To mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Franz Kafka, the Museum VILLA STUCK pays tribute to the writer’s enduring topicality with a large-scale exhibition featuring works by twentieth- and twenty-first century artists that explicitly or implicitly reference Kafka.
Curated by Dr. Helena Pereña, Villa Stuck, Munich
Participating artists: Ida Applebroog, Louise Bourgeois, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, David Claerbout, Robert Gober, Rodney Graham, Andreas Gursky, Mona Hatoum, Roni Horn, Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler, Tetsuya Ishida, Sebastian Jung, Franz Kafka, Konrad Klapheck, Alfred Kubin, Maria Lassnig, Bruce Nauman, Margot Pilz, Paula Rego, Germaine Richier, David Rych, Anri Sala, Heidrun Sandbichler, Thomas Schütte, Chiharu Shiota, Via Lewandowsky, Ignacio Uriarte, Maja Vukoje, Franz Wanner, Cathy Wilke
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte, is presenting Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler: Flora. The site responsive installation is based on Hubbard / Birchler’s discoveries about the unknown American artist Flora Mayo, with whom the Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti had a love affair in Paris in the 1920s. The work, first shown in the Swiss Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennial, probes how bias, social, economic and political structures have contributed to the historical marginalization of women artists.
Curated by Katia Zavistovski, Curator, Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte
The group exhibition Water Ways brings together works that make direct reference to water and art that uses water metaphorically. The works on view are almost entirely drawn from the Linda Pace Foundation/Ruby City Collection and reveal yet another lens by which its holdings can be interpreted.
Participating artists include: Carlos Almaraz, Ricky Armendariz, Rosa Barba, Jennifer Bartlett, Louisa Chase, Anne Chu, Joey Fauerso, Teresita Fernández, Adam Fuss, Mona Hatoum, Jim Hodges, Jenny Holzer, Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler, Isaac Julien, Surasi Kusolwong, Donald Moffett, Rivane Neuenschwander, Robyn O’Neil, Chris Ofili, Catherine Opie, Sherry Owens, Linda Pace, Raymond Pettibon, Lari Pittman, Lordy Rodriguez, Peter Rostovsky, Luz María Sánchez, Penelope Speier, Robert Stackhouse, Do-Ho Suh, James Surls, Luc Tuymans and Robert Yarber.
Hubbard / Birchler are currently working on a new permanent public video installation for Waterloo Park, Austin. The work engages intersections between artifacts found on site and a multiplicity of community voices. Commissioned by Waterloo Greenway Conservancy in conjunction with loans from the Texas Archaeological Research Lab, University of Texas at Austin. For the music and vocal arrangement, Hubbard / Birchler are again working with composer Alex Weston, who created the score for their recent work, Flora.
The Modern has added 2 more Hubbard / Birchler works to their collection through recent acquisitions of Falling Down, 1997 and Movie Mountain, Méliès, 2014. Falling Down is currently on view in the New Acquisitions exhibition on the main floor of the Modern.
Participating artists include: Kehinde Wiley, Sedrick Huckaby, Chris Ofili, Hayv Kahraman, Deborah Roberts and Liliane Tomasko.
Landmarks Video presents highly regarded and influential works of video art from the past six decades. Andrée Bober, Founding Director UT Landmarks. New essay on the work of Hubbard / Birchler by Kanitra Fletcher, Curator Landmarks Video and Associate Curator of African American and Afro-Diasporic Art, Modern and Contemporary Art at National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Participating artists include: Valentin Carron, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Zilla Leutenegger, Mai-Thu Perret, Elodie Pong, Shirana Shahbazi, Francisco Sierra and Roman Signer.
Participating artists include: Tata Ronkholz, John Coplans, Candida Höfer, Wolfgang Tillmans, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler and Ute Mahler.
Essay by Benjamin Lima
Review by Benjamin Lima of the current exhibiton by Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Special Event: Exhibition Tour at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Flora: Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler.
Texts and interviews by Stephanie Barron, Maeve Connolly, Philipp Kaiser, Christina Végh, Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler. Translations by Alice Cazzola, Eva Dewes and Marie Frohling
Hardcover / 8.85 x 11 inches
775 images / 392 pages
English / German
Alexander Birchler and Teresa Hubbard are part of the Texas Talks Art series. Taking the form of virtual 30-minute lunchtime talks, the series features artists and artist collectives in conversation with curators beginning in January 2021 and continuing throughout the year. Each free, virtual talk will take place on Tuesday at 12 p.m. CST and will be recorded and archived.
