Schaf und Ruder / Wool and Water

Astrid Klein
Installation view “Schaf und Ruder / Wool and Water”, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 2016
Photo: Katja Illner

This exhibition brings together artists under various aspects of the relationship between space and pictures, the perspective of multiverse reflections, doublings, or reflections and references. With sculpture as its starting point, it opens up questions between radical geometric abstraction in the work of Lili Dujourie, conceptual investigations in the work of Isa Genzken, or a political attitude and political space in the work of Astrid Klein. In this regard, the question of the materiality of objects and their unclear functionalization plays an important role. In the doubling of the world behind the mirror lies the very concrete frame of reference for our questions about the real in the everyday lack of understanding of things and their value. Thus, exploring values and correlations is central to the exhibition both as a question and an answer in space. The work Mirror (1981) by Gerhard Richter at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf is yet another reference point. 



A group exhibition with Lili Dujourie, Isa Genzken, Astrid Klein, Mischa Kuball, Aron Mehzion, Reinhard Mucha, Sturtevant, Rosemarie Trockel.

Bilder

Aron MehzionA I A’ (Detail), 2016Courtesy Galerie Daniel Marzona, Berlin

Aron Mehzion
A I A’ (Detail), 2016
Courtesy Galerie Daniel Marzona, Berlin

Aron MehzionInstallation view “Schaf und Ruder / Wool and Water”, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 2016Photo: Katja Illner

Aron Mehzion
Installation view “Schaf und Ruder / Wool and Water”, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 2016
Photo: Katja Illner

Astrid KleinUntitled (Wie kommt die Zeit ins Hirn), 1998Courtesy Sprüth Magers Berlin/LondonPhoto: Katja Illner

Astrid Klein
Untitled (Wie kommt die Zeit ins Hirn), 1998
Courtesy Sprüth Magers Berlin/London
Photo: Katja Illner

Astrid KleinFly Catcher III, 1987-91Courtesy Sprüth MagersPhoto: Katja Illner

Astrid Klein
Fly Catcher III, 1987-91
Courtesy Sprüth Magers
Photo: Katja Illner

Lili DujouriePortret, 1985Courtesy Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Brüssel

Lili Dujourie
Portret, 1985
Courtesy Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Brüssel

Elaine SturtevantDuchamp – Rêlache, 1967Photography43 × 35 cmCourtesy Galerie Hans Mayer

Elaine Sturtevant
Duchamp – Rêlache, 1967
Photography
43 × 35 cm
Courtesy Galerie Hans Mayer