 27 photographies series "Gliedermenschen". Opening: Friday, 15 September 2017, 6–9 pm

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  3. 14 – 17 September 2017

    Nevin Aladag, Louisa Clement, Gregor Hildebrandt, Olaf Metzel
    FAIR | art berlin

    Berlin, Germany

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  1. 05 August 2017, 20h

    Peles Empire
    EXHIBITION | Portikus XXX

    Parkhaus Alt-Sachsenhausen, Upper parking deck (Walter-Kolb-Straße 16, 60594 Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

    Portikus is turning thirty. Portikus XXX is the name of the anniversary project that doesn’t look back, but simply keeps moving ahead, not inside Portikus itself, but in the city so important to Portikus: Frankfurt am Main. For Portikus XXX, Peles Empire return to Frankfurt where they started with salons and bar evenings. They are presenting a bar made of Jesmonite, a special material that the two artists have discovered for their work and reconceived as a form of expression.

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  2. 02 August 2017

    Louisa Clement
    PRESS | Alexander Forbes: 12 Artists in Summer Group Shows Who Deserve Solo Shows

    www.artsy.com

    We first spotted Clement’s work at Berlin gallery Wentrup’s booth at The Armory Show this past March. There, the 2015 graduate of Andreas Gursky’s class at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf showed works from her “Avatar” series of photographs, taken on her iPhone, of the torsos of brightly hued mannequins. For “Lyric on a Battlefield,” gallery director Miciah Hussey selected five works from Clement’s “fractures” series, which sees her lens trained on the oddly bent limbs, hands, and feet of the mannequins, which she says fill her studio to the brim.

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  3. July - September 2017

    Peles Empire
    EVENT | Peles Empire - Bar Talks

    Skulptur Projekte Münster (Aegidiikirchplatz, 48143 Münster)

    Peles Empire's project sculpture at Skulptur Projekte Münster is a venue for special bar talks: Katharina Stöver and Barbara Wolff invited seven artists whose works already had been shown at Peles Empire's exhibition spaces in London, Cluj and Berlin over the past 12 years. In this manner, the bar talks return to the roots of the first Peles Empire salons in Frankfurt as well as pointing out the collaboration between Peles Empire with other artists.

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  1. 07 – 28 August 2017


    SUMMER BREAK

    WENTRUP, Berlin, Germany

    The gallery is closed from 07 – 28 August for it's annual summer break. We will be back in the office up from 29 August. The next exhibtiion will be Louisa Clement – "Des Tänzers Weg der Seele". Opening reception on Friday, 15 September 2017, 6–9 pm.

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  2. 1 August 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    EXHIBITION | Musikzimmer

    Neues Museum, Nürnberg, Germany

    We are pleased to announce that Nevin Aladağs "Musikzimmer" will be on view at Neues Museum in Nürnberg from August 1st 2017.

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  3. August 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    PRESS | Petra Winter: Lunch mit... Gregor Hildebrandt

    Madame Magazin

    Ein Gespräch mit dem Maler und Bildhauer über den Antrieb für sein Schaffen und die musikalische Seele seines Werks

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  1. Summer/Fall 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    PUBLICATION | Das Auto in der Kunst

    Das Auto in der Kunst. Rasende Leidenschaft publication on occasion of the same titled exhibition at Kunsthalle Emden (15 July – 5 November 2017) ed. by Annette Vogel and Katharina Henkel; publ. by Wienand Verlag, Cologne, 2017 with contributions by … Continued

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  2. 16 July - 30 September 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    EXHIBITION | #10 Olaf Metzel

    mezzaterra11 – flat gallery, Belluno, Italy

    mezzaterra11 – flat gallery is a conceptual project space that opens up new interpretations on documentation images of contemporary artworks, by creating meta-linguistic translation as a white cube is compressed to be flat. International artists are invited to present their work with one image that is selected, adapted and, ultimately, printed for the space, as a format of a solo show.

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  3. 15 July – 05 November 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    EXHIBITION | Das Auto in der Kunst. Rasende Leidenschaft

    Kunsthalle Emden, Emden, Germany

    Keine technische Erfindung hat die Kunst so nachhaltig und vielfältig beeinflusst wie das Auto. Namhafte Künstler des 20. und 21. Jahrhundert haben sich mit der individuellen Mobilität auseinandergesetzt. Die Ausstellung spannt den Bogen durch die Kunstgeschichte von Pop Art, kritischem Realismus, Zero, Happening, Fluxus und Farbfotografie bis zu Videos und Installationen der zeitgenössischen Kunst.

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  1. 03 June 2017 - 07 January 2018

    Florian Meisenberg
    EXHIBITION | Hybrid Layers

    ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, Karlsruhe, Germany

    The exhibition »Hybrid Layers« focuses attention on a generation of artists who are engaging with the growing presence of the digital sphere and its effects on society. New perspectives on digital technologies, the Internet and social networks are shown, probing both virtual and physical manifestations of an artistic practice that is fundamentally influenced by the digital realm.

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  2. Summer 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    PRESS | 57th Venice Biennale - Editor's Pick: Rising Stars

    Canvas Magazine

    Judith Souriau chats with Nevin Aladağ

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  3. Summer 2017

    Peles Empire
    NEW PUBLICATION | "Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017"

    The catalogue is published on the occasion of the same titled exhibition with works by Peles Empire.

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  1. July 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    PRESS | Gabriele Lindinger & Karlheinz Schmid: ...spontan Notiertes

    Kunstzeitung

    "Kein Zweifel: Timm Ulrichs, documenta-6-Teilnehmer, der über drei Jahrzehnte in Münster als Professor für Bildhauerei gelehrt und zudem in etlichen Museen ausgestellt hat, ist einer der wichtigsten Impulsgeber der Gegenwartskunst."

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  2. Summer 2017

    Louisa Clement
    NEW PUBLICATION | "1917. In Erinnerung an Luise-Straus-Ernst. Die Rekonstruktion ihrer Kriegsausstellung im Wallraf. Mit einer Reflexion von Louisa Clement"

    The catalogue is published on the occasion of Louisa Clements same-titled solo exhibition of Louisa Clement at Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne, Germany.

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  3. Summer 2017

    Florian Meisenberg, Timm Ulrichs
    NEW PUBLICATION | "Kuss. Von Rodin bis Bob Dylan"

    The catalogue is published on the occasion of the same titled exhibition at Bröhan-Museum Berlin, Germany, with works by Florian Meisenberg and Timm Ulrichs.

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  1. Summer 2017

    John McAlllister
    NEW PUBLICATION | John McAllister – "Objects and Images in Recent Paintings"

    New Catalogue of John McAllister. Edition of 500. With Texts by Jason E. Smith, Robert Harrist JR and Richard Hawkins.

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  2. July 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    NEW ACQUISITION | Timm Ulrichs by Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany

    We are pleased to announce works of Timm Ulrichs are now in the collection of Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany. The museum acquired Ulrichs' series "Landschafts-Epiphanien" from 1972/1987 and "Walter Benjamin: "Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit" – Interpretation: Timm Ulrichs. Die Photokopie der Photokopie der Photokopie der Photokopie" from 1967.

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  3. 23 July – 10 September 2017

    Florian Meisenberg
    EXHIBITION | Shared Spaces

    Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg, Aschaffenburg, Germany

    Shared Spaces deals with our everyday interactions in digital spaces and their impact on our analogue relationships to the world. But sharing is not a loss-free transfer. The exhibition offers space for everything that is left over after this process. For residuals, overpluses, misunderstandings, likes, voids, errors and remaining answers.

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  1. July 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    PRESS | Tim Ackermann: Nevin Aladağ – Musik und Muster

    Weltkunst Documenta Spezial

    Athen, Venedig, Kassel – in diesem Sommer trifft man überall auf die Werke von Nevin Aladağ. Wer ist diese Künstlerin, deren Arbeiten unseren Alltag wieder magisch erscheinen lassen? Ein Atelierbesuch in Berlin

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  2. 05 July 2017

    Peles Empire
    PRESS | Kai Eric Schwichtenberg: Produktion. Made in Germany Drei

    www.retrospektiven.art

    ‚Produktion‘ ist nicht nur die Arbeit, nicht nur das Handwerk, sondern auch der Ort, die Produktionsstätte. ‚Peles Empire‘ (Katharina Stöver und Barbara Wolff) setzen sich in ihren Arbeiten immer wieder mit diesem Ort auseinander. Die Besonderheit ist dabei der Blick auf die Veränderungen, denen Räume unterliegen. Geplante und ungeplante Einflussnahmen, Ordnung und Chaos spielen eine entscheidende Rolle.

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  3. 01 July – 05 August 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt, John McAlllister, Florian Meisenberg, David Renggli
    EXHIBITION | L’Été plus vaste que l’Empire…

    WENTRUP & WNTRP, Berlin, Germany

    "L’Été plus vaste que l’Empire …" – Björn Braun, Mary Heimann, Friedrich Kunath, John McAllister, Günther Förg, Gregor Hildebrandt, Florian Meisenberg, Oliver Osborne, David Renggli, Daniel Richter, Kathleen Ryan, Wilhelm Sasnal, Timm Ulrichs, He Xiangyu

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  1. 27 June 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    PRESS | Hili Perlson: These Artists Made It Into Two of the Year’s Three Biggest Exhibitions—Have You Heard of Them?

    artnet news

    Having compared the artist lists of the three major art events, artnet News has noticed eight figures who appeared in two out of the Big Three this year. We delve deeper into these artists’ practices to contemplate why they were considered worthy of inclusion by the curators of at least two of these major shows, regarded in turn as deeply thought-through statements about the state of the art in our day and age. How do their ideas fit into the Now? And how well do you know their work?

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  2. 23 June – 4 August 2017

    Louisa Clement
    EXHIBITION | Lyric on a Battlefield

    Gladstone Gallery, New York, USA

    Bringing together artists working in various media, from multiple regions, and of different generations, this exhibition focuses on the lyric—the poetic first-person account of lived experience—to explore the complexities of being in the world

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  3. 23 June – 10 September 2017

    Louisa Clement
    EXHIBITION | 1917 – In Erinnerung an Louise Strauß-Ernst. Die Rekonstruktion ihrer Kriegsausstellung im Wallraf

    Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Köln, Germany

    The Wallraf is reconstructing Luise Straus-Ernst’s exhibition in its Print Room with a selection of 30 prints that were presented in 1917. At the same time the show focuses on Straus-Ernst’s motivations for directing her attention to the topic of war in art. The global political situation today makes this critical enquiry seem more relevant than ever. Through her design for the reconstructed exhibition, the artist Louisa Clement (*1987 Bonn) will weave additional links between then and now.

