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23. Januar bis 3. April

with:

Sonja Alhäuser – Michelle Alperin – Nándor Angstenberger – Martin Assig – bankleer – Heike Kati Barath – Jürgen Baumann – Michael Bause – Konstantin Bayer – Matias Bechtold – Kai-Annett Becker – Matthias Beckmann – Oliver van den Berg – Holger Biermann – Berthold Bock – Roland Boden – Patrick Borchers – Kai Bornhöft – Ivan Boskovic – Nick Bötticher – Benedikt Braun – Thomas Bruns – Matthew Burbidge – Sonja Burbidge – Astrid Busch – Dirk Busch – Kate McCabe – Alexander Callsen – Mahmut Celayir – Herbert De Colle – Marula di Como – Henrike Daum – Dellbrügge & de Moll – Anne Dettmer – Helmut Dick – Andreas Drewer – Irena Eden & Stijn Lernout – Manfred Eichhorn – Jürgen Eisenacher – Dana Engfer – Scott Clifford Evans – Frederik Foert – Enrico Freitag – Franziska Frey – Sabine Friesicke – Stella Geppert – Ingo Gerken – Katrin Glanz – Surya Gied – Thorsten Goldberg – Kerstin Gottschalk – Reinhold Gottwald – Michael Gumhold – Massoud Graf–Hachempour – Kim Dotty Hachmann – Ulrich Hakel – Heike Hamann – Lisa Haselbek – Gerhard Himmer – Annika Hippler – Birgit Hölmer – Ralf Homann – Stephan Homann – Irène Hug – Henrik Jacob – Gunilla Jähnichen – Zora Janković – Anna Jermolaewa – Uwe Jonas – Yuki Jungesblut – Martin Kaltwasser – Mi Jean Kang – Franco Kappl – Judith Karcheter – Veronika Kellndorfer – Werner Kernebeck – Yeon Ji Kim – R.J. Kirsch – Ulrike & Günther–Jürgen Klein – Andreas Knäbel – Andreas Koch – Folke Köbberling – Eva–Maria Kollischan – Karen Koltermann – Andreas Kotulla – Vanja Krajnc – Inge Krause – Carolina Kreusch – Annette Kuhl – Susanne Kutter – Verena Kyselka – Chantal Labinski – Pia Lanzinger – Michael Lapuks – Julia Lazarus – Seraphina Lenz – Pia Linz – Antonia Low – Enikö Márton – Matthias Mayer – Howard McCalebb – Manfred Michl – Penka Mincheva – Ulrike Mohr – Leo de Munk – Berit Myrebøe – Silvia Nettekoven – Gertrud Neuhaus – Sybille Neumeyer – Gabriele Obermaier – Wolfgang Obermair – Lorcan O’Byrne – Juergen O. Olbrich – Bea Otto – Jürgen Palmtag – Jürgen Paas – Roman Pfeffer – Andrea Pichl – Andreas Pinkow – Torsten Prothmann – Marcel Prüfert – Katja Pudor – Thomas Rentmeister – Mirja Reuter – Hannes Ribartis – Tina Ribartis – Gerda Riechert – Kai Richter – Reneè Ridgway – Susanne Ring – Matthias Roth – Rasso Rottenfusser – Julia Sand – Maike Sander – Lena Inken Schaefer – Gisela Schattenburg – Claudia Schoemig – Iris Schomaker – Alexandra Schumacher – An Seebach – Olivia W. Seiling – Daniel Seiple – Spunk Seipel – Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair – Kamil Sobolewski – Soyoung Shon – Jan–Peter E.R. Sonntag – Elisabeth Sonneck – Christina Speer – Petra Spielhagen – Anne Staszkiewicz – Christian Stock – Tommy Støckel – ststs – Sven Stuckenschmidt – Max Sudhues – Johanna Thompson – Thea Timm – Peter Torp – Lukas Troberg – Andrea Übelacker – Timm Ulrichs – Marcos Vidal – Line Wasner – Christine Weber – Albert Weis – Ute Weiss Leder – Markus Willeke – HS Winkler – Sezer Yigitoglu – Barbara Zenner – Christof Zwiener

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Hans HS Winkler Radikal Amerika





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7. November 2018 bis 15. Januar 2019

 

RADIKAL AMERIKA

The exhibition in the studio im HOCHHAUS will feature an installation that focuses on works of 33 artists from the West Coast of the 20th century who, through their political commitment, became or could become pioneers for later generations.

Many of these actions survives through stories and myths that still are told today, and in addition to the products of the art market, they build another gallery of images and history.

