Der Weg in die Vergangenheit erfreut vielleicht manchen Kunsthistoriker, ist jedoch von der Gegenwartskunst weit entfernt. Die formalen Aspekte sind von den Inhalten nicht zu trennen.
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Die Kargheit dieser Sprache ist nur eine vorgebliche. The continuation of abstraction outlined above clearly contradicts this visage of painting, as we notice how this medium can react to and elaborate on other mediums and art currents. It was modern abstraction that developed a reduced and clear vocabulary, which can serve as a starting point for investigations that integrate aspects originating outside of painting. Painting is based on considerations related to Conceptual Art, Pop Art, Minimalism, installation, et cetera.
The formal aspects cannot be separated from the content-related ones. Minimal changes in the grammar of modernism can result in drastic consequences on both levels. Blurriness along the edges of a geometric figure or a brief gestural moment that pierces an otherwise clear division of space augment the image with completely new content. The blending or superimposition of various reductive aspects of abstractness engender meanings that are not decipherable within the former context.
These additions are only comprehensible within the history of the past sixty years, and the references extend far beyond painting. Abstraction had previously been a goal-oriented project that was designed to permanently establish the hegemonic position. Yet this logic also caused painting to become isolated and then to only follow internal regularities. Additive abstraction implies that there is always an opening up of a closed room. The inventory of form stays strongly limited, but even the smallest changes within this firmly set canon give rise to a powerful language.
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The frugality of this language is purely ostensible. Its symbols are not only those visible in the image, for the points of reference actually lie elsewhere, which is why they do not harbor their own autonomous grammar. Popovas Kunst kombiniert bewegte Bilder mit Installationen von Malereien. Popova mischt ihre Farben nach traditionellen wie eigenen Re-. We wanted to think about ways in which painting, in its radically expanded form, can become something more than a representation or reflection.
If we accept paintings as humble objects, equal to all other objects in the world, can we then imagine revitalizing the practice of painting and the way we view it? The work in the exhibition weaves a complex network of fact, fiction, material, and texture that comments on history, politics, and economics. Mixing her own paint using both traditional and invented recipes, as well as locally foraged pigments, she creates transparent, ethereal images that recede into the raw fabric of the linen.
The painted image is not quite there. The way the paintings are installed creates a clash between the immateriality of their imagery and the gravity of paintings as objects. In her video work, characterized as a cross between artist documentary and experimental film, Popova deploys a specific essayist mode in order to challenge a fixed understanding of history.
Delving into personal and collective narratives that focus on par particular locations within their cultural context, Popova investigates the themes of progress, industrial and nuclear history, and the perceived polarities of East and West. A fictive space, a complex legacy, a participatory field, a thing we collude in dreaming up, willingly suspending our disbelief. The myth of Painting is tied to the way it manages these relationships and tries to render them unproblematic.
Maria Lind hat dargelegt, dass sich die Abstraktion gut eignet, um vor ihrem Hintergrund die Kunstgeschichten des Jahrhunderts neu zu bewerten. Als Medium, das abstrahiert, um seine eigene Transzendenz zu beweisen, nimmt die Malerei in diesen Geschichten einen herausragenden Platz ein. As with value, Painting needs to manage its mythical relationship to subjectivity: in order to enshrine the primacy and immediacy of the subject, it must aim to suppress any prosthesis—paintbrush, title, frame, or gallery.
As Maria Lind reminds us, abstraction is a productive lens through which to reread twentieth-century histories of art. Painting holds a particular place in these histories, as a medium in search of abstraction to validate its assumed transcendence. If abstraction is a process rather than a state, then painting may be the most dynamic of mediums, perpetually covering its tracks, whether raw canvas or bill of goods. Through CCC, Galerie Krinzinger brings together curators and collectors in dialogue, allowing the former to discover objects usually kept behind closed doors and the latter to submit these objects to wider scrutiny.
