taubert contemporary , Stand n° AM332

Triptych (Untitled 1820-22), 2018 -  Jan van der Ploeg

Jan van der Ploeg Triptych (Untitled 1820-22), 2018
acrylic on canvas
each 22.4 x 14.2 inches

Cities, 2017 -  Adrian Esparza

Adrian Esparza Cities, 2017
sarape, wood, nails, enamel
2 parts
82.0 x 82.0 inches
6.8 x 6.8 feet

Billboard No.1, 2018 -  Axel Lieber

Axel Lieber Billboard No.1, 2018
cardboard, wood
35.4 x 21.9 x 1.0 inches

Untitled, 2015 -  Joachim Grommek

Joachim Grommek Untitled, 2015
enamel, acrylic, oil, primer,
chipboard, 4-part
each 120 x 80 cm

Untitled (No. 430), 2009 -  Markus Weggenmann

Markus Weggenmann Untitled (No. 430), 2009
high gloss paint on aluminium
56.3 x 67.3 inches

9-storied Dodecahedron No.2/18, 2018 -  Beat Zoderer

Beat Zoderer 9-storied Dodecahedron No.2/18, 2018
soldered brass
65.3 x 11.9 x 11.9 inches

Untitled (BY), 2018 -  Huseyin Sami

Huseyin Sami Untitled (BY), 2018
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
22.4 x 20.1 inches

LW 67, 2017 -  Markus Weggenmann

Markus Weggenmann LW 67, 2017
high-load distemper on cotton
82.7 x 66.9 inches
6.9 x 5.6 feet

Exhibiting Artists

  • Adrian Esparza  (+)

    Biography : Adrian Esparza was borin in 1970 in El Paso, Texas, USA. He lives and works in El Paso, Texas, USA. After an American Art and Music education, Adrian Esparza showed his Mexican-American border point of view in several solo and group shows since 2003. Particularly known by a wider public since Istanbul Biennale (2011), Istanbul, Turkey, and later with a commissioned on-site work for the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, USA. His work is represented in the collections of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, El Paso Museum of Art, and Dallas Museum of Art and has been shown in a great amount of group shows all over the USA and UK (“Adventures of the Black Square”, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK). Esparza considers his installations as an evolving self-portrait, with serapes representing tradition and cultural identity, displaced or lost from its site of origin. The engaging linear thread structures and drawings create multi-dimensional, vibrantly coloured layers within space.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Adrian Esparza - Cities, 2017 Cities, 2017

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  • Joachim Grommek  (+)

    Biography : Joachim Grommek was borin in 1957 in Wolfsburg, Germany. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Joachim Grommek, Master of Arts of Free Art/ Film at HBK Braunschweig (Professor: Malte Sartorius), Germany, in 1982 has mainly shown in German and European institutions and galleries since 1987, among them important solo shows like “Malerei 300” at the Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany in 2011. His geometric-abstract, illusionary work in perfection lays varies the topic of authentic image and copy like the ancient Trompe-l’œils, always asking for a second look. Grommek’s work though is reflecting art history and prominent artists like Kasimir Malewitsch, Piet Mondrian, Blinky Palermo or Robert Ryman.

    Exhibition : solo exhibitions
    2018 “High End”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany
    Solo presentation @ Art Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlandsby Galerie Mathias Güntner, Hamburg, Germany
    2017 “High End”, Galerie Mathias Güntner, Hamburg, Germany
    2016 Sebastian Fath Contemporary, Mannheim, Germany
    2015 “Ohne Geschmack ist auch mal was”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany
    2014 “kick down beach babyface", Galerie Mathias Güntner, Hamburg, Germany
    2013 “AHOI”, Palais für aktuelle Kunst, Glückstadtubrgalerie, Salzburg/AT
    “...painting show”, Haus Konstruktiv, Zürich, Switzerland
    2012 “?”, FS.Art, Berlin
    “ohne Eichhörnchengrün”, Galerie der Stadt Remscheid, Germany
    “never know”, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
    2011 “Kung Fu Panda 4”, Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    “KUNG FU PANDA III”, Galerie Mathias Güntner, Hamburg, Germany
    “Malerei 3000”, Städtische Galerie, Wolfsburg, Germany
    2010 rahncontemorary, Zurich, Switzerland
    2009 “This is my choice”, Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam, The NetherlandsGalerie Mathias Güntner (mit Rolf Rose), Hamburg, Germany
    “Malerei 2009”, FS.ART, Berlin, GermanyHorst Schuler, Düsseldorf, Germany
    2008 ubrgalerie, Salzburg, Austria
    2007 artfinder Galerie, Hamburg, Germany

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Joachim Grommek - Untitled, 2015 Untitled, 2015

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  • Axel Lieber  (+)

