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Amelie von Wulffen
Bilder / Works 1998-2016

A monograph on Amelie von Wulffen is long overdue. For more than twenty years, the artist has developed a formal and stylistically wide-ranging work (collages, installation works, animation films, drawings, sculptures and painting), which is reflected in its content persistence. Amelie von Wulffen takes a clear account of the German (cultural) history in the precipitation of the private and personal, and argues as an invaluable chronicler of repression. The biting humor that permeates her work does not stop at a human low ground, though not always as directly as in her drawings and comics. The texts of this richly illustrated monograph examine Wulffen’s contribution to the painting discourse, Psychoanalytic aspects and show the painter as a role model for a young generation of artists. Amelie von Wulffen, born in Breitenbrunn in 1966, lives and works in Berlin.

Texts by Manfred Hermes, Bernhart Schwenk, Amy Sillman
Edited by Isabel Podeschwa, Bernhart Schwenk, Joe Scotland, Amelie von Wulffen

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The Drawings Of Susan Te Kahurangi King


The only book in print on the self-taught New Zealand artist who stopped speaking at age 4; drew prolifically for decades; stopped drawing for several more; and then started again in 2008. Recently discovered, these are masterpieces of 20th-century drawing.

Like many so-called outsider artists, Susan Te Kahurangi King (born 1951) has an origin story–from an early age, she communicated solely through her art. The Drawings of Susan Te Kahurangi King reveals the various periods of the New Zealand artist’s work from that foundational moment: from her childhood drawings, to her notebooks, to her mature work of the 1970s and ’80s up until the point, sometime in the 1980s, when King stopped drawing. Also included is work made since 2008, when King returned to art, showing the artist’s recent moves beyond representation.
King’s surreal, cartoonish work triumphs in dialogue with contemporary painting and drawing, echoing the comic-inspired work of such painters as Nicole Eisenman, Laura Owens and Joyce Pensato–work that similarly draws from the poles of an unfettered vision, on the one hand, and common pop culture iconography on the other. Yet in King’s work we see the unfiltered manifestation of a self-taught artist, whose work is always art and communication simultaneously. In addition to offering a biographical overview of King’s life, this catalogue tracks the evolution of her oeuvre and provides contextualization of her art.

Edited with text by Tina Kukielski. Foreword by Alex Gartenfeld. Text by Gary Panter, Amy Sillman, Chris Byrne, Petita Cole, Rachel King.

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Texte Zur Kunst #103
SEPTEMBER 2016 “POETRY”

TZK #103 addresses “poetry,” a language form central to the recent shift toward affect in contemporary critical writing. Seeing the “artist-poet” as a vital site for the intersection of politics, affect, and digitality, we consider her voice and her currency from various perspectives, pro and con, across generations, analyzing her rising success, also asking what is gained and lost in this move from “rational” thought to what one feels? Scanning populist poetry, anarchist poetry, post-millennial net-poetry, the poetry of surplus-language and social media, the art historical poetic/poet-turned-object, and shades of fading Poesie, this issue, conceived by the editors with John Kelsey and Isabelle Graw explores how the seeming immediacy of #poetry and the suggestion of a hyper-personal voice correlates with current economic demand to claim visibility.

ISSUE NO. 103 / SEPTEMBER 2016 “POETRY”

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE

TIM GRIFFIN
WHAT IS POETRY?

JOSHUA CLOVER
OBJECTIVELY SPEAKING / Remarks on Subjectivity and Poetry

ISABELLE GRAW
THE POET’S SEDUCTION / Six Theses on Marcel Broodthaers’s Contemporary Relevance

LIZ KOTZ
WORD PIECES, EVENT SCORES, COMPOSITIONS

MONIKA RINCK
THE PROMISE OF POETIC LANGUAGE

ADA O’HIGGINS
IF YOU DON’T LIKE THE REFLECTION. DON’T LOOK IN THE MIRROR. I DON’T CARE.

CHRIS KRAUS AND ARIANA REINES
THE FEELINGS I FAIL TO CAPITALIZE, I FAIL / Chris Kraus and Ariana Reines in conversation on auto-fiction and biography

FELIX BERNSTEIN
THE IRREPROACHABLE ESSAY / On the Amazon Discourse of Hybrid Literature

DANIELA SEEL
IMMEDIACY, I MEET WITH SKEPTICISM / Three questions for Daniela Seel

MICAELA DURAND
DEVIL SHIT

KAROLIN MEUNIER
HEARING VOICES / On the reading and performance of poetry

DENA YAGO
EMPIRE POETRY

SHORT CUT

FOUR THESES ON BRANDING / David Joselit on Berlin Biennale 9
MANTRAS DER GEGENWART / Hanna Magauer über die Berlin Biennale 9
ROTATION

SEHNSUCHT NACH DER VERLORENEN STADT / Johannes Paul Raether über “spiritus” von Honey-Suckle Company
BENJAMIN BUCHLOH, ART HISTORIAN / Christine Mehring on Benjamin H. D. Buchloh’s “Formalism and Historicity: Models and Methods in Twentieth-Century Art”
ES WAR ZWEIMAL SAGTE SIE / Vojin Sasa Vukadinovic über Eva Meyers „Legende sein“
LESS IS MORE? / John Miller on Justin Lieberman’s “The Corrector’s Custom Pre-Fab House”
SO MACHEN WIR’S / Eva Geulen über „The Use of Bodies“ (Homo Sacer IV.2) von Giorgio Agamben

SHORT WAVES

Gunter Reski über Victor Man bei MD 72, Berlin / Harry Burke on Dean Blunt at Arcadia Missa, London / Rhea Dall on Stephen G. Rhodes at Eden Eden, Berlin / Tobias Vogt über Thea Djordjadze bei Sprüth Magers, Berlin / Deanna Havas on Marc Kokopeli at Lomex, New York / Martin Herbert on Fredrik Værslev at Bergen Kunsthall, Norway

REVIEWS

HABEAS CORPUS / Simon Baier über Francis Picabia im Kunsthaus Zürich
MARCEL BROODTHAERS, ART HISTORIAN’S ARTIST / Trevor Stark on Marcel Broodthaers at the Museum of Modern Art, New York
MALEREI ALS SOZIALES HANDELN? / Christian Spies über Fernand Léger im Museum Ludwig, Köln
SIMULIERTE MUSEALISIERUNG / Philipp Kleinmichel über Isa Genzken im Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
ELEGANCE IS RESISTANCE / Stephanie LaCava on Lukas Duwenhögger at Artists Space, New York

NACHRUFE / OBITUARIES

TONY CONRAD (1940–2016)
by Diedrich Diederichsen
by Jay Sanders

EDITION
MARTHA ROSLER
AMY SILLMAN
AMY SILLMAN

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The Legacy of Hilma of Klint
Nine Contemporary Responses

Hilma af Klint (1862–1944) was an abstract pioneer who eschewed representational painting as early as 1906. Her radical spiritual imagery strives to provide insights into the different dimensions of existence.

Besides Hilma af Klint’s important and radical abstract paintings, she left behind a plethora of notebooks and drawings. Taking one of these, A Work on Flowers, Mosses and Lichen, as a starting point, nine contemporary artists were invited to respond to Hilma af Klint and her legacy. Hilma af Klint did not want her works to be seen until several decades after her death.
The artists included in this book are Amy Sillman, Cecilia Edefalk, Christine Ödlund, Eva Löfdahl, Fredrik Söderberg, Helen Mirra, Karl Holmqvist, Rebecca Quaytman, Sophie Tottie.

Published alongside an exhibition at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 16 February – 26 May 2013.

English and German text.

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