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Fanfold Marie Lienhard: Crossing Limbo (2019); Photo credit: Benjamin Knoblauch

Fanfold Marie Lienhard: Crossing Limbo (2019); Photo credit: Benjamin Knoblauch

Marie Lienhard: Crossing Limbo

On the occasion of the exhibition Crossing Limbo in the Schaufenster Junge Kunst, a fanfold documenting the artwork by Marie Lienhard is published.

With her installation, Marie Lienhard continues her LIMBO series which is always developed in situ and which she last showed at the Zentrum für Kunst und Medien (ZKM) in Karlstuhe. The work consists of pairs of magnets that are held apart by strings made from caronfibre connected to the walls. Lienhard combines this with an iron pendulum swinging orthagonally to the magnets. The pendulum is released via a button on the outside. Two perspectives on the artwork emerge that are esspecially apparent when viewing the work in tandem.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2019.
Text by Sebastian Schmitt
8 pages

Cover of the catalogue, Peter Zimmermann paint it (2019), Design: Felix Rabe

Katalogcover, Peter Zimmermann paint it (2019), Gestaltung: Felix Rabe

Peter Zimmermann: paint it

With this recent exhibition paint it Peter Zimmermann gathers a broad spectrum of artwork that transcend media and combines it into an overall concept. These works include among others oilpaintings that are meticulously translated from a from a digital reference onto canvas, and largescale works made from translucent layers of epoxy resin as well as friezes made up entirely of stickers.

The catalogue goes by the same name and documents the exhibition with 85 coloured pictures. It contains texts in German and English by Madeleine Frey, the director of the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, and Dr. Stefanie Stallschus, a researcher in the field of Art History with the Technische Universität Berlin. In their papers the authors debate Zimmermann’s contribution towards conceptual painting in the 21st century. They show how his work considers the relationship of digital and analogous modes of imageproduction and locate the current series of works within the context of his oeuvre.

This book has been produced with the generous support of Mercedes-Benz Werk Sindelfingen and LBBW Foundation.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, 2019
Text (eng./germ.) by Madeleine Frey and Stefanie Stallschus
93 pages
ISBN: 978-3-928222-56-3
20 EUR

Fanfold Anna Schütten: Go (2019); Photo credit: Benjamin Knoblauch

Fanfold Anna Schütten: Go (2019); Photo credit: Benjamin Knoblauch

Anna Schütten: Go

On the occasion of the exhibition Go in the Schaufenster Junge Kunst, a fanfold documenting the artwork by Anna Schütten is published.

Panels of cloth of differing width are hanging from the cieling, painted, printed or soaked in colour. At times the colour is applied thickly onto the canvas so that fold emerge, other times the cloth falls delicately and the colour is layed down subtly. The arrangement and composition of the individual panels are a result of the artitst’s in situ method od producing the work. Anna Schütten enters into a dialog with the space and the surroundings. The exhibition room becomes the artist’s studio: form and ccolouring arise locally and develop into an independent and temporary image space.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2019.
Text by Madeleine Frey
8 pages

Exhibition catalogue #MATERIAL4.0

#MATERIAL4.0:

Christian von Borries, Kate Cooper, JAK, Kanta Kimura, Mathilde Lavenne, Jung Lee, Florian Model, Manfred Mohr, Marco Schmitt, Lidia Sigle, Adam Słowik, Ivar Veermäe, Ryszard Winiarski

Taking as its starting point the omnipresent concept of Industry 4.0, the catalogue reflects on 96 pages on the interaction between the virtual world and physically real space. Thirteen international artists, mainly digital natives, examine during the current exhibition #Material 4.0 of the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen how computerised automatisation and digitalisation reflect in the context of art: How is artproduction from manufacturing to aesthetics impacted? How is this kind of material deployed to discus artistic questions?

