Exhibitor listing

LICHT FELD Gallery

LICHT FELD Gallery
Blumenrain 20
4051 Basel
Switzerland
T  +41 (0)61 333 00 58
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hadorn@mac.com
www.lichtfeld.ch

E-mail address : hadorn@mac.com
Website :http://www.lichtfeld.ch

ABOUT

Modern and Contemporary Art. Paintings, Sculptures, Installations, Performance, Video Art.

LICHT FELD’s beginning dates back to 2001 when the first exhibition, of what became an annual event, took place on the Gundeldinger Feld in Basel, Switzerland. Word spread, and after 12 consecutive years, the event garnered international recognition. In 2007 LICHT FELD received the first invitation to participate in the SCOPE international art fair in Miami. This event was followed by many additional fairs in New York, Chicago, Miami, Palm Beach, Istanbul and Basel. In 2010 we opened a permanent Gallery in Basel. After 8 years on July 2018 we opened our new exhibition space at Blumenrain 20 in Basel. Wonderful location, in the heart of Basel, on two floors, with a view of the river Rhine and a large window front.

  • MARCK MARCK Artist

  • Hubert Kretzschmar Assistant / Artist

  • Fredy Hadorn Owner

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  • Carlo Aloe

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  • Markus Klinko  (+)

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    • Markus Klinko - Photo

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  • Hubert Kretzschmar  (+)

    Biography : Hubert Kretzschmar aka Hubert Art was born in 1954, in Karlsruhe, Germany. He began his career as a graphic artist and illustrator after studying visual communication and painting at Essen‘s Folkswang University, under Willy Fleckhaus and Helmut Sundhausen, and with Josef Beuys in Düsseldorf in 1974. In 1978, he settled in New York (where he still lives) and devoted himself to illustration and pioneering works of photography, video, sculpture and computer graphics. During the 1980s, he participated in, and extensively documented the movement of the graffiti-art scene off the streets and into New York‘s fine-art galleries. He has designed iconic album covers for legends of rock and pop music (Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Iggy Pop, Kraftwerk to name a few), as well as graphics and designs for most major record labels. His commercial client roster includes names like Apple, TimeWarner, Viacom, Sony, Nike and Thurn und Taxis.

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  • MARCK  (+)

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    •   MARCK - AZUMI

      AZUMI

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  • Susannah Martin  (+)

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    • Susannah Martin - Helium

      Helium

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  • Geneviève Morin  (+)

    Biography : Lebt und Arbeit in Basel, Schweiz 1963 Geboren im Montréal, Quebec, Canada 1983-1985 Maturität, College d'enseignement général du Vieux-Montréal Montréal , Québec 1985-1987 Studium der Malerei, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQUAM) 1990 Austausch Atelier Montréal Basel 1991 Umzug nach Basel

    Exhibition : EINZELAUSSTELLUNGEN

    2017 T-RÄUME -Paradies-Praxis Binningen

    2014 CHIMÈRE, Galerie Karin Sutter, Basel

    2012 DES ANIMAUX ET DES HOMMES, Le 1er Dimanche, Porrentruy

    2008 LA SAVEUR DU REGARD, Galerie Karin Sutter, Basel

    2005 IN MY PLACE, Galerie Karin Sutter, Basel

    2003 PAYSAGES SAUVAGES, Galerie Artplace, Basel

    2001 Hermann Späth, Basel

    2000 Ausstellungsraum Klingental, mit Sheila Barcik , Basel

    1995 Kultur in Reinach, Galerie Werkstatt, Reinach

    1994 Kunst und Kiosk, Konsumbäckerei, Solothurn

    1993 HISTOIRE D`OISEAUX RARE, Galerie das Labyrinth, Basel

    1991 ENTRE LE SOLEIL ET LE NOIR, Galerie Clark, Montréal

    1990 LE FEU SACRE, internationales Austauschatelier, IAAB, Basel

    1989 LES DELIRES DE MADEMOISELLE, Galerie Clark, Montréal

    1986 Galerie l`embuscade, Trois-Rivières, Québec

    1984 DIE AUSSTELLUNG, Cégep du Vieux-Montréal, Montréal

    GRUPPENAUSSTELLUNGEN

    2018 -Platforms Project, Independent Art Fair, Athen (GR)
    Presented by DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+, Bonn (GER),
    Mit: stöckerselig (Basel), Dorothee von Rechenberg (Basel), Sibylle Feucht (Bonn)
    -ECHO Zeichnungen in Reaktion auf Malerei, mit Alex Bleuler
    Petershof, Basel

