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Opens July 11, 6-8p:

ON DECK
 Thomas Bangsted, Jeffrey Gibson, Charles Hinman,
 Chris Jones, Karlyn de Jongh, Angelika Krinzinger,
 Martha Mysko, Jong Oh, Moritz Partenheimer, Antonio Santin,
 Jonathan Stanish, Dolly Thompsett, Zlatan Vehabovic, Entang Wiharso

Marc Straus Gallery, 299 Grand St., NYC

Fourteen artists from ten countries will queue up for this year’s summer show at Marc Straus Gallery providing an overview of the gallery’s 2013-14 season programming. Nine artists are on the gallery roster with an additional five represented by their first inclusion in a US gallery. - thru August 23

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"Rite Of Passage: The Early Years of Vienna Actionism, 1960-1966," an exhibition of paintings, collages and photographs, will be on view at Hauser & Wirth's Upper East Side location (Sept. 9-Oct. 25).

"The sexual, violent and scatological performances of the Vienna Actionists, a group of artists whose operations began in the 1960s, are among the art world’s most notorious. Members Günter Brus, Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch and Rudolf Schwarzkogler were active among the ruins of the Austrian capital after World War II, tapping into their city’s deep psychoanalytic and artistic avant-garde roots—the city was also home to Sigmund Freud, Egon Schiele and the Vienna Secession artists." (~ Kerry Gaertner Gerbracht in Art in America)

Photo’s:

Günter Brus, Self-Painting I (Total Head Painting), 1964, gelatin silver print on baryta paper, 11 3/4 by 9 inches. © Günter Brus; Courtesy Collection Hummel, Vienna and Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna. Photo Ludwig Hoffenreich.

Hermann Nitsch, Station of the Cross, 1961, dispersion on canvas, 74 3/4 by 116 7/8 inches. © ARS, New York. Photo Stefan Altenburger Photography Zürich.  

Rudolf Schwarzkogler, 3rd action, 1965, black-and-white photograph on baryta paper, 8 3/4 by 7 inches. © 2014 Austrian Ludwig Foundation. Courtesy museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig wien, on loan from the Austrian Ludwig Foundation; courtesy private collection, Vienna.  

5 Must-Sees @ Berlin Art Week

01. abc art berlin contemporary

Works by Jonathan Meese in Berlin since 2008 (Krinzinger/Sies + Höke), Kerim Seilers „Ne Travaillez Jamais“-Bretterhaus (Grieder Contemporary), Sprüth Magers with Walter Dahn and „Anti-Trieb-Toasts“ by John BockEsther Schipper with Daniel Steegmann, Christian Jankowski (Lisson Gallery), The Galerie Johann KönigRichard Mosse (carlier | gebauer) and many , many others.

abc art berlin contemporary, 18. Bis 21. September 2014, Station-Berlin, Luckenwalder Straße 04-06, Berlin-Kreuzberg.

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02. Positions Berlin

 Kristian Jarmuschek presents 52 Exhibitors from 8 different countries  .  Academy Positions also shows works from young artists and art school grads.

Positions Berlin, 18. bis 21. September 2014, Kaufhaus Jandorf, Brunnenstraße 17/21, Berlin-Mitte.

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03. KW Institute for Contemporary Art: Kate Cooper & Ryan Trecartin

Kate Cooper „RIGGED“ und Ryan Trecartin „SITE VISIT“, bis 11. November 2014, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Auguststraße 69, Berlin-Mitte.

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04. me Collectors Room:  „EXOTICA“

Exhibition „EXOTICA… and 4 other cases of the self”

Works among  others by Marina Abramović, Eva Aeppli, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Terence Koh,Gerhard RichterCindy Sherman , Erwin Wurm

me Collectors Room, Auguststraße 68, Berlin-Mitte. 

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05. abc Gallery Night in Charlottenburg & Schöneberg

Aanant & Zoo, Arndt, Galerie Guido W. Baubach, Blain Southern, Bourouina Gallery, carlier | gebauer, Thomas Fischer, die Galerie Cinzia Friedlaender, Future Gallery, Helga Maria Klosterfelde Edition, Krome Gallery, Tanya Leighton, Neumeister Bar-Am, Plan B, die Produzentengalerie Hamburg, Aurel Scheibler,Esther Schipper, Société, Wien Lukatsch , Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner zur Kunstbeschauung 

abc Gallery Night in Charlottenburg & Schöneberg, 19. September 2014, 19 bis 22 Uhr, Berlin. … tnx stylemag.net

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