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Vjerojatno se pitate kakav je to muzej bez izložbe?

Pozivamo vas da nam se pridružite na predstavljanju i predavanju NO SHOW MUSEUMA te od kustosa i voditelja Andreasa Heussera saznate sve što vas zanima u utorak, 6.10.2015. u 19:00 sati.

NO SHOW MUSEUM je kombinacija kustoskog projekta i umjetničkih radova izvedenih u različitim medijima koji postoji i aktivno radi putujući od siječnja 2013.

NO SHOW MUSEUM je prvi svjetski muzej „ničega“. Njegova virtualna kolekcija obuhvaća preko 400 radova i dokumenata više od 120 renomiranih međunarodnih umjetnika 20. i 21. stoljeća. Među njima su Marina Abramović, Joseph Beuys, Daniel Buren, Maurizio Cat, Marcel Duchamp, Ceal Flojer, Yves Klein, Piero Manzoni, Richard Serra, Hans Haacke i brojni drugi.

Tijekom 20. stoljeća „ništa“ je postalo jednako prepoznatljiva estetska kategorija kao lijepo i ružno. „Ništa“ se obično razumijevalo kao negacija bića i figure. Upravo činjenica koja kaže da su svi pokušaji da se „ništa“ opiše, prezentira ili materijalizira bili je osuđeni na propast, inspirirala je mnoge umjetnike 20. st. da se intenzivnije pozabave sa „ničime“. Rezultat je zadivljujući broj umjetničkih perspektiva, strategija i radova koji su sakupljeni u NO SHOW MUZEJU. Ovaj je muzej putujući, postoji kao virtualna izložba, ali i kao njezina fizička prezentacija u preuređenom poštanskom kombiju.

Osim virtualne izložbe, NO SHOW MUSEUM u Laubu donosi i izložbu u kombiju koja se sastoji od 24 nematerijalna, nevidljiva i nedodirljiva konceptualna umjetnička rada.

Više o muzeju koji postoji i ne postoji možete saznati na: http://www.noshowmuseum.com/en

Vidimo se u Laubi!

Više informacija potražite na: info@lauba.hr

NO SHOW MUSEUM TOUR 2015
WED 29.7. Museum Strauhof, Zürich (CH)
SAT 1.8. Kling Festival, Mansbach (DEU)
TUE 4.8. Wolfart Project Space, Rotterdam (NLD)
SAT 8.8. Grimmuseum, Berlin (DEU)
THU 13.8. Island, Hamburg (DEU)
SAT 15.8. Sixtyeight, Copenhagen (DNK)
THU 20.8. Tenthaus, Oslo (NOR)
TUE 25.8. Djurgarden, Stockholm (SWE)
SAT 29.8. Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki (FIN)
TUE 3.9. Luda Gallery, St. Petersburg (RUS)
SAT 5.9. Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn (EST)
TUE 8.9. Survival Kit Festival, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga (LET)
WED 16.9. Poligon, Warsaw (POL)
SAT 19.9. divo institute, Kolin (CZR)
TUE 29.9. Gallery of Slovak Union of Visual Arts, Bratislava (SVK)
SAT 3.10. Chimera Project, Budapest (HUN)
TUE 6.10. Lauba, Zagreb (HRV)
SAT 10.10. TBA, Ljubljana (SVN)
THU 15.- SUN18.10. La Biennale di Venezia – 56. Venice Art Biennale, Salon Suisse (ITA)

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The NO SHOW MUSEUM is the world‘s first museum of nothing. Its collection includes works and documents from over 120 renowned international artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, among them, Marina Abramovic, Joseph Beuys, Daniel Buren, Maurizio Cat- telan, Marcel Duchamp, Ceal Floyer, Hans Haacke, Yves Klein, Piero Manzoni, Gianni Motti, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Robert Ryman, Richard Serra, Santiago Sierra, Andy Warhol and Rémy Zaugg.

In the course of the 20th century, „nothing“ has become an equally distinctive aesthetic category like the beautiful and the ugly. The artistic examination of the (non) phenomenon „nothing“ has questioned traditional practices of art production and lead to new possibilities of spatial, temporal and material interpretation. „Nothing“ is usually understood as the negation of being and figuration, but strictly seen, it is not possible to define nothing. The fact that every attempt to describe, represent or materialize it is doomed to fail, inspired many artists of the 20th century even more to intensively deal with „nothing“ and the paradoxies of its (re)presentation. The result is a stunning number of artistic perspectives, avenues of approach, strategies, positions and works – which are collected by the NO SHOW MUSEUM,
historically processed and presented at exhibitions and events. The aim is that the general public is able to experience and appreciate this highly divers and productive category of thinking and aesthetics.

Mobile Art Context

The museum does not only exist virtually, but has a real presentation space a converted postbus. The mobile museum is the result of the attempt to provide a mobile art context that can either be attached to established institutions or function autonomously. The mobile museum offers the possibility to discover new regions and spaces for nothing and for art. It works as a marking element in order to indicate any place as an exhibition area.

Join us at the presentation of the NO SHOW MUSEUM in Lauba on October 6th 2015 at 7 PM!

The No Show Museum consists of 2 parts: a virtual collection with around 400 artworks from over 120 international artists with free access to everyone: www.noshowmuseum.com and mobile presentation space in a converted bus which hosts a temporary exhibition that can only be seen by the visitors of the tour. The current show consists of 24 invisible, immaterial and intangible works of pure conceptual art.

For more info about this travelling museum follow the link: http://www.noshowmuseum.com/en

See you in Lauba!