This is Peter Fend’s second show at ESSEX STREET. His first show Über die Grenze, in 2012, has been reshown at Fondazione Giuliani, Rome; the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague; [...]
This is Peter Fend’s second show at ESSEX STREET. His first show Über die Grenze, in 2012, has been reshown at Fondazione Giuliani, Rome; the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague; White Columns, New York; and Apexart, New York. He recently gave a TEDxTalk at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein. He has had solo Exhibitions at Esther Schipper, Koln; Christian Nagel, Berlin; Tanja Grunert, Koln; Anne de Villepoix, Paris; Marta Cervera, Madrid; Marc Jancou, London; Mars Gallery, Tokyo; Nicola von Senger, Zurich; Roger Pailhas, Paris; and with Georg Kargl in Vienna. From 1988 to 2004, Fend worked with Colin de Land / American Fine Arts, New York. Fend was in Documenta IX, 1992 and the Venice Biennale, 1993.
september 7 (sunday) 1:00 am - october 26 (sunday) 9:00 pm
114 ELDRIDGE STREET NYC 10002
Louise Lawler continues her complex research on the work of art functions in its own environment. The artist’s pictures of artworks installed in private collectors houses, museums and storage exemplifies [...]
Louise Lawler continues her complex research on the work of art functions in its own environment. The artist’s pictures of artworks installed in private collectors houses, museums and storage exemplifies the importance of the contextual component for the mimetic structure of an artwork.
Our attention is deviated from the artwork to its environment opening up our understanding of the art institution. In “No Drones” Louise Lawler shows a selection of works from her latest series: in the main gallery’s rooms black lining, tracing existing photographs of Lawler are executed in vinyl and directly applied to the wall. These traced works were conceived together with children’s book author, illustrator and artist Jon Buller. The artist revisits older pictures as a sort of appropriation of her own work. The tracing exist as a digital file that can be printed and reprinted on any format, depending the size of the wall on which it will be applied. The relation of these works with the exhibition space illustrates the artist’s continous reflection on art and its structures and how innovative the research on contemporary photography could already be. This exhibition will present also some unique works on paper, hand coloured by Louise Lawler.
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october 13 (monday) 1:00 pm - november 20 (thursday) 9:00 pm
Milano, Via Eustachi 10