Jesusbaby · Dec. 24, 2010
Mr Mahler and I met this year in Vienna. Not for the first time, but we’d never really talked to each other before. Over a really good Schnitzel we decided to work together on this year’s Reprodukt Christmas card. A few days later I received a few (!) sketches from Nicolas and started to scratch one of his drawings. Our publisher Dirk Rehm liked the card right from the start. The idea of combining the most minimal of his artists with the slowest must have been as intriguing to him as it was to us. A new concept for a classic message: Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Turbostaat · Oct. 11, 2010
Shirt design for Turbostaat - they’ll change it for the print though.
Geister II (The making of) · Sep. 28, 2010
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Kleine Kratzer · Sep. 14, 2010
Exhibition in Plauen from 25th of September - 31th of October, 2010
Opening and awarding of the e.o.plauen sponsorship prize: Friday, 24th of September 2010, 17:00.
Workshop “Scratching for starters” on the 30th of October from 10:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 17:00.
For further details and application please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the gallery’ s website: www.galerie.e.o.plauen.de
Ausstellung “Kleine Kratzer” in Plauen vom 25. September - 31. Oktober
e.o.plauen Förderpreisverleihung am 24. September um 17 Uhr
Workshop “Kratzen Für Anfänger” am 30. Oktober 10 - 13 Uhr und 14 - 17 Uhr von 9 - 99 Jahre.
Anmeldung unter: email@example.com
Führung durch die Ausstellung am 25. September 11 und 15 Uhr Vogtlandmuseum Plauen, Nobelstr. 9 - 13, Plauen
Öffnungszeiten: Dienstag - Sonntag, Feiertag 11 - 17 Uhr
Amor Parvi or The Love Of The Small · Mar. 3, 2010
Kunstverein Langenhagen e.V. Exhibition from 4th of March - April 25, 2010
int. Group Show Opening: Thursday, 4th of March 2010, 9 p.m.
Carl Andre (US), Marcus Behmer (GER), Ann Böttcher (SWE), Ernesto Caivano (E), Marc Camille Chaimowicz (UK), Eduardo Chillida (E), Natalie Czech (GER), Theo Ellsworth (USA), Alexander Esters (GER), Haris Epaminonda (CY), Isa Genzken (GER), Manuel Graf (GER), Hannah Hoech (GER), Martin Hoener (GER, Line Hoven (GER), Martin Kippenberger (GER), Jutta Koether (GER), Sara MacKillop (UK), Florian Meisenberg (GER), Cyril Pedrosa (F), Tom Phillips (UK), Nicolás Robbio (BR), Pietro Ruffo (I), Tomas Schmit (GER), John Stezaker (UK), Simon Thompson (UK), Timm Ulrichs (GER)
The return of the small format is a quiet but nonetheless conspicuous phenomenon. It long seemed to be an old-fashioned, picturesque curiosity, hardly capable of bearing contemporary art’s styles, methods and problematic of. But one can now increasingly find small-format works in various fields of present-day art. No previous exhibition has dealt with this transformation, and yet it poses exciting questions: What induced the return of the miniature? What are the works’ qualities and how do they relate to the few miniature statements of past decades? “Amor Parvi” describes a previously neglected field of relationships, stylistic genealogies and new questions. The interest in the clarity and structure of the small format is shown not to be a modest gesture, but rather an advancement of exacting examination, of “coming closer” and finding a very distinct art experience in this concentrated proximity. And in fact the viewer’s glance often lingers longer on such small-format works than larger works which already seem so revealing from a distance. (Oliver Tepel)