post-title SMALL – an exploration of miniature | Group exhibition | Sexauer Gallery | 21.01.-11.02.2017

SMALL – an exploration of miniature | Group exhibition | Sexauer Gallery | 21.01.-11.02.2017

SMALL – an exploration of miniature | Group exhibition | Sexauer Gallery | 21.01.-11.02.2017

SMALL – an exploration of miniature | Group exhibition | Sexauer Gallery | 21.01.-11.02.2017

until 11.02. | #1008ARTatBerlin | Sexauer Gallery presents from 21th January 2017 the group exhibition “SMALL – an exploration of miniature “.

With the artists:
Tjorg Douglas Beer, Dirk Bell, Julius von Bismarck, Fritz Bornstück, Carla Chan, Su Hwan Choi, Jeff Cowen, Zuzanna Czebatul, Björn Dahlem, Roger Eberhard, Martin Eder, Janine Eggert & Philipp Ricklefs, Yassir Ali Eldalaty, Lorenz Estermann, Ornella Fieres, Pius Fox, Jay Gard, Andreas Golder, Amélie Grözinger, Philip Grözinger, Gregor Hildebrandt, John Isaacs, Jeffrey James, Michelle Jezierski, Klaus Jörres, Markus Keibel, Felix Kiessling, Caroline Kryzecki, Lindsay Lawson, Florian Meisenberg, Bjørn Melhus, Toshihiko Mitsuya, David Nicholson, Przemek Pyszczek, Anselm Reyle, Peter Rösel, Michael Sailstorfer, Erik Schmidt, Pola Sieverding, Katja Strunz, Philip Topolovac, Iris Touliatou, Ulrich Urban, Elmar Vestner, Anna Vogel, Jorinde Voigt, Thomas Zipp, curated by Juliet Kothe und Annika von Taube (Ausstellung designed von Jay Gard)

Miniature is a matter of perspective. When you look at the small it is not about centimeters but about relations, references, and a special way of seeing. Miniatures can be representatives. The small forces us to take a close look. The miniature is an experimental space and a projecting surface. In his Poetics of Space, Gaston Bachelard called miniatures „happy spaces“ in which the world is a handy reflection. But even though we often refer the small to the good and contemplative, the miniature is not a purely utopian space after all. Over the past decades, it was especially the art which has repeatedly been infiltrated by horror. Reduction enables images which cannot be shown on a large scale. More than forty artists will be showing their perspective on the miniature through forms of reduction, compression or references in different media from painting to video. The artist Jay Gard will design the exhibition architecture. (excerpts from a text by Saskia Trebing)

Vernissage: Friday, 20th January 2017, 6 to 9 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 21th January to Saturday, 11th February 2017

Zur Sexauer Gallery

 

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