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Kate V Robertson

        FEINKOST is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Germany of Scottish artist Kate V Robertson. Entitled “Pieces” the presentation of this new body of work introduces Robertson’s practice of sculpture and site-specific installation that incorporates materials hinged on precarity and slippery states of being. The work of Kate V Robertson operates in dialogue with an art history of Gordon Matta-Clark, Robert Smithson, Ceal Floyer and Charles Ray. Addressing moments... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 7/5/10


FEINKOST is pleased to present its second solo exhibition of Berlin-based artist Ignacio Uriarte. Entitled “Typologies”, the exhibition is a meditation on parameters, taxonomies and predestinations available within materials.“Typologies” presents a continuation of Ignacio Uriarte’s research and his use of the office place as a total medium. Complete with all its textures, materials, behaviors and structures the artist filters the data of the workstation through an aesthetic... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 5/10/10

Properly Preserving Memory

      FEINKOST is pleased to present the group exhibition entitled “Communism Never Happened”. Taking its title from a work by artist Ciprian Mureşan, the show explores different modes of archiving, processing, assimilating and forgetting. Do math equations in your head. In Mureşan’s work the title phrase was cut from vinyl records of propaganda. This now unconfirmable recording functions here as a revised text, the original source compromised to convey new information. Legibility of text... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 11/16/09

Reciprocated Love

by Ana Finel Honigman
          Andy Warhol's dictum that "Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art," is often cited as a paradigm-changing contribution to contemporary art. In today's economy, however, artists need to re-evaluate those values and find other ways to gauge the cost-benefits of creative endeavors. One such approach is offered by the moving and thought-provoking group show "More Love Hours That Can Ever Be Repaid," curated by Aaron Moulton at the Feinkost gallery.... [more]
Posted by Ana Finel Honigman on 3/22/09