#rahelrosenthal medias

@Regrann from @rahelrosenthal: Franz Erhard Walther #franzerhardwalther #rahelrosenthal
@Regrann from @rahelrosenthal: Franz Erhard Walther #franzerhardwalther #rahelrosenthal
3011/17/2017 06:33 AM
Ken Price #kenprice #rahelrosenthal
151611/13/2017 23:57 PM
Olaf Holzapfel (b. 1969, Dresden, Germany) creates images, photographs, and sculptures that draw from a range of influences—regional craft traditions, unusual materials, and sequential art-making processes, to name a few. Regarding the latter, two of Holzapfel’s most recognizable series involved successive methods of production.The surprising beauty of these works lies in their simultaneousness. They are made in nature, with the help of nature. However, the question of their origin, be it Bauhaus design, digital layouts, or in the traditional techniques employed remains unclear. By taking traditional craft seriously, and by revealing the flexibility of old ways of making and their similarity to very recent, even virtual models of organization, Holzapfel’s works point to how things became what they are, and how they keep evolving. #olafholzapfel #rahelrosenthal
Olaf Holzapfel (b. 1969, Dresden, Germany) creates images, photographs, and sculptures that draw from a range of influences—regional craft traditions, unusual materials, and sequential art-making processes, to name a few. Regarding the latter, two of Holzapfel’s most recognizable series involved successive methods of production.The surprising beauty of these works lies in their simultaneousness. They are made in nature, with the help of nature. However, the question of their origin, be it Bauhaus design, digital layouts, or in the traditional techniques employed remains unclear. By taking traditional craft seriously, and by revealing the flexibility of old ways of making and their similarity to very recent, even virtual models of organization, Holzapfel’s works point to how things became what they are, and how they keep evolving. #olafholzapfel #rahelrosenthal
170411/12/2017 14:40 PM
Olaf Holzapfel (b. 1969, Dresden, Germany) creates images, photographs, and sculptures that draw from a range of influences—regional craft traditions, unusual materials, and sequential art-making processes, to name a few. Regarding the latter, two of Holzapfel’s most recognizable series involved successive methods of production.The surprising beauty of these works lies in their simultaneousness. They are made in nature, with the help of nature. However, the question of their origin, be it Bauhaus design, digital layouts, or in the traditional techniques employed remains unclear. By taking traditional craft seriously, and by revealing the flexibility of old ways of making and their similarity to very recent, even virtual models of organization, Holzapfel’s works point to how things became what they are, and how they keep evolving. #olafholzapfel #rahelrosenthal
Olaf Holzapfel (b. 1969, Dresden, Germany) creates images, photographs, and sculptures that draw from a range of influences—regional craft traditions, unusual materials, and sequential art-making processes, to name a few. Regarding the latter, two of Holzapfel’s most recognizable series involved successive methods of production.The surprising beauty of these works lies in their simultaneousness. They are made in nature, with the help of nature. However, the question of their origin, be it Bauhaus design, digital layouts, or in the traditional techniques employed remains unclear. By taking traditional craft seriously, and by revealing the flexibility of old ways of making and their similarity to very recent, even virtual models of organization, Holzapfel’s works point to how things became what they are, and how they keep evolving. #olafholzapfel #rahelrosenthal
95311/12/2017 10:15 AM
Olaf Holzapfel (b. 1969, Dresden, Germany) creates images, photographs, and sculptures that draw from a range of influences—regional craft traditions, unusual materials, and sequential art-making processes, to name a few. Regarding the latter, two of Holzapfel’s most recognizable series involved successive methods of production.The surprising beauty of these works lies in their simultaneousness. They are made in nature, with the help of nature. However, the question of their origin, be it Bauhaus design, digital layouts, or in the traditional techniques employed remains unclear. By taking traditional craft seriously, and by revealing the flexibility of old ways of making and their similarity to very recent, even virtual models of organization, Holzapfel’s works point to how things became what they are, and how they keep evolving. #olafholzapfel #rahelrosenthal
Olaf Holzapfel (b. 1969, Dresden, Germany) creates images, photographs, and sculptures that draw from a range of influences—regional craft traditions, unusual materials, and sequential art-making processes, to name a few. Regarding the latter, two of Holzapfel’s most recognizable series involved successive methods of production.The surprising beauty of these works lies in their simultaneousness. They are made in nature, with the help of nature. However, the question of their origin, be it Bauhaus design, digital layouts, or in the traditional techniques employed remains unclear. By taking traditional craft seriously, and by revealing the flexibility of old ways of making and their similarity to very recent, even virtual models of organization, Holzapfel’s works point to how things became what they are, and how they keep evolving. #olafholzapfel #rahelrosenthal
69211/11/2017 09:01 AM
Eric N. Mack #ericnmack #rahelrosenthal
162411/08/2017 20:55 PM
