THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14 / 11 AM – 9 PM

Lectures

Conversations on Art: Anselm Reyle

1/28/2011 / 6:30pm

In addition to the sampling of modernist styles and ambitious material versatility of Reyle's artist
output, another intriguing element to be explored is the process from which the work is created.
In a 2008 ArtReview interview Reyle explains, "Sometimes I do the work by myself, but mostly
I work with assistants and then react to what I see. What's important to me is how it looks at the
end...The gesture does not have to be made emotionally for the painting to evoke emotions." Others doing the work of others is by no means a new practice, yet it remains a provocative topic in the art world.

Join us for an intiguing conversation between Art Center Director Jeff Fleming and artist Anselm Reyle. This interview will be translated from German to English.


 

Location Information:
Levitt Auditorium

2011-01-28 18:30:00 2011-01-28 00:00:00 America/Chicago Conversations on Art: Anselm Reyle In addition to the sampling of modernist styles and ambitious material versatility of Reyle's artist output, another intriguing element to be explored is the process from which the work is created. In a 2008 ArtReview interview Reyle explains, "Sometimes I do the work by myself, but mostly I work with assistants and then react to what I see. What's important to me is how it looks at the end...The gesture does not have to be made emotionally for the painting to evoke emotions."  Others  doing the work of others is by no means a new practice, yet it remains a provocative topic in the  art world. Join us for an intiguing conversation between Art Center Director Jeff Fleming and artist  Anselm Reyle. This interview will be translated from German to English.   Levitt Auditorium

Above: 
Anselm Reyle (German, born 1970)
Untitled, 2007
Mixed media on canvas, metal frame
256 x 205 centimeters (framed)
Courtesy of the artist
Photography: Matthias Kolb

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