The book is issued by arnoldsche Art Publishers and documents the exhibition with numerous colour photos and complementary texts in german and english. Among them are contributions by the mathmatician and trailblazer of computer art Frieder Nake and Manfred Mohr, a pioneer of digial art.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, 2019
Text (eng./germ.) by Madeleine Frey, Frieder Nake and Manfred Mohr
93 pages
ISBN: 978-3-89790-559-7
28 EUR

Guillaume Barth: Elina

The sculptor Guillaume Barth realized the project Elina in the largest salt desert on Earth, in Bolivia. The name Elina is a compound of the Greek word Helios, meaning sunshine, and the symbols Li, for lithium, and Na, for natrium. Barth constructed the dome from salt blocks, the only material available at this location. As rainwater collects on the desert floor, a reflective surface is formed, and a mirror image is produced that seems to transform the hemisphere into a fully formed and seemingly floating planet. But Elina is ephemeral: the rain that brought the planet into being will also ultimately disintegrate it again. The salt desert is free of any form of life. However, it will be of elemental importance to the future life of mankind post-Industry 4.0, since beneath the salt crust lies what is thought to be the planet’s largest reserve of lithium.

Published by CEAAC 2018.
In cooperation with Institut français Stuttgart.
Texts (fr./germ.) by Guillaume Barth, François Klein, Joachim Montessuis
64 pages
ISBN: 978-2-91003-681-2
20 EUR

Leporello, Laura Buschbeck, peculiar horizon, 2018, Foto: Benjamin Knoblauch

Laura Buschbeck: peculiar horizon

On the occasion of the exhibition “peculiar horizon” in the Schaufenster Junge Kunst, a fanfold documenting the artwork by Laura Buschbeck is published.

The installation by Laura Buschback literally breakes out of the usual framework. While the frame is often only a prop around the actual work, Buschbecks artwork is a deliberate antagonist to the canvas. Instead of marking the boundries of the work, it’s the wooden rails that generate the plane and expand the image space on the wall.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2018.
Text by Elena Kaifel
8 pages

Leporello, Dave Bopp, Black Box, 2018, Foto: Benjamin Knoblauch

Dave Bopp: Black Box

On the occasion of the exhibition “Black Box” in the Schaufenster Junge Kunst, a fanfold documenting the artwork by Dave Bopp is published.

The swiss artist Dave Bopp who is usually devoted to painting explores alterative materials, surfaces and the play with light. The result is a digital composition that acts as a ceiling fresco by day and a lightinstallation by night.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2018.
Text by Elena Kaifel
8 pages

Ausstellungskatalog, Aktion&Malerei, 2018, Foto: Sophie Innmann

Aktion&Malerei

The catalogue accomanies the group exhibition “Aktion&Malerei” (action&painting). Three generations of artist from six different countries consider via paiting, video, installation, sculpture and sound the action in art. The examination happens in humorous, playful and unconventional ways.

Artist involved: Jacob Dahlgren, Leni Hoffmann, Sophie Innmann, Carolina Pérez Pallares, Toni Schmale, Roman Signer, Jens Stickel, Júlia Vécsei, Stefan Wäldele, Kay Walkowiak und Vincent Wikström.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2018.
Texts (germ./eng.) by Madeleine Frey, Björn Gottstein, Elena Kaifel
ISBN 9783928222556
42 pages
3 EUR

Ausstellungskatalog, Ana Navas: I had to think of you / Ich musste an dich denken, 2017, Foto: Henning Krause

Ana Navas: I had to think of you / Ich musste an dich denken

Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name, “I had to think of you / Ich musste an dich denken,” by Ana Navas. The title should be taken literally, since the actual desk work was done by the artist’s friends, who sent her photographs that remind them of her work, adding participatory elements to the book.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2017.
Texts (germ./eng.) by Madeleine Frey.
ISBN 978-3-943514-92-6
96 pages
20 EUR

Leporello, Alexander Janz, OFF, 2017, Foto: Benjamin Knoblauch

Alexander Janz: OFF

A fanfold is published on occasion of the exhibition “OFF,” documenting the artistic work of Alexander Janz. Janz works with the conditions of the exhibition site and its significance.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen.
Texts by Madeleine Frey.
8 pages

Capucine Vandebrouck: Mirari

In the publication “Mirari,” the French artist Capucine Vandebrouck presents her previous body of work. In an interview, and alongside photographs that inspire her in her work, the sculptor shows an œuvre defined by an experimental approach to the handling of materials and processes.

The publication was produced on the occasion of Capucine Vandebrouck’s 2014 residency, as part of the exchange program for visual artists from Baden-Württemberg and the DRAC Alsace, at the Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart. The exchange was organized by the Institut français Stuttgart and the CEAAC Strasbourg. The publication accompanies the artist’s solo exhibition at the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen (10.7.–10.9.2017).

