Mathilde ter Heijne
Hans Op de Beeck
An Exhibition on the Expanded Concept of Painting. It is divided into thematic groups such as New Media, Architecture and Spatial Experience, Narrativity, Borrowings and Subjective Appropriation, and five to ten artists are presented in each part. The sixth and concluding stage will show a selection of works by 49 artists. Works from the Goetz Collection.
Works from the Goetz Collection
Painting has long been more than only oil on canvasses. The transitions between the various artistic genres and media have become fluid. Not only the classical disciplines of architecture, sculpture and painting, but also newer media like photography, video, computer and installation art, intermix and enlarge each other’s boundaries, develop synergies and render traditional categories no longer valid.
Over the past two years the five-part exhibition cycle of the Goetz Collection in Munich "Imagination Becomes Reality" has considered the extensive influence of painting on the other arts. By means of the confrontation and contrast of works of contemporary artists, their techniques and forms of expression have become perceptible and the similarities as well as the differences of the diverse media have become clear. The exhibition is divided into thematic groups such as New Media, Architecture and Spatial Experience, Narrativity, Borrowings and Subjective Appropriation, and five to ten artists are presented in each part. The sixth and concluding stage of the exhibition at the ZKM | Museum for Contemporary Art will show a selection of works by 49 participating artists and enable comparisons of the individual parts of the cycle which have hitherto come to expression only in the respective catalogues.
Franz Ackermann, Olaf Breuning, André Butzer, James Casebere, David Claerbout, Nigel Cooke, Brice Dellsperger, Peter Doig, Inka Essenhigh, Barnaby Furnas, Julian Göthe, Wade Guyton/Kelley Walker, Eberhard Havekost, Mathilde ter Heijne, Thomas Helbig, Lothar Hempel, Barnaby Hosking, Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler, William Kentridge, Jochen Kuhn, Mark Leckey, Zilla Leutenegger, Rosilene Luduvico, Loretta Lux, Fabian Marcaccio, Ivan Morley, Frank Nitsche, Jacco Olivier, Hans Op de Beeck, Raymond Pettibon, Lari Pittman, Magnus Plessen, Michael Raedecker, Jörg Sasse, Wilhelm Sasnal, Thomas Scheibitz, Dana Schutz, Markus Selg, Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons, Thaddeus Strode, Hiroshi Sugito, Tal R, David Thorpe, Veron Urdarianu, Jeff Wall, Matthias Weischer, and Xia Xiaowan.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a sixth and concluding catalogue with essays and statements by internationally known authors (Price in the ZKM_Shop: € 19). All six volumes boxed in a slipcase, the first five together with a print in the artist’s limited edition (works by Andrè Butzer, Thomas Helbig, Markus Selg, Tal R, Veron Urdarianu), will be offered at the special price of € 350.
Based on an idea of Ingvild Goetz’s; curators: Ingvild Goetz with Stephan Urbaschek, Director of the Goetz Collection, and Gregor Jansen, Head of the ZKM | Museum for Contemporary Art.
Guided tours: Sun. 1 pm.
Opening: Fri. 02. 16., 7 pm in the ZKM_Foyer
ZKM_Center for Art and Media
Lorenzstrasse 19 Karlsruhe Germania Opening hours: Wed-Fri 10am-6pm Sat-Sun 11am-6pm Mon-Tue closed
Admission: Eur 5/3/2