Minimalism And Applied II: Dialogues of contemporary art with aspects of 20th century design and architecture

This exhibition centres on new acquisitions by international contemporary artists whose work examines the transitional spaces between art, design and architecture.  … Hastings’ works create spaces that seek to involve people as physical, intellectual and aesthetically competent beings. These are abstract, three-dimensional compositions into which one can be drawn to take part in what is going on.

Exhibition
Date: 29/Oct/2010 to 27/Mar/2011
Curated by: Renate Wiehager
At: Daimler Contemporary, Berlin
Artists:

Martin Boyce, Sarah Browne, Jacob Dahlgren, Gail Hastings, Ferdinand Kramer, Sylvan Lionni, George Henry Longly, Rupert Norfolk, Philippe Parent, Charlotte Posenenske, Monika Sosnowska, Albert Weis

List of Works: difficult art decisions: wall six
missing walls: bureaucracy at work
Bibliography: Renate Wiehager, ‘Contemporary Art in dialogue with 20th century architecture and design: Gail Hastings — Charlotte Perriand’, in Renate Wiehager (ed.), Minimalism and Applied II, exhibition catalogue, Daimler Contemporary, Berlin 2010, pp.2–7.
Daimler Contemporary

Department Head: Renate Wiehager

Haus Huth
Alte Potsdamer Strasse 5
Berlin 10785

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