On the occasion of the conference ‚Folding the Page‘ at Tate, Erica Baum held a Keynote Speech about her Art – Friday 25th November 2022.
Klemm’s and Kadel Willborn are pleased to present, //TWO/\FOLD\\\ & \\\TWO\\\ ///FOLD///, the first double exhibition by co-represented artist Keltie Ferris. The conception and selection of the works were specially created for both galleries in Düsseldorf and Berlin and impressively combine Keltie Ferris’ workflow of the last two years.
Klemm’s is thrilled to be again part of this year’s edition of K60 HALLEN #3!
Here is look at behind the scenes.
Ahead of Leelee Chan’s solo exhibition Antinomies we have collected here recent press articles on the artist and her practice.
We are delighted to share the episode #012 of ‚Talking Heads‘ the Weserburg podcast series, featuring Viktoria Binschtok!
Peter Halley and Keltie Ferris first met sometime in the mid-2000s, at the height of the abstract painting revival. Halley, a pioneering Neo-Conceptualist renowned for his disciplined grids, was head of painting and printmaking at the Yale School of Art; Ferris, a graduate student with a knack for wielding fluid materials like spray paint.
We are delighted to share with you the recent episode of ‚Radio Arty‘ on Berlin’s FluxFM, this time with Sven Johne.
Live from her residency at the Onassis Foundation in Athens, the artist Émilie Pitoiset (b. 1980 in Noisy Le Grand, FR), put together a playlist of tracks that have an influence or that accompany her artistic practice.
The artist Sven Johne in conversation with curator Ingo Clauß. Sven Johne, born in 1976 in Bergen auf Rügen, describes himself as belonging to an in-between generation. (Conversation in German).
On the occasion of the 9th installment of our ‘@ Home series’ we are delighted to share a poolside view of Elizabeth Jaeger’s ‘Bird (#6) at the house of Nicolas Kecskemethy in Lima, Peru.