    2017 -OOO Object Oriented Ontology, Kurator: Andreas Angelidakis,
    Regionale 18, Kunsthalle Basel
    -BIENNALE PRATTELN, Pratteln
    -POP-UP GALLERY-WELTRAUM, Basel

    2016 -OUVERT ET SOLIDAIRE Visarte Basel Feiert 150 Jahre Visarte Schweiz,
    Spende eines Kunstwerks, Kunstschaffende der Region Basel stellen Arbeiten für eine
    Verkaufsausstellung und Versteigerung zur Verfügung. M54 Basel
    -DER TOTENTANZ, Ein Markt von Gerda Steiner und Jörg Lenzlinger mit Werken,
    Beiträgen und-Kunststücken von 120 Eingeladenen, Park Totentanz, Basel
    -LISTE TOTAL, Kuratoren; Dr. Kuckucks Labrador, Liste 21, Kaskadenkondensator, Basel
    -PASSAGE, Ateliers Ouverts 2016, Kuratoren: Janine Schmutz et Parvez Imam,
    Fabrikculture, Hegenheim
    -DEM LEBEN ZUHÖREN WIE ES SPRICHT, Kurator; Clément Stehlin,
    Fabrikculture, Hegenhei

    Detailed Description : On the work of Geneviève Morin Mostly Geneviève Morin chooses for her paintings large-format Screens. In oil paint applied in many layers, the canvas Topographies. They are landscapes that are situated on the ridge between moving inside and outside; organic forms reveal their origin not definite, they evoke memories they can give you. but just as quickly withdraw it again. It never becomes quite clear whether it is the world in front of or behind the retina. That's how it is eyes, which look out of the picture surface, which are in line with one's own gaze. and throw it back and mark that interface. You absorb external stimuli and reflect them inwards; what moves them is moved, is mixed with deeper layers, is transformed into and over the painting hand, in processed form back to the outside brought. The colour is used as material and medium in equal measure. treated. It is always in formation as a means of great flexibility. Surfaces can be closed or opened, these are and spaces, which are created and which can be used for a wide variety of purposes. Perceptions can merge in a relatively small space. Where the image ends cannot be clearly defined, either, because the colours used do not retreat. The game with surfaces and textures, make such images almost haptic and draw you equally into an emotional and Crucible. The receiving eyes become almost physical, it goes up and down in these pictures, there are violent thunderstorms and what is preserved after the imaginary migration is a insight into the human construction of the Realities. Katharina Dunst, 2005 artist's statement The finished painting that definitely remains on the canvas at the end, is the result of superimpositions, interweavings, connections and reflections of images, which I collect in a fundus, myself photographing, or sceneries that appear blurred in my head. The human figures, the animals, the landscapes form together a personal mythology. The content of the pictures is characterized by through

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  • Tom Senn  (+)

