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15 lithographs, black, on BFK Rives 300gm2 paper, 80 x 65 cm, edition of 4 plus 1 A.P. and 1 H.C., numbered, dated and signed.
Heimo Zobernig, born in 1958 in Mauthen (Austria), lives and works in Vienna.
With objects that one hesitates to describe as artistic or utilities, Heimo Zobernig questions both the places of art (the exhibition, the catalog) and the everyday environment (a bar, a facade). (Véronique Bacchetta , extract from the press release)
Edited by the CEC!
Focus: Mélanie Matranga
Mélanie Matranga’s artistic approach is crossed by stories that infiltrate a production of objects, installations, films, and even pieces of furniture and reconstructions of interiors that are loaded with signifying signs, texts and images: drawings, photographs, prints, projections. These combined elements propose “situations” that interrogate intimacy and seem to be filled with sensations and residual feelings, receptacles where real life experience and imagination, the document and the scenario meet. (more…)
From 6 PM Presentation of the sound edition Artists’ Voices, with Rita Ackermann, Gerard Byrne, Valentin Carron, Claire Fontaine, Jason Dodge, Giulia Essyad, Sylvie Fleury, Gilles Furtwängler, Mathis Gasser, Marcus Geiger / Heimo Zobernig, Vivienne Griffin & Kaspars Groshevs, Thomas Hirschhorn, Tobias Kaspar and Jan Vorisek, Anne Le Troter, Beat Lippert, Tobias Madison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Damián Navarro, James Richards, Emanuel Rossetti, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Ramaya Tegegne and Ricardo Valentim (triple LP, ed. CEC, 2016)
7 PM Ramaya Tegegne, Version #19: Judy Chicago, 2016 (reading/performance)
7:30 PM Giulia Essyad, Poetry Reading December 2016 (reading) et Salamander Said, 2016 (ceramics) with Sabrina Röthlisberger, En Attendant Antarah, guerrier poète, 2015, (bench)
8 PM HAGGARD CARAVAN, composed by Stefan Tcherepnin, with recordings by Solar Lice (Jeanne Graff, Tobias Madison, Flavio Merlo, Emanuel Rossetti, Gregory Ruppe, William Z. Saunders & Stefan Tcherepnin), mixed in York House Hotel, Wakefield, 2014 (sound installation, 44’30’’)
John M Armleder, Valentin Carron, Marc Camille Chaimovicz, Claude Closky, Andreas Dobler, David Hominal, Rosemarie Trockel and Heimo Zobernig (editions CEC)
Until March 11, 2017
Artists’ Voices assembles a group of sound pieces linked to the theme of the voice. The voice considered as a strong marker on the unconscious, a pre-language primal expression that is directly connected to emotions and is identifiable by a body of signs: tone, vibration, timbre, rhythm. The sound pieces are songs, declamations, monologues, a reading, a discourse, a dialogue, an echo, a whisper, a noise, a scream or breathing, up to the point of rupture, dysphonia, aphonia, silence, or even the return of sound and music. (more…)
ALPHABET EDITIONS is an alphabetical display of the CEC’s editions (1989-2014), a possibility to see again everything or to purchase a book, a print or a multiple during this “winter sale”. WINTER SALE is neither a sale nor an auction or a sale, but simply the presentation of the still available editions, a new display, a Christmas market and above all a support for the CEC. (more…)
In a momentary community, free and polyphonic, the gallery Parrotta Contemporary Art in Stuttgart presents a series of editions of the Centre d’édition contemporaine chosen by Véronique Bacchetta : Andreas Dobler, Elke Krystufek, Erik van Lieshout, Florian Pumhösl, Markus Schinwald, Benjamin Valenza, Emmett Williams, Heimo Zobernig. (more…)
John M. Armleder, gravures, 1992
Monica Bonvicini, Eternmale, 2002
Jakob Kolding, lambda print & Posters, 2001/2003
Mai-Thu Perret, 5 Sculptures of Pure Self-Expression, 2004
Florian Pumhösl, Etudes abstraites, 2004
Heimo Zobernig, Sans titre, 1996
Exhibition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine editions 1986 – 1998
The CGGC artistic program reflects the CGGC productions from 1986 to 1998: engraving, lithography, offset, multiple and artist book. Among the artists who previously collaborated with the Centre and whose works were exhibited on this occasion, particularly be mentioned the names of Ian Anüll, John M. Armleder, Alex Baladi, Alexandre Bianchini, Marcel Broodthaers, Stéphane Brunner, Mourad Cheraït, Claude Closky, Philippe Favier, Nicolas Fernandez, Claude Gaçon, Fabrice Gygi, Alex Hanimann, Jérôme Hentsch et Alain Julliard, Thomas Hirschhorn, Andreas Hofer, Karen Kilimnik, Elke Krystufek, Simon Lamunière, Stephan Landry, Claude Lévêque, Christian Lindow, Henri Michaux*, Elena Montesinos, Olivier Mosset, Kristin Oppenheim, Giuseppe Penone, Anne Pesce, Marie Sacconi, Roman Signer, Sigurdur Arni Sigurdsson, Rosemarie Trockel, Emmett Williams, Heimo Zobernig.
Collective manifestation – exhibition with works , editions , installations , performances and video screenings or dias from Alex Baladi, Alexandre Bianchini, Cosima von Bonin, Mourad Cheraït, Claude Closky, Adam Dant, Alain Declercq, Jeremy Deller, Andreas Exner, Nicolás Fernández, Claude Gaçon, Vidya Gastaldon & Jean-Michel Wicker, Jakob Gautel, Fabrice Gygi, Mathilde ter Heijne, Thomas Hirschhorn, Laurence Huber, Klat, Koo Jeong-A, Elke Krystufek, Yves Levasseur, Claude Lévêque, Elena Montesinos, Gianni Motti, Honoré d’O, Kristin Oppenheim, Anne Pesce, Christophe Rey, Allen Ruppersberg, Alain Séchas, Luc Tuymans, Heimo Zobernig.
Continuously event over three days and exhibition of works, installations, performances and video projections and films. With Alexandre Bianchini, Henry Bond, Mourad Cheraït, Claude Closky, Jeanne Dunning, Olafur Eliasson, Andreas Exner, Urs Fischer, Mathilde ter Heijne, Jérôme Hentsch, Thomas Hirschhorn, Laurence Huber, Fabio Jaramillo et Sidney Stucki, Karen Kilimnik, Elke Krystufek, Yves Levasseur, Aernout Mik, Kristin Oppenheim, Alix Pearlstein, Lisa May Post, Marie Sacconi, Hinrich Sachs et Marylène Negro (as surprise guest), Rosemarie Trockel, Carl Emanuel Wolff, Heimo Zobernig. Video on request : Jeanne Dunning, Nicolás Fernández, Gianni Motti, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Alix Pearlstein, Christophe Rey, B. Toguo Tamokoué, Luc Tuymans, Anne Pesce.
With Pierre Bismuth, Philippe Decrauzat, Aaron Flint Jamison, Erik van Lieshout, Fabian Marti, Oscar Tuazon, Benjamin Valenza, Jeffrey Vallance, Heimo Zobernig
stand A31, halle 2, Palexpo, Geneva