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Sophia Pompéry - Sculpture Triennial Bingen, Germany

Nah und Fern

5/6/2017 – 10/6/2017

Sophia Pompéry

4th Sculpture-Triennial Bingen

featuring: CHRISTIAN ACHENBACH, AWST & WALTHER, ELVIRA BACH, ALEXANDER ENDRULLAT, JAY GARD, HANNES HELMKE, GREGOR HILDEBRANDT, NADIRA HUSAIN, CHRISTEL LECHNER, ADRIAN LOHMÜLLER, OLAF METZEL, YUDI NOOR, KATINKA PILSCHEUR, SOPHIA POMPÉRY, REBECCA RAUE, ACHIM RIETHMANN, BIKJE VAN SOEST, STEFAN STRUMBEL, TIMM ULRICHS, LOIS WEINBERGER

curated by Lutz Driever and André Odier

Skulpturen-Triennale Bingen

Thomas Wrede @ Altana Stiftung, Bad Homburg

3/12/2017 – 6/5/2017

Thomas Wrede

The Museum Sinclair Haus (Altana cultural foundation) is the first institution to exhibit a comprehensive overview of the artist Thomas Wrede, documenting the relationships and artistic developments of his photographic works ranging from the early 1990s to his current series.

Altana Kulturstiftung

Artist talk with Thomas Wrede

2/16/2017

Thomas Wrede

Thomas Wrede will give an introduction to his serial work of the last years. (The presentation will be in German).

ART ROTTERDAM 2017

Bastian Börsig, Sophia Pompéry, Malgorzata Szymankiewicz

2/9/2017 – 2/12/2017

Bastian Börsig , Sophia Pompéry , Malgorzata Szymankiewicz


"Reflection": This year’s presentation is grouped around the subject of reflection with its two meanings: On one hand as an intellectual process during the creation of art – What is abstraction? What can painting be today? etc. – and on the other hand as a simple physical phenomenon that has fascinated mankind all along.

Art Rotterdam 2017

Peter Dreher

Deutscher Ritualismus @ Gallery Philipp von Rosen, Cologne

2/3/2017 – 3/25/2017

Peter Dreher

Group show curated by Ignacio Uriarte with works by Joseph Beuys, Anna & Bernhard Blume, Peter Dreher, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Christian Jankowski, Jochen Lempert, Peter Piller, Karin Sander, Corinna Schnitt.

Peter Dreher @ Musée Würth France Erstein

HEAD TO FOOT. Human figures in the Würth Collection

1/31/2017 – 9/10/2017

Peter Dreher

Through 130 paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations from the Würth Collection, the exhibition presents a fascinating vision of the representation of the human figure in art. The extensive selection of works, dating from the late 19th century up to the present day, encompasses major pieces from the Würth Collection as well as recent acquisitions.


Participating artists: Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, George Grosz, Jürgen Klauke, Peter Dreher, Amadeo Modigliani, Max Beckmann, Jaume Plensa, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Gilbert & George, Georg Baselitz and many others.

Malgorzata Szymankiewizc @

#library

1/27/2017 – 2/28/2017

What is the role of the library today? After all, we no longer believe that all available knowledge of the world can be gathered in one place. Are books and the vision of the world they convey becoming obsolete? Why does an electronic library have more borrowers than a traditional one?

The exhibition #library

, featuring seventeen Polish and international artists, asks questions about the status and the transformations of library from a present-day perspective. The hashtag attached to the title is both a sign of the times and a play on that signifier which enables grouping information; in a sense, it is a shelf mark thanks to which one can easily find their bearings amidst virtual resources.

Artists:

Curator: Marta Smolinska

Simon Schubert @ Kunstsammlung Neubrandenburg, Germany

Fragments of a collection

12/8/2016 – 2/26/2017

Simon Schubert

The exhibition is grouped around a room installation, that consist of a combination of Simon Schubert's own works and archeological finds as a dialogue on the eventful history of the collection.

Kunstsammlung Neubrandenburg

Eckart Hahn @ Galerie Schlichtenmeier

Schere Stein Papier

12/1/2016 – 1/21/2017

Eckart Hahn

Eckart Hahn @ Gallery Aeroplastics, Brussels

Clay Crystal Colour

11/18/2016 – 12/22/2016

Mona Ardeleanu @ Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Stuttgart

The Fold

11/11/2016 – 1/14/2017

Mona Ardeleanu

Thomas Wrede @ Galerie Mike Karstens

The Luminous Screen

10/30/2016 – 12/22/2016

Thomas Wrede

Miklos Gaál @ Galleria Heino, Finland

The right word

10/29/2016 – 11/20/2016

Miklos Gaál

'Shame' was censored by facebook

10/19/2016

Natascha Stellmach

We had just uploaded the image to save it as our new profile picture during our exhibition - and it got immediately censored by facebook! Shame on you, fb!