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  1. 23 June 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    RADIO INTERVIEW | Gregor Hildebrandt im Gespräch mit Barbara Benno für SR 2 KulturRadio

    SR 2 KulturRadio

    Gregor Hildebrandt im Gespräch mit Barbara Benno für SR 2 KulturRadio anlässlich seiner Teilnahme an der Landeskunstausstellung SaarArt11.

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  2. 21 June 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    TV | Arte Metropolis und die Documenta – Nevin Aladağ

    www.arte.tv/metropolis

    Metropolis und die Documenta – Nevin Aladağ. Die Documenta Künstlerin stellt in Athen und Kassel aus. Metropolis hat Nevin Aladağ bei der Arbeit begleitet.

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  3. 15 – 18 June 2017

    Nevin Aladag, Olaf Metzel, Peles Empire
    FAIR | ART BASEL

    Basel, Switzerland

    ART BASEL | FEATURE : Nevin Aladağ & Peles Empire || ART BASEL | UNLIMITED: Olaf Metzel

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  1. 15 June – 03 October 2017

    Florian Meisenberg, Timm Ulrichs
    EXHIBITION | Der Kuss (The Kiss)

    Bröhan Museum, Berlin, Germany

    The Kiss: A small gesture and a great inspiration for art. Hardly a ritual Our culture draws us so permanently under its spell. It is precisely the ambiguities and ambivalences of the kiss that have received a broad response in the art - also beyond romantic notions of love and passion. The exhibition begins with the art of the late 19th century and pursues the motif to the present. In addition to painting, graphics, sculpture and applied art, there are also examples of photography, film, video art, installation, performance, medication history and advertising.

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  2. 12 June – 24 September 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    EXHIBITION | Nevin Aldag – Traces

    Museum Tinguely, Basel, Switzerland

    Nevin Aladağ's videowork "Traces" will be presented at the Museum Tingly in Basel. The opening reception is during the Art Basel week.

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  3. 12 June 2017

    Peles Empire
    TV | Kulturzeit: "Skulptur Projekte" in Münster

    3sat, Mediathek

    Bei der Schau "Skulptur Projekte" in Münster, die alle zehn Jahre parallel zur documenta stattfindet, gibt es ausschließlich Skulpturen zu sehen - diese sind sehr unterschiedlicher Natur.

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  1. 10 June – 01 October 2017

    Peles Empire
    EXHIBITION | Skulptur Projekte Münster

    Münster, Germany

    We are pleased to announce PELES EMPIRE’s participation in the 5th edition of the Skulptur Projekte Münster in 2017.

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  2. 10 June – 17 September 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    EXHIBITION | documenta 14

    Hessisches Landesmuseum

    We are pleased to announce that Nevin Aladağ is participating in the documenta 14 in Athens, Greece and Kassel, Germany.

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  3. 9 June 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    PRESS | documenta: Ach, so ein knuffiger Panzer

    ZEIT ONLINE

    "Inspirierend, verstörend, aufrüttelnd", so hat Kulturstaatsministerin Monika Grütters die documenta14 bezeichnet. Am Samstag wird die weltweit wohl bedeutendste Kunstschau im Beisein von Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier und dem griechischen Präsidenten Prokopis Pavlopoulos offiziell eröffnet. Im April begann die Ausstellung bereits in Athen. Bis zum 17. September werden nun mehr als 160 Künstler in Kassel ihre Werke präsentieren, bis zu eine Million Besucher werden erwartet. Wir zeigen vorab eine Auswahl der prägnantesten Objekte.

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  1. 8 June 2017

    Peles Empire
    PRESS | Till Briegleb: Wir brauchen euch alle

    Süddeutsche Zeitung

    Und das Künstlerduo Peles Empire setzt seine Arbeit mit Reproduktionsstafetten fort, indem sie eine künstliche Abbruchlandschaft inszenieren, deren Objekte wiederum als Abbilder auf den Wänden und dem Boden zu sehen sind. Walter Benjamins Frage nach der Aura des Kunstwerks in Zeiten seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit steht hier auf aus Ruinen.

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  2. June 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    PRESS | Laura Helena Wurth: Olaf Metzel „Plattenbau“ – Rückblick

    KubaParis - Zeitschrift für junge Kunst

    Wie zufällige Ansammlungen von Metallschrott befinden sich Metzel’s dreidimensionale Arbeiten, auf den ersten Blick, in der Galerie Wentrup. Sie wirken scharfkantig, bruchstückhaft. Metzel zwingt, durch die Deformierung seiner Gebilde, von ausgetrampelten Pfaden abzuweichen und neue Wege der Betrachtung und Einordnung zu gehen. Seine sehr präzisen Arbeiten entziehen sich konstant der kompletten und damit eindeutigen Ansicht des Betrachters.

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  3. 03 June – 03 September 2017

    Peles Empire
    Produktion. Made in Germany Drei

    Kunstverein Hannover, Hanover, Germany

    Peles Empire are participating in the third edition of Made in Germany, which is collectively curated on a five-year-cycle by the three institutions, focuses on the conditions of producing art in Germany. The exhibition focuses on artistic positions that address production processes and examines the sites at which it is produced and presented. Besides processual approaches, by way of examples it investigates forms of production that direct the spotlight on network concepts. This becomes palpable based on collective approaches and time-based presentations in which the body and the social attain altered visibilities.

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  1. 30 May 2017

    Peles Empire
    Hili Perlson: A Brief Guide to Skulptur Projekte Münster, the Most Important Art Show That Millennials Have Never Heard About

    artnet news

    The Berlin-based group Peles Empire, whose practice involves translating the furnishings of the Romanian Peles Castle into installations, will react to this with a sculpture installed in the city center inspired by Münster’s postwar reconstruction of building façades.

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  2. 26 May 2017

    Peles Empire
    Lisa Uekötter: Giebelfassade mit Kran errichtet

    Westfälische Nachrichten

    Viel ist von dem Kunstwerk noch nicht zu sehen. Versteckt hinter Bauzäunen arbeitet ein fünfköpfiges Team um das Künstlerduo „Peles Empire“ an seinem Projekt. Eine acht Meter hohe Fassaden-Hütte wollen Katharina Stöver und Barbara Wolff am Aegidiimarkt aufstellen. Es ist eines von 36 Werken der Skulptur-Projekte Münster.

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  3. 26 May 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    Michael Diers: Wer führte dir die Hand?

    Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

    Zum zentralen Thema der Schau, der Rolle des Bildes, tragen großartig die dicht gehängten schwarzen Jalousie-Gemälde von Tal R bei, oder Thomas Huber mit seinen Bild-im-Bild-Meditationen. Aber auch Olaf Metzel mit seiner langen, fast den Treppenhausschacht füllenden Skulptur aus zerknüllten Aluminiumblechen, auf die aktuelle Magazin- und Zeitungsseiten zum Thema Reformation gedruckt sind.

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  1. 28 May – 24 September 2017

    Cristian Andersen
    Klöntal Triennale 2017 – Part of a Moment

    Kunsthaus Glarus / Klöntal, Switzerland

    The Klöntal Triennale was launched in 2014 as a large exhibition project in the landscape above Glarus as well as in the Kunsthaus Glarus. From May to September 2017 it is now held for the second time, again in the interplay of Kunsthaus and several places in the Klöntal.

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  2. 19 May – 17 September 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    Luther und die Avantgarde. Zeitgenössische Kunst in Wittenberg

    Altes Gefängnis Wittenberg, Wittenberg, Germany

    International contemporary art meets the spiritual figure of Luther – the exhibition will not focus on Martin Luther as a historic figure but as a visionary and avant-gardist of his era. The historic prison in Wittenberg will serve as a central exhibition venue and is being renovated and opened to the public on the occasion of the exhibition.

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  3. 19 May – 17 September 2017

    Peles Empire
    remnant

    Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany

    The principle of copying and juxtaposing different materials and styles, and the resulting "infiltration" of the "original", also characterizes the operation of PELES EMPIRE. The work is always closely related to the architecture of the exhibition rooms. In Kassel Kunstverein, the partly deconstructed moment in the "Sternhochhaus" is picked up and characteristics of the rooms are highlighted. Based on the spatial structure, almost functional spatial elements such as shifted columns, space separators and objects arise which raise the question of which elements were already present and which were added.

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  1. 13 May – 26 November 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    La Biennale di Venezia

    Venice, Italy

    We are pleased to announce NEVIN ALADAG's participation in the 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia VIVA ARTE VIVA curated by Christine Macel.

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  2. 12 May – 16 July 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    Natur // Kultur. Positionen der Münchener Secession aus Skulptur und Malerei

    Neue Galerie Dachau, Dachau, Germany

    In der Neuen Galerie wird eine Ausstellung zu sehen sein, die Werke von Bildhauern und Malern vereint, die sich dem Wechselverhältnis von Natur und Kultur widmen. Sie bestehen aus Naturmaterialien, sind von Naturformen inspiriert, zeigen das Eindringen des Menschen in den Naturraum oder beschäftigen sich mit der fortschreitenden Zerstörung der Natur durch den Menschen. Als Künstler sind ausgewählt: Christoph Drexler, Konrad Loder, Andreas Legath, Hartmut Pfeuffer, Dorothea Reese-Heim und Timm Ulrichs.

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  3. 12 May 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Alexxa Gotthardt & Scott Indrisek: 14 Artists You’ll Be Talking about Long after the Venice Biennale

    Artsy

    The Venice Biennale’s centerpiece exhibition, “Viva Arte Viva,” may altogether falter in the breadth of its curatorial framework. But, in its central ambition, as a celebration of artists, there is a wealth of work to celebrate, ponder, and discuss. Here are a few of the projects and presentations the art world will remember long after this epic show closes.

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  1. 10 May – 27 August 2017

    Axel Geis, Gregor Hildebrandt
    Neue Schwarze Romantik / New Black Romanticism

    The National Museum of Art of Bucharest Bucharest, Romania

    For further information please visit www.mnar.arts.ro 

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  2. 06 May 2017 – 04 February 2018

    Karl Haendel
    Game On!

    Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

    This original exhibition debuts one of the Museum’s most recent acquisitions, a large-scale, graphite drawing by American artist Karl Haendel. Wishbone captures themoment Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson begins slipping past Cleveland Browns defensive tackle ShaunRogers in a 2009 season opener. This meticulously hand-rendered, photorealisticgraphic drawing inspired by a photograph freezes a fraction of a sports second into a 84.5-inch by 103-inch wall mural.

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  3. 06 May – 08 Oktober 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Olaf Metzel, Timm Ulrichs
    Nah und Fern. Skulpturen am Rheinkilometer 529

    Gera and Kuno Foundation, Bingen am Rhein, Germany

    Along the Rhine at kilometer 529, on the fourth Sculpture Triennial of the Gera and Kuno Foundation under this year's title "Nah und Fern" (Near and Far), 20 different positions will be shown including works by Timm Ulrichs and Olaf Metzel.

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  1. 04 May 2017

    Karl Haendel
    James D. Watts: Arts: Philbrook Downtown unveils 'Game On!'

    www.tulsaword.com

    Are you ready for some football? If so, Philbrook Downtown is opening Friday a new exhibit built around its most recent acquisition: an gigantic graphite drawing of Minnesota Viking running back and former Oklahoma Sooner Adrian Peterson breaking through the Cleveland Browns' defensive line during the first game of the 2009 NFL season. The work by Los Angeles artist Karl Haendel, titled "Wishbone," was purchased by Philbrook in December when Philbrook officials visited Art Basel, the international art show held in Miami, Fla.

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  2. 29 April – 24 June 2017


    Zanele Muholi – "Somnyama Ngonyama"

    WNTRP, Berlin, Germany

    WNTRP shows Zanele Muholi’s current series "Somnyama Ngonyama" (Zulu for: hail the black lioness), in which she stages herself in multiple identities for the camera. After stops in the Stevenson Gallery in Cape Town and the Luma Foundation in Arles, these works can be seen for the first time in Germany.

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  3. 29 April – 24 June 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    Olaf Metzel – Plattenbau

    WENTRUP, Berlin, Germany

    Olaf Metzel’s second solo exhibition in the Wentrup gallery presents new works under the title Plattenbau [prefabricated apartment building usually made of concrete slabs]. For Metzel, the “Platte” (‘pre-fab’; literally: slab) is not only an architectural construction practice and material culture of the former East Bloc, but also a promise of Western postwar Modernist architecture, and similarly it highlights the discrepancy between ideal and reality.

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  1. 28 April – 06 August 2017

    Florian Meisenberg
    Myths of the Marble

    ICA Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia, PA

    What happens to identity, architecture and materiality when our physical reality meets the virtual spaces created by new technology?

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  2. 28 – 30 April 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN 2017

    WENTRUP and WNTRP, Berlin, Germany

    On this year's Gallery Weekend Berlin 2017 we present Olaf Metzel – "Plattenbau" at WENTRUP as well as Zanele Muholi – "Somnyama Ngonyama" at WNTRP.

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  3. April 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Jens Hinrichsen: Die Documenta Künstler: Nevin Aladag

    Monopol – Magazin für Kunst und Kultur

    Wenn ein alter Esstisch reden könnte, was würde er über Familienstreitigkeiten und so manches Candle-Light Dinner zu zweit ausplaudern? In ihrem "Musikzimmer" lässt die Berliner Künstlerin Nevin Aladag Möbel zwar nicht sprechen, aber singen.

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  1. 11 April 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Künstlerprotokolle: "Mutig und richtig, die Documenta nach Athen zu holen"

    SZ.de

    "'Von Athen lernen', das Motto der 14. Documenta, bedeutet für mich, ortsbezogen zu arbeiten, zu schauen, wie sich das Leben hier etwa von unserem in Deutschland unterscheidet. […] Athen hat in den Augen der deutschen Öffentlichkeit nichts Attraktives mehr, gerade deshalb finde ich die Entscheidung, hier die Documenta abzuhalten, so mutig und richtig."

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  2. 10 April 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Hili Perlson: "At Documenta 14, Everything's a Strategy - Even Bad Hanging"

    www.news.artnet.com

    It was the performances that made the venue come alive: Nevin Aladağ’s whimsical furniture-pieces-turned-musical-instruments were activated in improvisational jams several times a day, and 86-year-old experimental composer and influential scholar Alvin Lucier captivated the audience with a live performance of his seminal piece I Am Sitting in a Room, which uses repetition and the frequencies of the space to resonate the room’s spatiality.

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  3. 09 April – 11 June 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Extended Compositions

    Kunsthaus Centre PasquArt, Biel, Switzerland

    Das Ausstellungsprojekt EXTENDED COMPOSITIONS BIEL zeigt das Spannungsfeld und Beziehungsgeflecht zwischen Kunst und Musik - Sehen und Hören - Bild und Klang. Ausgehend von Ansätzen wie der Synästhesie Alexander Skrjabins, der sich als Komponist mit seinem Farbenklavier der Kunst öffnete und Töne mit Farben verband oder Hans Richter, der als Bildender Künstler mit dem kontrapunktischen Denken musikalische Ansätze ins Optische und Filmische übertrug, zeigt die Ausstellung die Weiterentwicklung eines noch jungen, marginären Bereichs, der im Ursächlichen auf das Zwischenfeld von musikalischer und visueller Komposition zielt.

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  1. 09 April – 21 May 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    AM ANFANG WAR DAS WORT AM

    Galerie des Kunsthauses der Achim Freyer Stiftung, Berlin, Germany

      For further information please visit www.achimfreyer.com

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  2. 09 April 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Jason Farago: Documenta 14, a German Art Show's Greek Revival

    www.nytimes.com

    ATHENS — Even today, in a supersaturated calendar of worldwide art events, no show matters more than Documenta, a colossal German exhibition of contemporary art, reinvented every five or so years as a “museum of 100 days.”

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  3. 08 April 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Interview with Nevin Aladag on Rbb Online

    www.rbb-online.de

    In Athen eröffnet de Documenta 14, bevor sie im Juni nach Kassel kommt. Eines der wohl sinnlichsten Kunstwerke hat die in Berlin lebende Deutsch-Türkin Nevin Aladağ aufgebaut: Das "Musikzimmer Athen".

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  1. 08 April – 16 July 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    documenta 14

    ΩA Athens Conservatoire, Athens, Greece

    We are pleased to announce that Nevin Aladağ is participating in the documenta 14 in Athens, Greece and Kassel, Germany.

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  2. 31 March 2017 – 14 January 2018

    Florian Meisenberg
    ARS17+ Hello World!

    Kiasma, Finish National Gallery Helsinki, Finland

    ARS17 is a major exhibition of international contemporary art on the theme of digital revolution. The exhibition will showcase artists of the new millennium and offer a fresh approach to contemporary art by also expanding the viewing experience into the online realm.

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  3. 23 – 25 March 2017

    Karl Haendel, Gregor Hildebrandt, John McAlllister, Olaf Metzel
    ART BASEL HONG KONG

    Hong Kong, CN

    Booth 1D31

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  1. 24 March – 16 July 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    No Secrets! Bilder der Überwachung

    Münchner Stadtmuseum, Munich, Germany

    A brief historical overview looks at early examples of government surveillance of both people and places such as the introduction of public street lighting and the use of police photographs as a precursor to modern biometric identification methods. The main body of the exhibition features contemporary works including photographs, videos, paintings, posters and installations that employ a wide range of tactics to attack, reflect upon or at any rate expose modern-day surveillance practices.

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  2. 17 March – 06 August 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin

    The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

    This exhibition of contemporary artworks presents photography, video, sculpture, and painting seen through the lens of influential philosopher Walter Benjamin’s magnum opus The Arcades Project.

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  3. 02 – 05 March 2017

    Nevin Aladag, Miriam Böhm, Louisa Clement, Karl Haendel, Gregor Hildebrandt, Florian Meisenberg, Olaf Metzel
    The Armory Show

    New York, NY

    Booth 704

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  1. 01 March 2017

    Louisa Clement
    20 Artists to Watch at The Armory Show

    www.artsy.com

    As The Armory Show opens its 23rd edition, 209 galleries from 30 countries across the globe have converged on Manhattan’s west side. The fair’s 2017 installment boasts not only roomier aisles and bigger booths, but an increase to the number of galleries in the Presents section, which offers solo or duo artist presentations by young dealers, and a revitalized Focus section, bringing in new or rarely seen work curated by Jarrett Gregory. With these changes come an abundance of artists on the rise. These range from young German photographer and Andreas Gursky protégé Louisa Clement (...)

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  2. 25 February 2017 – 04 February 2018

    Nevin Aladag
    Nevin Aladag. Fünf Steine Spiel

    Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria

    Based in Berlin, Nevin Aladağ uses everyday objects and situations as a starting point for her artworks, in which she deals with cultural and political codes, as well as their origins and histories. For 2017, Aladağ is invited to do … Continued

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  3. January/February 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Anna Sansom: Tape That. The obsessive Gregor Hildebrandt

    Damn Magazine, Issue No 60

    In his artistic practice, Gregor Hildebrandt makes extensive use of pre-recorded cassette tapes, employing these as material for pictures and other pieces. The tapes are applied directly to canvases and photographic prints and used on buildings or in room-sized installations.

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  1. 18 February – 15 April 2017

    Miriam Böhm
    Miriam Böhm

    WNTRP, Berlin, Germany

    Upcoming solo exhibition of Miriam Böhm at WNTRP, Berlin

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  2. 11 February – 23 April 2017

    Louisa Clement
    new talents – destination

    Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster Aachen, Germany

    Louisa Clement will be shown at new talents – biennale cologne. A future platform of young graduates from the areas of art, film, composition, choreography and design.

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  3. 11 February – 15 April 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    Die Welt im Wohnzimmer

    WENTRUP, Berlin, Germany

    Opening Reception: Friday, 10 February 2017, 6–9 pm

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  1. 03 February – 02 April 2017

    Florian Meisenberg
    Myths of the Marble

    Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway

    What happens to identity, architecture and materiality when our physical reality meets the virtual spaces created by new technology?

