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/ Galerie Buchholz
View of "Cosmic Communities: Coming Out Into Outer Space – Homofuturism, Applied Psychedelia & Magic Connectivity."
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Alan Gilbert

There is an astonishing sequence in Robert Mugge’s 1980 film Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise, a documentary about the great intergalactic avant-garde jazz musician, artist, and poet. It occurs when Sun Ra is playing a solo during his band’s—the Arkestra—performance in a Baltimore ballroom. Sun Ra stands in front of... continue reading
Henrik Olesen’s “Hysterical Men”

GALERIE BUCHHOLZ, Berlin

Henrik Olesen, Hysterical Men 1, 2013.
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Kirsty Bell

The aggressively roughshod aesthetic that characterizes Henrik Olesen’s work clashes immediately with the bourgeois atmosphere of Galerie Buchholz’s bel-étage apartment space: the exhibition press release and checklist have been stuck haphazardly onto the wall in the elegant entrance, while two further texts printed on adhesive transparencies are affixed to the... continue reading
Invitation card for Nairy Baghramian's "Fluffing the Pillows" at Galerie Buchholz, Cologne.
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Katharina Neuburger

All of the signifiers are already there: a postage-stamp image of a sailor in full sailor garb hoisting a mainsail, the stylized trace of its having already been posted, the otherwise blank postcard just waiting to be filled with some carefree lines about warm summer evenings. It’s the invitation to... continue reading

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