Les Nouveaux Constructeurs at Galerie Kornfeld will present, for the first time in Germany, photographer Stéphane Couturier’s work that resulted from his involvement with French painter Fernand Léger’s œuvre.
Gabriel Kuri creates sculptures that embody questions of value, arresting usually intangible flows of information in witty and engaging forms. His practice is strikingly material. (more…)
German artist Tobias Rehberger is a leading figure in the field of contemporary art today. Although rooted within the conceptual frame of sculpture, his works frequently “happen” on the intersection between what is traditionally considered visual art, design and architecture (more…)
Complex, challenging, and immersive, W|ALLS: Defend, Divide, and the Divine is a historical look at civilization’s relationship with barriers, both real and imagined. (more…)
Over the past weeks we have had the unswerving pleasure of sharing Yuko Mohri’s company on a daily basis (work, apples, dinners, some Prosecco), as she has carefully crafted her exhibition, slower than slowly, a ballet of unwilling objects conjured from thin air (more…)
Johanna Binder presents a video installation about masks, (cultural) identities and the human self amongst social circumstances. The artist creates a universe in which autonomy, (de)masking and cultural identity politics are poetically negotiated. (more…)
Photographs are “privileged moments” plucked from time and space by photographers – or so Susan Sontag reminds us. Often in photographic history and elsewhere, that authorial privilege has been afforded to men. Refreshingly, the moments presented to us at Elizabeth Houston Gallery are decidedly women’s. (more…)
Wagner + Partner is proud to present Alexandra Baumgartner’s first solo exhibition, Separations. Baumgartner, who was born in Salzburg in 1973, is dedicated to exploring the human psyche and its depths. This includes matters of control and its loss, interpersonal relationships, social norms and fears. (more…)
This major exhibition project brings together works by over 50 artists, looking at a future already in the making as the environmental agenda becomes one of most pressing global political questions. Artists include Doug Aitken, John Akomfrah, Le Corbusier, Max Ernst, Martha Rosler, Tomás Saraceno, Allan Sekula, among mans others.