current
exhibitions

Candice Breitz
Whiteface

Feb. 03 Apr. 04, 2023
Candice Breitz, Still from Whiteface, 2022. Commissioned by the Museum Folkwang. Courtesy the artist

Born and raised in South Africa during apartheid, Candice Breitz seeks to grapple systematically with whiteness in her work. Over recent years, she has collected a range of found-footage fragments that document white people talking about ‘race’. In her new work—which gives the exhibition its name—she appropriates and ventriloquizes dozens of voices drawn from this archive, channeling them through her own body. ​​

An imaginary
audience

02.12.22 23.04.23
Rebecca Horn, La Ferdinanda. Sonate für eine Medici Villa, 1981. © Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Courtesy of the artist, Galerie Thomas Schulte

with artworks and archive material by

Yael Bartana, Tracey Emin, Rebecca Horn, Stephan von Huene with Yasuhiro Sakamoto, Jürgen Klauke, Eva Koťátková, Oleg Kulik, and Emeka Ogboh

About the exhibition

The archive presentation An Imaginary Audience, part of the exhibition series SYNCH, is based on a comprehensive research for investigating the exhibition history of Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden through performance art. This endeavor includes performativity as an artistic tool and the transition of the audience from a receiver into a user, performer, and participant in the digital age.

Past
exhibitions

Yvonne Rainer

Jan. 27 Jan. 29, 2023
Yvonne Rainer, Hellzapoppin’—What about the bees? Photo: Maria Baranova. Courtesy of Performa and New York Live Arts.

HELLZAPOPPIN’: What about the bees?

Concept and direction: Yvonne Rainer, aided by research and inputs from the dancers. Assistant director: Pat Catterson. Performed by Emily Coates, Brittany Bailey, Brittany Engel-Adams, Patricia Hoffbauer, Vincent McCloskey, Emmanuèle Phuon, David Thomson, and Timothy Ward. Guest performer: Kathleen Chalfant.

About the project

“HELLZAPOPPIN’: What about the bees?”, a new work by dance and film pioneer Yvonne Rainer will have its European premiere at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden on January 27, 2023. It represents the culmination of sixty years of an oeuvre encompassing in choreography, filmmaking, writing, and teaching – an iconic body of work that has had a transformative impact on several generations of artists across the world.

Jimmy
Robert

28.10.22 15.01.23
Jimmy Robert © Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, courtesy the artist

All dressed up and nowhere to go

“All dressed up and nowhere to go” is a major solo exhibition by Guadeloupe-born French artist Jimmy Robert (*1975). Through a chronology of early to recent performance, video and film works, the exhibition presents the artist’s multimedia oeuvre of the last 20 years.

nature
and state

09.07. 16.10.2022

Artists

Michael Akstaller, Cansu Çakar, Karin Cerny, Olga Chernysheva, Egemen Demirci, Ipek Duben, Alia Farid, Denise Ferreira da Silva & Arjuna Neuman, Will Fredo, Malina Heinemann, Nicole L’Huillier, Joseph Kadow, Stelios Kallinikou, Kavachi, Grada Kilomba, Robert Lippok, Nicholas Mangan, Mateja Meded, Silvina Der-Meguerditchian, Hani Mojtahedy, Ersan Mondtag, Murat Önen, Manuel Rossner, Christoph Schäfer, Muhannad Shono, Sorawit Songsataya, Ayman Zedani, a.o.

About the exhibition

From climate change to drought, isolation politics to recession, armed conflicts to authoritarian regimes, many of our existential questions, planetary problems and global crises can be formulated only in reference to these two terms; nature and state. The investigation of continuity and disobedience, possible forms of transformation of the state and the genealogical relationships between future and past are at the center of this project.

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