ROSEMARIE TROCKEL

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Розмари Трокель

A Cosmos

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В своем «Космосе» немецкая художница Розмари Трокель (р. 1952) создает поле взаимодействия идей, возникших в разные эпохи и в разных областях знания. Собственные работы она окружила созвездием артефактов природного и рукотворного происхождения. Для выставки отобраны только те произведения других авторов, в которых затронуты темы, близкие Трокель. При этом известность фамилии не играет роли. Зритель совершает экскурсию во времени, наблюдая эволюцию способов экспонирования – от кунсткамеры, через музеи древностей и современного искусства к сегодняшней галерее с четырьмя белыми стенами. Сопоставляя работы художников-самоучек и ремесленников, природные объекты и собственные произведения, Трокель инициирует междисциплинарный диалог и возвращается к своим любимым оппозициям: профессиональное – любительское, именитое – анонимное, изящное искусство – прикладное искусство.
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Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director, New Museum, said, “Rosemarie Trockel is one of the leading artists of her generation and most respected German artists of the past forty years. It is an extraordinary honor for the New Museum to present “A Cosmos,” which will be the most comprehensive survey of her work in the US to date, and the most significant museum presentation in New York since a show of her video work at Dia Art Foundation more than a decade ago. With this new exhibition, we will be able to offer the general public a rare view into the mind of one of our most important artists, with a presentation that is fresh in its totality.”

Since the early 1970s, Rosemarie Trockel has produced an impressive body of work that includes drawing, collage, installation, “knit paintings,” ceramics, videos, furniture, clothing, and books. She brings together a range of associations and references from art history, philosophy, theology, and the natural sciences. For “A Cosmos,” Trockel places her work in the company of others whom she regards as kindred spirits. Installations created for the New Museum illuminate the intellectual and formal connections between her practice and a range of historical figures including self-taught artists James Castle and Morton Bartlett, and the botanist/ mathematician José Celestino Mutis. Objects whose impetus was primarily aesthetic will be juxtaposed with pieces that more conventionally belong to the realm of science. Trockel’s roughhewn glazed ceramics from the past several years will be displayed along with Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka’s delicate glass models of sea creatures created in the nineteenth century. A selection of new work by Trockel can be examined in conjunction with watercolors by the seventeenth-century artist Maria Sybilla Merian, whose impeccably precise yet beautiful renderings of flora and fauna proved invaluable to scientific study.

Trockel’s well-known disregard for the conventional hierarchies in the visual arts, together with her longstanding appreciation of media and materials once categorized as crafts or vernacular art forms, is demonstrated throughout the exhibition. She has adopted a fluid and radical approach to gender, combining activities typically considered feminine in terms of production with aggressive mechanical and industrial forms. This is emphasized through the inclusion of Judith Scott’s obsessively wrapped yarn sculptures alongside Ruth Francken’s plastic and metal assemblages from the 1970s. In addition, Trockel’s celebrated “knit paintings” will be integrated into the exhibition, along with new works made of ceramic.
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罗斯玛丽·特洛柯尔(Rosemarie Trockel)个展“A Cosmos”近日在纽约新美术馆开幕。罗斯玛丽·特洛柯尔(Rosemarie Trockel)1952年出生于德国,是国际当代艺术运动中的一位重要人物。这是至今为止这位艺术家在美国举办的最完整全面的个展。罗斯玛丽·特洛柯尔(Rosemarie Trockel)对视觉艺术中传统的层次结构的忽略、以及她对曾被归类为手工艺或是乡土艺术形式的媒介与材料的赞美贯穿了整场展览,她还采用了一种不稳定而且激进的方式来处理性别。

从上世纪70年代起,罗斯玛丽·特洛柯尔(Rosemarie Trockel)就创作了一系列给人印象深刻的绘画、拼贴、“针织绘画”、装置、陶瓷、影像、家具、服装以及书籍,她将许多来自艺术史、哲学、神学和自然科学中的关联和参考元素集中到了一起。在这场展览中,罗斯玛丽·特洛柯尔(Rosemarie Trockel)将自己的作品与其他被她看作是志趣相投的艺术家的作品共同展示了出来。她为新美术馆特别创作的装置作品阐明了其艺术实践与许多历史人物——包括自学成才的艺术家詹姆斯·卡索(James Castle)、莫顿·巴特利特(Morton Bartlett)以及植物学家/数学家José Celestino Mutis等——之间在理性和形式上的联系。她在过去数年里创作的粗糙的涂釉陶瓷作品则与利奥波德和鲁道夫(Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka)创作于19世纪、精致的海洋生物的玻璃模型放在一起展出。而她新创作的一组作品则可以和17世纪艺术家玛丽亚·西比拉·梅丽安(Maria Sybilla Merian)的水彩画一同被检验。