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Pamela Rosenkranz Solo show Kunsthaus Bregenz 17 April 2021 - 04 July 2021 Wie durchlässig sind wir, wie absorbierend? Pamela Rosenkranz begreift Menschen als Membranen. Für ihre Ausstellungen wählt sie eindringliche Mittel. Im Kunsthaus Bregenz antwortet sie auf dessen Architektur. Peter Zumthor sucht phänomenologische Wirkungen: Licht, Schall, Kühle, Empfindlichkeit und Befinden spielen eine bedeutsame Rolle. Pamela Rosenkranz hinterfragt die Vergewisserung des authentischen Erlebens. Reine Erfahrung gibt es ebenso wenig wie Immunität gegen unsichtbare Existenzen. Dies ist in Zeiten einer Pandemie nicht zu leugnen. Menschsein ist osmotisch und künstlich modelliert. Image:

Pamela Rosenkranz Anemine, 2018 Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York Foto: Marc Asekhame
Courtesy of the artist © Pamela Rosenkranz

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Pamela Rosenkranz: Sunrise Rise | Sun Set

Pamela Rosenkranz Group show Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin 27 February 2021 - 25 July 2021 Die generationsübergreifende Gruppenausstellung Sun Rise I Sun Set versammelt künstlerische Positionen der Gegenwart und der Moderne, die ein Weltverhältnis erlebbar machen, in dem Menschen, Tiere, Pflanzen, Technik und Ökonomie, unbelebte Dinge und Nicht-Wesen untrennbar miteinander verwoben sind. Mit fantastisch-surrealen Landschaften, bio-technischen Hybriden und futuristischen Szenarien und konkreten Zukunftsvisionen schafft die Ausstellung einen multisensorischen Erfahrungsraum, der unserer von Restriktionen, Unsicherheiten und Verlusten geprägten Gegenwart eine alternative Realität entgegensetzt. In einem Moment, in dem die Bewohnbarkeit des Planeten aufgrund menschlicher Aktivitäten stark bedroht ist, gilt es die Rolle des Menschen als Teil eines Ganzen neu zu konfigurieren, die Grenzen unserer Spezies zu überdenken und Hybridität in allen Formen anzuerkennen.  Ausgehend von Ideen zirkulierender, vernetzter Systeme und artenübergreifenden Denkens macht Sun Rise I Sun Set die unauflösliche Durchdringung und Abhängigkeit der menschlichen und nicht-menschlichen Umwelt erfahrbar und erprobt dabei alternative Haltungen und Lebensformen, die angesichts einer sich radikal verändernden Realität unabdingbar erscheinen.   Image: Pamela Rosenkranz Videostill by Joseph Kadow Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin, DE

Sylvie Fleury: Evelyne Axell: Body Double

Sylvie Fleury Group show with Special Participation of Sylvie Fleury Muzeum Susch, Susch 01 August - May 2021 Curated by Anke Kempkes and Krzysztof Kościuczuk Muzeum Susch presents Body Double, a retrospective exhibition of the Belgian Pop-Surrealist Evelyne Axell (1935-1972). With her original feminist approach in the 1960s Axell became one of the pioneers of Pop Art in Europe. Her distinct body of work is populated by an all-female universe, transcending the established iconography of Pop Art at the time and reclaiming the discourse of women’s sexuality. As a special contribution, the exhibition features the prominent installation Marcel et Robert (2009) by Swiss artist Sylvie Fleury, entering into a cross-generational iconographic dialogue with Axell’s work. The rotating disk forming the base of Fleury’s work is designed as a giant Pop-coloured target mirroring the concentric composition in Axell’s painting The Wall of Sound (1966).   Image: Sylvie Fleury André et Robert (mint pearl and aubergine), 2019 Mini skirt and mannequin legs 110 x 40 x 55 cm 43 1/4 x 15 3/4 x 21 5/8 in Photo credit: Flavio Karrer  

Vivian Suter: Desert X 2021

Vivian Suter Group Show Coachella Valley, CA, USA 12 March - 16 May 2021 The third edition of Desert X in the Coachella Valley will be curated by César García-Alvarez and Neville Wakefield. García-Alvarez joins returning Artistic Director Neville Wakefield for the third edition of the international art exhibition that will activate California's desert landscape through site-responsive installations by renowned international contemporary artists. Image:

Vivian Suter
Untitled, 2020
Mixed media on canvas
230 x 177 cm 90 1/2 x 69 3/4 in
 

Sylvie Fleury Mondrian Dresses

Sylvie Fleury: Smoke and Mirrors: The Roaring Twenties

Sylvie Fleury Group show Guggenheim Museum Bilbao 30 March - 19 October, 2021 The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is organizing the exhibition Smoke and Mirrors: The Roaring Twenties, in cooperation with the Kunsthaus Zürich. The aim of this exhibition is to highlight the great utopias emerging in the first half of this decade and explores their still lasting effect on people's everyday life and the arts. Image: Sylvie Fleury Mondrian Dress Rack 3 Mondrian dresses, 3 clothes racks, 3 hangers 150 x 80 x 200 cm  

