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24
sep 2020
10
ene 2021

Compártelo

Cuándo: 24 sep de 2020 - 10 ene de 2021
Inauguración: 24 sep de 2020
Dónde: Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt / Römerberg / Frankfurt, Hessen, Alemania
Organizada por: Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
Artistas participantes: Alfredo Jaar, Dora García, Dora Longo Bahia
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Publicada el 03 sep de 2020      Vista 35 veces

Descripción de la Exposición

The SCHIRN is dedicating an international group exhibition to espionage with its power to fascinate, illuminating this theme as a current source of artistic inspiration. Although spies are presented as glamorous in popular culture, the information they obtain from covert campaigns is socially explosive. Espionage is linked to the unauthorized procurement of rare secrets or confidential information. While in the past national governments spied on individuals or states, in times of digital communication private individuals are now able to reveal hidden governmental secrets or whistleblowers can expose governments spying on their own citizens. This has created the perfect grounds for a renewed interest in the mechanisms of secrecy. The exhibition presents works from around 40 international artists, including Simon Denny, Thomas Demand, Stan Douglas, Dora García, Rodney Graham, Gabriel Lester, Jill Magid, Metahaven, Trevor Paglen, Cornelia Schleime, Noam Toran, Suzanne Treister, and Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas. About 70 paintings, photographs, videos, sculptures, and installations address the topic from a contemporary perspective, with the works touching on aspects of espionage like surveillance, paranoia, conspiracy, threat, camouflage, cryptography, manipulation, or propaganda. On view are a multitude of artistic strategies and unexpected objects, exploring the “golden age” of espionage during the Cold War and in the context of media superexposure. ARTISTS Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Maja Bajevic, JeanLuc Blanc, Nina Childress, Guy de Cointet, Thomas Demand, Simon Denny, Mauricio Dias & Walter Riedweg, Stan Douglas, Charles and Ray Eames, Forensic Architecture, Dora García, Rodney Graham, Eva Grubinger, Humans since 1982, Alfredo Jaar, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Gabriel Lester, Lim Minouk, Mathis Gasser, Dora Longo Bahia, Jill Magid, Fabian Marti, Josephine Meckseper, Mieko Meguro, Metahaven, Aleksandra Mir, Henrike Naumann, Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas, Trevor Paglen, Park ChanKyong and Park ChanWook, Cornelia Schleime, Jim Shaw, Taryn Simon, Jonas Staal, Noam Toran, Suzanne Treister, Jane and Louise Wilson, Liam Young und Tamir Zadok.

Actualizado

el 09 sep de 2020