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Dennis Scholl

WELTEN WANDLER N°2

Dennis Scholl

Neue Wunden oder
Vom Beginn der Unmittelbarkeit

( New wounds or
On the Beginning of  Immediacy)

Of the four solo exhibitors in the series, Dennis Scholl (born 1980 in Hünfeld, Germany) is the only German-born artist. In his paintings and drawings, he draws on the rich world of myths and beliefs of the European continent. His imagery blends ancient narrative strands, Christian symbolism with impressions of his personal surroundings and detailed knowledge of the omnipresent flora and fauna depicted. In mysterious forests full of refractions of light and active shadows, which once also characterised Central Europe, his figures move in an ambivalent relationship between being uplifted, enchanted and self-dissolution. Painted with the skill of an old master, the genuine qualities of the medium of oil painting literally illuminate these enigmatically restless scenes of timeless melancholy.

Programm

Sun 05.05.24, 11:30 am –02:00 pm: Vernissage – Reception with speeches and the edition by Dennis Scholl

Sun 14.07.24, 03:00 pm – 04:00 pm: Guided Sunday Exhibition Tour with  Justus M. Müller

Sun 28.07.24, 03:00 pm – 04:00 pm: Guided Sunday Exhibition Tour with  Justus M. Müller

Sat 10.08.24 05:00 pm – 07:00 pm: Guided Exhibition Tour with Curator and Podiumsgespräch

Sun 11.08.24, 03:00 pm – 05:00 pm: Finissage with Guided Exhibition Tour and Edition

Please book your participation in the events at info@kunstvereingoettingen.de or klee@kunstvereingoettigen.de respectively by telephone at +49 (0) 551-44899

 

Edition by Dennis Scholl
The Kunstverein Göttingen has created an exquisite edition for all those who are fascinated by Dennis Scholl’s dazzling visual world: Dennis Scholl Senden und Empfangen, 2024, digital drawing, 40 x 27.7 cm, age-resistant digital FINE ART pigment print on Hahnemühle Ultrasmooth 305g/m², edition of 15 / 3 AP, price: 320 € / 240 € for members of the KV Göttingen
As a thank you for an important donation to the programme, you are not only bringing a wonderful work into your private space, but you are also supporting the work of the Kunstverein Göttingen for contemporary young art and the artists involved.
> If you are interested, please contact us here: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de

 

 


The Annual Programme 2024


TERRA DIASPORA – WELTEN WANDELN – ( CHANGING WORLDS )

TERRA DIASPORA is the leitmotif of the Kunstverein Göttingen 2024-2025. In the face of fundamental upheavals in the coexistence of nature and mankind, TERRA DIASPORA stands for a world on the move; for a terrain that is becoming increasingly alien to its inhabitants, and for an earth on which people are becoming foreign bodies. It is an earth in a foreign land, a terra diaspora.
The first part of the 2024 programme series is called TERRA DIASPORA – WELTEN WANDELN and shows artists, who create new worlds between rational reality, dream, and fantasy. Dubious of a purely functional picture of reality and often affected by family experiences of migration, the exhibited artists connect the accustomed with the new, combine facts with the fantastic and create their own identities out of old stories and new experiences. Worlds are made visible which stem from our roots and emerge when we wander the earth.
The 2024-2025 annual programme, developed by curator Stephan Klee and the participating artists, will be overseen by him over the next two years.
The second solo exhibition of 2024 is dedicated to current paintings and drawings by Dennis Scholl, which allow an enchanted and iridescent pictorial world that has grown over decades to enter the daylit rooms of the Künstlerhaus Göttingen.

We would like to thank our sponsors: Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst, Stiftung Niedersachsen, Stadt Göttingen,  Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. , Sparkasse Göttingen
With the support of the Trustee Programme for the promotion of artists EHF 2010 of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

 

Finissage: TERRA DIASPORA

Finissage

TERRA DIASPORA – Welten Wandeln – Changing Worlds
Ellen Akimoto, Cian Dayrit, Marianna Ignataki, Runa Ikeda, Oda Jaune, Hortensia Mi Kafchin, Thorsten Alexander Kasper, Rosa Loy, Kelechi Nwaneri, So Young Park, Thomias Radin, Dennis Scholl, Sara Umar, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra, Geng Xue

curated by Nicola E. Petek & Stephan Klee

The current works by artists with roots in five continents are dedicated to the emergence of the fantastic in the everyday experience of a supposedly rationally explainable environment: Does the fantastic fundamentally question our modern view of the world? Or is and has the fantastic always been an essential component of human perception and reality? The art movements of Surrealism and Magical Realism already dealt with this tense relationship; the contemporary positions gathered in the exhibition take up these questions again, revitalising and further developing key art movements of modernism.

