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COLOGNE:Until March 26thFilippo Minelli NeoliberalistanFilippo Minelli presents his third solo exhibition Neoliberalista...
03/12/2023

COLOGNE:

Until March 26th

Filippo Minelli
Neoliberalistan

Filippo Minelli presents his third solo exhibition Neoliberalistan at Ruttkowski;68 in Cologne.
The artist never stays long in one place, his nomadic practice especially through the Middle East, draws
him mainly to contested regions, to places that have experienced conflict or are still in the midst of it.
Calm, reduced sceneries disguise the suffering and struggle that these places were once characterized
by. In a howling of silence inscribed into the landscapes, the fleeting gap between reality and its
representation becomes tangible.
A very close investigation of the physical places, learning, studying and analyzing its nature, its patterns
and characteristics is digested in a variety of media, such as installation, sculpture, cgi and photography
and processed within the aesthetics of construction sites, the provisional, the transitional state, often
conveyed by zones of conflicts.
Wall filling paintings originated under the abstraction of globalized aesthetics of physical border zones,
like between Portugal and Spain. The interaction between natural and anthropological places, between
the human and the landscape in which one is embedded, the behavior that emerges from and acts on it,
shape, form and determine its narratives. Every new story reinvents the discrepancy between fact and
fiction, creating new conditions and possibilities between peace and conflict, depicting these areas
whose boundaries are blurred by the neoliberal system.

03/10/2023
03/10/2023
PARIS:Opening, tomorrow Saturday, March 11th, 5-8 PMRobert JanitzLa Poste Pneumatique Robert Janitz (b.1962, DE) present...
03/10/2023

PARIS:

Opening, tomorrow
Saturday, March 11th,
5-8 PM

Robert Janitz
La Poste Pneumatique

Robert Janitz (b.1962, DE) presents his first solo exhibition,
La Poste Pneumatique de Paris, at Ruttkowski;68 in Paris.

The show features two distinct groups of works that form the
core of his artistic creation. In his practice, the artist has
engaged in and experimented with cypher-like line structures
for over ten years: developing into architectural elements,
letter-like structures somewhere between abstraction and
figuration. Wiping gestures, as in window or blackboard
cleaning, elevate the invisible to the motif, reversing the
claim to what painting is or has to be, using its negation for
an own interpretation.
These elements are also taken up by the second series of
work. Here, the same gestures, tools, and utensils give rise to
more crystalline grid structures - forms and motifs that stand
apart from the first group of works yet are related to them
like siblings. Back-headed figures emerge from compressed,
squashed lines that have emancipated themselves in their
depiction, allowing motifs to drift and vary.
Compression and expansion of pneumatic movements, that
represent two differing ways of the evolving lines, its density,
intensity, and gradual emptying of brushstrokes frame the
show. The origin of these developments points to a primordial
form of painting, to its immanent mystery, that can never be
fully depicted.

MeuserWie spät ist es?2023Steel, paint215 x 125 x 25 cm84 5/8 x 49 1/4 x 9 7/8 in Unique
03/08/2023

Meuser
Wie spät ist es?
2023
Steel, paint
215 x 125 x 25 cm
84 5/8 x 49 1/4 x 9 7/8 in Unique

MeuserWie spät ist es?2023Steel, paint215 x 125 x 25 cm84 5/8 x 49 1/4 x 9 7/8 in Unique
03/08/2023

Meuser
Wie spät ist es?
2023
Steel, paint
215 x 125 x 25 cm
84 5/8 x 49 1/4 x 9 7/8 in Unique

PARIS:Save the date11.03.23 - 09.04.23Robert JanitzLa Poste Pneumatique Opening reception,Saturday, Match 11th, 5-8 PMRo...
03/05/2023

PARIS:

Save the date

11.03.23 - 09.04.23

Robert Janitz
La Poste Pneumatique

Opening reception,
Saturday, Match 11th,
5-8 PM

Robert Janitz (b.1962, DE) presents his first solo exhibition,
La Poste Pneumatique de Paris, at Ruttkowski;68 in Paris.

