Ma Ke's works are currently on display in Shanghai within the context of his solo show "Hole: Ma Ke’s Paintings". In Ma Ke's vocabulary, "hole" was used to replace any word he was unfamiliar with or unknown to him. In Ma Ke's paintings, the exact figure, pattern, or icon can also be used as a referent, a symbol, a "hole" that channels possibility or leads towards an unknown dimension.
The exhibition is curated by Carol Yinghua Lu
Ma Ke, Fading, 2015, Oil on canvas, 40 × 50 cm
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"Thomas Ruff: after.images" is the first institutional solo exhibition of the German artist in South East Asia.
After his retrospective at Haus der Kunst in Munich (2012), his recent surveys in Japan at the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, as well as the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa (2016/17) and his solo show in K20 – Kunstsammlung NRW (2020/21) the show in Taiwan is, with more than 100 works spanning the period of 1989-2020, one of the most comprehensive exhibitions by now.
Thomas Ruff, ma.r.s.09_I, 2012, Chromogenic print, 255 × 185 cm, Edition 1/3
Goshka Macuga will be on view at the Kunstsammlung NRW as part of the exhibition "'Everyone is an Artist' Cosmopolitan Exercises with Joseph Beuys" alongside Joseph Beuys, Jenny Holzer, Phyllida Barlow and other exciting positions.
Goshka Macuga, Make Tofu Not War, 2018, 3D tapestry, 293 × 447 cm
Jeff Wall's works "The Thinker" and "The Giant," which reflect on the act of thinking, are currently on view at Kunsthalle Bielefeld, while "The Thinker" by Auguste Rodin, which has flanked the Kunsthalle's entrance since 1968, is on tour as a loan.
Jeff Wall, The Thinker, 1986, Transparency in lightbox, 216 x 229 cm, 1 AP (unique piece)
Goshka Macugas 3-D Tapestry work “From Gondwana to Endangered, Who is the Devil Now?” which was on display in her solo exhibition “Natural Transformation” at Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle will be part of the exhibition Diversity United in Berlin. The exhibition initiated by Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur Bonn is dedicated to portraying the artistic face of Europe, presenting a forum for artistic dialogue and solidarity. It focuses on the the vitality and diversity of the contemporary European art scene since the fall of the Iron Curtain until the present day. The exhibition has brought together works from the genres of painting, sculpture, video and new media, photography, installations, drawing and object art by about 90 established and emerging artists from 34 cpuntries across the entire continent of Europe, spanning generations, genders and regions.
Goshka Macuga, From Gondwana to Endangered, Who is the Devil Now?, 2020, 3D tapestry, mixed yarns, woven, 275 × 436 cm, Edition von 5 + A
In the coming year, the Lehmbruck Museum will be presenting a comprehensive show of Stephan Balkenhol’s work, developed in close collaboration with the artist himself. Beginning with his early works from the mid-1980s, the exhibition spans his oeuvre right up until our present day and includes several works created especially for Duisburg. Numerous drawings and plaster models provide further insights into Stephan Balkenhol’s creative process and his artistic world of ideas.
Stephan Balkenhol, Mann mit weißem Hemd und schwarzer Hose, 2020, wawa wood painted, 200 x 40 x 29 cm. Photo: W. Petzi