CAN YOU SEE THE REAL ME

NICOLE EISENMAN
MANUEL GRAF
MEG LIPKE
ZANELE MUHOLI
GRACE WEAVER

03 JUL.
21 AUG. 2021

 

"Can You See The Real Me", Manuel Graf, Grace Weaver VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021 "Can You See The Real Me", Manuel Graf, Grace Weaver VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021 Grace Weaver, Untiltled (Crying Girl), 2020 water color on paper, 61 x 45,5 cm Grace Weaver, Untitled (Crying Girl), 2020 & Untitled (Portrait of a Boy), 2021 water color on paper, each 61 x 45,5 cmMeg Lipke, Double Frame, 2017 acrylic on muslin, polyester fill, 50,8 x 50,8 cm"Can You See The Real Me", Manuel Graf, Meg Lipke VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021 "Can You See The Real Me", Manuel Graf, Meg Lipke VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021 Meg Lipke, Pink Frame, 2017 acrylic & beeswax on muslin with polyester fill, 60 x 53 x 8,3 cm "Can You See The Real Me", VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021Meg Lipke, Commode Frame, 2017 acrylic on muslin with polyester fill, 71,1 x 43,2 x 7,6 cm "Can You See The Real Me", VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021 "Can You See The Real Me", Manuel Graf, Meg Lipke VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021 Manuel Graf, Проект (Project), 2020, 3D print, plastercoated "Can You See The Real Me", VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021"Can You See The Real Me", Manuel Graf, Nicole Eisenman VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021Nicole Eisenman, Thinker, 2021, 4-color lithograph, 64 x 85 cm, Ed. 25 "Can You See The Real Me", VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021"Can You See The Real Me", Manuel Graf, Zanele Muholi VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021 Zanele Muholi, MaID III, Philadelphia, 2018 silver gelatin print, 90 x 60 cm, Ed. 8 "Can You See The Real Me", VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2021

 

“Can You See The Real Me” deals with rendered bodies, fluid identities, fictional portraits and figuration. A
red thread in the exhibition are the computer-animated objects by Manuel Graf which are based on
drawings by the visionary film director Sergeij Eisenstein and realised via 3D printing. In each room of
the gallery, one of these objects will encounter a work by another artist and enter into an individual
dialogue with it – may it be a painting and drawings by Grace Weaver, wall objects by Meg Lipke,
etchings by Nicole Eisenman or a photograph by Zanele Muholi. All the works revolve around the theme
of figuration/body/identity in a very individual way.
Many thanks to the galleries Broadway and Soy Capit n, as well as to the Miettinen Collection and Elke
Backes.

 

THE EXHIBITION IS SUPPORTED BY