NEWS 

 

 

 

30.October to 25.November 2018

Opening 28.October 11am

Markus Vater
Animationen
“Alles fliesst, nur weiss niemand wohin”

Eine Ausstellung der griffelkunst-Vereinigung Hamburg e.V.
In Zusammenarbeit mit der Stadt Otterndorf

30. Oktober bis 25. November 2018
Di und Do 15- 18 Uhr, So 10 – 12.30 Uhr

Galerie in der Stadtscheune
Sackstraße 4
21762 Otterndorf

Kulturbüro, Marktstraße 21, Tel.: 04751 919 102
Gefördert durch den Rotary Club Otterndorf – Land Hadeln

 

 

 

 

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Bild und Blick – Sehen in der Moderne
11. August 2018 bis 7. Juli 2019
Eröffnung: Fr 10. August 18, 18 Uhr

In sieben Kapiteln verfolgt die aus der Museumssammlung kuratierte Ausstellung «Bild und Blick – Sehen in der Moderne» die Herausforderungen, die das 20. Jahrhundert für den Rezipienten bereithält. Welche Rolle wird dem Betrachter zugewiesen, wenn die Leinwand nicht mehr als «ein offenes Fenster» fungiert, als die sie der bedeutende Kunsthistoriker Leon Battista Alberti im 15. Jahrhundert postulierte?

   
Pablo Picasso: Tête de femme, 1952. Öl auf Leinwand, 55 x 46,8 cm; Wilhelm-Hack-Museum. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018  
Markus Vater: Die Fremde, 2008. Acryl auf Leinwand, 200 x 150 cm; Wilhelm-Hack-Museum

 
   
Kasímir Malewitsch: Suprematistische Komposition, um 1915/16. Öl auf Leinwand, 49,5 x 44,7 x 2,1 cm; Wilhelm-Hack-Museum   Adolf Luther: Licht-Materie, 1967. Hohlspiegelobjekt, 98 x 78 x 10 cm; Wilhelm-Hack-Museum. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018  

Mehr Informationen hier

Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
Berliner Straße 23
D-67059 Ludwigshafen am Rhein
T: 0049 (0)621 504-3045
F: 0049 (0)621 504-3780
E: hackmuseum@ludwigshafen.de
W: http://www.wilhelmhack.museum


Öffnungszeiten

Di, Mi und Fr 11 - 18 Uhr
Donnerstag 11 - 20 Uhr
Sa und So 10 - 18 Uhr

 

 

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July 28/2018 – August 5/2018

Kanu Islands

Anas / Nina Laaf / Sarah Degenhardt / Christian Patruno 
Lukas Giesler / Dominic Scharfenberg / Lea Gocht
Axel Heil / Jonas Müller-Ahlheim / Jonas Rehren  
Thomas Georg Blank / Jana de Jonge / Myriam Holme
Frank Frede / Laura Gaiser / Ulla Haussmann / Willi Bucher
Markus Vater / Anand Stadtländer / greater form / Hannah Gahlert
Nikolaus Heyduck / John Isaacs / Christian Ertel / Nicole Bianchet
Olaf Quantius / Indra

 

Mornewegstraße 30, 64293 Darmstadt, Deutschland

More Informationen hier

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19. - 22. April 2018

ART COLOGNE 2018

Galerie Rupert Pfab
Halle 11.2 / Stand D-038

 

I was invited to show a wall with drawings and watercolors

 

Galerie Rupert Pfab @ Art Cologne 2018, Köln


mit Arbeiten von:
LARS BREUER
BOGOMIR ECKER
MARKUS VATER
MATTHIAS WOLLGAST

 

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29th of March 2018 - 29th of April 2018

 

NIGHTREALMS

curated by Kristian Day

Design: Pete Reynolds.....Image : Markus Vater, Almost Invisible person, Acrylic on Canvas, 90cm x 50cm,2018

 

with Hamish Pearch, Margaux Valengin, Ana Milenkovic, Rafal Topolewsky, Christopher Orr , Markus Vater

at Arusha Gallery

13A Dundas St.

