New Viewings: Marius Glauer, Lucia Kempkes, Maximilian Rödel, Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld / Curated by Lydia Korndörfer

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New Viewings: Marius Glauer, Lucia Kempkes, Maximilian Rödel, Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld / Curated by Lydia Korndörfer

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New Viewings: Marius Glauer, Lucia Kempkes, Maximilian Rödel, Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld / Curated by Lydia Korndörfer
Dreams and Memories, 2020. Installation, dimensions variable

The joyful photo works of Marius Glauer in “Dreams and Memories” lead us to where we’ve been or to where we want to be – may it be an Old Masters gallery, a glamorous sanatorium or a Buddhist temple surrounded by lotus flowers. Open to different readings based on divers cultural backgrounds, one can discover everything from glossy collages to dystopian robots and vanitas still lifes in his images. The works demonstrate Glauer’s fascination for sur- and interfaces. He constantly challenges flatness in it’s extreme forms, while he creates the most tactile pictures at the same time. One can immediately feel, smell and even taste his works. And just like other sweet vices, they make you wanna have more.

Dreams and Memories, 2020. Installation, dimensions variable

Marius Glauer lives and works in Berlin and Oslo. His works testify the artist’s contemporary understanding of photography and oscillate with ease between different mediums. The artist acts as painter, sculptor and photographer at the same time. Glauer’s work has been shown internationally as for example at Kunstnernes Hus (Oslo), Alexander Levy Gallery (Berlin), Villa Arson (Nice), DeSchool (Amsterdam) and Adds-Donna (Chicago). His works are represented in diverse institutional and private collections including Daimler Art Collection (Berlin/Stuttgart), Augstein Collection (Munich), Reisenthel Collection (Munich) and Donna MacMillan Collection (Palm Springs).

Marius Glauer
Blow, 2020
Digital c-print
framed 66,5 x 52 cm
Unique. 3.000 EUR excl. VAT

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Marius Glauer
Joie de Vivre, 2019
Digital c-print framed
148 x 119,5 cm
Ed. 3+1AP. 6.500 EUR excl. VAT

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Marius Glauer
Dark Blossom Margiela, 2019
Digital c-print
framed 172 x 124 cm
Ed. 3+1AP. 7.000 EUR excl. VAT

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Marius Glauer
Untitled II, 2015
Digital c-print
framed 172,5 x 125 cm
Ed. 3+2AP. 7.500 EUR excl. VAT

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To Protect Us From What we Seek, 2020. Installation, dimension variable
To Protect Us From What we Seek, 2020. Installation, dimension variable

What is it that makes us leave our cosy homes to explore the great outdoors? To sleep on the ground, climb mountains and glide down gorges? Desires one feels probably even more in these times. Lucia Kempkes focusses on the emotional and psychological effects related to the mountain scenery. Her work series “I Wish I Could Climb” and “To Protect Us From What We Seek” play on the contradictory lives of adventurers: Cozy carpets show mountain peaks. Some bring the always improving tools that humankind develops to reach the impossible and conquest nature back home: They’re woven out of paraglider fragments. In her recent drawings Kempkes goes as far as to eliminate people and human traces from the images of heroic landscapes following the travelers’ illusion of an untouched nature.

Lucia Kempkes
I wish I could climb n°1, 2018
Drawing shaved into carpet
133 x 195 cm
5.000 EUR excl. VAT

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Lucia Kempkes
I wish I could climb No. 3, 2018
Magic Eye, graphite on paper
120 x 152 cm
4.000 EUR excl. VAT

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Lucia Kempkes
I Wish I Could Climb No. 8, 2019
Graphite on paper, hand tufted rug
57 x 77 cm
2.000 EUR excl. VAT

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Lucia Kempkes
Protect Us From What We Seek No. 4, 2020
Graphite on paper
56 x 76 cm
2.000 EUR excl. VAT

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Daybreaker, 2020. Installation, dimensions variable

In times like these, we realize that the future is unpredictable. There is only one thing we can say for sure and which won’t change for the next billions of years: The sun will rise again and again, every morning, no matter what’s happening here on Earth. That’s the optimistic reading of Maximilian Rödel’s installation “Daybreaker.” But there is a dark side to it as well – the time before dawn. It’s the ruins of the gallery that appear as relicts of the night. A painting by Maximilian Rödel of his series “Fortunator” shines untouched through the empty and rough hall of concrete. The cloudy composition oscillates between a pastel light blue, rather poisonous greens and a strident yellow. It barely refers to any known natural spectacle, but whatever it might depict or prophesy – it could be the light at the end of the tunnel.

Maximilian Rödel
Pygmalions Garden VIII, 2018
Oil on canvas
210 x 180 cm
12.500 EUR incl. VAT

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Maximilian Rödel
Prehistoric Sunset a.b.III, 2019
Oil on canvas
135 x 115 cm
8.000 EUR incl. VAT

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Maximilian Rödel
Fortunator IV, 2019
Oil on canvas
180 x 160 cm
11.500 EUR incl. VAT

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Maximilian Rödel
Windswept Wall II, 2018
Oil / spraypaint on canvas
270 x 225 cm
16.000 EUR incl. VAT

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Universal Cleaner (Sanitizer), 2020. Installation, dimensions variable

Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld’s installation “Universal Cleaner (Sanitizer)” represents a gate between the physical and the mental, the real and the imaginary, the analogue and the digital world. It reminds us of one thing: Even when our movements are restricted, the mind can go everywhere. The installation is conceived as continuation of the work series “Universal Cleaner (Detergent)” from 2015. Schönfeld symbolically played on the extinction of technology and humanity. She poured liquid detergent on screens – the most feared technological threat – and photographed the results. Now, she repeats this gesture with a liquid that determines our current reality: hand sanitizer. A winding sculpture on a hypnotic floor becomes a metaphor for the ongoing cleaning processes we witness around the world at the moment: the unveiling of installed, but insufficient economic, political and societal structures – not to speak of our mind-body or body-screen constitution.

Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld
All You Can Feel, Speed & Magic/ Maps, 2013
Liquified Amphetamin and Mephedrone on photo negative, enlarged as C-Print, white wooden frame
framed 125 x 150 cm
Ed. 5+2AP. 5.200 EUR excl. VAT

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Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld
Scores Of Wishes 1, 2019
Eyelashes mounted on paper: (Saâdane Afif), (Daniel Gustav Cramer), (Natalie Czech), (Thomas Geiger), (David Horvitz), (Adrien Missika), (Louis-Philippe Scoufaras), (Mandla Reuter)
framed 32 x 44 cm
Unique. 4.000 EUR excl. VAT

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Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld
Universal Cleaner (Rainbow), 2015
Inkjet print
Ed. 3+2AP. 1.600 EUR excl. VAT

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Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld
Shamans Travel Equipment / Coat 8, 2017
UV print on cowhide
77,5 x 210 cm
5.500 EUR excl. VAT

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