Work

  • T-18.2 (gesichert) 2018 • table corner, chain, lock, ring bolt, 75 x 80 x 32 cm
    T-18.2 (gesichert) 2018 • table corner, chain, lock, ring bolt, 75 x 80 x 32 cm
  • T-18.1 (Gewicht) 2018 • acrylic,  paint cans on aluminium, table legs, 150 x 100 x 22 cm
    T-18.1 (Gewicht) 2018 • acrylic, paint cans on aluminium, table legs, 150 x 100 x 22 cm
  • L-17.4 (Strömung), 2017 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, Primer, adhesive foil, 193 x 143 x 3 cm
    L-17.4 (Strömung), 2017 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, Primer, adhesive foil, 193 x 143 x 3 cm
  • C-16.1 (Machine Head), 2016 • mixed media, 211 x 20 x 18 cm
    C-16.1 (Machine Head), 2016 • mixed media, 211 x 20 x 18 cm
  • L-16.6 (Strömung), 2016 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, 193 x 143 x 3 cm
    L-16.6 (Strömung), 2016 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, 193 x 143 x 3 cm
  • L-16.5 (Strömung), 2016 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, 193 x 143 x 3 cm
    L-16.5 (Strömung), 2016 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, 193 x 143 x 3 cm
  • PR-16.1 (machine head), 2016 • Bodenplatten, wood, bandages, metal, 28 x 180 x 120 cm
    PR-16.1 (machine head), 2016 • Bodenplatten, wood, bandages, metal, 28 x 180 x 120 cm
  • L-16.10 (Information von früher), 2016 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, 62.5 x 62.5 x 0.6 cm
    L-16.10 (Information von früher), 2016 • glue, acrylic, aluminium, 62.5 x 62.5 x 0.6 cm
  • PR-15.3 (Löschblatt), 2015 • wood, colored bandage, bath room carpet, adhesive foil, 93 x 68 x 55 cm
    PR-15.3 (Löschblatt), 2015 • wood, colored bandage, bath room carpet, adhesive foil, 93 x 68 x 55 cm
  • 2013 • Installation view at Gasträume Zürich (CH)
    2013 • Installation view at Gasträume Zürich (CH)
  • Aufsetzpunkt, 2011 • Installation view Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil, Switzerland
    Aufsetzpunkt, 2011 • Installation view Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil, Switzerland
  • Aufsetzpunkt, 2011 • Installation view Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil, Switzerland
    Aufsetzpunkt, 2011 • Installation view Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil, Switzerland

News

Peinture en promo

Ian Anüll présente un univers polyphonique. Ses œuvres dialoguent avec celles de sa collection, créées par plus de 60 artistes de différentes générations. Peinture en promo réunit ainsi critique sociale et art de la rue ou encore abstraction – avec une peinture murale de Jan van der Ploeg.

Reality Check

With “Reality Check”, the Urban Dictionary refers to the moment of disillusionment, when literally a dream bursts, the idea of ​​sober realities breaks down. The term may gain additional social relevance in the age of fake news, when globally communicated news dispenses with any basis in reality, the world becomes, as it were, independent in digital tweets.

The Reality Check at the Kunst Museum Winterthur ignores this parallel world and turns to the material reality of things. It must have been a shock to the art public at the beginning of the 20th century when Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque first integrated real objects into their paintings. The reality broke suddenly into the pictorial space – with far-reaching consequences for the art of modernity until today. The exhibition presents exemplary positions in which material thingness manifests itself in art.

At the Reality Check in the Kunst Museum Winterthur, the representational character of art is at the center of artistic research, formal ideas manifest themselves in striking sculptural works, materialize artistic visions. Selected individual works meet extensive groups of works by artists from the 1960s to today:Jean Tinguely, Daniel Spoerri, John Chamberlain, Arman, Mimmo Rotella, Dieter Roth, Imi Knoebel, Manfred Pernice, Jacques Villeglé, Eva Hesse, Richard Hamilton, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Reto Boller, Marcel Duchamp, Raymond Hains, Luciano Fabro und Manfred Pernice.

Aufsetzpunkt

published by modo Verlag on the occasion of the exhibition at Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil-Jona from April 7 until June 19, 2011.
with essays by Invar-Torre Hollhaus and Daniela Hardmeier.

 

Gallery Exhibitions

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