ARCO Madrid

@ ARCO Madrid with Schleicher/Lange

25.2 - 1.3.2015

Glance #9

Glance #9

ABU DHABI ART 5 - 8 November 2014

with Sfeir-Semler Gallery

Saadiyat Cultural District

Abu Dhabi, UAE

One and One #41, 2014, ink on paper, 156 x 225cm, detail

One and One #41, 2014, ink on paper, 156 x 225cm, detail

...about Edith

O time thy pyramids ex1, 2014, etching, 38 x 30 cm, edition of 15

O time thy pyramids ex1, 2014, etching, 38 x 30 cm, edition of 15

O time thy pyramids ex1, 2014, etching, 38 x 30 cm, edition of 15

O time thy pyramids ex1, 2014, etching, 38 x 30 cm, edition of 15

The Language Of Human Consciousness at Athr Gallery, Jeddah


For thousands of years, the question of whether the basics of geometry came naturally to all humans or if they had to be taught; has been explored. According to Plato’s writings, Socrates attempted to determine how well an uneducated slave in a Greek household understood geometry, and eventually concluded that the slave’s soul ‘must have always possessed this knowledge’.
In the midst of startling havoc; humans by this very instinct seek to find order in this chaos, to reason with it; translating it to a language that is perhaps visual and universal is a common field of exploration for scientists and artists alike.
Athr Gallery will deliver a groundbreaking exhibition titled The Language of Human Consciousness in July 2014 and will include work by 38 artists from around the world. Most of these artists will be exhibiting work for the first time in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East at large.

The Language of Human Consciousness takes geometry as a starting point, accepting its heritage as a symbol of purity, intelligence and perfection and bringing it towards a more contemporary interpretation as a language for exploring the atypical, the imperfect and the alternative. Works are brought together that seek to dissect segments of times, contexts and places and open them up to universal interpretation. The works, in the potency of the contradiction between their infinite possibilities as geometric compositions and the range of their references – social, political, art historical or other - are reduced to a neutral ground: to a human and conceivable form.

Frieze New York

at Frieze New York with SFEIR-SEMLER GALLERY Hamburg/Beirut at booth B4

Timo Nasseri_Drill Core #152_10

Opening Hours

Friday, May 9 - 11am–7pm
Saturday, May 10 - 11am–7pm
Sunday, May 11 - 11am–7pm
Monday, May 12 - 11am–6pm

Art Cologne

Art Cologne with Sfeir-Semler Gallery

Sfeir-Semler Hall 11.3 boothB 30

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Art Dubai

at Sfeir-Semler Gallery (booth J6) and Schleicher/Lange Gallery (booth A39) --- ART DUBAI

The eighth edition of Art Dubai takes place March 19-22, 2014.

Madinat Jumeirah

Al Sufouh Road, Umm Suqeim

Exit 39 (Interchange 4) from Sheikh Zayed Road

Dubai, UAE

Weights and measures - GALERIE LAHUMIERE



Jean Gorin, 1954

Jean Gorin, 1954

Sculptural drawings are interesting in the way they reveal the foundations of pure form. They serve as a lab for the sculptor’s research—they are where sculptors envisage the scale and medium of volumes. One drawing often leads to another, so that new forms emerge in the process, as can be seen in the work of Jean-Gabriel Coignet. There are classic preparatory sketches with annotated details, such as those by Etienne Béothy (1897–1961) and Emile Gilioli (1911–1977), yet there are also finished drawings for anticipated projects, such as one by Jean Gorin (1899–1981) for a project executed in Nancy in 1954, featured on the invitation to this show. Then there is a parallel practice of drawing that enjoys its own status within a sculptor’s oeuvre. Timo Nasseri, for example, constructs his drawings by exploring mathematical formulas inherited from the Arabic world. Nathalie Delasalle, who sculpts in white, uses paper collage to contend with multiple hues of white, directly attacking form in her cut-outs. Denis Pondruel, meanwhile, reveals the hidden sides and inner architecture of his concrete cubes through axonometric drawings. And André Stempfel sometimes anticipates the movement of his works through sets of drawings, while at other times he hews their forms in paper cut-outs. Finally, drawing is used poetically by Baudin, a surveyor of time who weighs and measures multiple things in his works. These are some of the many facets of sculptors’ drawings that visitors to the gallery will be able to discover up through April 30th.

Abu Dhabi Art Fair

20 - 23 November 2013

Manarat Al Saadiyat

Abu Dhabi, UAE

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at Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut/Hamburg

Booth F2

Preview: Wednesday, October 16* 

Public days: October 17-20

* by invitation only

One and One #34 (126,4 x 184,4 cm) 

One and One #34 (126,4 x 184,4 cm) 



17 - 20 October 2013   

Regent’s Park,         London,         UK



Schönheit der Mathematik

3. September - 13. Oktober 2013

Schloss Agathenburg, 21684 Stade-Agathenburg

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Papierarbeiten von Tina Jonsbu, Timo Nasseri, Casandra Popescu, Thomas & Renée Rapedius und Ignacio Uriarte

Kuratiert von Sabine Mila Kunz

Naturwissenschaftliche Gesetze offenbaren oft eine verborgene Schönheit. Wenn etwa in der Mathematik Formeln so lange von Überflüssigem befreit und aufs Äußerste reduziert werden, gilt diese Exaktheit als ästhetisch. Der Titel der Ausstellung "Schönheit der Mathematik" übernimmt diese Behauptung und stellt sie einer Gruppenschau mit zeitgenössischen Künstlern voran, deren Werke sich auf naturwissenschaftliche Systeme beziehen, ohne diese einfach ‚nur' zu bebildern. Vielmehr liegen den Bildern und Objekten bestimmte Ordnungsprinzipien zugrunde. Ähnlich wie in der Mathematik führen sie zu künstlerischen Ergebnissen von formaler Strenge, schlichter Eleganz und minimalistischer Anmutung. Allen Arbeiten gemeinsam ist die Verwendung von Papier - als Untergrund von Zeichnungen oder als Material für Objekte und Installationen, die geschnitten, gerissen oder gefaltet sein können.

Die Ausstellung wird gefördert durch das Niedersächsische  Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur und die Kreissparkasse Stade/Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung

Di - Fr: 14 - 18 Uhr
Sa + So: 11 - 18 Uhr