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RHYTHM SECTION UTOPIA

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on October 21, 2017 at 3:07 pm

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RHYTHM SECTION UTOPIA
Istanbul Art Fair Tüyap
November 4 – 12 2017

Anneke Bosma
Karina Bugayova
Christoph Dahlhausen
Iemke van Dijk
Daniel Geiger
Lon Godin
Dmytro Goncharenko
Michael Graeve
Henriëtte van ‘t Hoog
Oleksiy Koval
Markus Krug
Xiao Tang
Veronika Wenger
Michael Wright

curated by Ezgi Bakçay

www.rhythmsection.de

Tüyap Fair Convention and Congress Center
Cumhuriyet Mahallesi Eski Hadımköy
Yolu Caddesi 9/1, 34500 Büyükçekmece – ISTANBUL
+90 (212) 867 11 00
Fax+90 (212) 886 66 98
http://tuyap.com.tr/


Invitation to ARTIST 2017 Realist UTOPIAS

The world has seen worse.

It has been through centuries of terror.

But even in the twilight of history, there was always hope that things would become better.

Yet today, we live in an age that is defined by historical amnesia, where both the past and an imagined future are oppressed more severely than ever before.

The unique dynamic of the 21st century seems to be the devaluation of the utopian.

As the face of the age darkens, one question becomes imperative:

Is it not possible to defend a style of utopian thinking that will liberate the desire to rebuild everyday life from ideological and instrumental persecution?

Can utopia not be defended again in the sense of discussing alternative social lives?

Politics and art aside, we cannot let go of a utopian motive that protects the productive distance between life and dream to keep the “hope principle” alive.

Utopian literature, as a rich resource that heralds a yet-unbuilt future without sacrificing or falling captive to the present, awaits to be rediscovered.

ARTIST 2017 / 27th

Istanbul Art Fair deals with utopias under three categories: historical, conceptual and actual.

We embark upon an expedition to utopias with exhibitions, concerts, performances, discussions, workshops, screenings and publications.

We reach from 13th century Anatolian dervishes and Şeyh Bedreddin to the Soviet Avant-garde, from cyborgs and science fiction to alternative economies, ecological movements, and pedagogic experiences.

We discuss the political aspects of the different concepts of temporality borne by utopia.

We try to comprehend the perception of history today that makes utopias impossible.

We call for discussions of utopia as a concept across relationships of nostalgia and freedom, politics and esthetics, art and design.

“Realist Utopias” have room for production and consumption cooperatives that have become more important amidst waves of financial crises, queer and feminist lifestyles, and utopias that breathe in the body and nature.

Once again, Tüyap prepares to become a sensory public sphere that is free of leadership, where imagination and conflict thrive.

It builds a team play that is not after economic or symbolic profit.

It seeks to utilize the physical advantages of the venue to expand the boundaries of discussion.

Between November 4th and 12th, we invite everyone to collectively produce a trans-boundary experience space, where utopias are liberated from nostalgia, moral high grounds, populist propaganda, and hopelessness.

 

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RHYTHM SECTION IM SCHAFHOF (II)

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on April 9, 2017 at 7:40 pm

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Oleksiy Koval, Stalker, 2016
75 x 70 cm, marker on FPY

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Oleksiy Koval, Funktor, 2016
140 x 130 cm, marker, tape on MDF

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Oleksiy Koval, Isfendiyar Söyler, Alison Dalwood. Photo © Rhythm Section

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Christoph Dahlhausen, Oleksiy Koval, Isfendiyar Söyler, Alison Dalwood. Photo © Rhythm Section

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LAURA SÁNCHEZ SERRANO IN CONVERSATION WITH OLEKSIY KOVAL

In INTERVIEWS on March 5, 2017 at 2:40 pm

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Oleksiy Koval, Klitschko vs Chisora, 2012
80 x 70 cm, adhesive foil, marker on FPY
Private collection, Starnberg
Photo © Klaus Mauz


Any surface, any material can become a challenge for Oleksiy Koval. Armed with his favorite tools, paint and creativity, Oleksiy Koval struggles with surfaces that attract his attention because of their form, texture, structure, or color. His battle, painting, develops in a series of deliberate instinctive movements, drawing rhythmic forms, almost musical brush-strokes, on his adversary, the canvas.

Laura Sánchez Serrano: Do you remember when you started painting?

