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ZOOM – Romania

KVOST
Kunstverein Ost – Berlin

Saturday 14.07.2018 – 2 pm

The new talk series ZOOM at Kunstverein Ost – KVOST focuses on different countries that were behind the Iron Curtain, giving insights into their art and cultural scenes. After a brief tour through the exhibition BAYWATCH, the curators Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher, speak about their experience and impressions working in Romania.

Silvia Amancei & Bogdan Armanu from Romania are working during their KVOST Residency on the special ‚Berlin Edition‘ of ‚Sexy History Calendar‘.

 

 

 

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Kunsthalle Tbilisi – Inaugural Exhibition
Private and Corporate Collecting – Panel Discussion

Kunsthalle Tbilisi / Goethe Institut / Tbilisi Art Fair
16.05.–20.05.2018

TAF TALK

http://tbilisiartfair.art/en/show/programme/50

Friday, May 18, 12:30- 1:30 PM
Critical writing: Georgia being on periphery of Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, Russian, Soviet and, now European geo-cultural unities has been serving as a peripheral part of the “Western” world vision. Grasping information, non-refined by the center systems, has made the Georgian peripheral vision as a source of original creativity. Being periphery means freedom of initiation. How much this freedom of initiation is preserved in contemporary visual culture in Georgia? In today’s international fusion of culture is it our peripherallity that we are selling now?

Moderator: Lali Pertenava, independent curator and critic
Participants: Kate Sutton, Artforum International
Dr. Francisco Martinez, researcher in cultural heritage at the University of Helsinki. He is part of editorial teams of the Anthropological Journal of European Cultures and Soumen Anthropology.

Friday, May 18, 14:00- 15:00 PM
Private and Corporate Collections and their focus

Moderator: Irena Popiashvili, Founder of Kunsthalle Tbilisi
Participants: Rainald Schumacher, Curator, Private and Corporate Collections, Berlin
Anders Shroeder, Private Collector, London

Saturday, May 19, 12:30- 1:30 PM
Kunsthalle as a Museum of Contemporary Art – Institution and its goals

Moderator: Irena Popiashvili, Founder of Kunsthalle Tbilisi
Participants:
Vanessa Müller, Curator, Kunsthalle Vienna
Dr. Eva Huttenlauch, Curator, Städtische Gallerie im Lembachhaus und Kunstbau
Bettina Steinbruge, Director, Kunstverein Hamburg
Sebastian Cichocki, Curator, Warsaw Museum of Contemporary Art
Margot Norton, Curator, New Museum, New York
Pavel Prigara, Director, Manege Central Exhibition Hall, St. Petersburg

Outside view of Installation by Nika Kutateladze for Kunsthalle Tbilisi

Dr. Eva Huttenlauch, Curator, Städtische Galerie im Lembachhaus und Kunstbau, Rainald Schumacher, Curator Office for Art, Vanessa Müller, Curator, Kunsthalle Vienna

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BAYWATCH
KVOST
26.04. –28.07.2018

Dragos Alexandrescu, Silvia Amancei & Bogdan Armanu, Tamar Chaduneli, Levan Chelidze, EQUALS Collective (initiated and led by Andreja Kulunčić; the other members wish to remain anonymous), Daniil Galkin, Karol Radziszewski and Martina Vacheva.

Curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher

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The Meaning of EAST – Lecture
Projects of Office for Art in the Sphere of the Unknown, the EAST.

17.03.2018
19:00 Presentation and Discussion at Cafe 1 – Veletrzni Palace

Part of the programme for Berlinsky Model 17.03.–05.05.2018
http://berlinskymodel.com/en_about.html

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I AM THE MOUTH
MSU – Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb
19.01. – 18.03.2018

Works from Art Collection Telekom

Curated by Nathalie Hoyos, Radmila Iva Jankovic, Rainald Schumacher

 

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WHISPER OF THESE THINGS IS’NT TRUE
National Museum of Sculpture – Królikarnia Palace, Warsaw
24.09.2017

Performance – Sound Composition by Katarzyna Krakowiak

Curated by Nathalie Hoyos, Ewa Kozik, Rainald Schumacher

 

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REVOLVING TRUTH
Grand Hall, National Museum Warsaw
Saturday 23.09.2017
14:00–16:00

Performative Actions by artists, curators, musicians, singers…

Curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher in collaboration with Joanna Bernacka, the National Museum Warsaw, Xawery Dunikowski Museum of Sculpture – Królikarnia Palace and support from the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.

