Art Basel 2024

13.06.–16.06.2024

Art Basel 2024

Mladen Stilinović, I am selling M. Duchamp Baby, 2006.

 

Booth L20, Hall 2.1

Galerie Martin Janda is excited to participate in Art Basel 2024
We are showing works by:

Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck
Erwin Bohatsch
Hugo Canoilas
Adriana Czernin
Svenja Deininger
Milena Dragicevic
Nilbar Güres
Jakob Kolding
Július Koller
Mangelos
Jan Merta
Roman Ondak
Tania Pérez Córdova
Roman Signer
Rainer Spangl
Mladen Stilinović
Chin Tsao

We look forward to welcoming you!

Private Days: June 11 & 12
Public Days: June 13 – 16 
 
ART BASEL ONLINE VIEWING ROOMS
We are also delighted to participate in Art Basel Online Viewing Rooms.

VIP Preview: June 7, 2 pm – June [...]

Svenja Deininger, Nilbar Güreş, Július Koller: Unknown Familiars. The Vienna Insurance Group Collections

Leopold Museum, Vienna, Austria, 08.05.–06.10.2024

Svenja Deininger, Nilbar Güreş, Július Koller: Unknown Familiars. The Vienna Insurance Group Collections

Nilbar Güres, Ergen Odasi / Adolescent Room, 2014, textile colour, textile, pearls, embroidery on red fabric, Photo: Markus Wörgötter

On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein, the main shareholder of the Vienna Insurance Group, Unknown Familiars brings together all six collections of the Group, which encounter each other, their different focuses and histories of development, for the first time. It is in this regard that they are unknown familiars – related, though with never having met before. The collections now complement each other in a precise selection of works, the presentation of which occupies an entire floor of the Leopold Museum, comprising over two hundred works of various genres from different periods. Young, contemporary art meets the modernism of the interwar period; the avant-garde of the 1970s meets contemporary Austrian positions. Starting out from the collection of the Czech Kooperativa – represented with a selection of works from the period from 1900 to 1950 – a network of thematic and stylistic references [...]

08.05.2024

Kategorie: Exhibitions

Tags: Güres, Deininger, Koller

Július Koller: Multiple Realities: Experimental Art in the Eastern Bloc, 1960s–1980s

Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, United States, 17.04.2024–15.09.2024

Július Koller: Multiple Realities: Experimental Art in the Eastern Bloc, 1960s–1980s

Július Koller, U.F.O.-nautická Kultúrna Situácia 1.,2.,3. (U.F.O.), 2002, colour photographs

Multiple Realities: Experimental Art in the Eastern Bloc, 1960s–1980s is a survey of experimental art made by almost 100 artists from six Central-Eastern European nations, including East Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Yugoslavia. The exhibition traces how a generation of artists with distinct experiences of locally specific state-sanctioned control embraced experimentation and interdisciplinary practices to confront at times harsh conditions of everyday life, while circumventing and eluding the very systems that sought to surveil and silence them.

The exhibition features rarely seen and newly reconstructed works. It draws on the visual arts, performance, music, and material culture to demonstrate the conceptual and formal innovation practiced by Eastern Bloc artists of the era, who were daily forced to negotiate and adapt their artistic practices within societies that enforced restrictions on how art could be produced, circulated, [...]

17.04.2024

Kategorie: Exhibitions

Tags: Koller

Nilbar Güreş, Július Koller: Playing Rules! The Collections

Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria, 15.03.–09.10.2024

Nilbar Güreş, Július Koller: Playing Rules! The Collections

Nilbar Güreş, BILINMEYEN SPORLAR (KOMPOZIT) / UNKNOWN SPORTS (KOMPOSIT), 2009

Play is a special way of experiencing the world. It is a metaphor for social coexistence and a driver of cultural transformation. Enjoyable play helps us discover ourselves, our individual qualities, and abilities. Free play, meanwhile, can often turn bitterly serious. Playful contests let us experience social cooperation and competition. We learn how rules and systems operate and what it means to bend and break them.

The exhibition Playing Rules! centers on the theme of play in art. From nature, the body, and sport to communication and media imagery, these are just some of the areas artists explore through play, transforming them by way of interaction and improvisation. They show how art uses imagination to expand the limits of the possible and the potential of play in representing and, not infrequently, subverting social relationships.

With works by Marc Adrian, Josef Bauer, VALIE EXPORT, Harun Farocki, Nilbar Güreş, Hans Haacke, [...]

15.03.2024

Kategorie: Exhibitions

Tags: Güres, Koller