Tauba Auerbach

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Wiener Staatsoper und museum in progress
Präsentation des Eisernen Vorhangs 2016/17
von Tauba Auerbach
Pressekonferenz / Teesalon der Wiener Staatsoper.
Mittwoch,  30. November 2016 | 11 Uhr
Podium:
Dominique Meyer, Wiener Staatsoper
Tauba Auerbach, Künstlerin
Kaspar Mühlemann Hartl, museum in progress
Moritz Stipsicz, Phileas
Wiener Staatsoper, Opernring 2
Eingang Herbert von Karajan Platz, 1010 Wien

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Eiserner Vorhang + Simulation  Tauba Auerbach: A Flexible Fabric of Inflexible Parts III, Eiserner Vorhang, Wiener Staatsoper, 2016/2017, © museum in progress (www.mip.at)

Wiener Staatsoper  
Tauba Auerbach, Eiserner Vorhang 2016/2017,
Eröffnung:  30. November 2016
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Dominique Meyer und Tauba Auerbach vor dem Kunstwerk ”A Flexible Fabric of Inflexible Parts III” / Bild: (c) APA/HANS KLAUS TECHT (HANS KLAUS TECHT)

EISERNER VORHANG

Durch die Ausstellungsreihe Eiserner Vorhang – von museum in progress (www.mip.at) konzipiert und seit 1998 in Kooperation mit der Wiener Staatsoper und der Bundestheater-Holding realisiert – wird der an sich statische Eiserne Vorhang (176 m2) jeweils für einen festgelegten Zeitraum einer Spielzeit in einen dynamischen Ausstellungsraum zeitgenössischer Kunst verwandelt. Eine international renommierte Jury steht für die Auswahl der hochkarätigen KünstlerInnen, deren Arbeiten jeweils für eine Spielzeit präsent sind.

 

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Die Wiener Staatsoper und museum in progress präsentieren anlässlich von Tauba Auerbachs Gestaltung des Eisernen Vorhangs 2016/2017 eine Sonderedition der Künstlerin. Es handelt sich um eine Hängeskulptur mit dem Titel „Helix Latch“, die motivisch auf Auerbachs Werk für die Oper Bezug nimmt. Die Skulptur wurde mit
einem 3D-Drucker in einer Auflage von nur 15 Stück produziert. Kunst- und Opernfreunde leisten durch den Erwerb dieser limitierten Edition einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Fortsetzun der Ausstellungsreihe in der Wiener Staatsoper.

Die Ausstellungsreihe „Eiserner Vorhang

ist ein Projekt des museum in progress in Kooperation mit der Wiener Staatsoper und der Bundestheater-Holding, 2016 ermöglicht durch Phileas – A Fund for Contemporary Art in Partnerschaft mit der Legero Schuhfabrik | con-tempus.eu.

Tauba Auerbach
Lebt und arbeitet in New York.

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Tauba Auerbach wurde 1981 in San Francisco geboren. Ihr vielseitiges Werk umfasst die Bereiche Malerei, Fotografie, Skulptur und Performance. Bekannt ist die Künstlerin insbesondere für ihre Werke, die Themen und Techniken der Pop-Art aufgreifen und weiterentwickeln. Die 35-jährige Tauba Auerbach zählt zu den renommiertesten zeitgenössischen Künstler/innen ihrer Generation: In den letzten zehn Jahren wurden ihre Werke insgesamt in mehr als 100 Ausstellungen gezeigt.
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Große Einzelausstellungen fanden unter anderem im Institute of Contemporary Arts in London (2014), im Wiels Contemporary Arts Center in Brüssel (2013), in der Malmö Konsthall (2012) und in der Bergen Kunsthall (2011) statt. Auberbachs Werke wurden außerdem beispielsweise im Astrup Fearnley Museet in Oslo (2015), im Museum of Modern Art in New York (2013), in der Tate St. Ives (2011), an der Whitney Biennial (2010) und im New Museum (2009) in New York präsentiert.
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Großzügig unterstützt wird der Eiserne Vorhang 2016/2017 von dem in Wien ansässigen philanthropischen Verein Phileas – A Fund for Contemporary Art

 in Partnerschaft mit der in Graz ansässigen Legero Schuhfabrik und ihrer zeitgenössischen Kunstplattform con-tempus.eu

