REVIEWS

/ INGO NIERMANN
“The Space of Dreams”

GALERIA MAYORAL, Barcelona

View of “The Space of Dreams,” Galería Mayoral, Barcelona, 2017.
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Ingo Niermann

Earlier this summer, after a public talk between Elena Sorokina and my wife, Chus Martínez, the three of us were invited by Eduard Mayoral of Galeria Mayoral to dinner. We hadn’t yet reached dessert when Eduard asked us what to make of Salvador Dalí. They were about to open a... continue reading
View of the "Historical Exhibition," Löwenbräukunst, Manifesta 11, Zurich, 2016.
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Ingo Niermann

Contemporary artists are great at being dilettantes. Some make a point of how liberating it is to lack skill, others of how liberating it is to delegate to those who know better. Meanwhile, machines continue to outdo humans in more and more skills. More and more humans work in some... continue reading
View of John Wood and Paul Harrison, “Some things are undesigned,” von Bartha, Basel, 2015.
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Ingo Niermann

There are countless jokes about modern art being ridiculously boring and about people only being into it to distinguish themselves from the unrefined, who expect from art what hungry people expect from food. When people keep making fun of you, you can pretend not to listen, or you can start making... continue reading
Art Basel

ART BASEL, Basel

Anna Gaskell, Echo Morris, 2014.
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Ingo Niermann

During Art Basel’s preview days most visitors appear to be elderly heterosexual couples. More so than having children, collecting art bears the promise of keeping wealthy couples together. Children grow up and leave the house, but the collection stays and can grow forever. Like people, collections cannot be divided without... continue reading

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