Edingburgh EH3 6QG

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1th of March 2018 - 19th of April 2018

 

What You See is not What You Look at 

PV: Donnerstag, 01.03.2018, 19.00 Uhr

Vernissage
in Anwesenheit der Künstler

Begrüssung: Harald Jahnke

Einführung in die Ausstellung:
Wolfgang Neumann

Einführung in die Salonausstellung:
Günter Baumann

Donnerstag, 15.03.2018, 19.00 Uhr
Führung mit Wolfgang Neumann

Donnerstag, 05.04.2018, 19.00 Uhr
Führung mit Julia Connert

Donnerstag, 19.04.2018, 19.00 Uhr
Finnissage

 

 

 

Kunstverein Ludwigsburg
Eberhardstraße 1, im MIK
71634 Ludwigsburg
Telefon: 0 71 41 / 92 91 96
www.kunstverein-ludwigsburg.de
Öffnungszeiten:
Di – So: 11.00 – 18.00 Uhr
Do: 11.00 – 21.00 Uhr
Geschlossen: Montags und
Feiertags

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16th of November 2017 - 13th of January 2018

Sitting in a Hole that has the Shape of a Frightend Cat

PV: 15 November, 2017, 6 - 9 pm

UNION Gallery

94 TEESDALE STREET
LONDON
E2 6PU


TEL +44(0)20 7739 9119
INFO@UNIONGALLERY.COM
WWW.UNIONGALLERY.COM
OPENING HOURS
WED - SAT 12 - 6PM

 

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30th of November to 21th of December 2017

 

REMIX 2

https://www.facebook.com/events/1984659838457498/

kunstmix - Odensegade 26B - DK - 2100 København Ø - tlf.+ 45 93979764 - info@kunstmix.dk - www.kunstmix.dk

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25th of November 2017 to 14th of January 2018

NEBUKADNEZAR

with 90 Artists : among others Ottmar Hörl, Franz Erhard Walther, Thomas Rentmeister, Timm Ulrichs,

Jürgen Knubben, Paul Huxley, Katharina Mayer ,Bernd Zimme , Cordula Güdemann

 

FORUM KUNST ROTTWEIL,

Friedrichsplatz 4, D-78628 Rottweil,

Tel. 0741/20966175, E-Mail info@forumkunstrottweil.de

 

 

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2nd of September 2017

Artist selfpublishing Fair 3 at CCA Glasgow

 

8th of July 2017

Artist selfpublishing Fair 3 at ICA London

 

 

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13th of June 2017

"THE DIAMOND SEA"

at the Saatchi Gallery

curated by Kris Day

with Kaye Donachie, Gareth Cadwallader, Markus Vater,Jonathan Lux and Freya Douglas Morris

 

at Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York Square, Kings Road, London SW3 4RY

please make sure to rsvp at rsvp@kristianday.co.uk if you want to attend the opening....thank You

 

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2nd of March 2017 - 26th of April 2017

DRAWING BIENALE 2017

at the DRAWINGROOM


Unit 8 Rich Estate
46 Willow Walk
London SE1 5SF


Tel 020 7394 5657 mail@drawingroom.org.uk


Tues – Fri 11am–6pm
Sat / Sun 12 - 6pm
Until 8pm last Fri of the month
FREE ADMISSION

 

Drawing Biennial 2017 offers insights into how artists contend with a world in rapid and disorienting flux. A snapshot of contemporary drawing practices, the exhibition includes more than 200 new and recent works on paper by leading international artists of different generations.