The show features two distinct groups of works that form the
core of his artistic creation. In his practice, the artist has
engaged in and experimented with cypher-like line structures
for over ten years: developing into architectural elements,
letter-like structures somewhere between abstraction and
figuration. Wiping gestures, as in window or blackboard
cleaning, elevate the invisible to the motif, reversing the
claim to what painting is or has to be, using its negation for
an own interpretation.
These elements are also taken up by the second series of
work. Here, the same gestures, tools, and utensils give rise to
more crystalline grid structures - forms and motifs that stand
apart from the first group of works yet are related to them
like siblings. Back-headed figures emerge from compressed,
squashed lines that have emancipated themselves in their
depiction, allowing motifs to drift and vary.
Compression and expansion of pneumatic movements, that
represent two differing ways of the evolving lines, its density,
intensity, and gradual emptying of brushstrokes frame the
show. The origin of these developments points to a primordial
form of painting, to its immanent mystery, that can never be
fully depicted.

Meuser Kopflos durch den Tag2023Steel, paint103 x 103 x 31 cm, 40 1/2 x 40 1/2 x 12 1/4 inUnique
03/05/2023

Meuser
Kopflos durch den Tag
2023
Steel, paint
103 x 103 x 31 cm,
40 1/2 x 40 1/2 x 12 1/4 in
Unique

NEW YORK:Richie Culver Quiet HusbandOn display through April 1stWoke up in the evening Pray for me Six bottles of p**s s...
03/04/2023

NEW YORK:

Richie Culver
Quiet Husband

On display through April 1st

Woke up in the evening 

Pray for me 

Six bottles of p**s stand like trophies next to this sofa that I call a bed 

Leave your keys on the table and don’t come home 

That was all she wrote 

I can’t read and I’ve never been on a plane 

So ignorance is bliss in a mind like this 

A methadone-like haze drifts in from there 

I’ll reply later 

I’d rather be broke than skint 

I’d rather be rich than dead 

In this sunken cavity in which I dwell 

No prescription needed 
No advice wanted 

The lights were too bright
Just like they warned me 

Time after time they warned me 

Underground flower what’s your name 

The light at the end is a flame 

The p**s in the bottles overflow 

Time goes slow 

It’s gonna be a good Christmas this year

Our year 

Credit card  fraud on the hottest day of the year 

There’s been a white van parked outside my Mothers house all year 

Quiet 
Quiet 

Keeping quietness at bay 

I believe in God when things are going my way 

My way 

Frank Sinatra
My way

Play it at my funeral 

But it’s the voice inside my heads way 

It’s always been that way 

Never been my way 

Would you cry if I died
Would you come to my funeral and cry again 
again and again 
again and again 

I wanna eat at those posh restaurants that let you pay at the end 

I hope God doesn’t make me pay at the end.

Filippo Minelli Untitled (Putumayo)20193D scanning, digital editing 165 x 110 cm, 65 x 43 1/4 in Unique
03/04/2023

Filippo Minelli
Untitled (Putumayo)
2019
3D scanning, digital editing 165 x 110 cm,
65 x 43 1/4 in
Unique

Düsseldorf:Opening tomorrow Friday March 37–9 pmMeuserMorgen kommt der FensterputzerMeuser (b. 1947 in Essen, DE) presen...
03/02/2023

Düsseldorf:

Opening tomorrow Friday March 3
7–9 pm

Meuser
Morgen kommt der Fensterputzer

Meuser (b. 1947 in Essen, DE) presents his first solo exhibition "Morgen kommt der Fensterputzer“ at Ruttkowski;68 in Düsseldorf.
Black coal and hot steel, post-war years and economic miracles – contributory factors that shape a person for life; from the use of leftovers and improvisations, through the hard material of everyday life to a laconic humour. Meuser combines found material, mostly iron and steel elements, into abstract entities with metaphorical references. He further adds a distortion to these objects by applying paint or by hanging them.

