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Angela de la Cruz / Crash III, 1997 / oil on canvas / 78 x 116 x 16.5 cm / 30 2/3 x 45 2/3 x 6 1/2 in

ARCO MADRID 2017 /// PREVIEW of SELECTED WORKS

GALERIE THOMAS SCHULTE /// BOOTH 9D09

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ARCO MADRID 2017 ///PREVIEW of SELECTED WORKS /// BOOTH 9D09

Artists on view: Angela de la Cruz Danilo Dueñas Julian Irlinger Alfredo Jaar Idris Khan Jonathan Lasker Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle Fabian Marcaccio Michael Müller Albrecht Schnider Iris Schomaker Juan Uslé

Galerie Thomas Schulte at ARCOmadrid 2016

Also represented: Dieter Appelt Alice Aycock Richard Deacon Mark Francis Paco Knöller Robert Mapplethorpe Bernhard Martin Gordon Matta-Clark Allan McCollum Jacco Olivier João Penalva Hermann Pitz Peter Rogiers David Reed Leunora Salihu Katharina Sieverding Pat Steir Stephen Willats Robert Wilson


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Contact: Galerie Thomas Schulte CharlottenstraĂ&#x;e 24 10117 Berlin

Gonzalo AlarcĂłn +34 62 55 767 42 gonzalo@galeriethomasschulte.de

Luigi Nerone +49 179 44 38 449 luigi@galeriethomasschulte.de

fon: +49 (0)30 2060 8990 fax: +49 (0)30 2060 89910 mail@galeriethomasschulte.de www.galeriethomasschulte.de

This brochure represents a selection of the works at our booth. For further information and to learn more about works which are not shown here, please do not hesitate to contact us.


IĂąigo Manglano-Ovalle / La Tormenta / 2007 / installation at the Department of Homeland Security, Chicago, IL


IÑIGO MANGLANO-OVALLE

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Cloud Prototype No. 2, 2006 Fiberglass and aluminium alloy foil 145.5 x 245.5 x 153.8 cm | 57 1/4 x 96 2/3 x 60 1/2 in AP 1 of an edition of 5 + 2 AP Manglano-Ovalle‘s Cloud Prototypes play with the efficiency of contemporary technology that enables the transformation of fleeting, bodiless forms into architectural objects. As nomadic matter in constant motion, clouds exemplify their immunity to climatic and political developments and are free of geographic and political barriers. Lacking a solid form, clouds are always in a state of change and motion, defying all boundaries. Such, the beautiful, abstract and formally differentiated shapes are more than just aesthetic bodies. The large-format sculptures made of fiberglass and covered by an aluminium alloy foil are based on actual data recorded by the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Illinois. In collaboration with the architect Douglas Garofalo, ManglanoOvalle adopted these data to build a structure and form of his sculptures.


Juan UslĂŠ / Mar de Aral / installation view / Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin / 2015


JUAN USLÉ

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(title pending), 2017 Vinyl dispersion and dry pigment on canvas 275 x 203 cm | 108 1/4 x 80 in This work is part of Juan Uslé‘s series Soñé que revelabas which the artist has been wor- king on since 1997. They are representative of the poetic conceptualism that permeates Uslé‘s visual universe. Over the years Uslé has allowed more colour to enter his pre- dominantly black paintings. Within this series of the Soñé que revelabas a small group of blue paintings appears to have started to take a specific place among the other works.


Alfredo Jaar facing Lament of the Images / 2002


ALFREDO JAAR

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Be Afraid of the Enormity of the Possible, 2015 Neon 120.7 x 182.9 cm | 47 1/2 x 72 in AP 1 of an edition of 3 + 3 AP Alfredo Jaar in the US is probably best known for his billboard named A Logo for America, which was first shown in New York’s Times Square in 1987, and was mounted there again in 2014. During summer 2016 it flashed above London’s Piccadilly Circus. Jaar’s artwork was doubtless pertinent in 1987, but now his neon message is truly electric. With the neon at Galerie Thomas Schulte‘s booth Be Afraid of the Enormity of the Possible (2015) Jaar uses a quote by Emile M. Cioran, a Romanian philosopher whose work has been noted as exemplifying philosophical pessimism and who famously supported the Fascism of the Nazi party in its early years before the war. Jaar by using the quote outside of its original context, turns it into a warning for our future, at times in which we see political parties, social and populist movements in countries all over the globe polarise again. Currently, from February 11 to April 15 Galerie Thomas Schulte presents Shadows, which is dedicated to a single image.


Angela de la Cruz, Larger Than Life (Knackered), 2004-2015 / installation view / Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin / 2015


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ANGELA DE LA CRUZ

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Weight (Turquoise), 2017 Oil on aluminium 158 x 162 x 15 cm | 62 1/4 x 63 3/4 x 6 in


Idirs Khan / A Grey Bucket / 2015 (detail)


IDRIS KHAN

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A Grey Bucket, 2015 C-print mounted on aluminium 165 x 195 cm | 65 x 76 3/4 in Framed: 184 x 214 x 9.5 cm | 72 1/2 x 84 1/4 x 3 3/4 in Edition 7/7 + 2AP A major survey exhibition by Idris Khan entitled „A World Within“ is currently presented by The New Art Gallery in Walsall, UK (until May 7). The exhibition brings together significant bodies of work drawing on a range of interests including classical music, the history of art, literature, philosophy, and religion. Whether working with photography, painting, sculpture, moving image or installation, Khan employs a continual process of creation and erasure, adding layers upon layers, concealing and revealing to explore ideas around time, memory, creativity, and spirituality. The exhibition in Walsall is accompanied by a fully illustrated publication with an essay by Oliver Basciano.


