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2020 SOLIDARITY

Wolfgang Tillmans, Between Bridges, and several dozen international artists have joined together to sell posters to benefit art spaces, nightclubs, music venues, and bars at risk of closing for good because of the pandemic and subsequent lockdown.

Participating artists in the 2020 Solidarity project include Nicole Eisenman, Heji Shin, Carrie Mae Weems, Gillian Wearing, Betty Tompkins, Marlene Dumas, Christopher Wool, Jacolby Satterwhite, Isa Genzken, Rachel Harrison, Thomas Ruff, Elizabeth Peyton, Thao Nguyen Phan, Mark Leckey, Ralf Marsault, Heino Muller, Andreas Gursky, Spyros Rennt, Anne Imhof, Ebecho Muslimova, Piotr Nathan, Ming Wong, David Lindert, Heike-Karin Föll, Luc Tuymans, Stefan Fähler, Sabelo Mlangeni, Simon Denny, Melanie Bonajo, Karol Radziszewski, Karl Holmqvist, Özgür Kar, Claire Nicole Egan, Bobby Glew, Stewart Uoo, Felipe Baeza, Jochen Lempert, Seth Price, Tomma Abts, Wade Guyton, Peter Berlin, and David Wojnarowicz with Tom Warren.

See links below for details.

BETWEEN BRIDGES—2020 SOLIDARITY

BALLEZ, Brooklyn.

VISUAL AIDS, New York City.

Between Bridges, 2020 Solidarity, from top: Melanie Bonajo, Night Soil—Economy of Love, 2015; Isa Genzken, Untitled, 2015; Nicole Eisenman, Never Forget Kissing in Bars, 2020; Carrie Mae Weems, Great Expectations, 2020; Rachel Harrison, April 2020, 2020; Ming Wong, Delphine, 2020; Seth Price, Postcard Style Place, 2018; Sabelo Mlangeni, “Identity” Bongani Tshabalala, 2011; Thao Nguyen Phan, March on a Honda Dream, 2020; Claire Nicole Egan and Bobby Glew, Hard Fond, 2020; Stefan Fähler, Kiss Me, 2020; Heike-Karin Föll, AbExGruau 7, 2017; Karol Radziszewski, Vasiliy, 2018; Elizabeth Peyton, Not Me. Us. (Young Bernie 2020), 2020; David Wojnarowicz with Tom Warren, Self-Portrait of David Wojnarowicz, 1983–1984; Thomas Ruff, Nudes kn30, 2006. Images courtesy and © the artists and Between Bridges.

ANNE IMHOF — FAUST RECORD LAUNCH

Join Anne Imhof, Eliza Douglas, Billy Bultheel, and Susanne Pfeffer for a talk, performance, and party celebrating the release of the album FAUST.

Deriving from the performance and exhibition—staged by Imhof at the 57th Venice BiennaleFAUST is part documentation and part elaboration, the sonic capture and extrapolation of the gestures, intensities, and durations of the live event. Serving as the dramatic backbone of the several-hour long performance at the 2017 German Pavilion, the soundtrack was a product of the collective and its individuals, written by Imhof and her collaborators Bultheel, Douglas, and Franziska Aigner.*

FAUST launch, Thursday, December 5*

BILLY BULTHEEL, ELIZA DOUGLAS, ANNE IMHOF, and SUSANNA PFEFFER IN CONVERSATION

6:30 pm.

BULTHEEL, DOUGLAS, and IMHOF PERFORMANCE

8 pm.

Museum für Moderne Kunst

Domstrasse 10, Frankfurt.

FAUST party

BILL KOULIGAS and VILLE HAIMALA

10 pm.

Robert Johnson

Nordring 131, Offenbach.

Anne Imhof, Faust (2019), album images courtesy and © the artists. the performers, the photographers, Museum für Moderne Kunst, and Zak Group. Below: Eliza Douglas in Faust (2017), German Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale, photograph by Nadine Fraczkowski, courtesy and © the artists, the photographer, and the German Pavilion 2017.

ANNE IMHOF AT THE ART INSTITUTE

This week, the Art Institute of Chicago presents the second chapter of Anne Imhof‘s performance piece SEX, with a score by Imhof, Eliza Douglas, Billy Bultheel, and Amnesia Scanner‘s Ville Haimala.

In addition to Douglas and Bultheel, performers for this engagement include Sacha Eusebe, Josh Johnson, Enad Marouf, Stine Omar, Franziska Presche, Kizito Sango, and special guest Nomi Ruiz.

The installation exhibition of the work will remain up through the first week in July. Chapter three will be presented in 2020 at Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rivoli-Turin.

ANNE IMHOF—SEX chapter two performance

Thursday, May 30, from 3:30 pm to 7 pm.

Friday, May 31, from 12:30 pm to 4 pm.

Saturday, June 1, from 12:30 pm to 4 pm.

Art Institute of Chicago

111 South Michigan Avenue, downtown Chicago.

From top: Anne ImhofSex rehearsal (3), photographs by Nadine Fraczkowski; performance view of the first chapter of Sex at Tate Modern, 2019 (2), photographs by Oliver Cowling; Billy Bultheel, Eliza Douglas, and Anne Imhof in the Tate Tanks space, photograph by Nicky J. Sims; Imhof. Images courtesy and © the artists, photographers, Galerie Buchholz, and the Tate.

ANNE IMHOF AT TATE MODERN

Chapter 1 of SEX—the new exhibition by Anne Imhof—will be up at Tate Modern through the end of this month.

The durational performance component of the show can be seen three more times in the Tanks, beginning on Thursday.

(Chapters 2 and 3 will take place in Chicago—in late May—and in Turin in 2020.)

ANNE IMHOF—SEX

Through Sunday, March 31.

Performances in the Tanks:

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 28, 29, and 30.

6:30 pm to 10:30 pm.

Tate Modern

Bankside, South Bank, London.

From top: Mickey Mahar (foreground head) and Josh Johnson in rehearsal for Anne Imhof—Sex at Tate Modern, 2019; Eliza Douglas, rehearsal; rehearsal group; Sacha Eusebe, rehearsal. Photographs by Nadine Fraczkowski, courtesy Galerie Buchholz, Berlin, Cologne, and New York, © Nadine Fraczkowski.

ANNE IMHOF — GOLDEN LION

“My work stands for the grace of thoughts, for liberty, for the right to be different, for gender nonconformity, and the pride of being a woman in this world.” — Anne Imhof, representing Germany, after winning the Golden Lion in Venice, 2017

FAUST, by Anne Imhof, took the top prize at the 57th Biennale Arte. Her durational installation/performance piece—Dobermans circling a theater featuring dancers on and under a transparent stage—was a hit among Biennale visitors, too.

“The concept of movement is treacherous. It seems to denote an external, natural movement, whereas in my work is as much about how people project into the future, considering what they might do, how they will do it, why and with whom.” — Anne Imhof*

 

ANNE IMHOF—FAUST 

LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA, 57th INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION, through November 26, 2017.

THE GERMAN PAVILION

 

labiennale.org/en/Home.html

*Susan Pfeffer, “Anne Imhof,” interview, Kaleidoscope 29 (Spring 2017): 70.

Video, 10 min., FAUST/GERMAN PAVILION:

​the i-D guide to what you need to see at the venice biennale

Faust, Anne Imhof, 57th Biennale Arte, Venice, 2017. Image credit: i-D Vice