    Exhibition : CV
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    2017 „Tragen und Stützen“ Projektraum M54, Basel
    2016 „Filter4 | Skulptur“, Filter4, Basel BS (CH)
    2015 “HEIMSPIEL“, Kunstraum Engländerbau, Vaduz, Fürstentum Lichtenstein (FL)
    2015 “Regionale 16“, Cargo Bar, Basel(CH)
    2015 „Blaublau“ Winterquartier, Zürich (CH)
    2015 „Guck mal Günther, Kunst“ Tommasini, Lenzburg (CH)
    2015 „Meeting Point“, Aubette 1928 Musées de la Ville de Strasbourg (F)
    2014 „270814“, Le Foyer, Müllerstrasse 57, Zürich (CH)
    2014 14x14x14“ dock, Raum für aktuelle Kunst, Basel
    2014 „Horror Vacui“ / Name Dropping, Ilse Ermen, i-a-m, Berlin (D)
    2014 „EGON“ Grabenhalle, St.Gallen (CH)
    2014 „Melancholie Studio“ Villa Renata, Socinstrasse 16, Basel (CH)
    2013 „You me‘nd you“ OG9 Garage, Zürich (CH)
    2013 „Give me shelter“ Atelierhaus GGG, Basel (CH)
    2013 „Lichtfeld Bienale“ Dreispitz, Basel (CH)
    2012 „Regionale 13“ Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz (CH)
    2012 „The Birswanger Collection“ Vebikus. Schaffhausen (CH)
    2012 „Viktor Korol & Tom Senn* Lagerhaus St.Gallen, St.Gallen (CH)
    2012 „HENDIADYOIN“ BLT Gebäude, NT-Areal, Basel (CH)
    2011 „Johannes Birswanger“ www.birswanger.com, Schaffhausen (CH)
    2011 „Diplomasustellung“ Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz (CH)
    2011 „etwas mit 21“ Projektraum visarte Basel,Basel (CH)
    2010 „Chez Chevy bei Raum No1“ Performance, Galerie Haldemann, Bern (CH)
    2009 „BA-Diplom“HGK, Institut Kunst, Messehalle Schweiz, Basel (CH)
    2009 „Chez Chevy“ Performance, Liste 09, Basel (CH)
    2009 „Bildet Banden Tr#15“ Ausstellungsraum ARK Klingental, Basel (CH)
    2008 „La premère fois, Regionale 09“ La Kunsthalle, Mulhouse (F)
    2008 „À travers champs / Querfeldein“ Goms (CH)
    2008 „Baerwart, Tr#9“ Ausstellungsraum ARK Klingental, Basel (CH)

    Solo
    2018 Solo Show, LICHT FELD Gallery Basel
    2012 „Pleasure Grounds“ museümli.ch, Buchs SG (CH)
    2012 „Mumbo Jumbo“ „dock“ Raum für aktuelle Kunst, Basel (CH

    Detailed Description : Found painting’s... is how the artist describes his work and continues the description like: In my artistic expression, I am interested in exploring painting as a traditional genre. For this I use randomly found matreials, which I collect on patrols through town and country, and transport to the studio. One of the criteria is that of finding used materiali. My focus is on the „patinization states“ of the things. My goal is to build a depot through physical activity (walking around), transporting and storing. These collections of material serve as mental and physical preparation, for the actual creative process in the studio or at the exhibition venue. In these places, the different material and colors are transformed into new objects. In doing so, I orient myself to the approach of painting. I do not paint primarily on the canvas, but the approach is remi-niscent of contemporary painting. Image compositions and colourfulness, material, color and image carrier become important parameters. It is important to me that these found matreials be removed from their one-time function, so that I can transfer the actual object, sketchy and reactionary, into another context. With my „protagonists“, that‘s what I call the objects, I test them in different ways. Creating painterly and situational objects, for me, is a kind of mixture of space, time, and material that can be found in constructed situations. These, in the broadest sense, conceptual engagement with painting and object form the core of my survey.

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  • Ayakamay

  • Matthias Bildstein  (+)

    Biography : The work of Bildstein | Glatz compels the viewer to reflect his/her trained visual perception. Watching, observing and contemplating should not lead to generally a cepted insights, but rather question conventions, mechanisms of perception and the appearance of reality. Disassociation, valorization of the nondescript and minimal interventions in the very nature and meaning of things shifts reality towards triviality. They document their paradoxical experiments, architectural interventions and trivial shifts in either photographs or videos, or show them as installations on site, objects or sculptures. They first met in 1997 at a graffiti event in the Youth Center Between in Bregenz. In m2003 Bildstein | Glatz started collaborating. After they finished their studies at the art universities in Zürich (ZHdK) and Vienna (Akademie and Ang wandte) their work b came increasingly conceptual and installative. It is the first time that Bildstein/Glatz show their work at a international Artfair.

