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Ai Weiwei: Works 2004-2007
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|August 1, 2008

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Since 1993, Beijing-based Ai Weiwei has created a cohesive body of work in the various guises of artist, architect, curator, writer and critic. This overview, an in-depth reflection on the artist's most vibrant and celebrated projects, features works from…
Darren Almond & Carl Blechen: Landscapes
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|February 23, 2016

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On a trip to Italy in 1828, German painter Carl Blechen (1798–1840) captured his surroundings in hundreds of exquisite drawings and oil sketches. In Landscapes , British artist Darren Almond (born 1971) traces Blechen’s path by photographing the…
True Stories: A Show Related to an Era - The Eighties

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As the Cold War drew toward its tumultuous close, artists in the United States and Germany such as Isa Genzken, Félix González-Torres, Mike Kelley, Martin Kippenberger, Jeff Koons, Zoe Leonard, Albert Oehlen, Richard Prince, Julian Schnabel, Cindy Sherman, Thomas…
Maria Lassnig: The Future Is Invented with Fragments from the Past
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|September 26, 2017

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This book documents the last exhibition project that Austrian painter Maria Lassnig (1919–2014) was able to plan personally with the curator Hans Ulrich Obrist. It gathers around 50 works—paintings and works on paper, especially…
Liz Larner

Liz Larner

by Liz Larner

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|August 22, 2017

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This volume presents the recent ceramic work of American sculptor Liz Larner (born 1960) in light of the artist’s broader conceptual and material development. As Peter Pakesch writes in his essay, “ceramic in Larner’s hands becomes a special…
Terry Winters

Terry Winters

by Terry Winters

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|September 27, 2016

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This catalogue contextualizes the painting of American artist Terry Winters (born 1949) within the scientific collections of Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz, Austria. Winters’ abstract paintings, which often resemble cells, spores and seeds, explore…
Josef Dabernig: Panorama

Josef Dabernig: Panorama

by Josef Dabernig

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|March 31, 2014

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German photographer Josef Dabernig (born 1956) investigates the landscapes of sports fields. These often emotionally charged venues are similar in form and size all over the world, and this publication displays panoramas taken in countries such as Brazil,…
The World Of Gimel: How To Make Objects Talk

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A matrix of life, nature and the cosmos, Antje Majewski's World of Gimel is the artist's own private universal museum in a nutshell, featuring a septet of objects: a clay teapot in the form of a human hand, a shell, a pot made of fragrant wood, a Buddha's hand…
Human Condition: Empathy and Emancipation in Precarious Times
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|March 31, 2011

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Addressing and reimagining the frailty of global economic systems and the precariousness of our era, Human Condition draws on works by Lida Abdul, Marcel Dzama, Maria Lassnig, Mark Manders, Kris Martin and Adrian Paci, and writings on ethics and judgment by…
Catch Me
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|August 31, 2010

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Ever since the Futurists, artists have recognized speed as a determinative quality of modern life. Catch Me features works exploring the intoxication of speed and acceleration, beginning with Ed Ruscha's "High-Speed Gardening" and including work by Daniel…
Tatiana Trouvé: Il Grande Ritratto
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|August 31, 2010

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This publication presents a sprawling installation by Tatiana Trouvé (born 1968). Inspired by a science-fiction novel by Dino Buzzatti of the same name and exploring the idea of a secret as a place of exile, Trouvé defines the space with small gardens and…
Rock, Paper, Scissors: Pop Music as Subject of Visual Art

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Rock, Paper, Scissors brings together artists whose works have kept a close relationship with pop music: Saâdane Afif, Cory Arcangel, Art & Language, Kim Gordon & Jutta Koether, Renée Green, Mike Kelley, Lucy McKenzie, Dave Muller, Albert Oehlen and others.
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