Zofia Kulik, Vikenti Komitski & Bozidar Katic, Petra Feriancova, Michal Stachyra & Jan Michalec, Slavs and Tatars, Gabi Ngobo, Robert Kusmirowski, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Charlie Dance, Mareike Dittmer, Barbara Kinga Majewska, Little Warsaw and special appearance by Mike Cox.

 

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PÓŁPRAWDA | HALF–TRUTH
National Museum of Sculpture – Królikarnia Palace, Warsaw
10.09. – 22.10.2017

Works by Central and Eastern European Contemporary Artists from Art Collection Telekom

Curated by Nathalie Hoyos, Ewa Kozik, Rainald Schumacher

 

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AMAZING PERPLEXITIES
Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
05.05. – 07.06.2017

Tamar Chaduneli, Georgia; Maja Cule, Croatia; Carla Fullerton, Scotland; Markus Hoffmann, Germany; Vikenti Komitzki, Bulgaria; Karol Radziszewski, Poland; Eric Sidner, USA; Open Group (Yuriy Biley, Anton Varga, Pavlo Kovach, Stanislav Turina), Ukraine.

Curated by Nathalie Hoyos, Rainald Schumacher and Alevtina Kakhidze

Projects and works from a 6 week residency in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Amazing Perplexities, installation view, 2017, Lavra City Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine

Karol Radziszewski, QAI Project since 2015, books, color prints, photographs arranged in vitrines, video interview with Mikhael Koptev, 2017

Markus Hoffmann, Bikini Atoll Containment III. Man’s emergence from his self-incurred immaturity, 2 Ch bw/c- Full HD video 01:56:59, Coconut from the Bikini Atoll, Nori paper from the coast of Fukushima, 2017

Carla Scott Fullerton, installation view, 2017, Lavra City Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine

Tamar Chaduneli, installation view, 2017, Lavra City Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine

 

Vikenti Komitski, I Don’t Wanna Be the 90’s to Your Disco, videostill, 2017

Open Group, Open Gallery, 7 lightboxes, wooden frame, plastic, colour printing, each 90 x90 cm, 2017

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NEW CONSTRUCTIVE ENERGIES
Pavilion #6 at Expo Georgia, Tbilisi
17.11. – 20.11.2016
Rooms Hotel, Tbilisi
22.11. – 04.12.2016
Nato Bagratoni, Tamar Chaduneli, Levian Chelidze, Natela Grigalashvili, Sandro Kenchadze, Nino Kvrivishvili, Giorgi Magradze, Nika Qutateladze, Sandro Sulaberidze

Organized by Goethe Institut, Tbilisi
Curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher in collaboration with Irena Popiashvili

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PREVIEW: ART COLLECTION TELEKOM

Eva Kot’átková and Maria Kulikovska

Museum of Sculpture – Królikarnia Palace, Warsaw
curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher
23.09. –25.09.2016

parallel to Warsaw Gallery Weekend

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Maria Kulikovska, Homo Bulla (white, green, red), 2016

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Eva Kotatkova, Educational Model, 2009

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SHAPE OF TIME – FUTURE OF NOSTALGIA
Works from the Art Collection Telekom
Museum of Contemporary Art, MNAC Bucharest
curated by Adriana Oprea, Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher

Artist and Expert Talks chaired by Nathalie Hoyos / Rainald Schumacher

Thursday, 16.06.2016

IGOR GRUBIĆ & ŠEJLA KAMERIĆ
Artist Talk, Lecture and Conversation
Igor Grubić and Šejla Kamerić talk about their artistic practice, and the works in the exhibition. Reflecting on the title of the exhibition, Igor Grubić will present examples of his earlier works and his recent film Istorii MonuMentale.

Thursday, 07.07.2016

JÖRG-UWE NEUMANN

Lecture and Conversation

Dr. Neumann, director of Kunsthalle Rostock, gives an introduction into the history of the Kunsthalle, which has been founded in 1969 as Pavillon for the Biennial of the Baltic Countries (1965 – 1989). The Biennale has been the most important and influential contemporary art exhibition in the former German Democratic Republic. Referring to this history and rewriting the history, the Kunsthalle will concentrate its future perspective and exhibition programme onto the Eastern European art. The short closes with a conversation and discussion about perspectives and strategies of institutional practice to mediate contemporary art.

Thursday, 01.09.2016

D.I.S. – DAVID HUMBERTO TORO AND SOLOMON WATTENBERG CHASE

Two members of D.I.S., the curatorial team of the 9th Berlin Biennale (Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso and David Toro) present a lecture and talk about their curatorial approach, concept and actual experiences working on the 9th Berlin Biennale.

