Benjamin Butler Adriana Czernin Svenja Deininger Werner Feiersinger Nilbar Güres Jakob Kolding Július Koller Jan Merta Sharon Ya'ari
Werner Feiersinger is part of Solo & Sculpture, curated by Miguel Wandschneider (booth C36). With ten artistic statements Miguel Wandschneider presents his selection of the most significant and established representatives in the field of sculpture. The solo shows constitute a counterpoint to the art fair’s bustle and leave space for individual experiences and the concentration on fundamental artistic statements.
Jun Yang, Xīní / Xuělí Blue Room, 2018 (detail) Installation view (2018) at 4A Center for Contemporary Asian Art for the 21st Biennale of Sydney. Courtesy the artist; Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna; Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou; and ShugoArts, Tokyo. Presentation at the 21st Biennale of Sydney was made possible with generous assistance from Amanda Harkness and Karen Barrett; Mami Kataoka; Phileas; and the Austrian Federal Chancellery. Photograph: Document Photography
Jun Yang is part of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, 2018.
70 artists will present works across seven of Sydney’s most respected museums, galleries and non-traditional exhibition spaces for the 21st Biennale of Sydney, SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement.
Artistic Director Mami Kataoka says of the 2018 exhibition,“The artists in the 21st Biennale of Sydney have been chosen to offer a panoramic view of how opposing interpretations can come together in a state of equilibrium. The history of the people of Sydney collectively reflects the history of the world in the 20th century, in particular the movements and migration of people and cultures away from conflict. My hope is that the artworks in this Biennale will serve as a catalyst for thought for all of us.
The curatorial premise of the 21st Biennale of Sydney is an exhibition that will explore [...]
Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig, 19.11.2016–28.01.2018
The Present Order introduces the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art. The title is borrowed from an artwork by Ian Hamilton Finlay, which the artist donated to the museum when the collection was founded. The varying inscriptions on the three stone blocks point towards essential issues involved in the presentation of the collection: Present The Order, the elucidation of an order, underlines the fact that systems of order always arise from the ideas of a certain era. Order The Present, the causation of the present, raises the question of the point in time at which art develops. How does it regard and influence its present? Finally The Present Order, the acceptance of an order, issues an invitation to confront the various interpretations that are condensed into a work of art from a contemporary point of view. During the course of one year, the exhibition presents various possibilities of ordering museum inventories, encouraging an active approach towards the [...]
In 2016 Topotek1 celebrates its 20th anniversary. On this occasion the monography "Creative Infidelities. On Landscape Architecture of Topotek 1 " was published by jovis Verlag accompanied by an exhibition held in the office of Topotek 1 in Berlin. Starting in Novemberthis exhibition will be shown in the Architektur Galerie in Munich with selected works by Topotek 1 and its long-standing collaboration partners. The book “Creative Infidelities: On the Landscape Architecture of Topotek 1” edited by Barbara Steiner presents the approaches and methods of Topotek 1 in detail featuring ten important works from the office. Collaborators from the fields of architecture art and designprivate and public clients specialist planners and project managers in addition all consider the joint projects from different perspectives.