Finstral Studio Friedberg, 26.09.2019–15.07.2020
Vienna-based artist and photographer Werner Feiersinger and his brother, architect Martin Feiersinger, have traveled extensively across Northern Italy in order to document the region’s modern architecture after World War II. Italomodern 1 and 2 are the result of their travels, the most authoritative survey of Northern Italy’s architecture between 1946 and 1976. In their study, they have focused exclusively on distinctive buildings rather than entire urban structures, and they have selected the included projects as exemplary representations of neorealism, rationalism, brutalism, and organic styles.
Photographs and plans are now on view for the first time in Germany at Finstral Studio [...]
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Lima, 12.09.2019–01.02.2020
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck is part of Crónicas Migrantes, Historias comunes entre Perú y Venezuela, curated by Fabiola Arroyo.
Städtische Galerie Nordhorn, 08.09.–27.10.2019
A group exhibition that invites visitors to interact with the three extensive artistic installations by Christine & Irene Hohenbüchler, Susanne Kutter and Martin Walde.
Städtische Galerie Nordhorn
The gallery is on summer break from 27th July until 19th August 2019.
We wish you a lovely summer!
Frac Normandie Rouen, 14.09.2019–05.01.2020
With works by: Dennis Adams, Martin Arnold, Fayçal Baghriche, Guy Ben-ner, Gregg Biermann, Isabelle Cornaro, Daniel Crooks, Stephen Dean, Brice Dellsperger, Antoine Dorottte, Ange Leccia, Mark Leckey, Rose Lowder, Jonathan Martin, Chris Moukarbel, Shana Moulton, Karl Nawrot, Yazid Oulab, Julien Prévieux, Izabella Pruska-oldenhof, Hugues Reip, Jérôme Schlomoff, Peter Tscherkassky, Salla Tykkä, Ulla Von Brandenburg, Anne-mie Van Kerckhoven
Frac Normandie Rouen
The Warehouse in partnership with the Nasher Sculpture Center
One day, in my bedroom, I was looking at a napkin left on a chair and I suddenly realized that not only was each object alone, but that it had a weight — or actually a weightlessness — that kept it from weighing on any other. The napkin was alone, so alone that I felt I could take away the chair without changing the napkin’s position. It had its own place, its own weight, even its own silence. The world was light, light… — Alberto Giacometti
In his essay on artist and friend Alberto Giacometti, French writer Jean Genet describes a conversation in which Giacometti discusses his understanding of objects as existing in a kind of spatial solitude, apart from their surroundings, with the ability to generate a new awareness of space around them. In this brief exchange, the artist offers his impression of the complex and poetic relationship we share with the material, physical world. It is through the act of making a sculpture that [...]