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post-title Ian Kiaer | Endnote, yellow | Galerie Barbara Wien | 14.11.2020-06.02.2021

Ian Kiaer | Endnote, yellow | Galerie Barbara Wien | 14.11.2020-06.02.2021

Ian Kiaer | Endnote, yellow | Galerie Barbara Wien | 14.11.2020-06.02.2021

Ian Kiaer | Endnote, yellow | Galerie Barbara Wien | 14.11.2020-06.02.2021

until 05.02. | #2914ARTatBerlin | Galerie Barbara Wien presents from 14th November 2020 the exhibition Endnote, yellow by the artist Ian Kiaer.

Ian Kiaer’s Endnote projects began in 2010. Like marginal notes, he developed and adjusted these works as configurations of fragmented models. He has conceived an approach to painting as a ‘minor’ form with each of his installations linking to a thinker, writer or architect. Through two essays, an extended interview and numerous illustrations, this book offers the opportunity to revisit some of his main works and exhibitions over the last 10 years.

Ian Kiaer’s new monograph “Endnote, Tooth” is available and can be signed at the opening.

Vernissage: Saturday, 14 November 2020, noon – 6 pm, Ian Kiaer is in town, so there will be a talk with the artist after a tour of the exhibition.

Exhibition dates: Saturday, 14 November 2020 – Saturday, 6 February 2021

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Image caption: Ian Kiaer, Toothhouse Ceiling 2014 – 2020, detail, Photo Guenzel Rademacher,

Exhibition Ian Kiaer – Galerie Barbara Wien | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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