Jeff Elrod #jeffelrod #rahelrosenthal
126211/08/2017 18:45 PM
Koshi Ito #rahelrosenthal
Koshi Ito #rahelrosenthal
140910/26/2017 09:59 AM
Do Ho Suh
#dohosuh #rahelrosenthal #friezelondon
178310/22/2017 15:58 PM
Rhys Coren (b. 1983, Plymouth, UK) works were inspired by trapped moments, embellished through detail, colour and texture. Frozen frames that try to maintain a real-­time rhythm. Every line and space (and negative space) becomes equal; cut, treated and assembled. These are pictures of pleasure, from pleasure, fuelled by music and the written word. @rhyscoren #RhysCoren #rahelrosenthal
Rhys Coren (b. 1983, Plymouth, UK) works were inspired by trapped moments, embellished through detail, colour and texture. Frozen frames that try to maintain a real-­time rhythm. Every line and space (and negative space) becomes equal; cut, treated and assembled. These are pictures of pleasure, from pleasure, fuelled by music and the written word. @rhyscoren #RhysCoren #rahelrosenthal
105110/18/2017 20:38 PM
Matt Connors #mattconnors #rahelrosenthal
188710/12/2017 21:05 PM
Wu Tsang #wutsang #rahelrosenthal
78210/11/2017 21:15 PM
Francis Alys #francisalys #rahelrosenthal #friezeartfair
227910/08/2017 21:23 PM
Ruth Asawa #ruthasawa @davidzwirner #rahelrosenthal
Ruth Asawa #ruthasawa @davidzwirner #rahelrosenthal
2371210/04/2017 23:27 PM
Kitty Kraus #kittykraus #rahelrosenthal
200810/03/2017 18:25 PM
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
255909/18/2017 21:18 PM
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
144409/18/2017 21:18 PM
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
200409/18/2017 21:17 PM
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
Thea Djordjadze’s (b. 1971, Tiflis, Georgia) work is always site-specific, and the artist is guided by a principle of adaptation that constitutes both her way of working and an aesthetic raison d’être. Her installations consist of assemblages of everyday objects stripped of any functional potential and of humble materials. This means they are minimal works that have to do with the principles of design and with the tradition of abstract sculpture, yet without really belonging to either of the two categories. The work finds its final form in the exhibition space it is shown in, turning it into a sort of living, metamorphic organism, in which the support becomes sculpture and the sculpture support, growing and integrating into one another. #theadjordjadze #rahelrosenthal
176309/17/2017 10:37 AM
Dana Schutz (b. 1976, Livonia, US) combines fantasy and reality, humor and horror, to create figurative paintings that abound with expressionist energy. Her distinctive visual style is characterized by vibrant color and raw and tactile brushwork. Schutz’s subjects spring from an absurdist sensibility as she invents imaginary stories or hypothetical situations that are bizarre and impossible, yet oddly compelling. Her works offer a multidisciplinary and genre-bending approach that explores versatile and interchangeable natures. In her malleable and transitional world, Schutz offers that, “Still lifes become personified, portraits become events and landscapes become constructions.” #danaschutz #rahelrosenthal
Dana Schutz (b. 1976, Livonia, US) combines fantasy and reality, humor and horror, to create figurative paintings that abound with expressionist energy. Her distinctive visual style is characterized by vibrant color and raw and tactile brushwork. Schutz’s subjects spring from an absurdist sensibility as she invents imaginary stories or hypothetical situations that are bizarre and impossible, yet oddly compelling. Her works offer a multidisciplinary and genre-bending approach that explores versatile and interchangeable natures. In her malleable and transitional world, Schutz offers that, “Still lifes become personified, portraits become events and landscapes become constructions.” #danaschutz #rahelrosenthal
139311/18/2017 11:54 AM
Jeff Wall⠀
*1946 in Canada⠀
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#jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
Jeff Wall⠀ *1946 in Canada⠀ • • • • • ⠀ #jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
196205/21/2017 00:37 AM
Bob Mazzer⠀
* in GB⠀
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#bobmazzer #rahelrosenthal
Bob Mazzer⠀ * in GB⠀ • • • • • ⠀ #bobmazzer #rahelrosenthal
64205/25/2017 13:55 PM
Jeff Wall⠀
*1946 in Canada⠀
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#jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
Jeff Wall⠀ *1946 in Canada⠀ • • • • • ⠀ #jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
2431804/27/2017 20:52 PM
Josef Schulz⠀
*1966 in Poland⠀
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#josefschulz #rahelrosenthal
Josef Schulz⠀ *1966 in Poland⠀ • • • • • ⠀ #josefschulz #rahelrosenthal
121205/25/2017 20:55 PM
Sam Moyer #sammoyer  #rahelrosenthal
270311/16/2017 23:32 PM
Josef Schulz⠀
*1966 in Poland⠀
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#josefschulz #rahelrosenthal
Josef Schulz⠀ *1966 in Poland⠀ • • • • • ⠀ #josefschulz #rahelrosenthal
154005/26/2017 07:46 AM
Jeff Wall⠀
*1946 in Canada⠀
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#jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
Jeff Wall⠀ *1946 in Canada⠀ • • • • • ⠀ #jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
230004/25/2017 16:31 PM
Jeff Wall⠀
*1946 in Canada⠀
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#jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
Jeff Wall⠀ *1946 in Canada⠀ • • • • • ⠀ #jeffwall #rahelrosenthal
2311504/26/2017 09:22 AM
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