This exhibition at MARUANI MERCIER brings Stefan BRÜGGEMANN’s Hyper-Palimpsest and On KAWARA’s Today series together for the first time. The works share a central concern in their engagement with the experience of time and being in the world.
Founded by architect Nina Shen-Poblete, and artist/curator Tomas Poblete, HOP Projects CT20 (HPCT20) is a contemporary visual arts and cultural platform championing high quality contemporary art from the margins.
Artist Stefan Brüggemann to unveil new public artwork ‘Truth / Lie 2020’ on Election Day on the US / Mexico border
Coinciding with the US elections on November 3rd 2020, artist Stefan Brüggemann will unveil a new public artwork on the US / Mexico Border at Tijuana, Baja California, titled ‘Truth / Lie’ on view to the public until January 10th.
UNLEASHED SPEED UNLEASHED SPEECH (MISFITS) a group exhibition curated by London and Mexico City-based contemporary artist Stefan Brüggemann will open on September 5, 2020, and will continue on view through October 10 at KOTARO NUKAGA Tokyo
In ‘Online Disconnected (Hyper-Poem Lockdown)’ (2020) Brüggemann’s choice of words force us to reflect on our online existence of scrolling and constant consumption.
Today artist Stefan Brüggemann unveiled OK (untitled action), a new public artwork in Folkestone.
This is Stefan Brüggemannh first solo exhibition in Japan at KOTARO NUKAGA gallery. Titled “HA HA WHAT DOES THIS REPRESENT? WHAT DO YOU REPRESENT?”, the show will focus on ‘CARTOON PAINTINGS’ and ‘PUDDLE PAINTINGS’ from a series that Brüggemann has been working on in recent years, as well as showcasing his latest series of ‘HYPER-POEM PAINTINGS’.
For the first time since its opening, the Ibizan space of Parra & Romero is fully occupied by an exhibition by a single artist. This is Stefan Brüggemann (Mexico City, 1975), who presents here a body of work made over the last year where several of the central themes of his artistic career are reflected.
On 20th April 2017, Hauser & Wirth will debut its Portable Art Project with an exhibition of wearable objects commissioned from fifteen artists.