Wednesday, 28.09.2016

BRITTA PETERS – SKULPTUR PROJEKTE MÜNSTER

Britta Peters, part of curatorial team for Sculpture Projects Münster 2017 (Britta Peters, Marianne Wagner and Kasper König) introduce this important exhibition, which takes place since 1977 every 10 years. The lecture will give an insight into the changing concept of understanding sculpture in an urban environment.

Wednesday, 05.10.2016

ARIANE BEYN

The German Academic Exchange programme DAAD has played an important and influential role in former West Berlin and in building bridges to the East during the time of the cold war. Especially the art programme gave many artists an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and develope their work. Ariane Beyn, Head of the Visual Arts, DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Programme, introduces the past and the actual strategy and direction of the DAAD.

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SHAPE OF TIME – FUTURE OF NOSTALGIA

Works from the Art Collection Telekom

Museum of Contemporary Art, MNAC Bucharest
curated by Adriana Oprea, Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher
21.04. – 09.10.2016

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Shape of Time – Future of Nostalgia, installation view

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CONTEMPORARY ART HUB – ARAD

Development of a Master Plan
First Cut: Learning and Listening

Friday, 23.10.2016 Teba Hall
Satursday, 24.10.2016 Teba Hall

Speakers:
Anda Ionescu, Speaker for ARAD Initiatives.
Iara Boubnova, Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art Sofia, Bulgaria.
Zoran Eric, Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Serbia.
Anya Medvedeva, Director, Izolyatsia Platform for Cultural Initiatives Kyiv, Ukraine.
Zofia Ploska, Curator, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, Poland.
Slaven Tolj, Director, Museum of Contemporary Art Rijeka, Croatia.

Chaired by Office for Art – Rainald Schumacher / Nathalie Hoyos

1. Panel

Introduction by Anda Ionescu
Promise and hope for a Contemporary Art Hub in Arad.

Slaven Tolj – Museum of Contemporary Art Rijeka
How to combine regional and local interests with the international community?

The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka has a long tradition since 1947, when it was founded as Fine Arts Gallery. The gallery was home to Salon 54 and following Rijeka Salons in 1956, 1959, 1961 and 1963 – exhibitions of Yugoslavian painting and sculpture. From 1960 on 16 Youth Biennials were held until 1991. In 2001 the institution changed its name into Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Since 2001 there exists a concept and a project to develop a new site for the Museum.
In 2012 artist Slaven Tolj was appointed as director for the Museum.
As an artist he knows about the obstacles to work in the social reality of today Croatia. He will focus on the role and importance of such an institution for the local and regional art scene and speak about organisational tasks and future perspectives for collaboration.

Iara Boubnova – Museum of Contemporary Art Sofia
Learning from failure and developing new strategies.

A Museum of Contemporary Art does not exist in Sofia. As director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, which was founded as a NGO by artists, independent curators and cultural theoreticians, based on a shared vision to develop a contemporary art scene in Bulgaria after the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989, Iara Boubnova has been engaged for the past years to establish an official, state run Museum of Contemporary Art. The project was not realised.

Zofia Ploska – Museum of Modern Art Warsaw
Planning and realising an institution might be faced by many delays and obstacles.

In 2005 the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw has been brought into being. A new building complex is planned just in front of the large Palace of Culture and Science in the very centre of the city. Since that time – due to some postponements – the Museum was operating in temporary locations. In October 2012 the Museum moved for four years into a former furniture store, just nearby the future location of the new building. Nevertheless the Museum is playing an important role by collecting, displaying and mediating contemporary art.
Zofia Ploska will talk about the difficulties to work under such conditions, the struggle with the authorities and the future perspective and role of the institution.

2. Panel

Zoran Eric ­––Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade
As a Museum in Motion during reconstruction, will it be able to keep up such flexibility?

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade was founded in 1965 and played an important part in displaying national and international art. In 2007 the museum was closed for reconstruction and extension. Since that time the collections are displayed as a Museum in Motion at different cities and locations throughout the country. What are the perspectives for such an important institution and how it will balance local and regional interests with the international dialogue?

Anya Medvedeva – Izolyatsia Kyiv
A non-governmental organisation as a model for an Art Hub in Arad?

The Platform for Cultural Initiatives is a private NGO for contemporary culture, which was founded in 2010 in a former insulation materials factory in the east of Ukraine. The territory remains seized by the self-proclaimed ‚Donetsk People’s Republic’ since it was occupied on 9 June 2014. Many of the site-specific artworks and installations have been destroyed. Also a work by Pascale Martine Tayou ‚Make Up’, a large lipstick on some former smokestack, which has become something like a new town’s landmark, was blown up by the occupants.
Izolyatsia has moved to Kyiv and has opened on the factory site of a shipyard a new centre. Anya Medvedeva will tell more about the dramatic events, but she will also give invaluable information about models of becoming active and initiative especially with local artists and groups.