The team of the Kunstverein invites you to the joint closing of the international group exhibition on Friday, 12.07.24, 18:00 – 20:00.

There will be a final guided tour of the exhibition with Stephan Klee at 18:00 and then the last opportunity to ask questions and reflect together on aspects of the exhibition. We are looking forward to a relaxed, informal evening with a drink or two and look forward to seeing you there.

Please register in advance at: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de or +49 (0) 551 – 44 8 99

 

Runa Ikeda The Shadow of the Living Light – 生ける光の影 / Edition, 2024

 

Für alle Freunde von phantastischer figurativer Kunst hat der Kunstverein Göttingen eine exquisite Edition aufgelegt:
Runa Ikeda The shadow of the living light – 生ける光の影 / Edition, 2024, alterungsbeständiger Digitaler FINE ART – Pigmentdruck auf HAHNEMÜHLE Bamboo, rauh-matt 280g/m², Auflage 15 / 3 AP, Preis: 320 € / 240 € für Mitglieder des KV Göttingen

Als Dank für eine wichtige Spende zum Programm holen Sie sich nicht nur eine wunderbare Arbeit in Ihre Privaträume, sondern Sie unterstützen auch die Arbeit des Kunstvereins Göttingen für zeitgenössische junge Kunst und die beteiligten Kunstschaffenden.   >> Bei Interesse kontaktieren Sie uns bitte hier: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de

 

Wir danken unseren Förderern: Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst, Stiftung Niedersachsen, Stadt Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. und Sparkasse Göttingen.

Art meets Literature

Reading and panel discussion as part of the exhibition TERRA DIASPORA – Welten Wandeln
Art meets literature: the novel Uprooted by Indian author Alka Saraogi

Monday, 01.07.24 at 19:00 – 21:00

Reading and discussion with the author, the translator Prof. Dr. Almuth Degener, University of Mainz, and the co-curator of the exhibition Nicola E. Petek;
Moderation: Dr. Ines Fornell, Seminar for Indology and Tibetology at the University of Göttingen;
in cooperation with the Literaturforum Indien e. V.

This new novel of contemporary Indian literature, which has just been published in a direct German translation, deals literarily with the theme of the exhibition TERRA DIASPORA – Welten Wandeln: in the world of East and West Bengal, characterized by pogroms against people of other faiths after the partition of the subcontinent at the end of British colonial rule over India, the story of Kulbhushan unfolds, who, as a refugee between home and new beginnings, remains an uprooted person and at the same time shows unexpected strengths. The author’s poetic language allows us to experience this story in all its contradictions in an emotionally moving way.

Please register in advance at: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de or +49 (0) 551 – 44 8 99

 

Alka Saraogi “Entwurzelt”, Roman-Cover

 

TERRA DIASPORA – “Welten Wandeln”, Sara Umar Ausstellungsansicht

 

Wir danken unseren Förderern: Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst, Stiftung Niedersachsen, Stadt Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. und Sparkasse Göttingen.

Panel Talk: TERRA DIASPORA

Panel Talk
TERRA DIASPORA – Welten Wandeln

Saturday, 15.06.24 at 17:00 – 19:00
5:00 – 5:45 pm: Guided tour through the exhibition Welten Wandeln with the curator Stephan Klee
6:00 – 7:00 pm: Panel discussion with the artist Marianna Ignataki, the artist Thomias Radin and curator Stephan Klee, moderated by Dr. phil Almut Hüfler

 

Topic

Migration as a source of the fantastic
New narratives between cultures and the new border regimes

After a guided tour through the exhibition TERRA DIASPORA – Welten Wandeln with the responsible co-curator Stephan Klee and a short break for drinks participants in the exhibition will meet to talk about the influences in their artistic narratives, be it the culture of their countries of origin, experiences during their migration or the inspirations in their new living environment.

