Play / Stop

10th August — 21st September 2008

PARKHAUS

Eröffnung: Samstag, 9. August 2008, 19 Uhr

Peter Josef Abels | Rolf Appelbaum | Christina Assmann | Ralf Berger | Joseph Beuys | Stefano Bonacci | Ellen Cantor | Katja Davar | Stefan Demary | Sylvie Fleury | Claus
Föttinger | Katharina Fritsch | Tobias Gerber | Gilbert & George | Eugenio Giliberti | Carsten Gliese | Jörg Paul Janka | Ute Janssen | Sven t'Jolle | Thomas Kratz | Seb Koberstädt | Christoph Korn | Gereon Krebber | Eric Lanz | Rosilene Luduvico | Takeshi Makishima | Andreas Märker | Lutz Meyer | Wilhelm Mundt | Kenzo Onoda | Jacquline Overberg | Gregor Russ | Michael Sailstorfer | Christine Schulz |
Corinna Schnitt | Alex Strehl | John Strutton | Hiroshi Sugito | Andreas Techler | Eduard Winklhofer | Jost Wischnewski | Toby Ziegler

On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, the free exhibition space PARKHAUS will be staging a comprehensive show at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf from 10th August to 21st September 2008. The PARKHAUS was founded in 1997 at a time when many “off spaces” were being established in Düsseldorf. The former garden house in the park of the Künstlerverein Malkasten has accommodated 75 exhibitions over the decades, which have established the reputation of the project space far beyond the bounds of the city.

Conceptually open and with an international thrust, the focus is on experimental works by a younger generation of artists that react specifically to the exhibition space. Since 2000, the organisers have been presenting an established artist from the international art scene once a year. They have included Gilbert & George, Sylvie Fleury, Joseph Beuys, and Palermo.

For the exhibition in the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, the PARKHAUS team Karl Heinz Rummeny and Jost Wischnewski have chosen 42 artists. They represent a broad range of artistic positions and media. Apart from works that were to be seen in the PARKHAUS in the past, like the large-format screen prints by Katharina Fritsch, the joint works by Rosilene Luduvico and Hiroshi Sugito, or sculptures by Sven t'Jolle,

John Strutton, and Jacqueline Overberg, new works are being created in situ by Stefan Demary, Michael Sailstorfer, Gereon Krebber, Claus Föttinger, Takeshi Makishima and Seb Koberstädt, Andreas Märker, Gregor Russ, Eduard Winklhofer, Jost Wischnewski and others.
Parallel at Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen:
The perception of ideas leads to new ideas
August 2 — September 28, 2008

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