Various Others Munich 2020

Gabriel Kuri
September 12 – October 31, 2020
Self Portrait As Chart With Parallel Peaks And Overlapping Lines, 2015 (left)
Insulation roll, string, plastic bottle, plastic bag and undisclosed liquids
110 x 100 x 20 cm
 
Privacy Standards, 2015 (right)
Aluminum and polyester folding screens, aluminum blankets, wooden sticks, tape
210 x 358 x 128 cm
 
Photo © Philipp Schönborn
Privacy Standards, 2015 (left)
Aluminum and polyester folding screens, aluminum blankets, wooden sticks, tape
210 x 358 x 128 cm
 
Untitled (V1), 2011 (on the wall, left)
Paper, fabric, MDF board
120 x 80 cm (unframed), 126 x 86,5 x 4,5 (framed)
 
Untitled (V2), 2011 (on the wall, right)
Paper, fabric, MDF board
120 x 80 cm (unframed)
126 x 86,5 x 4,5 cm (framed)
 
Photo © Philipp Schönborn
Privacy Standards, 2015 (left)
Aluminum and polyester folding screens, aluminum blankets, wooden sticks, tape
210 x 358 x 128 cm
 
felt data card B.2, 2019 (right)
PET felt, black beans
85 x 190 x 1 cm each (3 parts)
 
Photo © Philipp Schönborn
Privacy Standards, 2015 
Aluminum and polyester folding screens, aluminum blankets, wooden sticks, tape
210 x 358 x 128 cm
 
Photo © Philipp Schönborn
 
 
felt data card B.2, 2019
PET felt, black beans
85 x 190 x 1 cm each (3 parts)
 
Photo © Philipp Schönborn
Self Portrait As Chart With Parallel Peaks And Overlapping Lines, 2015
Insulation roll, string, plastic bottle, plastic bag and undisclosed liquids
110 x 100 x 20 cm

 

Photo © Philipp Schönborn

Various Others Munich 2020

Gabriel Kuri
Walter Storms Galerie, Munich
September 12 – October 31, 2020
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Taking place every September, Various Others initiates cooperative and international art projects in galleries, artist–run spaces and museums in Munich, serving as a content-driven forum for contemporary art.

On the occasion of Various Others 2020, Esther Schipper is pleased to present the work of Gabriel Kuri in cooperation with Walter Storms Galerie.

Kuri’s eloquent and compelling oeuvre encompasses sculpture, collage, and installation and is marked by the use of repurposed natural, industrial, and mass-produced elements including shells, insulation foam, or soda cans. A recurring theme in his work is “spent” time, energy, or currency and many pieces include traces of past human activities in the form of empty bottles, cigarette butts, or ticket stubs.

 

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