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  2. 28 January – 23 April 2017

    Hicham Berrada
    Retour sur Mulholland Drive (curated by Nicolas Bourriaud)

    La Panacée, Montpellier, France

    We are pleased to announce Hicham Berrada at La Panacée, Montpellier, France

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  3. Opening 28 January 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Liman/Harbor

    The Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Istanbul, Turkey

    Nevin Aladag solo exhibition at The Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Istanbul.

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  1. 16 January – 24 July 2017

    Karl Haendel
    Unsere Amerikaner (presentation of the collection)

    Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Bielfeld, Germany

    Presentation of the collection of Kunsthalle Bielefeld

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  2. 12 January – 23 February 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Alle Schläge sind erlaubt

    Almine Rech Gallery, Paris, France

    The expression tous les coups sont permis (“no holds barred”) is as true of Gregor Hildebrandt’s Berlin studio as that other old adage about everything in love and war. The ancient war game of chess neatly makes the point that there are always rules demarcating a field of endless possibilities, rules that provide the necessary basis for all subsequent progress and development.

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  3. 07 January – 11 February 2017

    Karl Haendel
    BY AND BY

    Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles, CA

    The exhibition includes several inter-connected works that address the loaded nature of portraiture: the role of this genre in establishing how we, as a culture, remember the acts of public figures, describe who occupies certain positions in our society, and whose images are recorded and why.

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  1. 31 December 2016

    Peles Empire
    Arielle Bier: The Berlin Artist-Run Galleries You Need to Know

    www.artsy.com

    Berlin continues to top the charts as a global cultural capital. The city is saturated with creatives, and the jestful adage “If you throw a stone in Berlin, you’ll hit an artist,” quite frankly, rings true. In recent years, artists, curators, and art connoisseurs alike, have flocked to the nation’s capital to set up shop, chasing after the next big thing.

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  2. 23 December 2016 – 29 January 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Sieben auf einen Streich

    Kunstverein Heppenheim, Heppenheim, Germany

    Opening 22 December 2016, 7 pm

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  3. 25 November 2016 – 21 May 2017

    Olaf Metzel
    Zeichnungsräume. Positionen zeitgenössischer Graphik. Teil II

    Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany

    During the 60s, the limitations of drawings were radically expanded. Minimal and conceptual artists like Sol LeWitt or Fred Sandback transferred the line from the two-dimensional surface into space. The drawing entered the third dimension. Time, space, body, language and memory, observation and action become the decisive factors in works by Franz Erhard Walther. And that “breakthrough into space” is the focus of this exhibition.

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  1. 01 – 04 December 2016

    Nevin Aladag, Karl Haendel, Gregor Hildebrandt, Olaf Metzel, David Renggli
    ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH

    MIAMI BEACH, FL

    Booth B28

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  2. November 2016

    Karl Haendel
    NEW ACQUISITION: Karl Haendel, Unfinished Obama (mirrored), 2016

    New acquisition by the Staff-Stiftung, Lemgo, Germany. Will be on permanent loan to the Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Germany.

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  3. November 2016

    Miriam Böhm
    NEW PUBLICATION | Miriam Böhm - wie fast

    argobooks

    The publication is published on the occasion of the same titled exhibition at the Rudolf-Scharpf-Galerie (Wilhelm-Hack-Museum), in Ludwigshafen, Germany.

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  1. 25 November 2015 – 21 January 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    Timm Ulrichs: Trial & Error

    Kunsthaus Nexus, Saalfelden, Austria

    Die erste große Überblicksschau des selbsternannten „Totalkünstlers“ und „Universal-Dilettanten“ Timm Ulrichs in Österreich zeigt prägnante Arbeiten aus allen Tätigkeitsbereichen des bekannten deutschen Konzept- und Körperkünstlers, Aktionisten und Neodadaisten. Basis der Ausstellung bietet dabei die Sammlung des Kunstmuseums Ahlen in Deutschland.

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  2. November 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    NEW PUBLICATION: OLAF METZEL. HANS VON MARÉES. Eine Annäherung / an Approach

    The publication is published on the occasion of the same titled exhibition at the Bayrische Staatsgemäldesammlungen and Neue Pinakothek München.

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  3. Florian Meisenberg

    The new website of Florian Meisenberg is online now.

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  1. 21 November 2016

    John McAlllister
    John McAllister: How a Former Museum Night Guard Has Become the Toast of the Art World – and the Talk of Miami

    www.architecturaldigest.com

    John McAllister studied photojournalism in college, but you’d never know it from his paintings—radiant works featuring fantastical flowers and patterns in sun-drenched hues. “I can’t remember a time in my life I wasn’t painting, but I had this idea that you couldn’t be taught to paint,” he recalls thinking as an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin.

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  2. 21 November 2016

    Peles Empire
    Henri Neuendorf: 10 Emerging Artists to Keep on Your Radar

    www.news.artnet.com

    Every year thousands of young artists in the early stages of their career help shape the dynamic and constantly changing landscape of contemporary art. Here we collect the most talented newcomers from around the world.

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  3. 18 November 2016 – 21 January 2017


    Christopher Kline: O.K. – The Musical (The Many Ghosts of Martin Van Buren)

    WNTRP, Berlin, Germany

    For the past two years, Christopher Kline has been working on, "O.K.", an ongoing project based around the history and lore of the artist’s hometown of Kinderhook, New York. At WNTRP, Kline presents "O.K. – The Musical (The Many Ghosts of Martin Van Buren)", a scene of puppet theatre from a larger work which depicts the late President Martin Van Buren sitting in his study at his Kinderhook home Lindenwald.

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  1. 17 November 2016 – 06 January 2017

    Florian Meisenberg
    Conversation: Florian Meisenberg and Sarah Rosengarten

    www.kubaparis.com

    Conversation – Florian Meisenberg and Sarah Rosengarten in a What's App Interview for KubaParis – Zeitschrift für junge Kunst.

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  2. November 2016

    Axel Geis
    New Publication: Bühnenreif

    The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Bühnenreif at Arp Museum Bahnhof Roseneck in Remagen, Germany.

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  3. 17 November 2016 – 06 January 2017

    Florian Meisenberg
    There was a world, once, you punk

    BLOK Art Space, Istanbul, Turkey

    Group exhibition curated by Point Project (Anna-Lena Werner, Anneli Botz and Lars Bjerre) With Andreas Greiner, Dunja Herzog, Florian Meisenberg, Lars Bjerre, Lydia Ourahmane, Markus Hoffmann, Serkan Taycan

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  1. 12 November – 17 December 2016

    David Renggli
    Sunshine on Fruits

    Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, Switzerland

    Opening on Friday, 11 November 2016

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  2. 11 November 2016 – 06 January 2017

    Axel Geis
    Spekulativer Realismus

    Neue Galerie Gladbeck, Gladbeck, Germany

    Group exhibition with Peter Doig, Axel Geis, Malgosia Jankowska

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  3. Opening 03 November 2016

    Mathew Hale
    NO RECTO || no verso

    joségarcía ,mx, Mexico

    Solo exhibition NO RECTO || no verso by Mathew Hale in Mexico.

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  1. November 2016

    Miriam Böhm
    Miriam Böhm: Alte Meister, von neuen geliebt.

    Monopol - Magazin für Kunst und Leben

    In the current issue of MONOPOL - Magazin für Kunst und Leben MIRIAM BÖHM is explaining what she likes about Duccio di Buoninsegna's "Maestá".

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  2. October 2016 - on going

    Olaf Metzel
    The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse

    The Margulies Collection, Miami, FL

    Featuring: Jannis Kounellis, Mark Dion, Mark Manders, Olaf Metzel, Meuser, Will Ryman et al.

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  3. Oktober 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    Tim Ackermann: Auf Biegen und Brechen

    Weltkunst - München Spezial, No 121, 2016

    Mehr Stunk macht keiner: Olaf Metzel ist der meistdiskutierte Bildhauer der Republik. Seit 25 Jahren lebt er in München. Wir haben ihn dort besucht.

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  1. NEW GALLERY WNTRP

    Potsdamer Straße 91, 10785 Berlin, Germany

    WNTRP is an exhibition space, a discursive platform, and an independent extension of the gallery WENTRUP. WNTRP opens specifically for artistic strategies that question the possibilities and limitations of the exhibition space as such.

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  2. 28 October – 31 December 2016

    John McAlllister
    "CHORUS CLAMORS SULTRY"

    WENTRUP, Berlin, Germany

    With "CHORUS CLAMORS SULTRY" the artist has his first exhibition in Germany.

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  3. 22 October 2016 – 29 January 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Die Kerze

    Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden, Germany

    As a pictorial object, the candle has deep cultural and art historical roots. In addition to its practical function as a source of light, its use is also replete with symbolism: candles can stand for transience and death, illustrate biblical scenes and charge them with emotion, express feelings such as grief or melancholy, illuminate portrayals of science and the arts in the true sense of the word or subtly add an erotic layer to the scenes depicted.

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  1. 22 October – 04 December 2016

    Mathew Hale
    3rd Istanbul Design Biennial

    Istanbul, Turkey

    MATHEW HALE will be part of the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial. He will show his installation 5TH HELENA from 2015.

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  2. 21 October 2016 – 12 February 2017

    Nevin Aladag
    Nevin Aladag

    LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz, Linz, Austria

    In her films, sculptures and installations, Nevin Aladağ (b. 1972 in Van, Turkey) works both with traditional materials and techniques and with elements borrowed from pop and youth culture. She is equally at home with manual skills and the digital media. Musical motifs run as a thread through many of her works.

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  3. October 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Fashion into atelier: Gregor Hildebrandt in Berlin

    Vogue Korea

    Fashion into atelier: Gregor Hildebrandt in Berlin, Vogue Korea, August 2016, p. 270 – 277. download the pdf here

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  1. October 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Fabian Peltsch: Analog-Künstler. Gregor Hildebrandt erschafft aus Tonträgern schwarze Welten

    Rolling Stone Magazine

    Fabian Peltsch: Analog-Künstler. Gregor Hildebrandt erschafft aus Tonträgern schwarze Welten, Rolling Stone, Issue 264, October 2016, p. 40/41, 46. Read the full story here

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  2. 24 September 2016 – 19 February 2017

    Timm Ulrichs
    (unerwartet). Die Kunst des Zufalls

    Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

    Chance defies all determination – and yet art uses calculated chance as a creative force. In the past century artists have developed varied methods and processes to trigger chance and make the »[un]expected« visible within fixed parameters. With around 120 works, the large special exhibition shows for the first time how experimentally or systematically artists have dealt with the element of chance.