    Biography : Axel Lieber was born in 1960 in Düsseldorf, Germany. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany and Stockholm, Sweden. Axel Lieber uses everyday objects as references and alienates their shape, often by rearranging or downsizing. This intrusion often results in alternative functionalities of the objects. He reduces the density of objets trouvés semantically and fills the resulting gaps with new contents. Axel Lieber studied at the Art Academy Düsseldorf finishing with the MFA. In 1993 he co-founded the artist group “inges idee” which focuses on art in public spaces. Lieber worked as professor of sculpture at the Art Academy Düsseldorf and taught as lecturer at the Art Academy Malmö, Sweden, as well as at the Academy Jyske, Denmark. In 2016 he became a member of the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm. His works are represented by different important collections such as the contemporary art collection of the Berlinische Galerie. Recently Lieber arranged an extensive installation as a crossover of his works in the permanent collection of the Kunstmuseum Bonn.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Axel Lieber - Billboard No.1, 2018 Billboard No.1, 2018

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  • Huseyin Sami  (+)

    Biography : Huseyin was born 1979 in the United Kingdom. He lives and works in Sydney, Australia. Huseyin Sami’s multi-disciplinary practice engages with painting, sculpture and installation to explore aspects of time, action and process. Sami pours, drips, rolls, stretches and cuts dried household paint in his works, which sometimes incorporate other household objects. Examining the possibilities of colour, form and materiality of household paint, he deconstructs the process and substance of painting in order to formulate what he calls ‘a unique material language of painting.’ Sami has been exhibiting since the late 1990s. Sami’s work is held in the collections of Saatchi & Saatchi, Wellington; Artbank, Sydney; and private collections in Australia, Germany, Japan, the UK and USA.

    Exhibition : Selected solo exhibitions include Whispers from a Band of Myth Makers, Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney (2015); The Art of Ending a Conversation, Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney (2014); I mark you, I cancel you, I dirty you, Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney (2013); Painting Machine No.10, EPRA Perth Cultural Centre Arts Project, Perth (2011); The Fauvette Louriero Travelling Scholarship survey exhibition, Sydney College of the Arts (2010); Blue Blah! And other works, Kunst Projects, Berlin, Germany (2009); and Sweet Days Wilderness, Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney (2007).
    Selected group shows include Assemblage II, 107 Redfern Projects, Sydney (2014); Never Underestimate a Monochrome, Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, Rancho Cucamonga, USA (2013); 3, with Koji Ryui and Brandan Van Hek, Alaska Projects, Sydney (2013); Masculin Feminin (Part 2), Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney (2012); Cultural Connections, Cowra Regional Art Gallery, Cowra (2011); Twenty/20, UTS Gallery, Sydney and Dubbo Regional Gallery, NSW (2010); Persuasion Equation, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne (2009); The David Harold Tribe Sculpture Award, Sydney College of the Arts Gallery, Sydney (2008); 2007: The Year in Art, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney (2007); Our Lucky Country, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Sydney (2006); and Primavera, MCA, Sydney (2004).

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Huseyin Sami - Untitled (BY), 2018 Untitled (BY), 2018

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  • Jan van der Ploeg  (+)

    Biography : Jan van der Ploeg was born in 1959 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Artistically educated in both UK and the Netherlands, Jan van der Ploeg completed his studies at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 1985. Having shown solo and in group shows in Europe, New Zealand and Australia in galleries and institutions since 1984 (1983), he is also known for his permanent works in public spaces like in the Service Garage in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. His paintings expand the best of contemporary non-objective work in their shear boldness and fearless scope, the entirety of the painting’s dynamics are always greater than the architecture that supports them – maximum effect with a minimum of artistic resources. Inspired by art styles and movements from the past century, connecting the 20th with the 21st century he sees his work creating graphic dream worlds in physical space. Van der Ploeg is a co-founder of PS Projects, an artist-run exhibition space in Amsterdam.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Jan van der Ploeg - Triptych (Untitled 1820-22), 2018 Triptych (Untitled 1820-22), 2018

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  • Markus Weggenmann  (+)

    Biography : Markus Weggenmann was born in 1953 in Singen/Hohentwiel, Germany. He lives and works in Zurich and Lumnezia, Switzerland. Painter Markus Weggenmann started with solo shows in 1987 and has been shown in group shows since 1992. First part of shows in Switzerland and Germany, his work expanded more international since 2000. Weggenmann’s works are part of important institutional and private collections such as Kunsthaus Zurich, Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Kunstmuseum Singen, Lenbachhaus, Munich, Collection Credit Suisse, Collection Hyundai, South Korea or AKZO Nobel Art Foundation, The Netherlands. Having started with conceptual stripe paintings, followed by high gloss paintings on aluminum, Weggenmann developed his work with side steps to tapestry and sculpture up to a back-to-the-roots distemper on canvas painting. Always investigating various aspects of the intensity and scope of colour, Weggenmann’s work is highly charged reactive substance that wraps the viewer in a kind of atmospheric spatial grasp.

