Mindmaps, Traces and Layers
Galerie Smudajescheck
April, 11th – May, 15th 2024
Schwindstraße 3
80798, Munich


Zentrum für Gegegnwartskunst im Glaspalast
Sunday, January 21st, 2024, at 11:00 am
H2 - at Glaspalast 1
86153 Augsburg

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Zentrum für Gegenwartskunst im Glaspalast
July 28th, 2023 – Extended until January 28, 2024
Opening: Thursday July 27, 2023, 7.00 pm

PaintingPhotography illuminates artistic concepts at the interface between photography and painting. The blending and intertwining of both fields has long been creating transitions that are barely perceptible on the surface, and not just on a technical level. The visual portfolios of artistic image invention are increasingly dissolving categorisations according to classical standards in favour of new pictorial forms in which theoretical reflection, poetry and new associative spaces are emerging. Dissolution and expansion are equally poles that further define and develop the interplay between photographic and painterly images. Twelve artists from France, Great Britain, Israel, Germany and the USA show 'pure' and cross-media works of photography, painting and video.

with Roni Ben Porat ∙ Philipp Goldbach ∙ Monika Huber ∙ Karen Irmer ∙ Kotek ∙ Claire Laude ∙ Zoe Leonard ∙ Richard Prince ∙ Kerstin Skringer ∙ Rosemarie Trockel ∙ Troika ∙ James White 
Beim Glaspalast 1
D-86153 Augsburg
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Archiv Einsdreissig /
Archive OneThirty
One minute and thirty seconds is the average length of a news report. For over ten years, artist Monika Huber has been photographing images from news reports every day that bear witness to protest, riots, war, violence and their consequences. She saves the images digitally, prints them out and reworks them using painting and drawing. Over the years, an archive has been created that reveals a "grammar" of news images and invites us to take a critical look at crisis reporting in television news. The selection of over 100 images from the archive is accompanied by contributions that situate the OneThirty archive from an art historical, philosophical, political science and journalistic perspective.

Foreword by: Bernhart Schwenk
With contributions from: Ernst van Alphen, Mieke Bal, James W. Davis, Antje Kapust, Ute Schaeffer, Ulrich Wilmes

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Super BOOKS 4,
Haus der Kunst, Munich
Friday, November 3rd, 2023; 5.00 pm

Bernhart Schwenk, head of the contemporary art collection at the Pinakothek der Moderne, and Sabine Brantl (Haus der Kunst) will lead an artist talk with Monika Huber about the Archive OneThirty and the corresponding publication, which was published in 2023.

Prinzregentenstraße 1
D-80538 Munich
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