Catch Klara Hobza's Animaloculomat at the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn this summer, as part of the group show INTERACTIONS. Curated by Susanne Kleine, the exhibition invites interactive play, utilising visual languages, dance, music and sound as universal forms of communication. Hobza's work, a playful hybrid between a futuristic time machine and a conventional photo booth, allows one to see through the eyes of a bat, squid, snake, jumping spider, horse and dragonfish. 30.04.–15.10.2023.
A new article on the work of Eli Cortiñas, written by Gillian Nicole Osborne for Berlin Art Link. Her work critiques assistive technologies that endorse and enforce regressive heteronormative standards of femininity, and dissects culture biases and gender tropes in Artificial Intelligence that dehumanize and disempower women.
Rachel Youn’s work is featured in a group exhibition at the Naughton Gallery at Queen's University in Belfast, one of Northern Ireland's leading contemporary art spaces. The exhibition, titled NGXX, marks the twentieth anniversary of the gallery. The show examines politics, the environment, race, sexuality, family and heritage via painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, illustration, tattoos and textiles. 13.10.22–29.01.23
Work by Rachel Youn is included in a group exhibition at The National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome, curated by Gerardo Mosquera. The exhibition takes its title, “Hot Spot”, from a work of the same name by Mona Hatoum, a large installation in iron and neon depicting environmental catastrophe. 24.10.2022–26.02.2023
As we globalise and digitise, the physical spaces in which we work adapt. Featuring work by Eli Cortiñas, Julia Höner curates a group exhibition entitled Landscapes of Labour, examining the social, political and ecological shifts that occur as our work structures evolve. 25.08.2022–08.01.2023
Kunstverein Braunschweig presents Eli Cortiñas' extensive body of work in her first institutional solo show in Germany. The exhibition, curated by Nuno de Brito Rocha and Benedikt Johannes Seerieder, brings together major works from the last 10 years and presents installations newly conceived especially for the exhibition at Villa Salve Hospes. 02.07.–02.10.2022
Paloma Proudfoot will be part of the exhibition “off the beaten rack” curated by Nantje Wilke at KIT – Kunst im Tunnel in Dusseldorf. The exhibition shows sculptures and objects which explore the possibilities of extending and imitating the human body, for example by means of prostheses, instruments or tools. 25.06.–18.09.2022
After the pandemic brought about the demise of so many cultural events, the group exhibition K60 was created to highlight the importance of collaboration and support among galleries, to unify and bolster the Berlin art scene. Launched in 2020, by the galleries alexander levy, BQ, ChertLüdde, Klemm's, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Plan B and PSM, we are delighted to participate this year for the third edition, banding together with so many wonderful galleries that make Berlin’s scene particularly strong and special! 10.09.–18.09.2022
Klara Hobza will be part of the group exhibition “Dem Wasser Folgen” at Kunsthalle Bielefeld. The exhibition with works by around fifty international artists and selected contemporary positions from the Kunsthalle's collection addresses current, cultural, political, economic and ecological aspects of water. 04.06.–16.10.2022
Grace Weaver is taking part in “How (Not) to Fit In – Metaphern der Adoleszenz”, a group show at Villa Merkel in Esslingen. The exhibition, curated by Benedikt Johannes Seerieder, brings together artistic contributions that open up intersectional perspectives on adolescence, as well as on adolescence as a metaphor, for social dynamics. 08.05.–17.07.2022
Eli Cortiñas is participating in “Existing Otherwise – The Future of Coexistence” – an Exhibition and Reschooling Programme taking place at SCCA Tamale (Savannah Centre for Contemporary Art) in Ghana. Curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen, Ibrahim Mahama and Isabel Lewis. 14.01.–30.04. 2022
We’re pleased to announce that works by Matthias Dornfeld and Klara Hobza have been acquired by The Federal Collection of Contemporary Art, Germany.
Klara Hobza is featured in Gregory Volk's online exhibition “Contact” as part of “What is Normal”, an online curatorial platform. “What is Normal” is a three-part collaboration between Radiator Gallery, New York, and Structura Gallery, Sofia. It takes place online while creating a unique curatorial platform for the exchange of ideas, presented in a series of exhibitions.
Klara Hobza and Eli Cortiñas are part of “Thinking like an Octopus, or: Tentacular Grasp”, a group exhibition curated by Julia Katharina Thiemann at the Wilhelm Hack Museum in Ludwigshafen. The exhibition takes up reflections to question the existing animal-human relationship. On view until 08.01.2022.