    Exhibition : Selected solo exhibitions
    2016 "Double Orange vs. Poly Green", taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany
    2015 "mostly paintings on paper", Galerie Mark Müller, Zurich, Switzerland
    2013 "Tornadorot", taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany
    "still lifes", Onrust Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    2012 "Im Hasenbart", Galerie Mark Müller, Zurich, Switzerland
    2007 "bel étage", Kunsthalle Bremerhaven, Germany

    Selected group exhibitions
    2018 "Werk- und Atelierstipendien für Kunst", Helmhaus Zurich, Switzerland
    2017 "Abstract Remix", New Art Projects, London, UK
    "RE-VISION", Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany
    "...and more paintings...", Galerie Mark Müller, Zurich, Switzerland
    2016 "Tango Them Basel", Galerie Mark Müller, Zurich, Switzerland
    2015 "La Confusion des Genres", Galerie Mark Müller, Zurich, Switzerland
    "Catch of the Year", Dienstgebäude, Zurich, Switzerland
    "A few pieces", taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany
    "25", Phoebus Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    2014 "About Sculpture #3: Off Limits", Lady Fitness Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
    "Werkschau 2014, Fachstelle Kultur, Kanton Zürich", F+F Schule für Kunst und Design, Switzerland
    "Wieder da!", Städtisches Museum, Singen, Germany
    2011 "Wasserfarben - Watercolours", Städtisches Museum, Villa Zanders, Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany
    2010 "Zeniuk & Weggenmann", Mondriaanhuis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    "Art Now", The Columns, Seoul, South-Corea
    2009 "Zeigen", Temporöre Kunsthalle, Berlin, Germany

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Markus Weggenmann - Untitled (No. 430), 2009 Untitled (No. 430), 2009
    •  Markus Weggenmann - LW 67, 2017 LW 67, 2017

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  • Beat Zoderer  (+)

    Biography : Beat Zoderer was born in 1955 in Zurich, Switzerland. He lives and works in Wettingen, Switzerland and Genoa, Italy. Beat Zoderer completed an apprenticeship as architectural draftsman and worked in architectural offices from 1971–78. Since 1979 he works as an independent artist. Two studio grants of the city of Zurich for Genoa in 1986 and New York in 1988 were followed by further grants from the city of Zurich. In 1995 he was awarded the Manor Art Prize and in 1998 he received an award from the Max Bill / Georges Vantongerloo Foundation, Zumikon/Zurich.

    Exhibition : Selected solo exhibitions
    2018 "PRETIUM", Haus der Kunst, Solothurn, Switzerland
    "Licht & Leere", Neues Museum, Nürnberg, Germany
    2017 "KINTSUGI", Botao Gallery, Minatomachi Art Table, Nagoya, Japan
    2016 "Nagelfluh", Mies van der Rohe Haus, Berlin, Germany
    "Mit allen Ecken und Kanten", taubert contemporary, Germany
    "Taglio Cristallo", d.a.c., Dolceacqua, Italy
    2015 "RASTER Grid-works from 3 decades", Chesa von Bartha, S-Chanf, Switzerland
    2014 "Fold & Dip and other Incidents", Barth Conteporary London, UK
    "BALOON", PS Projectspace, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    "Spickel", taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany
    2013 Reinsberger Galleries, The Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, USA
    2011 "still abstraction", Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney, Australia
    2010 "Sammelwut - Sammelgut", Coninx Museum, Zurich, Switzerland
    "Das Ende der Ränder", Museum Chasa Jaura, Valchava, Switzerland

    Selected group exhibitions
    2018 "Fields of Joy", PARK Tilburg, The Netherlands
    2017 "On with the show", Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Germany
    "Abstract Remix", New Art Projects, London, UK
    2016 "PS in Berlin", Kunstraum Kreuzberg Bethanien, Berlin, Germny

    Detailed Description : His installations, sculptures, assemblages and collages are constructed in constantly changing new shapes, colours and materials (often office or household items found in department stores) and are part of private and institutional collections like Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Sammlung Bundestag (both Germany) and European and US private collections. Reminiscent of the work of Mondrian, van Doesberg or Venet, the complexity of each piece consciously allows imperfections and mistakes. Zoderer moves towards a concrete and constructive position in art.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Beat Zoderer - 9-storied Dodecahedron No.2/18, 2018 9-storied Dodecahedron No.2/18, 2018

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Other Represented Artists

  • Jia  (+)

    Biography : Jia was borin in 1979 in Beijing, China. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Jia graduated from the architecture faculty of North China University of Technology in 2003 and finished her studies as M.A. in Traditional Chinese Drama at the Graduate Faculty of the Chinese National Academy of Arts in 2008 (both Beijing, China). Showing since 2002, she presented her political work mostly in the Western Countries, first time in Berlin with her work lu, a one time collateral event of the Berlin Biennale 2012. Jia’s text, photo, video works and projects address Traditional Chinese Painting, literature and gestures with an universal approach at the same time, referring always to her own biography. Jia opened a second studio in Berlin in 2012 besides her first one in Beijing.

