Opening: Mai 10, 2019, 7 pm
Dammstrasse1, Alter Messplatz, Mannheim
Marten Schech and Alex Lebus
Opening: Friday, April 12, 2019, 7 pm
Introduction: Dr. Christiane Schürkmann, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
16321 Bernau bei Berlin
For the best solo presentation at the art fair Art Karlsruhe, Myriam Holme wins the Art Karlsruhe Art Prize 2019.
The prize of EUR 15,000 awarded by the state of Baden-Württemberg and the city of Karlsruhe will be awarded for the 12th time this year.
The prize money is used for the acquisition of the work "an deinem leuchtfeuer" for the collection of the Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe.
Universitätsstraße 2, 6020 Innsbruck
Since time immemorial, depictions of humans have been able to depict more than just their physiological condition. Thus they were at the same time expressions of the changing ideas about humanity itself. Whereas in earlier centuries the portrait in particular was intended to re fl ect the respective image of mankind, today the arts are increasingly turning to the human body in its entirety, as the title of our exhibition takes up: The Forum Würth Rorschach invites you to "from head to toe" Selected examples of their own collection to a exciting discourse on the change and constants of the current image of man.
Forum Würth Rorschach
With works by: Sâadane Afif, Otto Berchem, Otto Berchem & Amalia Pica, Andrew Bick, Vanessa Billy, Stefan Burger, Valentin Carron, Chris Cornish, Jose Dávila, Philippe Decrauzat, Svenja Deininger, Lara Favaretto, Fernanda Gomes, Clare Goodwin, Diango Hernández, Herbert Hinteregger, Wyatt Kahn, Jan Kiefer, Alicja Kwade, Haroon Mirza, Timo Nasseri, Michael Riedel, Walid Raad, Bernd Ribbeck, Karin Schwarzbek, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, David Renggli, Martin Soto Climent, Esther Stocker, Katja Strunz, SUPERFLEX, Sofie Thorsen, Thomas Vinson, Werner von Mutzenbecher
Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich
Michel Grillet, Marcia Hafif, Christian Philipp Müller, Karim Noureldin, Vaclav Pozarek, Marcus Raetz, Adrian Schiess, Daniel Spoerri, Fiona Tan, Hannah Villiger
he Daimler Art Collection, founded in 1977, presents in public areas of the new headquarter building at the Mercedes-Benz plant Stuttgart-Untertürkheim across twelve floors exemplary works from the Collection: from classical Southwest German Modernism around 1910/20 to international contemporary art, from painting and drawing to mixed media, from photography to sculpture. Floors 1–3 show our ties to the region with art from Stuttgart and Baden-Württemberg. German and European art from the 1960s to today can be seen on floors 4–6. Painting, drawing and photography from the USA, South Africa and China on floors 7-9 exemplify Daimler AG as a globally active company. Works from all main areas of 20th and 20st century art, as well as examples of the CARS series by Andy Warhol are presented on floors 10-12.
Floor 6: European art from the 1960s to today
Getulio Alviani, Max Bill, Daniel Buetti, Karl Gerstner, Nigel Hall, Richard Paul Lohse, Jeremy Moon, Olivier Mosset, Tula Plumi, Gerwald Rockenschaub
The exhibition is only open to Daimler employees.
AES + F, Nobuyoshi Araki, Bill Beckley, Giovanni Castell, Vincenzo Castella, Thomas Demand, Götz Diergarten, Elger Esser, Roland Fischer, Günther Förg, Andreas Gursky, Klaus Heider, Candida Höfer, Veronika Kellndorfer, In Sook Kim, Marie-Jo Lafontaine, Sherrie Levine, Peter Lindbergh, Robert Mapplethorpe, Hiroyuki Masuyama, Carsten Meier, Hans Op De Beeck, Ralf Peters, Bettina Rheims, Thomas Ruff, Hans-Christian Schink, Karl Hugo Schmölz, Thomas Struth, Wolfgang Tillmans, Gianluca Vassallo, Wim Wenders, Michael Wesely