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Paolo Chiasera, the art of conversation, 2012, photo credit: Attilio Maranzano, courtesy PSM, Berlin

Artists: Charles Avery, Paolo Chiasera, Dorothy Miller, Martin Pohl, Lea von Wintzigerode, Amelie von Wulffen

Opening: Friday, February 3, 2017, 7pm
Duration: February 4 – April 17, 2017
Curator: Christiane Rekade

In the last few years various artists  have stepped back to study painting in depth as an expressive means, with all the possible alternative approaches to this medium. They see in painting a possibility of emancipation from actual working conditions. Working conditions that are ever more specified by the accelerated and market driven situation in the exhibition business.

Charles Avery, Untitled (It Means It Means; Gonzalez-Torres, Ray, Riley, Watteau), 2013 (detail). Courtesy of artist and Pilar Corrias Gallery, London

The group show ‘exhibition paintings’ gathers the works of six international artists, who recognize the potential of painting in order to rethink the exhibition format, to illuminate the relationships between curator, artist and the public – and in particular  to show an alternative to the contemporary situation.

While Charles Avery, Paolo Chiasera and Martin Pohl use painting to conceive new exhibitions (or have them curated by someone else) that only take place on canvas, Dorothy Miller, Lea von Wintzingerode and Amelie von Wulffen investigate in their works the delicate mechanisms and relations between the artist and their audience. undefinedmore...

Martin Pohl, Museum der Moderne Salzburg, 2005. Privatsammlung