Exhibition

Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress

"Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress" Exhibition views.Photo: Miquel Coll

  • Fecha:
    18 Oct. 2019 - 08 Mar. 2020
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Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress presents an in-depth look at the practice of the German artist between 1956 and 1968, a short but intense period, when she was active in making art. Posenenske (1930–1985) was born Charlotte Mayer in Wiesbaden, Germany, to a Jewish family. She studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart with Willi Baumeister, who introduced her to modernism and Soviet Constructivism.

Posenenske’s works can be described as oscillating between Minimalism and Conceptualism, participatory art and performance, social practice and institutional criticism. The exhibition brings together her first drawings and paintings (her earliest experiments with mark making), aluminium wall-reliefs, and her last and best-known modular sculptures. The exhibition includes both the original prototypes of these modular sculptures as well as newly fabricated elements.

Project Curators: Jessica Morgan and Alexis Lowry (Dia Art Foundation) and Hiuwai Chu
(Exhibition at MACBA)

Related Activities

Data inici:
From 03 Oct.
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to 19 Dec. 2019
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Visita-taller a la exposición "Charlotte Posenenske: work in progress". Secundaria, bachillerato y ciclos formativos

Data inici:
From 21 Oct. 2019
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to 05 Mar. 2020
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Exclusive activity for MACBA Amics

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15 Nov. 2019
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Exclusive activity for MACBA Amics

Data inici:
06 Nov. 2019
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visits to the temporary exhibition and the Collection

Data inici:
From 05 Oct. 2019
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to 19 Apr. 2020
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