Hubbard / Birchler’s conversation with Andrea Karnes will focus on their current solo exhibition at the Modern Art Museum Fort Worth.
See link below for info and registration.
The Modern Museum of Art, Fort Worth is presenting Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler: Flora. The site responsive installation is based on Hubbard / Birchler’s discoveries about the unknown American artist Flora Mayo, with whom the Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti had a love affair in Paris in the 1920s. The work, first shown in the Swiss Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennial, probes how bias, social, economic and political structures have contributed to the historical marginalization of women artists. Curated by Andrea Karnes, Chief Curator, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden has announced “Lost in Place: Voyages in Video,” an online screening series of 11 videos by international contemporary artists. The featured artworks, spanning the past 20 years, include classic works and favorites from the Hirshhorn’s collection and delve into the complicated, unusual and uneasy relationships between people and the places they inhabit. Curated by Marina Isgro.
Participating artists include: Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Ragnar Kjartansson, Laure Prouvost, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Superflex
Following the publication of a book on the Sammlung Baloise Group last year, the works themselves will now be on display in our museum’s large-scale exhibition. For the first time, a selection of over 250 examples of contemporary photography and works on paper by more than 40 artists from Switzerland and abroad will be shown. Curated by Anna Wesle, Martin Schwander und Beat Wismer.
Participating artists include: Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Silvia Bächli, Stephan Balkenhol, Sara Cwynar, Keren Cytter, Marlene Dumas, Andreas Eriksson, Elger Esser, Karsten Födinger, Luke Fowler, Pia Fries, Ryan Gander, Geert Goiris, Joanne Greenbaum, Naoya Hatakeyama, Candida Höfer, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Alain Huck, Susanne Kriemann, Zilla Leutenegger, Claudia & Julia Müller, Bruce Nauman, Laura Owens, Peter Piller, John Pilson, Mary Reid Kelley, Thomas Ruff, Thomas Schütte, Ross Sinclair, Lucy Skaer, John Skoog, Jenni Tischer, Luc Tuymans, Marcel van Eeden, Inez van Lamsweerde, Ulla von Brandenburg, Amelie von Wulffen, Kemang Wa Lehulere, Stephen Waddell, Jeff Wall, Heimo Zobernig
A presentation by the artists and a conversation with Veronica Roberts, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Blanton Museum of Art on the occasion of the exhibition Hubbard / Birchler: Giant at the Blanton Museum of Art. The event was produced by Art this Week Productions and is now available online.
A conversation with the the artists on the occasion of the current exhibition at Griffin Art Projects: NOW BULLETIN. Artworks, Letters and Printed Matter from the Garry Neill Kennedy Collection 1968 – 2019.
Hubbard / Birchler will talk about their work Flora which was recently on view at LACMA and discuss their current work in production Dear John, based on the 1971 work by John Baldessari I will not make any more boring art.
Art at Baloise is the first publication to present a comprehensive overview of the art collection of the swiss company Baloise to a broader public. The collection’s focus is on photography and works on paper since the 1960s.
Authors: Martin Schwander, Teo Schifferli, Manuela Ammer, Julika Bosch, Kathleen Bühler, Andreas Burckhardt, David Campany, Marianne Dobner, Julie Enckell Julliard
Curators: Monica Ursina Jäger, Zürcher Hochschule der angewandten Wissenschaften (ZHAW) und Sarah Wirth, Vögele Kultur Zentrum
Participating Artists include: Marina Abramović, Olaf Breuning, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Ragnar Kjartansson, Ulla von Brandenburg a.o.
“Television and digital media have transformed our world radically and they influence our everyday lives. So is it hardly surprising that visual artists have turned to electronic media and begun to experiment with them. The video has been used, among other things, to document performative actions, and the screen has even become a canvas, enabling painting with moving images.”
Participating Artists: Valie Export, Sylvie Fleury, Lutz & Guggisberg, Alexander Hahn, Mona Hatoum, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Joan Jonas, Matthew McCaslin, Matt Mullican, Shahryar Nashat, Bruce Naumann, Pipilotti Rist, Carolee Schneemann, Bill Viola, Lawrence Weiner