Oleksiy Koval: I was about three years old. My father is a designer of children’s books; he worked at home so he always had material and paint I could use.

LSS: That means you grew up in a family of artists?

OK: Not exactly. My father is a graphic designer and my mother an architect. I also have an uncle who sings at the opera, but no family members involved in visual arts.

LSS: You had your first art education in Kyiv. However, you came to Munich when you were only 19 and have been living here since then. Why did you come to Munich in the first place?

OK: I was curious about how art is taught in Germany. Art education in Kyiv was pretty conservative and I wanted to learn more about contemporary art. At that point in time, teachers in Munich were quite famous in the contemporary art scene. That’s why I decided to come here. Additionally, the Academy of Arts in Munich was the only one renowned in Kyiv.

LSS: And then you stayed?

OK: First I thought I would only stay a couple of years and then return to Kyiv. But when I went back to Kyiv I realized that it wasn’t anymore the place I had left; It was better to stay in Munich to continue my artistic career. Munich is a city with a lot of opportunities; and is well connected. From Munich it is easy to travel anywhere. Besides, I already had friends, connections, and my family here; so I had no reason to go back to Ukraine.

LSS: Which artists influenced your work?

OK: Garry Kasparov, Valeriy Lobanovskiy, Segiy Paradzhanov, Andrey Tarkovskiy, Blinky Palermo, Robert Ryman, Steve Coleman, Medardo Rosso, Paul Cezanne, Piet Mondrian, Tizian…

LSS: An odd group of people. Interestingly, the first two aren’t artists, but a chess player and a football trainer. How did they influence your work?

OK: I think there are a lot of similarities between chess, football and painting. All of them need a surface (a chessboard, a football field, a canvas), elements moving in a rhythmical way (chess pieces, football players and brush-strokes), and a strategy. All of them have the same goal: winning. Whether this means winning against a chess player, a team, or, in the case of painting, winning against the surface.

LSS: Is painting a game for you?

OK: Mostly, painting is my biggest passion. But yes, it’s like a game: The surface is my adversary and my aim is to defeat it and win the battle.

LSS: Are there rules in this battle? What is your painting process?

OK: I first choose a surface that attracts my attention. The process starts with the act of observing. I carefully observe the colors and the surface for hours. First I decide on a strategy based on color, material, rhythm, movement, or structure. Then I attack. The goal is to find the balance between control and improvisation, freedom and knowledge, understanding and intuition. The final result depends on all these factors. If I win, there will be a part of myself on the beaten surface.

LSS: Most of your works are created following a premeditated schema. Actually, you have developed a sort of visual score dividing the surface in areas, determining rhythm and tempo of your brush-strokes. Isn’t it too restrictive as a method?

OK: My method is not static. I combine structure with improvisation. The structure allows me to have more freedom. It is an equation that contains variables. Painting, just like living, needs structure. We have agendas, watches; we arrange meetings like the one today. But what we do during those meetings can be spontaneous and creative. The same is true for my method. I have a framework that allows me to freely react while painting. In the end it is the spontaneous reactions that will determine if I win or lose against the surface.

LSS: Why is rhythm so important in your work?

OK: Rhythm allows me to control space and time. Sometimes you start painting and after some hours you find that you have lost yourself in the painting. I realized I needed some structure to prevent this from happening. The rhythmic framework that I set up before painting allows me to paint the surface without losing myself in the process. Rhythm gives structure to my painting. It helps me out not to get lost in the surface.

LSS: You work with a lot of different materials. How do you choose them? What are your criteria?

OK: I use the materials that I find attractive. Those who look interesting and nice. The way to find them is fairly random. It can be the carton of a package I receive, the wood I find in the shop of a carpenter… I have worked a lot with classic materials; but I really like to work and experiment with new ones. For example, lately I have worked with polyester fabric I found at the atelier of a fashion designer. I love trying new materials. It’s fun and I think fun should be an essential part of painting.

LSS: What role has color in your work?

OK: It’s one of the basic elements in my work; together with material and rhythm. Color is the essence of painting. Painting means to apply colors on a surface. And that’s what I find fascinating about painting: to apply colors, to combine them, mix them and see how they react; the effect they have on the surface. But also how we perceive them. When I paint, I consciously apply the fundamental three parameters, material, color, and rhythm, to the surface.