Published by the Institut francais Stuttgart and Capucine Vandebrouck 2017.
Texts (germ./fr.) by Marie Cozette, Claire Migraine, Mickaël Roy and Capucine Vandebrouck.
20 pages + 24-page illustrative booklet + 8-page illustrative booklet
5 EUR

Sarah Wohler: Prosperity 71063

“Prosperity 71063” is a fanfold produced on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name by Sarah Wohlers, and which documents the artist’s work. It establishes a connection to town history and the architecture associated with it. Functional buildings that symbolize the town’s wealth are depicted in abstracted form and placed in relation to one another.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2017.
Texts by Madeleine Frey.
8 pages

Benjamin Appel: Den Keller mit Beton füllen

In his exhibition “Den Keller mit Beton füllen” (Fill the Cellar with Concrete), the artist Benjamin Appel presents the entire palette of his means of artistic expression, consisting of painting, sculptural intervention, photos, drawings and video. The publication of the same name documents the solo exhibition at the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen. Always with reference to the exhibition’s context, Appel falls back on the simplest means available in order to materialize the idea of spatial experience. As such, the exhibition space’s right-angled corners, the predetermined rectangular forms of the canvases and his own memory form the basis for the exhibition’s works.

Published by Madeleine Frey, Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag aga press, Baden-Baden 2017.
Texts (dt./eng.) by Madeleine Frey and Dr. Andreas Beitin.
ISBN-10: 3928222546
88 pages
20 EUR

Jochen Fischer, Domenico Pievani und Susanne Windelen: Stanze per Stranieri

As the catalogue of the exhibition of the same name, “Stanze per Stranieri” presents the corresponding works of the sculptors, installation artists, graphic artists and actionists Jochen Fischer, Domenico Pievani and Susanne Windelen. The publication brings together three artistic positions which, with their investigation of materials and open stagings, together find an exciting resonance.
The exhibition was produced in cooperation with the exhibition space “La Porta di Sant’ Agostino” in Bergamo.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2016.
Texts (dt./eng.) by Otto Pannewitz, Thomas Wagner and Enrico de Pascale.
116 pages + 45-page text booklet
ISBN-10: 3928222546
ISBN-13: 978-3928222549
18 EUR

Eilzabeth Creseveur: Yours–Nightingale–Interface
Ursula Kraft: Soulscape–Kistune–Tamashi

Elizabeth Creseveur and Ursula Kraft met each other twenty years ago during an artists’ residency; since then, they have each followed the other’s work, out of which an active exchange emerged between the two artists. The result of this collaboration is documented in the exhibition and its accompanying publication.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2016.
4 pages

Hannes Steinert: Inter abstractum et realitatem

The catalogue accompanies the exhibition “inter abstractum et realitatem” at the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen. The bleak manner of Dutch painting characterizes both Hannes Steinert’s first landscapes and his view of nature. Of central importance to his artistic work are the ways in which we see, perceive and comprehend the world.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2016.
Texts by Otto Pannewitz.
96 pages
ISBN: 9778-3-928222-53-8
15 EUR

Sabine Laidig: CHROMA

The richly illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition “CHROMA” by the artist Sabine Laidig, whose artworks deal on a fundamental level with the phenomenon of color. As such, the mathematical tools of scale and metrics form an essential component of her works, providing the artist with the means to explore the interplay between color-application, pictorial rhythm and lighting effects, creating the most finely nuanced spaces of light. These demand exacting attention from the viewer and must be experienced in their original form in order for them to reveal their full effects. The catalogue presents a selection of reproductions showing drawings, small-format works on MDF and large-format canvases, all of which in their own ways engage with color, light, sound and rhythm as perceptual phenomena.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2015.
Texts (dt./poln./eng.) by Otto Pannewitz, Dr. Sibylle Badstübner-Gröger and Anton Melissen.
Translation by Agniezka Lindenhayn-Fiedorowicz, Anne Posten, Marlene Schoofs, Antoon Melissen and Sabine Laidig.
105 pages
ISBN: 3-928222-52-10
20 EUR

Christine Kanstinger, Via Lewandowsky, Frei Otto, Ulrich Rückriem, Thomas Ruff, Tomás Saraceno, Tino Sehgal, Lawrence Weiner, Ivo Wessel:
DIESE KUNST. this art. Generation APPS

