Michaela Zimmer

Brave new artists in a brave new world for New Material: living in a new material world at A.P.T. Gallery, Mar 9 – Apr 2

6 March 2017

The New Material: living in a new material world group exhibition is on at London’s A.P.T. Gallery, opening March 9 and running to April 2.

Curated by Tyler Mallison, the show “seeks to address the shift in the ‘material world’ from the Gen-X perspective of the mid 1980s; a time of pensive self-awareness and anxiety, to our current new material world; one of 21st century post-truth Trumpist politics and Brexit Britain”.

The show will span installation, performance, sculpture and video, and feature work by international artists, including Mallison, Robert Cervera, Russell Chater, Marieke GelissenPaul KindersleyEdith KollathNika Neelova and Michaela Zimmer who will explore and navigate their experience “against the backdrop of an increasingly challenging climate for expression and artistic production.”

The exhibition is also part of the SLAM (South London Art Map) late-night programme on March 31.

See the A.P.T. Gallery website for details.**

Paul Kindersley, ‘Goodwill Ambassador’, (2016). Video still. Courtesy the artist + APT Gallery, London.
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Printage @ Frontviews, Sep 15 -18

13 September 2016

The Printage group exhibition is on at Berlin’s Frontviews, opening September 15 and running to September 18.

Taking place during Berlin Art Weekan exploration of printing as a medium, the show will feature work by Emanuel Bernstone Gabriel BraunSilke BrielFrank EickhoffAmir FattalPius FoxSpiros Hadjidjanos, Stefanie Kägi, Kathrin KösterLindsay LawsonDennis Meier, Yorgos Stamkopoulos Kate Steciw and Michaela Zimmer.

Different printing techniques and and traditional methods are at the core of the curatorial premise, bringing together artists who are invested in the relationship between making and physical materiality, and its close proximity to what the press release calls “a painterly gesture.”

Visit the Frontviews website for more details.**

Yorgos Stampkopoulos, 'Soul Remains' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy of artist + Nathalie Halgand gallery, Vienna.
Yorgos Stampkopoulos, ‘Soul Remains’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy of artist + Nathalie Halgand gallery, Vienna.

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