Final Statement by Anda Ionescu.

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FIRST CUT
Artistic Interventions at former Teba Factory, Arad, Romania

Igor Grubic, Petrit Halilaj, Citizenit, Zilvinas Kempinas, Volodymyr Kuznetsov, L’ENE architects, Anetta Mona-Chisa & Lucia Tkacova, Katerina Seda, Nedko Solakov
Curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher
05.10. – 15.11.2015
Special opening event: Open Ping Pong tournament: PPC–Ping Pong Constantin with Olaf Nicolai and his class from the Art Academy Munich
04.10.2015

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ART ENCOUNTERS – Timisoara / Arad
APPEARANCE & ESSENCE

Exhibitions, Art in Public, Artist in Residence, Conversations
curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher
03.10. – 01.11.2015

FRIDAY, 02.10.2015 – PREVIEW DAY
15:30                       Talk: Snježana Pintarić (MSU, Zagreb), Museum of Art
17:00                       Talk: Marcella Beccaria (Castello di Rivoli, Torino), Museum of Art

SATURDAY, 03.10.2015
15:30                      Talk: Christian Rattemeyer (MoMA, New York) and Karolina Ziebinska-Lewandowska (Centre Pompidou, Paris), Museum of Art
17:00                      Talk: Frances Morris and Juliet Bingham (Tate Modern, London), Museum of Art

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Preparation for the Encounters? Still something to do!

ART ENCOUNTERS – Timisoara / Arad

APPEARANCE & ESSENCE

Exhibitions, Art in Public, Artist in Residence, Conversations
curated by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher
03.10. – 01.11.2015

Balancing between Appearance & Essence, as the main curatorial guideline for the Art Encounters, we, Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher, put Romanian Art in the spotlight of our research. Thus looking from an outside position at the appearance of Romanian Art in search of and by daring to define its essence. The clear focus on the Romanian Art is balanced by integrating a few, very specific international artistic positions, which can support the reading and understanding of the nuances of the Romanian contribution to the global art discourse.

The Art Encounters is taking place in Arad and Timișoara , which is located at an old crossroad between the Ottoman and Habsburg Empires and has been through the centuries a melting pot of cultures and religions. At the heart of the Banat region, which became 1918 part of Romania, the Art Encounters seeks to integrate this historic European region into the international discourse.

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Appearance and Essence – Main Exhibition Hall

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Appearance and Essence – Main Exhibition Hall

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Appearance and Essence – Main Exhibition Hall

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Sequential Strings – outdoor sculpture: Pravdoliub Ivanov, Monument to the Unknown Washer Woman

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Pygmalion Gallery – Ion Grigorescu and Mihai Olos

 

 

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RED CARPET – DANIIL GALKIN
06.12.2014 – 22.03.2015
Lavra City Gallery / Mironova Foundation, Kyiv, Ukraine
curated by Rainald Schumacher

Daniil Galkin, Red Carpet, 2015, Installation view, Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv

Daniil Galkin, Red Carpet, 2015, Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv

Daniil Galkin, Red Carpet, 2015, Installation view, Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv

Daniil Galkin, Red Carpet, 2015, Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv

Daniil Galkin, Red Carpet, 2015, Installation view, Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv

Daniil Galkin, Red Carpet, 2015, Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv

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FRAGILE SENSE OF HOPE – Artist and Expert Talks
10.10. – 23.11.2014
me Collectors Room, Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin
organised by Office for Art in cooperation with Polnisches Institut Berlin and Rumänisches Kulturinstitut, Berlin

Thursday, 20.11.2014, 7 p.m.
Monika Szewczyk (Director Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok, Poland)
Julian Heynen (Artistic Director for special projects at Sammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany)

Thursday, 13.11.2014, 7 p.m.
Suzana Milevska (Professor for Central and South Eastern European Art Histories, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria)
Walter Seidl (Curator, Kontakt. The Art Collection of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation, Vienna, Austria)

Wenesday, 29.10.2014, 7 p.m.
Film screening and talk with Sükran Moral and Kathrin Jaumann (Curator Edith-Russ-Haus for Media Art, Oldenburg, Germany)

Saturday, 25.10.2014, 4 p.m.
Film screening and talk with Agnieszka Polska

Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 7 p.m.
Calin Dan (Director MNAC, Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, Romania)

Film screening and artist talk with Sükran Moral, Foto: Jansch

Film screening and artist talk with Sükran Moral
copyright J. Jansch

Film screening and artist talk with Agnieszka Polska, Foto: Jansch

Film screening and artist talk with Agnieszka Polska
copyright J. Jansch

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FRAGILE SENSE OF HOPE
10.10. – 23.11.2014
Art Collection Telekom at me Collectors Room, Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin
curated by Office for Art (Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher)