    Exhibition : Single shows 2015 HELL YEAH, Brutus Unsterblich, Stadtgalerie Wels (ab 17. Nov) 2015 Surfin Safari, Kunsthalle Arbon, CH 2014 ftp, NEXTEX, St. Gallen, CH 2014 -Fizz- immortal, Hop - Step - Jump, Weltrekord im Raketenauto Dreisprung, Reichenfeld, Feldkirch, A 2014 /BAZZ/ Rheticus Kriterium, Palais Liechtenstein, Feldkirch, A 2013 Landing, c-art, Prantl & Boch, Dornbirn, A 2013 Log 01. Sturzgeburt Off Center, Bern, CH 2012 Umlenker Galerie 365, Schnepfau / Schnepfegg, A 2011 Atlas Universität für angewandte Kunst, Wien, A 2011 Leere Bilder Akademie der bildenden Künste, Wien, A 2009 So weit das Budget reicht Kunsthalle Arbon, CH 2008 Bildstein | Glatz Galerie Widmer+Theodoridis contemporary, Zürich, CH 2008 say hello to zurich | say hello to vienna PARK / WUK, Zürich / Wien, CH / A 2006 72 Shots Galerie Widmer+Theodoridis contemporary, Zürich, CH 2006 Background.Boys Kunst.Vorarlberg, Feldkirch, A 2006 „Philippe Glatz“, Tübach, CH 2005 „72 Shots“, Bildgasse Areal, Dornbirn, A 2004 „Matthias Bildstein, This Side Up“, Dornbirn, A Group Exhibitions (selection) 2015 on site on tour, Hohenems, A 2015 H2O, filter4, Basel, CH 2015 a likeness has blister, it has that teeth, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Wien, A 2015 Transfer, Kunstraum Engländerbau, Vaduz, LI 2014 Autopilot, BACC, Bangkok, Thailand 2013 Cantonale Berne Jura, Bern, CH 2013 Mobile Kunsthalle Innsbruck, Permierentage, Innsbruck, A 2013 Standort, Kulturforum, Österreichische Botschaft, Berlin, D 2013 Die zweite Dekade, Kunsthalle Arbon, CH 2013 BildundHauer, Kunst.Vorarlberg, Feldkirch, A 2013 Overkill, ULT, Trust111, Wien, A 2012 EG Nord Semperdepot, Wien, A 2012 Berner Salon Stadtgallerie Bern, Bern, CH 2012 Du kannst den Knopf drücken so oft du willst, der Lift kommt nicht schneller Wien, A 2011 Metamart Künstlerhaus, Wien, A 2010 European Sculpture Nave Gallery, Turin, I 2010 FrischFleisch Widmer+Theodoridis contemporary, Zürich, CH 2010

  • Maurice Calanca

  • Peter Dauphin

  • Peter Dauphin genannt Muth

    Biography : Peter Dauphin genannt Muth Studium Theaterwissenschaft, Kunstgeschichte Neuere deutsche Literatur in Erlangen Studium Freie Malerei, Meisterschüler Kunstpreis der Stadt Fürth Stipendium Stipendium des Bayrischen Staates Cite ́Internationale des Arts – Paris Ausstellungsbeteiligungen Sept. 2011 LICHT FELD 11, Basel Februar 2011 Adam gallery, London Sept. 2010 LICHT FELD 10, Basel Okt/Nov Zumikon, Nürnberg Sept. 2009 LICHT FELD 9, Basel Sept. 2008 LICHT FELD 8, Basel August 2007 LICHT FELD 7, Basel Juni 2006 LICHT FELD 6, Basel Juni/Juli 2005 Galerie Ueker & Ueker, Basel Juni 2005 LICHT FELD 5 , Jakob Burckhard Haus, Basel Nov./Dez. 2004 Feedback, Kunstakademie Nürnberg Juni 2004 LICHT FELD 4 , Gundeldinger Feld, Basel Juli/Aug. 2003 Positionen und Tendenzen, Nürnberg Juni 2003 LICHT FELD 3, Gundeldinger Feld, Basel Okt. 2002 LICHT FELD 2 und Nureinberg, Nürnberg Teilnahme an den Scope-Messen in Miami, New York u

