The Duchamp-Effect. Readymade

Works from the Daimler Art Collection at the Kunsthalle Göppingen

December 11th 2016 — February 26th 2017

Kunsthalle Göppingen
Marstallstraße 55
73033 Göppingen

www.kunsthalle-goeppingen.de
Tuesday-Friday, 1pm–7pm
Saturday, Sunday und Holiday, 11am-7pm

The concept of the readymade was ‘born’ in 1916 when Marcel Duchamp, in New York, defined it in a letter to his sister in Paris. The aim of the readymade is to achieve a radical revaluation of artistic production: this consists principally of an act of selection and reduction applied to already existing elements, with the focus on ‘exhibition-immanent’ aspects such as presentation, communication, documentation, and dissemination. Furthermore, the readymade redefines the reality character and the reproduction function of the artwork as well as the role of observers as ‘interpreters’. The exhibition ‘The Duchamp-Effect. Readymade’ explores the historical and contemporary significance of the readymade, using artworks from the collection. The intention is that the aspects of art theory and art criticism should be incorporated as critical factors in the history of the reception of readymades.

On the occasion of this exhibition Dr. Rainer Zerbst and Horst Simschek shot a film, touring through the galleries.

Curators: Renate Wiehager / Werner Meyer

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Artists

  • Saâdane Afif
  • Ian Anüll
  • John M Armleder
  • Guillaume Bijl
  • Jérôme Saint-Loubert Bié
  • Jacob Dahlgren
  • Cor Dera
  • Henning Fehr and Philipp Rühr
  • Sylvie Fleury
  • Guan Xiao
  • Jan Henderikse
  • Bethan Huws
  • Alicja Kwade
  • George Henry Longly
  • Marcellvs L
  • Mathieu Mercier
  • Albert Mertz
  • Rupert Norfolk
  • Anselm Reyle
  • Peter Roehr
  • Pietro Sanguineti
  • Lasse Schmidt Hansen
  • Monika Sosnowska
  • Natalia Stachon
  • Haim Steinbach
  • Eva Teppe
  • Michel Verjux
  • Albert Weis
  • Heimo Zobernig

Exhibitions

    Daimler Contemporary Berlin

    On the Subject of the Ready-Made

    or Using a Rembrandt as an Ironing Board
    Works from the Daimler Art Collection selected by Bethan Huws on the occasion of 100 years of the ready-made

    until May 14th 2017
    Details
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