As a protest against the accession of the United States in World War I, in 1916, the sculptor Beniamino Bufano cut off his right index finger and sent it to President Woodrow Wilson as a “symbolic trigger finger.” In the 1950s, Victor Mikhail Arnautoff taught at Stanford University and championed an art that was determiuned to criticize the political system. His lithograph titled “DIX McSmear” was removed from an exhibition in San Francisco because it showed the then-Vice President Richard Nixon with a bank robber mask and his connection to the McCarthy era. On top of that, the government tried to initiate his dismissal. A key figure in the American “counterculture” in the 1950s/60s was Wally Bill Hedrick, who openly opposed American foreign policy and, in particular, the war in Vietnam. As an artistic contribution, he presented, for example, the US flag with the word “peace.”

At the end of the 1960s, hundreds of thousands of people united in the face of the mass death of the Vietnam War: As Counter Culture, they attacked traditional American values, bourgeois morals and manners that were identified as the cause of war and racial discrimination.

This cultural revolution became the most influential opposition in the history of the United States to oppose capitalist America with a different, socialist or socialist social design.

In San Francisco, the “Diggers” declared the city a “free zone” and propagated the free distribution of clothing, food, medicines, and apartments. Along with the San Francisco “Mime Troupe” and the “Black Panthers,” they organized free breakfast for impoverished African American schoolchildren.

Emory Douglas was responsible for the creative and visual impact of the Black Panthers. He implemented the ideas of the movement in the party newspaper, which had been published weekly since 1967, using drawings, paintings, and graphics, and organized wide-ranging and international presentations of his posters.

With the help of a “volunteer guerrilla army,”Robert “Robbie” Conal was also able to intervene in public space through weird and grotesque depictions of US politicians.

In 1978, artist Lowell Darling ran for California’s governorship. His trademark was an oversized hand reminiscent of Mickey Mouse’s, ready to shake hands, always ready to use. To confront him with the reality of politicians, a colleague, the performance artist Tony Labat abducted him. Disguised. Ultimately, the action failed and Tony Labat later described the action as Kidnap Attempt“.

A reconstruction of the “Slant Step Show” can also be seen: An exhibition filled with stories and myths, of which there are “only” narratives and interviews by participating artists such as William Wiley, who addresses the necessary disappearance of “market” art.

The documentary “Weather Underground” (2002) can be seen as a media supplement. The Oscar-nominated film reports on the gradual radicalization of students during the Vietnam War.

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Jesper Dyrehauge, Birgit Hölmer





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23th of Januar to 4th of April 2018





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Mit:
Wolfgang Aichner – Sonja Alhäuser – Michelle Alperin – bankleer – Heike Kati Barath – Horst Bartnig – Hanna Baumann – Jürgen Baumann – Michael Bause – Konstantin Bayer – Matias Bechtold – Kai–Annett Becker – Matthias Beckmann – Holger Biermann – Roland Boden – Manuel Bonik – Patrick Borchers – Ivan Boskovic – Nick Bötticher – Ingmar Bruhn – Matthew Burbidge – Astrid Busch – Dirk Busch – Alexander Callsen – Salomé Chkheidze-Mohs – Marula di Como – Henrike Daum – Dellbrügge & de Moll – Anne Dettmer – Helmut Dick – Birgit Dunkel – Jesper Dyrehauge – Irena Eden & Stijn Lernout – Manfred Eichhorn – Jürgen Eisenacher – Dana Engfer – Scott Clifford Evans – Frederik Foert – Franziska Frey – Erik Göngrich – Francis Gomila – Stella Geppert – Ingo Gerken – Katrin Glanz – Surya Gied – Thorsten Goldberg – Reinhold Gottwald – Massoud Graf–Hachempour – Kim Dotty Hachmann – Ulrich Hakel – Heike Hamann – Lisa Haselbek – Michael Hauffen – Tina Isabella Hild – Gerhard Himmer – Annika Hippler – Alekos Hofstetter – Birgit Hölmer – Ralf Homann – Irène Hug – Anja Ibsch – Gabriele Jerke – Anna Jermolaewa – Uwe Jonas – Yuki Jungesblut – Martin Kaltwasser – Franco Kappl – Judith Karcheter – Veronika Kellndorfer – Werner Kernebeck – R.J. Kirsch – Ulrike & Günther–Jürgen Klein – Andreas Knäbel – Win Knowlton – Eva–Maria Kollischan – Karen Koltermann – Inge Krause – Annette Kuhl – Susanne Kutter – Pia Lanzinger – Michael Lapuks – Julia Lazarus – Seraphina Lenz – LEO – Martin Lutz – Enikö Márton – Matthias Mayer – Penka Mincheva – Manfred Michl – Ulrike Mohr – Leo de Munk – Berit Myrebøe – Gertrud Neuhaus – Gabriele Obermaier – Lorcan O’Byrne – Juergen O. Olbrich – Bea Otto – Juergen Palmtag – Jürgen Paas – Günther Pedrotti – Roman Pfeffer – Pfelder – Andrea Pichl – Agnes Prammer – Torsten Prothmann – Maria–Leena Räihälä – Thomas Rentmeister – Mirja Reuter – Kai Richter – Reneè Ridgway – India Roper–Evans – Matthias Roth – Rasso Rottenfusser – Maike Sander – Matthias Schamp – Lena Inken Schaefer – Gisela Schattenburg – Claudia Schoemig – Iris Schomaker – Sonya Schönberger – Alexandra Schumacher – Olivia W. Seiling – Daniel Seiple – Spunk Seipel – Johanna Smiatek – Jan–Peter E.R. Sonntag – Elisabeth Sonneck – Christina Speer – Petra Spielhagen – Ute Sroka – Anne Staszkiewicz – Christian Stock – ststs – Sven Stuckenschmidt – Max Sudhues – Thea Timm – Roel van Timmeren – Peter Torp – Tim Trantenroth – Andrea Überlacker –Timm Ulrichs – Christine Weber – Albert Weis – Katharina Weishäupl – Markus Willeke – HS Winkler – Simone Zaugg – Barbara Zenner – Christof Zwiener