The publication, produced to accompany the anniversary exhibition “DIESE KUNST. this art,” takes account of new movements significant to the artistic experience. ““In Orbit,” Tomás Saraceno’s “wikipedic Cloud City,” and that digital montage of net-activists whose protagonists are not people but pictures, technologies, political systems: they stand for a growing interest in the discourse of the young Generation APPS, which uses its most trusted means to address and engage with the concepts of well-known international artists. Artists: Christine Kanstinger, Via Lewandowsky, Frei Otto, Ulrich Rückriem, Thomas Ruff, Tomás Saraceno, Tino Sehgal, Lawrence Weiner, Ivo Wessel.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2015.
Text by Frei Otto.
1 poster

Joachim Kupke: Kate Moss in Delft

The catalogue accompanies the exhibition “Kate Moss in Delft,” held at the Kultur- und Museumszentrum Schloss Glatt, Sulz am Neckar and the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen. Many people have at one time been to Delft, Joachim Kupke is himself a repeated visitor. He is accompanied in his works by numerous celebrities: Marilyn Monroe, Kate Moss and Andy Warhol. The paradox of reproduction and original is, for Joachim Kupke, an essential element of life and art, as well as the impulse for a playful exploration of concepts of originality. Transformed and compressed in Kupke’s original drawings, scenarios from different epochs and image-worlds find a new unity together.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen and Joachim Kupke 2014.
Texts by Otto Pannewitz.
56 pages
ISBN 3-928222-51-1
15 EUR

Franziska Stünkel: Coexist

The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibitions “Franziska Stünkel, Kai Wiesinger – Neue Fotografie” at the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen and “Coexist” at Galerie Robert Drees. Franziska Stünkel’s photography is street photography that captures both the attention of the eye and the fleeting constellations of human life. The publication brings together a complex of works created during her travels on three continents, in which the commonalities and contrasts that exist within our manifoldly networked world are visualized. In the parallelism of views and events, cultural distinctions are blown away and become nuances of daily urban life as it exists in Copenhagen, Berlin and Istanbul, in Shanghai and Bangkok, in Johannesburg and Cape Town, as diverse variations on a theme – the urban space as cultural melting pot.

Published by Galerie Robert Drees 2014.
Texts by Sebastian Lux.
112 pages
20 EUR

Klasse Prof. Susanne Windelen: Das Unangreifbare war noch nie so meins

The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition “Das Unangreifbare war noch nie so meins” (The Unassailable Was Never Really My Thing), held by the WerkStadt (a cooperation between the Mercedes-Benz factory Sindelfingen and the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen) and the Staatlichen Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart. How can the unassailable be made understandable, vulnerable, tangible? All artists presented in this exhibition are members of the sculpture class of Professor Susanne Windelen. A part of the work was developed on location, in direct dialogue with the existing spatial situation. The process of formation is of particular importance and dependent on the given conditions.

Published by WerkStadt, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart and Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2014.
Texts by Petra von Olschowski, Otto Pannewitz and Susanne Windelen.
140 pages
ISBN 978-3-928222-50-1
18 EUR

Enrico Bach, Andreas Brand, Peter Breitenbach, Ingo Feuker, Karsten Födinger, Johannes Kreidler, Schirin Kretschmann, Christian Mayer, Smiljana Nikolic, Junya Oikawa, Luigi-Maria Rapisarda, Claudia de la Torre.
GEGENKLÄNGE when sound interferes with the visual

The publication accompanies the exhibition “GEGENKLÄNGE when sound interferes with the visual,” in the framework of an exploration of German abstract images of the postwar period. The project GEGENKLÄNGE, which began under the working name of “einbrechen aufbrechen” (break in break up) , is not an exhibition of single works, but rather a constellation of mutually influential visual and tonal processes.
Artists: Enrico Bach, Andreas Brand, Peter Breitenbach, Ingo Feuker, Karsten Födinger, Johannes Kreidler, Schirin Kretschmann, Christian Mayer, Smiljana Nikolic, Junya Oikawa, Luigi-Maria Rapisarda, Claudia de la Torre.

