March 3rd, 2016

Rosemarie Trockel at DRAF

David Roberts Art Foundation Study #14. Oh Mystery Girl 3, Rosemarie Trockel

Artist: Rosemarie Trockel

Venue: DRAF, London

Exhibition Title: STUDY #14: OH MYSTERY GIRL 3

Date: January 29 – March 5, 2016

Note: A publication associated with the exhibition is available for download here.

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David Roberts Art Foundation Study #14. Oh Mystery Girl 3, Rosemarie Trockel

David Roberts Art Foundation Study #14. Oh Mystery Girl 3, Rosemarie Trockel

David Roberts Art Foundation Study #14. Oh Mystery Girl 3, Rosemarie Trockel

Full gallery of images, press release, and link available after the jump.

Images:

Images courtesy of DRAF, London. Photos by Tim Bowditch.

Press Release:

Study #14 looks in depth at the work Oh Mystery Girl 3 (2006), a collage by German artist Rosemarie Trockel from the David Roberts collection, London. Four additional loaned works selected by Trockel are presented alongside to complement the piece. A new text by writer Matthew McLean studying Oh Mystery Girl 3 is commissioned for the project.

Based in Cologne, Trockel’s work has been highly influential since the 1970s, working with collage, sculpture, painting, video and performance to address feminism, female identity, sexuality and the human body. She has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions including Moderna Museet, Stockholm; MoMA, New York; the Dia Center for the Arts, New York; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Serpentine Gallery, London; New Museum, New York and the ICA, Boston. Trockel represented Germany in the 1999 Venice Biennale, and participated in documenta in 1997 and 2012.

The exhibition Study #13. Every Word Unmade, Fiona Banner is concurrently on display in DRAF Gallery.

DRAF Studies are a series of focused case-studies of works from the David Roberts Collection. Each presentation centres on a single work, displayed on its own in a gallery with a printed booklet. The commissioned writer studies the work in depth: from its techniques, origin and history to its position in the artist’s practice and contemporary debates. Previous Studies include works by Victor Man, Carole Bove, Bruce McLean, Martin Boyce, Boyle Family, Michael Simpson, Yto Barrada, Sterling Ruby, Ida Applebroog, Andreas Slominski, Etel Adnan and Phillip Guston.

Link: Rosemarie Trockel at DRAF

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