CROSSWORDS 3 Alexandre Léger  •  Ana Mendes  •  Anders Bonnesen  •  Antoanetta Marinov  •  Antonio Catelani  •  Art & Language  •  Bernard Heidsieck  •  Bettina Hutschek  •  Birte Endrejat  •  Bruno Nagel  •  Christine Gedeon  •  Cia Rinne  •  Claude Faure  •  Claude Horstmann  •  Daniela Comani  •  Esther Horn  •  Francis Zeischegg  •  Francisco da Mata  •  franckDavid  •  Frederik Foert  •  Gianpaolo Pagni  •  Hagen Schümann  •  Ioana Alexe  •  Irène Hug  •  Isabel Kerkermeier  •  Joel Ducorroy  •  Johann Camut  •  John Giorno  •  Jurgen Ostarhild  •  Kathrin Pohlmann  •  Lukas Troberg  •  Marc Rebollo  •  Marcus Neufanger  •  Marte Kiessling  •  Martin Assig  •  Mary Bauermeister  •  Matthias Pilsz  •  Nicolas Manenti  •  Oliver Hartung  •  Oliver van den Berg  •  Peder K. Bugge  •  Peter Freitag  •  Peter Saul  •  Pierre Granoux/Sven Lindhorst-Emme  •  Pierre Juillerat  •  Pietro Sanguineti  •  Ralf Schmitt  •  Regine Kolle  •  Reinhard Doubrawa  •  Roland Fuhrmann  •  Ronald de Bloeme  •  Signe Guttormsen  •  Stephan Brenn  •  Tere Recarens  •  Ties Ten Bosch  •  Tim Plamper  •  Ulrike Kuschel
2016 – 2017
ONE EXHIBITION ABOUT TEXT BASED ART IN TWO LOCATIONS
12.11 2016 – 14.1 2017, TUE – SAT, noon – 6 pm
CURATED BY
JORDAN/SEYDOUX & PIERRE GRANOUX
LAGE EGAL [OFF SITE]
JORDAN/SEYDOUX Drawings & Prints, Auguststraße 22, 10117 Berlin (View on Map)


CROSSWORDS 3
  • The third CROSSWORDS exhibition begins anew the surprising game between language and art, explored previously by JORDAN/SEYDOUX and LAGE EGAL. Words and letters get mixed up, joined again in poetry and playfully brought into new contexts. The exhibition displays an overview of positions from the early 1970s to the newest artistic practices. After all, words have always been there for us.

    However, it's not just the texts, but also the audience which is set in motion here. The exhibition occurs simultaneously in two locations: JORDAN/SEYDOUX in Mitte and LAGE EGAL in Prenzlauer Berg, producing a rare collaboration between a gallery and an off-space. Two poles of a creative dialogue, rich in allusions, humor, irony and passion for the printed word. And between them, a space for further conversations is opened.

    JORDAN/SEYDOUX starts first in November with a salon hang presenting drawings and paintings together with limited editions or multiples and photographies, LAGE EGAL waits the darkest month of the year and shows in December a selection of light and neon works.


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