 

 

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Tel Aviv Museum Nov-Dec

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Marcus B. Mizne Gallery,
Yair Garbuz: I am Painters
The 2015 Rappaport Prize for an Established Israeli Artist
OPENING:
Wednesday 30 November 2016
CURATOR: Ellen Ginton
Exhibition: 30 November 2016- 06 May 2017
Marc Rich and Gabrielle Rich Wing Main Building
27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd
Tel Aviv, Zip code: 61332012 ISRAEL
Untitled, 2014 Courtesy of the artist and Gordon Gallery
 
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Yair Garbuz’ third solo exhibition at the Museum (1973, 1983) features works
from the past five years. Once again his paintings turn out to be a comical,
at times grotesque theatrical show, maybe even a circus or a carnival. Their humor is twofold: both visual and linguistic.
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More than ever, these new paintings display the artist’s virtuosity and his ease with the Hebrew language and painting styles alike.
 
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Yair Garbuz’ third solo exhibition at the Museum features works from the past five years.
 
 
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Shai Yehezkelli
In Praise of Avalanche
The 2015 Rappaport Prize for a Young Israeli Artist
OPENING:
Wednesday 30 November 2016
CURATOR: Anat Danon Sivan
Exhibition:
30 November 2016 – 25 March 2017
Mizne-Blumental Gallery Marc Rich and
Gabrielle Rich Wing Main Building
27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd
Tel Aviv, Zip code: 61332012 ISRAEL
 
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Kad and Hamsa Painting, 2015
 
The exhibition features contemporary, Israeli, Mediterranean paintings that shift between the abstract and the figurative…
 
The exhibition features contemporary, Israeli, Mediterranean paintings that shift between the abstract and the figurative, the comic and the tragic, the political and the theological. Shai Yehezkelli constructs a rich, complex set of symbols based on religious signifiers, with a mixture of medieval Christian visual terminology and ram horns (shofarot) hovering over the Al-Aqsa mosque providing a background to the portrait of the artist, presented as ridiculous, weak and neurotic.
 
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The exhibition and the catalogue were made possible
thanks to the Bruce & Ruth Rappaport Foundation
The catalogue was produced with the support of the Israel
Lottery Council for Culture & Arts
 
 
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Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Art School
Hamidrasha Faculty of Arts at Seventy
Group show
Thursday 01 December 2016
Curator: Avi Lubin
1.12.16 – 31.12.16
Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art
27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd
Tel Aviv, Zip code: 61332012 ISRAEL
 
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Anisa Ashkar
Art School
Hamidrasha Faculty of Arts at Seventy
 
The exhibition marks 70 years since the establishment of Hamidrasha Faculty of Arts and runs an “art school” at the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art for one month. This is an attempt to rethink the role and significance of an art school (and museum) in the early 21st century, using installations, performances, activities and meetings; all participating artists are teachers and alumni of Hamidrasha.
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Ben Hagari
Participating artists:
Orit Adar Bechar, Einat Amir, Boaz Arad, Anisa Ashkar, Deganit Berest, Ofri Cnaani,
Ohad Fishof, Alma Fogiel, Alona Friedberg, Efrat Galnoor, Yair Garbuz, Gideon Gechtman, Noa Gross, Keren Gueller, Jonathan Gold, Ben Hagari, Raafat Hattab, Michal Heiman,
Gabi Klasmer, Angela Klein, Omer Krieger, Roy Menachem Markovich, Michal Naaman,
Uri Noam, Tom Pnini, Hillel Roman, Roee Rosen, Miri Segal, Dina Shenhav, Lior Shvil, Shahar Yahalom, Dor Zlekha Levy
 
