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WOLFGANG TILLMANS AT MAUREEN PALEY

An exhibition of new and unseen work by Wolfgang Tillmans will be up for one more week at Maureen Paley.

Included in the show are new Greifbar works, as well as the 2019 series Old Street (parallax).

WOLFGANG TILLMANS

Through August 4.

Maureen Paley

21 Herald Street, Bethnal Green, London.

Wolfgang Tillmans, from top: Greifbar 77, 2018, inkjet print mounted on Dibond in artist’s frame; InterRail, b, 1987, framed black and white laser photocopy; Extra Dry II, 2009, unframed inkjet print; not yet titled, 1993, framed color laser photocopy; last year, 2018, framed color laser photocopy. Images courtesy and © the artist and Maureen Paley.

GARDAR EIDE EINARSSON

The new show by Gardar Eide Einarsson is on view in London for one more week.*

GARDAR EIDE EINARSSON

Through May 26.

Maureen Paley

21 Herald Street, Bethnal Green, London.

*See “A man fights, and fights, and then fights some more…,” PARIS LA 6 (Spring 2011), 2–13.

Gardar Eide Einarsson, from top: The Spirit of Zen; a Way of Life, Work and Art in the Far East, 2019; untitled (Hand), 2019; untitled (Axe), 2019; all acrylic and gesso on canvas. Bring up irrelevant issues as frequently as possible, 2019, enamel on laser cut aluminium; Liquid Explosive Detonated by Pull-Friction Fuze, 2019; The German Peters Candybar Boobytrap, 2019; both acrylic, gesso, graphite and silk screen ink on canvas. Images courtesy and © the artist and Maureen Paley.

AA BRONSON IN LONDON

AA BronsonFelix Partz, and Jorge Zontal were introduced to one another in 1968 in Toronto, and formed the art and activism collective General Idea the following year.

To mark the fiftieth anniversary of this meeting, Maureen Paley presents AA BRONSON—GENERAL IDEA.

AA BRONSON—GENERAL IDEA

Through November 11.

Maureen Paley

21 Herald Street, Bethnal Green, London.

Top: Felix Partz in Toronto, circa 1970. Photograph by Jorge Zontal.

Above: Zontal, circa 1972.

Below: AA Bronson in 1969. Photograph by Zontal.

OSCAR TUAZON — FIRE

Themes of fire, water, sustainability, and justice come together in FIREOscar Tuazon’s new exhibition of sculptures and watercolors at Maureen Paley.
Through July 29.
Maureen Paley
21 Herald Street, Bethnal Green, London.

Top: Oscar Tuazon, Solar Sage Burner for Leonard Peltier [NSRGNTS], 2018, cast iron bus bench, Foamex print, abalone shell, sage, and concave mirror.

Above:  Oscar Tuazon(FIRE) for Winona LaDuke [Peter van den Berg, Antoine Rocca], 2018, stainless steel, refractory brick, wood, fire.
Bottom: Oscar TuazonFire Circle, 2018, watercolor on paper.

WOLFGANG TILLMANS FOR JAHRESRING

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For its 64th iteration, Jahresring enlisted Wolfgang Tillmans to guest edit an issue, which the photographer has titled “What is Different?”:

“We have known for some time that there are people who feel drawn to esoteric conspiracy theories. What is new, however, is that hard facts are no longer believed by wide segments of the population. During the past two years, I have come to realise that if 30% of the electorate are resistant to rational argument, we are on a slippery slope.

“In light of all this, I wanted to investigate [by interviewing scientists, politicians, journalists, and social workers] why the backfire effect is having more impact today than it did ten, twenty, or forty years ago. What has changed? What is different? This latter phrase became the title of the book.” — Wolfgang Tillmans, in The Guardian*

 

WHAT IS DIFFERENT?, JAHRESRING 64, edited by Wolfgang Tillmans and Brigitte Oetker. Published by Sternberg Press.

sternberg-press.com/index

theguardian.com/artanddesign/2018/feb/28/wolfgang-tillmans-what-is-different-backfire-effect

Above: Wolfgang Tillmans, CLC 004, 2017. Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/Hong Kong, Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne, and Maureen Paley, London.

Image credit below: Jahresring and Sternberg Press.

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