Galerie Jette Rudolph

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Preview: Paule Hammer at Jette Rudolph

  Die Galerie Jette Rudolph zeigt zur Saisoneröffnung im September 2010 ihre erste Soloshow des Leipziger Künstlers Paule Hammer (geb. 1975). Die Ausstellung trägt den Titel “Weltentzyklopädie 4: Angst, Liebe, Traum“ und präsentiert eine All- Over- Inszenierung der Galerieräume basierend auf neuen gross- bis mittelformatigen Malereien des Künstlers, installativen Textarbeiten sowie Soundskulpturen.Paule Hammers komplexe Werke erzählen Geschichten aus der Ich- Perspektive, deren Inhalt sich... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 8/31/10

Bywater, Morell, Pitoiset, Spichtig

        “The Show with No Name” brings together four artistic positions that explore photography as relic or random excerpt from the world. The works use modern media and integrate photography into their concepts. In the style of the eponymous TV series from Austin, Texas, that combines ephemeral elements from television, cinema, music and documentation, the exhibition’s focus is on consistently combining various media to create an image discourse based on conceptual photography. It is... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 7/19/10

Watching the grass grow

by Ana Finel Honigman
"Conceptious" brings together five artists creating understated conceptual works addressing diverse ways of understanding the passage of time. In keeping with this sombre theme almost all the works are nearly monochromatic with one instance of blue ink on white paper and a few sightings of subtle colour. Yet, they demonstrate a spectrum of attitudes and approaches. Stefan Burger, from Mühlheim, made wallpaper for one wall in the gallery from twin photographs of wood sign-posts... [more]
Posted by Ana Finel Honigman on 5/24/09

Political Iconography

by E-Slant Team
        „I am thinking there is a longing by most of us not to start; a similar desire to be on the other side of the discourse (...).” (M. Foucault, The order of Discourse, inaugural lecture of the College de France, 1970) “POIK II”, is a follow-up in terms of content of the group show “Political Iconography I” presented at the gallery Jette Rudolph at the turn of the year 2007/ 08. It is primarily concerned with the current relevance of iconographic and heraldic symbols in contemporary... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 2/20/09

Mythological Deities and Hovering Pillars

by E-Slant Team
(free translation from: Was wir sehen blickt uns an. Die Metapsychologie des Bildes; George Didi-Hubermann, Finkverlag, München 1999) For his first solo show in Berlin we are proud to present the South African artist Wim Botha (b. in 1974 Pretoria based in Cape Town) after his successful appearance with the installation "Vanitas Toilette" at the Art Forum Berlin in 2008. The visual language of Botha´ s two- and three- dimensional objects assembles a world of references and symbols into a... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 12/27/08