Together with Stephan Klee, they will also discuss the limits of the universal idea of human rights in the current global refugee dynamics. Are there connections between the failure of rational, humane politics and the new emergence of „subreal“ narratives and fantastic drafts of the world?

The conversation will be moderated by Dr. Phil. Almut Hüfler from Berlin.
She is a curator, Literature Scientist and is familiar with the positions and the thematic complex, due to an ongoing collaboration with the involved protagonists and actual contention with the topics.

Please register in advance at: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de or +49 (0) 551 – 44 8 99

 

TERRA DIASPORA – “Welten Wandeln” , exhibtion view Marianna Ignataki

 

TERRA DIASPORA – “Welten Wandeln”, exhibition view Thomias Radin

 

Wir danken unseren Förderern: Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst, Stiftung Niedersachsen, Stadt Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. und Sparkasse Göttingen.

Vernissage: TERRA DIASPORA

Vernissage:

TERRA DIASPORA – Welten Wandeln – Changing Worlds

Ellen Akimoto, Cian Dayrit, Marianna Ignataki, Runa Ikeda, Oda Jaune, Hortensia Mi Kafchin, Thorsten Alexander Kasper, Rosa Loy, Kelechi Nwaneri, So Young Park, Thomias Radin, Dennis Scholl, Sara Umar, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra, Geng Xue

curated by Nicola E. Petek & Stephan Klee

The current works by artists with roots in five continents are dedicated to the emergence of the fantastic in the everyday experience of a supposedly rationally explainable environment: Does the fantastic fundamentally question our modern view of the world? Or is and has the fantastic always been an essential component of human perception and reality? The art movements of Surrealism and Magical Realism already dealt with this tense relationship; the contemporary positions gathered in the exhibition take up these questions again, revitalising and further developing key art movements of modernism.

 

The team of Kunstverein Göttingen is looking forward to welcoming you to the opening reception of this large group exhibition on Sunday, 05.05.24, 11:30 – 14:00.

In the spacious rooms of Alte Rathaus Göttingen, the managing director Helmut Wenzel and the curator team Nicola E. Petek and Stephan Klee will give introductory speeches. This will be accompanied by Trio d’anches of the Göttingen Symphony Orchestra will perform two pieces by Libor Sima and two tangos will acoustically enrich the event. The association will also be presenting the new edition by Runa Ikeda. Some of the artists in the exhibition and the curatorial duo will be present and drinks will be provided.

The exhibition rooms will be open until 17:00 on this Sunday afternoon.

 

Runa Ikeda The shadow of the living light – 生ける光の影 / Edition, 2024

 

The Kunstverein Göttingen has created an exquisite edition for all friends of fantastic figurative art:
Runa Ikeda The shadow of the living light – 生ける光の影 / Edition, 2024, age-resistant digital FINE ART – pigment print on HAHNEMÜHLE Bamboo, rough-matt 280g/m², edition of 15 / 3 AP, price: 320 € / 240 € for members of the KV Göttingen

As a thank you for an important donation to the programme, you are not only bringing a wonderful work of art into your private space, but you are also supporting the work of the Kunstverein Göttingen for contemporary young art and the artists involved. >> If you are interested, please contact us here: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de

 

We would like to thank our sponsors: Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and the Arts, Lower Saxony Foundation, City of Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. and Sparkasse Göttingen.

TERRA DIASPORA

TERRA DIASPORA – Welten Wandeln – Changing Worlds

Ellen Akimoto, Cian Dayrit, Marianna Ignataki, Runa Ikeda, Oda Jaune, Hortensia Mi Kafchin, Thorsten Alexander Kasper, Rosa Loy, Kelechi Nwaneri, So Young Park, Thomias Radin, Dennis Scholl, Sara Umar, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra, Geng Xue

curated by Nicola E. Petek & Stephan Klee

 

The current works by artists with roots in five continents are dedicated to the emergence of the fantastic in the everyday experience of a supposedly rationally explainable environment: Does the fantastic fundamentally question our modern view of the world? Or is and has the fantastic always been an essential component of human perception and reality? The art movements of Surrealism and Magical Realism already dealt with this tense relationship; the contemporary positions gathered in the exhibition take up these questions again, revitalising and further developing key art movements of modernism.