Published by KUNST+PROJEKTE Sindelfingen e.V., Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg and the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag Stadt Sindelfingen 2014.
1 poster

Wolfgang Petrick: TURBULENCE

The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition “TURBULANCE” at the Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche, Osnabrück and the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen.
The exhibition’s title refers to the deep fault lines that pervade in today’s society, and which expose the cities, buildings, everyday situations and mythical figures of Petrick’s paintings to centrifugal and destructive forces. Petrick combines these in striking installations, mostly situated under fragile glass coverings or on glass sheets.

Published by Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Osnabrück, Dirk Geuer and Till Breckner, Verlag Geuer & Breckner GmbH 2013.
Texts (dt./eng.) by Alexander Tolnay, Wolfgang Petrick and Otto Pannewitz.
Translation by Kenny Richards and Finbarr Morrin.
128 pages
ISBN 978-3-939452-18-8
25 EUR

Berlin zeichnet

The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition “Berlin zeichnet” (Berlin Draws), held at the Ludwig Museum im Deutschherrenhaus, Koblenz, the Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche, Osnabrück, the Kunstfoyer Versicherungskammer Bayern, Munich, the Stadtgalerie Kiel and the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen. The exhibition presents works on paper from Berlin in order to bring together two phenomena – the particular interest in the medium of drawing as well as the equally great enthusiasm for the art metropolis Berlin.

Published by Geuer & Breckner GmbH 2012.
Texts by Guido Westerwelle, Alexander Tolnay, Eugen Blume, Beate Reifenscheid and Christiane Morsbach.
ISBN 978-3-939452-04-1
25 EUR

Bernhard J. Widmann: Von Freiheit und Norm

The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition “Von Freiheit und Norm”. Over more than a quarter of a century, Bernhard Widmann has engaged with systems, examining their structures and qualities through his specific artistic means and presenting visible examples of them within his works.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Status Verlag GbR 2012.
Texts by Otto Pannewitz, Christian Sabisch, Marc Gundel and Gabriele Betancourt Nuñez.
ISBN 978-3-942924-05-4
19.80 EUR

Ein Bild von einem Auto
Mercedes-Benz im Fokus bedeutender Fotografen (1930–2010)

The catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition “Ein Bild von einem Auto”. The varying works of numerous photographers tell, in scenic moments, of legendary automobiles. The photographers show the migration of the Mercedes brand throughout history. A documentation of associations and artistic efforts to capture the mechanical and designed product at a heightened intensity.

Published by WerkStadt and the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2011.
Texts by Dr. Bernd Vöhringer, Dr. Willi Reiss, Dietmar Henneka and Wolfgang Peters.
ISBN 3-928222-48-1
24.90 EUR

Rune Mields: INFINITY

The catalog is published on the occasion of the exhibition “INFINITY–Werke der letzten Jahre” (INFINITY–Works of Recent Years).

Infinity is a term that carries within itself a limitlessness and an indeterminacy, and which experiences different dimensions within the fields of philosophy, theology and mathematics. Notions of the infinite flow into the artist’s images, among them Genesis, tikatoutine (Saharan rock art), the Black Goddess, Fenster zum Leben (Window on Life). Rune Mields’s reflections on reality extend, for the most part, to image series, their subjects ranging from human prehistory to the philosophical, astronomical and mathematical expanse of the universe.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 2011.
Text by Otto Pannewitz.
ISBN 3-928222-47-3
19 EUR

Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Sindelfingen

The brochure on “Public Art in Sindelfingen” offers an insight into the direct artistic engagement with the town of Sindelfingen’s public space. Alongside an inventory of all artists of the 20th and 21st centuries are listed over 90 sculptures and installations, all installed in the public space of Sindelfingen up until 1991.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 1991.
Texts by Otto Pannewitz, Barbara Stark, Andrea Volz and Walter Lenk.
58 pages
ISBN 3-928222-04-X
5 EUR

Galerie der Stadt Sindelfingen. Lütze-Museum

Süddeutsche Kunst des ausgehenden 19. und des 20. Jahrhunderts

The richly illustrated collection catalogue “Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen. Lütze Museum,” published in 1990, offers a comprehensive overview of the gallery’s collection. Built upon the private collection of Diethelm Lütze, the Lütze Collection comprises around 1,200 works with a focus on southern German art of the late 19th and 20th centuries.

Published by the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen, Verlag der Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen 1990.

Texts by Otto Pannewitz, Dr. Dieter Burger, Prof. Günther Wirth and Barbara Stark.
230 pages
ISBN 3-9801912-4-9
20 EUR

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