Design: City Hall Esslingen by Tom Lauerman
After a successful exhibition titled "Opening Lines: Telegraph in Berlin" at the Milchhof Pavilion, Telegraph is happy to announce a second itinerary of their first overseas project that will take place at the private residence of a wonderful collectors duo that has left a bold mark in Detroit's artist community, and is continuing to do so even after their move to Germany a couple of years ago.
While the pavilion's design allowed the show to be accessible 24/7 throughout the run of the show, the exhibition in Esslingen will be open to the public only after making a prior appointment.
Continuing Lines : Telegraph in Esslingen
Hartmut Austen / Haley Reneé Bates / Fabio J. Fernández
Shannon Goff / Tom Lauerman
Brent Sommerhauser / Christian Tedeschi
Samstag, 26.11.2011 von 14 - 18 Uhr / Artist Talk um 15 Uhr und Sonntag, 27.11.2011 von 11 - 14 Uhr
Bitte teilen Sie uns mit, ob und an welchem Tag Sie teilnehmen möchten.
Besichtigungen nach dem Eröffnungstermin sind nach Vereinbarung bis Ende Dezember möglich.
K&K Entenmann / 73732 Esslingen / kentenmann@ mac. com
The Butcher's Daughter Contemporary Art presents
DTW to LAX: Austen, Beasley and Shaouni
opening Saturday, October 29, 2011.
Fresh from their west coast debut with TBD at PULSE Art Fair in LA,
Hartmut Austen, Kevin Beasley and Marvin Shaouni
are assembled once again for their exhibition on view in Ferndale
through November 23, 2011 (appointments available until December 3).
22747 Woodward Avenue, Suite 201
Ferndale, Michigan 48220-1740
PHONE 248 808-6536
HOURS THUR - SAT, 11-5
and by appointment
Website The Butcher's Daughter Gallery
Wesite PULSE Los Angeles
Hubertus Hoffschild contemporary art Kunsthandel Editionen
Goethestr. 8 DE-23564 Lübeck, Germany
Malerei, Zeichnung und Graphik aus dem Bestand
Artists: Friedel Anderson •Martin Assig •Falko Behrendt •Felix Droese •Gustav Kluge •Hartmut Austen •Eiko Borcherding •Martin Wittfooth •Michal Jankowski •Jan Kromke •Christopher Andersen •Thorsten Brinkmann •Nando Vivas
19.09.2011 through 19.11.2011
The seven artists of the Telegraph Art Collective originally met in Detroit, from there members spread to distant points around the United States. The collective has essentially functioned as a running conversation, typically conducted at long range. Occasionally the group organizes exhibitions and presentations that explore ideas of common interest such as architecture, history and process. Works gathered for these exhibitions also question and examine the boundaries of fine art, craft and design. Telegraph made its debut at Chicago’s Stray Show in May 2004 and has since shown together in Toronto, Kansas City, and various Detroit-area locations. Opening Lines: Telegraph in Berlin, will take place at the Pavilion at Milchhofand represents the group’s first European venture. The exhibition will take place in a partially glass-walled pavilion. Access to the pavilion’s interior is only possible at the opening reception, after which works are to be viewed from the exterior.The seven artists of Telegraph plan to create an exhibition that takes into consideration the specific architecture and limited accessibility of the pavilion. These parameters have acted as creative prompts that have guided what the artists made and how and where these objects are installed. Art work will range from sculpture to paintings and drawings that employ a wide range of materials and techniques.
Website Milchhof Pavillon
I am happy to announce that The Butchers Daughter Gallery will present a selection of my works during the inaugural Los Angeles edition of PULSE art fair.
Here is a project for which I sent a drawing to Samson Projects in Boston. A kind invite arrived through David Curcio in Watertown, Sarah Kabot in Cleveland and Jordan Buschur currently in Interlochen.
The show opens July 16 at Samson Projects in Boston.
Chain Letter is a global group show wherein 10 artists have been invited to participate. Those 10 then invite 10 artists that they admire. Those 10 invite 10 more and so on. This cycle continues for 30 days. The result is an exponentially massive, artist-curated group show based entirely on admiration.
For more info, visit: http://chainletter2011.com
From July 25 to September 4, I will be showing a selection of paintings as part of several inaugural exhibitions that take place in the new building of the Urban Center for Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids (UICA). Other artists are
Gary Justis and L J Douglas
For more information, please click here. or go to UICA.org
Hartmut Austen is a painter and educator living in the Boston area.