Heimo Zobernig is one of the most interesting graphic designer of the art world, and beyond. He is also a brilliant artist and an unconventional and clearheaded thinker. Denys Zacharopoulos is an art historian and theorist. He was a curator, amongst others, at the 48th Biennale in Venice and documenta IX in Kassel, and an influential curator and writer in the 1990s. Here is a interview with Zacharopoulos.
The picture shows the Austrian artist Heimo Zobernig holding a whithe canvas.
“‘Nothingness is different for Everybody’ – This is a very true statement (words to live by)” Thato Mogotsi
Walcheturm / Franziska & Bruno Mancia
In the early 90s the invitation cards of Zurichs legendary Galerie Walcheturm (run by Eva Presenhuber) showed the gallery space and its visitors instead of artworks or exhibitions. These invitations cards were intriguing and made us happy. It felt like a different way of doing things and it was. All pictures were taken by Franziska & Bruno Mancia (FBM Studio, see their book documenting their practice here)
Ein Schuss Jimi Hendrix
User comment: “Die Postkarte hat mich auf den ersten Blick wegen der Grafik angesprochen.
“Black & grey in blau mit einem Schuss Jimi Hendrix.” Manuel
Zobernig Karten die vielleicht in Arthur’s Vitrine landen. Versionen
Heimo Zobernig Essl Museum
User Beitrag: “Heimo Zobernig grafisch sehr entsprechend… aber nur die erste Seite. Die Andern erzeugen genau das Gegenteil.” Carole Chuffart
Swiss Institute New York
Invitation Cards turned into Objects.
A series of invitation cards by the Swiss Institute in New York designed by Patrick Li (Li Inc., est. 2000).