Ideas of the enchanted, of the enchanted, but also of enchantment are created here – using techniques such as collage, alienation, sacralisation, encryption, subjective re-narration – or even digital methods. Logical connections are often dissolved in order to imaginatively reconnect the loose ends. Absurd juxtapositions of things that actually have nothing to do with each other in the usual reality are accepted – or do they?

Specially created worlds form the respective surroundings in the works, oscillating between fantastic landscape, dream and subconscious, while incorporating references to visual cultural history. Visitors to the exhibition are invited to follow the artists on display as they traverse, record, capture, and simultaneously change various areas of reality: Changing worlds.

 

Programme

  • Sun 05.05.24, 11:30 am –02:00 pm: Vernissage – Reception with speeches, live music by Trio d’anches, and
    the edition by Runa Ikeda

  • Sun 26.05.24, 03:00 pm: Sunday guided tour with Justus M. Müller
  • Sat 15.06.24, 05:00 pm – 08:00 pm: Guided tour & panel discussion with special guests and curator Stephan Klee
  • Mon 01.07.24, 07:00 – 09:00 pm: Literature meets art: Alka Saraogi: Uprooted – reading and talk with special guests and curator Nicola E. Petek
  • Sun 07.07.24, 03:00 pm: Sunday guided tour with  Justus M. Müller
  • Fri 12.07.24, 06:00 – 08:00 Uhr: Finissage with guided tour & edition

Please book your participation in the events at info@kunstvereingoettingen.de or  klee@kunstvereingoettigen.de respectively by telephone at 0551-44899

 

 

The Annual Programme 2024
TERRA DIASPORA – WELTEN WANDELN – ( CHANGING WORLDS )

TERRA DIASPORA is the leitmotif of the Kunstverein Göttingen 2024-2025. In the face of fundamental upheavals in the coexistence of nature and mankind, TERRA DIASPORA stands for a world on the move; for a terrain that is becoming increasingly alien to its inhabitants, and for an earth on which people are becoming foreign bodies. It is an earth in a foreign land, a terra diaspora.

The first part of the 2024 programme series is called TERRA DIASPORA – WELTEN WANDELN and shows artists, who create new worlds between rational reality, dream, and fantasy. Dubious of a purely functional picture of reality and often affected by family experiences of migration, the exhibited artists connect the accustomed with the new, combine facts with the fantastic and create their own identities out of old stories and new experiences. Worlds are made visible which stem from our roots and emerge when we wander the earth.
The 2024-2025 annual programme, developed by curator Stephan Klee and the participating artists, will be overseen by him over the next two years. For the central group exhibition Welten Wandeln Nicola E. Petek – an expert of figurative contemporary art – is the Co Curator. As a curator-duo together they conceive and arrange fifteen international artistic positions to provide an astonishing array of actual, fantastic, subjective, and playful approaches to the topic in the medieval exhibitions halls of Altes Rathaus Göttingen.

We would like to thank our sponsors: Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and the Arts, Stiftung Niedersachsen, City of Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. und Sparkasse Göttingen.

Ellen Akimoto

WELTEN WANDLERIN N°1
Ellen Akimoto – Matter Ecstatic
> Exhibition tour, artist talk & edition

On the occasion of the first institutional solo presentation of Ellen Akimoto’s paintings,
the Kunstverein Göttingen e.V. is very pleased to invite you to the following event:

Friday, Feb the 2nd at 6 – 8 pm at Künstlerhaus Göttingen, 2nd upper floor
> Guided tour through the exhibition with the artist and the curator
and publication of the edition Ellen Akimoto “Picture Holder”, 2024

> Artist talk with Ellen Akimoto, Dr Anne-Katrin Sors (Custodian of the Art Collection of the University of Göttingen) & the curator Stephan Klee with a concluding open discussion on the topic:

A New Surreality
– Digital Images, AI, Generated Spaces and
the Role of Painting as a Contemporary Medium
based on the work of Ellen Akimoto –

