INK WASH ON PAPER
Andreas Chwatal: Ink Wash on Paper brings together about 250 of the most important works on paper by the Munich-based artist (b. 1982) from over the last seventeen years. The artworks, some of them drawn in minute detail, are part of a continuous, fictitious pictorial narrative, which is presented in full for the first time here. With a text section featuring art-historical analysis, an interview with the artist, and a comprehensive overview of all works shown, this first monograph is like a catalogue raisonné of Chwatal’s oeuvre. At the same time, it illuminates the narrative style and method of ink wash drawing, which is highly distinctive in contemporary art.
Florian Matzner, Sabine Weingartner
Texts by Andreas Chwatal, Florian Matzner, Sabine Weingartner
Design by Carina Müller, studio MLLR, St. Gallen / Munich
Size: 15 × 21 cm, 320 pages, softcover, 238 colored illustrations
Languages: German, English
Publisher: Kerber Verlag
BE LIKE WATER
Be Like Water brings together for the first time a large selection of artworks made by Anouk Kruithof over twenty years (2002–23).
Edit by Roosje Klap, Anouk Kruithof, and Francesco Zanot
Texts by Anouk Kruithof, Mathilde Roman, Lucia Tkáčová, and Francesco Zanot
Softcover, 23,8 x 33.5 cm
Published in Mousse Publishing
Intervention in the Imperial Rooms of the New Residence Bamberg
Garance Arcadias, Ulrike Buck, Melissa MayerGalbraith,
Mirko Mielke, Berthold Reiss, Anne Rössner, Sebastian Wieland
April 30 – July 30, 2023
Opening: Saturday, April 29, 2023, 11 am
Matinée und Round table with:
Nora-Eugenie Gomringer (Künstlerhaus Villa Concordia
Dr. Sebastian Karnatz (Neue Residenz Bamberg)
and the artists
Neue Residenz Bamberg
AM HEBEL DER WELT
October 7, 2022 - March 19, 2023
Nuremberg artist Sebastian Tröger (born 1986) has made a new work that extends across the façade at Neues Museum. Am Hebel der Welt (At the Levers of the World) consists of six large-format black-and-white paintings, each depicting a separate scene.
With their loose hanging, they recall tapestries or a theatre curtain. In terms of content, they refer to the five-act structure of classical drama, with the sixth offering a conciliatory ending in addition to the usual calamity. In this way, the façade spaces tell a coherent visual story.
Tröger’s concept plays with the viewer’s changing positions and perspectives: while the view from outside takes in the story as a whole, while walking through the rooms the narrative flow is repeatedly interrupted, foregrounding strong individual images. As well as referencing art history (Japanese ink painting, A. R. Penck, etc.), the work questions Tröger’s self-image as an artist and addresses the crises and challenges of our time.
Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design Nürnberg
JO VAN DE LOO is excited to announce that Andreas Chwatal has recieved the fellowship of the International Artist Residency Villa Concordia, Bamberg, 2022.
Andreas Chwatal in his studio - Photo: Nikita Teryoshin / Courtesy Villa Concordia
„Identität nicht nachgewiesen“ Neuerwerbungen der Sammlung des Bundes
mit Arbeiten von Andreas Chwatal
7. Mai bis 3. Oktober 2022
Die Ausstellung wird im Anschluss in veränderter Form noch gezeigt im NEUES MUSEUM.Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design Nürnberg (11. November 2022 – 12. Februar 2023) und in den Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz.Museum Gunzenhauser (13. November 2022 – 12. Februar 2023).
NIET MEER NORMAAL on view at the new cultural space Kunstkerk in Dordrecht, NL
The exhibition runs from March 27th till July 17th
At this same time UNIVERSAL TONGUE is on view at:
Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar till May 8th
Museum Tinguely in Basel from April 24th till October 30th
Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie in Mannheim from March 19th till May 22th
SPARK ART FAIR 2022
WITH Monika Michalko
Find us at this years edition of SPARK ART FAIR VIENNA 2022
Preview & Vernissage: March 24, 2022
Fairdays: March 25-27, 2022
Friday 11am – 7pm
Saturday 11am – 7pm
Sunday 11am – 6pm
JAN PAUL EVERS is awarded the "Großer Hans Purrmann Preis" of the City of Speyer, 2021
The "Great Hans Purrmann Prize of the City of Speyer" comes with prize money of 20,000 euros and a catalogue publication. The pre-selection for this years edition took place in Munich at the beginning of December 2020. The jurors selected eight finalists from 54 applications submitted by 64 internationally renowned artists, critics and curators.