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  3. 23 September 2016 – 23 April 2017

    Axel Geis
    Ready for Stage / Act 1 (1900 - 2016)

    Arp Museum, Remagen, Germany

    The show "Ready for the Stage / Act 1 (1900 – 2016)" comprises works from Classical Modernism up to contemporary art. Using stage models, costumes, installations, video works, but also painting and sculpture, the relationships between the performative and the visual arts will be shown in their many facets.

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  1. 23 September – 04 December 2016

    Miriam Böhm
    Miriam Böhm. wie fast

    Wilhelm-Hack-Museum (Rudolf-Scharpf-Galerie), Ludwigshafen, Germany

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  2. 22 September – 12 November 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    "Bilder malen wie Cure"

    Galerie Perrotin, Seoul, South Korea

    For his exhibition "Bilder malen wie Cure" (“Painting Pictures Like The Cure”), Hildebrandt has created new collages from audio cassette tapes recorded with songs by the British band The Cure. Even though only one song is used for each work, often times multiple recordings are needed to cover the canvas surface – and those little spots between the dark strands mark the physical and musical beginning, or ending, of each song.

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  3. 16 September – 30 October 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    Les Fleurs

    WNTRP, Berlin, Germany

    Hicham Berrada's videos, installations and objects often make the phenomena of nature as their own, or they form processes from natural scientific experiments. Berrada imitates, in the spaces he designs, conditions of nature and then moves them from their original context into the exhibition space. The conceptual art strategy of context displacement often resembles the scientific experimental setup.

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  1. 15 – 18 September 2016

    Miriam Böhm

    Berlin, Germany

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  2. 09 September – 19 October 2016

    Florian Meisenberg
    "Um, nice guy, good hospitality, but.. y'know.. I-I-I don't think he knows how to turn on a computer. (brief pause) So... but th-the good thing is he's filling the void.. uh, with coverage in ███████ at the moment so y'know they're–they're not drowning."

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

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  3. September/October 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Jetzt wird's hot im Staate Dänemark

    Avlskarl Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

    For the exhibition "Jetzt wird’s hot im Staate Dänemark", the German edition of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet published by Reclam serves as a model and leitmotif. The artist engraves the image of the book cover, a portrait of an actor playing Hamlet, on granite and places it opposite the entrance of the narrow exhibition space.

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  1. 04 July – 25 September 2016

    Timm Ulrichs
    Les Rencontres de la Photography

    Arles, France

    Timm Ulrichs is taking part in "Les Rencontres de la Photography", the international photo festival in Arles, France

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  2. 2016

    Miriam Böhm

    NEW PUBLICATION WITH MIRIAM BÖHM: "Das autonome Bild. Fünf Konzepte aktueller Fotografie"

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  3. 02 – 30 July 2016

    Cristian Andersen
    Cristian Andersen & Amy Brener

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    The work of the Dane, Cristian Andersen, and the Canadian, Amy Brener, are seen together for the first time at Wentrup.

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  1. 30 June – 14 August 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    HYPERCONNECTED, 5th Moscow Young Art Biennale

    Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow

    Hicham Berrada is participatiing in the 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art which ranks among the largest and most ambitious projects in the field of contemporary art in summer 2016. The mission of the Biennale, founded by NCCA and MMOMA, is to discover new names of emerging artists, create opportunities for their public demonstration, and promote contemporary art in the urban context.

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  2. 29 June 2016 – 16 January 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Entre deux horizons. Avant-gardes allemandes et françaises du Saarlandmuseum

    Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz, France

    The exhibition "Entre deux horizons" tells the enthralling and complex story through a collection that serves perfectly the purpose: that of the Saarlandmuseum’s Moderne Galerie (Saarbrücken). The chronological layout, that brings together 240 paintings, sculptures, prints and photographs, is completed by an extensive documentation – coming mainly from the Bibliothèque Kandinsky – to explain the historical context.

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  3. Florian Meisenberg
    Arielle Bier: Yore So Vain

    Sleek, No 40, Spring 2016

    How often have you looked in the mirror, updated your CV, bought a new pair of shoes, or even second-guessed a social media post and thought ‘Is this me?’ As our perceptions of the world become mediated through computer screens, “ICH” (“ME”), an exhibition at Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt examines identity 2.0 through a series of selfie-related artworks.

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  1. 11 June – 16 September 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Ich möchte weiterhin verwundbar bleiben

    Grieder Contemporary, Zurich, Switzerland

    Gregor Hildebrandt's works embody an elegant blend of the light and the heavy, the transient and the permanent. As an aficionado of films and music of his era, he treats them with such respect as to almost preclude the use of the prefix "pop-". Gregor Hildebrandt's concept of culture is shaped by personal passions, thus making his explorations an exercise in both selectivity and intensity.

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  2. 10 June – 01 October 2017

    Peles Empire
    Skulptur Projekte

    Münster, Germany

    We are pleased to announce PELES EMPIRE’s participation in the 5th edition of the Skulptur Projekte Münster in 2017.

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  3. 10 June 2016 – 22 January 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Die Sprache der Dinge. Materialgeschichten aus der Sammlung

    21er Haus Wien, Vienna, Austria

    Matter, material and materiality have acted both as points of departure and subjects of artistic production since the 1960s. While for example Minimal Art focused on the specific characteristics of the used material, today’s phenomena of digitization bring about a new tension between materiality and immateriality that is reflected in contemporary art practices.

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  1. 26 June 2016 – 26 June 2017

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Florian Meisenberg, David Renggli, Timm Ulrichs
    Presentation of the Philara Collection

    Sammlung Philara, Düsseldorf, Germany

    Philara Collection is reopening their new space on June 26th 2016 in Düsseldorf-Flingern.

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  2. 24 June – 16 October 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    Beton

    Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria

    In the 1950s and 60s, concrete was regarded as the epitome of modernism. An individual architectural style based on concrete established itself, so-called brutalism (originating from the French word for exposed concrete: béton brut). Brutalist architecture not only distinguishes itself through an expressive application of concrete but through a distinct social element; brutalist architecture stands for social housing, municipal educational establishments, cultural centers, and universities.

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  3. 24 June – 01 October 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Olaf Metzel
    Just Black and White

    Galerie Klüser, Munich, Germany

    “Just Black and White” is a plea to perceive and experience art. And this means with respect to its formal quality and to its possible spectrum of impact within the nuances of black and white. The exhibition tracks this fascination with works by 20 individual positions.

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  1. 17 June 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    Susanne Schreiber: Machtversessen und markenbildend

    www.handelsblatt.com

    Zu den wenigen Arbeiten der Art Basel, die unsere politische Wirklichkeit in den Blick nehmen, zählt die „Sammelstelle“ von Olaf Metzel. Dafür erwartet die Berliner Galerie Wentrup 180.000 Euro. Sie zeigt die In-situ-Arbeit als Feature-Beitrag in einer beklemmenden Ecksituation. Eine Drehtür, ein schief hängender Metallabfalleimer und eine von Kämpfen zeugende Metall-Wandverkleidung simulieren den gefängnisartigen Raum einer Sammelstelle für Flüchtlinge.

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  2. 16 – 19 June 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    Art Basel Feature

    Basel, Switzerland

    Hall 2.1 | Booth T12

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  3. 14 June 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    Alexander Forbes: At Art Basel, the Most Relevant Art Today Is from Decades Ago

    www.artsy.net

    The presentations best poised to address the particular troubles we’re facing at the moment can be found in Art Basel in Basel’s Feature section of gallery-led curatorial projects. Olaf Metzel’s Sammelstelle (1992), presented by Berlin’s Wentrup, was initially conceived as a response to the influx of migrants Germany received in the early ’90s from Yugoslavia.

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  1. 10 June 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    Griselda Murray Brown: The market for monumental art: who’s buying?

    The Financial Times, www.ft.com

    This year’s Feature sector is bigger than previous editions — 32 booths, up from 30 last year — each of which will be presenting a bold curatorial project. Two galleries are addressing themes of migration: Wentrup (Berlin) is reviving Olaf Metzel’s installation “Sammelstelle” (1992), made in response to refugees arriving in Germany from the former Yugoslavia that year.

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  2. 10 June 2016

    Nevin Aladag
    Anne Katrin Fessler: Kunst im öffentlichen Raum: Nevin Aladag auf dem Wiener Graben

    www.derstandard.at

    Heimischer Stein und orientalische Muster in der Wiener Innenstadt Wien – Der Wind spielt auf einem Triangel im Baum. Das Vor- und Zurückwippen eines Spielplatz-Schaukelpferdchens bringt das um seinen Hals gelegte Tambourin zum Klingen. Die Schwerkraft entlockt einer Ziehharmonika ein letztes Stöhnen. Die Stadt als Orchester: So poetisch, aber auch mit Sinn für Humor hat Nevin Aladag ihre Heimatstadt Stuttgart 2015 im Projekt Traces porträtiert.

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  3. 16 June – 21 August, 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Timm Ulrichs
    Wahlverwandtschaften

    The Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia

    A group exhibition curated by Mark Gisbourne.

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  1. 3 June – 30 October 2016

    Nevin Aladag
    Screen I-III

    Kunstplatz Graben, Höhe Graben 21, 1010 Vienna, Austria

    "Screen I–III", Nevin Aladags Intervention am Wiener Graben, bestimmt einen öffentlichen Ort, indem sie diesen temporär für sich beansprucht. Wie Wandteppiche zieren die Screens die Flaniermeile, verstellen und verblenden durch ihre steinerne Eindringlichkeit die innerstädtische Geschäftigkeit. Sie markieren die Grenzen eines Raumes, bilden Konturen und Achsen innerhalb eines Feldes der Bewegung, das durch Schaufenster und urbanes Mobiliar geregelt ist.

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  2. 28 Mai – 4 September, 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Allure (frz.: Stil, Eleganz) – Fotografien aus der Collection Susanne von Meiss

    C/O Berlin, Berlin, Germany

    For further information visit www.co-berlin.org

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  3. 21 May – 17 July, 2016

    Miriam Böhm
    Das autonome Bild – Fünf Konzepte aktueller Fotografie. Miriam Böhm – Jan Paul Evers – Christiane Feser – Gottfried Jäger

    Kunstmuseum Bochum, Bochum, Germany

    Die Ausstellung zeigt fünf Vertreter einer Fotoauffassung, die der Abbildhaftigkeit ihres Mediums mit Skepsis begegnen. Sie betreiben in ihren fotografischen Arbeiten eine radikale Verunsicherung. Allzu schnelle Gewissheiten, feste Überzeugungen und Sehgewohnheiten im Zusammenhang mit dem fotografischen Medium werden von ihnen ins Wanken gebracht.