As the first exhibition in CCC, CoverUp includes works from private collections in and around Vienna, complemented by other pieces selected for their ability to interface with the privately owned objects. Realistische Darstellungen bei Katz werden etwa von Bernhard Martin konterkariert. Walter Seidl. The exhibition Commodious Thoughts from Outer Space explores the idea of painting extending across different dimensions—that it can be broken down into its fundamental elements or amplified into three dimensions.
Here panel painting serves as the principle medium for examining these concepts and ranges from classical portraits by Alex Katz to extensive sculptural ensembles by Mathieu Mercier. The exhibition at the Krobath Gallery swings between the extremes of figuration and disfiguration. Since one-dimensional spaces or lines as they occur in paintings do not have an intrinsic curvature, they are rendered in multidimensional spaces where they take on an extrinsic curvature.
This exhibition therefore offers insight into current issues in painting, which, as an original medium of art and art history, now links to present-day media discourses and examines them in a specific context. Die Verbindung des traditionellen Genres des Stilllebens mit der Institutionskritik mag auf den ersten Blick weit hergeholt erscheinen. At first sight it may seem far-fetched to link the traditional still life with institutional critique. As a genre perhaps furthest away from the dissemination of critical positions, the still life has generally remained beyond the reach of conceptual discourse.
However, one could argue that the absence of narrative in the still life, as well as its fascination with objects otherwise overlooked aesthetically, draws attention to the conditions, execution, and hierarchies involved in visual art production. Hence, the still life could be seen as a premodern phenomenon where artistic production becomes self-reflexive. Similarly, conceptual art practices have exposed the institutional frameworks that influence the circulation of value and taste for art, practices that are often taken for granted in public perception.
Both the still life and institutional critique invest in establishing a transparency between spectator and the parameters of art. If one. As an example, Christopher Williams turns to the documentary nature of the photographic medium in order to examine the presence and impact of the photographic image. Bart van der Heide, born , lives in Munich, where he is currently director of the Kunstverein Munich. The Reverse of a Framed Painting, ca. Es ist eine Malerei in einem erweiterten Feld, die Fragen einer entgrenzten, transmedialen Form — das Hybride, Interferierende — auslotet und zu Neuem verschmilzt.
The manner in which human sense perception is organized, the medium in which it is accomplished, is determined not only by nature but by historical circumstances as well. The question of a mediainduced exertion of influence on consciousness, the idea of illusion and reality, the exploration of photographic and filmic realities, the question of materiality and immateriality, and also of the self in time and space in a world permeated by technology and artificiality—these issues are touched on by the artwork of Kelly Jazvac, Fabian Marcaccio, David. Reed, Lois Renner, and Eva Schlegel, even if the approaches taken are manifold and individual.
This is painting in an expanded field, painting that fathoms questions of a delimited, transmediatic form the hybrid, the inter-referential and merges them into something entirely new. Unsere verschiedenen Malereipositionen sollten physisch miteinander kommunizieren. Den ersten Teil der Gruppenausstellung bilden sehr verschiedene, meist von mir selbst.
Der zweite Teil besteht aus neuen Arbeiten meiner Freunde und FreundInnen, die wiederum als Reaktion auf die Performances entstanden sind. We imagined how we could communicate physically with each painting practice. The first part of this group show is a set of very different video works, often edited by myself, which document these activities.
The second part is actually comprised of new paintings from these friends, created in response to the previous performances.
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Also, there will be some reworked previous paintings for this show. The paintings on display might not be directly related to the performance on display. Yet, with the help of these actual paintings, I will try to make some sort of temporal architecture that will situate us in and out of the paintings.
Ei Arakawa, Concrete Escort I. Kurz, das Kuratieren selbst wurde zu einem sozialen Prozess. Eschewing an overarching curatorial logic, the exhibition centers on a series of dialogues highlighting the sympathies of the exhibitors. I first invited my former classmate Rachelle Sawatsky to propose an artist with whom she feels an affinity.
Rachelle invited our colleague from the University of Southern California, Shannon Ebner, and Shannon, when given the same prompt, invited her old friend and former classmate Adam Putnam. Central to the exhibition is a pamphlet of recorded discussions between the participating artists, who all played roles in selecting the works on view. Curating, in short, has also become a social process. What results is a multigenerational exhibition—spanning painting, photography, and installation—that finds the contemporary subject negotiating with linguistic, spatial, and identitarian norms.
