Current and upcoming
Nouvelle exposition des collections
Mrac Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée, Sérignan (FR)
Exhibitions at Jan Mot
08/09 - 29/10
Part 2: Painted Ceiling and Floor
27/11 - ongoing (permanent collection)
Communicating vessels. Collection 1881-2021 - Exodus and Communal Life
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid
Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle (BE)
What is so terrible about craft?
Kunstverein München, Munich (DE)
Turner Prize 2017 (shortlist)
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull (UK)
(Photo: David Levene)
at Documenta 13, Kassel (DE)
Andrea Büttner is taking part in the exhibition YOYI! Care, Repair, Heal on view from September 16 till January 15 at Gropius Bau in Berlin. This group exhibition whose title comes from a ceremonial song, dance and coming together central to Tiwi culture gathers the works of 26 artists and collectives. Through video works, installations, paintings and performances, the invited artists address issues such as the politics of health, the resilience of Indigenous knowledge systems, forms of kinship, fair land use and its distribution, decoloniality and the rights of the non-human, all entangled with various concepts of care, repair and healing.
Johanniterkirche Feldkirch presents a solo exhibition by Andrea Büttner in partnership with Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein. It opens today, July 22 and it will be on view until September 23, 2022. Büttner’s work Shepherds and Kings (2017) consists of a double slide projection of 160 historical images, showing how shepherds and kings have been depicted in Nativity scenes throughout art history. This comparative presentation of Büttner’s assembled collection of historical images follows no particular chronology or style, engaging instead in an iconographic exploration of gestures and their implicit resonances with qualities of shame, vulnerability and dignity. (Image: © Andrea Büttner, Shepherds and Kings, 2017)
Jan Mot's booth at Art Basel (CH) with works by Francis Alÿs, stanley brouwn, Andrea Büttner, Manon de Boer, Rineke Dijkstra, Mario Garcia Torres, David Lamelas, Edouard Merino, Lawrence Weiner, Ian Wilson (photo: Studio Shapiro).
Jan Mot's booth at Art Basel (CH) with works by Francis Alÿs, Pierre Bismuth, stanley brouwn, Andrea Büttner, Mario Garcia Torres, Joachim Koester, David Lamelas, readymades belong to everyone®, Vonna-Michell and Ian Wilson (photo: Studio Shapiro).
Jan Mot participates in BXL x EMERGENT, presenting work by Francis Alÿs, Andrea Büttner, Manon de Boer and Mario Garcia Torres.
BXL x EMERGENT, which opens this weekend (08-09/05, 2-6 pm), is a collaboration between 10 Brussels galleries, presenting work at Emergent in Veurne. The project creates an opportunity for a live encounter between art, public and gallerists who will be personally and safely welcoming visitors during the opening weekend. The exhibition will be open on Saturdays and Sundays until 06/06, 2-6 pm).
Participating galleries: Ballon Rouge Collective, Dépendance , Dvir , Harlan Levey Projects , Jan Mot , La Maison De Rendez-Vous, Meessen De Clercq, Stems Gallery , Super Dakota, Waldburger Wouters.
Caption: Andrea Büttner, Phone Etching, 2015, etching, framed, 212 x 113 cm (paper), 218 x 118,5 x 5 cm (frame), unique.
On December 2nd at 8pm Andrea Büttner and Mason Leaver-Yap (KW Berlin) will have an online conversation on Büttner's newly published book Shame (Koening Books, 2020).
From shaming and shamefulness to shame-avoidance and shamelessness, the experience of shame influences our social behaviours, decision-making abilities, and desires. Shame determines what we show and what we hide. And yet, as an emotion that begs for its own concealment, what is the structure and appearance of shame? How does shame interact with the realm of the visible, and where does it surface in visual culture?
Registration required via email@example.com.