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  1. 18 May 2016

    Florian Meisenberg
    Anna-Lena Werner: Das Internet als bewusstseinserweiternde Droge. Ein Interview mit Florian Meisenberg

    www.schirn.de

    "Für 3 Monate veröffentlicht der Künstler Florian Meisenberg seine digtale Privatsphäre per Live-Stream in der Ausstellung "ICH". Ein Interview über seine Erfahrungenund sein Verständnis von virtuellen Möglichkeiten."

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  2. 16 May – 15 July 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Peles Empire
    Surface as Interface as Surface

    CARBON12, Dubai, UAE

    The contemporary tendency toward abstraction fuels our need to for the concrete: as our world becomes increasingly complex each day, our desire for a sensual experiecne grows. When we think of interfaces, we think of a way to access digital ephemera through screens and simulacra. But isn't every surface an interface and every interfac a surface?

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  3. 30 April – 29 June 2016

    Miriam Böhm
    French Connection_Perspectives on Support/Surface

    Kunstsaele, Berlin, Germany

    The new Kunstsaele exhibition French Connection_Perspectives on Support/Surface curated by Heike Fuhlbrügge will show, for the first time, selected works by the french group Support/Surface, along with works by contemporary artist. The purpose being not merely to document a direct line of succession but rather to open up perspectives and to provide inspiration for new thoughts on topics of material, painting and color.

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  1. 29 April – 16 June, 2016

    Peles Empire
    1 EYE 2 EYES

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    For their second solo exhibition at WENTRUP, Peles Empire has designed a large-scale site-specific installation that is based on several years of absorbed investigation into the relationship between original and copy.

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  2. April 29, 2016

    Florian Meisenberg
    Nuit Blanche Monaco 2016

    Monaco, Monaco

    Curated by Jörg Heiser Florian Meisenberg and Anna K.E. perform their performance Late Checkout at the terrassse de l’Hôtel Fairmont Monte-Carlo. 29 April 2016, 10:50 pm Artists: Saâdane Afif, Doug Aitken, Tino Sehgal et al.   For further informations visit … Continued

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  3. April 24 – September 9, 2016

    Nevin Aladag
    Wolfsburg Unlimited - Eine Stadt als Weltlabor

    Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany

    Was ist eine Stadt? Was macht sie aus? Was kann sie sein? Diese Fragen hat Ralf Beil nicht nur sich, sondern auch einem Kreis internationaler Künstler und Künstlerinnen gestellt, um Deutun­gen und Metamorphosen Wolfsburgs zu erkunden. Sieben eigens für die Ausstellung entstan­dene Großprojekte spiegeln die Stadt im Museum und machen damit die „Stadt als Weltla­bor“ erlebbar.

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  1. April 22, 2016

    Karl Haendel
    Natilee Harren: Knight’s Heritage: Karl Haendel and the Legacy of Appropriation, Episode Two, 2012

    www.artjournal.org

    Episode Two, 2012 Since the rise of appropriation in American art of the 1980s, the strategy has become so commonplace as to evade continued examination as a unique vein of artistic practice. At the same time, recurrent intellectual property battles around appropriative gestures in contemporary art have threatened its viability, giving rise to College Art Association’s important report published in February 2015, the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts.

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  2. 19 April – 21 May 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    presently

    Neugerriemenschneider, Berlin, Germany

    Tobias Rehberger’s “presently” is a group exhibition including over 60 artists. Looking back onto his manifold creative collaborations, “presently” brings together many of the individuals who have inspired Rehberger in the last 21 years, and accompanied him as friends, colleagues, and mentors. By prompting this group of artists, architects, designers and musicians to conceive a curated group exhibition together, Rehberger confirms that an artist does not have to work alone.

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  3. April 14 – 17, 2016

    Karl Haendel, Florian Meisenberg, Olaf Metzel, Peles Empire, David Renggli
    ART COLOGNE

    Cologne, Germany

    Hall 11.2 | Booth D-003

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  1. April 13, 2016

    Peles Empire
    Artsy Editors: 30 Emerging Artists to Watch This Spring

    www.artsy.net

    With the spring art season comes a slew of gallery exhibitions, museum shows, and art fairs brimming with the latest crop of young artists. In preparation, we consulted hundreds of galleries and sifted through thousands of artworks to uncover the 30 most promising up-and-coming artists across the globe.

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  2. April 12, 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Jessica Jungbauer: "The Intricate Art Of Gregor Hildebrandt's Tape Installations"

    www.ignant.de

    What once used to be a brewery building in Berlin-Wedding today houses the spacious top-floor studio of artist Gregor Hildebrandt, welcoming visitors with a bustling creativity. It’s in these rooms that Hildebrandt and his team create abstract artworks using videotapes and cassettes, making him one of the most renowned contemporary German artists, whose works are displayed in galleries worldwide.

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  3. April 13 – May 8, 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Falkenrot Preis 2016

    Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

    We are delighted to announce the nomination of the FALKENROT PRIZE WINNER 2016. With this, the Falkenrot Prize has been awarded for the tenth time. It is presented to international artists whose work is considered likely to set new standards in contemporary painting and interrelated fields. The Falkenrot Prize-winner 2016 is Berlin-based artist GREGOR HILDEBRANDT (*1974).

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  1. 9 April – 21 May 2016

    Karl Haendel
    Karl Haendel and Tony Lewis

    LAXART, Los Angeles, CA

    LAXART is pleased to present a collaborative exhibition by Karl Haendel and Tony Lewis. This exhibition developed out of conversations around the possibilities of drawing as a personal, material, and metaphoric practice, an ongoing dialogue largely began when Lewis was Haendel’s student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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  2. March 31, 2016

    Florian Meisenberg
    Maximilian Probst: Was ist heute noch ein Selbstporträt?

    www.zeit.de

    Wenn jetzt jeder Selfies knipst, müssen sich die Künstler etwas Neues einfallen lassen. Eine Ausstellung in Frankfurt

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  3. March 29, 2016

    Florian Meisenberg
    Annika Meier: "Schau zu Selbstporträts in Frankfurt. Ein Selfie ist ein Selfie ist ein Selfie"

    www.monopol-magazin.de

    "Der 1980 geborene Künstler Florian Meisenberg hat ein überlebensgroßes Smartphone am Ende des Ausstellungsparcours aufgestellt, davor eine grüne Liegeweise, damit der Besucher bequem liegt, wenn er verfolgt, was auf dem Bildschirm geschieht."

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  1. March 29, 2016

    Karl Haendel
    Hugo Deverchére: KARL HAENDEL FAIT DU YOGA Cette semaine, on vous emmène chez Wentrup

    www.droguistes.fr

    The online magazine Droguistest visited Karl Haendel's exhibition "Unwinding Unboxing, Unbending Uncocking".

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  2. March 2016

    Karl Haendel
    ARTFORUM critics' pick: Karl Haendel

    www.artforum.com

    Karl Haendel’s exhibition posits the practice of yoga as an alternative to accelerationism. Citing the anxiety around self-optimization, Haendel presents lifestyle- and body-enhancement products marketed to reinforce the need for self-betterment to question the ways these objects aid or inhibit our sense of self-worth and identity.

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  3. March 2016

    Karl Haendel
    MADAME Kulturnews: Karl Haendel

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  1. 26 March 2016

    David Renggli
    Clara Guislain: David Renggli - Real Estate Astrology

    www.kubaparis.com

    David Renggli’s pieces could be understood as by-products of a cultural misunderstanding. Clashes between valid and adulterated archetypes, they play on conflicts between “primary” sensory perception and the impulse to categorise into an aesthetic and symbolic order.

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  2. March 25 – September 4, 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Eine Geschichte: Zeitgenössische Kunst aus dem Centre Pompidou

    Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany

    In 2016, two prominent exhibition projects explore the pressing question of which factors remain relevant to the writing of art history. While "Postwar - Art between the Pacific and Atlantic, 1945–1965" concentrates on the time immediately after World War II, "A History: Contemporary Art from the Centre Pompidou" provides an overview of contemporary art since the 1980s with 160 works by more than 100 artists.

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  1. March 23 – April 30, 2016

    Florian Meisenberg
    Current, Upcoming, Past

    Múrias Centeno, Lisbon, Portugal

    For more information visit www.muriascenteno.com

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  2. March 21, 2016

    Nevin Aladag
    "Wellenbracher" ist aufgestellt

    Emscher Kunst, Ruhr Triennale, 2016

    Die Arbeit Wellenbrecher der Künstlerin Nevin Aladağ wurde bereits vor Beginn der Emscherkunst am 4. Juni 2016 in Dortmund-Mengede aufgestellt, um die Brutzeit der vor Ort heimischen Vögel nicht zu beeinträchtigen.

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  3. March 19 – May 14, 2016

    Miriam Böhm
    Vanishing Point

    RATIO3, San Francisco, CA

    The group exhibition "Vanishing Point" is bringing together works by Miriam Böhm, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Sol LeWitt, Mitzi Pederson, and Fred Sandback.

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  1. March 18 – May 7, 2016

    David Renggli
    Real Estate Astrology

    Chez Valentin, Paris, France

    Les pièces de David Renggli peuvent être comprises comme les dérivés d'un malentendu culturel. Conflagrations d'archétypes, à la fois valides et dénaturés, elles jouent du conflit entre perception sensorielle « primaire » et impulsion à catégoriser dans un ordre esthétique ou symbolique.

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  2. March 17, 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    Eric Loret: "MATÉRIALITÉ DE L'INVISIBLE" EN TROIS STATIONS"

    www.droguistes.fr

    104 CENTQUATRE shows new works of HICHAM BERRADA. Here is Droguistes review.

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  3. March 17 – August 28, 2016

    Mathew Hale
    L'image volée

    Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy

    “L’image volée”, a group show curated by artist Thomas Demand (Munich, 1964), will be held in the two levels of the Nord gallery at Fondazione Prada in Milan. The exhibition revolves around the idea that we all stand on someone else’s shoulders, and explores how artists have always referred to existing imagery to make their own. Questioning the boundaries between originality, conceptual inventiveness and the culture of the copy, the project will focus on theft, authorship, annexation and the creative potential of such pursuits.