Malerei hat mit dem Wirklichen zu tun. Dabei gibt es gar keine innere Welt. Es ist also einfach — und hoffnungslos — komisch. Walter Swennen, Miguel Wandschneider, geboren , lebt in Lissabon, wo er seit das CulturgestProgramm kuratiert. Truth lies in the words. Painting has to do with the real. So I keep myself busy with stupidities. Some like to think of decline or of everincreasing inner void. It is simply, hopelessly, comic. Miguel Wandschneider, born , lives in Lisbon, where he has been curating the exhibition program of Culturgest since Imogen Stidworthys Kunst, die oft unterschiedliche Medien wie Video, Fotografie und Audio verbindet, thematisiert die physischen und gesellschaftlichen Auswirkungen von Sprache und deren Rolle in der Entwicklung des Ich.
Van Loo fasst den Raum akustisch auf. How do we locate ourselves between thought and representation? Her art, which often combines various media, such as video, photography, and audio, engages primarily with the voice, and with various technologies for generating data and representation that point toward latent forms of perception, experience, and meaning. Combining different components that form an audio and visual environment, Sacha portrays on one screen the Belgian wiretap analyst Sacha van Loo, a person who has been blind since birth and who works for the police analyzing voice recordings made during the surveillance of suspects.
He understands space through acoustics, and his highly developed echolocation skills also identify speech and the unspoken intentions or meanings in dialogue through his fluency in numerous languages and dialects. In a second video—which could be considered as a deconstructed painting, freestanding in the gallery—the eye is drawn through the virtual space of a 3D laser-scan of an urban area.
This most precise mapping of surfaces involves no optical technology and works on a principle that is closer to how we hear than to how we see. Nav Haq, born , lives in Antwerp, where he is presently curator at the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst. Solschenizyn im russischen Original, erschienen transkribiert von Dmitri Gutov , analysiert von Sacha van Loo in Sacha transcript of the voice recording analyzed by Sacha van Loo in Sacha, a reading in the original Russian from the novel The First Circle by A.
Solzhenitsyn, which was released in transcription by Dmitri Gutov Sebald rezitiert. Why paint walls? Why paint and form? Why paint houses?
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Why paint flowers? Why paint canvases? Why paint sculpture? Why paint ovals, Malevich? Why paint and sculpt? Why paint Sundays? Why paint grey, white, or black? Why paint and think? Why paint paper? Why paint suffering? Why paint sober? Why paint concrete? Why paint and speak? Why paint dates? Why paint transparently? Why paint stripes? Why paint red? Why paint bodies? Why paint abstractly? Why paint painters? Why paint yellow?
Why paint and sing? Why paint beauty? Why paint portraits? Why paint blue?
Why paint monotone? Why paint cruelty? Why paint numbers? Why paint mama? Why paint boring? Why paint wet?
Why paint squares? Why paint flatly? Caroline Smulders Why Painting Now? When Sylvia Steinek invited me to reflect on the question at the heart of the exhibition Why Painting Now? His work answers the challenge of painting today, addressing it in the most complex, original, inventive, and unexpected ways. I would like to thank him for having accepted the invitation to participate in Why Painting Now?
And also for the real pleasure derived from exploring his work in a detailed and concentrated way. Objects of widely varying dimensions—radio, drill, fan, alarm clock, refrigerator, cupboard, automobile fender, mirror, ping-pong table, and even a sailboat Argo, the largest object he has ever painted —are captured by the artist. He liberates himself from the rule which demands that a work of art speaks for its time,. Among my favorite works, a series of mir mirrors which Lavier began in the s, even abandons the pretext of the painterly motif.
Lavier is happy to evoke a mirror, itself denied its function by the painter, a constraint imposed by the artist himself, because the mirror can no longer serve as a reflecting glass. Thanks to Lavier, painting has all the qualities and magic of a musical score in. It is dizzying to consider, for the work of this painter embraces all the modern movements which have been at its core from the start, but which have also eluded it until now.
