post-title SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT | Group Show in four locations | Crone + Crone Side (Berlin + Wien) | 19.03.-24.04.2021

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT | Group Show in four locations | Crone + Crone Side (Berlin + Wien) | 19.03.-24.04.2021

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT | Group Show in four locations | Crone + Crone Side (Berlin + Wien) | 19.03.-24.04.2021

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT | Group Show in four locations | Crone + Crone Side (Berlin + Wien) | 19.03.-24.04.2021

until 24.04. | #3000ARTatBerlin | Crone shows since 19th March 2021 die exhibition SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT with art from Germany and Austria simultaneously in all four gallery and exhibition spaces: Crone Berlin, Crone Vienna, Crone Side Berlin and Crone Side Vienna. In addition, the exhibitions can be viewed online.

Same Same but Different – Art from Germany and Austria explores the question of what differences and similarities exist in the art scenes of the two neighboring countries. There will be around 80 works on display by well-known artists from Germany and Austria who have had a lasting influence on the art scene in these countries. The exhibition will cover the period from 1945 to the present day, divided into four sections.

The exhibition is curated by the art historian and author Sebastian C. Strenger. Through the selection of works he shows the connecting and border lines in the art production of the two countries, which are attributed to a common cultural circle and are connected by the same language, but are nevertheless each shaped by their own particularities. Thus, for example, Viennese Actionism is juxtaposed with the German Fluxus scene, the interlacing in the painting of the early 1980s is demonstrated, and the aesthetic drive of one scene is set in relation to the conceptual choices of the other. The works will be used to trace which impulse dominates and which goal is primarily pursued: the emotional, intuitive, gestural – or the rational, analytical, enlightening.

Same Same but Different will be presented simultaneously at both locations of Galerie Crone, in Berlin and Vienna. The exhibition thus spans four venues with approximately 1,200 square meters: Crone Vienna in the Eschenbachgasse gallery district, Crone Side Vienna in the Herrengasse high-rise, Crone Berlin in the Charlottenburg Art District, and Crone Side Berlin, opposite the old Tempelhof Airport.

 

ART at Berlin - Crone Vienna - Ausstellungsansicht 1
Crone Vienna, Ausstellungsansicht GANZ ANDERS GLEICH, rechts: Marcel Odenbach, Das große Fenster, 2001 (Film Still)

Die Ausstellung wird von dem Kunsthistoriker und Autor Sebastian C. Strenger kuratiert. Durch die Auswahl der Werke zeigt er die Verbindungs- und Grenzlinien in der Kunstproduktion zweier Länder auf, die einem gemeinsamen Kulturkreis zugerechnet werden und durch die selbe Sprache verbunden sind, aber dennoch jeweils von eigenen Spezifika geprägt werden. So wird beispielsweise der Wiener Aktionismus der deutschen Fluxus-Szene gegenübergestellt, die Verflechtung in der Malerei der frühen 1980er Jahre aufgezeigt und der ästhetische Antrieb der einen Szene mit dem konzeptionellen Prärogativ der anderen ins Verhältnis gesetzt. Anhand der Arbeiten wird nachvollziehbar, welcher Impuls dominiert und welches Ziel vorrangig verfolgt wird: Das Emotionale, Intuitive, Gestische. Oder das Rationale, Analytische, Aufklärerische.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Crone Vienna - Marcel Odenbach 2001 - Film still
Crone Vienna: Marcel Odenbach, Das große Fenster, 2001 (Film Still)

„Ganz anders gleich“ wird sowohl in den Berliner als auch Wiener Galerie- und Ausstellungsräumen gleichzeitig präsentiert. Die Ausstellung erstreckt sich somit auf vier Schauplätze mit insgesamt rund 1.200 Quadratmetern: Crone Wien im Galerienviertel Eschenbachgasse, Crone Side Vienna im Herrengasse-Hochhaus, Crone Berlin im Charlottenburger Art District und Crone Side Berlin beim alten Tempelhofer Flughafen.

ART at Berlin - Crone Vienna - Ausstellungsansicht 2
Crone Vienna, Ausstellungsansicht GANZ ANDERS GLEICH

The four exhibition spaces are connected by digital visualizations that can be seen on screens on site and online on the gallery website.

ART at Berlin - Crone Side Vienna - Ausstellungsansicht 3
Crone Side Vienna, Ausstellungsansicht GANZ ANDERS GLEICH

With works by the artists:

Kai Althoff, Joannis Avramidis, Georg Baselitz, Bernd und Hilla Becher, Joseph Beuys, Irma Blank, John Bock, Monica Bonvicini, Madeleine Boschan, Jenny Brosinski, Günter Brus, Herbert Brandl, Werner Büttner, Hanne Darboven, Josef Dabernig, Carola Dertnig, Maria Eichhorn, Valie Export, Judith Fegerl, Padhi Frieberger, Gelitin, Isa Genzken, Bruno Gironcoli, Katharina Grosse, Xenia Hausner, Jeppe Hein, Georg Herold, Eva Hesse, Gregor Hildebrand, Candida Höfer, Rebecca Horn, Dorothy Iannone, Sergej Jensen, Helmut und Johanna Kandl, Anselm Kiefer, Martin Kippenberger, Jakob Lena Knebl, Imi Knoebel, Brigitte Kowanz, Clemens Krauss, Daniel Lergon, Constantin Luser, Inge Mahn, Jonathan Meese, Olaf Metzel, Otto Mühl, Robert Muntean, Carsten Nicolai, Hermann Nitsch, Nick Oberthaler, Oswald Oberhuber, Marcel Odenbach, Albert Oehlen, A. R. Penck, Sigmar Polke, Arnulf Rainer, Stefan Reiterer, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Dieter Roth, Hubert Scheibl, Ashley Hans Scheirl, Eva Schlegel, Friedrich Schröder-Sonnenstern, Thomas Schütte, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Daniel Spoerri, Esther Stocker, Katja Strunz, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosemarie Trockel, Amelie von Wulffen, Maja Vukoje, Franz West, Otto Zitko

Exhibition period: Thursday, 19th March to Saturday, 24th April 2021

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Exhibition SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT – Crone Berlin + Vienna | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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