Temporary Collection, Paris

May 26th, 2011

Artists: Carl Andre, Hany Armanious, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Marina Faust, Matthys Gerber, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Nicolas Jasmin, Pierre Leguillon, Blinky Palermo, Andreas Reiter Raabe, Clément Rodzielski, Pieter Jansz. Saenredam, Markus Schinwald, Anne Schneider, Octavian Trauttmansdorff

Exhibition Title: Temporary Collection, Paris

Date: April 28 – May 21, 2011

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Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.


Images courtesy of Temporary Collection, Paris

Press Release:

TEMPORARY COLLECTION is a collection and an exhibition.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION relies on private connections and personal links.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION travels and takes place in different countries.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION concentrates on an immediate environment.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION is a nomadic collection that articulates itself at every location; it adapts, keeps works from former presentations while integrating new ones.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION is diluted and reconstituted after every presentation.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION is a situational model and archival project.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION attempts to mediate the formulation of artworks in their relation to specific locations, to reveal working processes and dialogues. The assembling and bringing works into relation with each other provokes alterations through the changing of locations. These alterations are the origin and essence of TEMPORARY COLLECTION.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION is to a large extent distant from institutions and has no hierarchical form.

TEMPORARY COLLECTION unites original, reproduction and edition in its exhibitions and is interested in the conditions and the process between existing and still possible work.

Link: Temporary Collection, Paris

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3 Responses to “Temporary Collection, Paris”

  1. Antonella Says:

    where was this place (the exhibition seems to be closed)?

  2. Forrest Says:

    As listed on their website, the address was 7 rue Robert et Sonia Delaunay in Paris. It is indeed past the final day of the exhibition.

  3. Antonella Says:

    i couldn’t find their website. thank you very much.

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