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Martin M. Leyer-Pritzkow Kurator für zeitgenössische Kunst www.mlpart.com
Martin M. Leyer-PritzkowKurator für zeitgenössische Kunstwww.mlpart.com

Jårg Geismar - Installations, object art, paintings, Performances

Jårg Geismar, Untitled 1, Piccolo Cinema, 2011, new contemporary art, new German art, new contemporary glass paintings, new contemporary transparent art, new German abstract art, new art on glass Jårg Geismar, Untitled 1, Piccolo Cinema, glass colours on glass, dermatograph, 29 x 22,04 inches,2011
Jårg Geismar, Untitled 2, Piccolo Cinema, 2011, new contemporary art, new German art, new contemporary glass paintings, new contemporary transparent art, new German abstract art, new art on glass, Jårg Giesmar, Untitled 2, Piccolo Cinema, glasscolours on glass, dermatograph, 29 x 22,04 inches, 2011
Jårg Geismar, Untitled 3, Piccolo Cinema, 2011, new contemporary figurative art, new German art, new contemporary glass paintings, new contemporary abstract art, new transparent art, new art on glass, Jårg Geismar, Untitled 3, Piccolo Cinema, glass colours on glass, dermatograph, 22,04 x 29 inches, 2011

Jårg Geismar is a German contemporary artist. He was in Burgsvik, Gotland, Sweden. He studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and New York. After he lived and worked a longer time  in New York and Tokyo he is back to Düsseldorf for some time.

 

Jårg Geismar has participated in many international art projects. At the same time he was lecturer and visiting professor at numerous art academies in Europe, Asia and North America. He has received numerous awards and scholarships,e.g.  DAAD-Scholarship for New York, Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Atelier d'Artistes, Marseille, IASPIS Stockholm, German Art Fund Bonn and the  Foundation of art and culture of Northrhine-Westfalia.

 

Jårg Geismar  has exhibited in numerous wellknown museums worldwide, e.g. PS1, Contemporary Art Center, New York, Museum of contemporary art, Rio de Janeiro, National Art Museum of Tokyo, National Museum of Kyoto, Museum of contemporary Kumamoto, Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum for Art, Sagacho Exhibition Space Tokyo, MAC - Musée d'art contemporain de Marseille, CNAC at Grenoble (F)), Foundation Joan Miró, Barcelona etc. Not to forgotten are exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, at Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf, at Art Association Cologne as well as at the Exhibition  Hall of the Federal Republik of Germany,  Bonn.

 

His works use the everyday objects of life, the leftover remains of a consumer society that gets rid of the superflous materials. Out of them he creates something completely new. He breathes  them a new soul, he developes a new sensuality. His works arenot narrative, non-imaging showing and also want to show anything real. He is concerned with the essence of the essential, the unveneered view to an aspect or an object. He makes the transience of the monent visible and tangible.

 

Kenny Schachter wrote in an essay about his works: " The efforts of Geismar are very much of the like inherent in the sentiments of Jasper Johns to take an object to do something to it, to do something else to it and then do something else"

 

More informations about Jårg Geismar on his blog and on German wikipedia.

 

The monography of Jårg Geismar with texts by Kenny Schachter is published and available by: Hatje Cantz.

 

Jårg Geismar and  Niclas Östwind will realize a perfornance in Venice  from May 6th. - May 11th. 2015 with the  "Walking and Talking" on the following places:

 

Galleria dell'Accademie

Chiesa di San Maurizio

Piazza San Marco

Ponte die Rialto

Zattere Ponte Lungo

Via Giuseppe Garibaldi

Riva degli Schiavoni

Campo San Margherita

Strada Nuova

 

 

 

It follows an eraly interview  from 1998 between the Swedish art historian  Daniel Biernbaum and Jårg Geismar.

 

 

Jårg Geismar collaborates international with the following galleries:

 

Gallery HAM, Nagoya, Japan

Gallery Hashimoto, Tokyo, Japan

C & H Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland

Jiri Svesdka Gallery, Berlin und Prag (Tschechien)

L.A.Galerie Lothar Albrecht, Frankfurt

TZR Galerie, Kai Brückner, Düsseldorf

Contact

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