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

The Kunstverein Göttingen has created an exquisite edition for all friends of Ellen Akimoto’s current works:

Ellen Akimoto Picture Holder Again, 2024, 42 x 29.7 cm, age-resistant digital FINE ART – pigment print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Matt Baryta paper, 308g/m², edition of 15 / 3 AP,
Price: 320 € / 240 € for members of the KV Göttingen

As a thank you for an important donation to the programme, you are not only bringing a wonderful work into your private space, but you are also supporting the work of the Kunstverein Göttingen for contemporary young art and the artists involved.
> If you are interested, please contact us here: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de

 

We would like to thank our sponsors: Ministry of Science and Art of Lower Saxony, City of Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V., and Sparkasse Göttingen.

Vernissage: Ellen Akimoto “Matter Ecstatic”

Vernissage:

WELTEN WANDLERIN N°1
Ellen Akimoto – Matter Ecstatic

Ellen Akimoto’s (*1988 Westlake Village, US) paintings often centre on individual people in their personal interiors. The private living space in its architecture and atmosphere, with its furnishings and pets, not only offers a place of retreat and shelter but also reflects the inner life of the occupants and their often tense relationship to the world. As the room layout, daytime mood, incidence of light, colour scheme and fragmented details sometimes seem unfamiliar and alienating, the sense of security within one’s own four walls is put to the test.

The team of the Kunstverein is looking forward to welcome you to the
Opening Reception of the solo show on Sunday, 14.01.24 at 11:30 am – 3:00 pm.
It is the first exhibition of the new year and the first exhibition of the programme series
TERRA DIASPORA – CHANGING WORLDS
The artist and the curator will be present – music and drinks will be provided.

 

We would like to thank our sponsors: Ministry of Science and Art of Lower Saxony, City of Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. and Sparkasse Göttingen.

Ellen Akimoto

WELTEN WANDLERIN N°1
Ellen Akimoto – Matter Ecstatic
curated by Stephan Klee

Ellen Akimoto’s (*1988 Westlake Village, US) paintings often centre on individual people in their personal interiors. The private living space in its architecture and atmosphere, with its furnishings and pets, not only offers a place of retreat and shelter but also reflects the inner life of the occupants and their often tense relationship to the world. As the room layout, daytime mood, incidence of light, colour scheme and fragmented details sometimes seem unfamiliar and alienating, the sense of security within one’s own four walls is put to the test.
Where does this unique, subterranean mysteriousness in Akimoto’s works come from? Is it due to the artist’s dialogue between real paintings and computer-based images? Drawing from both sources, she assembles her painterly collages from digital set pieces of various bodies and fragments of several spatial views on the canvas. In this way, almost floating, modular actors, like mannequins, wander through fragmented spaces.
In these dreamy de-arrangements, Akimoto does not create authentic studies of people but rather generates images of people in a more general sense, which nevertheless sometimes carry the faces of real people in front of them like a mask. Her pictures fundamentally show the sensitivity and flexibility of the human being, as a being that absorbs the most diverse influences and reacts in unexpected ways.

Akimoto earned her BFA from the California State University Chico, during which she spent a year studying at the Mainz Academy of Arts in Germany. She went on to complete a post-graduate Meisterschüler degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig, funded by a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD. She has received grants from the Cultural Foundation of Saxony and the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation and her work has been acquired by the Dresden Public Art Collection. From 2021 to 2022 she was a Visual Arts Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA. She has exhibited widely in Germany and has had solo shows in Berlin, Leipzig, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Saint Rémy de Provence in France.


Programme

  • Sun 14.01.24, 11:30 am – 3:00 pm: Vernissage & Reception
  • Fri 02.02.24, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Guided tour with artist, Dr Sors & curator plus panel discussion & edition
  • Sun 04.02.24, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Sunday guided tour
  • Sun 25.02.24, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Finissage with guided tour & edition

Please book your participation in the events at info@kunstvereingoettingen.de or klee@kunstvereingoettigen.de respectively by telephone at 0551-44899

 


