carlier | gebauer

XXXmas

XXXmas
26 November – 23 December, 2021

 

Made up of artworks all priced under EUR 10,000 by established and emerging artists, XXXmas has been curated on the occasion of the upcoming holiday season.

Featuring works by Sebastian Diaz Morales, Cecilia Edefalk, Michel François, Vincent Gicquel, Luis Gordillo, Harriet Korman, Richard Mosse, Jessica Rankin and Thomas Schütte.

The Youngest Day, curated by Mathew Hale

Featuring works by Nancy Buchanan, Jedediah Caesar, Fiona Connor, Tacita Dean, Thomas Demand, Fred Eversley, Morgan Fisher, Aaron Fowler, Nikita Gale, Piero Golia, Alexandra Grant, Mathew Hale, Margaret Honda, Luchita Hurtado, Joey Kötting, Sharon Lockhart, Nicole Miller, Eamon Ore-Giron, Laura Owens, Glen Rubsamen, Eddie Ruscha, Betye Saar, Asha Schechter, Rosha Yaghmai

Nancy Buchanan, Hard into Soft #9, 1972. Fom the series Hard into Soft
Pencil pastel on paper, conservation glass, 52,07 x 41,91 cm
6.500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Nancy Buchanan, Hard into Soft #12, 1972. From the series Hard into Soft
Pencil pastel on paper, conservation glass, 52,07 x 41,91 cm
6.500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Nancy Buchanan, Hard into Soft #1, 1972/2021. From the series Hard into Soft
Pencil pastel on paper, conservation glass, 52,07 x 41,91 cm
6.500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Nancy Buchanan, Hard into Soft #11, 1972. From the series Hard into Soft
Pencil pastel on paper, conservation glass, 52,07 x 41,91 cm
6.500,00 $ excl. VAT

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The Youngest Day, curated by Mathew Hale

Featuring works by Nancy Buchanan, Jedediah Caesar, Fiona Connor, Tacita Dean, Thomas Demand, Fred Eversley, Morgan Fisher, Aaron Fowler, Nikita Gale, Piero Golia, Alexandra Grant, Mathew Hale, Margaret Honda, Luchita Hurtado, Joey Kötting, Sharon Lockhart, Nicole Miller, Eamon Ore-Giron, Laura Owens, Glen Rubsamen, Eddie Ruscha, Betye Saar, Asha Schechter, Rosha Yaghmai

Asha Schechter, Straw (Hearts), 2019
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, 241,3 x 10,16 cm
2.000,00 $ excl. VAT

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Asha Schechter, Ecostraw (Mickey), 2019
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, 243,84 x 10,16 cm
2.000,00 $ excl. VAT

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AMTSALON, Berlin, 2021
Featuring works by Jelena Bulajic, Sebastian Diaz Morales, Cecilia Edefalk, Vincent Gicquel, Asta Gröting, Richard Mosse, Laure Prouvost, Marianna Uutinen and Mark Wallinger

Sebastian Diaz Morales, Open Sketch for a Film, Expedition Antartica / Tijuca, 2011
Drawing & scratching on light panel/lcd monitor, 29 x 49 x 9 cm
 

5.462,00 € excl. VAT

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Cecilia Edefalk, Maskros grön, 2020
Watercolour on paper, 57 x 38 cm

7.500,00 € excl. VAT

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Marianna Uutinen, Untitled, 2017
Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 50 cm
8.500,00 € excl. VAT

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Richard Mosse, Still from Incoming #88, 2016
Digital c-print on metallic paper, 29 x 50 cm

8.500,00 € excl. VAT

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Cecilia Edefalk, Händer, 2019
Ink on canvas, 25 cm diameter

10.000,00 € excl. VAT

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8/XXX, curated by Dieter Schwarz

How do you celebrate the 30th anniversary of a gallery in an exhibition? One could retell its story. Stories belong in books however, whereas the exhibition is a matter of the here and now of the artworks. Carlier | gebauer’s birthday exhibition is not a retrospective, not a survey, it is an improvisation without a fixed theme with works by 8 artists from different generations and with different histories – Leonor Antunes, Rosa Barba, Michel François, Luis Gordillo, Rachel Harrison, Harriet Korman, Paul Mogensen, Thomas Schütte. There is no program that connects them; solely the gaze on the works, the visual evidence of the exhibition.

Michel François, Untitled (chewing gum), 2002
Pencil on paper, 73 x 55 cm

2.600,00 € excl. VAT

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Luis Gordillo, Untitled, 2021
Mixed media and collage on paper, 42,5 x 30 cm

7.000,00 € excl. VAT

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Thomas Schütte, Old Friend Revisited, 2021
Inkjet print, 31,5 x 24 cm

150,00 € excl. VAT

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8/XXX, curated by Dieter Schwarz

How do you celebrate the 30th anniversary of a gallery in an exhibition? One could retell its story. Stories belong in books however, whereas the exhibition is a matter of the here and now of the artworks. Carlier | gebauer’s birthday exhibition is not a retrospective, not a survey, it is an improvisation without a fixed theme with works by 8 artists from different generations and with different histories – Leonor Antunes, Rosa Barba, Michel François, Luis Gordillo, Rachel Harrison, Harriet Korman, Paul Mogensen, Thomas Schütte. There is no program that connects them; solely the gaze on the works, the visual evidence of the exhibition.

Harriet Korman, Untitled, 2014
Oilstick on paper, 27,9 x 40,6 cm

3.200,00 $ excl. VAT

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Jessica Rankin | An Everywhere of Light
02.12.2021–12.02.2022
carlier | gebauer, Madrid

Jessica Rankin’s works emerge from conversation: between different material and media, between the visual and the textual, and between one artist’s practice and the work of other thinkers and makers. 

Jessica Rankin, New York, Fall 2021 (7), 2021. From the series New York, Fall 2021
Postcard, acrylic, embroidery, 11 x 15 cm
Recto

500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Jessica Rankin, New York, Fall 2021 (7), 2021. From the series New York, Fall 2021
Postcard, acrylic, embroidery, 11 x 15 cm
Verso

500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Jessica Rankin, New York, Fall 2021 (8), 2021. From the series New York, Fall 2021
Postcard, acrylic, embroidery, 11 x 15 cm
Recto

500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Jessica Rankin, New York, Fall 2021 (8), 2021. From the series New York, Fall 2021
Postcard, acrylic, embroidery, 11 x 15 cm
Verso

500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Jessica Rankin, New York, Fall 2021 (6), 2021. From the series New York, Fall 2021
Postcard, acrylic, embroidery, 11 x 15 cm
Recto 

500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Jessica Rankin, New York, Fall 2021 (6), 2021. From the series New York, Fall 2021
Postcard, acrylic, embroidery, 11 x 15 cm
Verso

500,00 $ excl. VAT

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Jessica Rankin | An Everywhere of Light
02.12.2021–12.02.2022
carlier | gebauer, Madrid

Jessica Rankin’s works emerge from conversation: between different material and media, between the visual and the textual, and between one artist’s practice and the work of other thinkers and makers.