LSS: In 2010 you founded the group Rhythm Section together with Stefan Schessl and Kuros Nekouian. What is the idea behind that project?

OK: In 2005 I met Stefan Schessl in China at an exhibition we both participated in. We became friends and regularly discuss about rhythm in our works. Kuros Nekouian joined our discussions a bit later on. We decided to research the concept of rhythm in contemporary art. We created a group which supports artists in exploring the subject. Artists in the group exchange ideas with each other, learn from each other’s experiences, and organize exhibitions together.

LSS: How many artists are members of the group?

OK: By now the group consists of more than 25 artists. Not only painters, but all kind of artists. We constantly receive requests from artists to join the group. In almost every exhibition we invite new artists. We choose the artists based on the project, the country the exhibition will take place, etc. All artists interested in working with rhythm are welcome to join us, as long as their work fits in the concept of Rhythm Section.

LSS: In 2011 you created another group The Beautiful Formula Collective. What is the nature of this group?

OK: The Beautiful Formula Collective is an open group that collaborates on single paintings following an initial formula: a rhythmical structure that gives form to the application of colors on surfaces. In contrast with Rhythm Section, The Beautiful Formula Collective is about only painting, and about creating collective works. We use an initial pattern or structure, where areas of action, rhythm, and tempo are determined. Each of us paints following the rules; but at the same time also reacts to what the others do. The final result is as interesting as the process. That is why we often do it in front of a public, as a performance; or together with other artists or students, as a workshop.

LSS: In a sense it is a group version of the rules you set up for your personal work. Thanks to The Beautiful Formula Collective you are no longer alone in your battle against the surface?

OK: Sure, it is teamwork. The most interesting part is to see how artists from different countries and backgrounds (e.g., traditional painting, street art, graphic design) paint together following deliberate rules to achieve amazing results. Painting together with other artists is really interesting and fun. We learn a lot from each other.

LSS: Since you created these two groups, you have showed your works in many group exhibitions all over the world (Zurich, Singapore, Kyiv, etc). Where will the next project take place?

OK: We have many projects this year. On the 9th and 10th of February I will be in Kiev organizing a workshop at the School of Visual Communication. In April we have three exhibitions: one in China, one in Greece, and one in The Netherlands. It will be a year full of nice projects.

LSS: It sounds exciting. Good luck with all your projects and thank you very much for sharing with us some thoughts about your work. I hope you keep on defeating the surface!

For the catalogue Beating The Surface. Munich, January 2013

RHYTHM SECTION IM SCHAFHOF

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on February 9, 2017 at 8:07 am

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Eine gemeinsame Ausstellung von Künstlern aus Niederlande, Großbritannien, China, Türkei und Deutschland zum Thema Rhythmus in der Bildenden Kunst im europäischen Künstlerhaus Schafhof in Freising.

Thema der Ausstellung

Die Gruppe Rhythm Section besteht aus zeitgenössischen KünstlerInnen verschiedener Sparten, die sich explizit und bewusst in ihrem Werk mit Rhythmus beschäftigen. Der Austausch und die Dynamik, die aus solcher Zusammenstellung unterschiedlicher Einsätze und Medien entsteht, liefert neue Ansätze für die Kunst heute.

Es handelt sich dabei um das bisher größte Projekt dieser Art zwischen Niederlande, Großbritannien, China, Türkei und Deutschland, das sich mit dem Thema Rhythmus in der bildenden Kunst beschäftigt. Dieses Projekt soll einen intensiven kulturellen Austausch von Künstlern verschiedenster Nationalitäten anregen und helfen ein internationales Netzwerk zwischen diesen Ländern zu bilden.

RHYTHM SECTION IM SCHAFHOF
20. 2. ‒ 17. 4. 2017

Anneke Bosma NL
Karina Bugayova DE
Christoph Dahlhausen DE
Alison Dalwood GB
Mert Diner TR
Daniel Geiger DE
Henriëtte van ‘t Hoog NL
Gonghong Huang CN
Oleksiy Koval DE
Markus Krug DE
Çağrı Saray TR
Esra Sağlık TR
İsfendiyar Söyler TR
Nermin Ülker TR
Veronika Wenger DE
Michael Wright GB

www.rhythmsection.de

Schafhof – Europäisches Künstlerhaus Oberbayern
European House of Art Upper Bavaria
Am Schafhof 1, 85354 Freising
www.schafhof-kuenstlerhaus.de

