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20160629143844-annabelle-craven-jones16-002c-300dpi On the exhibition / Zur Ausstellung  
Annabelle Craven-Jones at Cruise & Callas June 25th - July 23rd
Posted 6/21/16

Transmitting information is inherent in today’s networked Internet Age. The information structures of our digital surroundings resemble the inner transmitting systems of nerves and their contacts, the synapses. With the help of messenger substances, neurotransmitters like serotonin pass on information and thereby activate the inner neural system. In her installation Conditions for Neurotransmission [P.O.V.] artist Annabelle Craven-Jones visualizes the mutual effects of both information systems and... [more]

Curator's Open: First Peek at Our Show at EXPO Chicago  
9/15/14 Posted 9/15/14

Voynich Manuscript. image via Yale University's Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library We've never done this before. This year we launched our first-ever Curator's Open, where we asked you to use our massive database of art to curate our booth at EXPO Chicago. We then handed over the submissions to an expert jury of curators to decide which show we should put on. They selected Amsterdam-based curator and critic Manus Groenen's show "Cryptographics: a tribute to the Voynich Manuscript." Featuring... [more]

20130416110530-11 Ausstellung SIEGesIKONEN  
Guy Avital, Dobrochna Badora, Jacek Bakowski, Janusz Bakowski, Krzysztof Baran, Grazyna Bartnik, John von Bergen, Czeslaw Bielecki, Bozenna Biskupska, Borena Bodin, Jan Bokiewicz, Wojciech Bruszewski, Michal Brzezinski, Maciej Buszewicz, Piotr Bylina, Janusz Byszewski, Rafal Chmielewski, Krzysztof Cichosz, Erazm Ciolek, Bettina Cohnen, Witoslaw Czerwonka, Andrzej Dluzniewski, Kurt Fleckenstein, Miroslaw Dembinski - Waldemar Major Fydrych, Henryk Gajewski, Varda Getzow, Stefan Gierowski, Teresa Gierzynska, Marek Glinkowski, Sylwia Gorak, Jan Gryka, Pawel Grzes, Ryszard Grzyb, Alexander Honory, Andrzej Janaszewski, Jerzy Janiszewski, Renata Jaworska, Beatrice Jugert, Wolf Kahlen, Andrzej Kalina, Jerzy Kalina, Lodz Kaliska, Edyta Jaworska Kowalska at SIEGesIKONEN / icons of victory - transform August 30th, 2009 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 4/14/13

Die Ausstellung SIEGESIKONEN - transFORM ist ein Versuch die diversen Facetten der Metamorphosen zu veranschaulichen, die sowohl ganze Nationen als auch uns selbst persönlich betreffen. Über 100 Künstler verschiedenen Alters und Nationalität nehmen teil. In Bildern, Collagen, multimedialen Arbeiten und dokumentarischen Fotos, welche manchmal sehr dramatische, manchmal lustige und oft auch absurde Ereignisse aus den 80er und 90er Jahren festhalten, betrachten die Künstler unterschiedliche Wege ge... [more]

Chloe Piene: On Our Berlin Watchlist  
1/30/12 Posted 1/30/12

(Image: Chloe Piene, Iron Hand,  2012, Installation view,  Iron, Plaster,  40 x 69 x 170cm; © Galerie Barbara Thumm / Photo: Jens Ziehe) Chloe Piene (b. 1972, Stamford, Connecticut, USA) Chloe Piene is well known for her ability to straddle an extremely wide spectrum, both in the physical play of her materials and as a certain philosophical position. Her work has included such diverse associations as prisoners, love letters, ironworkers, Christian mystics, ruins, political dictatorships and instruments of t... [more]

Gitte Schäfer: On Our Berlin Watchlist  
10/24/11 Posted 10/24/11

(Image: Gitte Schäfer, Gabor, 2010, Wood, book cloth, h: 38 x w: 45 x d: 8 cm; © Lullin + Ferrari) Gitte Schäfer (b. 1972, Stuttgart, Germany) History and memory weave a tremulous path through the varied artistic practices of Schäfer, including sculpture, painting, drawing, and design. Working skillfully in these mediums, Schäfer reinterprets several historical sources as far-reaching as German Romanticism, mid-century European industrial design and the Japanese tradition of Ichiban sculpture. A se... [more]

based in Berlin (June 8th to July 24th)  
6/2/11 Posted 6/2/11

(Source: Based in Berlin website. Found on Six weeks of exhibitions, talks, performances in various locations throughout Berlin. From 8 June until 24 July 2011, based in Berlin will show works by some 80 artists who live and work in Berlin. The exhibition will cover the full range of contemporary art practices, from painting and drawing to sculpture, photography, film and video, text and performances to installations. A comprehensive program of events... [more]

