Too much is not enough!

The Donation "Artelier Collection"

15.02.-25.08.2019


Opening: 14.02.2019, 6pm
Curated by: Friedrich Tietjen

About the exhibition

In 1985, at the Graz-based company Schilcher & Sohn KG, an in-house production line was created in the relevant department for screen printing, and the working of wood, metal and synthetics. In this way, more than 500 editions were produced of both domestic and international artists, which form the core of the collection of the Edition Artelier.

As early as 1998, the Neue Galerie Graz in conjunction with the Galerie & Edition Artelier GmbH presented parts of the editions that had been published until then, in a comprehensive exhibition mounted in the Künstlerhaus Graz. In gratitude for this cooperation, the Artelier gifted a bundle of editions to the Neue Galerie Graz. In 2016, the Edition Artelier ended the production and publishing of editions. So as to guarantee the continuity of the serial art created over 30 years and the documentation of the cultural-historical work of the Edition Artelier, the Artelier Collection GmbH, together with other owners of the artworks, handed over selected objects from this art and documentation collection to the Neue Galerie Graz in the form of a donation made in 2015.

The museum will acknowledge this generous gift in 2019 with an exhibition, which will explore, in particular, the significance of serial art, the essence of an ‘art [form] without a unique work’, of reproducible art, in the context of such terms as original and copy.

Artists:

Vito Acconci, Robert Adrian X, Iris Andraschek, Ian Anüll, John M. Armleder, Christian Ludwig Attersee, Christian Bachler, Rudolf Bährend, John Baldessari, Eliška Bartek, Thomas Baumann, Thomas Bayrle, Mohamed el Baz, Wolfgang Becksteiner, Michaela Berger, Madeleine Berkhemer, Heiner Blum, Erwin Bohatsch, Cosima von Bonin, Ecke Bonk, Monica Bonvicini, Herbert Brandl, Nikolaus Breisach, Gilbert Bretterbauer, Norbert Brunner, Günter Brus, Max Bühlmann, Angela Bulloch, Marie José Burki, Ernst Caramelle, Clegg & Guttmann, Peter Cook, Georgia Creimer, Franz Josef Czernin, Josef Danner, Jiří David, Dejanov/Heger, Johannes Deutsch, H.M. Doppler, Bronislava A. Dubner, Manfred Erjautz, EVA & ADELE, Günther Förg, Colin Fournier, Peter Friedl, Heinz Gappmayr, G.R.A.M., Jakob Gasteiger, Kendell Geers, Marcus Geiger, Hermann Glettler, Manuel Gorkiewicz, Franz Graf, Konstantin Grcic, Thomas Grünfeld, Martin Guttmann, Roman Haubenstock Ramati, Thilo Heinzmann, Richard Hoeck, Sabina Hörtner, Axel Huber, Markus Huemer, Leiko Ikemura, IRWIN, Hans Jandl, Georg Jirak, Ronald Jones, Franco Kappl, Michael Kienzer, Orhan Kipcak, Martin Kippenberger, Udo Koch, Peter Kogler, Zenita Komad, Joseph Kosuth, Brigitte Kowanz, Richard Kriesche, Andreas Kunzmann, Hans Kupelwieser, Louise Lawler, Sol LeWitt, Thomas Locher, Gerhard Lojen, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Feng Mengbo, Anna Meyer, John Miller, Lisa Milroy, Hoshyar Mohiden, Rudi Molacek, Jonathan Monk, Matt Mullican, Christian Philipp Müller, Muntean / Rosenblum, Tadeusz Myslowski, Maurizio Nannucci, Stefan Nessmann, Flora Neuwirth, Night & Day, Lucia Nogueira, Albert Oehlen, Tobias Rehberger, Werner Reiterer, Rivka Rinn, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Martha Rosler, Kurt Ryslavy, Chéri Samba, Eva Schlegel, Jörg Schlick, Hubert Schmalix, Ferdinand Schmatz, Ira Schneider, Michael Schuster, Achim Simon, SKART, Hartmut Skerbisch, Gunther Skreiner, Kiki Smith, Werner Stadler, Haim Steinbach, Christoph Steinbrener, Thomas Stimm, Christian Stock, Esther Stocker, Wolfgang Stückler, Milica Tomić, Josef Trattner, Gustav Troger, Mitja Tušek, Hartmut Urban, Matta Wagnest, Martin Walde, Franz Wanner, Peter Weibel, Hans Weigand, Markus Wilfling, Fred Wilson, Josef Windisch, Günther Wizemann, Hansi Woertl, Manfred Wolff-Plottegg, Erwin Wurm, Joseph Zehrer, Michael Zinganel, Otto Zitko, Heimo Zobernig

 

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