    Exhibition : selected exhibitions 2018 “Language”, LAWS, Los Angeles, CA, USA 2017 “Vorsicht Kinder! geschützt, geliebt, gefährdet”, Humboldt-Box, Berlin, Germany “Lost Highway”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany “Luther and the Avantgarde”, Altes Gefängnis, Wittenberg, Germany 2016 “SCHNITTMENGEN”, Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin, Germany “The Chinese Version”, Steve Turner, Los Angeles, CA, USA “Between the Worlds”, Rohkunstbau, Berlin, Germany 2015 “The Chinese Version”, Arratia Beer, Berlin, Germany “Infosphere”, ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany “MACROCOSMI"Altes Postfuhramt West, Berlin, Germany 2014 “Contrasts and Utopias”, The 4th edition of the End ofthe World Biennial, Argentina andChile “Secret Signs”, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany “Enviromental Impact”, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA “Untitled”, Collegium Hungaricum, Berlin, Germany 2013 “Maps and Orientation Part 2”, Heldart, Berlin, Germany 2012 “Perspective”, Berlin, Germany “路(Lu)”,One Time Collateral Event Of The Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany 2009 “The Road Series I”, MIAUHAUS, Los Angeles, CA, USA 2007 “Chinoiseries”, Galerie Gordon Pym et Fils, Paris, France 2002 “City Boxes”, Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai, China

  • Lars Arrhenius  (+)

    Biography : Lars Arrhenius was borin in 1966 in Stockholm, Sweden. He lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. Lars Arrhenius’ artistic education started by visiting several Art Schools in Stockholm, Sweden, and he completed it at the Rijksakademie van Beeidende Kunsten, Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 1996. Already since 1994 he showed his work in solo and group shows, first in the Northern European Countries, since 2000 more and more in international galleries, museums and public spaces, e.g. in Modern Museen, Stockholm, Sweden, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Germany and West Collection, Philadelphia, USA.

    Exhibition : solo exhibitions 2018 “Samhällsteater”, Digitaliseum -Gallery of Contemporary Digital Art, Malmö, Sweden 2016 “Society Theater”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany “Samhällsteater”, Galleri Specta, Copenhagen, Denmark 2012 “Svarte Bubblar”, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden Galleri Specta, Copenhagen, Denmark “Tegn i tiden”, KinoKino, Sandnes, Norway 2011 Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden “The Dark Room”, Åbo Konstmuseum, Åbo, Finland “The Street”, Eskilstuna Konstmuseum, Eskilstuna, Sweden “The Big Store”, Turku Art Museum, Turku, Finland 2010 “The Exquisite Corpse Orchestra”, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden Galleri Specta, Copenhagen, Denmark “The Man Without Qualities”, Galleri Specta, Copenhagen, Sweden “The Exquisite Corpse Orchestra”, ftc. -Fiedler Taubert Contemporary, Berlin, Germany 2009 Aarhus Konstmuseum, Aarhus, DenmarkGalleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, SwedenHöganäs Konstmuseum, Höganäs, Sweden 2008 Galleri Specta, Copenhagen, Denmark 2007 Fiedler Contemporary, Cologne, Germany Galleri Specta, Copenhagen, Denmark Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Irland 2006 Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden Anna Akhmatova Museum, St.Petersburg, Russia Art Projects Network, Dublin, Irland Centre dÁrt de Santa Monica, Barcelona, Spain Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden group exhibitions 2018 “#VærkdinVerden”, Råderum –office for contemporary art, 7 cities in Denmark + Social Media 2016 “Spotlight #1”, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden 2015 “Mixed Emotions”, Helmond Museum, Helmond, The Netherlands “Ur samlingarna”, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden “c/o Hotel le Manoir”, Galleri Magnus Ka

    Detailed Description : By using pictograms, the kind of stereotypical figures and universal symbols used for public information signs, and media, Arrhenius’ serial, graphic installations and animations merge a diagrammatic with a social narrative – to show his special judicious blend of austerity and ironic humour to contrast the world around him.

  • Manuel Franke  (+)

    Biography : Manuel Franke was borin in 1964 in Bonn, Germany. He lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany. Sculptor Manuel Franke granted at the Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf, Germany, E´cole National Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Paris, France and completed his education at the same place at the Institut des Hautes E´tudes en Arts Plastiques with Prof. Pontus Hulten and Daniel Buren in 1992. He has been resident artist 2003 at Villa Massimo, Rome, Italy and showed in several European galleries and spaces and in Australia.

