Hanna Nitsch – »Emotion Codes (Das Andere ist unrettbar verloren)«

We are again very pleased to present Hanna Nitsch in a solo exhibition that will open in August. After her successful institutional shows at the Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg and the project space of the Kunstmuseum Wiesbaden, new significant works will be on view that provide an overview of her current work. Identity is at the heart of her oeuvre, which she explores with basic questions: “Who am I?” “How much of what I am is dependent on social influences?” “Are there emotional patterns that we follow?” To this end, Hanna Nitsch has developed a very personal, intense visual language that incorporates medical and scientific elements as well as quotations from the high fashion industry. At the same time, Hanna Nitsch’s works ingeniously connects the contentual aspects of our interpersonal relationships, the “emotion codes,” with the question of art’s constitutive conditions. Just as relationships between people follow certain patterns and the self only constitutes itself in the interplay with the other, the work of art first becomes a work of art in a complex web of relationships between picture, viewer and artist. You can look forward to new, qualitatively spectacular large-format ink drawings, overpainted photographs, videos, prints and sculptures.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017, 7 p.m.

Opening remarks:
Prof. Dr. Susanne Pfleger, director of the Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg

Start-up! – Exquisite editions of contemporary Concrete Art by renowned and emerging artists

Our OUT-LOOK space is being used this time as the venue for a new project. We would like to produce you with small fine editions and serial works from the field of contemporary Concrete Art. The juxtaposition of a wide range of different artists brings the calm and power inherent to the reduction down to simple geometrical forms and colors particularly evident. The goal of this project is to offer new and experienced art lovers high-quality artworks at then affordable price. Well-known names in additions to new discoveries are being represented. The participating artists are:

Anna-Maria Bogner [AT], Monika Brandmeier [DE], Jeongmoon Choi [KR], Anette Haas [DE], José Heerkens [NL], Riki Mijling [NL], Regine Schumann [DE], Esther Stocker [IT], Denise Winter [DE], Susan York [US], Annett Zinsmeister [DE], Douglas Allsop [GB], Carlo Battisti [IT], Wolfgang Berndt [DE], Hartmut Böhm [DE], Stephan Ehrenhofer [AT], Gerhard Frömel [AT], Daniel Göttin [CH], Gilbert Hsiao [US], Ray Malone [IE], Jan van Munster [NL], Julius Stahl [DE], Don Voisine [US], Peter Weber [DE], Daniela Comani [IT], Anna Kubelik [CH], Friederike von Rauch [DE], Natalie Reusser [CH], Dieter Balzer [DE], Willem Besselink [NL], Alain Biltereyst [BE], Robert Gschwantner [AT], Hansjörg Schneider [DE], Tim Stapel [DE]

In Cooperation with the Gallery Dr. Julius | Ap, Berlin.

Duration of the exhibition:
August 31 – October 21, 2017

Opening hours:
Wednesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 6.30 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Or by appointment.