Current

June 8 to September 9, 2017

Jenny Watson
Other Lives

 

Painting and Drawing 

 

Watson

 

Born 1951 in Melbourne, Jenny began examining the problems of sensual perception – of reality, identity, and the definition of an object – in early 1970. Since 1993 at the latest, when she represented her nation at the Biennale in Venice, Watson has been one of the internationally most well-known artists of the Australian continent. The distinctive aspect of her work is the combination of painting, text, and objects, as well as the interaction of humor, irony, and simple yet striking subjects. 

 

Vernissage:  Wednesday, June 07, 2017, 7 to 9 pm

Duration:  june 8 to September 9, 2017

Curator: Hartwig Knack

 

 


 

June 8 to September 9, 2017

K.U.SCH.
Renate Krätschmer und Sito Schwarzenberger
Am Rande des Etwas

 

Drawing and Installation 

 

 

Humans, embedded in nature and cultural identity, trapped in societal norms and constraints that are sometimes criticized or even radically broken from, has been the central theme of the oeuvre of the K.U.SCH artist collective, founded in 1972 by Renate Krätschmer and Jörg Schwarzenberger (1943-2013) and joined in 2006 by their son Sito. 

Rhythm, dynamics, and movement are constitutive characteristics of Renate Krätschmer’s drawings and objects

In a floor piece that has conquered part of the wall of the exhibition space, Sito Schwarzenberger arranges various symbols, signs, text fragments, and found objects to create a superordinate whole.

 

Vernissage:  Wednesday, June 07, 2017, 7 to 9 pm

Duration:  june 8 to September 9, 2017

Curator: Hartwig Knack

Renate Krätschmer and Sito Schwarzenberger will be present.