Artists: Mihuț Boșcu Kafchin, Danica Dakić, Stanisław Dróżdż, Petra Feriancová, Igor Grubić, Aneta Grzeszykowska, Nilbar Güreş, Petrit Halilaj, Vladimír Houdek, Šejla Kamerić, Ali Kazma, Genti Korini, Eva Kotátková, Zofia Kulik, Şükran Moral, Ciprian Mureșan, Vlad Nancă, Paul Neagu, Paulina Ołowska, Roman Ondák, Dan Perjovschi, Agnieszka Polska, Nedko Solakov, Mladen Stilinović, Nil Yalter

The first presentation of the young Art Collection of Deutsche Telekom, which has been build up since 2010 with curatarial advice from Office for Art with a strong focus on art from Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.

Catalogue published by Distanz Verlag with Essays by Yane Calovski, Dorota Monkiewicz, Joanna Mytkowska, Walter Seidl, Rainald Schumacher and Nathalie Hoyos and a preface by Hans-Christian Schwingen. (order catalogue…)

Installation View – Fragile Sense of Hope – me Collectors Room

Fragile Sense of Hope – Installation view

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Fragile Sense of Hope –Installation view – me Collectors Room

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20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary
02.10. – 05.10.2014
Vienna International Art Fair

Rainald Schumacher in conversation with
Thursday 2. October 2014 – 03:30 – 05:00 pm
Alain Servais – Collector and Communicator, Brussels, Belgium
Friday, 3 October 2014 – 03:30 – 05:00 pm
Stephan Oehmen – Collector, Hilden, Germany and Kunstsäle, Berlin
Rik Reinking – Reinking Collection, Hamburg, Germany
Saturday, 4 October 2014 – 01:30 – 03:00 pm
Venke & Rolf A. Hoff – Collectors, KaviarFactory, Oslo & Lofoten, Norway
Sunday, 5 October 2014 – 01:30 – 03:00 pm
Monika Lahrkamp – Director Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, Germany

Alain Servais at 20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary

Alain Servais (left) at 20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary,  copyright VIENNAFAIR, Alexander Murashkin

Stephan Oehmen and Rik Reinking at 20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary, copyright VIENNAFAIR Alexander Murashkin

Stephan Oehmen and Rik Reinking at 20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary, copyright VIENNAFAIR Alexander Murashkin

Venke & Rolf Hoff at 20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary, copyright VIENNAFAIR Alexander Murashkin

Venke & Rolf Hoff at 20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary, copyright VIENNAFAIR Alexander Murashkin

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Monika Lahrkamp – Director Stoschek Collection at 20 four 7,copyright VIENNAFAIR Alexander Murashkin

Rainald Schumacher at 20 four 7 – Collecting the New Contemporary, copyright VIENNAFAIR Alexander Murashkin

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INSOUL – animated video
05.09. – 28.09.2014
Ed Atkins, Nathalie Djurberg, William Kentridge, Agnieszka Polska, Andro Wekua

Lavra City Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
curated by Office for Art

A selection of works by contemporary artists, who use techniques of animation for their moving images.
Since Eadweard Muybridge (1830 – 1904) deconstructed the dramatics of motion sequences into single frozen moments with means of photography and technical inventions, like the high-speed shutter, since Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks (Ubbe Ert Iwwerks) developed sophisticated means to create the visuall illusion of movement out of single drawings and illustrations, since the digital revolution made it possibel to invent whole virtual universes and artificial world constructions, artists have been intrigued by these means, and – left them very often to the commercial world of Hollywood or Bollywood, to cinema and film distribution.
The world of the fine arts institutions, contemporary fine arts museums, galleries, and collections did not take notice for a long time. Only with the growing use and acceptance of film and video in the late 1960s, initially with the documentation of performance work, the medium of the Moving Image entered into the history of contemporay fine art and became an excellent tool for artistic expression and a normal part of international fine arts exhibitions.
During the last two decades classical, analog animation technique became available and accessible to artists without being dependent from large film studios.

William Kentridge (*1955 in Johannesburg, South Africa) creates intensive visual narratives with the manipulation of black chalk drawings and step-motion camera.

Nathalie Djurberg (*1978 in Lysekil, Sweden) brings her creatures into live by using clay-animation and comments in her work on the many psychological profoud abyss in human life.

Agnieszka Polska (*1985 in Lublin, Poland) recreates with the means of digital animation out of printed matter and illustrations her historic telling around forgotten or legendary moments in Polish history.