Yet we are there: this is a Lavier thatwe are looking at right now. John M. The success story of painting is mainly owed to the mobile panel painting, to its dual nature of being a self-contained entity, on the one hand, and its circulation within the most diverse contexts and arrangements, on the other. The mobile tableau turns the presentation context into a picture puzzle. One and the same image moves easily from the neutral white of the art gallery to the institutional setting of a traditional museum, from the Gesamtkunstwerk found in self-organized art space to the domestic interior of a private environment, or it is presented as an item of merchandise in an art auction.
Keeping this in mind, a critical painting practice will also frequently entail dealing with strategies of localization and a play on modes of presentation. One of the principal places for the circulation of pictures, however, still is the art gallery. In his series of Furniture Sculptures, John M. Erik Steinbrecher, who loves most of all to deal with the spaces between the pictures, the gaps and distances, arranges the items of furniture together with other paintings from the. Today, painting tends to appear in company within an open field of transdisciplinary reference.
Zu ihrer Zeit wirkte das anachronistisch. Heute aber, nach all den Jahren der aufgeblasenen Installationskunst, wir wirken ihre Arbeiten geradezu vorausschauend. Nichtsdestoweniger weisen ihre Werke zahllose Unterschiede auf. While it might have seemed anachronistic then, it now feels prescient, after decades of puffed-up installation art: one does not destroy a medium painting, sculpture by running away from it. Though Sandback often conceived of his string pieces in the abstract, they were realized in specific, concrete, architectural contexts; they depend upon such contexts.
The reason lies perhaps in their common skeptical attitude toward rules, systems, motivations: rather than insisting upon the use thereof in their work, as more conceptually bent artists would have done, they let the potentiality of the line, its dynamism, dialectically undermine the tautological rigidity of the spatial grid. Working almost always collaboratively, his projects structurally evade forms of production that could be ascribed to, or referred back to, a single subject. Another version of it followed at the Kunsthalle Zurich in Since , Arakawa has been part of the collective Grand Openings.
Grand Openings creates a temporal situation in which all forms of performances and objects coexist and are negotiated. Since , Arakawa started to make performances working with paintings created by his fellow artists as well as historical painters. He has written extensively on twentieth-century art, from Matisse, Picasso, and Mondrian to postwar European and American art.
He is one of the editors of the journal October and a contributing editor of Artforum. He has participated in numerous exhibitions as an exhibiting artist e. From to , she attended a residency program at the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna. From to , she worked as curator of the Jiri Svestka Gallery in Prague and as director of its Berlin branch. Since June , she has been running the Drdova Gallery in Prague which focuses on the cooperation with Czech and Slovak artists of the young and middle-aged generations.
Prior to joining Calvert 22, she spent seven years as Executive Director of Electra, a London-based commissioning agency which she co-founded in From to he was exhibition curator at the Arnolfini, Bristol, and from to curator at the Gasworks, London. Nav Haq has also contributed to numerous periodicals including Bidoun, frieze, and Kaleidoscope. His research focuses on histories of art—in particular, on histories of exhibitions—from the late s to the present. Latham, and John Murphy, among others. With Sara De Bondt he runs Occasional Papers, a non-profit press devoted to lesserknown histories of art, graphic design, and film occasionalpapers.
At Liverpool John Moores University, he initiated the Exhibition Research Centre, devoted to exhibition practice, theory, and history erc-ljmu. She has realized several thematic exhibitions, as well as solo presentations of artists such as Ulrike Ottinger, Kris Martin, and Andy Hope She has independently curated exhibitions in Warsaw, Sofia, Cologne, and Vienna and published several artist monographs and articles. He has curated and co-curated performances, events, and exhibitions at numerous international spaces, such as the forthcoming multi-site exhibition ReMaterialize in Paris and New York.
In addition to artist monographs and exhibition catalogues, he is a regular contributor to publications such as Artforum, frieze, The Los Angeles Times, Dazed, and Vogue Japan. One focus of her work is the research on positions of s art, with special emphasis on contemporary historical sources oral history.
