post-title Jordan Wolfson | Schinkel Pavillon | 10.02.–01.04.2018

Jordan Wolfson | Schinkel Pavillon | 10.02.–01.04.2018

Jordan Wolfson | Schinkel Pavillon | 10.02.–01.04.2018

Jordan Wolfson | Schinkel Pavillon | 10.02.–01.04.2018

until 01.04. | #1841ARTatBerlin | Schinkel Pavillon shows from 10th February 2018 the exhibition by the artist Jordan Wolfson.

For further details about this exhibition please change to the German version of ART@Berlin, because the gallery just provided an exhibition description in German language by now. This is how easy it works: See the little flag in the upper right corner? Perfect! With this button you can switch from German to English (and back again) on nearly every side of ART@Berlin. Just press this language button and in an instant you will be forwarded to the article in German language. If you exceptionally are forwarded to the mainpage, there is no translation existing. Bis gleich!

Jordan Wolfson (*1980) lives and works in New York. Solo Exhibitions at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2017; LUMA Foundation, Arles, 2016; Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, 2015; CCS Bard Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson, 2014; S.M.A.K. Ghent, 2013; Kunsthalle Wien, 2012; CCA Wattis, San Francisco, 2009; Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art, New York, 2008; Kunsthalle Zürich, 2004.

Vernissage: Friday, 09th February 2018, 7 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 10th February to 1st April 2018

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Image caption: Riverboat Song, 2017, Videostill

Exhibition Jordan Wolfson – Schinkel Pavillon  | Contemporary Art Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin






Riverboat Song, 2017


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