13 November — 12 December
Personal exhibition of Anna Miheeva
Truth is a process, not a one-time act of comprehending an object immediately in its entirety.
Truth is one, but it distinguishes the objective, absolute and relative aspects that can be considered as relatively independent truths.
Objective truth is a content of knowledge that does not depend on a person or on humanity.
Absolute truth is an exhaustive reliable knowledge of nature, man and society; knowledge that can never be refuted.
Relative truth is incomplete, inaccurate knowledge, corresponding to a certain level of development of society, which determines the ways of obtaining this knowledge; this knowledge, depending on certain conditions, place and time of its receipt.
The difference between absolute and relative truths (or absolute and relative in objective truth) in the degree of accuracy and completeness of reflection of reality. Truth is always concrete, it is always associated with a particular place, time and circumstances.
Not everything in our life can be assessed in terms of truth or error (lies). Sometimes this is a game …
What is your step? And for what?
3, Tverskaya street, Moscow, Russia, 125 009
The building of The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow hotel, -2 level
Cube is located on the -2nd level of the building of The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow hotel, you could get to us: through the hotel’s parking and take the elevators up, or through the hotel’s lobby and take the parking elevators down, as well as through the street entrance from the Ermolova Theater side and take the elevator to the -2 floor from there.
Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) has revealed the details of an exciting new exhibition, presenting works from its collection in a new and reimagined format.
The Zeitz MOCAA Collection houses a unique and extensive body of works by some of the continent and its diaspora’s most exciting established and emerging artists. The exhibition, which includes a selection of these works, will open on 7 November 2019, taking up all gallery spaces on Level 4. This forms part of a recent reimagining of the museum’s galleries and spatial organisation, with exhibitions in this space changing annually.
Titled Two Together, the show is built around major themes explored by artists from Africa and its diaspora represented in the collection, and each gallery contains a pair: either two objects, or multiple works by two artists, or two major themes – either in dialogue, as counterpoints or in complementary ways. As couples do, in comedic duos or in romance, the exhibition embrace a rigorous engagement between objects and ideas.
“We wanted to explore what happens when two things come together,” explained Senior Curator, Storm Janse van Rensburg. “Two photographers can subvert a gaze, while probing issues around representation, presence, omission, authorship and voyeurism. Speaking from contrasting geopolitical vantage points, two can highlight the perpetual and impeding undertone of violence still manifesting in present-day psyche. The numerous lines between collective memory, imagination and folklore are blurred when two artists use material to make visible intangible heritage.”
The exhibition includes a diptych by Isaac Julien, as well as pairings of and conversations between works by Zanele Muholi and Mouna Karray; Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Joël Andrianomearisoa; Nicholas Hlobo and Taiye Idahor; Sethembile Msezane and Glenn Ligon; Leonce Raphael Agbodjélou and Athi-Patra Ruga, as well as Mishack Masamvu and Lungiswa Gqunta.
“This exhibition presents works from the Zeitz MOCAA Collection in a new way. Whilst some works will be familiar to regular visitors to the museum, the curation of the exhibition allows them all to be experienced anew,” explains Koyo Kouoh, Executive Director and Chief Curator at Zeitz MOCAA.
“It feels like a fresh and exciting way to relook at our permanent collection. The goal of the museum has always been to build a cohesive collection that is as representative as possible of Africa and the diaspora, with strong political, social, environmental and personal messaging. This is demonstrated in this exhibition,” she adds.
Exhibition title: Two Together
On view: 7 November 2019 – 25 October 2020
Venue: Level 4, Collections Galleries
Curators: Storm Janse Van Resnburg, Tandazani Dhlakama, Sakhi Gcina, Tammy Langtry, Precious Mhone
Internationally acclaimed artist Nina Pandolfo brings her signature style to the prestigious JD Malat Gallery, London
Opening: 8th November 2019
I create with my soul, I let [my] ideas flow…
JD Malat Gallery is proud to present their first solo exhibition by internationally recognised artist Nina Pandolfo, best known for the wide-eyed characters who inhabit her fantastical canvasses and graffitied murals worldwide.
