Group Exhibition Intuition / (Im)precision, curated by Thomas Krens Group Exhibition Intuition / (Im)precision, curated by Thomas Krens
Intuition / (Im)precision, curated by Thomas Krens, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Salzburg, 2004

Group Exhibition Intuition / (Im)precision, curated by Thomas Krens

2 October—10 November 2004
Salzburg Villa Kast
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Overview

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Thomas Krens will present a cross-section of the artistic cosmos of minimalist tendencies committed to purism, using modern and contemporary masterpieces on loan from the Guggenheim Museum New York.

We are pleased to announce a unique cooperation between the Guggenheim Museum New York and an internationally operating gallery for contemporary art: Thomas Krens, Director of the Guggenheim Foundation in New York, curates the group exhibition INTUITION/(IM)PRECISION for Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, based in Paris and Salzburg. On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Thomas Krens will present a cross-section of the artistic cosmos of minimalist tendencies committed to purism, using modern and contemporary masterpieces on loan from the Guggenheim Museum New York. The historical range extends from constructivist works of the early 20th century and works of American post-war modernism to installations, photographs and paintings created in recent years. For example, Kasimir Malevich with a Black Square (on loan from the Hermitage in St. Petersburg), Jackson Pollock with an early drip-painting and contemporary artists with commissioned works will be present in the exhibition and enter into an exciting dialogue.

We are pleased to announce a unique cooperation between the Guggenheim Museum New York and an internationally operating gallery for contemporary art: Thomas Krens, Director of the Guggenheim Foundation in New York, curates the group exhibition INTUITION/(IM)PRECISION for Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, based in Paris and Salzburg.

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Thomas Krens will present a cross-section of the artistic cosmos of minimalist tendencies committed to purism, using modern and contemporary masterpieces on loan from the Guggenheim Museum New York. The historical range extends from constructivist works of the early 20th century and works of American post-war modernism to installations, photographs and paintings created in recent years.

For example, Kasimir Malevich with a Black Square (on loan from the Hermitage in St. Petersburg), Jackson Pollock with an early drip-painting and contemporary artists with commissioned works will be present in the exhibition and enter into an exciting dialogue.

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