Reductive Non Objective
Wedge XII, 2017
e9a – projectspace for abstract and minimal art
September 17 – October 15, 2017
Hours: Wed and Fri 3–7 pm, Sat 10 am – 2 pm and by appointment
Opening: Saturday, September 16, 7–10 pm
Curated by Werner Windisch and Billy Gruner.
Participating artists: Richard van der Aa (FR), Wahida Azhari (DE), Arvid Boecker (DE), René van den Bosch (NL), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Edgar Diehl (DE), Fabian Freese (DE), Daniel Göttin (CH), Christiane Grimm (DE), Billy Gruner (AU), Tilman Hoepfl (DE), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Sarah Keighery (AU), Jürgen Oschwald (DE), Frank Piasta (DE), Steffen Schiemann (DE), Reinhard Wiedemer (DE), Werner Windisch (DE).
Young Collectors at IS-projects
Drie Octoberstraat 16A
2313 ZP Leiden
Hours: September 26 and 27, 12–6 pm (during Kunstroute Leiden) and by appointment through October 25
Opening reception: Sunday, September 20, 2015, 3 pm
Wedge (multiple) I, 2015, 32×25×12 cm, paint on wood
is based in Miel (near Bonn, Germany) and brings contemporary fresh and affordable artworks from renowned artists to new audiences. The works are often made in small series.
The newest series, on display at IS-projects, consists of works by Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (The Netherlands), Noel Ivanov (New Zealand), Sakir Gökcebag (Turkey) and Léopoldine Roux (France). In addition, works by Dieter Balzer, Gereon Krebber, Gisela Hoffmann, Frank Piasta, Martijn Schuppers and others are shown.
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog presents Wedge (multiple) I.
Wedge V, 2014, 57x22x15 cm. Photos: Roland de Jong Orlando.
Museumsplatz 1 / Weststraße 98
November 9, 2014 – January 25, 2015
Hours: Tue–Fri 2–6 pm, Sat–Sun and holidays 11 am – 6 pm
The exhibition Dahlhausen viral is curated by the German artist and art collector Christoph Dahlhausen (1960). He smuggles his ‘art viruses’ into the Kunstmuseum Ahlen and contaminates the actual presentation of the museum’s collection with ‘strange’ art works. Some of them are taken from Dahlhausen’s private art collection, others sprout from his collaboration with colleagues from his international network. The result is an exhibition with frictions; surprising and contrasting settings change the perception of what is familiar and seemingly secure.
Wedge VII, 2014, 66x32x23 cm
Aljoscha, John Armleder, Kirstin Arndt, Linda Arts, James Lee Byars, Christoph Dahlhausen, Kevin Finklea, Michael Graeve,
Herbert Hamak, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog,
Gilbert Hsiao, Rocio Infestas, Roland de Jong Orlando, Heike Kern, Simon Morris, John Nixon, Frank Piasta,
Fernando Rascon, Rolf Rose, David Sequeira,
Elisabeth Sonneck, Serge Spitzer, Rainer Splitt,
Alex Spremberg, David Thomas, Piet Tuytel, Guido Winkler, Andrea Zittel.