Untitled (female artist)
Baldessari without balls
Christian Jankowski (Manifesta)
Leap into the void
Untitled
The Contribution (LACMA)
Untitled (Getty-Hammer-Lacma-Moca)
Out of Context
Liberation (Neue Nationalgalerie)
The artist was present
Fountain (after Sherrie Levine)
untitled (NY-MX-VIE)
untitled (pastel)
untitled (neon)
8.75 meters of fame
The Present
Erased Hirschhorn / Erased Levine
The World's Leading Art Magazine
Analyzing
Erased Rauschenberg
The Kiss (MoMA)
On the Illusion of Art
Untitled (Bauzaun VLM)
Erased Pictures from Flash Art N°259
My Most Favourite Art
untitled (leather jacket)
Fucks the Curator
Public Dancefloor
Everyones' Best Friends
untitled (thanks to the consumers)
untitled (pillows)
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untitled (NOT ALL ART WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY) 2012 / neon / 1.7 x 4.5 m

NOT ALL ART WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY we can now read on the bay window of the Casino Luxembourg as a counterpart to the Neon ALL ART HAS BEEN CONTEMPORARY by Maurizio Nannucci. Appropriating certain formal characteristics of Nannucci's neon, Maria Anwander pushes the idea further. However Anwander's neon differs from Nannucci's, on the one hand in terms of colour and on the other hand, in terms of dimensions, which are reduced by a half. Furthermore, her neon is exhibited in a less frontal way, the artist having chosen the lower corner of the south facade of the Casino Luxembourg. Even if the affirmation presented by her noen seems indisputable, Maria Anwander seeks to nuance it through her general artistic approach, which is more discreet, as if allowing a certain doubt to creep in, a doubt related to History, in terms of the human desire to defy time and aspire to what is eternal and permanent. [...] Text: Christine Walentiny

 



Maurizio Nannucci, ALL ART HAS BEEN CONTEMPORARY