Ser Serpas: Minor Rationalism

Ser Serpas Group show Baader-Meinhof, Omaha NE, USA 21 June - 21 August 2021 This exhibition is linked together by a loose thread, which connects artists in what would have been called “subcultural” or “counter-cultural” in a previous time. Today, I will be calling this loose thread “minor.” The Deleuzian minor is best explained with his expression “becoming-minor”. The minority lacks a people. Kafka had no home: he was a German-speaking Czech Jew. The artists in this exhibition are what Liam Gillick has called in Erasmus is Late as “not at the center of power, but central to power”. Secondary characters, which are willfully obscure or willfully supplemental to a traditional career or whatever narratives one crafts with traditional artist biography. The “minor” is related to the Deleuzian “middle ground”.   Image: Ser Serpas

Vivian Suter: Museo Reina Sofia

Vivian Suter Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid 24 June 2021 - 10 January 2022 The artist Vivian Suter (Buenos Aires, 1949) will be the protagonist at the Palacio de Velázquez in Retiro Park at the end of 2020. In 1983, she took up permanent residence in the heart of the Guatemalan jungle, and there, from her studio in Panajachel, her work evolved toward an increasingly close exchange with the natural environment, rendered on vivid and colorful canvases that relinquish the frame. Image: Vivian Suter, Nisyros (Vivian’s bed), 2016–17 Various materials Installation view Glass Pavilions on Kurt-Schumacher-Strasse, Kassel, Documenta 14 Photo credits: Fred Dott

Elisabeth Wild: Future of Futures

Elisabeth Wild Group show Nottingham Contemporary October 2022   Image: Elisabeth Wild Untitled, 2019 Collage on paper 24.5 x 18 cm 9 5/8 x 7 1/8 in

Meret Oppenheim, Carissa Rodriguez: The Flames. The Living Art of Ceramics

Meret Oppenheim / Carissa Rodriguez Group show Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris, Paris Curated by Anne Dressen 15 October 2021 - 06 February 2022 This exhibition will explore ceramics within its intrinsic relations to art but also, more broadly, to humanity. Ceramics is one of the oldest form of human artistic expression. It has been utilized in the production and reproduction of idols, architecture, and food, employing minerals that precede mankind. Many religions and myths regarding the creation of man are believed to have originated from mud. Ceramics—halfway between handicraft, art, and design—is a universal form that forces us toreconsider the categories that usually hierarchize the arts. It is a medium that integrates sculptural, pictorial, utilitarian, craft,industrial, and amateur dimensions. It is also aprocess based practice that can be seen through the lens of relational aesthetics and performative arts Image: Carissa Rodriguez La Collectionneuse, 2015 16.5 x 12 cm  

Sylvie Fleury: Skulptur in der Schweizer Kunst von 1945 bis heute

Sylvie Fleury Group show Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau 12 Juni - 26 September 2021

 
Image: Sylvie Fleury First Spaceship on Venus, 1995 Aluminium, Stahl, Abspielgerät, Lautsprecher 350 x 130 x 130 cm

Vivian Suter: Retrospektive

Vivian Suter Kunstmuseum Luzern, Luzern 06 November 2021 - 13 February 2022   Image: Vivian Suter Untitled, 2017 Mixed media on canvas 237 x 182 cm 93 4/16 x 71 10/16 ins

Vivian Suter: Vleeshal Center for Contemporary Art

Vivian Suter Vleeshal Center for Contemporary Art, Middelburg (NL) January - March 2022 Image: Vivian Suter Untitled, 2019 Acrylic on canvas 235 x 179 cm (92/1/2 x 70 1/2 in) Photo credits: Flavio Karrer

Vivian Suter / Elisabeth Wild : 2022

Vivian Suter and Elisabeth Wild Art on the Underground, London Spring / Summer 2022 In 2020 Art on the Underground will present major site-specific commissions by Lucy McKenzie, Vivian Suter, and Helen Johnson alongside two Pocket Tube map covers by Elisabeth Wild and Phyllida Barlow. 2020 marks Art on the Underground’s 20th anniversary, a key milestone celebrating its history of working with prominent contemporary artists as a leading commissioner of public art. Vivian Suter will create her first public commission in the UK comprised of over 120 new paintings at Stratford station. For the spring pocket Tube map, Elisabeth Wild will create a new collage inspired by London Underground architecture in colours that recall the luscious landscape of her home in Guatemala. Image: Vivian Suter Portrait Photo credits: Flavio Karrer  

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