    Exhibition : solo exhibitions 2018 “Colormaster F”, Städelgarten Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany 2016 “Colormaster X”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany 2015 “peer group”, Privatsammlung Nürnberg, Germany 2009 “in situ”, Kunstraum Düsseldorf, Germany 2007 “made in...”, Städtische Galerie Viersen, Germany 2006 Pestorius Sweeney House, Brisbane, Australia group exhibitions 2017 “Augengefühle”, Neues Museum –Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design, Nürnberg, Germany 2016 “Kontinuum und Schnitt - Die Düsseldorfer U-Bahn 'Wehrhahn-Linie' - ein Gesamtkunstwerk”, AEDES Architecture Forum, Berlin, Germany 2014 “double whammy”, Parkhaus im Malkastenpark, Düsseldorf, Germany “B1/A40 Die Schönheit der großen Straße”, Essen, Germany 2013 “HIPPIEJUMP”, Atelier Mintropstraße, Düsseldorf, Germany “PLASTIK”, kunstgaleriebonn zu Gast in Halle Thürmchenswall, Köln, Germany 2012 “wall to wall”, Neuer Kunstverein Wuppertal, Germany 2011 “wall to wall", Kunstverein Mönchengladbach, Germany 2010 “TIP TOP STOP”, Installative Kunst, Köln, Germany “schwarz”, Märkisches Museum, Witten, Germany 2009 “fully booked”, Projekt von moving locations e.V, Germany 2006 “camp Kamp”, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany 2005 “borsisiti dell'anno”, Villa Massimo, Rome, Italy “tramonti”, Parqo al Quirinale, Rome, Italy

    Detailed Description : In Frankes work, the autonomous image, space and in his
site specific installations, apparent opposites seem to meet quiet easily: Soft and hard, light and heavy, density and transparency do not exclude each other but co-exist in carefully balanced tension. Frankes recent work in public space, “achat” (2001-2016), covers the Metro Station Graf-Adolf-Platz in Düsseldorf, Germany.

  • Mutter & Genth  (+)

    Biography : Heike Mutter was born in 1969 in Munich, Germany. Ulrich Genth was born in 1971 in Tübingen, Germany. The artist couple lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. Since 2003 an artist couple, Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth, she at the same time Professor at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, finished their studies in Media Art in Cologne respectively Conceptual Art in Münster in 2001 (1999). Over the years they won grants and awards as singles and as an Artist couple – first prize for their work “Tiger and Turtle – Magic Mountain”, a landmark on the Heinrich-Hildebrand Höhe Duisburg. Above that, both showed their work in several private and institutional collections since 1998 (1999). Mutter & Genth’s sensitive projects are always a visual reaction to the local contexts they find while intensively researching the geographical, historical and social structures. With participatory elements and artistic-absurd interventions they not only bare these structures, they change them actively. Their recent work “Monument” on the Neumarkt in Dresden, Germany, has just been inaugurated.

    Exhibition : solo exhibitions 2018 “Freiham Folly”, public installation, Munich, Germany 2017 “Trusted surfaces”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany “Die innere Logik der Geschichte”, public installation, Springhornhof Neuenkirchen, Neuenkirchen, Germany “Denkmal für den permanenten Neuanfang”, public installation, Neumarkt Dresden, Germany 2015 “The View”, Marta Herford, Herford, Germany 2014 “Spekulative Strukturen”, Simultanhalle –Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Cologne, Germany 2013 “Fixateurs Externes”, taubert contemporary, Berlin “Rauminszenierungen”, Garten_Landschaft OWL, Bielefeld, Germany “Stufen zur Kunst”, Stiftung Niedersachsen / Kunstverein Hannover, Germany “Pavillon“, Schlosspark Wendlinghausen, Germany 2012 “i.A.,two current projects of the New Patrons”, Acc-Gallery Weimar, with Henrik Schrat, Weimar, Germany 2011 “Die selbsterfüllende Gegenwart der Prophezeiung”, Kunstverein Wolfenbüttel, Germany “Tiger & Turtle - Magic Mountain”, Eröffnung auf der Heinrich - Hildebrand-Höhe, Duisburg, Germany 2010 “Blind Date”, Kunstverein Hannover, Germany group exhibitions 2017 “Performing Relationships / Politik der Freundschaft”, KV Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany “Ernst Hermanns und sechs Preisträger aus siebzig Jahren. 70 Jahre junger westen”, DKM, Duisburg, Germany 2016 “Vom Wert der Kunst als Wert der Arbeit”, Weltkunstzimmer, Düsseldorf, Germany 2015 “A FEW PIECES”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany2013 “Second Nature”, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany “Raumsichten”, Gartenbühne-Bühnengärten, Schloss Wendlinghausen, Germany “JE HAIS LES COUPLES”, Galerie Valérie Bach, Brüssel, SwitzerlandFavara Castle Exhibition, Italien “Luginsland”, Architektur mit Aussicht, S AM (Schweizerisches Architektu