She has curated exhibitions on Fred Sandback and Arte Povera , , among others. Being thrilled by the radical work of Bill Bollinger, she curated in —12 an exhibition of this long-forgotten artist. Another focus of her work lays on conceiving and organizing the first comprehensive museum exhibitions accompanied by a major publication for pioneering young artists such as Rita McBride , Fabian Marcaccio , Matti Braun , and Bojan Sarcevic Group exhibitions curated by Christiane MeyerStoll often focus on fundamental issues, such as migration, body and mind, or humor.
Besides being a freelance art critic for the Swedish daily Aftonbladet from to , John Peter Nilsson also organized several exhibitions as an independent curator; he was curator for The Nordic Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Apart from numerous smaller exhibitions, lectures, and seminars at the Moderna Museet, he curated The Moderna She became president of the foundation Museion — museum of modern and contemporary art Bolzano in Marion Piffer Damiani is a member of different juries and academic advisory boards at home and abroad.
She has been involved in numerous exhibitions and written publications and articles on contemporary art with a particular focus on the history and development of contemporary art in South Tyrol. Prior to this, she was Co-curator and Exhibitions Manager for the Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Head of Exhibitions at the Sydney Biennale, Curator of Exhibitions and Publications at Artspace Sydney, and she curated an Australian annual festival of international contemporary art from to His work as a curator and lecturer has led him around the globe with exhibitions in Tokyo, Bolzano, Vienna Secession , Innsbruck Kunstraum Innsbruck , etc.
Since , she has Since the early s his production has repeatedly been associated with Neo-Geo art, though most of it clearly eludes such a rigid stylistic categorization. Wolfsburg; Promise vs. Exhibitions curated by him include solo debuts by. He is a contributing editor of frieze magazine; his writing has appeared in different journals, anthologies, and monographs. Texts on the exhibitions were written by the curators, unless otherwise noted. Soweit in der Publikation auf geschlechtsspezifische Endungen verzichtet wurde, erfolgte dies aufgrund der besseren Lesbarkeit.
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Shannon Ebner S. All rights reserved, including those of translation, photomechanical reproduction, or selective reprinting. Printed in Austria. Distributed Art Publishers, Inc. Oktober bis Five international curators with thematic exhibitions in 18 Viennese galleries for contemporary art 6. September bis The attention presently demanded by the medium of painting constitutes the driving motive behind the decision to explore its potent effects, See More. Aus den Streifen des Pinselduktus, dem vertikalen Aufbringen der Farbe auf 14 die Leinwand, scheint sich der Geldschein zu bilden, Gestalt anzunehmen, Form zu werden.
The perspectival view as a basic means for directing the eye, for the regime of the gaze, is called into question as an organizing power, with the mode of representation determining the relationship between picture and space being subjected to critical 24 investigation. That performance has become an essential medium of expression in art in recent decades is attributable not least to the fact that the combination of theater, dance, and the fine arts allows for the visualization of bodily, spatial, and temporal processes, movements, 26 and relationships.
This is not impaired by the fact that quite random motifs, such as two artists getting to know each other in a class or simply a friendship cultivated between persons, may be decisive here—quite the contrary: social media networks have long since become a model of success. Yet self-reflection does not imply self-assurance of art through art in this 4 See page 50 in the volume at hand. Although formal abstraction partly sprang from the economization caused by industrial production, the emerging abstract language of forms was exactly directed against this industrial materialism of modern society.
Using a variety of media, such as video, photography, and sound, and often working with the human voice, Stidworthy explores latent forms of perception and—examining how new technologies overlap with historically established 30 forms of the production of pictures such as painting or cartography—formulates a complex of questions around identities and possibilities of the representation of the picture.
In her contribution to this catalogue, Carol Armstrong also thematizes this bipolarity by confronting works by Helen Frankenthaler with pictures by Sigmar Polke, which allows her to bring out the differ- ent concepts of painting while at the same time revealing how they depend on each other. Damit 3 Vgl. Here a fundamental rift 46 first became apparent, which Steinberg was to later interpret as an epic transition from modernism to postmodernism.
