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"To The Demon King's Castle, of course..."

Thurlow, Miles (2009) "To The Demon King's Castle, of course...". 21 Mar - 18 Apr 2009, Workplace Gallery, Gateshead.

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Additional Information: "To The Demon King¿s Castle, of course¿" M+M and Wolfgang Weileder, Workplace Gallery, UK MT Curated "To The Demon Kingʼs Castle, of course¿¿ an exhibition of recent work by M+M and Wolfgang Weileder. Central to this exhibition are strategies of making art that subvert the representation ofarchitecture and contemporary media whilst negotiating the boundaries between public and private, presenting us with a re-examined view of our common urban experience as mediated through cinema and popular culture. M+M are collaborative duo Marc Weis (b.1965, Germany) and Martin De Mattia (b.1963, Germany) based in Munich.They have exhibited internationally including solo exhibitions at: Museum Franz Gertsch, Bern/burgdorf; Museum of Photography, Berlin; Musée d'Art Contemporain, Montreal; Villa Massimo, Rome and group exhibitions including: Man Son Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg; Movie Painting NCCA Moscow; Die Gegenwart der Linie Pinakothek der Moderne Munich; say it isn't so, New Museum Weserburg, Bremen; Saltuna Projekt Rooseum, Malmö, and Stories Haus der Kunst, Munich. Wolfgang Weileder (b.1965, Munich) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich in the mid 1990ʼs, and the School of Visual Arts in New York. He currently lives in Newcastle upon Tyne where he is Professor of Contemporary Sculpture at Newcastle University. Weileder has had numerous solo projects including House-Birmingham, IKON Gallery, Birmingham; Transfer, Milton Keynes Gallery; Slapend Meermin, STUK Kunstencentrum, Belgium; Le Terme, Ciocca Arte Contemporanea, Milan; and group shows including Tampere International Film Festival 2006, Finland, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and Workplace Gallery, Gateshead, UK This exhibition is a continuation of MT's research output at Workplace Gallery
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Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2011 16:17
Last Modified: 02 Jul 2019 09:05


Author: Miles Thurlow

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Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries > School of Art and Design


Fine Art > Curating
Fine Art > Art History

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