 
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Dor Zlekha Levy
The exhibition is held in collaboration with Hamidrasha Faculty of Arts,
Beit Berl College; sponsored by The Jacob and Malka Goldfarb Charitable
Foundation; with the assistance of Peilim Investment Portfolio Management;
and supported by
Adv. Tal Band, Prof. Yosef and Geulah Gorny and Stefanie Seltzer
 

http://www.tamuseum.org.il/exhibition-category/upcoming-exhibitions

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Weihnachtsausstellung

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KRINZINGER PROJEKTE
Weihnachtsausstellung
Soft-Opening mit Punsch und Keksen
Donnerstag, 1. Dezember 2016 | 17 Uhr
Schottenfeldgasse 45, 1070 Wien
CEO: Dr Ursula Krinzinger
 
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Offsetdruck auf Karton, 42 x 56 cm

 

 
Atelier Van Lieshout, Gottfried Bechtold, Günter Brus,
Thean Chie Chan, Christian Eisenberger, Bruno Gironcoli,
Franz Graf, Markus Hanakam & Roswitha Schuller, Vladimir Houdek,
Martha Jungwirth, Patricia Kaliczka, Zenita Komad,
Vikenti Komitski, Angelika Krinzinger, Ulrike Lienbacher,
Erik van Lieshout, Rosmarie Lukasser, William Mackrell,
Otto Muehl, Nicolas H. Muller, Hermann Nitsch, Oswald Oberhuber,
Bernd Oppl, Janne Räisänen, Werner Reiterer,
Linus Riepler, Anja Ronacher, Eva Schlegel,
Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Christian Schwarzwald, Daniel Spoerri,
Jannis Varelas, Martin Walde, Andreas Werner

 

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Winter Salon

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Instant-edition Raum für aktuelle Editionen
WINTER SALON
Eröffnung / Opening:
Mittwoch, 7.12.2016 | 18 – 22 Uhr
Ausstellung / Exhibition:
9.12 – 23.12.2016 | Freitag 15 –19 Uhr
Samstag 13 –17 Uhr
Gumpendorferstraße 55/5 1060 Wien
 
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Das C/O VIENNA MAGAZINE TEAM und Chefredakteurin ANTJE MAYER-SALVI,
LORENZ ESTERMANN, Gründer des neuen Artspace INSTANT-EDITION.
RAUM FÜR AKTUELLE EDITIONEN und NELA EGGENBERGER, Chefredakteurin von EIKON laden zum gemeinsamen WINTER SALON.
Am 7.12., ab 18.00 (Donnerstag ist Feiertag!) gibt es Drinks, Kunst & Kulinarisches im neuen Art Space INSTANT-EDITION – RAUM FÜR AKTUELLE EDITIONEN in der Gumpendorferstraße im 6. Bezirk. Für gut klingendes Vinyl sorgt C/O Vienna Autor WERNER STURMBERGER. Die Künsterlinnen werden größtenteils anwesend sein.
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KünstlerInnen:
Alexandra Baumgartner, Kirsten Borchert, Daniele Buetti, Jan De Cock,
Stefan Draschan, Thomas Draschan, Peter Dressler, Gottfried Ecker,
Gregor Ecker, Lorenz Estermann, Rupprecht Geiger, Elisabeth Grübl,
Manfred Grübl, HANAKAM & SCHULLER, Lukas M. Hüller, Anna Jermolaewa,
Hildegard Joos, Jürgen Klauke, Ronald Kodritsch, Zenita Komad, Moussa Kone,
Marlen Letetzki, Edgar Lissel, Franziska Maderthaner, Alois Mosbacher,
Gregor Neuerer, Hermann J. Painitz, Manfred Peckl, Lukas Pusch,
Thomas Reinhold, Martin Schnur, Elisabeth Schreiberhuber,
Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Christian Schwarzwald, Elfie Semotan,
Deborah Sengl, Patrick Schmierer, STATION ROSE, Esther Stocker,
Beat Streuli, Ingeborg Strobl, Ekkehard Tischendorf, Walter Vopava,
Jan Voss, Nives Widauer, Erwin Wurm
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alle Leserinnen und Leser, alle Freunde und Bekannten herzlich einladen!
bei gemütlicher Salon-Atmosphäre mit Musik, Kulinarischem und Drinks auf den Advent einstimmen. Auch zahlreiche Künstlerinnen und Künstler werden mit uns feiern.
 