While Meuser’s earlier works of untreated steel were mostly cleary recognizable as being from the construction industry, steel skeletons and double-T girders, his current works increasingly evoke the playful basic element of modern architecture, plasticity and transparency, without any functionality. The titles of the artworks are also connected to this, freely placed in space – a kind of abstraction that becomes a Dadaist reflection on form and shape.

As a bold conglomerate of his masters Joseph Beuys and Erwin Heerich, as well as a Ruhr prodigy of German Abstract Expressionism, Meuser creates sculptural as well as pictorial three-dimensional realities of banal beauty.

Text:
Gregor Jansen

Richie Culver Untitled2023Lacquer on canvas 200 x 180 cm78 3/4 x 70 7/8 in Unique
02/28/2023

Richie Culver
Untitled
2023
Lacquer on canvas
200 x 180 cm
78 3/4 x 70 7/8 in
Unique

Filippo Minelli Paisagem C/N2022Enamel and acrylic on canvas 215 x 510 cm84 5/8 x 200 3/4 in Unique
02/27/2023

Filippo Minelli
Paisagem C/N
2022
Enamel and acrylic on canvas
215 x 510 cm
84 5/8 x 200 3/4 in
Unique

Düsseldorf:Save the dateMeuserMorgen kommt der FensterputzerOpening next FridayMarch 37–9 pmMeuser (b. 1947 in Essen, DE...
02/26/2023

Düsseldorf:

Save the date

Meuser
Morgen kommt der Fensterputzer

Opening next Friday
March 3
7–9 pm

Meuser (b. 1947 in Essen, DE) presents his first solo exhibition "Morgen kommt der Fensterputzer“ at Ruttkowski;68 in Düsseldorf.
Black coal and hot steel, post-war years and economic miracles – contributory factors that shape a person for life; from the use of leftovers and improvisations, through the hard material of everyday life to a laconic humour. Meuser combines found material, mostly iron and steel elements, into abstract entities with metaphorical references. He further adds a distortion to these objects by applying paint or by hanging them.

While Meuser’s earlier works of untreated steel were mostly cleary recognizable as being from the construction industry, steel skeletons and double-T girders, his current works increasingly evoke the playful basic element of modern architecture, plasticity and transparency, without any functionality. The titles of the artworks are also connected to this, freely placed in space – a kind of abstraction that becomes a Dadaist reflection on form and shape.

As a bold conglomerate of his masters Joseph Beuys and Erwin Heerich, as well as a Ruhr prodigy of German Abstract Expressionism, Meuser creates sculptural as well as pictorial three-dimensional realities of banal beauty.

Text: Gregor Jansen

PARIS:Last weekend to see Luciano Calderon presents his third solo exhibition "VITAMINAS" with Ruttkowski;68 in Paris. A...
02/25/2023

PARIS:

Last weekend to see

Luciano Calderon presents his third solo exhibition "VITAMINAS" with Ruttkowski;68 in Paris. An
autobiographical narrative of personal imprints is at the center of his art, which for the viewer
allows trips or excursions into other realities of life.
As if the European influences had sharpened his eye for beauty, particularity, implicit as well as
explicit features of everyday life in Latin America, Calderon depicts its aesthetics in a detailed and
authentic way. Through his own visual language that makes use of vibrant and intense colors,
shapes and references, he processes influences into an unpretentious and accessible art. By
picking up symbols, writings, advertisements, and products from encounters, memories, and
photographs, personal excerpts emerge. Their identity-creating effect is thus transported onto
the canvas and, in their appropriation, allows personal compositions to emerge. They form a kind
of bridge between academic-institutional conception about art and aesthetics as well as an
unadulterated creativity, which values the unpretentious, the unadjusted and spontaneous.
Paying homage to his greatest source of inspiration, Calderon deals with his own immersive
nostalgia echoing in homesickness and a dull longing for its incomparable authenticity.

