Collection on Display: Jean-Marc Bustamante, Liz Craft, Sylvie Fleury, Rachel Harrison, Kerstin Kartscher, Dawn Mellor, David Renggli


24. May 2014  – 17. August 2014

Featuring artworks by:
Jean-Marc Bustamante   Liz Craft   Sylvie Fleury   Rachel Harrison   Kerstin Kartscher   Dawn Mellor   David Renggli

Collection on Display presents selected works from the collection of the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst.

The new three-part cycle focuses on excesses, in terms of form and motif. Via surplus or reduction of marks and materials, visual languages emerge between high and low culture. Similarly, rapid, spontaneous and sketchy ways of working become gestures of excess. The pieces shown in this first part are based on artistic strategies that combine elements of pop and kitsch. The works deal with the status quo and the art-historical connotations of media such as painting and drawing, which have been developing beyond the limitations of the tableau format for quite some time.



Exhibition view, photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zurich

List of works

Jean-Marc Bustamante: Feuille

Jean-Marc Bustamante

Steel color varnished
173 x 142 x 1 cm

Liz Craft: Pinwheel III (Palm Tree)

Liz Craft

Pinwheel III (Palm Tree)
420 x 332 x 332 cm

Sylvie Fleury: Blue Notes & Incognito

Sylvie Fleury

Blue Notes & Incognito
Metal plates, make-up
0.5 x 300 x 300 cm

Rachel Harrison: Trees for the Forest

Rachel Harrison

Trees for the Forest
Various materials
Dimensions variable

Kerstin Kartscher: Ice Skater

Kerstin Kartscher

Ice Skater
Hybrid and pigment marker on paper
151 x 328 cm

Dawn Mellor: Bloodbath Dorothy

Dawn Mellor

Bloodbath Dorothy
Oil on canvas
275 x 340 cm

David Renggli: You, Can You Recommend Your Psychiatrist?

David Renggli

You, Can You Recommend Your Psychiatrist?
1001 pictures; framed
Dimensions variable

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