Resurrection in Palermo

New exhibition with Tilmann Krumrey’s video artwork „Resurrection“, 2012, to be seen at the Polo Museum of Contemporary Art in Palermo from October 21, 2017 – November 26, 2017.

 

IMG_0824 IMG_0825 IMG_0826 IMG_0827 Resurrection, 2012, Videoart - Tilmann Krumrey

 

Link to the official press release of the Polo Museum and Videoinsigth® Collection.

VIDEOINSIGHT® COLLECTION

Next Exhibition Gutenberg Museum, Mainz

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Die nächste Ausstellung findet im  Gutenberg Museum, Mainz, vom 26. August bis 29. November 2015 statt. Thema der Sonderschau über Bilder aus der Luther-Bibel: „Am 8. Tag schuf Gott die Cloud – Die Reformation als Medienereignis in Text und Bild“ / „Freund und Feind“.

Gezeigt wird die Videoarbeit des Künstlers: „BLOCK I – ATEM“ (2010) mit KAIN und ABEL als zentraler Figur.

Das Museum und die Ausstellung finden Sie hier.

The next exhibition will be at Gutenberg Museum, Mainz (Germany), from August 26 to November 29, 2015. Theme of the special show about motives of the Luther Bible: „On day 8 God made the Cloud – Reformation as Media-Event in Text and Picture“ / „Friend and Enemy“.

Video of the artist to be shown: „BLOCK I – BREATH“ (2010) with CAIN and ABEL as main character.

The museum and this exhibition can be found here.

Independent Collectors Guide

The well-known Videoinsight® Collection from Turin has included Tilmann Krumreys artwork Resurrection, 2012, into their artwork list at the BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors. The BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors includes 236 publically accessible private collections and offers a full spectrum of the contemporary art world.

Videoinsight® Collection is a selection of contemporary art with high psychological impact and psycho-diagnostic and psycho-therapeutic potential. The collection contains all segments of art, sculpture, installation, painting etcetera. Their video art section includes videos by 
numerous international famous artists: Nathalie Djurberg, Hans op de Beeck, Keren Cytter, Laure Prouvost, 
Katarzyna Kozyra, Kate Gilmore, Marzia Migliora, Ursula Mayer, Beatrice Pediconi, Eulalia Valldosera, Vyacheslav Akhunov, Said Atabekov, Tobias Zielony, Larissa Sansour, Maria Josè Arjona, Sophie Whettnall, Julika Rudelius, Agnieszka Polska, Vlatka Horvat, Fatma Bucak, Erdem Tasdelem, Vladimir Houdec, Cheryl Pope, Masbedo, Goldiechiari. Some of them participate to the Venice Biennale 2015 ‘All the World’s Futures’.

An interview with the collector Dr. Rebecca Russo. The website of Videoinsight® Foundation. A portray of the collection here or on the Italian Collectors Portal.