2012/01/26

Today at H20 Art Gallery: Ten Net, Lobregat Balaguer

Book Launch on Thursday January 26th at 19:00. See you there!
Galería H2O
: Verdi 152 08012 Barcelona

2011/11/15

Feature at Flash Art International

by Umberta Genta

2011/10/09

That’s how Isabella was, Extra – El País

By Eugenia de la Torriente

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2011/08/05

Numbering The Series

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During the printing of Headlines and Last Lines In The Movies (Stefan Brüggemann, 2010),
the artist was numbering and signed each copy of the book before they were binded.
We hope you get your favourite number!

2011/07/07

Isabella Blow’s hat at Metropolitan Museum of Arts.

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The mythical hat by Phillip Tracy which appears in the Isabella Blow by Stefan Brüggemann book
is featured in the Alexander McQueen exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts in New York.

 

www.metmuseum.org

 

2011/05/27

The World Trapped In The Self (Mirrors for Windows)

Stefan Brüggemann at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion, 2011 May 25 – 29

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Stefan Brüggemann (born in Mexico City in 1975) lives and works in London and Mexico City. His work associates a conceptual practice with a raw attitude and criticism that simultaneously calls into question his own approach while it reflects on the present societal context. Even if the artist works principally with text, using the materials of vinyl and neon lights, he explores a wide array of mediums, ranging from video, to painting and drawing.  The works of Stefan Brüggemann draw their meaning from a strange combination of philosophical concepts and popular imagery, often inspired by punk ideals and attitudes (nonconformism, provocation, and cynicism), which emerge from tautological expressions.  They rely on a certain self-contained logic, but also point to the context in which they were conceived and the goal of eventually inserting a pop sensibility into certain conceptual practices.
Stefan Brüggemann recently exhibited at the Kunsthalle in Bern, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Yvon Lambert Gallery in Paris, the Blow de La Barra in London, the Bass Museum in Miami, the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cincinnati.
His intervention at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion was produced by Lab’Bel in collaboration with the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, with the kind help of Séverine Waelchli at the Yvon Lambert Gallery (Paris).

Photographs by Teddy Iborra Wicksteed

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2011/04/10

Working at Stefan Brüggemann’s home

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Pictures taken by Teddy Iborra Wicksteed.

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