Claudia Wieser

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Abstract Life   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Ayse Erkmen, Markus Karstiess, Anne Neukamp, Bernd Ribbeck, Claudia Wieser at Hopstreet April 30th, 2011 - June 4th, 2011
Posted 5/21/11
The show proposes to look at abstract shapes as images that are animate. Despite their often rather austere appearance, abstract artworks can embody hints of fguration, motion, even narration. Here are brought together works by artists who work on the thin line between abstraction and figuration, respectively are inclined to blur this line –life is breathed into forms and shapes through concept, colour and composition and transform abstract shapes into anthropomorphic entities.“PFM-1 and... [more]
Finding One's Feet   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Anja Ciupka, Stefan Panhans, Sebastian Stumpf, Claudia Wieser at EXPERIMENTER November 12th, 2010 - December 4th, 2010
Posted 12/13/10
        The fundamental crisis being dealt with in Experimenter Gallery’s latest offering is put forth at the very onset through the show’s title – Where am I?. Evidently, the question here concerns both literal and metaphorical space. Spatial ambiguity has furtively become a characteristic component of our post-modern, post-globalization existence. Locational specificity lost out significantly with the advent of present day architectural structures such as the shopping mall or the... [more]
Maximal Limits   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Robert Dowling, Terry Haggerty, Daniel Robert Hunziker, Donald Judd, David Renggli, Stefan Sandner, Sebastian Wickeroth, Claudia Wieser at ANDREAS GRIMM - MÜNCHEN March 13th, 2009 - May 9th, 2009
Posted 3/20/09
The title of the exhibition is meant to juxtapose the term ‘Minimal Art' with its antonym ‘Maximal', not as a paradox or contradiction, but rather as a combination of thoughts on the nature of the works shown. It explains the relationship of the history and influences of Minimalism on contemporary art. From its beginning at the German Bauhaus to the American Minimal Art of the 60's, the term ‘Minimal' reflects a reduction within a formal repertoire, but can be misinterpreted as a... [more]
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