with
Caroline Achaintre, Jonathan Allen, Phillip Allen, Edward Allington, Guy Allott, Dove Allouche, ruby onyinyechi amanze, Frank Ammerlaan, Alice Anderson, Hurvin Anderson, Catherine Anyango Grünewald, Athanasios Argianas, Michael Armitage, Art & Language, Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq, Kate Atkin, Ed Atkins, Tonico Lemos Auad, David Austen, Sam Austen, Silvia Bächli, Anna Barham, Anna Barriball, David Batchelor, Marc Bauer, Rana Begum, Kelly Best, Andrew Bick, Juliette Blightman, Kathrin Böhm, Kasper Bosmans, Andrea Bowers, Sonia Boyce, Jyll Bradley, Jessie Brennan, Koen van den Broek, James Brooks, Pavel Büchler, Katarina Burin, Jane Bustin, Nicholas Byrne, Oisin Byrne, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Varda Caivano, Matt Calderwood, Bonnie Camplin, James Capper, Lewis Chamberlain, Tom Chamberlain, Nidhal Chamekh, Alice Channer, Rob Chavasse, Paul Chiappe, Adam Chodzko, Milano Chow, Steven Claydon, Marcus Cope, Rhys Coren, Ronald Cornelissen, Michael Craig-Martin, Alice Creischer, Angela de la Cruz, Layla Curtis, Dexter Dalwood, Adam Dant, Matthew Darbyshire, Kate Davis & David Moore, Shezad Dawood, Richard Deacon, Benjamin Deakin, Nicolas Deshayes, Mark Dion, Emma Douglas, Charlie Duck, Nicola Durvasula, Howard Dyke, Marcel van Eeden, Aleana Egan, Laura Eldret, Tim Etchells, Mark Fairnington, Leo Fitzmaurice, Ed Fornieles, Richard Forster, Franziska Furter, César Gabler, Ryan Gander, Jamie George, Joy Gerrard, Margarita Gluzberg, Dryden Goodwin, Rachel Goodyear, Alexander Gorlizki, Antony Gormley, Nick Goss, Lothar Götz, Richard Grayson, Oona Grimes, Adrian Haak Jr, David Haines, Anthea Hamilton, Susie Hamilton, Andy Harper, Mona Hatoum, Eloise Hawser, Susan Hefuna, Sophie von Hellermann, Stewart Helm, Celia Hempton, Knut Henrik Henriksen, Lubaina Himid, Nicky Hirst, Karl Holmqvist, Louise Hopkins, Vlatka Horvat, Paul Hosking, Rachel Howard, Donna Huddleston, Rowena Hughes, Vanessa Jackson, Ann-Marie James, Chantal Joffe, Peter Jones, Samson Kambalu, Alan Kane, Anish Kapoor, Laurence Kavanagh, Ali Kazim, William Kentridge, Janice Kerbel, Radhika Khimji, Ian Kiaer, Tania Kovats, Ansel Krut, Michael Landy, Des Lawrence, Christopher Le Brun, Dale Lewis, Erik van Lieshout, Peter Liversidge, Anna Lucas, Anna Lytridou, Sarah Macdonald, Melanie Manchot, Peter Matthews, Anthony McCall, Jeff McMillan, Till Megerle, Julie Mehretu, Sam Messenger, Brit Meyer, Lisa Milroy, Aleksandra Mir, Helen Mirra, Robert Montgomery, Susan Morris, Matt Moser-Clark, Ryan Mosley, Jean-Luc Moulène, Michael Müller, Ciprian Muresan, David Musgrave, Timo Nasseri, Paul Noble, Isabel Nolan, Rupert Norfolk, Humphrey Ocean, Grace O'Connor, Niamh O'Malley, Julian Opie, David Osbaldeston, Laurence Owen, Hardeep Pandhal, Athena Papadopoulos, Fani Parali, Cornelia Parker, Seb Patane, Anna Paterson, Berry Patten, Eddie Peake, João Penalva, Simon Periton, Grayson Perry, Mick Peter, Ciara Phillips, Heather Phillipson, Amalia Pica, Diogo Pimentão, Yelena Popova, Kathy Prendergast, Laure Prouvost, Frank Pudney, Jorge Queiroz, Anahita Rezvani-Rad, Danny Rolph, Eva Rothschild, Anila Rubiku, Karin Ruggaber, Karen Russo, Prem Sahib, Bojan Šar?evi?, Julião Sarmento, Matt Saunders, Hiraki Sawa, Massinissa Selmani, Solveig Settemsdal, George Shaw, Raqib Shaw, Bob & Roberta Smith, John Smith, Sarah Staton, Emma Stibbon, Allyson Strafella, Corin Sworn, Emma Talbot, Caragh Thuring, Viktor Timofeev, Mark Titchner, Fred Tomaselli, Hayley Tompkins, Suzanne Treister, Troika, Gavin Turk, Alison Turnbull, Nicola Tyson, Francis Upritchard, Markus Vater, Ana Rojas Vega, Julie Verhoeven, Charlotte Verity, Jessica Voorsanger, Mark Wallinger, Roxy Walsh, Yu Chen Wang, Claudia Wieser, Alison Wilding, Rose Wylie, Maria Zahle, Ralf Ziervogel, Thomas Zummer

 

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11th of November 2016until February 2017

Particular Conditions 
Badges by international artists exhibited at Kingsgate Project Space, SUBStore in Koenji, Tokyo and Tadahon-ya, in Kyoto, Tokyo. 