Opening on the 8th of November 2019, Gratitude is a joyful celebration of life and the kaleidoscopic emotions associated with being ‘grateful’. “So many people say that they are grateful for something but don’t live the feeling, they just go through the motions”, Pandolfo says, “[when painting] the strongest thing is the feeling, the feeling is what makes my heart beat faster and my eyes smile as I put it on the canvas…the sound of life, the sound of freedom, the sound of gratitude and simplicity.”.
This exhibition, a project that has been over a year in the making, is closely connected with Pandolfo herself – a reflection of her personal experiences and the vibrantly multicultural world around her. Heavily inspired by women who embrace and embody different cultures, the women in her works are greater than their race-specific traits and instead are more universal. One thing unites these women, their strength and delicacy which form an integral role in Pandolfo’s signature style.
Through Gratitude Pandolfo presents a Universe with no negativity, instead viewing the world around her with a dichotomy of childlike innocence and adult awareness that is so prevalent within her works; displaying the same fascination and enchantment that a child feels whilst discovering something new, and revelling in the small details. Pandolfo’s golden universe includes animals, such as the flamingo in Gratitude, who present an anthropomorphic view of what it truly means to be ‘grateful’. This symbolism, sometimes only discovered once a work is completed, brings each canvas to life, with new layers slowly revealing themselves to the viewer upon further reflection.
Born in 1977, Nina Pandolfo grew up in São Paulo, Brazil, drawing and painting from a young age before discovering graffiti and fully dedicating herself to art at just 14 years old. A student of Visual Communication, Pandolfo followed her bliss in the search for new media and creative freedom, and began tagging on the streets of São Paulo, soon becoming an integral part of the Brazilian graffiti scene in the 90’s and pioneering the way for the more widespread inclusion of graffiti in Museums and Galleries.
Since her first exhibition at the age of 22 (a collective show with the Funarte National Arts Foundation) , Pandolfo has exhibited internationally to incredible success whilst still creating monumental urban projects for Public spaces. One particularly notable commission was a collaboration with Os Gemeos, and Nunca in 2007 to paint the façade and turret of the 800-year-old Kelburn Castle – an endeavour so successful that this ‘temporary’ project was named one of the Top 10 Examples of Street Art by Tristan Manco in 2011 and protected for future generations.
With Gratitude, JD Malat Gallery is proud to announce its exclusive representation of Nina Pandolfo throughout the United Kingdom.
JD Malat Gallery is one of London’s most exciting galleries, showcasing a broad spectrum of international artists and working closely with both private clients and public institutions worldwide. A bastion of taste, eponymous founder Jean-David is often cited as ‘one of the most well -connected men in London’, internationally recognized as a curator and prominent art dealer. Through his vast experience, JD has discovered, promoted and established over a dozen formerly-unknown artists, launching his Mayfair Gallery in June 2018 to great acclaim.
Cittadino Nel Mondo is an art collective and art residency program that hosts a small group of artists from around the world. Cittadino Nel Mondo residencies are 'pop-up residency's', created in different locations around the world from the far east like Japan to Italy and other locations. The founder of Cittadino Nel Mondo, Natalia Bieganska, is an artist who has travelled the world extensively and has been deeply inspired by local cultures. As a result of her travels, Natalia has a strong mission to connect artists from different countries and backgrounds. Art for her is a new language, universal in nature, breaking down any cultural differences.
This year's residency will take place in Italy, the birthplace of some of the most famous artists in history.
The Italy program will support the artist to disconnect from city life and work on their art in a warm and rustic setting in the Italian countryside. The program is based in the small village Campagnano di Roma, which is located roughly 45 minutes from Rome and easily accessible by car or train. Campagnano di Roma was on the Via Francigena in medieval times, an ancient road running from France to Rome. The area is filled with ancient Roman and Etruscan history; the energy of painters, sculptors and other makers of the past can almost be smelt in the air.
Each Cittadino Nel Mondo program implies a theme that fits well with the surrounding region and culture. Besides the creative aspect, a core mission of Cittadino Nel Mondo in Campagnano is to take care of nature by teaching artist about sustainability, raising awareness of the local environment, and the production of healthy local foods. Artists will participate and learn about olive oil farming and production from the local Italian family.
The residency will be hosted at a property that provides a quiet, comfortable and rustic setting for artists to create and focus their energies. Overlooking the Italian countryside and olive oil trees, the property offers ample room for the artist to work in a very private setting. During the month-long program, the artist will not only retreat from the routines and pressures of everyday life but will also meet new art collectors and enjoy farm to table Italian food and, of course, wine.
