All Curators Are Bastards

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Group show curated by Tim Cierpiszewski with works by

Marie Athenstaedt / Jérôme Chazeix / Tim Cierpiszewski / DAG / Manuela Fersen / Wilhelm Frederking / Ricarda Hoop / Andreas Keil / Martina Klein / Nina Maria Küchler / Onc Ysh / Jana Mertens / Mike Okay / Marten Schech / Franz Schmidt / Eva Schnitt / Stefan Schwarzer / Elisabeth Sonneck / Frederic Spreckelmeyer / Janine Tobüren / Elmar Zimmermann

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September 30th – October 2nd 2022

PILOTENKUECHE / international art program / Franz-Flemming-Str. 9 / 04179 Leipzig

Postkartenrecht

Group show

both at Studio 8 Berlin from 11.09.21 to 02.10.21

and KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin from 15.09.21 to 19.09.21 on the occasion of 30 Jahre KW

Also labelled under various further (sub-)titles the exhibition is shaped around topics like camaraderie, respect, curiosity, haphazardness. The catalogue which accompanies the two shows illustrates the individual works of the participants and is backed with an essay by theorists and curators Léon Kruijswijk and Sarah Wessel. It is available at the venues and at KW bookshop.

A S Y M M E T R Y O F U S

Solo show at Studio 2o46 Berlin

Studio 2o46

Verein zur Förderung zeitgenössischer Kunst

Teilestraße 11-17, 12099 Berlin, Tor 3, Hof 1, Aufgang D, 5. Etage

Open on 10.10.2020 4-9 PM
and 17.10.2020 3-6 PM
and 12.10.-16.10.2020 by appointment

ASYMMETRYOFUS-Elmar Zimmermann

Spearhead Phantasmatic

Solo show at SALON HÜHNENBERGER
07.11. – 14.11. 2015
Kopernikustrasse 10 10245 Berlin

Elmar Zimmermann - Spearhead Phantasmatic

#2

Adamo-Zimmermann-poster

Céline Adamo Elmar Zimmermann #2
24.11.2013 – 19.01.2014
Kunstverein Schwäbisch Hall
Am Markt 7/8 74523 Schwäbisch Hall
kvsha.de

In the composition of her works, the painter Céline Adamo addresses moments of pictorial creation. They are exclusively made with lacquer paints, and are created according to different frameworks she has devised simultaneously and constantly in interdependence. Some paintings she realizes in a few minutes, others develop in a process lasting up to several years. Elmar Zimmermann, in his works, recalls established modes of our pictorial traditions, associates them in an incisive new way, and improvises both precious objects and entire spaces of perception. In doing so, he does not care about responsibilities and thus also questions the “job profile professional artist” as such. From their Berlin studios, the two edit a lucid dialogue reduced to a substantial visual installation: sober but not dry.

A catalog brochure will be published to accompany and complement the exhibition. The artist designed split catalog with 40 illustrations Céline Adamo Elmar Zimmermann #2 is available at Kunstverein Schwäbisch Hall.

Twisted Standards

5 October 2010. With “Twisted Standards”, the Kienzle Art Foundation continues its series of exhibitions custom-tailored to the exhibition space. Based on the initiative of the Berlin collector Jochen Kienzle, whose both extensive and specific inventory of art since the 1960s forms the footing, the Kienzle Art Foundation has been dedicated to the public communication of art in the form of exhibitions, publications, and lectures.

“Twisted Standards” features two artists who are prominently present in the collection. They are Emilio Prini (born in 1943) and Elmar Zimmermann (born in 1976).

Jochen Kienzle has set himself the goal of investigating even marginalized and quasi-forgotten or little known positions and putting them up for discussion. In this respect this event is logical and: different.

Curated by Daniel Kletke. A publication accompanies “Show 2.” It appears as a large poster, presented as hardcover bound leporello with images and German / English texts. Available at Kienzle Art Foundation.

Hof

Hof has been a room at Bielefelder Kunstverein in 2009. I conceived it for the duration of one exhibition upon an invitation by Thomas Thiel. The temporary and specific installation was built up of the works Wappen and Schlitten as of chosen examples from the Artothek des Bielefelder Kunstvereins. This pretty representative picture-lending library – founded in 1978 – consists of multiple artworks, mainly prints. It was practically out of use at that time – due to local loss of interest. This then changed.

Hof
installation at Bielefelder Kunstverein  2009

Wappen
felt sewn on stretcher  200 x 200 cm  2008

Schlitten
used laths and several framed pictures  90 x 240 x 65 cm  2009

From the Artothek des Bielefelder Kunstvereins: Horst Antes, Joseph Beuys, Felix Droese, Franz Eggenschwiler, Günther Förg, Günter Fruhtrunk, Dan Graham, Wenzel Hablik, Otto Herbert Hajek, Erwin Heerich, Thomas Huber, Horst Janssen, Gustav Kluge, Kurt Kranz, Vlado Kristl, Kaspar Thomas Lenk, Richard Lindner, El Lissitzky, Dieter Lott, Heinz Mack, Willy Maywald, Heiner Meyer, Lowell Nesbitt, Anna Oppermann, Petit Frère, Rainer Pöhlitz, Bernhard Prinz, Man Ray, Gerhard Richter, Alexander Rodtschenko, Dieter Roth, Sarah Schumann, Almir da Silva Mavignier, Elmar Stobinski, Georg Tappert, André Thomkins, Timm Ulrichs, Stefan Wewerka