Rirkrit Tiravanija and Yutaka Sone at Salon Dahlman, Berlin
Yutaka Sone Paradise is Now: Palm Trees in Art27.04.2017
Curated by Robert Grunenberg
Artists: John Baldessari, Juliette Blightman, Marcel Broodthaers, Rodney Graham, Secundino Hernández, Gregor Hildebrandt, David Hockney, Stefan Knauf, Joonas Kota, Alicja Kwade, Talisa Lallai, Mevlana Lipp, Sarah Ortmeyer, Sigmar Polke, Bruno V. Roels, Ed Ruscha, Raf Simons, Yutaka Sone & Rirkrit Tiravanija, Simon Speiser, Henning Strassburger, Vivian Suter, Barthélémy Togu
Salon Dahlman 27.4 – 30.6.2018
Opening: Thursday, 26 April 2018, 6 pm
Opening at Gert Robijns’ RESETHOME
Gert Robijns Luc Tuymans: The Swamp9.04.2017
On 9 April 2017, RESETHOME will welcome its first illustrious guest, the artist Luc Tuymans, with his solo exhibition ‘THE SWAMP’. Luc Tuymans is one of the few artists who, from the 90ies onwards, continually questioned and redefined painting, thereby recalibrating the medium’s potential on a global scale.
RESETHOME is a sculpture, an artist residency and an exhibition venue combined. Conceived and built by the Belgian artist Gert Robijns in the footprint of his grandmother’s former home, as a free space for art, RESETHOME is dedicated to bringing artists and audiences together in the village of Borgloon, Limburg.
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Yutaka Sone Travel 1987—881.09.2016
In 1989 Sone made a selection from these slides, which are presented together as a thematic whole. In light of the far-reaching impact of current events in the Middle East the work has taken on an array of poignant overtones, given the fact that a significant portion of the buildings he photographed have since been destroyed, just as a number of the individuals he portrayed have either been killed or seen their lives drastically overturned.
Yutaka Sone’s Travel 1987—88, compiled by the artist in 89, will be presented at Muhka INBOX for the first time, from 13 - 29 January 2017.
Gert Robijns RESET, a film by Aldine Reinink26.04.2016
RESETHOME is Gert Robijns’ sculptural re-invention of his grandmother’s former home in Gotem. In 2012, the year his grandmother moved into a nursing home, he purchased the building and dismantled it, leaving only the two main supporting walls standing. Ten centimeters further on, he started re-building the house as a monumental sculpture that combines personal memorial and innovation in a new platform for the production and presentation of contemporary art.