  • Dionisio González  (+)

    Biography : Dionisio González was borin in 1965 in Gijón, Spain. He lives and works in Seville, Spain. Dionisio González, with a digital photography, multimedia and cinema/ TV art background holds a Professorship at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Seville. Continuously granted, price winning and travelling since the 90s respectively 2001, his work has been exhibited in many prestigious institutions, Biennales and museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, USA, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Bordeaux, France, the Museo Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO), Bogotá, Colombia, the Museo de Arte de Sao Paulo (MASP), Sao Paulo, Brasil, and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCCA), Toronto, Canada.

    Exhibition : solo exhibitions 2017: “Thinking Central Park”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany 2016: “Somewhere, Nowhere”,Katz Contemporary, Zurich, Switzerland “Flattened Island”, Galerie Richard, New York, NY, USA “Island Empire”, Museo De Bellas Artes De Asturias, Oviedo, Spain 2015 “El Jardín Forcluido”, Cicus, Sevilla, Spain “Non - Plan, Casa Góngora Sala Galatea”, Xiv Bienal De Fotografía, Córdoba, Spain “Trans-Actions” Galerie Richard, New York, NY, USA 2014: “Inter-Actions”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany “En Algún Lugar, Ninguna Parte”, DA2 Domus Artium, Salamanca, Spain “Habitable Artefacts”, Galerie Richard, New York, NY, USA “Dionisio González: Architecture For Resistance”, Gallery Yusto/Giner, Malaga, Spain “La Ciudad Análoga De Dionisio González”, Centro De Cultura Antiguo Instituto, Gijón, Spain “Virtual Maps”, Maison Europenne De La Phothographie, Paris, France 2013 “Around”, Casino Of The Exposicion, Seville, Spain “Disurbances”, Arendt & Medernach, Luxembourg, Luxembourg “Halong Series”, Gallery Richard, New York, NY, USA “Around”, Centro Canal De Isabel II, Madrid, Spain “Le Corbusier: The Last Project”, Ivorypress Gallery, Madrid, Spain “En Algun Lugar, Ninguna Parte: Photoespana”, Ivorypress Gallery, Madrid, Spain 2012 “Favelas”, Galerie Richard, New York, NY, USA “Dionisio González: Suburbia”, Scad Museum Of Art Savannah, Savannah, GA, USA “Uninhabited And Uninhabitable”, ftc –fiedler taubert contemporay, Berlin, Germany 2011: “Exploited Landscapes”, Galerie Richard, New York, NY, USA “Las Horas Claras. Projectb”, Contemporary Art, Milan, Italy “Cuando Las Catedrales Eran Blancas”, Projectb -

    Detailed Description : González carefully exercised photomontages present futuristic yet sometimes brutalistic architectural solutions to living conditions in different landscapes, urban environments – always proposing possible solutions in reaction to (man made) natural disasters.

  • Julia Gruner  (+)

    Biography : Julia Gruner (*1984) lives and works in Cologne, Germany. EDUCATION 2010 – 2015: Studies of Fine Art at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the class of Prof. Katharina Grosse 2015: Masters degree 2007 – 2008: Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel 2005 – 2010: Studies of Communication Design at University of Applied Science Hamburg (masters degree) SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES 2018: DAAD Scholarship for South Korea Seoul Art Space Geumcheon Residency, Seoul, South Korea 2017: Working grant Stiftung Kunstfonds Red Carpet Art Award Germany Shortlist The Anamorphosis Prize 2016: GWK Young Artist Award ArtUp Cologne Award for Emerging Artists of RC Cologne-Ville SÍM Residency, Reykjavík, Iceland 2015: Award for emerging artists from the city of Düsseldorf Artist in residence in Wazuka and Kyoto, Japan 2014: Hogan Lovells Art Award, 1. Prize