19. Februar, Sonntag
SYMPOSIUM UND VERNISSAGE

15 Uhr: Symposium
Shuttlebus ab Bhf Freising: 14.30-14.50 Uhr
Vorträge von Mitgliedern und Gästen von Rhythm Section:

RHYTHM OF THE UTOPIAS
Vortrag von Ezgi Bakcay (Kunsthistorikerin, Istanbul)
in englischer Sprache

THE ROLE OF SCANNING AND KINESTHESTIC MODES OF PERCEPTION IN RELATION TO RHYTHM WITHIN THE VISUAL ARTS
Vortrag von Michael Wright (Künstler, London)
in englischer Sprache

HELP ALIVE INSIDE. IM INNERSTEN DER ZEICHNUNG
Vortrag von Veronika Wenger (Künstlerin, München)
in deutscher Sprache

FORSCHUNG ZUM RHYTHMUS IN DER MODERNEN KUNST: INTERNATIONALE KOLLABORATIVE ERFAHRUNG
Vortrag von Dmytro Goncharenko (Kurator, Kiew/Berlin)
in deutscher Sprache

8 Uhr: VERNISSAGE
Shuttlebus ab Bhf Freising: 17.30-17.50 Uhr; zurück; 19.45 Uhr

Grußwort: Eike Berg, Leiter des Europäischen Künstlerhauses
Einführung: Jochen Meister, Kunstvermittler, München

26. März, Sonntag 15 Uhr
DIE SCHÖNE FORMEL
Vortrag von Oleksiy Koval (Künstler, München)
in deutscher Sprache

MUAF | RHYTHM SECTION OFFBEATS | KARŞI SANAT GALLERY | ISTANBUL

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on November 5, 2016 at 11:03 pm

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Oleksiy Koval, Muaf, 2016
Tape and ink on wall
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Oleksiy Koval, Muaf, 2016
Tape and ink on wall
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Oleksiy Koval, Muaf (Detail), 2016
Tape and ink on wall
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Oleksiy Koval, Muaf (Detail), 2016
Tape and ink on wall
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Oleksiy Koval, Muaf (Detail), 2016
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Oleksiy Koval, Muaf (Detail), 2016
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Oleksiy Koval, Muaf (Detail), 2016
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RHYTHM SECTION OFFBEATS

NOVEMBER 3-19 2016
KARşI SANAT GALLERY ISTANBUL

Christoph Dahlhausen (DE)
Mert Diner (TR)
Ekmel Ertan (TR)
Daniel Geiger (DE)
Oleksiy Koval (DE)
Markus Krug (DE)
Çağrı Saray (TR)
İsfendiyar Söyler (TR)
Nermin Ülker (TR)
Veronika Wenger (DE)
Michael Wright (GB)

Curated by Dmytro Goncharenko

Since the beginning of European modernism, the concept of rhythm has of recurrent significance to art practice. The concept of Rhythm is not only a sequence of signs but a sequence of actions. It is a structuring category that controls the conscious perceptions and reception of art as a whole.
The group Rhythm Section is about the centrality of rhythm in contemporary art practice now, to explore as a collective a process of exchange about the issue of rhythm. The exchange and the dynamic that arise from research and the gathering of different approaches and media provide new starting points for the practice of art. Through presentations of different types of works in various sectors of the contemporary art scene, Rhythm Section seeks to stimulate an exchange of artists of different nationalities and help to form a network.
The current list of artists who are part of the project is characterized by a variety of media and disciplines, including painting, drawing, printmaking, installation, digital, film, video, performance and music.

http://www.rhythmsection.de

This project is funded by
City of Munich
Department of Arts and Culture

Opening on Thursday, November 3rd at 7:00 pm

Gazeteci Erol Dernek Sokak
No 11/4 Hanif Han
34420 Beyoğlu/Istanbul Turkey
Phone : +90 (212) 245 71 53 – 54
E-Mail : info@karsi.com
Open between 11:00 – 19:00 except Sunday

BOOGIE WOOGIE RHYTHM SECTION

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on September 17, 2016 at 9:40 am

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Exhibition at Arti et Amicitiae
as a prelude to the centennial of De Stijl

From 7–23 October 2016 works by the art collective Rhythm Section will be exhibited in the great room of Arti et Amicitae in Amsterdam. The exhibition ‘Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section’ is a prelude to the centennial of De Stijl.

