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André Butzer, Günther Förg et al.

Aftermieter (group show)
Haus Modräth - Räume für Kunst, Kerpen
23 April 2017 - 15 November 2018

Installation view. Courtesy Haus Mödrath. Photo: Simon Vogel.
Installation view. Courtesy Haus Mödrath. Photo: Simon Vogel.

Haus Mödrath - Räume für Kunst will open in April 2017 with the exhibition Aftermieter (Day Roomer), curated by Veit Loers. Quite a few of the about 20 participating international artists have visited Mödrath and are working on their ideas. The focus is on the house itself: civilization and domesticated nature. An abysmal transformation on many levels: from society to individual, from resident to artefact, from animalism to altruism, from artistic strategy to epiphany, from Günther Förg to Eva Kotátková, from Kris Lemsalu to Neil Beloufa – all the way from the cellar to the attic. Next to internationally renowned artists like Andreas Slominski, Michaela Eichwald, Georg Herold, Ed Atkins or Katja Novitskova there are new and re-discoveries like Ajay Kurian and Eric Bainbridge. Several site-specific works will be exclusively produced for this premiere.

Haus Mödrath


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Günther Förg

Günther Förg - A Fragile Beauty (solo show)
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
26 May – 14 October 2018

Günther Förg, Farbfeld, 1989
Günther Förg, Farbfeld, 1989

Since the 1980s, the work of the German artist Günther Förg (1952-2013) has been the subject of a great many exhibitions, publications and critical debate. The Stedelijk Museum is preparing to stage the first major retrospective of Förg’s work since his death.

As one of the seminal figures in late 20th century German art, Förg steered a singular course between conceptual photography and the so-called ‘Becher-Schule’ on the one hand, and a more formal exploration of the boundaries between figuration and abstraction on the other.

A Fragile Beauty illuminates the richness, complexity and broad scope of his work. The show features a wide spectrum of disciplines, such as wall paintings, photography and sculpture, in addition to a significant selection of paintings created between 1973 and 2010, made on canvas, wood, aluminium and lead, among other things.

The survey will feature works from the holdings of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the estate of the artist, and international public and private collections. A number of the artworks have never previously been on public display.

The Stedelijk is developing the exhibition Günther Förg – A Fragile Beauty in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Art.

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


Günther Förg

Geschenk Papier. Von Dürer bis Grosz (group show)
Kunsthalle Bremen, Bremen
29 November 2017 - 1 April 2018


Günther Förg

Gemälde, Bleibilder und Werke auf Papier 1976–2007 (solo show)
Kunstverein Reutlingen, Reutlingen
27 May – 5 August 2018


André Butzer

André Butzer (solo show)
IKOB, Museum of Contemporary Art, Eupen
17 January - 4 March 2018

André Butzer, Schutztod (Teil 1), 1999 © André Butzer
André Butzer, Schutztod (Teil 1), 1999 © André Butzer

In his first solo exhibition in Belgium, the well-known painter André Butzer (* 1973 in Stuttgart, Germany) is presenting a visually stunning survey of the recent decades of his still-young oeuvre. The central argument of this exhibition involves the theme of omission – both the painterly and the narrational gaps which are manifested in his works and in the selection of the pictures on display. It is precisely these gaps which allow the visitors to this exhibition to follow the creative impulses of their own imagination and to explore spaces of speculation.

IKOB, Museum of Contemporary Art, Eupen


André Butzer

André Butzer (solo show)
Museum of the Light at Yoshii Foundation, Hokuto
July - September 2018