Ed Atkins (1982, United Kingdom) and Andro Wekua (*1977 in Sochumi, Georgia) demonstrate with their work that digital techniques and artificial, virtual story-telling are not in opposition to artistic quality and the standards in fine arts.

Ed Atkins, Even Pricks, 2013, HD video, colour, sound, 08’00”
Courtesy of the artist and Cabinet, London
On loan from Julia Stoschek Foundation e.V.

Nathalie Djurberg, It’s the Mother, 2008, video, clay animation, colour, sound, 06’00”
Courtesy of the artist and Giò Marconi, Milan
On loan from Julia Stoschek Foundation e.V.

Andro Wekua, Never Sleep with a Strawberry in your Mouth, 2010, HD video, colour, sound, 15’00”
Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York
On loan from Julia Stoschek Foundation e.V.

William Kentridge, Felix in Exile, 1994
Video projection, colour, sound, 08’43”
Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

Agnieszka Polska, The Forgetting of Proper Names, from series Three Videos with Narration, 2009, animated video, colour, sound, 03’45”
© the artist, courtesy ŻAK | BRANICKA

Agnieszka Polska, My Favourite Things, from series Three Videos with Narration, 2010, animated video, colour, sound, 05’35”
© the artist, courtesy ŻAK | BRANICKA

Agnieszka Polska, Sensitization to Colour, from series Three Videos with Narration, 2009 HD video, colour, sound, 05’02”
© the artist, courtesy ŻAK | BRANICKA

Ed Atkins – Even Pricks – video still

Ed Atkins – Even Pricks – video still

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Nathalie Djurberg – It’s the Mother – video still

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UNLOOPED KINO at Manifesta 10
28.06. – 31.10.2014
Eremitage St. Petersburg, Russia

Unlooped—Kino, a film program devised by Nathalie Hoyos and Rainald Schumacher for Manifesta 10 at the Eremitage in St. Petersburg. The program offered a unique survey of time-based media, film, and video, by contemporary artists from the early Seventies until today.

Unlooped—Kino is structured into four autonomous programs.

Fast Forward represents the Goetz Collection, Munich, as one of the leading private collections of video works since the Nineties and elaborates a strong focus on storytelling and critical views on society. Among the artists are William Kentridge, Rosemarie Trockel and Martin Brand.

Body then and now reflects the importance of the medium for body related performances and represents the strong interest of the Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, for this important theme in the art discourse since the Sixties. Among the artists are Chris Burden, Nathalie Djurberg and Ed Atkins.

New Horizons opens the perspective to the growing relevance of art scenes from the prior peripheries and the use of all technical possibilities of the medium including animation and virtual reality. It shows works from Bilge and Haro Cumbusyan Collection, Zurich, Tansa Mermerci Eksioglu Collection, Istanbul and the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection, Turin. Among the artists are Halil Altindere, Shirin Neshat and Jordan Wolfson.

The fourth program Eastern Window contrasts works by Eastern European Artists to the western perspective of the other three programs. It consists of works from the Video Forum at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Berlin and the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art Archive Collection, Moscow. Among the artists are Olga Chernysheva, Josef Robakowski, Oleg Kulik, Alexander Brener, Elena Kovylina and Anetta Mona Chisa&Lucia Tkacova.

Unlooped Kino showed over 70 Films, with English and/or Russian subtitles and was screened daily in the public admission free entrance area of the General Staff building in four individual Kino boxes during the official opening hours. (Tuesday – Sunday 10:30 – 18:00 and Wednesdays 10:30-21:00) The programs were structure by a detailed timetable.

At the Vitebsk Station, a main venue for the public program of Manifesta 10, selected films from all the four sections were screened daily from 12:00 – 24:00 at the ground floor of the waiting hall.

The unique venues for the Unlooped—KINO program have been designed by Studio Roelof Mulder & bureau Ira Koers, and have been realized with the support of the Creative Industries Fund NL.

Installtion View – General Staff Building

Installation View – General Staff Building

Installation View – Vitebsky Station

Installation View – Vitebsky Station

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RONI HORN
03.12.2012 – 31.08.2013
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
curated by Rainald Schumacher

Roni HornExhibition catalogue
Texts by Ingvild Goetz, Kirsty Bell, Christy Lange, James Lingwood, Rainald Schumacher, Aveek Sen, Roni Horn
ISBN 978-3-7757-3564-3

 

 

 

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SCHICHTWECHSEL
06.10.2012 – 22.12.2013
Nordstern Videokunstzentrum Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Sammlung Goetz / Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
Curator: Ingvild Goetz
Coordination for Goetz Collection: Rainald Schumacher and Susanne Touw

Works from the Goetz Collection by the following artists:
Francis Alÿs, Matthew Barney, Harun Farocki, William Kentridge, Jochen Kuhn, Hilary Lloyd, Aernout Mik, Anna Molska, Charles Huntley Nelson, Gabriel Orozco, Tony Oursler, Robin Rhode, Markus Selg, Rosemarie Trockel, Zhao Liang und Artur Żmijewski.