Rhythm Section is a group of artists who focus on rhythm in the visual arts. The group exhibits in ever-changing composition throughout the world, not only in Europe but also in China, Iran and Georgia. The group connects with local artists on site who sometimes travel for a while with the group or become members.

In Arti et Amicitiae the artists of Rhythm Section will present both autonomous work and large murals, which relate to the forthcoming centennial of the De Stijl movement, founded in 1917. The artists of Rhythm Section, who feel closely related to De Stijl, use abstract, rhythm-based imagery too.

The artists participating in the exhibition are Anneke Bosma (NL), Karina Bugayova (DE), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel Geiger (DE), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Oleksiy Koval (DE), Guido Nieuwendijk (NL), Marije Vermeulen (NL), Veronika Wenger (DE), Guido Winkler (NL) and Michael Wright (GB).

De Stijl artist Piet Mondrian was inspired by the new music, jazz. Rhythm Section members have an affinity with Mondrian’s search toward an abstract language of expression. Shortly before 1917, Mondrian wrote, “The rhythm of the relationships between colours and lines enables the universal to reveal itself within the relativity of time and space.” Oleksiy Koval, the founder of Rhythm Section, has based his work on this idea.

Art historian Wies van Moorsel, a cousin of Nelly van Doesburg, will open the exhibition on Friday, October 7th at 8:00 pm. The Beautiful Formula Collective will perform during the opening. Four of the members of the group will construct an abstract mural, in which they interact with each other.

The exhibition moves to Reuten Gallery in Amsterdam in January 2017, and then to Galerie Karin Wimmer in Munich in November 2017, where the catalogue will be presented.

Curated by Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Oleksy Koval and Dmytro Goncharenko

Arti et Amicitiae
Rokin 112, 1012 LB Amsterdam
Opening hours of exhibitions: Tue–Sun, 12–6 pm

4TH ODESSA BIENNALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on September 15, 2015 at 2:49 pm

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Oleksiy Koval,

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”, 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art

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Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art

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Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art

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Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, Daniel Geiger. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, Daniel Geiger. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

Oleksiy Koval, “Tlo”(Detail), 2015, 180 x 300 cm, tape, marker on wall. Museum of Odessa Modern Art. Photo © Daniel Geiger

RHYTHM & METHOD – VOL. II, MUNICH 2015

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on May 16, 2015 at 9:03 am

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RHYTHM & METHOD – VOL. II, MUNICH

RHYTHM & METHOD war eine gemeinsame Ausstellung von chinesischen Künstlern und der Künstlergruppe Rhythm Section, die im Hubei Museum of Art in Wuhan, dem wichtigsten Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst in China, im Sommer 2013 stattgefunden hat. Diese Ausstellung zielte darauf ab, einen Dialog zwischen zeitgenössischen Künstlern beider Länder zu beginnen. Diesen Dialog fortzuführen, ist das Ziel der Ausstellung RHYTHM & METHOD. Vol. II Munich, in der Galerie der Künstler.

Thema der Ausstellung

Rhythmus in der bildenden Kunst ist das Thema, das die Teilnehmer der Ausstellung verbindet. Die beteiligten KünstlerInnen beschäftigen sich explizit und bewusst in ihrem Werk mit “Rhythmus”. Das Werk der beteiligten Künstler ist durch die Vielfalt der Medien, Disziplinen und kulturellen Hintergründe geprägt. Der Austausch und die Dynamik, die aus so unterschiedlichen Einsätzen und unterschiedlichen Perspektiven entstehen, liefert neue Ausgangspunkte und gibt somit diesem Austellungsprojekt einen Forschungs- und Erkenntnischarakter. Es handelt sich dabei um das bisher größte Projekt dieser Art.

