A project by Katrin Hanusch
New work made in Mexico City.
Saturday 1 April 2023 1.30—6pm
Jardinera y Casa Estudio Ladrillo
Calle 20, No. 50 B
San Pedro de Los Pinos
Ciudad de Mexico
A huge thank you to Nora Mona Bach & Sebastian Gerstengarbe for their hard work on the catalogue The Future is the New Thing that is published as a follow-up to the exhibition of the same name which paid tribute to the work of Thomas Rug, the former graphics professor at Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle/Germany, in summer 2019 at the Kunststiftung Saxony-Anhalt. Technically and conceptually very different positions of more than 50 artistic personalities, whose path led through Rug's teaching, were brought together in this show. Fine observations, exuberant mental cinema, abstract investigations, rough stagings, borrowings from high, pop and everyday culture made loud or quiet noise. Hardly practised techniques were given a contemporary airing.
The catalogue, edited by the curators of the show - Nora Mona Bach & Sebastian Gerstengarbe - now brings together the positions on 160 pages!
Order the catalogue here ︎︎︎
Opening 19 June 6—9pm
Exhibition 20 June—3 July 2022
135 New Cross Road
London SE14 5DJ
Opening 16 June 6—9pm
Exhibition 17 June—3 July 2022
Generation & Display
Trading Estate Road
NW10 7LU London
Shortlisted for the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2022/23
Congratulations to Lee Holden who is the 20th winner of the annual sculpture prize!
The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award is the most significant award for emerging UK artists working in the field of sculpture. It seeks to reward outstanding and innovative practice, with a particular interest in work that demonstrates a commitment to process, or sensitivity to material.
There was an extremely strong shortlist of eight artists selected for interview from across the UK. Shortlisted artists were Camilla Bliss, Louise Bradley, Frances Drayson, Rafael Perez Evans, Anna Fairchild, Katrin Hanusch, Lee Holden and Rafal Zajko.
More at Standpoint Gallery ︎︎︎
Watch Caustic Coastal’s new film about my practice!
Recently I went to visit Katrin Hanusch’s studio in South London to explore her fascinating multi-layered practice. She told me stories of how simple ideas turned into technicolour artworks, we dug into her vast archive from times when she ran artist-led spaces in Halle, and talked about how she’s building an accessible and inclusive foundry within her current studio.
Check out the film here ︎︎︎
Huge thank you to Fabian Schneiker for accomplishing this beautiful catalogue with contributions from artist Butterland, Gordon Endt, Samantha Evans, Lize Ferrario, Katrin Hanusch, Alexander Janz, Mia Kleier, Tess Robin, Sarah Schmidtlein, Lea Schürmann, Tugba Simsek, Georgina Sleap, and Hyejeong Yun.
See the catalogue ︎︎︎