Work

  • Shade Painting: Sap Green Lake Extra, 2013 • oil on canvas, 55.88 × 55.88 cm
    Shade Painting: Sap Green Lake Extra, 2013 • oil on canvas, 55.88 × 55.88 cm
  • Olive Green, 1995 • watercolour on paper, 76.5 x 57.5, framed
    Olive Green, 1995 • watercolour on paper, 76.5 x 57.5, framed
  • Yellow Mandarin, 1989 • enamel on wood, 91.5 x 91.5 x 1.8 cm
    Yellow Mandarin, 1989 • enamel on wood, 91.5 x 91.5 x 1.8 cm
  • Black painting ≠ III : Ultramarine Blue/Burnt Umber, 1979 • oil on canvas, 213 x 198 cm
    Black painting ≠ III : Ultramarine Blue/Burnt Umber, 1979 • oil on canvas, 213 x 198 cm
  • «Marcia Hafif» 2017 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St. Gallen (CH)
    «Marcia Hafif» 2017 • Installation view at Kunstmuseum St. Gallen (CH)
  • «The Inventory» 2017 • Installation view at Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz (CH)
    «The Inventory» 2017 • Installation view at Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz (CH)
  • «The Inventory» 2017 • Installation view at Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz (CH)
    «The Inventory» 2017 • Installation view at Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz (CH)

News

31: Women

31: Women, the Daimler Art Collection’s new Berlin show, references two groundbreaking presentations held at Peggy Guggenheim’s New York gallery Art of This Century, the Exhibition by 31 Women, 1943, and The Women, 1945. Initiator and co-curator was Guggenheim’s friend and advisor, the artist Marcel Duchamp. These were the first exhibitions in the United States that focused, to this extent, exclusively on women artists. The women represented a young generation, from eleven different countries. In terms of content, representatives of Surrealism found themselves alongside abstract painters, Dada-influenced artists and previously unknown new trends.

Oliver Mosset

Olivier Mosset (b.1944) is one of the central figures in post-war abstract painting, and a pivotal reference for generations of European and American painters. Associated with Daniel Buren, Michel Parmentier, and Niele Toroni, he was a member of the ephemeral B.M.P.T. “group.” His extensive series of circle paintings, executed in the late 1960s and early 1970s, is among the most widely discussed works of that era.

At the same time, several rooms are devoted to movements and artists with whom Mosset was or remains closely associated, allowing us to consider his work in a variety of different contexts. In addition to a section devoted to the activities led with Buren, Parmentier, and Toroni, the exhibition features works by Nouveaux Réalistes

(notably Jean Tinguely and Daniel Spoerri, for whom Mosset worked as an assistant), experimental film-makers’ collective Zanzibar (with whom Mosset directed, acted in and produced a number of films), American “Radical painting” of the 1970s and 1980s (including Marcia Hafif and Joseph Marioni) and artists such as Sherrie Levine, Steven Parrino, Cady Noland, John Armleder, and Sylvie Fleury, with whom he has maintained a regular dialogue.

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)

Red Colors: Oil

Enamel on Wood