ArtJunk
No. 20—2024

Kadel Willborn

Kadel Willborn Galerie Kunst Düsseldorf ArtJunk

Birkenstr. 3 + 20
40233 Düsseldorf

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Exhibitions

Esther Kläs

Info: Esther Kläs’ sculptures and paperworks follow an autonomously defined logic that sets her work in relation to episodes of art history, such as minimalism and abstraction, while at the same time authentically positioning it in the here and now of present-day contemporary art. Esther Kläs’ works give rise to an ongoing dialogue between body and environment, which already starts with her process-oriented engagement with plastic materials such as concrete, clay, plaster or artificial resin. Although they are static, Esther Kläs’ sculptures and drawings appear to be in constant motion between object, figure and space. Despite their abstraction, or perhaps precisely because of it, her sculptures and paperworks refer to their own presence that enters into a performative relationship with the body of the beholder. In doing so, Esther Kläs’ works avoid any kind of metaphor or narration in favor of direct experience. Location: Birkenstr. 3, 40233 Düsseldorf.

Kadel Willborn Esther Klaes ArtJunk

Light, Space and Architecture

Barbara Kasten, Liz Deschenes, Jan Paul Evers, Lucia Moholy

Info: Die Ausstellung bringt vier Künstler*innen unterschiedlicher Generationen miteinander in Dialog. Das Experimentieren mit den technischen Bedingungen der Fotografie, die Konstruktion neuer Sichtweisen auf Realität und das tiefe Interesse an Architektur und deren Einfluss auf unsere Wahrnehmung und Handlungen verbindet die vier Künstler*innen auf beeindruckende Weise. Ort: Birkenstr. 20, 40233 Düsseldorf.

Kadel Willborn Barbara Kasten ArtJunk