DÜSSELDORF:Last weekend to seeJosé María Yturralde presents his first solo exhibition Transfinito at Ruttkowski;68 in Dü...
02/25/2023

DÜSSELDORF:

Last weekend to see

José María Yturralde presents his first solo exhibition Transfinito at Ruttkowski;68 in Düsseldorf.
His body of work includes multiple techniques and medias, such as lasers, holography, engines,
computers, wood, plastic and countless more. What he depicts is immanently rooted in geometric forms,
in underlying mathematical concepts, that serve as tools for understanding form, structure and
composition of the worldly constitution.
Through his work he approaches fundamental questions that do not expect to be answered but
consciously examined through the means of art. These are questions whose scope elude human
comprehension - and yet never lose their attraction. Questions that pose more riddles the longer one deals
with them and that are surrounded by a mystery of plurality that makes unambiguity impossible.
Yturralde addresses nothing less than space, time, infinity and beyond – between emptiness and
wholeness, void and totality – while not aiming to map or illustrate them, but rather to reflect upon and
explore through emotional resonances created by confronting their inherent unsolved mysteries.
Art as a sensual knowledge can illuminate natural forces such as gravity, energy, quantum entanglement
or the ongoing evolution of the human consciousness and hereby transcend infinity

NEW YORK:Opening tomorrow Friday, February 24th, 6-8 PMRichie Culver Quiet HusbandWoke up in the evening Pray for me Six...
02/23/2023

NEW YORK:

Opening tomorrow
Friday, February 24th, 6-8 PM

Richie Culver
Quiet Husband

Woke up in the evening 

Pray for me 

Six bottles of p**s stand like trophies next to this sofa that I call a bed 

Leave your keys on the table and don’t come home 

That was all she wrote 

I can’t read and I’ve never been on a plane 

So ignorance is bliss in a mind like this 

A methadone-like haze drifts in from there 

I’ll reply later 

I’d rather be broke than skint 

I’d rather be rich than dead 

In this sunken cavity in which I dwell 

No prescription needed 
No advice wanted 

The lights were too bright
Just like they warned me 

Time after time they warned me 

Underground flower what’s your name 

The light at the end is a flame 

The p**s in the bottles overflow 

Time goes slow 

It’s gonna be a good Christmas this year

Our year 

Credit card  fraud on the hottest day of the year 

There’s been a white van parked outside my Mothers house all year 

Quiet 
Quiet 

Keeping quietness at bay 

I believe in God when things are going my way 

My way 

Frank Sinatra
My way

Play it at my funeral 

But it’s the voice inside my heads way 

It’s always been that way 

Never been my way 

Would you cry if I died
Would you come to my funeral and cry again 
again and again 
again and again 

I wanna eat at those posh restaurants that let you pay at the end 

I hope God doesn’t make me pay at the end.

PARIS:On display through February 26th Luciano Calderon presents his third solo exhibition "VITAMINAS" with Ruttkowski;6...
02/22/2023

PARIS:

On display through February 26th

Luciano Calderon presents his third solo exhibition "VITAMINAS" with Ruttkowski;68 in Paris. An
autobiographical narrative of personal imprints is at the center of his art, which for the viewer
allows trips or excursions into other realities of life.
As if the European influences had sharpened his eye for beauty, particularity, implicit as well as
explicit features of everyday life in Latin America, Calderon depicts its aesthetics in a detailed and
authentic way. Through his own visual language that makes use of vibrant and intense colors,
shapes and references, he processes influences into an unpretentious and accessible art. By
picking up symbols, writings, advertisements, and products from encounters, memories, and
photographs, personal excerpts emerge. Their identity-creating effect is thus transported onto
the canvas and, in their appropriation, allows personal compositions to emerge. They form a kind
of bridge between academic-institutional conception about art and aesthetics as well as an
unadulterated creativity, which values the unpretentious, the unadjusted and spontaneous.
Paying homage to his greatest source of inspiration, Calderon deals with his own immersive
nostalgia echoing in homesickness and a dull longing for its incomparable authenticity.

