16 Mar – 16 June 2019 Jorinde Voigt @ Psyche and Politics – Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany

Psyche and Politics
curated by Johan Holten
16.03.2019 – 16.06.2019
Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
Baden-Baden, Germany

Synchronicity III , Jorinde Voigt, Berlin 2015 182,5 x 252 cm, Ink, India Ink, Festhers, Oil Chalks, Pastels, Graphite on Carton, unique work, signed
Synchronicity III , Jorinde Voigt, Berlin 2015
182,5 x 252 cm, Ink, India Ink, Festhers, Oil Chalks, Pastels, Graphite on Carton, unique work, signed

 

21 Dec 2018 – 10 Feb 2019 Jorinde Voigt IMMERSIVE INTEGRAL @ DIRIMART Dolapdere, Istanbul

Hacıahmet Mahallesi. Irmak Cad. 1-9, Dolapdere
34440, İstanbul / TR
Immersive Integral Radiance I Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2018 140 x 199,5 cm India ink, gold leaf, pastel, oil chalks, graphite on paper unique work signed
Immersive Integral Radiance I Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2018 140 x 199,5 cm India ink, gold leaf, pastel, oil chalks, graphite on paper unique work signed

4 Nov – 23 Dec 2018 Jorinde Voigt @ Act II Archipelago — A Problem (On Exactitude in Science), TLÖN PROJECTS, Amsterdam, NL

WV 2011-043 China IV 2 Horizonte; Mögliche Farben des Horizonts; Position; Himmelsrichtung; Externe Zentren; Rotation; Airport; Territorium; Kontinentalgrenze Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2011 102 x 140 cm Tinte, Ölkreide, Bleistift auf Papier Unikat Signiert
China IV 2 Horizonte; Mögliche Farben des Horizonts; Position; Himmelsrichtung; Externe Zentren; Rotation; Airport; Territorium; Kontinentalgrenze Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2011 102 x 140 cm Tinte, Ölkreide, Bleistift auf Papier Unikat Signiert

TLÖN PROJECTS
Plantage Middenlaan 25 – 1
1018 DB Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Curated by: Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk

with Anna Betbeze, Karl Blossfeldt, Etienne Chambaud, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Cevdet Erek, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Irene Kopelman, Gabriel Kuri, Nicolás Lamas, Jochen Lempert, Benoît Maire, Jean Painlevé, Oscar Santillán, Michael E. Smith, Francisco Tropa, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Jorinde Voigt

16 Nov 2018 – 21 April 2019 Jorinde Voigt @ Entangle / Physics and the Artistic Imagination – Bildmuseet, Umeå, SW

WV 2017-136 The Blue Shift (I), Jorinde Voigt, Berlin 2017
The Blue Shift (I), Jorinde Voigt, Berlin 2017

Bildmuseet, Umeå Arts Campus
Östra strandgatan 30B
903 33 Umeå, Sweden

curated by Ariane Koek.

Black holes, dark matter, gravity, space, time and motion – these are phenomena that fascinate scientists and artists alike. Entangle / Physics and the Artistic Imaginationpresents painting, installation, fashion design, sculpture, film, digital artwork and photography inspired by the science which reveals the fundamental forces that shape our world.

As curator of the exhibition, Bildmuseet has invited Ariane Koek, founder of the Arts at CERNprogramme at the European Organization for Nuclear Research. A number of the internationally recognised artists in Entangle have participated in the CERN programme. Some of the works have been created especially for the Bildmuseet exhibition.

The participating artists include Julius von Bismarck (Germany), Julian Charrière (Switzerland), Sou Fujimoto (Japan), Iris van Herpen (Netherlands), Ryoji Ikeda (Japan, France), William Kentridge (South Africa), Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Canada), Goshka Macuga (Poland, UK), Davide Quayola (Italy, UK), Solveig Settemsdal (Norway, UK), Sarah Sze (US),  Keith Tyson (UK), Jorinde Voigt (Germany) and Carey Young (US, UK).

17 Nov 2018 – 24 Feb 2019 Jorinde Voigt at Prix de dessin Guerlain, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany

Immersive Integral Summer V Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2018 141 x 269 cm India ink, gold leaf, pastel, oil chalks, graphite on paper unique work signed
Immersive Integral Summer V Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2018 141 x 269 cm India ink, gold leaf, pastel, oil chalks, graphite on paper unique work signed

 

Auto fictions – Contemporary drawing

Interestingly, contemporary artists in this age of digitalisation and social media are increasingly focusing again on drawing. This is perhaps a coincidence considering that the medium is generally regarded as the most direct of all forms of artistic expression. With its intimate appeal, its narrative as well as subjective inquisitive potentials, the gestures of drawing exert a fascination that is now appears more relevant than ever. With their Prix de dessin de la Fondation d’art contemporain Daniel & Florence Guerlain, the French collectors have been supporting artists who have made drawings their primary means of expression since 2006. Three artists of all ages and backgrounds are nominated every year by an international jury of specialists. The prize represents an exciting cross-section of current international trends in the field of contemporary drawing. A tendency in the direction of the figurative, the narrative, and indeed even the fantastic is evident in the works of the 33 artists at the heart of the presentation in the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum. The exhibition features works by artists such as Charles Avery, Ulla von Brandenburg, Marcel Dzama, Jana Gunstheimer, Susan Hefuna, Tomasz Kowalski, Ciprian Muresan, Pavel Pepperstein, Catharina van Eetvelde and Jorinde Voigt. Curators: Astrid Ihle, René Zechlin