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23. Januar bis 4. April 2018





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Mit:
Wolfgang Aichner – Sonja Alhäuser – Michelle Alperin – bankleer – Heike Kati Barath – Horst Bartnig – Jürgen Baumann – Michael Bause – Konstantin Bayer – Matias Bechtold – Kai–Annett Becker – Matthias Beckmann – Holger Biermann – Roland Boden – Manuel Bonik – Patrick Borchers – Ivan Boskovic – Nick Bötticher – Ingmar Bruhn – Matthew Burbidge – Astrid Busch – Dirk Busch – Alexander Callsen – Salomé Chkheidze-Mohs – Marula di Como – Henrike Daum – Dellbrügge & de Moll – Anne Dettmer – Helmut Dick – Birgit Dunkel – Jesper Dyrehauge – Irena Eden & Stijn Lernout – Manfred Eichhorn – Jürgen Eisenacher – Dana Engfer – Scott Clifford Evans – Frederik Foert – Franziska Frey – Erik Göngrich – Francis Gomila – Stella Geppert – Ingo Gerken – Katrin Glanz – Surya Gied – Thorsten Goldberg – Reinhold Gottwald – Massoud Graf–Hachempour – Kim Dotty Hachmann – Ulrich Hakel – Heike Hamann – Lisa Haselbek – Michael Hauffen – Tina Isabella Hild – Gerhard Himmer – Annika Hippler – Alekos Hofstetter – Birgit Hölmer – Ralf Homann – Irène Hug – Anja Ibsch – Gabriele Jerke – Anna Jermolaewa – Uwe Jonas – Yuki Jungesblut – Martin Kaltwasser – Franco Kappl – Judith Karcheter – Veronika Kellndorfer – Werner Kernebeck – R.J. Kirsch – Ulrike & Günther–Jürgen Klein – Andreas Knäbel – Win Knowlton – Eva–Maria Kollischan – Karen Koltermann – Inge Krause – Annette Kuhl – Susanne Kutter – Pia Lanzinger – Michael Lapuks – Julia Lazarus – Seraphina Lenz – LEO – Martin Lutz – Enikö Márton – Matthias Mayer – Penka Mincheva – Manfred Michl – Ulrike Mohr – Leo de Munk – Berit Myrebøe – Gertrud Neuhaus – Gabriele Obermaier – Lorcan O’Byrne – Juergen O. Olbrich – Bea Otto – Juergen Palmtag – Jürgen Paas – Günther Pedrotti – Roman Pfeffer – Pfelder – Andrea Pichl – Agnes Prammer – Torsten Prothmann – Maria–Leena Räihälä – Thomas Rentmeister – Mirja Reuter – Kai Richter – Reneè Ridgway – India Roper–Evans – Matthias Roth – Rasso Rottenfusser – Maike Sander – Matthias Schamp – Lena Inken Schaefer – Gisela Schattenburg – Claudia Schoemig – Iris Schomaker – Sonya Schönberger – Alexandra Schumacher – Olivia W. Seiling – Daniel Seiple – Spunk Seipel – Johanna Smiatek – Jan–Peter E.R. Sonntag – Elisabeth Sonneck – Christina Speer – Petra Spielhagen – Ute Sroka – Anne Staszkiewicz – Christian Stock – ststs – Sven Stuckenschmidt – Max Sudhues – Thea Timm – Roel van Timmeren – Peter Torp – Tim Trantenroth – Andrea Überlacker –Timm Ulrichs – Christine Weber – Albert Weis – Katharina Weishäupl – Markus Willeke – HS Winkler – Simone Zaugg – Barbara Zenner – Christof Zwiener

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Seraphina Lenz, Sonya Schönberger

7. November 2017 bis 9. Januar 2018





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Thorsten Goldberg / Martin Kaltwasser

29. August - 1. November 2017





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Thorsten Goldberg / Martin Kaltwasser

29. August - 1. November 2017





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29. August – 1. November 2017

Thorsten Goldberg / Martin Kaltwasser

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