Felipe Cohen and nine other artists participate in the group show “Borderline Relation”, on view at Eastwards Prospectus until the end of March. Reflecting on the relations between artistic practices that emerged in different temporal, geopolitical, social and economic contexts, the exhibition puts together works by artists from various parts of the world and generations, some of them holding acclaimed historical positions.
According to curator Tevž Logar, the aim of the show is to create a tension between the general label of “conceptual art” in which all of the works showcased fall into and the different moments in time and space in which they were created. The strategy opens space for questioning the established paradigms in the discourse of contemporary art.
– Through the various artistic approaches involved, the exhibition presents intimate, individual stories that lie behind elements specific to contemporary artworks, and guide us to experience the works here and now – he says. – “Borderline Relation” is a compendium of small intimate confessions which reveal a global society marked by an obsessive quest for possessions while drowning in the infinity of their complete devaluation.
“Borderline Relation”, group show featuring Marieta Chirulescu, Felipe Cohen, Svenja Deininger, Caroline Duchatelet, Vlatka Horvat, Željko Jerman, Ivan Moudov, Ulay, Ignacio Uriarte and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt
Curated by Tevž Logar
On view from January 25th through March 24th
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