  • Pawel ferus

  • Philippe Glatz  (+)

    Biography : The work of Bildstein | Glatz compels the viewer to reflect his/her trained visual perception. Watching, observing and contemplating should not lead to generally a cepted insights, but rather question conventions, mechanisms of perception and the appearance of reality. Disassociation, valorization of the nondescript and minimal interventions in the very nature and meaning of things shifts reality towards triviality. They document their paradoxical experiments, architectural interventions and trivial shifts in either photographs or videos, or show them as installations on site, objects or sculptures. They first met in 1997 at a graffiti event in the Youth Center Between in Bregenz. In m2003 Bildstein | Glatz started collaborating. After they finished their studies at the art universities in Zürich (ZHdK) and Vienna (Akademie and Ang wandte) their work b came increasingly conceptual and installative. It is the first time that Bildstein/Glatz show their work at a international Artfair.

    Exhibition : Single shows 2015 HELL YEAH, Brutus Unsterblich, Stadtgalerie Wels (ab 17. Nov) 2015 Surfin Safari, Kunsthalle Arbon, CH 2014 ftp, NEXTEX, St. Gallen, CH 2014 -Fizz- immortal, Hop - Step - Jump, Weltrekord im Raketenauto Dreisprung, Reichenfeld, Feldkirch, A 2014 /BAZZ/ Rheticus Kriterium, Palais Liechtenstein, Feldkirch, A 2013 Landing, c-art, Prantl & Boch, Dornbirn, A 2013 Log 01. Sturzgeburt Off Center, Bern, CH 2012 Umlenker Galerie 365, Schnepfau / Schnepfegg, A 2011 Atlas Universität für angewandte Kunst, Wien, A 2011 Leere Bilder Akademie der bildenden Künste, Wien, A 2009 So weit das Budget reicht Kunsthalle Arbon, CH 2008 Bildstein | Glatz Galerie Widmer+Theodoridis contemporary, Zürich, CH 2008 say hello to zurich | say hello to vienna PARK / WUK, Zürich / Wien, CH / A 2006 72 Shots Galerie Widmer+Theodoridis contemporary, Zürich, CH 2006 Background.Boys Kunst.Vorarlberg, Feldkirch, A 2006 „Philippe Glatz“, Tübach, CH 2005 „72 Shots“, Bildgasse Areal, Dornbirn, A 2004 „Matthias Bildstein, This Side Up“, Dornbirn, A Group Exhibitions (selection) 2015 on site on tour, Hohenems, A 2015 H2O, filter4, Basel, CH 2015 a likeness has blister, it has that teeth, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Wien, A 2015 Transfer, Kunstraum Engländerbau, Vaduz, LI 2014 Autopilot, BACC, Bangkok, Thailand 2013 Cantonale Berne Jura, Bern, CH 2013 Mobile Kunsthalle Innsbruck, Permierentage, Innsbruck, A 2013 Standort, Kulturforum, Österreichische Botschaft, Berlin, D 2013 Die zweite Dekade, Kunsthalle Arbon, CH 2013 BildundHauer, Kunst.Vorarlberg, Feldkirch, A 2013 Overkill, ULT, Trust111, Wien, A 2012 EG Nord Semperdepot, Wien, A 2012 Berner Salon Stadtgallerie Bern, Bern, CH 2012 Du kannst den Knopf drücken so oft du willst, der Lift kommt nicht schneller Wien, A 2011 Metamart Künstlerhaus, Wien, A 2010 European Sculpture Nave Gallery, Turin, I 2010 FrischFleisch Widmer+Theodoridis contemporary, Zürich, CH 2010

  • Christoph Hess

  • Marcus Jansen  (+)

