07.05.10 - 13.06.10

Rik Moens

Opening: Friday 7 May 2010 - 20:00

Exhibition
Rik Moens, 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens, 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens, 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens, 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Rik Moens 'Proposal of the Props', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.

Proposal of the Props

The second exhibition in the new location shows work of Rik Moens (B) and Edith Dekyndt (B), two artists that share a fascination for the experiment and the proces, both artists integrate the aspect of coincidence in their actual physical form.

Rik Moens (°1969, Ninove) is an artist who repeatedly seeks ways to test the limits of his medium, without repudiating painting tradition. As a painter, Moens continually questions the conventions and the limitations of the medium, so that such fundamental cornerstones as format, medium, background, signature, texture and colour are repeatedly examined in depth. At KIOSK, under the title,Proposal of the Props, Rik Moens presents a recent series of paintings that have never before been exhibited. Each of these works exerts its strong physical presence into the space. This is not so much due to their monumentality as to their specific evolution, whereby in almost ritual fashion, they are built up, layer upon layer: paintings as the performative carriers of an extremely conscientious process of creation, which sometimes takes months to complete.

19.02.10 - 28.03.10

Mekhitar Garabedian

Opening: Friday 19 February 2010 - 20:00

Exhibition
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Mekhitar Garabedian, 'Young Man Blues', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.

Young Man Blues

The first exhibition in our new location shows work of Mekhitar Garabedian (Syria/Belgium) and Susanne Kriemann (Germany), two artists that have a particular interest for the relations between history, identity, time and the memory of a place.

The work of Mekhitar Garabedian (°1977, Allepo, Syria) can be approached as a constant digging up of his personal and complex identity as an immigrant.
Garabedian was born in Syria, but has Armenian roots: his grandparents fled from the Armenian genocide. In 1981 the family immigrated once again because of the Libanon civil war. Since his childhood Garabedian lives in Belgium. The artist works with different media such as sound, text, video, installation and photography. His work deals with the idea that history and cultural identity are constructed trough conditioning. The exhibition Young Man Blues at KIOSK shows an ensemble of textual works, a photographic project in the shape of a publication and an installation with t-shirts on which a reference to the Armenian culture is printed.

The exhibition is realised with the kind contribution of Hoet Bekaert Gallery.

Yavreeges Hokeet Seerem

Author:

The publication appears on the occasion of Mekhitar Garabedian’s exhibition ‘Young Man Blues’ at KIOSK (20.02.2010 – 28.03.2010).

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19.02.10 - 28.03.10

Susanne Kriemann

Opening: Friday 19 February 2010 - 20:00

Exhibition
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Marijke Respeel.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.
Susanne Kriemann, 'Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory', 2010. Photo Sander Buyck.

Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory

The first exhibition in our new location shows work of Susanne Kriemann (Germany) and Mekhitar Garabedian (Syria/Belgium), two artists that have a particular interest for the relations between history, identity, time and the memory of a place.

The work of Susanne Kriemann (°1972, Erlangen, Germany) deals with the subject of research into the past of modern history. Kriemann is mainly using photography in which her own images and archive material are exhibited in the form of displays. Using an associative working method allows the artist to ‘dig towards the past’ and to disassociate ‘the idea of modernity’ from all ideological connotations and in this way analyze the writing of recent history as a formal system of organization. In Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory Kriemann mixes images from her own expedition to the desert of Syria, archaeological digging sites in Mesopotamia and the photographic archive of Agatha Christie. Besides being a writer Christie also was a photographer for the British government at digging sites on Syria and Iraq. On the occasion of this exhibition, an artist book will be published by Roma Publications.

The exhibition is a co-production of Künstlerhaus Stuttgart and KIOSK.

Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory

Author: Dieter Roelstraete, Wim Waelput, Axel John Wieder

The publication appears on the occasion of Susanne Kriemann’s exhibition ‘Ashes and Broken Brickwork of a Logical Theory’ at KIOSK (19.02.2010 - 28.03.2010).

