Martin Erik Andersen
Lone Haugaard Madsen
Amelie von Wulffen
Tjorg Douglas Beer
Sofie Bird Moller
Ronald de Bloeme
Simon Dybbroe Moller
Knut Henrik Henriksen
Maximilian Zentz Zlomovitz
Paradise Lost - Holidays In Hell: a group show. "One aspect of the 'hell' an artist has to go through today is to find a pregnant position in the jungle of all the coexisting valid disciplines of art. (...) Every artist in this exhibition should be seen in an own perspective to stay with the picture" (Saskia Draxler and Christian Nagel). 'The Berlin Box' brings together works on paper by 62 significant younger Berlin-based artists, offering an unusual insight into the current artistic production and flow in the city. The project surprises the visitor with a broad variety of techniques, methods and styles. Curated by Friederike Nymphius
Paradise Lost - Holidays In Hell
3.04.10 - 27.06.10
Curated by Saskia Draxler and Christian Nagel
Artists: Martin Erik Andersen, Monika Baer, Michael Beutler, Lutz Braun, Keren Cytter, Sven Johne, Kalin Lindena, Lone Haugaard Madsen, Christian Mayer, Cornelius Quabeck, Michael Riedel, Alexander Rischer, Hanna Schwarz, Stephanie Taylor, Jan Timme, Mirjam Thomann, Amelie von Wulffen, Heimo Zobernig.
“Paradise Lost – Holidays In Hell” is an exhibition with artists who we believe to be of meaning for the position that art takes in our time’s feeling and thinking.
“Contemporary Art” as a common expression has become a hybrid and dazzling potpourri of artistic concepts, some as “old” as painting and sculpture, others as “new” as concept art, video art, critical narration, installation... There is no current avantgarde which would claim an existence free of references and preconditions and which wouldn’t have to define itself in relation to the by now historical art forms and strategies of the 20st century. Avantgarde only exists as post-avantgarde and as such is divided in various “disciplines”.
That one concept of “art” which came up in Europe during Enlightenment and awarded what from then on was seen as “art”
with a levitating superior quality, diverged into different “arts” again – maybe at the cost of its unspeakable powers. One aspect of the “hell” an artist has to go through today is to find a pregnant position in the jungle of all the coexisting valid disciplines of art. We do not suggest a certain reading of the exhibition. There is no “curatorial concept”. Every artist in this exhibition should be seen in an own perspective – to stay with the picture - in her or his own “hell”...
Saskia Draxler and Christian Nagel
The Berlin Box
curated by Friederike Nymphius
Brings together works on paper by 62 significant younger Berlin-based artists, offering an unusual insight into the current artistic production and flow in the city. The project surprises the visitor with a broad variety of techniques, methods and styles.
Artists: Eva Berendes 1974/D, Tjorg Douglas Beer 1973/D, Sofie Bird Møller 1974/DK, Ronald de Bloeme 1971/NL, Henning Bohl 1975/D, Monica Bonvicini 1965/I, Agnieszka Brzezanska 1972/PL, Andre Butzer 1973/D, Jason Dodge 1969/USA, Simon Dybbroe Møller 1976/DK, Marte Eknæs 1978/N, Chris Evans 1967/UK, Carsten Fock 1968/D, Axel Geis 1970/D, Andreas Golinski 1979/D, Alice Guareschi 1976/I, Stefan Hablützel 1964/CH, Terry Haggerty 1970/GB, Mathew Hale 1962/UK, Sebastian Hammwöhner 1974/D, Isabell Heimerdinger 1963/D, Jeppe Hein 1974/DK, Uwe Henneken 1974/D, Knut Henrik Henriksen 1970/N, Arturo Herrera 1959/VE, Gregor Hildebrandt 1974/D, Stefan Hirsig 1966/D, Tony Just 1969/USA, Annette Kisling 1965/D, Kitty Kraus 1976/D, Alicja Kwade 1979/PL, Manuela Leinhoß 1973/D, Deborah Ligorio 1972/I, Cristian Mangione 1972/I, Bernhard Martin 1966/D, Hans-Jörg Mayer 1955/D, Paul McDevitt 1972/GB, Ryan McLaughlin 1980/USA, Birgit Megerle 1975/D, Gerold Miller 1961/D, Jonathan Monk 1969/GB, Stefan Müller 1971/D, Daniel Pflumm 1968/CH, Riccardo Previdi 1974/I, Bernd Ribbeck 1974/D, Gerwald Rockenschaub 1952/A, Kirstine Roepstorff 1972/DK, Karin Sander 1957/D, Gitte Schäfer 1972/D, Hanna Schwarz 1975/D, Marcus Sendlinger 1967/D, Markus Sixay 1970/D, Katja Strunz 1970/D, Vincent Tavenne 1961/F, Jan Timme 1971/D, Klaus-Martin Treder 1961/D, Luca Trevisani 1979/I, Patrick Tuttofuoco 1974/I, Gabriel Vormstein 1974/D, Corinne Wasmuht 1964/D, Alexander Wolff 1976/D, Maximilian Zentz Zlomovitz 1983/D
Image: Heimo Zobernig
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Reception Opening April 3rd, 2010 at 8pm
Estanyera, 2 Andratx
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 10.30 am to 7 pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 10.30 am to 4 pm. Monday closed.