Hyun-Sook Song was born in 1952 and grew up in a mountain village in Korea. In 1972 she travelled to West Germany and soon after that she began to draw and to paint. In doing so she often gave voice to her nostalgic memories of her beloved motherland. Over several decades she created paintings with only a handful of motifs or themes: clay pots, silk ribbons draped around posts, or woven textiles hung on a
Darren Bader’s third exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, more or less, revolves around ideas of exchange, authorship, and the boundaries of the art object. In a series of installations, videos, and texts, Bader extends his use of the found object as a literal and conceptual fulcrum – deploying it as absurdist intervention and index of mundane reality.
For the first time Galerie Max Hetzler presents such a comprehensive selection of works by André Butzer in two parallel running exhibitions. The gallery space at Bleibtreustrasse displays recent paintings from 2016 and 2017 as well as a new artist book – created in collaboration with Hans Werner Holzwarth (Holzwarth Publications). Whereas the space at Goethestrasse ofers an insight into the early work of the artist with paintings from 1999 to 2008, selected from private collections.
‘Academy of Tal R’ offers the first in-depth exploration into the artistic journey of one of the most active and productive painters of our time.
RIBOT presents Nature Calls curated by Domenico de Chirico, the first solo show in Italy by the artist Oren Pinhassi (Tel Aviv, 1985; he lives and works in New York). It consists of a selection of sculptures and installations exclusively made for this occasion during his stay in Milan.
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