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29.10.06 - 03.01.10

Archive Pavilion

Exhibition
#17 Vaast Colson, in collaboration with Gerard Herman, 2009.
#17 Vaast Colson, in collaboration with Gerard Herman, 2009.
#15 Olivia Plender, 2009.
#15 Olivia Plender, 2009.
#13 Christoph Meier, 2009.
#13 Christoph Meier, 2009.
#12 Sophie Nys, 2008 - 2009.
#12 Sophie Nys, 2008 - 2009.
#10 Pascal Martin Tayou, 2008.
#10 Pascal Martin Tayou, 2008.
#09 Freek Wambacq, 2008.
#09 Freek Wambacq, 2008.
#06 Geert Goiris, 2007.
#06 Geert Goiris, 2007.
#05 Stefaan Dheedene, 2007.
#05 Stefaan Dheedene, 2007.

#01 KOENRAAD DEDOBBELEER
29.10.2006 - 03.12 2006
Dingen - Text by Lars Kwakkenbos (NL)

#02 RAPHAËL VAN LERBERGHE
16.12.2006 - 28.01 2007
Text by Benoît Dusart (NL)
Text by Benoît Dusart (FR)
Text by Bart De Block (NL)

#03 PIETERJAN GINCKELS
World Wide Winter
16.02.2007 - 25.03.2007
Text by Tom Nys (NL)
Text by Piet Vanrobaeys (NL)

#04 HONORÉ δ’O
19.04.2007 - 27.05.2007
Text by Piet Vanrobaeys (NL)
Text by Honoré δ’O (NL)

#05 STEFAAN DHEEDENE
07.06.2007 - 08.07.2007
Buro Jackie - Text by Frank Snyders (NL)
Sun-Lite - Text by Ann Cesteleyn en Björn Scherlippens (NL)

#06 GEERT GOIRIS
Slow Fast
11.10.2007 - 18.11.2007
Text by Francis Smets (NL)
SLOW FAST of Geert Goiris - Text by Steven Jacobs (NL)

#07 ONDREJ BRODY & KRISTOFER PAETAU
Painting China Now
29.11.07 - 12.01.08
Painting China Now - Text by Paul Haworth (ENG)
Ziek. Tussen China en de States - Text by Piet Vanrobaeys (NL)

#08 EVERT DEFRANCQ
Blob
28.02.2008 - 30.03.2008
Vormvereisten - Text by Pierre de Gelder (NL)

#09 FREEK WAMBACQ
17.04.08 - 25.05.08
Portrait of the Artist as a Dice Man - Text by Bram Van Damme (NL)
Review Freek Wambacq - Text by Bram Van Damme (NL)

#10 PASCALE MARTHINE TAYOU
KIOSK Royal
19.06.08 - 20.07.08
Een koninklijke bezetting - Text by Hans Martens (NL)
Trompe l’oeil - Text by Hans Martens (NL)

#11 GABRIEL LESTER
One Man Show - One Man Band
Gabriel Lester: One Man Show - One Man Band - Text by Ann Cesteleyn (NL)
One, Two, Three, Four, One - Text by Dieter Roelstraete (NL)

#12 SOPHIE NYS
04.12.2008 - 11.01.2009
Review Sophie Nys - Text by Lars Kwakkenbos (NL)

#13 CHRISTOPH MEIER
Proposal for a Discotheque
29.01.2009 - 15.03.2009
Preview Christoph Meier - Text by Diana Baldon (ENG)
Proposal for a Discotheque: Christoph Meier - Text by Miriam Kathrein (ENG)

#14 DANAI ANESIADOU
I kiss your ectoplasm, like I would a shark
Nancy and Tonya - Text by Peter Waechtler (ENG)

#15 OLIVIA PLENDER
21.05.2009 - 28.06.2009
Olivia Plender for KIOSK - Text by Anna Colin (ENG)
The World Turned Upside Down - Text by Anna Colin (ENG)

#16 VAAST COLSON
01.10.2009 - 01.11.2009
We Will Never Surrender - Interview by Lieven Segers - Addendum by Bert Jacobs (NL)
Weblog of this project: Vaast Colson in KIOSK

#17 DAVID BADE
26.11.2009 - 03.01.2010
Kiosk der Emotionen - Text by David Bade (NL)
David Bade’s plezierboot zet koers richting KIOSK - Text by Liene Aerts (NL)