Hartmut Böhm in Raw Materials: Vom Baumarkt ins Museum, Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt, Germany

Raw Materials: Vom Baumarkt ins Museum, Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt, Germany

Raw Materials: Vom Baumarkt ins Museum, Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt, Germany

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Anselm Reyle, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA

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Anselm Reyle, Untitled, 2007 Mixed media on canvas, metal frame 81 x 100 inches January 28 – April 17, 2011 Anselm Reyle is a taxidermist. He breathes life into the exhausted or dormant visual motifs of Modernism and reenergizes these familiar forms to make them new. Reyle frequently utilizes clichéd modernist shapes, artificial colors, and non-traditional materials such as Mylar foil and straw bales to extend the prevailing aesthetics of painting and sculpture. In the […]

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Anselm Reyle, Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Korea

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Anselm Reyle, Untitled, 2010 Mixed media on canvas, acrylic glass 72(h) x 61(w) x 18(d) cm October 9 – November 10, 2010 Kukje Gallery is pleased to present Anselm Reyle in his first solo exhibition in Korea. Widely heralded as a new vanguard in contemporary German art, Reyle’s work explores themes of appropriation and abstraction. Setting him apart from other his contemporaries, Reyle exploits the myriad visual vocabularies that have defined 20th century art. Reyle’s work […]

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Pictures about Pictures: Discourses in Painting from Albers to Zobernig, Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna, Austria

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Poul Gernes, Zielscheibenbild / Target B, 1966-68 Opening: March 25, 2010 Curated by Renate Wiehager, “Pictures about Pictures. Discourses in Painting” – is the Daimler Art Collection’s exhibition title for the Museum Moderner Kunst in Vienna. About 130 works ranging from Classical Modernism and the post-war avant-garde via European Zero and Minimalism to international contemporary art are being presented. The exhibition is structured into thematic fields, each of which presents discursive references to historical and current […]

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Anselm Reyle: Monochrome Age, Gagosian Gallery, New York, NY

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Installation view September 17 – October 24, 2009 Gagosian Gallery announces “Monochrome Age,” Anselm Reyle’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Reyle finds inspiration in his immediate environment, from the typical socialist architecture that dominates much of the landscape of post-war Germany to the flea-market finds that signify the march of global capitalism. Conflating all manner of extant social artifact with motifs from the annals of recent art history, he imbues them with new vigor […]

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Constructivismes, Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

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  Works by Burgoyne Diller January 23 – March 6, 2009 Featuring artists Matthias Bitzer, Liz Deschenes, Burgoyne Diller, Dan Flavin, Raymond Hains, Yuichi Higashionna , Gregor Hildebrandt, Akira Kanayama, Barbara Kasten, Camilla Low, Sherrie Levine, Kasimir Malevich, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Anthony Pearson, Florian Pumhosl, R.H. Quaytman, Eileen Quinlan, Anselm Reyle, Alexander Rodchenko, Haim Steinbach, Frank Stella & Katja Strunz.

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Anselm Reyle? The New King of Kitsch, Interview by Christopher Mooney, ArtReview, December 2008

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  Anselm Reyle Untitled, 2006 Mixed media on canvas, acrylic glass 56-3/10 x 47-3/5 X 6-1/10 inches Anselm Reyle was born in Tübingen, Germany in 1970. He currently lives and works in Berlin. “While his contemporaries in Leipzig are using paint to explore the various forms of figuration that characterise their ‘school’, over in Berlin, Anselm Reyle has been doing the opposite: revisiting the pioneering abstract work of people like Otto Freundlich, Barnett Newman, Ellsworth […]

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The Complexity of the Simple, L&M Arts, New York, NY

  Installation view December 1, 2007 — January 31, 2008 L&M Arts presents The Complexity of the Simple, an exhibition of more than twenty important works by twenty artists of international renown. The show demonstrates the broad range open to a systematic abstraction viewed over nearly five decades. Artists represented include such mid-century masters as Mark Rothko, Agnes Martin, Ellsworth Kelly and Josef Albers, and also critical figures of more recent date such as Felix […]

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