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Karen Kilimnik solo exhibititon in Zurich

April 24, 2013 by Kay

6th April - 18th May 2013

Galerie Eva Presenhuber is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Karen Kilimnik, featuring for the first time a major group of photography. The American artist, who has been represented by Eva Presenhuber since 1995, became known in the early nineties. Following major overview exhibitions at the ICA, Philadelphia (2006), the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (2008), the ARC in Paris (2006), the Serpentine Gallery in London (2007), and a fantastic overview in 2012 at the Brant Foundation in Greenwich, CT she worked on the complete stage setting for Serge Lifar’s ballett “Psyché” at the Garnier Opera in Paris. For her show for Zurich, Karen Kilimnik concentrates for the first time mainly on her photographic oeuvre what became more and more important through the last years. Also on view will be new oil paintings and objects, carefully arranged in a spatial situation that the artist has created specially for this Zurich show.

For more information on the exhibition, visit the Galerie Eva Presenhuber website.