Laubengang für Gertraud und Dieter Bogner 2001 durch Heimo Zobernig wiederhergestellt.
In 2000/2001, German artist Albert Oehlen designed the posters/invitations for shows by fellow artists at Gisela Capitain: Franz West, Johannes Wohnseifer, Maria Brunner, Christopher Williams, Rachel Khedoori, Martin Kippenberger, himself, and Jorge Pardo.
Wir mögen Tiere
Weil wir Tiere lieben.
Joanna de la Fontaine
The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd was founded by former Tramway director Charles Esche, writer and curator Will Bradley and Toby Webster in 1997 (Esche left in 1999, Bradley in 2001). In 2006, Andrew Hamilton became Webster’s partner. As Time Out puts it: “A perfect example of Glasgow’s internationally renowned contribution to contemporary art, The Modern Institute was once described by Art Review magazine as ‘a model for galleries around the world’.” The flyers were originally done on Riso in an old paper store in Glasgow called Nashes, hand fed into the machine. Until today, they keep their special appeal for their low quality, and their choices of colors, forms and fonts. They always reminded me of flyers for some obscure bands and concerts. More on the gallery’s history here. Daniel Baumann
In 1994, Jorge Pardo (b. 1963, Havana, Cuba) designed the invitation cards for Berlin’s gallery neugerriemschneider. The design is still in use today, here some more examples.
Jorge Pardo is the key art/architecture cross-over artist of the current generation. Architectural elements such as walls, seating, lighting and circulation solutions are combined with ‘art’ elements such as murals, coloured glass and sculpture to create highly livable, elegant spaces. He combines modernist aesthetics and ‘form-follows-function’ dogma with his highly sensitive attention to colour, materials and texture to create his signature streamlined sculptures and built environments.Read more...
Rojas’ show came with a poem: Jose Rojas POEMA