Jonathan Lasker / Assertive Existance / 1997 (detail)


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JONATHAN LASKER

Details: Assertive Existence, 1997 Oil on linen 190.5 x 254 cm | 75 x 100 in

Jonathan Lasker since the 1980s in light of the increasingly conceptual turn in art has engaged with the possibilities of painting, developing the abstract formal idiom that has come to characterise his oeuvre. Often a figurative form is superimposed onto a background consisting of abstract patterns. Lasker’s compositions thus challenge the traditional perception of the relationship between fore- and background and between figure, ground, and line.


Fabian Marcaccio, 3DEP3 / installation view / Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin / 2016


FABIAN MARCACCIO

Details: Re-accomodation Abstract Paintant, 2016 Hand woven manila rope, climbing rope, alkyd paint, silicone, wood, 3D printed plastic 190.5 x 157.5 x 20.3 cm | 75 x 62 x 8 in Since the early 1990s, the New York-based artist, Fabian Marcaccio, occupies himself with the examination and extension of the classical concept of painting blending digital printing techniques, photography, and sculpture to create a hybrid that he refers to as “paintants”. Akin to a three dimensional modern history painting, Marcaccio narrates current events or recent historical moments, prompting his viewers to question their truthfulness at the same time.


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FABIAN MARCACCIO

Details: SUSPENDED TITLE, 2016 3D printed plastic, alkyd paint, silicone 40 x 30 x 30 cm | 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 in


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FABIAN MARCACCIO

Details: SUSPENDED TITLE, 2016 3D printed plastic, alkyd paint, silicone 40.7 x 30.5 x 7.6 cm | 16 x 12 x 3 in


Iris Schomaker / Poznan Mediations Biennale / installation view / 2014


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IRIS SCHOMAKER

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Untitled (cadmium red), 2016 Watercolour and oil on paper 240 x 143 cm | 94 1/2 x 56 1/3 in Framed: 241 x 139.4 cm | 95 x 55 in


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IRIS SCHOMAKER

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Untitled (Selma), 2014 Oil and watercolour on paper 240 x 170.5 cm | 94 1/2 x 67 in Framed: 240.6 x 171 cm | 94 3/4 x 67 1/3 in


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IRIS SCHOMAKER

Details: Untitled, 2015 Watercolour and oil on paper 21 x 22 cm | 8 1/4 x 8 2/3 in For her large-scale watercolor and oil works on paper with single figures in various states of repose, Iris Schomaker has received international recognition. A solo exhibition presenting new works by the Berlin-based artist will open on February 25, 2017 at Reflex Gallery in Amsterdam. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue with an introduction by Michael Wilson.


Albrecht Schnider / installation view / Helmhaus ZĂźrich / 2014


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ALBRECHT SCHNIDER

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Untitled, 2013 Pigmented ink on paper 21 x 14.8 cm | 8 1/4 x 5 3/4 in Framed: 43.2 x 36 x 2.5 cm | 17 x 14 1/4 x 1 in


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ALBRECHT SCHNIDER

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Untitled, 2008/2016 Spraypaint on paper 21 x 14.8 cm | 8 1/4 x 5 3/4 in Framed: 41.3 x 33 x 3.5 cm | 16 1/4 x 13 x 1 1/3 in


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ALBRECHT SCHNIDER

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Untitled, 2008/2016 Spraypaint on paper 21 x 14.8 cm | 8 1/4 x 5 3/4 in Framed: 41.3 x 33 x 3.5 cm | 16 1/4 x 13 x 1 1/3 in


Julian Irlinger / props, 2016 / installation view / Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin / 2016/17


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JULIAN IRLINGER

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props, 2016 Lenticular print 75 x 47 cm | 29 1/2 x 18 1/2 in Framed: 77 x 48.5 x 3.4 cm | 30 1/3 x 19 x 1 1/3 in Edition 1/3 + 2 AP Julian Irlinger, MeisterschĂźler of Willem de Rooij, works with found objects and images. His recent works props explore the symptoms of marketing and control strategies found in photographic virtualizations of exhibition spaces.


Michael MĂźller / installation view / Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden / 2016/17


MICHAEL MÜLLER

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Ulam (Blau/Weiß), 2015 (detail) 4 parts, silkscreen on aluminium, paper, ink and bookbinding cloth (3x) 82 x 82 x 4.5 cm | 32 1/4 x 32 1/4 x 1 3/4 in (1x) 4 x 64 x 35.5 cm | 1 1/2 x 25 1/4 x 14 in Edition 1/3 + 2 AP During the last couple of years the Berlin-based artist, Michael Müller, gained great critical and curatorial attention with his ambitious Eighteen Exhibitions cycle, which he began at Galerie Thomas Schulte in 2013. Before its completion this spring, Müller‘s endeavour was rewarded with a solo show at KW Institute for Contemporay Art in Berlin in autumn 2015 and his most extensive institutional show so far, Skits - 13 Exhibitions in 9 Rooms, at the prestigious Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (until February 19, 2017).


Danilo DueĂąas / A door repeated and the wardrobe fell, 2012 / abc art berlin contemporary 2013


DANILO DUEÑAS

Details: Luna Rusa, 2010 Collage and painted wood 34.1 x 30 cm | 13 1/2 x 11 3/4 in


DANILO DUEÑAS

Details: The Louvre is scratched, 2014 Painted and sanded wood 31 x 32.5 cm | 12 1/4 x 12 3/4 in


DANILO DUEÑAS

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Dark cloud under Lycabettus, 2013 Mixed media on paper 26.5 x 33.2 cm | 10 1/2 x 13 in Framed: 37.7 x 44 x 3 cm | 14 3/4 x 17 1/3 x 1 1/4 in


Galerie Thomas Schulte at ARCOmadrid 2017