Natalia has been in the fashion and art world for the last 9 years. Most recently she worked at Postmasters Gallery in Rome. Prior to Rome, Natalia was living and studying in New York where she took Marketing and PR courses at Sotheby’s NYC.
Natalia has exhibited her work as an emerging artist in Japan, New York and Italy. Beforehand, she was working in high fashion for international agencies such as Elite and Next Models; and has experience working for some of the top brands including Vogue Magazine, D&G, and GAP. Natalia holds a BA from Wladyslaw Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland majoring in design in 2012.
ADVISORY BOARD, SALES AND EVENTS
After 11 years as NYC gallerist at Postmasters Gallery (est. 1984) and curator the Polish born Paulina Bebecka moved to Rome in 2017 and established the Italian branch of the gallery, PostmastersROMA, with a permanent location situated next to the colosseum. Following the tradition of the mothership gallery the Roman space exhibits works that are representative of our time embracing all mediums, classical and new ones from paintings to Virtual Reality. Her curatorial projects include a NYTimes reviewed exhibition “this one is smaller than this one” of 35 artists which traveled from New York to Vienna and Istanbul. Bebecka holds a masters degree from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London and bachelors degrees in economics and international business administration from the American University of Paris.
Anita Benn was born in a multicultural family in Switzerland. For various health issues of her loved ones she started looking deeper into alternative medicine. At age of 22 she travelled to India discovering Ayurveda and Yoga. Later Anita decided to broaden her horizons and chosen her school of life to be Shiatsu. Three years of education at the International Shiatsu School of Kinetal taught her, that while we are all responsible for our own body mind and soul, she is able to give her patients the support to activate the self-healing process.
22 November 2019 – 15 March 2020.
In November 2019, to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, 80 of the Renaissance master’s greatest drawings will go on display at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, in the largest exhibition of the artist’s work ever to be seen in Scotland.
Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing explores the full range of Leonardo’s interests – painting, sculpture, architecture, anatomy, engineering, cartography, geology and botany – providing a comprehensive survey of Leonardo’s life and a unique insight into the workings of his mind. Many of the works in the exhibition will be on display in Scotland for the first time.
Revered in his day as a painter, Leonardo completed only around 20 paintings; he was respected as a sculptor and architect, but no sculpture or buildings by him survive; he was a military and civil engineer who plotted with Machiavelli to divert the river Arno, but the scheme was never executed; he was an anatomist and dissected 30 human corpses, but his ground-breaking anatomical work was never published; he planned treatises on painting, water, mechanics, the growth of plants and many other subjects, but none was ever finished. As so much of his life's work was unrealised or destroyed, Leonardo's greatest achievements survive only in his drawings and manuscripts. The drawings by Leonardo in the Royal Collection have been together as a group since the artist’s death in 1519, and entered the Collection during the reign of Charles II, around 1670.
Leonardo firmly believed that visual evidence was more persuasive than academic argument, and that an image conveyed knowledge more accurately and concisely than any words. Few of his drawings were intended for others to see: drawing served as his laboratory, allowing him to work out his ideas on paper and search for the universal laws that he believed underpinned all of creation. In the breadth of his interests, Leonardo was the archetypal ‘Renaissance man’, and his work is characterised by a multitude of artistic and scientific pursuits that cross-fertilised each other over many years.
Drawings of horses abound throughout Leonardo’s work, including studies for three equestrian monuments that were never realised. The sculpture that would have been his masterpiece, a monument to Francesco Sforza, the late Duke of Milan, fell victim to the turbulence of politics and warfare that was a constant shadow over Leonardo’s career. Studies for the monument, which would have been the largest bronze cast in western Europe since antiquity, include A design for an equestrian monument (c.1485–8) and Studies of a horse (c.1490).
Leonardo gained a reputation as a skilled map-maker and engineer, and in August 1502 he was appointed military architect and engineer to Cesare Borgia, son of Pope Alexander VI and Marshal of the Papal Troops. Over the next few months Leonardo surveyed Borgia’s strongholds to the north and east of Florence, and created his most impressive surviving map, A map of Imola (1502). He continued to make maps on his return to Florence, several of which were connected with his proposed projects in civil engineering, including A map of the Valdichiana (c.1503–6) and The Arno valley with the route of a proposed canal (c.1503–4).
