Move: Choreographing You
Hayward Gallery Project Space, Southbank Centre, London, United Kingdom
13.10.10 - 09.01.11
Move: Choreographing You invites you to become a participant – or even a dancer – in installations and sculptures by internationally renowned visual artists and choreographers. The exhibition explores the historical and current relationship between visual arts and dance by presenting seminal works and new commissions by leading artists from the last 50 years.
Ida TURSIC & Wilfried MILLE, Centre Pompidou in the State Hermitage Museum
The Antechamber, the Nicholas Hall, the Hermitage Theater
From 5 October to 14 November 2010 the new project Centre Pompidou in the State Hermitage Museum intended to
demonstrate the variety of the Pompidou Center's forms of work with modern art will be presented in the State Hermitage within the framework of the year of France in Russia. The purpose of the project Centre Pompidou in the State Hermitage Museum is to pay special attention to the form of demonstration of modern artworks and discussion about them, which will become a continuation of a long-term interaction and mutual enrichment of Russian and French cultures. Holding the project in the primary parade halls of the Winter Palace will enable the opening of a multi-level dialog of styles and ages that is meant to become a smooth artful account on transformations of modern art.
Franz WEST - Auto-Theater
Kunsthaus, Graz, Austria
25.09.10 – 09.01.11
Cooperating with the Museum Ludwig Cologne and the MADRE Naples, Kunsthaus Graz presents a retrospective of Franz West. This exhibition involves works from a wide range of media and techniques showing the complexity and the originality of his carreer. An outside sculpture will be exhibited in the immediate environment of the Kunsthaus Graz.
There is always a cup of sea to sail in
29th Bienal de São Paulo
25.09.10 - 12.12.10
South London Gallery
October 1rst – November 28, 2010
Tatiana Trouvé’s work spans drawing, painting and sculpture, often brought together in precisely-scaled architectural installations which suggest the possibility of underlying narratives. For the SLG she creates a new installation in the main gallery incorporating three interlinking spaces interspersed with drawings and sculptural objects.
Trouvé reconfigures and modifies spaces, never completely obscuring their original form but introducing shifts in scale and detail which transform our understanding and experience of them. Taking a set of drawings in her most recent artist’s book as a point of departure, for the South London Gallery Trouvé divides the single volume of the main exhibition hall into three separate but interlinking chambers, each one offering glimpses into the next, the original architecture being altered but not completely denied.
As visitors make their way through spaces of differing dimensions and ceiling heights, components from the source drawings are gradually revealed. Carefully placed sculptural objects, drawings on canvas, burn marks made directly on walls, as well as the spaces themselves, have all been derived from the original images through various processes of transfer, from one measurement, material or surface to another. Coils of rope are fashioned from copper, bags are made of wax and suspended from copper threads and a small bronze cushion is squashed between a pillar and a wall. These and other elements suggest a complex web by which they are connected, hinting at the possibility of a hidden narrative to explain their presence as well as at the processes of mutation behind their creation.
Trouvé was winner of the prestigious Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2007, has exhibited widely internationally, including at the Venice Biennale, and had a solo show at the Centre Georges Pompidou in 2008, yet this is her first major solo show in the UK.
Matthieu Ronsse - The Spirit Moves Me
Bonner Kunstvereinn, Bonn, Germany
18.09.10 - 31.10.10
The Bonner Kunstverein will present The Spirit Moves Me, Matthieu Ronsse's first institutional single exhibition outside of Belgium, curated by Stephan Strsembski. A catalog will be published.
Katja Strunz - Canopy Curtain
Kunststation Sankt Peter Köln, GERMANY
04.09.10 - 10.10.10
In the courtyard of the Kunst-Station Sankt Peter in Cologne, a "piece of heaven" will fall down: Katja Strunz' large-scale sculptural folded works which she is known for and which are usually vertically positioned on the wall, are reinterpreted and shown as a lying down horizontal sculpture. Inside the church, an installation is presented on the gallery combining lamps, found objects and instruments which thus creates a "garden of reception".