Tag: Tobias Madison

11.07.2016 – Michelle Akanji

RATZ FATZ ZAUBER WAS – Fairs and Fairy Tales #theend

RATZ FATZ ZAUBER WAS – Fairs and Fairy Tales an der LISTE Basel:

Die besten Momente mit: 

 

Vittorio Brodmann (artist, Zürich. Jacqueline Burckhardt (art historian, Zurich), Harry Burke (writer / Assistant Curator & Web Editor at Artists Space, New York), Caroline Busta (critic / Editor-in-chief Texte zur Kunst, Berlin), Diana Campbell Betancourt (Artistic Director Samdani Art Foundation / Chief Curator Dhaka Art Summit, Mumbai), Sadie Coles (gallerist, London), De La Fuente Oscar De Franco (artist, Zurich), Dan DeNorch (producer, Berlin), Robbie Fitzpatrick (gallerist, Los Angeles), Dario (art historian) & Aurelien (artist) & Elias (grand/son) Gamboni (Geneva), Lena Henke (artist, New York), Christian Kobald (curator / editor Spike Art Quarterly, Berlin), Pierre Leguillon (artist, Brussels), Tobias Madison (artist, New York / Zurich), Graff Paul-Aymar Mourgue d'Algue (gallerist, Geneva), Ingo Niermann (writer, Basel), Mai-Thu Perret (artist, Geneva), Marta Riniker-Radich (artist, Rome/Geneva), Dan Solbach (graphic designer, Berlin), Jaqueline Uhlmann (Head of Fair Management LISTE Art Fair Basel), Gigiotto del Vecchio (gallerist, Supportico Lopez Berlin), Toby Webster (gallerist, Glasgow), Oskar Weiss (gallerist, Zürich/Basel), Seyoung Yoon (artist, Frankfurt)

 

Die schönsten Ansichten: hier

 

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12.09.2015 – Guest Blogger

lmv_extracts

With lmv_extracts Marie Angeletti has not only documented the project La Marie-Vison but translated it into an autonomous film.

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28.07.2015 – Rahel Blättler

Das Buch von hinten gelesen

Ich gehöre zu den Lesern, die eine Zeitschrift oder ein Ausstellungskatalog gerne zuerst einmal von hinten nach vorne durchblättern. Die Publikation zur Ausstellung von Tobias Madison torpediert mein eigentümliches Leseverhalten, denn sie stellt die herkömmliche Form eines Buches gehörig auf den Kopf.

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11.06.2015 – Guest Blogger

Shuji Terayama

by Gabrielle Schaad

 

Anarchitecture

Where should we start with the story of Shuji Terayama, theater director, filmmaker and writer, as an introduction to our Theater der Überforderung, or Theater of Excess? The work of this artist, who died in 1983 and came from the Japanese province of Aomori, has its origins in Tokyo in the late 1950s. Bedridden in hospital for three years in his early 20s due to an illness,...

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30.04.2015 – Guest Blogger

Terayama Shuji. First Period (1967–1969)

Michael Zimmermann on Theater der Überforderung

 

Around 1967 when Terayama’s underground theater troupe “Tenjô Sajiki” was formed, economic high-growth-era Japan saw the resurgence of a nationwide protest movement. Groups protesting Japan’s complicit role in the Vietnam War linked up with workers, environmentalists, and radical students. The following years saw a mass of demonstrations – peaceful and violent –, occupations of public squares, train stations and universities (at one point approx. 80% of universities were completely or partly barricaded) and bloody...

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