Wolfgang Stiller: On Our Berlin Watchlist  
3/4/11 Posted 3/4/11

(Image: Wolfgang Stiller, Figur, 2010 , Hartschaum, Kunststoff, Stoff, Gouache, Größe ca. 2,50m x 0,60m x 1,20m; © Wolfgang Stiller) Wolfgang Stiller (b. 1961, Wiesbaden, Germany) Wolfgang Stiller is presently based in Berlin. His art works encompass sculpture, drawing and installation, displaying a complicated but subtle interest in bodies and organisms, human and otherwise, via scale, subject and materiality. Stiller's artworks have been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions throughout the US, in... [more]

Björn Dahlem: On Our Berlin Watchlist  
1/31/11 Posted 1/31/11

(Image: Björn Dahlem, Schwarzes Loch, 2009, New wool, linen, 180 x 220 cm; © Galerie Guido W. Baudach) Björn Dahlem (b. 1974, Munich, Germany) The artist Björn Dahlem represents the modern type of sculptor. His sculptural creations are rooted not in stability but in what is fragile—for fragility, Dahlem believes, is the defining condition of human knowledge. Profoundly knowledgeable about intellectual and cultural history (including the history of popular culture), Dahlem transposes compl... [more]

20110117112252-einladungskarte-burnoski_5mb Worth Going!  
Christian Burnoski at Schillerpalais January 11th, 2011 - January 27th, 2011
Posted 1/17/11

The artwork is thoughtfully put together and works well within the space.  There's a lot in the show without over crowding.  It's also fun to see how he displays the theme of doubles and triples. [more]

National Museum’s National Gallery reacquires famous sculptures  
10/28/10 Posted 10/28/10

(Excerpt from 'Reacquisition of “The Sower” by Constantin Meunier for the National Gallery' posted on All Art news, Oct 2010. Found on One of the many sculptures that become a part of the National Gallery's collection once again. An important bronze sculpture in the history of European modern art has been successfully reacquired on behalf of the National Museum’s National Gallery, thanks to suppo... [more]

Adrian_lohmueller_bettkonstruktion3_small Press Release  
Frauke Boggasch + Adrian Lohmüller at Cruise & Callas September 23rd, 2009 - November 7th, 2009
Posted 10/22/10

The pictures of Frauke Boggasch, painted in many glazed layers and sombrely romantic appearing, are conceptual and above all a confrontation with classic questions on painting. In the glazes she buries the knowledge of painting’s conditions. Archetypes, confrontations and allusions are hardly or not at all visible anymore. These layers and histories face up against the completed picture, which on the surface display impasto application and appear almost manically worked. Boggasch employs this mania... [more]

Ds_08_installation_view_totipotent Press Release  
Dominik Steiner at Cruise & Callas December 6th, 2008 - January 24th, 2009
Posted 10/22/10

Cruise & Callas are pleased to present the fi rst solo exhibition of Dominik Steiner. In his show “Totipotent”, Steiner is showing abstract painting and sculpture. Dominik Steiner’s work shows a strong relationship to the artist’s self-image since the beginning of classic modern art. Sandro Bocola wrote in his art historical paper “The Art of the Modern” about Kandinsky and his contemporaries: “In their non-objective works the unity of the sensual and the spiritual is neither proclaimed nor depic... [more]

New Alchemy: Contemporary Art after Beuys (19 sep 2010-16 jan 2011)  
9/23/10 Posted 9/23/10

(Excerpt from 'LWL-Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte' posted on e-flux, Sep 2010. Found on A group show of contemporary art. Over 20 years after the death of Joseph Beuys, a young generation of artists has set out as the new "fatherless generation," invoking primal elements and energies, the forces of nature and of the irrational. This new art is dedicated to life and direct sensory experience. As a reaction to the certainty that in the... [more]

20100901195757-kreuz Et facta est lux!  
molitor & kusmin at WHITE SQUARE GALLERY September 18th, 2010 - November 20th, 2010
Posted 9/14/10

With the exhibition “Et facta est Lux”, the White Square Gallery presents from September 18th until November 20th an extensive, space-oriented installation by the artist duo molitor & kuzmin. Ursula Molitor (born 1947 in Lower Saxony, Germany) and Vladimir Kuzmin (born 1943 in Saporoshje, Ukraine) have created a light installation, especially for exhibition at the White Square Gallery, which combines pieces of previous installations with pieces of new ones. In existence since 1996, the artist du... [more]

20100901191733-00920100902 The Sea of Plenty  
Michael Stokes at STYX Projects September 8th, 2010 - September 29th, 2010
Posted 9/11/10

Stokes seems to have the creative freedom that may have other artists, serving more commercial or intellectual masters, becoming anxious. It seems like Stokes just makes whatever he feels like, or works with whatever the sea provides, as it were. It's as though a fisherman waits patiently to see what might bite. But surely this reading is too simple. A reading of this body of work involves a certain amount of time, for there are no dry references to art history or to art theory. Stokes also do... [more]

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