In times of globalization and digitalization, our life, our work and our communication are changing rapidly and in a sustainable way. With the ever-present digital image production and reproduction, especially on social networks, our use and our perception of images are also constantly changing. For the image impressions, image worlds and image contexts in front of our eyes have never been so varied and simultaneously so fleeting. If art serves as a mirror of the time, it is not surprising that artists are investigating the changes to the appearance and perception of images. The exhibition "Point of View. How Images become " combines works that aggressively present the constitution and conversion of artistic images –thereby plumbing the present. They refer to their creation, reveal different views or temporary conditions and thus displace the visible from the level of Being to the level of Becoming. At the same time, the view of the observer, their perception and meaning, is challenged in the genesis of the image. For if a departure from statically specified (image) shapes has taken place in art, a permanently determined perception of art is then in doubt. Change is ever-present – in our everyday world and in art. Observing it means constantly discovering novelty – Seeing is a point of view!
“Change of Perspective - Works from the Collection”
A collector and his personal selection: Starting Sunday, March 18, 2018, "Kunstraum Alexander Bürkle" in Freiburg will be showing the exhibition "Change of Perspective - Works from the Collection”, among others with works by Rudolf de Crignis, Rupprecht Geiger, Günter Umberg, James Turrell, Brigitte Kowanz, Reto Boller and Takehito Koganezawa. Art collector Paul Ege has made a personal selection for the exhibition, with which he questions the collection about its characteristics. In addition to prominent and accomplished artists, he has also included young, aspiring artists such as Sebastian Dannenberg (*1980) and Andreas von Ow (*1981).
Artists of the exhibition:
Reto Boller (*1966 Zurich/Switzerland)
Rudolf de Crignis (born 1948 Winterthur/Switzerland, † 2006 New York/NY/USA)
Group exhibition from 08. October 2017 until 25. February 2018
Featured artists (preliminary):
Jill Baroff, Viktoria Binschtok, Hanne Darboven, Peter Dreher, Philipp Goldbach, Katrin Herzner, On Kawara, Nick Koppenhagen, Ingo Meller, Helen Mirra, Susan Morris, Andrea Ostermeyer, Peter Piller, Maria Tackmann, Matten Vogel, Daniel Wrede, Ulrich Wüst
with Max Cole, Anna Leonie, Richard Long, Agnes Martin, Vera Mayer, Michael Rouillard, Natalia Stachon, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Freya Richter, Winston Roeth, Adrian Schiess, Sam Szembek, Michel Verjux, Dieter Villinger
Tauba Auerbach, Robert Barry, Daniel Buren, Daniel Göttin, Katharina Hinsberg, Sol LeWitt, François Morellet, David Reed, Gerhard Richter, Dieter Roth, Richard Tuttle, Peter Tollens, Markus Weggenmann, Christopher Wool, Beat Zoderer
Featuring works byAgnes Martin, Frank Badur, Rudolf de Crignis, Carl Andre, Sol LeWitt, Lori Hersberger, Michael Reisch, Ulrich Rückriem, Axel Hütte, Gerhard Hoehme, Joachim Bandau, Rolf-Gunter Dienst, Piero Dorazio, Edgar Hofschen, Werner Knaup, Alf Schuler, Joseph Egan, Julius Bissier, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Günter Umberg, Winston Roeth, Peter Tollens, Elisabeth Vary, Richard Long, Marcia Hafif, Michael Rouillard, Dieter Villinger, Robert Ryman, Joseph Marioni, Max Cole, Phil Sims, Russell Maltz, Josef Albers et al.
Frank Badur, Joachim Bandau, Rudolf de Crignis, Dan Flavin, Werner Haypeter, Katharina Hinsberg, Schirin Kretschmann, Thomas Müller, Adrian Schiess, Phil Sims, Brigitte Stahl, Anne Sterzbach, Peter Tollens, Richard Tuttle
Frank Badur, Antonio Calderara, Julius Bissier, Alan Charlton, Rudolf de Crignis, Peter Dreher, Dan Flavin, Günter Fruhtrunk, Raimund Girke, Bernhard Härtter, Marcia Hafif, Christian Herdeg, Lori Hersberger, Donald Judd, Ed Ruscha, Christian F. Kintz, Joseph Marioni, Michael Reisch, Thomas Kaminsky, Adrian Schiess, Phil Sims, Gerhard Wittner, Günter Umberg, Dieter Villinger, Ulrich Wellmann, Peter Tollens, Richard Long, David Rabinowitch
Carola Bark, Stephan Baumkötter, Max Cole, Rudolf de Crignis, Christian Herdeg, Katharina Hinsberg, Norbert Kricke, Thomas Müller, Dirk Rathke, Freya Richter, Fred Sandback, Anne Sterzbach, Gerhard Wittner, Isabel Zuber
Wang Shaochun, Wang Weiyi, Zhang Meng, Schirin Kretschmann, Sun Peng, Leni Hoffmann, Qu Jianxiong, Jiang Lu, Stefanie Gerhardt, Katrin Heister, Mateusz Budasz and Ariane Faller, Deng Guoyuan, Beatrice Adler, Bernhard Bretz and Matthias Holliger.