Current and upcoming
Jan Mot, Brussels
Exhibitions at Jan Mot
20/09 - 26/09
Art Basel, Basel (CH)
Francis Alÿs, Pierre Bismuth, stanley brouwn, Andrea Büttner, Mario Garcia Torres, Joachim Koester, David Lamelas, readymades belong to everyone®, Vonna-Michell and Ian Wilson
Hall 2.1, Booth L15
Mario Garcia Torres
Hall 1, U8
Galerie Claire Burrus, Carine Campo, Michel Grandsard, readymades belong to everyone®
Mario Garcia Torres, Robert Morris, Philippe Thomas
A situation in which an argument can be discussed
Works (1985 - 1995)
This section of the page presents a selection of individual works conceived by Philippe Thomas as well as exhibitions and publications that are equally part of his artistic practice.
Works (before 1985)
1951 (Nice) - 1995 (Paris)
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).
KW Berlin presents the work "the relationship between your body length and the length and width of the floor, each wall, and the ceiling of this room = 1 : x, 1 : y, etc." by stanley brouwn.
Simultaneously works by readymades belong to everyone® and Ilmari Kalkkinen are included in the group exhibition Zeros and Ones at KW which investigates the ways artists operate within their surrounding institutional structures and furthermorese includes Lutz Bacher, Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, Hanne Darboven, Jana Euler, Jef Geys, Tishan Hsu, Silvia Kolbowski, Pope L., Louise Lawler, Carolyn Lazard, Lee Lozano, Henrik Olesen, Sarah Rapson, Margaret Raspé, Ketty La Rocca, Sturtevant, Otto Wagner, and Martin Wong. Both exhibitions are on view from July 3th to August 8th.
Created by the French artist Philippe Thomas, the communication agency called readymades belong to everyone®, for its American version inaugurated in 1987 in New York, and les ready-made appartiennent à tout le monde®, for its French version, is an entrepreneurial structure behind which the artist disappears. MAMCO owns all of this agency, which ceased to operate in 1995. The book The Agency (L'Agence) is the first systematic and exhaustive study of this enterprise which has radically questioned the figure of the author. The book also contains the last unpublished interview with Philippe Thomas, which provides an understanding of the profound coherence of his artistic project. Includes also texts by Paul Bernard and Emeline Jaret. Published by MAMCO in 2021 in both French and English version.