Synopsis: The idea of a nation is as abstract as flags on the moon. The potential of a union of such abstract ideas seems to be without limits. These concepts are fabricated. This exhibition brings together various elements with a focus on published, written and authored works and presents each in their autonomy.
Artists: Andrea Büttner, Astrid Wagner, Aura Rosenberg, Ben Schumacher, Buck Ellison, Carla Accardi, Deanna Havas, Emanuel Rossetti, Heike-Karin Föll, Jean Leclercq, Justin Lieberman, Kirsten Pieroth, Lilli Thiessen, Lucie Stahl, Luigi Ontani, Marina Faust, Matthew Lutz Kinoy, Min Yoon, Mitchell Syrop, Nicolas Roggy, Paul Collins, Philipp Friedrich, Rochelle Feinstein, Salvo, Samuel Jeffery, Student Art Collective, Studio for Propositional Cinema, Timothy Davies, R. B. Kitaj
& & Library: La Jeunesse Populaire
Including marginilia by Ad Reinhardt, Alexia Cayre, Ariane Müller, Andrea Büttner, August Macke, Genichiro Yagyu, Gino de Dominicis, Helmut Draxler, Henri Minczeles, Henrik Olesen, Immanuel Kant, Jackson Pollock, Joe Kay, Juliette Blightman, Marie Angeletti, Margaret Honda, Michèle Stroun, Nikola Dietrich, Paul Collins, Walter Benjamin, Yael Salomonowitz and others
Edited by Tenzing Barshee for Treize Paris
Photo credits : Marina Faust & Philipp Friedrich