José María Yturralde Eón2019Acrylic on canvas 190 x 190 cm74 3/4 x 74 3/4 in Unique
02/22/2023

José María Yturralde
Eón
2019
Acrylic on canvas
190 x 190 cm
74 3/4 x 74 3/4 in
Unique

NEW YORK:Save the date24.02.23 - 01.04.23Richie Culver Quiet HusbandOpening reception,Friday, February 24th, 6-8 PMWoke ...
02/19/2023

NEW YORK:

Save the date

24.02.23 - 01.04.23

Richie Culver
Quiet Husband

Opening reception,
Friday, February 24th,
6-8 PM

Woke up in the evening 

Pray for me 

Six bottles of p**s stand like trophies next to this sofa that I call a bed 

Leave your keys on the table and don’t come home 

That was all she wrote 

I can’t read and I’ve never been on a plane 

So ignorance is bliss in a mind like this 

A methadone-like haze drifts in from there 

I’ll reply later 

I’d rather be broke than skint 

I’d rather be rich than dead 

In this sunken cavity in which I dwell 

No prescription needed 
No advice wanted 

The lights were too bright
Just like they warned me 

Time after time they warned me 

Underground flower what’s your name 

The light at the end is a flame 

The p**s in the bottles overflow 

Time goes slow 

It’s gonna be a good Christmas this year

Our year 

Credit card  fraud on the hottest day of the year 

There’s been a white van parked outside my Mothers house all year 

Quiet 
Quiet 

Keeping quietness at bay 

I believe in God when things are going my way 

My way 

Frank Sinatra
My way

Play it at my funeral 

But it’s the voice inside my heads way 

It’s always been that way 

Never been my way 

Would you cry if I died
Would you come to my funeral and cry again 
again and again 
again and again 

I wanna eat at those posh restaurants that let you pay at the end 

I hope God doesn’t make me pay at the end.

NEW YORK:Save the dateWoke up in the evening Pray for me Six bottles of p**s stand like trophies next to this sofa that ...
02/19/2023

NEW YORK:

Save the date

Woke up in the evening 

Pray for me 

Six bottles of p**s stand like trophies next to this sofa that I call a bed 

Leave your keys on the table and don’t come home 

That was all she wrote 

I can’t read and I’ve never been on a plane 

So ignorance is bliss in a mind like this 

A methadone-like haze drifts in from there 

I’ll reply later 

I’d rather be broke than skint 

I’d rather be rich than dead 

In this sunken cavity in which I dwell 

No prescription needed 
No advice wanted 

The lights were too bright
Just like they warned me 

Time after time they warned me 

Underground flower what’s your name 

The light at the end is a flame 

The p**s in the bottles overflow 

Time goes slow 

It’s gonna be a good Christmas this year

Our year 

Credit card  fraud on the hottest day of the year 

There’s been a white van parked outside my Mothers house all year 

Quiet 
Quiet 

Keeping quietness at bay 

I believe in God when things are going my way 

My way 

Frank Sinatra
My way

Play it at my funeral 

But it’s the voice inside my heads way 

It’s always been that way 

Never been my way 

Would you cry if I died
Would you come to my funeral and cry again 
again and again 
again and again 

I wanna eat at those posh restaurants that let you pay at the end 

I hope God doesn’t make me pay at the end.

Antwan HorfeeIn Between Kate and The Herbs2022Acrylic on canvas150 x 150 cm, 59 x 59 in unique
02/17/2023

Antwan Horfee
In Between Kate and The Herbs
2022
Acrylic on canvas
150 x 150 cm, 59 x 59 in unique

NEW YORK:Last weekend to seeMixed Pickles 1246 Cortlandt Alley10013, NYRuttkowski;68 is more than pleased to announce it...
02/17/2023

NEW YORK:

Last weekend to see

Mixed Pickles 12

46 Cortlandt Alley
10013, NY

Ruttkowski;68 is more than pleased to announce its voyage overseas, the arrival at a new port, the beginning of new chapters. To celebrate the inauguration anticipated with great excitement, R;68 presents an extensive mash up of artists in well-known ‘Mixed Pickles’ tradition. The ongoing group show project has been realized in the past 12 years of the gallery‘s history alternating between Cologne, Düsseldorf, Berlin and Paris. High time to leave (or to expand?) the domestic realms and to contribute to the artistic dialogue across positions, time zones, oceans and cultures that comment on and cocreate a global zeitgeist.