Erwin Olaf @ Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Finland

In Search of the Present

10/12/2016 – 12/8/2016

Erwin Olaf

In Search of the Present turns the gaze towards current issues that are shaping art and society at large and encourages viewers to participate in the public debate. With its themes, The New Me, Digital Mankind and Nature Kingdom, the exhibition explores the nature of human beings that inhabit a global digital world and their relationship to the environment, themselves and other human beings. The New Me theme described how we build ourselves and our identities in present age by using even quite extreme methods. The human being has become stronger as and operator and factor than ever before. Digital Mankind is a theme that discusses digitalisation and how it changes not only the individual but the entire humankind; we are on the verge of a major shift, which will change the way we think and act. Nature Kingdom talks about how desperately the humankind is striving to contain nature and the animal kingdom, alas with no success.

The first edition of the exhibition series explores the nature of human beings that inhabit a global digital world and their relationship to the environment, themselves and other human beings.

Artists: David Altmejd, Berlinde de Bruyckere, Harun Farocki, Maria Friberg, Hannaleena Heiska, Camille Henrot, Berglind Jóna Hlynsdóttir, Sasha Huber, Artor Jesus Inkerö, Saija Kassinen, Yazan Khalili, Klara Kristalova, Elke Silvia Krystufek, Antti Laitinen, Jonathan Monk, Ben Okri, Erwin Olaf, Aza Shadenova, Elly Strik, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Anne Tompuri,Akram Zaatari 

In Search of the Present

Erwin Olaf @ the McNay Art Museum, USA

Telling Tales: Contemporary Narrative Photography

9/28/2016 – 1/15/2017

Telling Tales: Contemporary Narrative Photography is a survey of work by artists who record stories through pictures, whether real or imagined. Organized by the McNay’s Chief Curator and Curator of Contemporary Art, René Paul Barilleaux, the exhibition includes approximately fifty photographs from the late 1970s to the present by 17 ground-breaking photographers.

The exhibition features work by Tina Barney, Julie Blackmon, Gregory Crewdson, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Mitch Epstein, Nan Goldin, Paul Graham, Jessica Todd Harper, Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler, Anna Gaskell, Justine Kurland, Lori Nix, Erwin Olaf, Alex Prager, Alec Soth, and Jeff Wall.

Telling tales

Peter Dreher @ Port25, Mannheim

Timeslines

9/17/2016 – 11/6/2016

Peter Dreher

Artists: Siegfried Anzinger, Collaboration_Patrycja German / Holger Endres, Claudia Desgranges, Peter Dreher, Byung Chul Kim, Karin Hoerler, Herlinde Koelbl, Jürgen Krause, Ae Hee Lee, Pia Linz, Oscar Muñoz, Jens Risch, Jan Schmidt, Claus Stolz, Konstantin Voit.

http://www.port25-mannheim.de/...

Timelines

Peter Dreher @ Port25 in Mannheim

9/17/2016 – 11/6/2016

Peter Dreher

until tomorrow: Timelines, a group show about the phenomenon of time in the visual arts now and past.

Port25 website

F.A.L.D. @ Bar Babette

curated by Natascha Stellmach

9/14/2016 – 9/14/2016

Natascha Stellmach

ONE NIGHT ONLY / Open end


Kosmetiksalon Babette | Karl-Marx-Allee 36, 10178 Berlin

Artists: Birte Bosse • Boris Eldagsen • Matthew Gingold • GODsDOGs • Susa Pankrath • Thomas Rentmeister • Natascha Stellmach • Lyndal Walker with Melanie Jame Wolf/Savage Amusement

Curated by Natascha Stellmach (as part of Babette’s yearly “This is …” invitation to artists)

“Fuck Art Let’s Dance” is an evening of performance, video and music, exploring diverse conversations with and on the body and invoking the spirit in this phrase – of pleasure and rebellion – which was coined in the 80s by literary subversive, Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
In a time of excessive art consumption and during one of the busiest art market weeks on Berlin’s calendar – is the sentiment still relevant? Is it a call for action, protest, income, academia – or unbridled joy? Kosmetiksalon Babette, a former beauty parlour and now a home for art and ‘good spirits’ invites you to ‘dance’ with these 10 Australian and German artists to find out.

Inside: Artists and Writers in reading Prison

Peter Dreher

9/4/2016 – 12/4/2016

Peter Dreher

Vija Celmins, Rita Donagh, Peter Dreher, Marlene Dumas, Robert Gober, Nan Goldin, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Richard Hamilton, Roni Horn, Steve McQueen, Jean-Michel Pancin, Doris Salcedo, Wolfgang Tillmans are exhibiting in the former prison Reading close to London. Within the exhibition texts by Oscar Wild will be read.

Reading Prison

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