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  1. March 10 – May 29, 2016

    Florian Meisenberg, Timm Ulrichs
    ICH. Neue Formen des Selbstporträts

    Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

    Das tradi­tio­nelle Selbst­por­trät ist heute Geschichte. Früher malte sich nur der Künst­ler vor dem Spie­gel. Im Face­book-Zeit­al­ter ist die Selbst­dar­stel­lung zum Tool für jeder­mann gewor­den. Wir leben in radi­kal egozen­tri­schen Zeiten. Unsere Gesich­ter wandern Tag für Tag in ein gigan­ti­sches digi­ta­les Bild­ar­chiv. Was haben die Künst­ler dem entge­gen­zu­set­zen?

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  2. February 29, 2016

    Karl Haendel
    Natilee Harren: "Knight’s Heritage: Karl Haendel and the Legacy of Appropriation, Episode One, 2000"

    PRESS: Art Journal Open

    This three-part essay on the work of Karl Haendel, an LA-based artist best known for his arrangements of meticulously rendered drawings of found photographic imagery, connects three moments in his early career related to issues of artistic and cultural heritage and power.

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  1. February 27 – June 5, 2016

    Nevin Aladag
    Magie und Macht - Von fliegenden Teppichen und Drohnen

    Marta Herford, Herford, Germany

    The exhibition examines this parallelity of magic carpet and unmanned air vehicle using contemporary artistic means: objects, drawings, photographs, videos and installations circle between fascination and horror around a historical issue of great topicality.

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  2. February 27 - April 16, 2016

    Karl Haendel
    Karl Haendel - Unwinding Unboxing, Unbending Uncocking

    Wentrup

    Karl Haendel’s figures bend their arms and legs, curl and uncurl their backs, tense muscles and stretch resistance bands, sitting, lying down or standing. His new life-size graphite drawings show young people in training outfits, midriffs often exposed, and, apropos the medium, in black and white.

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  3. February 20 - April 16, 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    Life Itself

    Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

    The exhibition Life Itself stretches from the early 20th century, when artists in and alongside the abstract avant-garde were endeavouring to categorise existence, and up until today’s world of objects existing in a state somewhere in between what we call the living and the non-living.

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  1. February 17, 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    ATELIER A: Hicham Berrada

    Arte

    Watch the video here

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  2. February 13 – April 30, 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    Matérialité de l’Invisible. L’archéologie des sens

    CENTQUATRE, Paris, France

    A group exhibition with: Agapanthe (Konné & Mulliez), Hicham Berrada, Ali Cherri, Miranda Creswell, Johann Le Guillerm, Nathalie Joffre, Anish Kapoor, Julie Ramage, Ronny Trocker.

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  3. January 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    Sorana Serban: "The White Cube Caverne"

    www.petrieinventory.com

    In Hicham Berrada’s latest solo exhibition ‘Caverne’, the Moroccan artist challenges viewers’ senses by transforming a typical ‘white cube’ gallery into a darkly mysterious garden of art.

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  1. January 2016

    Jen Ray
    Josie Thaddeus-Johns: "Jen Ray"

    www.artslant.com

    American artist Jen Ray’s work focuses on depictions of women in all their majesty: her intricately apocalyptic paintings portray landscapes filled with fierce, glamorous warrior commanders, motorcycle-helmeted bodyguards, and rock-climbing adventuresses in feathered neckpieces.

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  2. January 22 – March 20, 2016

    Nevin Aladag
    Transcultural Flux

    Stiftelsen 3,14, Bergen, Norway

    Today’s world can be considered to be in a state of flux. Our national and cultural boundaries are constantly being challenged. Through eight different projects Nevin Aladag, Fayçal Baghriche, Adriana Bustos, Danica Dakić, Ines Doujak & John Barker, Agnieszka Kurant, Walid Raad and Ala Younis aim to spark conversations about migration, identity, war, power relations and a hope for the future.

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  3. January 8, 2016

    Cristian Andersen
    Sublime Bastards

    Avskarl Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

    Group exhibition with ASGER JORN, CRISTIAN ANDERSEN, DAVID ZINK YI, GÜNTHER FÖRG, JESPER DALGAARD, KASPER HESSELBJERG, KIRSTEN JUSTESEN, MANFRED PERNICE, MARC-CAMILLE CHAIMOWICZ, MARKUS KARSTIESS, MELLI INK, METTE WINCKELMANN, MORTEN LØBNER ESPERSEN, SEBASTIAN STÖHRER, TALR

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  1. December 12, 2015 - February 3, 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    Sous la lune / Beneath the moon

    La Salle, Singapore

    Sous la lune/Beneath the moon presents major existing and new works by eleven artists from Southeast Asia and France. Curated by Khairuddin Hori, Deputy Director of Artistic Programming at the Palais de Tokyo (Paris), the exhibition explores the mysterious, complex … Continued

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  2. December 9, 2015

    Olaf Metzel
    Olaf Metzel im Gespräch mit Susanne Führer

    Deutschlandradio Kultur

    Ablehnung, gar Aggression rief der Bildhauer Olaf Metzel immer wieder mit seinen Arbeiten hervor: etwa mit dem Stuhlturm "Auf Wiedersehen" in Nürnberg 2006 oder auch "Turkish delight", einer Bronzeskulptur einer nackten Frau mit Kopftuch.

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  3. December 3, 2015

    Olaf Metzel
    Gottfried Knapf: "Gotik Chaotic"

    Süddeutsche Zeitung

    Mit den Problemen der Welt plastisch umgehen: Das Neue Museum in Nürnberg richtet Olaf Metzel eine Werkschau aus, in München wird seine umstrittene Skulptur "Türkischer Honig" gezeigt.

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  1. December 2, 2015

    Florian Meisenberg
    Dylan Kerr: Youthfest at Art Basel! 5 Young Artists at the Fair You Need to Know Now

    www.artspace.com

    Though he studied under Peter Doig in the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Florian Meisenberg’s work in Wentrup Gallery’s booth shows off his skills in video rather than painting. The five-channel installation is all about screens and the separations they enforce, with each of his own (digital) screens illustrating the process in action.

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  2. December 3 – 6, 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Florian Meisenberg, Olaf Metzel, Peles Empire, David Renggli

    GALLERY SECTION I Booth B28

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  3. November 28, 2015 - February 15, 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    OLAF METZEL MEETS HANS VON MARÉES

    Neue Pinakothek, Munich, Germany

    The work of Hans von Marées divides opinion. For some, he is simply a failed artist; for others, he laid the groundwork for German modernism. What are the reasons for the disparities in the critical reception of the artist’s work, which will be presented in its own room at the Neue Pinakothek? What is the relationship between the artist’s painting and sculpture dating from the closing years of the 19th century? And what significance can Hans von Marées’ work have for a contemporary artist such as Olaf Metzel?

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  1. November 27, 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt

    Saarländischer Rundfunk

    A TV report by Barbara Spizter, Franz Jpseph Recktenwald and Yvonne Jeck for Saarländischer Rundfunk about Gregor Hildebrandt's solo exhibition at Saarlandmuseum in Saarbrücken.

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  2. November 24, 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt

    Gregor Hildebrandt recieves "Kulturpreis Kunst+Ethos", awarded by Schnell+Steiner Publishing House.

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  3. November 23, 2015

    Olaf Metzel
    New publication: Olaf Metzel. dermaßen regiert zu werden

    The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition OLAF METZEL. DEUTSCHE KISTE, Neues Museum, Nuremberg, November 13 2015 - February 14, 2016

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  1. November 23, 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    New publication: Gregor Hildebrandt. Sterne streifen durch die Fluten

    This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Gregor Hildebrandt. Sterne streifen die Fluten (Stars touch the dooming floods) at Saarlandmuseum - Moderne Galerie, Saarbrücken, November 21, 2015 – April 24, 2016.

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  2. Gregor Hildebrant - Sterne streifen die Fluten

    November 20, 2015 – April 24, 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Sterne streifen die Fluten

    Saarlandmuseum Saarbrücken, Germany

    In seiner Ausstellung in der Modernen Galerie verwandelt Gregor Hildebrandt (*1974 in Bad Homburg, aufgewachsen in Sulzbach/ Saar) das Erdgeschoss des dritten Pavillons in einen überraschenden Kosmos analoger Datenträger. Dabei werden über tausend Schallplatten zum Einsatz kommen, aus denen der Künstler meterhohe Wände gestaltet.

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  3. November 20, 2015

    Olaf Metzel
    Olaf Metzel im Gespräch mit Daniela Arnu

    Radio Bayern 2

    Seien es Absperrgitter für sein "Randaledenkmal" oder ausrangierte Stadionsitze für sein Fußballprojekt "Auf Wiedersehen". Der Bildhauer und Objektkünstler Olaf Metzel verwendet für seine Skulpturen gerne mal Schrott und provoziert damit Proteste .

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  1. November 12, 2015

    Olaf Metzel
    Schrammer, Kratzer, Gewalt

    Bayrischer Rundfunk

    A TV report by Andreas Krieger and Franz Xaver Karl for Bayrischer Rundfunk about Olaf Metzel’s solo exhibition at Neues Museum in Nuremberg.

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  2. November 13, 2015 – February 14, 2016

    Olaf Metzel
    Deutsche Kiste

    Neues Museum, Nuremberg, Germany

    Creating a portrait of our society in the form of three-dimensional images is Olaf Metzel’s (b. 1952 in Berlin) stated artistic intention. Few other German sculptors bring our contemporary situation and collective memory so sharply into focus. Metzel’s fundamental aim is to give shape to our time by making current concerns visible and initiating a discussion of important sociocultural issues.

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  3. November 13 – 29, 2015

    Nevin Aladag
    2. Berliner Herbstsalon

    Gorki Theater, Berlin, Germany

    For the dance performance MOVE, Nevin Aladağ explored the question of how certain people move and what fates are told by their movements. The result is a series of movement sequences, which Aladağ has taken out of their natural, individual and social context and abstracted from their protagonists. These movements are being enacted simultaneously by several performers in the exhibition space.