It is as if, ever since its putative end was declared, paint50 ing displaced its discourse into other fields. The 54 cachet of biennial participation and the related symbolic transfer literally formed the support for a subsequent exhibition. Zweitens wollte ich untersuchen, ob die Malerei als Gattung essenziell und damit notwendig ein spezifisches Medium sein muss.
Jahrhundert, genauer gesagt von Hegel, und von den Revolutionen, die begannen und 62 bis andauerten. Beide Argumente beruhen indes auf einem recht schlichten Gegensatz, der die beiden Medien wechselweise zu eng definiert. Es stellt kein dystopisches Endspiel dar Ende des Fortschritts , aber auch keine utopische Transzendenz.
In or order to paint, the painter believed he now had need of all that shone and all that burned in the Sky, in the Earth, and in the Sea. Well, besides representing the trope of the old-age painter declining into his last years, and the Biblical topos of the clearing of the skies after the Flood, there is, within the virtual imagelessness of The Morning after the Deluge, not only its self-reflexive rendering of painting itself as a matter of churned-up liquid, oily pigment and colored, rainbow-hued light, but also its cyclical form.
If it had negated and emptied out all the bad old illusions 69 Carol Armstrong of Western culture that it had helped to shore up, including the worn-out ideas of aura and originality and genius and autonomy and cultand exhibition-value, then enough was enough. Not the one about women painting well, and even with grand ambition, ignoring the dictum that painting is a masculine activity: I see many examples of that up and coming at the Yale School of Art, though what 71 Carol Armstrong their futures hold I do not know.
And then other reductive oppositions have been spawned as well: between photography, as the art of the still, and film, as the art of the moving image, between analogue and digital photography, and so on. Often there is a line drawn between the motif and the painterly gesture itself. Als solches kann sie nicht auf die Vermittlung reinen, objektiven Wissens reduziert werden.
Franklin Melendez is a writer and independent curator in New York. Jan Verwoert, geboren , lebt als Kunstkritiker und -theoretiker in Berlin. Jackets are wrappers: they wrap pictures around poetry, painting around prose; they wrap up abstraction and narration into a thing book to be put into cir- culation, for shaping the modern condition, maybe.
With dematerialization perhaps not working out so well, Minimalist painting was able to avail itself of a modern abstract language of form, while simultaneously bringing color and framing back into the image. Martin Prinzhorn, born , is an author, linguist, and curator in Vienna. Abstraction had previously been a goal-oriented project that was designed to permanently establish the hegemonic position of the painted image within the realm of art.
Popova mischt ihre Farben nach traditionellen wie eigenen Re- zepturen und verwendet vor Ort gefundene Pigmente. Maria Lind hat dargelegt, dass sich die Abstraktion gut eignet, um vor ihrem Hintergrund die Kunstgeschichten des If one relates this to artistic practices today, it could be said that the artists in this exhibition have internalized these variables to the extent that their artworks once again portray the conditions of their production.
The question of a mediainduced exertion of influence on consciousness, the idea of illusion and reality, the exploration of photographic and filmic realities, the question of materiality and immateriality, and also of the self in time and space in a world permeated by technology and artificiality—these issues are touched on by the artwork of Kelly Jazvac, Fabian Marcaccio, David Reed, Lois Renner, and Eva Schlegel, even if the approaches taken are manifold and individual.
Christiane Meyer-Stoll has been curator at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein since Ei Arakawa, born in Fukushima, is a performance artist based in New York.
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Tyler Coburn, born , is an artist and writer based in New York. Walter Swennen, Miguel Wandschneider, geboren , lebt in Lissabon, wo er seit das CulturgestProgramm kuratiert. Objects of widely varying dimensions—radio, drill, fan, alarm clock, refrigerator, cupboard, automobile fender, mirror, ping-pong table, and even a sailboat Argo, the largest object he has ever painted —are captured by the artist and expressed through artistic painting. He liberates himself from the rule which demands that a work of art speaks for its time, Caroline Smulders is an independent curator in Paris.
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