    Exhibition : Education 1985 – 1986 Gewerbliche Schulen der Stadt Moenchengladbach, Berufskolleg für Technik und Medien, Fachrichtung, Gestaltung. 1986 - 1989 Gewerbliche Schulen der Stadt Moenchengladbach, Berufsschule fuer Maler u. Lackierer. 1995 - Austin Peay State University, Enrollment for Management, Fort Campbell, KY 1990 - 1997 US Armed Forces Mentor: Jerome A. Donson, Art Historian Solo Exhibitions 2018 Museum Zitadelle, Marcus Jansen - New Horizons, Berlin 2017 Weinstein Gallery, Marcus Jansen, Obscure Line Between Fact and Fiction, San Francisco 2017 Heitsch Galerie, Marcus Jansen, Aftermath, Munich 2017 Kunst Raum Klosterkirche, Marcus Jansen Aftermath, Traunstein, Germany 2017 Kunsthalle „Kunst & Kultur zu Hohenaschau e.-V.“, Marcus Jansen, Aftermath, Aschau at the Lake Chiemsee, Germany 2017 Art Karlsruhe, Marcus Jansen, Karlsruhe, Germany 2017 Galerie Kellermann, Marcus Jansen - Post-True Realities, Dusseldorf, Germany 2017 Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP, Marcus Jansen Dusseldorf, Germany 2016 La Triennale di Milano Museum, Marcus Jansen DECADE, XXI Triennale Esposizione Internazionale Milan, Italy 2015 UNIT A Studio and Residency, Examine and Report, Fort Myers FL 2014 Museum Pinacoteca Benedito Calixto, Marcus Jansen, Sao Paulo 2014 Bianca Maria Rizzi & Matthias Ritter Gallery, Marcus Jansen, Bolzano, Italy 2014 Roberta Britto Gallery, Marcus Jansen - Veni Vidi Succumbe, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2014 Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, Marcus Jansen - Future Ground, New York, NY 2014 Lazarides, Marcus Jansen, The Whistleblower, London, UK 2013 Galleria Bianca Maria Rizzi & Matthias Ritter Gallery, Marcus Jansen, Milan, Italy 2013 Phillips Gallery, Marcus Jansen, Sanibel/Captiva Island, FL 2012 Galleri Urbane, Marcus Jansen - Frontline Report, Dallas, TX 2011 The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, A Painter’s Allegory, Fort Myers, FL 2011 HW Gallery, Marcus Jansen - Illuminum, Naples, FL 2010 101/Exhibit, Marcus Jansen - Zeitgeist, Miami. FL 2009 Bill

    Detailed Description : Marcus Jansen is regarded as the inventor and pioneer of Modern Urban Expressionism. Dr. Manfred Schneckenburger, the director of documenta in 1977 and 1987, recently commended him as “one of the most important American painters of his generation.” Jansen himself describes his painting as a type of warfare: “Painting is the most intimate act of war.” Raised bilingually by his German father and his West Indian mother, Marcus Jansen went to school in Germany. He was active on the graffiti scene in Germany in the 1980s and afterwards met WEST ONE in New York and referenced Jean-Michel Basquiat. In the late 1990s, Jansen developed his unmista-kable Neoexpressionist “Crossover” style, which harks back to German Expressionism and alludes to Robert Rauschenberg’s “Combine Paintings.” We are proud to have Marcus on board for several Artfairs in the future and for a upcoming solo show at the Gallery in Basel 2019

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  • Dr. Permi Jhooti  (+)

    Biography : Dr. Permi Jhooti was born in 1971 in London, UK. Since 2012, she works as an interactive multimedia artist in Basel, specialising in live interaction and video generation using the Microsoft Kinect technology. She has developed several techniques for generating live visuals from motion data for dance and theater. Since m1994, she has also worked as a research specialist in Motion and Artefacts in medical imaging, collaborating with universities, companies and hospitals in London, Switzerland, Holland, Sweden and the US. She has several patents on dealing with motion in the body, one of which was bought by Siemens, and is internationally recognised as a leader in people centred biofeedback imaging, with over 80 presentations and publications for her MRI research work. Summer 2015, we showed for the first time at an international art fair in Basel her work. CONTEXT Miami is her second international art fair, where Ms. Jhooti is exclusively represented by LICHT FELD Gallery with a new Videowork.