Installation View – Videokunstzentrum Nordstern

Installation View – Videokunstzentrum Nordstern

Installation View – Videokunstzentrum Nordstern

Installation View – Videokunstzentrum Nordstern

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ARTE POVERA. The Great Awakening
09.09.2012 – 03.02.2013
Boetti, Kounellis, Merz, Pistoletto from the Goetz Collection

Kunstmuseum Basel
Curator: Bernhard Mendes Bürgi
Coordination for Goetz Collection: Rainald Schumacher

Catalogue
Arte Povera
Der grosse Aufbruch
Edited by Bernhard Mendes Bürgi, Foreword by Bernhard Mendes Bürgi, Interview with Ingvild Goetz by Rainald Schumacher, Texts: Luca Cerizza, Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Angela Vettese, graphic design by sofie’s Kommunikationsdesign

Installatiion View – Kunstmuseum Basel – Image: Hansjörg Walter

Installation View – Kunstmuseum Basel – Image: Hansjörg Walter

Installatiion View – Kunstmuseum Basel – Image: Hansjörg Walter

Installation View – Kunstmuseum Basel – Image: Hansjörg Walter

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PAWEL ALTHAMER
29.05. – 06.10.2012
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
including Comon Task project Munich 26./27.05.2012
curated by Rainald Schumacher

Exhibition catalogue
Texts by Rainald Schumacher, Karol Sienkiewicz and Stach Szabłowski
ISBN 978-3-940953-54-4
Common Task

Common Task – Pawel Althamer and Brodno people.

 

 

Common Task

Common Task – Pawel Althamer and Brodno people

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MONA HATOUM
21.11.2011 – 05.04.2012
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
curated by Rainald Schumacher

Mona HatoumExhibition catalogue
Texts by Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher
ISBN 978-3-7757-3153-9

 

 

 

 

Installation view

Installation view, Image: Thomas Dashuber

 

Installation view

Installation view, Image: Thomas Dashuber

 

 

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THOMAS SCHÜTTE – BIG BUILDINGS, Models and Views 1980 – 2010
15.07. – 01.11.2010
Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn
curated by Rainald Schumacher

Exhibition catalogue, edited at Snoeck Publishing by Robert Fleck
text (German/English) by Rainald Schumacher

Model for a hotel, Construction of the exhibition, 2010 Photo: David Ertl, © Art and Exhibition Hall, Bonn 2010

Model for a Hotel, Construction of the Exhibition, 2010 Photo: David Ertl, © Art and Exhibition Hall, Bonn 2010

Thomas Schütte: 'Model for a Hotel', 2007, glas, aluminum, steel, Installation View, Bundeskunsthalle 2010, Foto: David Ertl, Köln

Thomas Schütte: ‚Model for a Hotel‘, 2007, glas, aluminum, steel, Installation View, Bundeskunsthalle 2010, Foto: David Ertl, Köln

Thomas Schütte, Installation View, Bundeskunsthalle 2010, Foto: David Ertl, Köln

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LIAM GILLICK – *One long walk… Two short piers…
01.04. – 08.10.2010
Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn
curated by Rainald Schumacher

Exhibition catalogue, edited by Robert Fleck
Texts (German/English) by Nicolas Bourriaud, Robert Fleck, Isabelle Moffat

Installation view

Installation View

Installation view

Installation View

Installation view

Installation View

Installation view

Installation View

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CURIOUS? – 21st Century Art from Private Collections
29.01. – 02.05.2010
Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn
curated by Rainald Schumacher

Works from About Change, Collection; Sammlung Boros, Berlin;  Sammlung Evergreen – Berlin; Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg; Collection Antoine de Galbert, Paris; Collection Marc et Josée Gensollen, Marseille; Sammlung Goetz, München; Sammlung Haubrok, Berlin; Sammlung KiCo, Bonn; Sammlung Paul Maenz, Berlin; Olbricht Collection, Berlin; Privatsammlung Köln, Sammlung Ellen und Michael Ringier, Zürich; Sammlung Gaby und Wilhelm Schürman, Aachen; Julia Stoschek Foundation e.V., Düsseldorf