The exhibition in Edinburgh is the culmination of a year-long nationwide event, which has given the widest-ever UK audience the opportunity to see the work of this unparalleled artist. In February 2019, 144 of Leonardo’s drawings from the Royal Collection went on display in 12 simultaneous exhibitions at museums and galleries across the UK, attracting more than one million visitors. In May 2019 the drawings were brought together at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace to form the largest exhibition of Leonardo’s work in over 65 years.
Martin Clayton, Head of Prints and Drawings, Royal Collection Trust, said, ‘The drawings of Leonardo da Vinci are both incredibly beautiful and the main source of our knowledge of the artist. As our year-long celebration of Leonardo’s life draws to a close with the largest exhibition of his work ever shown in Scotland, we hope that as many people as possible will take this unique opportunity to see these extraordinary works, and engage with one of the greatest minds in history.’
Robert Montgomery at JD Malat Gallery
Scottish-born and London based artist and poet, Robert Montgomery, brings his solo exhibition, Shiny Colourful Amusements for the Walls of the Bourgeoisie, to JD Malat Gallery Tuesday 1st October - Saturday 2nd November 2019. Coinciding with Frieze London, the highly anticipated exhibition is set to captivate Montgomery’s worldwide following. Through Shiny Coloured Amusements for the Walls of the Bourgeoisie, Montgomery, renowned for his large, public light installations and distinctive black and white billboard works, presents a selection of lightworks
made especially for the exhibition. The show also combines his illustrious lightwork technique that is well known to viewers, with new works that celebrate the artist’s return to other mediums such as painting and an electrifying exploration of colour. The globally acclaimed artist is set to fuse together these unique, imaginative approaches to his craft and bring to fruition one of his most ambitious solo exhibitions to date.
JD Malat Gallery is proud to cultivate Montgomery’s comprehensive exhibition history, having had numerous solo exhibitions across the world, most recently at the Aspen Art Museum in January 2019. Not to mention, Montgomery has presented many important exhibitions in the United Kingdom, such as being shortlisted for the UK Holocaust Memorial, showcased at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Montgomery has also had a strong Biennale presence
worldwide, representing Britain at Kochi Biennale in 2012 and the Yinchuan Biennale in 2016.
Whilst many artists become synonymous with one artistic medium, Robert is rather synonymous with a particular kind of poetic phrasing — loosely applying the principle of "concrete poetry" across an array of media, he brings words alive in watercolour, fire poems, solar powered light installations, woodcut panels, billboards and paintings. His work sits somewhere in-between a tradition of contemporary language art seen in artists like Tracey Emin, Jenny Holzer and Lawrence Weiner, and an older tradition of concrete poetry that goes back to Guillaume Apollinaire and in Britain to Ian Hamilton Finlay and Edward Lucie-Smith.
Speaking of the upcoming exhibition, Montgomery commented, “I am thrilled to be showing at JD Malat Gallery. These rooms have a great heritage, Jean-David has breathed new life into Mayfair with the space at 30 Davies Street and he has very good taste, his is one of the most exciting new galleries in London for sure. The great space here gives us a scale in which we are able to present a show that is both slightly retrospective on my work alongside a series of new paintings."
JD Malat Gallery will exhibit a selection of Montgomery’s newly made lightworks, which echo his important installations of the past at the old Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, the Kochi Biennale in 2012 and his installation of "THE PEOPLE YOU LOVE BECOME GHOSTS INSIDE OF YOU, AND LIKE THIS YOU KEEP THEM ALIVE” at the De La Warr Pavilion in 2010. This piece became one of the most talked about artworks of the last decade, with its image having been shared more than 24 million times online.
Speaking of Robert’s work, author Dane Weatherman explains that, “to encounter the work of Robert Montgomery is to make a tender encounter whose tenderness is enhanced by the public, communal quality of his work. To encounter his work is to have your body filled with a sad thunder and your head filled with a sad light. He is a complete artist and works in language, light, paper, space. He engages completely with the urban world with a translucent poetry. His work arrives at us through a kind of lucid social violence. No one has blended language, form and light in such a direct way."