    Exhibition : 2014 Oil on Oak Premier: Theater Basel 2014 (Dance Lab VII) Choreography: Jorge Garcia Perez Music: Teresa Carrasco Stage Design: Fabio Masini Video: Permi Jhooti, Ruben Dario Bañol Liestal, September 19-‐ 28, 2014 All data is captured using a kinect camera. The data transitions are initially programmed in processing and further programming is done in C4D. Images are then created and rendered in C4D. 2015 Motive Emotive Exhibtion of digital prints, video and biofeedback installation. Mynt, Basel, January – April 2015 Artfairs 2015 - SCOPE Artshow Basel - CONTEXT, Miami

  • Daniel Karrer

  • Nimai Kestin

  • KRL

    Biography : KRL was born in 1988 in Northern California, where she pursued an interest in filmmaking. She now works and resides in New Zealand. I’ve always been interested in how we memorialize ourselves through imagery: in our homes, our most intimate and treasured spaces where we should be most comfortable and honest with ourselves, our walls and bedside tables are filled with smiling photos of milestone events, birthdays, weddings, staged family holidays. They project happiness, success, love. A carefully curated projection. This series of moving portraits started out seeking to examine what it would look like to show those other moments. The ones we don’t display — the heartbreak, banality, illness, depression, unabashed fetishization, shame. These unslightly moments get lost in the careful curation of our lives, despite being a vital part of the fabric of our very selves. As framed ever-looping videos, they represent the constant movement of everything that happens between the still smiles we hang on our walls.

  • Marck Marck

  • Julie Nymann

  • Julie Nymann  (+)

    Biography : Julie Nymann is a Brooklyn based artist. Certificate in Photography, International Center of Photography: General Studies, New York. Recipient of residencies at The Bronx Museum of the Arts: Artist In The Marketplace, New York, D'CLINIC Studios: MIXER International Artists in Residence, Slovenia and Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts: Juried Fellowship, Ithaca. Among others internationally exhibited at Museum of Science, Boston. Group exhibitions at Licht Feld Biennale, Basel, Anthology Film Archives, New York and No Man’s Art Gallery, Shanghai. Nymann received the First Prize at Bideodrom Experimental Film Festival, Bilbao and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark honored her with an Artisan award. Reviewed by Hyperallergic, Dazed and Confused. She was born in 1987 in Copenhagen.

    Exhibition : Upcoming May Miami Art Fair New York, Kys | Kiss, Shreds of laughter, Licht Feld Gallery, Basel May No Man’s Art Gallery, Bottle of desire, Shreds of laughter, Rotterdam July - Sept AIM Biannual, Shreds of laughter, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York June Mirror Action, Collaborative Performance with Maria Hupfield, The Bronx Museum of the Arts Two Person Exhibition 2013 Museum Of Science, Charles Hayden Planetarium, A Song For Echo, Collaboration With Sound Producer Ricardo Donoso, Curator By Alexis Avedisian, Boston 2013 Museum Of Science, Charles Hayden Planetarium, A Song For Echo, Collaboration With Sound Producer Ricardo Donoso, Curator By Alexis Avedisian, Boston 2013 People That Is Doing This, Collaboration With Alessandra Hoshor, D’CLINIC Gallery, Lendava Group Exhibitions Jan. to Mar. 2015 Possibilities and Preferences, Shreds of laughter and Circular curated by Mehmet Kahraman, Mixer Arts, Istanbul. 2015 TAKE TEN, The eye of the beholder, curated by Nancy Borowick and Alison Morley, Rita K. Hillman Gallery, International Center of Photography, New York 2015 Second Selves, Kys | Kiss, curated by Alexis Avedisian, Distillery Gallery, Boston 2014 - 2015 Salon, My Moments of Glory, curated Daniela & Luminița Apostu, MAGMA Contemporary, Romania 2014 No More Place, Shreds of laughter, 93 Market street Gallery Aferro, Newark, New Jersey 2014 Paraflows .9 - INTIMACY, Kys|kiss, Künstlerhaus, Wien 2014 Alfinete Gallerie, The third picture, Brasília, Brazil 2014 Pop-Up, No Mans Art Gallery, Curated By Emmelie Koster, Cape Town 2014 Steal This Bike, Fantasy No.48 (Licking), Curated By Chanel Kim, MINT Gallery, Atlanta 2013 Licht Feld Biennale 13, Kys | Kiss, Curated By Friedrich Hadorn, Licht Feld Gallery, Basel 2013 Pop Ud Shanghai, Kys | Kiss, Walking In The Mind, Curated By Emmelie Koster, No Man’s Art Gallery, Shanghai 2013 Crush the Serpent, Kys | Kiss, Circular, curated by Nicole Calderón, Tea Facto