With works by:

Adrian Falkner, Alicia McCarthy, Andreas Schulze, Ania Hobson, Antwan Horfee, Asger Carlsen, Barry McGee, Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Carolin Eidner, Christian Rex Van Minnen, Daniel Weissbach, Dennis Buck, Devin Troy Strother, Eric Winkler, Eva Beresin, Fabian Treiber, Filippo Minelli, Francesco Igory Deiana, François Halard, Frédéric Platéus, Friedrich Kunath, Russell Maurice, Guim Tió, Hendrik Beikirch, Henrik Godsk, Henrik Vibskov, Hoda Tawakol, Jane Margarette, Jårg Geismar, Joakim Ojanen, Jonathan Meese, Kare Frång, Katarina Janeckova, Katsu Sawada, Kevin Kemter, Luciano Calderon, Mario Picardo, Marria Pratts, Maryam Eivazi, Matt Dillon, Meuser, Mike Meiré, Monica Kim Garza, Noah Latif Lamp, Pablo Tomek, Parra, Peppi Bottrop, Philip Emde, Prosper Legault, Rade Petrasevic, Ricardo Passaporte, Richie Culver, Robert Janitz, Stefan Marx, Stefan Strumbel, Susan Te Kahurangi King, Tessa Perutz

NEW YORK:Last weekend to seeMixed Pickles 1246 Cortlandt Alley10013, NYRuttkowski;68 is more than pleased to announce it...
02/17/2023

NEW YORK:

Last weekend to see

Mixed Pickles 12

46 Cortlandt Alley
10013, NY

Ruttkowski;68 is more than pleased to announce its voyage overseas, the arrival at a new port, the beginning of new chapters. To celebrate the inauguration anticipated with great excitement, R;68 presents an extensive mash up of artists in well-known ‘Mixed Pickles’ tradition. The ongoing group show project has been realized in the past 12 years of the gallery‘s history alternating between Cologne, Düsseldorf, Berlin and Paris. High time to leave (or to expand?) the domestic realms and to contribute to the artistic dialogue across positions, time zones, oceans and cultures that comment on and cocreate a global zeitgeist.

With works by:

Adrian Falkner, Alicia McCarthy, Andreas Schulze, Ania Hobson, Antwan Horfee, Asger Carlsen, Barry McGee, Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Carolin Eidner, Christian Rex Van Minnen, Daniel Weissbach, Dennis Buck, Devin Troy Strother, Eric Winkler, Eva Beresin, Fabian Treiber, Filippo Minelli, Francesco Igory Deiana, François Halard, Frédéric Platéus, Friedrich Kunath, Russell Maurice, Guim Tió, Hendrik Beikirch, Henrik Godsk, Henrik Vibskov, Hoda Tawakol, Jane Margarette, Jårg Geismar, Joakim Ojanen, Jonathan Meese, Kare Frång, Katarina Janeckova, Katsu Sawada, Kevin Kemter, Luciano Calderon, Mario Picardo, Marria Pratts, Maryam Eivazi, Matt Dillon, Meuser, Mike Meiré, Monica Kim Garza, Noah Latif Lamp, Pablo Tomek, Parra, Peppi Bottrop, Philip Emde, Prosper Legault, Rade Petrasevic, Ricardo Passaporte, Richie Culver, Robert Janitz, Stefan Marx, Stefan Strumbel, Susan Te Kahurangi King, Tessa Perutz

Asger Carlsen BAXTER2011-2023Pigment print, framed 29,7 x 44,6 cm,11 3/4 x 17 1/2 in Edition of 5
02/16/2023