Edition of Ellen Akimoto

The Kunstverein Göttingen has created an exquisite edition for all friends of Ellen Akimoto’s current works:
Ellen Akimoto Picture Holder Again, 2024, 42 x 29.7 cm, age-resistant digital FINE ART – pigment print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Matt Baryta paper, 308g/m², edition of 15 / 3 AP,
Price: 320 € / 240 € for members of the KV Göttingen
As a thank you for an important donation to the programme, you are not only bringing a wonderful work into your private space, but you are also supporting the work of the Kunstverein Göttingen for contemporary young art and the artists involved.
> If you are interested, please contact us here: info@kunstvereingoettingen.de

 

 

The Annual Programme 2024

TERRA DIASPORA – WELTEN WANDELN – ( CHANGING WORLDS )
TERRA DIASPORA is the leitmotif of the Kunstverein Göttingen 2024-2025. In the face of fundamental upheavals in the coexistence of nature and mankind, TERRA DIASPORA stands for a world on the move; for a terrain that is becoming increasingly alien to its inhabitants and for an earth on which people are becoming foreign bodies. It is an earth in a foreign land, a terra diaspora.

The first part of the 2024 programme series is called TERRA DIASPORA – WELTEN WANDELN (CHANGING WORLDS) and shows artists, who create new worlds between rational reality, dream and fantasy. Doubting a purely functional reality and often characterised by experiences of family migration, the exhibited artists combine the familiar with the new, fuse facts with the fantastic and create their own identity from old stories and new experiences. Worlds become visible that lie in our roots and emerge as we walk across this earth.
The 2024-2025 annual programme was developed by curator Stephan Klee and will be overseen by him over the next two years. The artist Ellen Akimoto will kick off the 2024 annual programme with her solo paintings in the liminal spaces between reality, vision and virtuality.

We would like to thank our sponsors: Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and the Arts, City of Göttingen, Landschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V. and Sparkasse Göttingen.

Opening: Mercedes Azpilicueta

Opening: Friday 13 October from 6-8pm.


Tierra desnuda, cielo desnudo
is about the potential for poetic interpretation inherent in translation. Translation constantly takes place in Mercedes Azpilicueta’s practice: the literal translations of words; the translation of ideas into material and vice versa; and in Göttingen, the works’ translation into an exhibition context. The exhibition’s Spanish title Tierra desnuda, cielo desnudotranslates to “naked earth, naked sky”. Earth and sky, the corporeal and the cerebral, are denuded, rendered vulnerable, left open for translation. The artist’s practice of translation takes place in the space between, all the while serving a uniting function in the process. Between artist and object, between object and viewer, between material and meaning, between earth and sky, between body and mind.

Mercedes Azpilicueta’s solo exhibition at Kunstverein Göttingen lays bare just how subjective language, history, stories and objects are. The artist is not judgemental or critical of things like inherent bias. She rather gently unveils the uneven distribution of power that often accompanies this subjectivity, translating it into unusual material combinations and forms that are a little bit off. The exhibition combines such works with other ostensibly more poetic compositions by the artist. The juxtaposition is not meant to be jarring, rather decentralising of interpretation. The artist’s installations encompass the whole space, dispelling any preconceived distinction between art and exhibition design. Architectural elements mingle with airy freestanding and hanging sculptures made of re-purposed objects and materials that hold personal stories and socio-cultural histories within them. 

Curated by Sarah Crowe and Alke Heykes.


Mercedes Azpilicueta is a visual and performance artist from Buenos Aires living and working in Amsterdam. She was an artist in residence at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam in 2015-16, and received the Pernod Ricard Fellowship in 2017. Solo exhibitions include Lumen Travo Gallery, Amsterdam (2023); Sammlung Philara, Düsseldorf (2022/23); Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein (2022); NoguerasBlanchard, Madrid (2022); Gasworks, London (2021); CAC Brétigny, Brétigny-sur-Orge (2021); Museion, Bolzano/Bozen (2020); Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2019); CentroCentro, Madrid (2019); and MAMBA, Buenos Aires (2018). Her work is also currently on view at Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands. Azpilicueta was nominated for the Prix de Rome in 2021.


The exhibition will take place at the Altes Rathaus in cooperation with the City of Göttingen’s Fachdienst Kultur. We thank our funding partners: Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst, LEAP, AKB StiftungStadt GöttingenLandschaftsverband Südniedersachsen e.V and Sparkasse Göttingen.