with Kate Fahey,Gianluca Craca,Denise de Cordova,Sosuke Ueta,Shoko Osugi,Nguyen Thi Tue Thu,Yukiko Kishi,Koyomi Horioka,Haruna Kimura,Kei Imai,Azusa Takahashi,Rina Ohito,Shunichi Iwata,Daiichi Matsushita,Ayako Takeo,Ayako Takeo,Haruka Nakagawa,Haruka Matsumoto,Miyaco Murai,Ryo Nishimura,Sae Fujita,So Sakurai,Yuka Iyama,Wei Ni Lu,Denis Masi,Flora Parrott,Adam Gillam,Susan Johanknecht,Kate Davis & David Moore,Louise Short,Peter Lloyd ,Paul Morrison,Randy Bretzin,Eleanor Davies,Eleanor Vonne Brown,Eva Gold,Eugenie Scrase,The Grantchester Pottery,Esther Collins,Jacqui Hallum,Pauline Wood,Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard,Fernando Saiki,Simone Philippou,Mark Titchner,Mark Harris,Mel Jordan,Oona Grimes,Tony Grisoni,John Strutton,Jo Love,Bob Matthews,Nicky Coutts & Liz Murray,Gaia Persico,Kate Scrivener,Hiromi Tsuha,Finlay Taylor,Ettie Roux-Taylor,Tim O’Riley,Dick Jewell,Dan Howard-Birt,Duncan Bullen,Jo Stockham, Markus Vater,Edwin Aitken

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3rd of December

PAPER WORKS#004

Jutta Bauer . Gaby Bergmann . Larissa Bertonasco . Joseph Beuys . Jens Bonnke
Eiko Borcherding . FRANEK . Karlotta Freier . Pierre von Helden . Martin Kippenberger
Judith Mall . Till Mette . Jub Mönster . Claudia Rößger . Markus Vater . Franz Zauleck . Muriel Zoe

 

HOLTHOFF-MOKROSS Galerie . Fischers Allee 70 . 22763 Hamburg-Ottensen www.holthoff-mokross.com . galerie@holthoff-mokross.com

Ausstellung: 03. Dezember 2016 bis 31. Januar 2017 Öffnungszeiten: Do, Fr 15 –18 h, Sa 12 –16 h und nach Vereinbarung

 

 

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10th of November 2016

HOW TO FIND TRUE LOVE AND HAPPINESS IN THE PRESENT DAY
Curated by Sebastian Nebe // Co-curated by Esther Horn
BIKINI BERLIN

 


OPENING: 10.11.2016, 6 - 9 PM


ART N MORE (PAUL BOWLER & GEORG WEIßBACH) // OLAF BASTIGKEIT // TILO BAUMGÄRTEL // HENRIETTE GRAHNERT

// CHRISTIAN HEILIG // ESTHER HORN // CORINNE VON LEBUSA // ALEX LEBUS // ROSA LOY // ANDREAS MÜHE // SEBASTIAN NEBE

// RICHARD SCHÜTZ // CLAUS GEORG STABE // SEBASTIAN SPECKMANN // MARIANNE THÖRMER // MARKUS VATER

 

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From the 17th of October 2016.....

Guest professor

at the Staatliche Akademie fuer Bildende Kuenste Karlsruhe

http://www.kunstakademie-karlsruhe.de

 

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26th of October 2016 evening

ZAT

Heft fuer interdisziplinaere Kunst

.........published by Detlef Klepsch, Anne Schülke and Thyra Schmidt

Presentation at the Salon des'amateurs

Grabbeplatz
Duesseldorf

Das Heft zeigt Beiträge von Friederike Feldmann (Berlin), Piotr Zamojski (Düsseldorf), Isabelle Borges (Berlin),

Jue Löffelholz (Frankfurt am Main), Veronika Peddinghaus (Düsseldorf), Ulrike Möschel (Düsseldorf),

Markus Vater (London), Hannes Norberg (Düsseldorf) und Bernhard Cella (Wien)

http://www.zat-heft.de

published by
Detlef Klepsch, Anne Schülke and Thyra Schmidt
Luisenstrasse 25
D-40215 Düsseldorf
post@zat-heft.de
T. 0049(0)211-3830109

 

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22nd of October 2016

we are launching a new Library at Rabbits Road Institute:

a collection of books nominated by collaborators, friends and participants of our projects in Manor Park over the last 18 months.

The books are organised into categories People and Place, Making it Happen and The Future. An ongoing resource, it will be available to visitors and users of the space.

Programme:
12.30pm The Safe House: The Decline of Ideas - screening plus Q&A with Director Greta Bellamacina
2:00pm Spirit of ‘64 in 2016: Public Libraries and Emancipatory Spaces - talk with Alice Corble, Jo Norcup and The Alternative School of Economics.
2.00–4.30 pm Artist Markus Vater will create a series of new drawings to record the event
4.30–6.00 pm Drinks reception with readings from the Library - refreshments supplied by Company Drinks

Please book a free place via http://rri-library-launch.eventbrite.co.uk

 


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