CONDITION REPORT is a group exhibition, curated by Curatorial Studies, connecting works from the Jeanne and Charles Vandenhove Collection with external artistic practices. The Vandenhove Pavilion becomes the setting for these dialectic approaches of both established and emerging artists.
CONDITION REPORT alludes to the intermediate phase between storage and exposure. The report is a tool to record the state of an object after coming out of the depot; a pause before exhibiting a piece of art to the public. The class of 19-20 unwraps itself for the first time to the exterior world with this collective project.
Works by: Nel Aerts, Samuel Arnaud & Lou Touchard, Miguel Ortiz Berrocal, Dara Birnbaum, Christian Boltanski, Pierre Caille, Louis Cane, César, Christo, Daniel Dezeuze, Reinhard Doubrawa, Nan Goldin, Ana-Maria Gomez, Maud Gourdon, Jenny Holzer, Anja Jelovšek, Koo Jeong-A, Thibo Kennivé, Peter Klasen, Camille Le Meur, Claude Lévêque, Otto Logo, Céline Mathieu, Museums of Belgium, Emma Onghena, Ria Pacquée, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Juan Pablo Plazas, Sophie Ristelhueber, Michael Ross, Félix Roulin, Meggy Rustamova, Maxim Ryckaerts, Richard Serra, Andres Serrano, Clara Spilliaert, Arthur Spronken, Jan Vercruysse, Claude Viseux, Berno Werth.
Curated by Camille Bladt, Timon Bloemen, Patricia Couvet, Jef Declercq, Sofie Dierickx, Juan Duque, Sofia Lemos Marques, Leroy Meyer, Koi Persyn, Zuzanna Rachowska, Ella Strowel, Vincent Van Laeken, Margo Veeckman.
CONDITION REPORT was developed within the seminar "Making Things Public", taught by Wouter Davidts as part of Curatorial Studies, a partnership between KASK & Conservatorium (HOGENT en Howest), Ghent University, Kunsthal Ghent and S.M.A.K.
- Friday 7 February 2020, 18h – 22h (opening)
- Saturday 8 February 2020, 12h-18h
- Sunday 9 February 2020 12h -18h
- Rozier 1, 9000 Gent, gratis
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