Asger Carlsen
BAXTER
2011-2023
Pigment print, framed 29,7 x 44,6 cm,
11 3/4 x 17 1/2 in
Edition of 5

Filippo Minelli Shape UK A/A2017fine art print on Ilford Lustre 330g 120 x 80 cm47 1/4 x 31 1/2 in Edition of 5 + 1AP
02/16/2023

Filippo Minelli
Shape UK A/A
2017
fine art print on Ilford Lustre 330g
120 x 80 cm
47 1/4 x 31 1/2 in
Edition of 5 + 1AP

José María Yturralde Eos2020Acrylic on canvas 190 x 190 cm74 3/4 x 74 3/4 in Unique
02/14/2023

José María Yturralde
Eos
2020
Acrylic on canvas
190 x 190 cm
74 3/4 x 74 3/4 in
Unique

NEW YORK:Mixed Pickles 12On display through February 18th 46 Cortlandt Alley10013, NYRuttkowski;68 is more than pleased ...
02/13/2023

NEW YORK:

Mixed Pickles 12

On display through February 18th

46 Cortlandt Alley
10013, NY

Ruttkowski;68 is more than pleased to announce its voyage overseas, the arrival at a new port, the beginning of new chapters. To celebrate the inauguration anticipated with great excitement, R;68 presents an extensive mash up of artists in well-known ‘Mixed Pickles’ tradition. The ongoing group show project has been realized in the past 12 years of the gallery‘s history alternating between Cologne, Düsseldorf, Berlin and Paris. High time to leave (or to expand?) the domestic realms and to contribute to the artistic dialogue across positions, time zones, oceans and cultures that comment on and cocreate a global zeitgeist.

With works by:

Adrian Falkner, Alicia McCarthy, Andreas Schulze, Ania Hobson, Antwan Horfee, Asger Carlsen, Barry McGee, Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Carolin Eidner, Christian Rex Van Minnen, Daniel Weissbach, Dennis Buck, Devin Troy Strother, Eric Winkler, Eva Beresin, Fabian Treiber, Filippo Minelli, Francesco Igory Deiana, François Halard, Frédéric Platéus, Friedrich Kunath, Russell Maurice, Guim Tió, Hendrik Beikirch, Henrik Godsk, Henrik Vibskov, Hoda Tawakol, Jane Margarette, Jårg Geismar, Joakim Ojanen, Jonathan Meese, Kare Frång, Katarina Janeckova, Katsu Sawada, Kevin Kemter, Luciano Calderon, Mario Picardo, Marria Pratts, Maryam Eivazi, Matt Dillon, Meuser, Mike Meiré, Monica Kim Garza, Noah Latif Lamp, Pablo Tomek, Parra, Peppi Bottrop, Philip Emde, Prosper Legault, Rade Petrasevic, Ricardo Passaporte, Richie Culver, Robert Janitz, Stefan Marx, Stefan Strumbel, Susan Te Kahurangi King, Tessa Perutz

Filippo Minelli Shape US B/O2014Fine art print on Ilford Lustre 330g 80 x 120 cm31 1/2 x 47 1/4 in Edition of 5 + 1AP
02/12/2023

Filippo Minelli Shape
US B/O
2014
Fine art print on Ilford Lustre 330g
80 x 120 cm
31 1/2 x 47 1/4 in
Edition of 5 + 1AP

Susan Te Kahurangi King Untitled1957Graphite on found paper, framed26.5 x 20.6 cm, 10 3/8 x 8 1/8 in Unique
02/10/2023

Susan Te Kahurangi King Untitled
1957
Graphite on found paper, framed
26.5 x 20.6 cm,
10 3/8 x 8 1/8 in
Unique

José María Yturralde Antheia (Serie Horizontes)2015Acrylic on canvas 170 x 187 cm 66 7/8 x 73 5/8 in Unique
02/09/2023

José María Yturralde Antheia (Serie Horizontes)
2015
Acrylic on canvas
170 x 187 cm
66 7/8 x 73 5/8 in
Unique

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