Anne Imhof

Anne Imhof @ Hamburger Bahnhof, Nov 6

6 November 2015

Winner of the 2015 Preis der Nationalgalerie, Anne Imhof is presenting selected performances at Berlin’s Hamburger Bahnhof on November 6.

The Frankfurt and Paris-based artist will show a new work, ‘Forever Rage’, as part of the exhibition accompanying the Preis der Nationalgalerie award, an award given “to international artists under the age of 40 who live and work in Germany and who have opened new perspectives of art with innovative artistic approaches and impressive works.”

Imhof was recently exhibited at a solo exhibition and performance DEAL commissioned by New York’s MoMA PS1.

See the Facebook event page for details.**

Marlie Mul + Life Gallery @ Vilma Gold, Feb 13 – Mar 21

13 February 2015

London’s Vilma Gold gallery is bringing two simultaneous exhibitions to its Minerva St. space, running consecutively from February 13 to March 21.

First is Berlin-based artist Marlie Mul and her solo exhibition, Arbeidsvitaminen. As the press image for the show hints, Mul’s show will bring more of her found object-like installations, physical materials disrupted, punctured, and repurposed, and left to do a silent striking, like her sand, resin and plastic puddles, or the spilled popcorn of her ‘Poppin’ Pollock’ installation with Morag Keil.

The second exhibition is by London’s Life Gallery, titled Our House in the Middle of Your Street and featuring Vittorio Brodmann, Manuela GernedelAnn Hirsch, Anne Imhof, ​and Holly White. After the joint opening with Mul on February 13, the exhibition will host a “Taylor Swift listening party” hosted by Emily Jones and Holly White, a workshop with White on March 7, and an evening screening of artists’ videos on March 17.

See the Vilma Gold exhibition page for details. **

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Pleasure Principles Pt. 2 @ 9 rue du Plâtre, Mar 27 – 29

26 March 2014

Part two of Paul Kneale and Raphael Hefti‘s Pleasure Principles group exhibition in Paris is opening at La Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette‘s 9 rue du Plâtre space, March 27 and running to March 29.

As much focussed on the human relationships around art as it the critical dialogue, Kneale and Hefti will finish up what is a two-part exhibition and group residency conducting “idiosyncratic research while nightly hosting dinners in the foundation’s ad hoc kitchen space”.

They return on the Thursday to host a concert by Anne Imhof and a performance by Bonny Poon, as well as a an off-site sound installation by Library+ co-founder Megan Rooney in Galeries Lafayette’s retail location at Boulevard Haussmann.

There’ll be a programme of talks, performances and music, poetry readings and lectures Friday through Saturday, including new additions to the original Pleasure Principles group with live musical guests Oona ft. Alexandra (Poon, Max Brand, Anna Susanna Woof-Dwight) and Paolo Thorsen-Nagel.

Read an interview with Paul Kneale and see the Pleasure Principles website for details. **