Shiny Colourful Amusements for the Walls of the Bourgeoisie by Robert Montgomery
Tuesday 1st October - Saturday 2nd November 2019
JD Malat Gallery, 30 Davies Street, W1K 4NB
The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
Roy’s Art Fair is fast becoming an established event in the art lover’s diary with our last 4 shows drawing thousands of visitors and buyers. 92 carefully selected artists will be personally showcasing their artwork to the public during this free four-day event.
Roy’s Art Fair is excited to announce a partnership with the mental health charity CALM in promoting awareness on the importance of creativity and expression for positive mental health. Free workshops will be running throughout the event by special guest artists aimed at all ages and abilities. There will be many opportunities for all to explore their own creativity with the varied art supplies sponsored by GreatArt.
Throughout the event a unique installation of live art will take place at the entrance of the fair giving public the opportunity to see artists creating large scale artworks right in front of their eyes. This will start at the private view evening on 3rd October and continue throughout the entire event.
The team at Roy’s Art Fair are all artists in their own right and offer their invaluable expertise and support to both emerging and established artists as they navigate the art world. Their focus is primarily on developing a community led spirit initiated by artists to connect directly with the public and promote both the artists' and buyers' interests first.
“Roy’s Art Fair will reach new heights with our new location of the iconic Truman Brewery. We are also very excited to be running our fifth fair at the same time as the Frieze international Art Festival, with so many events running in London at this time, Roy’s gives the customer a fresh way of enjoying Frieze with approachability, affordability and fun. With thanks to the steady success with each fair we are now able to extend our support to a wider group of artists and ensure our community provides them with the right knowledge and tools to make the fair a triumph.” – Roy’s Art Fair
- See artists create Live Art in the entrance hall of the fair
- CALM Art Collective FREE Workshops hosted by special guest artists
- Fine art printmaking studio Hippo Screenprinters will be live demonstrating the art of screen printing with exclusive artwork releases by a number of special guests
- Visit the GreatArt area where we will have artists lead workshops and the opportunity for all to get involved in exploring their own creativity.
- Our friends at Vintage Event Bars will be serving up teas and coffees as well as luxurious vintage styled cocktails and craft beer.
The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
Thursday 3rd October 17:00-21:30 (Private view)
Friday 4th October 12:00-20:00
Saturday 5th October 11:00-19:00
Sunday 6th October 11:00-18:00
The debut exhibition will also premier East London’s newest art gallery, BSMT Space located in the heartland of East London’s creative community, Dalston Junction.
Amy Beager commented on the opening “The work which will be displayed over the weekend was really inspired by the constant stream of images that are flashed before us on social media, I’ve also taken some aspects of my own life experiences and my previous career in the world of fashion”.
Amy’s mixed media pieces are composited of acrylics, inks and watercolours which capture a look, a single feeling or an expression through fluid brushwork. Since leaving the world of fashion as a women’s wear designer, Amy has built a successful social media business allowing her to sell her artworks independently and directly with customers around the world.
In early 2019 Amy’s work caught the attention of the fashion industry, being personally invited to sketch and illustrate backstage and live from the catwalks for some of London’s most exciting names and up and coming designers.
Date: August 2-4, 2019
Timings: Friday August 2nd (opening night) 7-10pm, Sat & Sunday 10am -8pm
Location: BSMT Space, 529 Kingsland Road, London E8
Event Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blue-woman-tickets-64977468357
Los Angeles-based artist Andy Moses is set to make his London debut with his solo exhibition, Echoes of Light at JD Malat Gallery from Friday 21st June - Saturday 20th July. Curated by Larry Bell, one of America’s most renowned and influential artists, Echoes of Light will feature a selection of concave paintings, alongside Andy’s newest circle and hexagonal pieces created especially for the London showcase. This exhibition also coincides with JD Malat Gallery’s landmark 1st anniversary; a fitting celebration to mark one year since the Mayfair-based gallery opened to much acclaim in June 2018.
Andy’s distinctive style is simultaneously abstract and representational; the technical fluidity of his work with acrylics in Echoes of Light reflect his experiences of growing up surrounded by incredible landscapes, and serve to mimic nature and its forces. He uses a unique process of preparing layers of floating paint before allowing them to flow across the surface.
