Friedrich Kunath

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What difference it makes when it makes no difference anymore, object, 2013

Friedrich Kunath (born 1974) is a German visual artist who lives in Los Angeles. He was born in Chemnitz, East Germany, and has had solo exhibitions at the Kunsthal Kade Amersfoort (2016), Schinkel Pavillon (2011), the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2010), Kunstverein Hannover (2009), Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (2009), Aspen Art Museum (2008). Group exhibitions include 'The World Belongs to You', Palazzo Grassi, Venice (2011), '11th Triennale für Kleinplastik, Fellbach' (2010) and 'Life on Mars: the 55th Carnegie International' (2008).[1]

Exhibitions[edit]

2000

  • One Day It Will All Make Sense, The Modern Institute, Glasgow

2001

  • Peter Mertes Stipendium, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn

2003

  • Statements, Art Basel 34, Basel

2004

  • Rhinegold: Art from Cologne, Tate Gallery Liverpool

2005

  • The Gravity in Art, De Appel, Amsterdam

2006

  • Esquidor en el fondo de un pozo, Fundacci ón/ Colección Jumex, Mexico City

2007

  • Learn To Read, Tate Modern, London
  • Twilight, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York [2]
  • MMK, Frankfurt am Main

2008

  • The Leisure Suite, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York
  • Aspen Art Museum, Aspen
  • Life on Mars, the 2008 Carnegie International [1]

2009

  • Kunstalle Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden, Germany

2010

  • "Friedrich Kunath," The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California
  • "I used to be darker, but then I got lighter and then I got dark again," Kaikai Kiki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2012

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Friedrich Kunath: The Most Beautiful World in the World". White Cube Gallery. 2011. Retrieved 28 January 2014. 
  2. ^ Morgan Falconer (January–February 2008). "Friedrich Kunath". Flash Art (212). Retrieved January 28, 2014. 
  3. ^ Jori Finkel (October 14, 2012). "Friedrich Kunath's fever dream at Blum & Poe". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved January 28, 2014. 
  4. ^ Patrick Steffen (November–December 2012). "Friedrich Kunath Review". Frieze (287). Retrieved January 28, 2014. 

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