Eröffnung
Mittwoch, 10. Juni 2015, 19 – 22 Uhr

Begrüßung
KLAUS VON GAFFRON
1. Vorsitzender BBK München und Oberbayern

Einführung
DR. KARIN WIMMER
Dozentin am Institut für Kunstgeschichte, LMU München
HUANGSHENG WANG
Direktor des CAFA-Kunstmuseums in Peking 2. Direktor des Komitees der Kunstmuseen in China

Dauer
11. Juni – 28. Juni 2015
Mittwoch – Sonntag 11 – 18 Uhr
Donnerstag 11 – 20 Uhr
An Feiertagen ist die Galerie geschlossen

Galerie der Künstler
Maximilianstraße 42
80538 München
facebook.com/galerie.der.kuenstler

www.rhythmsection.de

Zur Ausstellung erscheint der Katalog
RHYTHM & METHOD – VOL. II, MUNICH 2015

MICHAEL HOFSTETTER München
HENRIËTTE VAN ’T HOOG Amsterdam
GONGHONG HUANG Peking
OLEKSIY KOVAL München
GANG LI Peking
KUROS NEKOUIAN München
STEFAN SCHESSL München
DALI SUN Peking
XIAO TANG Wuhan
HUANGSHENG WANG Peking
VERONIKA WENGER München
XIAOZHEN YU Wuhan

RHYTHM SECTION / CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ART, TBILISI / 05. 09. – 19. 09. 2014

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on August 31, 2014 at 6:47 am

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Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

Oleksiy Koval, “Surrogate”, 2014, ink, marker, tape on the wall. Photo © Michael Hofstetter

RHYTHM SECTION:
Karina Bugayova
Iemke van Dijk
Elisabeth Eberle
Michael Hofstetter
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog
Oleksiy Koval
Kuros Nekouian
Herbert Rometsch
Stefan Schessl
Veronika Wenger
Michael Wright

05. 09. – 19. 09. 2014

September 6-7/2014, 16:00
Workshop with THE BEAUTIFUL FORMULA COLLECTIVE

September 9/2014, 19:00
Performance

THE BEAUTIFUL FORMULA SYNDICATE

Lasha Babuadze – Georgia

Karina Bugayova – Ukraine

Tami Chitashvili – Georgia

Oleksiy Koval – Germany

Yasaman Nedaei – Iran

Kuros Nekouian – Germany

Arshia Samsaminia – Iran

Stefan Schessl – Germany

Vato Urushadze – Georgia

Veronika Wenger – Germany

CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ART, TBILISI
Curator Dmytro Goncharenko

http://www.cca.ge /# 51 Uznadze St. , Tbilisi 0102, Georgien
more information here: vakhtang.urushadze@gmail.com / T: 577 935032
dichuaidze@gmail.com / T: 555 316040

RHYTHM SECTION IM WESTPOL / 2. – 18. MAI 2014 / LEIPZIG

In EVENTS | VERANSTALTUNGEN on May 17, 2014 at 7:44 am
Oleksiy Koval, “Algorithmus”, 2014, 80 x 70 cm, marker on FPY. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “Algorithmus”, 2014, 80 x 70 cm, marker on FPY. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “Sublunare Welt”, 2014, 80 x 70 cm, tape and ink on MDF. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “Sublunare Welt”, 2014, 80 x 70 cm, tape and ink on MDF. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “Gnade”, 2012, 70 x 60 cm, marker on cotton. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “Gnade”, 2012, 70 x 60 cm, marker on cotton. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “GAU”, 2013, 60 x 50 cm, tape and ink on MDF. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “GAU”, 2013, 60 x 50 cm, tape and ink on MDF. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, "Gnade (alternative version)", 2012, 70 x 65 cm, casein paint, adhesive foil, marker on MDF. Photo © Klaus Mauz

Oleksiy Koval, “Gnade (alternative version)”, 2012, 70 x 65 cm, casein paint, adhesive foil, marker on MDF. Photo © Klaus Mauz

 

rs leipzig

Rhythm Section im Westpol 

Daniel Geiger
Michael Hofstetter
Oleksiy Koval
Markus Krug
Kuros Nekouian
Olaf Probst
Stefan Schessl
Dorottya Szabo
Iemke van Dijk
Veronika Wenger

Eröffnung: Freitag, 2. Mai, 19 Uhr

Solokontrabass, Elmar Guantes: Sonntag, 18. Mai, 21 Uhr

Öffnungszeiten: Donnerstag bis Sonntag,
jeweils 16 – 20 Uhr und nach Vereinbarung.
Ausstellungsdauer bis einschließlich 18. Mai.

0162 – 419 83 30 oder 0177 – 401 71 05
Westpol a.i.r space, Karl-Heine-Str. 85, 04229 Leipzig

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