Im Rahmen der Ausstellung können Werke der Edition EIKON sowie von
instant-edition zu günstigen Preisen erstanden werden.



 

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David Reed

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Pérez Art Museum Miami
David Reed
Vice and Reflection – An Old Painting,
New Paintings and Animations
November 29, 2016–February 26, 2017
1103 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, Florida 33132 USA

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David Reed, Color Study #39, 2016. Courtesy the artist; Peter Blum Gallery, New York; Häusler Contemporary Munich/Zurich.

Opening during Art Basel Miami Beach, PAMM will present David Reed: Vice and Reflection – An Old Painting, New Paintings and Animations. The New York-based artist’s paintings feature large brushstrokes and diverse paint placements in vibrant color configurations. His gestural marks are often shown partially fragmented, as if the brushstrokes are elements of collage that have been cut and placed in disjunctive ways. Reed has experimented with methods of painterly abstraction for more than five decades, pushing and expanding material limits, forms, and references. Since the 1970s, his works have drawn upon and critiqued the legacies of Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, and Conceptual art, while continually responding to new forms of image making taken from cinema, television, and digital media.

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David Reed. Still Frame. Pilot episode Miami Vice 1984: Reflection, 2016. Silent video, 59 second loop. Courtesy the artist; Peter Blum Gallery, New York; Häusler Contemporary Munich/Zurich.Blue and Black swirls of paint

His current project offers a fresh look at the artist’s complex and layered process. For the museum he is creating a new series of works inspired by a painting he created in 1984-1985, titled #212(Vice). This painting presents highly saturated blues and yellows that were drawn from similarly strong colors used in the 1980s TV series Miami Vice. Reed has made a “remake” of this earlier painting in the form of four new large-scale paintings, which play with the scale and proportions of the architecture of the museum gallery in which they are exhibited. He is also presenting two televisions in the space, the first showing a scene from the original TV pilot of Miami Vice, into which he will have digitally inserted the painting #212 and the second with the new paintings reflected in Michael Mann’s 2006 film remake of the series. The exhibition will also include his meticulous Working Drawings and Color Studies that document his process of working on the large new paintings.

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David Reed: Vice and Reflection – An Old Painting, New Paintings and Animations is organized by Pérez Art Museum Miami Chief Curator Tobias Ostrander and is presented by Scotia Wealth Management with additional support from Unscripted Bal Harbour.

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LATE GENERATION

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LATE AT TATE BRITAIN
GENERATION
Friday 2 December 2016 | 18–22 pm
Generation is curated by Tate Collective London
Millbank London SW1P 4RG

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Image Credit: British School 17th century, The Cholmondeley Ladies c.1600-10, Oil paint on wood, 886 x 1723 mm.Tate.

EXPLORE FAMILY AND BELONGING THIS DECEMBER WITH

LATE AT TATE BRITAIN: GENERATION

Late at Tate Britain: Generation will take inspiration from a prominent 17th-century British painting entitled The Cholmondeley Ladies (c. 1600-10), which is currently on display at Tate Britain. Tate Collective London have taken this painting as a creative starting point, pulling together a mix of musicians and artists to explore the themes of family and belonging.