    Exhibition : SOLO AND DOUBLE EXHIBITIONS (C) = Catalogue 2018: FLAT VOLUMES, with Alex Grein, Städtische Galerie Lüdenscheid (C) 2016: Julia Gruner – GWK Young Artist Award, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster (C) hubblebubble, brauchbarkeit, Cologne 2015: Award for Emerging Artists from the City of Düsseldorf, with Max Schulze, Kunstraum, Düsseldorf (C) 2011: Flamingoes and Mustard both Bite, Nina sagt Gallery, Düsseldorf (C) GROUP EXHIBITIONS (C) = Catalogue 2018: Ciao!, Strizzi, Cologne Hängung Total!, Sonne und Solche, Düsseldorf taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany 2017: 71. Internationale Bergische Kunstausstellung, Kunstmuseum Solingen (C) new talents – Young Artists from NRW, Kunsthaus NRW, Aachen-Kornelimünster 6. Horst-Janssen-Grafikpreis, Horst-Janssen Museum, Oldenburg (C) ACIDATE:::::(take that):::::sweet, Baustelle Schaustelle, Essen HERZSTÜCKE – 13 GWK-Preisträger stellen aus, Galerie Münsterland, Emsdetten Happy Item, einstosz Gallery, Düsseldorf Änderungen Aller Art, Werkstatt für Veränderung, Mönchengladbach Künstlerbücher für Alles, Center for Artist Publications Weserburg, Bremen 2016: Behind the Curtain. Concealment and Revelation since the Renaissance,Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf (C) new talents – Young Artists from NRW, Kunsthalle Recklinghausen new talents biennale, Agrippa neighborhood, Cologne (C) Jahresgaben 2016, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster ACIDATE:::::(take that):::::saucy, Baustelle Schaustelle, Essen Tenebrous, SÍM Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland SUMBISORI, Quartier am Hafen, Cologne 2015: TBA : prelude, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf SILIKONVALLEY – A Social Plastic, Matjö Art Space, Cologne SW EAT SUCKER, Art Space Kirchstraße, Düsseldorf Toast Kawaii, Trancepop Gallery, Kyoto, Japan OMUSUBI 2, Po

  • Markus Linnenbrink

    Biography : Markus Linnenbrink was born in 1961 in Dortmund, Germany. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, USA. After finalising his studies 1988 at the Academy of Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany, Markus Linnenbrink started his artistic career by showing in several galleries and institutions in Germany, since 2000 also in an international context. His work is part of important institutional and private collections like ERGO Düsseldorf, Germany, Justiz Vollzugsanstalt Düsseldorf, Germany (wall painting), Ministry of Culture, The Hague, The Netherlands, Borusan Contemporary Art Collection, Istanbul, Turkey, San José Museum of Art, San José, California, USA or Collection Mark Giambrone, Dallas, Texas, USA. Liberation of the colour from the object represented, developing its own materiality and colourful luminosity is Linnenbrink’s story, referring to Jean Dubuffet, Jean Fautrier and Emil Schumacher in Europe in the mid-20th century, followed in the US by Jackson Pollock and Morris Louis at the same time. Linnenbrink elicits from the colour as matter and material a dazzling variety of individual colours, which he can achieve through different admixtures – covering panels, walls or even floors, be it outside or inside. The by far largest drip painting is on view in the lobby of the Rockefeller Center, New York, USA.

  • Sylvan Lionni  (+)

    Biography : Sylvan Lionni was born in 1973 in Cuckfield, UK. He lives and works in Eugene, Oregon, USA. Sylvan Lionni finished as Master of Fine Arts at the Bard College, New York in 1998. Since 1997 he has been showing in the USA with several important galleries and institutions. Though his work is mainly part of important private American collections like Derek Lam, Amy Sillman, Peter Halley (all New York) he is also part of important German institutional collections like The National Public Art Council, Stockholm, Sweden and The Daimler Collection, Berlin, Germany.

    Exhibition : selected solo exhibitions 2018 “Goodbye Stranger”, Fort Gansevoort, New York, NY, USA 2015 “SWEET’N LOW”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany “Chromosphere”, Stene Projects, Stockholm, Sweden 2014 “Half Life”, Kansas Gallery, New York, NY, USA 2013 “Seismograph”, Ditch Projects, Springfield, Oregon, USA 2012 “Airmail”, Stene Projects, Stockholm, Sweden “Lost in America”,Kansas Gallery, New York, NY, USA 2008 “Before the Flood”, Freight + Volume, New York, NY, USA 2007 “Zugzwang”, Freight+Volume, New York, NY, USA Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus, OH, USA 2005 “Stadia”,Fusebox, Washington, DC, USA 2003 “Shine”, Fusebox, Washington, DC, USA 2001 Rome Arts, Brooklyn, NY, USA selected group exhibitions 2015 “The Slow Burn”, Ditch Projects, Eugene, OR, USA 2014 “I Never Can Say What I Mean”,Hap Gallery, Portland, OR, USA 2013 “highways and byways. together again”, Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany 2012 “Gare de L’Est", Esslinger Kunstverein, Esslingen, Germany “Das Gleiche nochmal anders - Über die Unmöglichkeit der Wiederholung”, Andrae Kaufmann, Berlin, Germany “The Long Now”,Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Eugene, OR, USA 2011 “Paper A-Z", Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY, USA “Broadway Billboard”,Socrates Sculpture Center, New York, NY, USA “Reverie”, Zurcher Studio, New York, NY, USA “Free Play”, Kansas Gallery, New York, NY, USA 2010 “Minimalism and Applied II”,Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany “Pictures about Pictures”,Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK), Vienna, Austria “Private Announcement”, Stene Projects, Stockholm, Sweden“Objectified”,Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY, USA 2009 “Under Control”,Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL, USA 2008 “Minus Space”,P.S. 1, Long I

    Detailed Description : Overall, Lionni focuses on geometric shapes enhanced by unexpected materials and surfaces. Figures, lines, edges and measurements change their mathematical and static hierarchies though when Lionni dissolves cultural hegemony through appropriative techniques which deconstruct symbolic objects and their clichés.