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  1. November 5, 2015

    Olaf Metzel
    Christa Sigg: Agent Provokateur

    art Das Kunstmagazin

    Vandalismus und Hassattacken musste Olaf Metzel schon oft über sich ergehen lassen. Mit seiner Kunst lässt es sich einfach prächtig Wunden aufreißen. Das hält ihn aber nicht davon ab, Tabus anzugehen. Auch eine aktuelle Ausstellung in Nürnberg soll zu Diskussionen anregen.

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  2. November 7, 2015 – April 10, 2016

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Walkers: Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact

    Museum of the Moving Image, New York, NY

    The reimagining and recycling of Hollywood iconography in contemporary art, and the way that movies live on in our personal and cultural memories, are explored in the exhibition Walkers: Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact.

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  3. November 5, 2015 – January 16, 2016

    Miriam Böhm
    Thomas Demand & Miriam Böhm

    Galeria Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain

    Galería Helga de Alvear is pleased to announce a joint exhibition of Thomas Demand and Miriam Böhm. Both artists present photographic works that hide a sculptural process in paper behind. Meanwhile Demand´s images are narrative, relating his photos to a specific story, Böhm relies on textures, lines, and volumes of a more abstract work.

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  1. November 4, 2015

    Hicham Berrada

    blouinartinfo.com

    The title “Caverne” says it all. While art galleries are normally light places, Berlin’s Wentrup Gallery is plunged into gloom for Hicham Berrada’s new show. The artist, who is of Moroccan origin and based in Paris, turns the gallery room into a dim grotto, exploring the relationship between art and natural forms.

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  2. October 31, 2015 – January 16, 2016

    Hicham Berrada
    Caverne

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    “Step out of your cave: the world waits for you as a garden. The wind plays with heavy fragrance, which seeks for you; and all brooks would like to run after you.” Nietzsche, “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”

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  3. September 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Florian Meisenberg
    Save the Data! Von Kunst und Datenträgern

    The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Save the Data! Von Kunst und Datenträgern, Kunstpalais Erlangen, Erlangen, September 27 – November 22, 2015

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  1. October 26, 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    Save the Data! in conversation with Gregor Hildebrandt

    Kunstpalais Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany

    A film by Martin Schmidt and Eva Kallweit

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  2. September 27 – November 22, 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt, Florian Meisenberg
    Save the Data!

    Kunstpalais Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany

    In Erlangen, the city where the mp3-format was developed, the group exhibition “SAVE THE DATA!” focusses on the interference of fine art and various forms of storage. In what ways do artists use digital storage media – current and obsolete – for artistic expression und how are the different levels of meaning entangled? What influence does the digitization have on the creation of pictures in photography, film and sculpture? How are the changes, which happened to storage media within the last years and decades, questioned through artistic processing?

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  3. September 16 – 30, 2015

    Peles Empire
    SALON OF HYBRID THINGS

    Kunstwerke, Berlin, Germany

    Originating in the format of the salon – initially conceived as a space of creative discourse for a selected circle – Sol Calero, Peles Empire and Josip Novosel define the site KW PROJECTS as a half-social space, between involvement and exclusion, conception and activation.

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  1. September 12 – November 22, 2015

    Peles Empire
    OPEN HOUSE - a group show on hospitality

    Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany

    For the first time since 2007, the gallery spaces in the Villa Salve Hospes are being filled with a thematic group exhibition: OPEN HOUSE – A Group Show on Hospitality brings together eleven international artistic positions whose works provide commentaries on hospitality as a social, cultural and political phenomenon.

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  2. September 11 – October 21, 2015

    Florian Meisenberg, David Renggli
    Why we expect more from technology and less from each other

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    The exhibition’s title references the book by the American sociologist and MIT professor Sherry Turkle: “Alone together. Why we expect more from technology and less from each other” (Basic Books, 2011). At WENTRUP, works by the artists Verena Dengler, Florian Meisenberg, David Renggli and Gabriele de Santis address various aspects of the query posed by Turkle, here reprised within the context of artistic production, reception, and choice of medium.

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  3. August 28, 2015

    Florian Meisenberg
    Interview: Florian Meisenberg

    www.artfridge.de

    The offline and the online world merge with German artist Florian Meisenberg. Using the media of paint, performance, installation and video, his work reflects the variety of skills that he experienced throughout his life: Florian first studied media design, until he eventually entered the art academy in Düsseldorf and studied with Peter Doig. Whilst being intensely sincere about formal and critical concepts behind his work, he openly discusses what moves and motivates him.

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  1. June 13 – October 18, 2015

    Nevin Aladag
    ATOPOLIS

    Mons, Belgium

    This contemporary art exhibition, organized by Wiels and curated by Dirk Snauwaert in collaboration with Mons 2015 – European Capital of Culture, will present a group of artists interested in phenomena of circulation, diaspora and cultural dislocation.

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  2. June 13 – September 18, 2015

    Nevin Aladag, Cristian Andersen
    AAA ART ALTSTETTEN ALBISRIEDEN

    art in public space, Zurich, Switzerland

    The city of Zurich sees art in public space as an important element of urban life. Whether the sculpture in the park, the art installation in a public square or the temporary work of artists in a neighborhood: public art shapes the cultural life of the city of Zurich.

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  3. June 6 – July 31, 2015

    Nevin Aladag
    Traces

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    Traces, Nevin Aladag’s latest solo show at WENTRUP, is named for her new 3-channel video work, which is also on view concurrently at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. On three separate projection surfaces, Aladag creates a large-scale sound-and-image portrait of the city of Stuttgart, the place she spent her childhood and adolescence.

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  1. May 30 – July 19, 2015

    Peles Empire
    no flat

    Wilhem-Hack-Museum, (Rudolf-Scharpf-Galerie), Ludwigshafen, Germany

    The source of Peles Empire's artistic practice is connected with the provenance of its name in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania: Peles Castle. The eclectic building from the 1870s is distinguished by its uncommon concentration of the most disparate styles ­ each room imitates a different era in architectural history.

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  2. May 14 –September 13, 2015

    Nevin Aladag
    Kubus

    Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

    In 2015 Sparda-Bank Baden-Württemberg and the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart are awarding their jointly established art prize Kubus for the second time. The award honors outstanding achievements in the visual arts biennially.

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  3. May 12, 2015

    Nevin Aladag
    Kubus-Kunstpreis: Nevin Aladag

    Interview

    Interview with Nevin Aladag about her video work "Traces" for the art prize Kubus.

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  1. May 7 – August 16, 2015

    Nevin Aladag
    Repairing the City

    Edith-Russ-Haus, Oldenburg, Germany

    From the 7th of may to the 16th of august, the Edith-Russ-Haus for media art will feature the dual exhibition of Nevin Aladağ and Leopold Kessler : "Repairing the City". In this exhibition questions of public and private space are negotiated. The artists work with performative media which intervene in the fabric of society, exposing visible and invisible limitations in our society.

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  2. May 1 – 30, 2015

    Gregor Hildebrandt
    auf Wasser schlafend rauscht das Meer

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    A full-length dressing room mirror as a portal to Hades. Orpheus touches the mirror’s surface. Concentric circles ripple out from his finger, the glass liquefies, and he slips through a quicksilver sea to the other side. Jean Cocteau adapted the tale of Orpheus, the tragic bard from Greek mythology who unsuccessfully sought to rescue his wife Eurydice from the underworld, for his film Orphée (1940).

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  3. April 5 – May 25, 2015

    Peles Empire
    MUTANT

    S.A.L.T.S., Birsfelden, Switzerland

    For MUTANT, Peles Empire worked site-specifically, responding to the architecture of SALTS. Further emphasizing the process of layering both physically and conceptually, a dramatic tear in the front wallpaper uncovers a monumental paper backdrop, highlighting the room’s top light shaft, while visually merging floor and ceiling. Adding to the visual be wilderment, two column-like Jesmonite sculptures finish the dramtic setting.

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  1. March 13 – April 25, 2015

    Miriam Böhm
    AT ON

    Ratio 3, San Francisco, California

    Böhm’s recent works build on the investigation developed in her earliest photographic series; by repeatedly photographing arrangements of simple materials and reincorporating printed images into their source arrangements, Böhm arrives at a finished image that contains excerpts and iterations of itself. Sometimes modifying her images with overlaid materials, drawn lines, and in-camera techniques, Böhm’s approach to photography is fluid and expansive, adapting to the particular inquiries of each series.

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  2. March 9 – April 18, 2015

    Miriam Böhm
    ON AT

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    When is a photograph a photograph? Isn’t a sun-bleached patch of lawn actually also the result of a photographic process? When does a photo transpire? When a lens has opened and shut? Or at the moment an image first materializes in the developer? Possible ways of defining what a photo can be have become even more diverse since camera-produced digital images can be represented in binary codes and pixels.

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  3. February 18, 2015

    Nevin Aladag
    Artist's Film Club: Nevin Aladag

    ICA, Institute for Contemporay Art, London, Great Britain

    Nevin Aladağ’s short films, like her performance and installed works, highlight social and political borders alongside moments of cultural translation. With a particular interest in sound, Aladağ also often investigates urban and natural environments.

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  1. January 31 – February 26, 2015

    Nevin Aladag, Mathew Hale, Gregor Hildebrandt, Peles Empire, Wawrzyniec Tokarski, Timm Ulrichs
    Acchrochage

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    Zum Auftakt des Ausstellungsjahres 2015 zeigt WENTRUP eine Auswahl von Arbeiten der Künstler_innen der Galerie, die sich in zwei thematische Gruppen aufteilen.

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  2. November 27, 2014 – January 17, 2015

    Peles Empire
    DUO

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    The source of Peles Empire’s artistic practice is connected with the provenance of its name in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania: Peles Castle. The eclectic building from the 1870s is distinguished by its uncommon concentration of the most disparate styles – each room imitates a different era in architectural history. Barbara Wolff (*1980) and Katharina Stöver (*1982) have worked together as Peles Empire for nine years – their photographic appropriations of this “edifice of copies” and their subsequent ongoing spatial interpretations of the source material constitute a central point of departure for their works.

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  3. October 28 – November 21, 2014

    Hicham Berrada
    Equilibres / Ausgleich

    Wentrup, Berlin, Germany

    This exhibition is an ode to the poetry of our everyday lives, an invitation to go back to the substance. A moment of pause, to focus on our senses, and let our brain slow down and stop focusing on discourses and extra ordinary events so that we can finally observe what we are all made of, what we all have in common and share, but never take the time notice in the permanent race we are trapped in.

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