Jana Schröder, 2018
Jana Schröder has developed a utterly independent position within her generation as well as in an international context. In columns, lines, grids, or delicately rhythmised webs she notes down the elusive movements of her hand. Single letters, at first, initials maybe, clearly marked and decipherable, yet illegible. Paperback in transparent PCV-jacket, 24 x 30 cm, 192 pages, 161 ills. German/English, Editors Christian Malycha, Inci Yilmaz ISBN978-3-903228-63-4
Carolin Eidner, 2017
The Langen Foundation is pleased to present works by Carolin Eidner (* 1984 in Berlin, lives in Düsseldorf) as part of her series of monographic exhibitions of recent artistic positions. At the center of Eidner's work, which completed her studies in Düsseldorf with Rosemarie Trockel, is the relationship between conceptual and physical aspects of objects and materials. The exhibition at the Langen Foundation will include recently created work groups of the artist and relate ground work from stacked plates of colored glass ceramics as well as wall objects from pigmented gypsum. The catalog accompanies the exhibition. ISBN 978-3-86206-648-3; EDITOR Christiane Maria Schneider, Langen Foundation, Neuss; in German & English
Corin Sworn, 2015
Corin Sworn is the fifth winner of the biennial Max Mara Art Prize for Women. This publication coincides with her installation Silent Sticks, inspired by characters and tales of mistaken identity from the Italian Commedia dell'Arte. A text by Whitechapel Gallery Eisler Curator, Daniel F. Herrmann locates this major commission academically and historically; and an interview with the artist by guest curator Bina von Stauffenberg explores the background to Sworn's working methods and practice. Paperback, 128 pages, 240 x 170 mm ISBN 978-0-85488-244-1
Alwin Lay, 2015
Enttäuschte Erwartungen und aufgeladene Gesten sind Thema des hochakkuraten Medienkünstlers Alwin Lay, der Stills und filmische Bilder entwickelt hat, die in einem White-Cube-Ambiente ertrickste Objekte oder im Realraum vermutete Geschehnisse präsentieren.
Corin Sworn, 2013
ISBN: 9780955858345 Binding: 3 x staple bound with flaps, in slipcase Pages: 3 x 16 Dimensions: 240 x 167 mm (slipcase 242 x 114 mm) A publication to accompany Scotland + Venice 2013 - an exhibition of new works by Corin Sworn, Duncan Campbell and Hayley Tompkins, three of the most consistently interesting artists working in Scotland today, presented by The Common Guild in the Palazzo Pisani (S. Marina).
Alwin Lay, 2013
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