Pierre Joseph, Le toréador mort, Performance, Image

Pierre Joseph, Le toréador mort, Performance, Courtesy Collection Marc et Josée Gensollen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibition catalogue edited by Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der  Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Texts German by Robert Fleck, Nathalie Hoyos, Susanne Kleine, Rainald Schumacher and Dorothee Wimmer

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RICHARD PRINCE
22.11.2004 – 07.05.2005
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
curated by Rainald Schumacher

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Introduction by Ingvild Goetz
Texts by Richard Prince, Ralph Rugoff, Rainald Schumacher
Exhibitions, Publications and Exhibition Checklist by Katharina Vossenkuhl
Editors: Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher

 

 

 

Installation view Richard Prince, Goetz Collection, photo Wilfried Petzi

Installation view Richard Prince, Goetz Collection, photo Wilfried Petzi

Installation view Richard Prince, Goetz Collection, photo Wilfried Petzi

Installation view Richard Prince, Goetz Collection, photo Wilfried Petzi

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JUST LOVE ME
23.08.2003 – 26.10.2003
Bergen Art Museum, Bergen, Norway
24.04. – 21.06.2004
Fries Museum Leeuwarden, Leeuwarden, Netherlands

Matthew Barney, Rineke Dijkstra, Tracey Emin, Mona Hatoum, Jonathan Horowitz, Sarah Jones, Mike Kelley, Karen Kilimnik, Sarah Lucas, Tracey Moffatt, Cady Noland, Catherine Opie, Pipilotti Rist, Daniela Rossell, Cindy Sherman, Ann-Sofi Sidén, Sam Taylor-Wood, Gillian Wearing, Sue Williams, Andrea Zittel
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Exhibition catalogue
Texts by Diana Ebster, Fritz Emslander, Mike Kelley, Jessica Morgan, Rainald Schumacher, Birgit Sonna, Katharina Sykora, Katharina Vossenkuhl, Matthias Winzen
Conversations between Matthias Winzen and Ingvild Goetz, Thomas Meinecke and Barbara Vinken
Editors: Rainald Schumacher, Matthias Winzen

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ANDREA ZITTEL
18.05. – 08.11.2003
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
curated by Rainald Schumacher

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Exhibition catalogue

Texts by Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher, Mimi Zeiger
Documentation by Rainald Schumacher/Andrea Zittel
Exhibitions, Publications and Exhibition Checklist by Katharina Vossenkuhl
Editors: Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher

 

 

 

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Installation view, photo Nic Tenwiggenhorn

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DIE WOHLTAT DER KUNST
Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany
14.11.2002 – 16.02.2003
curated by Matthias Winzen and Rainald Schumacher

Post-feminist Positions of the 1990s from the Goetz Collection
Matthew Barney, Rineke Dijkstra, Tracey Emin, Mona Hatoum, Jonathan Horowitz, Sarah Jones, Mike Kelley, Karen Kilimnik, Sarah Lucas, Tracey Moffatt, Cady Noland, Catherine Opie, Pipilotti Rist, Daniela Rossell, Cindy Sherman, Ann-Sofi Sidén, Sam Taylor-Wood, Gillian Wearing, Sue Williams, Andrea Zittel


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Texts by Diana Ebster, Fritz Emslander, Mike Kelley, Jessica Morgan, Rainald Schumacher, Birgit Sonna, Katharina Sykora, Matthias Winzen, Katharina Vossenkuhl
Conversation between Thomas Meinecke and Barbara Vinken
Editors: Rainald Schumacher, Matthias Winzen

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ROSEMARIE TROCKEL
27.05. – 26.10.2002
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
curated by Rainald Schumacher

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Introduction by Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher
Texts by Josefina Ayerza, Lynne Cooke, Rainald Schumacher, Stephan Urbaschek
Exhibitions, Publications and Exhibition Checklist by Gila Strobel
Editors: Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher

 

 

 

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MIKE KELLEY – PETER FISCHLI, DAVID WEISS
13.06.2000 – 04.11.2000
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
curated by Rainald Schumacher

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Essays by Ingvild Goetz, Bice Curiger, Patrick Frey, Boris Groys, Mike Kelley, Daniel Kothenschulte, Rainald Schumacher
Editors: Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher

 

 

 

 

 

 

Installation view, photo Nic Tenwiggenhorn

Installation view, photo Nic Tenwiggenhorn

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documenta 10: ATLAS – Gerhard Richter
21.06. – 28.09.1997
documenta 10, Fridericianum Kassel, Germany
arrangement and installation by Ulrich Wilmes and Rainald Schumacher

Atlas, installation detail

Atlas, Installation detail

 

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Dia Art Center – ATLAS – Gerhard Richter
27.04.1995 – 25.02.1996
curated by Lynne Cooke, arrangement Rainald Schumacher

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