    Detailed Description : Medium and Dimension: 0:12:16 loop, 9:16 HD, stereo, vertical projection with wood shavings on edge. The performer is slowly and solidly planning the laughing reflection into wood scrapes, the sound of metal planning on wood interacts with bird echoes. Shaped in a constructed platform the imagery is generated from the recordings of the artist’s live performances combining traditional craft with virtual identity. When interacting and communicating with each other we rely on technology. In breaking down physical and spatial barriers, what is the role of media? Are we able to adapt and develop to this pace of self’s or disconnect toward our own social reflection? In a constant negotiation between inner and outer exchanges the act study’s how individuality is constructed, represented, and perceived.

  • Anja Schwarzenbach  (+)

    Biography : Anja Schwarzenbach is a very smart but reserved artist, very critical of the current development of the art market and puts great emphasis on trust and honesty. We were allowed to work with the artist since 2004 for various projects. This resulted is a friendship that allowes us for the first time ever to show works by her at the upcoming artnewyork. In the years 2004 and 2005, Anja Schwarzenbach contributed works for our pop-up exhibitions LICHT FELD 2004 and 2005.

    Exhibition : LICHTFELD ANUAL EXHIBITION 2004, Gundeldinger Feld, Basel LICHTFELD ANUAL EXHIBITION 2005, jakob Burkhardt Haus, Basel

    Detailed Description : The artist is currently working on the digital development and the sometimes absurd forms of commu-nication that were created by the “unicorn” player - information in the now spread all over the world. She uses simple dialogues between for ex. two quarreling people exchanging via sms or weird tweets by Donald Trump. Anja Schwarzenbach takes also her own communication texts, embroiders the messages on fabric and „stores“ them in plastic bags, in which we to store pills and other stuff. The Tweet (May 2017) by Donald Trump „Despite the constant negative press covfef“, which has caused a sensation worldwide and no one really understands. She takes over and turns it into a „goblin“. What is sent in seconds as a text message, the artist produces in a traditional craft technique which takes a lot of time – also with time to think ... A great way to connect the present and the future in terms of spast traditions.

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Meditation

David Bowie – Unseen Photos.
David Bowie – the “Seeker of the Truth” is no longer among us. Following many honors and obituaries in memory of the fascinating personality, we will bring him back to Earth for 4 special days.
Markus Klinko, who has worked with David Bowie, shows an exclusive
selection of more than twenty original photos. Many have never
been shown before including a series shot for the album Heathen. The world-renowned celebrity and fashion photographer will be present at the exhibition and together with Markus we are looking forward to welcoming you at the show!

Helium - Susannah Martin

Susannah Martin

Helium

Oil on canvas, 80 x 150cm, 2017

Susannah Martin's paintings are about freedom designs that are reflected in the relationship between man and nature.

Which pictures of nature are predominant in the current time and how is the human body represented in the landscape? The exhibition JUST NATURE at the Kunstforum of the TU Darmstadt contrasts the predominantly digital life with the question of the relationship between man and nature and asks about possible social utopias beyond the Internet and virtuality.

Susannah Martin finds her very own visual language to depict the relationship of the act in nature. For her, the exposed human being, who is devoid of any social indicators, is a symbol of the human being par excellence.

His relationship to nature reflects the antagonistic divide between the natural and nature-related state and the human being as consumer or cultural being: "I am interested in exploring further the nature of our enslavement to our own cultural creations and our psychic battle for liberation from these addictions. (Susannah Martin)

AZUMI -   MARCK

MARCK

AZUMI

Videosculpture, LED screen, plastic, colored water, loop: 12:36, L220 x B62 x H13cm / L 86.6 x W 24.5 x H 5.1 Inch, Edition: 1/3 + 1AP