The Sprengel Museum Hannover, the kestnergesellschaft and the Kunstverein Hannover together present an overview exhibition of the international, contemporary art scene in Germany under the title "Made in Germany Zwei".
The exhibition presents from 17 May to 19 August 2012 about 40 pathbreaking positions of a younger generation of international artists, who live and work in Germany. With this exhibition the three institutions of Hannover continue the successful show "Made in Germany" from the year 2007.
For "Made in Germany Zwei" the idea of "Made in Germany" was advanced by a team of curators of all three institutions: The exhibiton will be curated by all of the three institutions. Many of the artists developped new workings especially for "Made in Germany Zwei".
Klavierwellen at Instituto Tomie Ohtake (12/13/2011)
Exhibition: Os Dez Primeiros Anos
"The piano waves we hear are literally just that: while on a residency, the artist upturned a piano on a boat traveling around the canals, on which two contact microphones were attached to the soundboard and two micro omnidirectional placed between the soundboard and strings. The movement of the boat through water creates a kind of roving ambient experience of place but with no identifiable coordinates to define the locale. We are once again adrift." (David Bussel)
Dates: 13 December 2011 - 26 February 2012 Opening: 12 December 2011
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 11- 20h
Venue: Intituto Tomie Ohtake, Av Faria Lima 201 Pinheiros, São Paulo, Brazil
carlier | gebauer is happy to announce Marcellvs L.’s
second major exhibition with the gallery. In “Infinitesimal” the
Brazilian-born and Berlin-based video and sound artist presents two new
works, one of which has been produced specifically for this exhibition.
His show at carlier | gebauer will be accompanied by a programme of a
video screening, as well as by a lecture by philosopher Marcus Steinweg (March 20, 3 pm).
March - 24 April 2010 Opening: 19 March 2010 at 18h
frieze magazine - Issue 120 - January / February 2009 (01/13/2009)
Looking Back: Retrospectives
In its annual round-up frieze
asked critics and curators from around the world to choose what, and
who, they felt to be the most significant shows and artists of 2008:
artist duo João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva and the video artist
Marcellvs L. have constructed very singular artistic identities in
recent years. Given consistency and idiosyncratic qualities of their
practices, I have significant expectations for their future artistic
by Sergio Mah*
*Lisbon-based freelance curator, professor at the University of Lisbon, and the current Artistic Director of PhotoEspanã