Andy first began work on concave surfaces in 2003, allowing him to further play with light, as well as creating a greater feeling of depth. The concave paintings sway between pure abstraction and sweeping vistas of various types of landscapes including the ocean, desert, sky, clouds and even tectonic shifts - both real and imaginary. In the circular and hexagonal paintings, it appears as if one has zoomed in on these vistas and compressed and contorted them to suggest a new kind of space, that still alludes to organic forms but from a more microscopic or macroscopic point of view.
Commenting on his work Andy says; “My quest is to create the sensation of light that appears to be emanating from the surface of the painting rather than being reflected off of it. I use a variety of pearlescent pigments that appear to shift in hue and vibrancy as the viewer moves around the painting.”
Andy continues, “When the opportunity to exhibit my work in London came up, Larry, who is an old family friend, immediately volunteered to help me select the pieces. His suggestions were invaluable in creating a well-rounded presentation of my work. I am extremely grateful for his advice, involvement, and continual support and am honoured to be working with JD Malat Gallery for my first solo show in London.”
Speaking of Andy’s work, renowned artist Jeff Koons says “I’ve always loved Andy’s work. It’s interesting how it embraces many dialogues within the history of painting, from nature, landscape and science to abstraction. The paintings embrace everything while at the same time a sense of negation is always present. This polarity allows you to discover your relationship with the work itself. There’s always a sublime beauty within the work. The co-mingling of time and space, both real and abstract, is one of the most relevant aspects of Andy’s work to me. Moses’ work is powerful and extreme, from the beginning to today, in concept and execution.”
“We are honoured to be showcasing Andy’s debut show, carefully curated by Larry Bell, here in London. The echoes of nature are felt as we gaze upon Andy’s paintings. It is a real pleasure to exhibit a show which brings two amazing artists and visionaries together.” Gallery Founder Jean-David Malat speaks on the upcoming exhibition.
In June, JD Malat Gallery are celebrating their first year, having hosted 7 successful exhibitions to date with many more exciting shows in the pipeline.
Echoes of Light by Andy Moses
Friday 21st June - Saturday 20th July
JD Malat Gallery, 30 Davies Street, Mayfair W1K 4NB https://jdmalat.com
As one of the pioneers of an artistic language known as "Post-Internet Art", Katja Novitskova will create a virtuoso, multi-part and multi-layered "environment" for the exhibition, that encompasses and captures the visitors and blurs the boundaries between the individual works. The works are the result of Novitskova's ongoing interes in current biotechnological research and revolve around the question of the future existence of the organic as a component of technological processes.
An international jury will choose the prizewinner on September 12, 2019. The award consists of a solo exhibition with a catalogue at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin in the fall of 2020. The jury consists of: Annie Fletcher (Director of IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin), Anna-Catharina Gebbers (Curator at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin), Udo Kittelmann (Director of Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin), Philippe Vergne (Director of Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto) and Theodora Vischer (Senior Curator of Fondation Beyeler, Basel). Also on September 12, this year's winner of the Förderpreis für Filmkunst, which the Nationalgalerie has been awarding together with the German Film Academy since 2011 and which includes a prize money of 10,000 euros, will be announced.
The Preis der Nationalgalerie is made possible by the Freunde der Nationalgalerie and supported by BMW.
For further information see www.preisdernationalgalerie.de
Pauline Curnier Jardin
Grotta Profunda Approfundita , 2017
Installationsansicht, Viva Arte Viva, Arsenale, 57. Biennale di Venezia, kuratiert von Christine Macel
Courtesy of the artist
Foto: Daniele Zoiko
Likeness , 2018
Wax sculpture, vintage desk, chair, lamp and objects, handrail, two-channel video (4K, color, sound), dimensions variable, video duration: 19:34 minutes
Courtesy of the artist und Esther Schipper, Berlin
Foto: Marc Domage
Ars Viva Preis-Ausstellung , 2016
Ausstellungsansicht Ars Viva Preis-Ausstellung, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig, 2016 Courtesy of the artist, Deborah Schamoni und LambdaLambdaLambda
Foto: Andy Keate
Invasion Curves , 2018
Ausstellungsansicht, Skulptur, Ton, verschiedene Medien Aus der Einzelausstellung Invasion Curves, Whitechapel Gallery in London, 2018
Courtesy of the artist, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin
Foto: Andrew Radford