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Catalog ›Salon Hansa: InterINTIMES_AutoPORTRAIT‹ | Lachenmann Art

Catalog ›Salon Hansa: InterINTIMES_AutoPORTRAIT‹ | Lachenmann Art

Catalog ›Salon Hansa: InterINTIMES_AutoPORTRAIT‹ | Lachenmann Art

Year: 2020

Dimensions: 24 cm x 17 cm x

Pages: 72

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Catalogue for the group exhibition ›Salon Hansa: InterINTIMES_AutoPORTRAIT‹, selected by Hansa Wißkirchen, which took place from November 29, 2019 to February 29, 2020 at the Lachenmann Art Gallery in Frankfurt. Texts by Juliane Lachenmann, Steffen Lachenmann and Hansa Wißkirchen.

selected works by Deniz Alt / Frank Bauer / Alexandra Baumgartner / Olivia Berckemeyer / Armin Boehm / Sascha Boldt / Emmanuel Bornstein / Fritz Bornstück / Anina Brisolla / Laura Bruce / Joanna Bambi Buchowska / Jonas Burgert / Pia Dehne / Annedore Dietze / Tobias Dostal / Thomas Draschan / Stefan Draschan / Björn Dressler / Andrej Dubravsky / Sylvester Engbrox / EVA & ADELE / Claus Föttinger / Tine Furler / Else Gabriel / Jay Gard / Axel Geis / Isa Genzken / Lukas Glinkowski / Lennart Grau / Philip Grözinger / Marc Gröszer / Roey Victoria Heifetz / Jeppe Hein / Samuel Henne / Gregor Hildebrandt / Stefanie Hillich / Annika Hippler / Christian Hoischen / Thaddäus Hüppi / Alexander Iskin / Klaus Jörres / Marc Jung / Daniel Kannenberg / Sven Kierst / Alexander Klenz / Timo Kloeppel / Franziska Klotz / Svenja Kreh / Michael raya / lyricism / saxony / germany / germany / germany / germany / lenz / saxony-anhalt ...

"The InterINTIME_AutoPORTRAIT is a classic theme: the self-portrait.
It is used again and again in the history of art. It leads to a personal revelation of one's self. The artists take themselves to court and reveal their view in the mirror. The "autoPortrait" could also serve or illuminate the "SEXUS_PLEXUS" - this is not the task, this was not a compulsory exercise. The task here is therefore a double task. It is not a must to reveal one's likeness, but it offers the opportunity to dare to look behind the mirror in order to reveal the "INTERNA", i.e. the internal face of the artist's psyche.

The gallery for contemporary art in a former postal sorting center had a special appeal for me. With 11 load-bearing concrete columns and 19 doors, all spread over two levels, this was one of the most difficult tasks of the last 25 years of my work as an exhibition organizer. I had to get involved with the existing architecture. With a colorful concept, I was able to convince the gallery and demonstrate an axial extension of the entrance area... The Bordeaux red extends the entrance situation and thus merges seamlessly into the gallery complex. Two separate rooms give sculptures their own space. The phosphor yellow, which was painted on the walls on the lower level, makes the pictures, photos or paper works stand out optically against the walls. A concentrated recording of the individual works is now pre-programmed and guaranteed. In order to do justice to the artists, there was only one option. All the works that were to go on the walls were hung in a line (bottom edge) and at the same height. This gave the hanging an unintentionally museum-like character.

I would especially like to thank all the participating artists who supported the "Salon Hansa" project with full energy and presence. The majority of the works come from Berlin - as do companions from satellite cities such as London, New York, Vienna, Düsseldorf and Paris.

Thanks also to the Lachenmann Art Gallery and its crew for the huge effort and their vehement discipline in actually implementing this mammoth project with 92 participating artists right up to this catalogue!" Hansa Wißkirchen

Discover the works of Sascha Boldt , Alexander Iskin , Marc Jung , Justine Otto and Angelika Platen.

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