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Dans la série "Le monde de l'art selon E.T.", Monika Sosnowska à la galerie Captain et Petzel à berlin …

Dans la série "Le monde de l'art selon E.T.", Monika Sosnowska à la galerie Captain et Petzel à berlin

E.T. , sculpture « sociale » et nomade d'Antoine Mercier a décidé de découvrir sur son E.T. mobile électrique le monde de l'art, collectionneurs, galeries, ateliers d'artiste, monuments, musées et expositions.

Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne and Petzel Gallery, New York opened a joint gallery in Berlin in fall 2008. The gallery, a 1,300 square meter glass-encased modernist building preserved from the Socialist Era, is located in one of the city’s historical landmarks on Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin-Mitte. The former ‘Kunst im Heim’ gallery of the GDR, is a classic example of East German Modernism, built in 1964 by architects Kaiser and Franek to house a display of fine and applied arts from the countries of the Eastern Block.

Monika Sosnowska (born 1972 in Ryki, Poland) studied at the Painting Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan (1993–1998), and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (1999–2000. In 2003 she received the Bâloise Prize at Art Basel as well as the Polityka's Passport award given by Poland’s most prestigious weekly.

Sosnowska lives in Warsaw. She studied in the painting department at Poznan, but during her final years at the academy she found that the ‘painting started to escape her canvas.’[1] She began to create works that played with both two-dimensional painting and three-dimensional space, finally giving up the canvas altogether and instead using the space itself as a sort of 3-D painting.

Sosnowska treats space as a medium for her works, always designing projects to fit into a specific space. Often she modifies pre-existent architecture, transforming the physical space into mental space and playing with the viewer’s perceptions. She has explained: ‘I am especially interested in the moments when architectural space begins to take on the characteristics of mental space.’

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  • 1. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr Le monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin Monika Sosnowska, "Stairway" I regret that I was not allowed to film inside the gallery, it has " no interest for the artist" Monika Sosnowska , according to the words of the representatives of Capitain Petzel Gallery. I took pictures through the double-glazed window and I apologize to the artist for the blurred aspect of her work Antoine Mercier Berlin18mars2014,galerieCapitainPetzel
  • 2. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr Monika Sosnowska (born 1972 in Ryki, Poland) studied at the Painting Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan (1993–1998), and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (1999– 2000. In 2003 she received the Bâloise Prize at Art Basel as well as the Polityka's Passport award given by Poland’s most prestigious weekly Source: WikipediaLe monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 3. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr Monika Sosnowska lives in Warsaw. She studied in the painting department at Poznan, but during her final years at the academy she found that the ‘painting started to escape her canvas.’[1] She began to create works that played with both two- dimensional painting and three- dimensional space, finally giving up the canvas altogether and instead using the space itself as a sort of 3-D painting. Source: Wikipedia Le monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 4. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr Monika Sosnowska treats space as a medium for her works, always designing projects to fit into a specific space. Often she modifies pre-existent architecture, transforming the physical space into mental space and playing with the viewer’s perceptions. She has explained: ‘I am especially interested in the moments when architectural space begins to take on the characteristics of mental space. Source: Wikipedia Le monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 5. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr In 2003 she took part in the 50th Venice Biennale, contributing The Corridor to the Arsenale exhibition ‘Clandestine’, curated by Francesco Bonami. Sosnowska created an architectural intervention that was also an optical illusion. Her institutional-looking corridor appeared to stretch on a long distance and it was only upon entering it that the viewer realized that the space became narrower and lower making it impossible to reach the doors at the end and remain upright. Source: Wikipedia Le monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 6. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr In 2007 Sosnowska represented Poland at the 52nd International Venice Biennale, presenting ‘1:1’ which crammed a bent fragment of modern architecture into the Polonia Pavilion, a 1930s building. Sosnowska wrote: ‘It should look as if two buildings have been constructed in the same space and have to live in symbiosis, or rather to parasite on each other. To fight, or rather to wrestle with each other. In reality my intention is to create a surreal and impossible situation. Source: Wikipedia Le monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 7. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr Other major international exhibitions by Sosnowska include a solo show at New York's Museum of Modern Art in 2006, for which she used the existing space to create a three- dimensional sculpture of geometric forms; ‘Loop’ at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in 2007, a Moebius strip-like architectural intervention; ‘Monika Sosnowska, Andrea Zittel. Source: WikipediaLe monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 8. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr Other major international exhibitions by Sosnowska include ’ at Schaulager, Basel, in 2008; and ‘Untitled’ for K21 Ständehaus, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, a de Chirico-esque response to the extraordinary architecture and history of the museum, on display until 15 April 2012. Source: WikipediaLe monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 9. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr “Monika Sosnowska's works are in continuous dialogue with modernism: with its utopian ideology as well as with the social and political ambitions it became a sign for. Her particular focus is Constructivism, which turned its gaze to architecture as the field that pioneered technological progress.” Source: Nirith NelsonLe monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 10. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr ”Her works relate to the Socialist construction that was prevalent in Communist states, a building style that produced the environment she herself grew up in, and was shaped by politically- influenced regulations. Over the decades, this style of construction turned into an expression of stagnation, but by the time the resulting harm was evident, it was no longer possible to destroy the mega-structures that housed as many as a thousand families with no options for relocation.” Source: Nirith Nelson Le monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)
  • 11. AME-GALLERY www.ame-gallery.fr “The circular motion, which is integral both to the initial, inspirational object and to the action of squashing, creates what Adam Budak called Sosnowska's "performative installations." The objects in these installations are characterized by an inherent dynamic force which engenders the sculpture's unique individuality.” Source: Nirith NelsonLe monde de l’art selon E.T. Mars 2014 Berlin, Monika Sosnowska (Capitain Petzel gallery)