According to the inscription, the painting shows ‘Two Ladies of the Cholmondeley Family, Who were born the same day, Married the same day, And brought to Bed [gave birth] the same day’. Identical at a quick glance, the lace, jewellery and the eye colour of both ladies and infants are in fact subtly different.

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The evening will be the final event in this year’s series and will include live music and DJs from a range of backgrounds. KOKOROKO, a young Afrobeat Collective founded in 2014 which combines West African and Inner London influences, will perform soulful, horn-fuelled sound. Musician, Producer and Dalston’s NTS Radio DJ Miles Romans-Hopcroft aka Wu-Lu, will also fill the galleries with contemporary and vintage music.

Curator Nicole Crentsil will lead a panel discussion, discussing a variety of themes such as social mobility and the extent to which technology and digital platforms can influence change.

Visitors will also be invited to take part in a photo sharing session run by online educational archive, Black in the Day. Large scale projections of Black in the Day’s archive, curated by Tate Collective, will also be displayed as part of an exclusive event for Late at Tate Britain. A selection of South London artist Nadine Ijewere’s photography series entitled ‘Same//Difference’ will also be on display, addressing concerns of a generation of young women of interracial or multi-heritage backgrounds lacking representation in fashion and art.

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A live experimental theatre performance, co-produced with Tate Collective, will also explore notions of belonging and community. It will take a humorous slant on the painting to invite visitors to think afresh and further encourage a creative dialogue. Circuit’s new ambassador, the fashion designer and stylist Daniel Lismore, will also attend the event.

Late at Tate Britain is curated exclusively by 18-25 year olds from Tate Collective London, who produce a range of free events and festivals for young people to experiment, create and innovate through art and ideas. Late at Tate Britain is part of the Circuitprogramme, led by Tate and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Circuit is a national programme that engages young people in the arts with a focus on encouraging those with least access to galleries and museums.

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Mark Miller, Circuit Programme National Lead said: “For the final event in the 2016 series Late at Tate Britain: Generation, young people on the Circuit programme are working with artists and musicians to bring this iconic British painting of two Tudor ladies to life again, through examining similar notions of family and belonging that influenced the artist who painted the work 400 years ago. Through creative thinking and discussion, we hope the event will encourage young people to explore what family means to them.”

Late at Tate Britain is a free, drop-in event, aimed at an 18+ audience. Spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Special offer: 50% off current exhibition tickets for under 25’s on production of valid I.D (last entry 21.00).

About Circuit

Circuit is a four year national programme connecting 15–25 year olds to the arts in galleries and museums working in partnership with the youth and cultural sector. Led by Tate and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, it provides opportunities for young people to steer their own learning and create cultural activity across art disciplines. Circuit involves Tate Modern and Tate Britain; Tate Liverpool; Tate St Ives and partners from the Plus Tate network: Firstsite, Colchester; MOSTYN, Llandudno; Nottingham Contemporary; The Whitworth, Manchester; and Wysing Arts Centre and Kettleʼs Yard, Cambridgeshire. https://circuit.tate.org.uk/

About Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Paul Hamlyn Foundation was established in 1987 by the publisher and philanthropist Paul Hamlyn (1926-2001). Today it is one of the largest independent grant-making foundations in the UK. The Foundation’s mission is to help people overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity, so that they can realise their potential and enjoy fulfilling and creative lives. It has a particular interest in supporting young people and a strong belief in the importance of the arts. @phf_uk www.phf.org.uk

About Late at Tate

Late at Tate is a programme of after-hours events for young and diverse audiences held at Tate Britain. The programme takes inspiration from the Tate Collection and has featured music, film, fashion and live performance. Late at Tate is a part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation. #LateAtTate

www.tate.org.uk/late-tate-britain

About Tate Collective

Tate Collective London plan and develop events for other young people aged 15 – 25 years to create, experiment and engage with the Tate Collection at Tate Britain and Tate Modern. Tate Collective London is a part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

@TateCollectives for Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.com/TateCollectives.

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