In the fifth edition, the prize established by the Hans Purrmann Foundation goes to Jan Paul Evers. Born in Cologne in 1982, the artist studied at the Braunschweig University of Fine Arts and became a master student of Prof. Dörte Eißfeldt in 2011.
JUNE ART FAIR 2021
WITH JAN PAUL EVERS
Find us at this years edition of JUNE ART FAIR
The third annual edition of June Art Fair is taking place during Basel Art Week from September 20-26, 2021 in Hall 4.1 of Messe Basel.
Established in 2019, the inaugural edition was set inside a concrete bunker transformed into an exhibition space by Pritzker Prize winning architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron.
An alternative to a conventional art fair viewing experience, the fair is gallery led and distinguished by a highly-selective, intergenerational group of participants presenting projects in an open format more akin to a meticulously curated, collaborative, public exhibition.
Messe Basel, Hall 4.1, Booth 15
Edition of 500
17 × 10 cm × 7.5 cm, 2008 p, ills colour, paperback
screenshot-photography & editing: Anouk Kruithof
text editing: Ula Kahul
design: Jurgen Maelfeyt
Published in May by Art Paper Editions in Ghent Belgium, 2021
Merci Mondriaan Fonds, Jaap Harten Fonds & Vooruit for the financial support.
‘Universal Tongue’ celebrates the great diversity of the global dance kaleidoscope in the era of the Internet. It was born from visual artist Anouk Kruithof’s fascination with dance videos distributed online as a representation of self-expression, cultural identity, empowerment and fun.In collaboration with a team of 50 researchers from across the globe, she sourced over 8800 dance videos online, which were edited down to a 1000 unique dance styles that she blended into a dynamic 8 channel video installation with a four hour duration, accompanied by a unifying soundtrack. The researchers provided a short text for each dance style presented in their found videos. These 1000 edited texts combined with screenshots taken from the videos introduce the origin, background and meaning of the dance styles. Et voilà! this ‘dancyclopedia’ through the jungle of the Internet was born!This book shows how dance can be a way of knowing about the world. It is by no means exclusive, final, or academic. It is a statement. Organized in alphabetical order by the first letter of each dance style, it confirms the horizontality of Universal Tongue, by erasing typical categories of the world order, such as country, continent, or culture. Instead, it points us towards a more inclusive world with a limitless exchange—a world where simply everyone is a dancer.
MAY 12, 2021
ENCLOSED CONTENT CHATTING AWAY IN THE COLOUR INVISIBILITY
Gallery artist Anouk Kruithof's work ENCLOSED CONTENT CHATTING AWAY IN THE COLOUR INVISIBILITY has finally got a beautiful permanent home at Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar in the Netherlands.
Art Award of the State of Bavaria 2019
Artist Stipend of the State of Bavaria 2019 for the United States of America
October 20 –December 08, 2019
Abel Auer Factor X / The Work
curated by Fatima Hellberg
This exhibition has evolved from an extensive dialogue about beauty in the face of extinction, art as survival, magical thinking and making sense of the senseless. Factor X / The Work includes drawings and paintings, collages, videos, props and materials - a proposal and temporary structure of existing and newly created works.
Opening Saturday, October 19, 7 pm
October 20 – December 8, 2019
JANUARY 10 - MARCH 03, 2019
ARNO SCHIDLOWSKI PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY LONDON
Inner Skies presents two recent bodies of work from photographer, Arno Schidlowski (b. 1975, Germany). Taking inspiration from literary and artistic romantic traditions that harness nature to convey an internal state of mind, Schidlowski’s long-term photographic explorations use landscapes as a way of expressing mood and emotion. His distinctive, crystalline images, capturing mountainous and woodland settings across Europe, transform universal scenery into places of private reflection.