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Untitled (Terrace), 2017. Detail

Opening Thursday, September 5, 5.30 – 8.30pm

Exhibition 05/09 – 04/10/2019

Talk with Janosch Jauch and curators Gabriel Virgilio Luciani + Gisela Chillida: Friday 06/09, 7pm

 

 

As part of artnou, Galeria Joan Prats presents the work by Janosch Jauch (1985, Karlsruhe, Germany).

 

Janosch Jauch‘s works are developed through the process of bringing together photographic images of installations, digital interventions, and physical surfaces using photographic silver emulsion. This layering leads to a symbiosis of all of these production steps and thus to a work that, despite its diverse forms and materials, has become an image that is equally determined by all the techniques that went into its formation.

 

The delimitation of his work in the sense of production aesthetics accounts for a large portion of his intermedia art, which has as its central focus the experience of the open-ended piece. His works also project us to a universe where the artificial interferes with the natural.

 

 

 

Janosch Jauch (1985, Karlsruhe, Germany) lives and works in Düsseldorf, where he has been graduated in sculpture and painting at the Kunstakademie (2014), under the teaching of Georg Herold, Andreas Gursky and Ludger Schwarte.

 

He has shown his work at Bistrot21 (2018, Leipzig), Kunsthaus Essen (2019), Bistrot21 (2018, Leipzig), Storage Capacité (2018, Berlin), Swab (2018, Barcelona), Espositivo (2018, Madrid), Museum Kunstpalast (2013, Düsseldorf), among other places.

 

 

To provide you with more information and images, please contact galeria@galeriajoanprats.com

Schloss Agathenburg

13.8 – 1.10.2017

 

Die Beziehung zwischen Japan und Deutschland hat ihre Wurzeln im 17. Jahrhundert, zur Zeit, als das Barockschloss Agathenburg erbaut wurde. Damals entdeckten erste Naturwissenschaftler, Mediziner und Künstler die Kultur des jeweils anderen Landes. In der Ausstellung Warum ticken manche Uhren anders treffen sich im Sommer 2017 vier japanische und vier deutsche Künstler aus diesen so verschiedenen aber historisch verbundenen Kulturen. Es entstehen überwiegend ortsbezogene Arbeiten für den Innen- und Außenraum. In einer Zeit, in der das Fremde und die Frage nach Identität und Heimat täglich in den Medien diskutiert werden, richtet diese Ausstellung ihren Blick auf eine kulturelle Prägung, in der die Konzentration auf das Wesentliche, auf Bescheidenheit und innere Achtsamkeit zentrale Aspekte sind.

 

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Bryce

Kunsthalle Bremen

01.07. – 19.11.2017

 

 

Fernando Bryce (born 1965 in Lima, lives and works in New York) has long been one of South America’s leading contemporary artists. In his work he reflects on global and geopolitical events of the 20th century. He culls archives for print material which he then reproduces, using his own, slow method of ink-on-paper drawings. He is less interested in reconstructing history than in revealing ideologically-loaded imagery and the power strategies used in print media and film. This exhibition presents a variety of recent works and a new cycle especially created for the show, which explores Bremen’s colonial history and its colonial revisionist tendencies after 1914.

 

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