  • Geissler & Sann  (+)

    Biography : Beate Geissler 1970 was born in Neuendettelsau, Germany. Oliver Sann was born in 1968 in Düsseldorf, Germany. The artist couple lives and works in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Beate Geissler and Oliver Sann, mainly educated as photographers, photo designers and video artists, among others by Thomas Struth, Candida Höfer and Hugh Ashley Rayner, in Germany and the UK in the 90s, have been active as an Artist couple since 1996. Being currently Associate Professor of Art (University of Illinois, Chicago) resp. Assistant Professor (School of The Art Institute, Chicago) and artists at the same time, they both have been granted since years. Their work like e.g. “Methadone” (2016) is represented in the MOCP, Chicago, Illinois, USA and other public and private collections. Their work concentrates on inner alliances of knowledge and power, their deep links in western culture and the escalation in and transformation of human beings and environments through technology like shown in the series “Volatile Smile” (2011), “The Real Estate” (2009) or “Personal Kill” (2007) series. Within their collaborative contemporary art space the artists’ work spans (political) science, anthropology, sociology, philosophy.

    Exhibition : solo exhibitions 2018 “Knowledge Comes with Death's Release”, Cindy Rucker Gallery, New York, NY, USA 2017 “Knowledge Comes with Death’s Release”,taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany 2013 Galerie Carol Johnssen, Munich, GermanyIceberg projects, Chicago, Illionois,USA 2012 “you won’t fool the children of the revolution”, ftc. fiedler taubert conteporary, Berlin, Germany “horses”, Second Street Gallery. Charlottesville, USA 2011 “a volatile smile”, NGBK Berlin, Berlin, GermanySaarländisches Künstlerhaus, Studio Blau, Saarbrücken, Germany 2010 “the real estate”, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, USA “PERSONAL KILL”, Kunstverein Bremerhaven, Germany 2009 “the real estate”, ftc. fiedler taubert conteporary, Berlin, Germany 2008 “shooter”, Videoscreening at the Virtueel Museum Zuidas -CASZUIDAS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2007 “Beate Geissler und Oliver Sann”, Galerie Carol Johnssen, Munich, Germany group exhibitions 2017 “On Desire. Über das Begehren.”, B3 –Biennial of the Moving Image, Frankfurt Main, Germany “The Power of Images”, MAST, Bologna, Italy 2016 “Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy”, MoCP, Chicago, USA “The Self. Perception -Profession- Portrait ”(German show), Dubai Photo Exhibition, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 2015 “A FEW PIECES”, taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany “Staging Disorder“, University of the Arts London, UK 2014 “Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 to the present”, Northern Gallery Of Contemporary Art, UK “The sunken Living Room”, Franklin Street Works, Stamford, Connecticut, USA 2012 “Several Silences”, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, USA 2011 “Brief Histories”, Sharjah University City, Sharja, United Arab Emirates 2010 “von Angesicht zu Angesicht”, Glaskasten Marl, Germany “night light”, Laum

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Founded 2013 in Berlin (2003 – 2012 as fiedler taubert contemporary) the gallery focuses on abstract painting, photography and site specific works and projects. Representing 16 national and international emerging and established artists specialised in working with space, color, form and material in a specific manner, the gallery invites national and international guest artist and builds up international exchange exhibitions respectively.

Thomas Taubert started in the art world in 1993 in Düsseldorf, Germany, with a non-profit exhibition space focussing exclusively on site specific installations.

taubert contemporary participates in international art fairs as PULSE Miami Beach, Dallas Art Fair, VOLTA New York and Basel. The gallery successfully placed works in a variety of public and private collections, including Fotomuseum Winterthur, Kunstmuseum Bonn, PAMM (Pérez Art Museum Miami) and many others.

The artists represented show worldwide in institutional solo exhibitions and regularly take part in prominent group shows. They have been commissioned to realise large in- and outdoor exhibitions and projects all over the world.

The gallery is located in the Galerienhaus Lindenstrasse 34/35 in Berlin Kreuzberg, close to the Berlinische Galerie, the Jewish Museum and Academy and Checkpoint Charlie.

taubert contemporary also manages the estate of the painter Gerhard Taubert.

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taubert contemporary w:  http://www.taubertcontemporary.com Thomas Taubert Almut Leitner Lilian Vogt Ulrike Neufeld