Join us at our booths A10 (Solo) and B10 (Main)
DATES AND OPENING HOURS
Early Access (on invitation)
10 november 2022, 17.00–19.00
Preview (on invitation)
10 november 2022, 19.00–22.00
Vernissage (on invitation)
11 november 2022, 18.00–21.00
11 november 2022, 11.00–18.00
12 november 2022, 10.30–19.30
13 november 2022, 10.30–18.00
Glacis Square (Fouerplaatz)
13.10.22 - 7.1.23
Opening on Thursday, October 13th, 18:00
Nosbaum Reding is very pleased to invite you to the first solo show untitled HEAT by Tina Gillen at Nosbaum reding | Bruxelle.
This exhibition will close the festivities linked to the Venice Biennale, a particularly effervescent and international year for Tina Gillen.
More info TBA
Nosbaum Reding invites you to the finishing exhibition of Joachim Bandau "Transparente Verdichtung"
This Saturday, September 24th at 11:00
It is the first solo show in Luxembourg for the German sculptor and painter Joachim Bandau (b. 1936).
Bandau is among a seminal group of artists such as Dan Flavin, Donald Judd and Sol LeWitt who in the 1960s developed a minimalist formal vocabulary in reaction to the predominance of post-war Abstract Expressionism. Among his early much-noticed series were mobile containers evocative of sarcophagi and models of bunkers that addressed issues of physical confinement and restriction.
Later in his career he focussed increasingly on painting, as witness his ongoing series of Black Watercolours, in which myriad shades of black overlap to create translucent geometric shapes that play with planeness and depth of field. The result of a meticulous and time-consuming process in which the artist adds layer upon layer over several days or weeks, they seem to float or even move, suggesting references to early photography and cinema, but also textile samples.
In the mid-1970s, Bandau's sculptural work evolved from biomorphic structures to a more minimalist vocabulary of boxes and geometric volumes. Echoing his painterly work, they explore the tensions between volume and emptiness, or between presence and absence. Titled Transparente Verdichtung (Transparent Compression), the exhibition at Nosbaum Reding Luxembourg features a selection of recent paintings and sculptures in which the artist continues his ongoing exploration of space and the role of time in the making of the artwork.
Joachim Bandau (b. 1936 in Cologne) graduated from the Düsseldorf Academy of Arts in 1961, where he studied alongside Gerhard Richter, Joseph Beuys and Imi Knoebel. In 1966 he co-founded the artists' collective K66. His self-driving Cabine Mobiles for documenta 6 in Kassel in 1977, which was included in the ?Utopian Design? section, attracted wide critical attention. Since the 1960s, his work has been shown in solo exhibitions across the world, including at Museum Ludwig in Cologne, M HKA in Antwerp, SculptureCenter in New York, Haus der Kunst in Munich and Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels. It can also be found in numerous public and private collections such as Centre Pompidou in Paris, Kunstmuseum in Basel, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen in Dresden and Museum Ludwig in Cologne.
BANI ABIDI, LUISA BEVILACQUA, JUSTINE BLAU, MARCO GODINHO, NICOLINE VAN HARSKAMP, ANDRÉS LEJONA, IMMY MALI, CHANTAL MAQUET, JULIE POLIDORO, MARIANNE MISPELAËRE, AÏDA PATRICIA SCHWEITZER, EMILY SPEED, BARTHÉLÉMY TOGUO
Commissariat : Justine Blau accompagnée de Luisa Bevilacqua
Sur une initiative de la Ville de Dudelange
Brussels Gallery Weekend
8-11 September 2022
For its 15th anniversary, BGW gives a carte blanche to a selection of galleries who bring large format works.
Discover unique artworks by Christoph Meier into the group show Sculpture Factory @L'imprimerie.
Print Shop | @L'imprimerie | National Bank of Belgium
56 Bd de Berlaimont
Bruxelles, Bruxelles 1000
Nosbaum Reding | Bruxelles will be open on Thursday until 9pm and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 6pm
Nosbaum Reding | Bruxelles
Rue de la Concorde 60A
Stiftung Friedrichs zur Förderung zeitgenössischer Kunst
02-09-22 / 16-10-22
Group show with :
Lützowstraße 32 10785 Berlin, Germany
PAREIDOLIE, the international fair of contemporary drawing in Marseille, will be held on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 August 2022 at the Château de Servières.
Admission: 5€ except for members, job seekers and social security beneficiaries.
11-19 boulevard Boisson 13004 Marseille
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August 7 – October 23, 2022
Barthélémy Toguo: Faith Can Move Mountains
Opening: Sunday, 7 August 2022, 11 am
You're invited to join the opening on Sunday, 7th of August, 11 am.
Barthélémy Toguo (*1967) has been focusing in his artistic practice on highly topical issues of identity and social belonging, migration, flight, displacement, and those restrictions that stem from territorial borders and politics regarding sovereign rights. Against the background of his dual Cameroonian-French citizenship, he thereby explicitly adopts a non-Eurocentric approach. He is above all concerned about the causes of ecological problems and their impact on society: drinking and industrial water shortages, maldevelopments in agriculture, the effects of climate change, corruption, armed conflicts or lack of economic development prospects.
14 July at 19:30
HALLESCHES UFER 78
Pisces and Capricorns
Mit Texten von Amely Deiss, Mitch Speed und Frédéric Schwilden
Hg. Amely Deiss / Kunstpalais, Stadt Erlangen; Ursula Schöndeling / Heidelberger Kunstverein | Deutsch/Englisch | 192 Seiten | ISBN 978-3-95476-470-9
Anlässlich der Veröffentlichung von Pisces and Capricorns findet ein Get-together und Künstlergespräch in den Räumlichkeiten von DISTANZ statt.
Die Publikation Pisces and Capricorns erscheint im Zusammenhang mit Bourscheids erster Einzelausstellung im deutschsprachigen Raum, die im Kunstpalais in Erlangen und anschließend im Heidelberger Kunstverein gezeigt wurde. Seine neueste, sehr persönliche Arbeit Agnes ist hier erstmals abgebildet.
Mike Bourscheid, Künstler
Amely Deiss, Leiterin Kunstpalais und Städtische Sammlung Erlangen
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Einlass ab 19:00 Uhr
Film still from the video Agnes, 2022 © Mike Bourscheid
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