Past 4. March until 13. May 18

Anna Fasshauer Michail Pirgelis Rebecca Warren

The human body is at the center of this exhibition - not as a depiction or representation of a human form, but in its absence. In their very own way, ANNA FASSHAUER, MICHAIL PIRGELIS and REBECCA WARREN have developed a plastic or sculptural vocabulary in recent years that revolves around this empty space in the human body. Through their material, the inclusion and the activation of the entire space, they dissolve the individual work in its surroundings or condense them into striking constellations. And since they work with human proportions and dimensions in space as well as with found, displaced and further processed signs and relics of human activity, the viewers are, so to speak, the ›missing reference‹, the human figure that is actually present.

Sunday, March 4, 11 a.m


Wolfgang Riehle


Christian Malycha
Artistic Director

  • Kunstverein Reutlingen
  • Kunstverein Reutlingen
  • Kunstverein Reutlingen
Exhibition view Anna Fasshauer Michail Pirgelis Rebecca Warren. Courtesy the artists. Photos: Frank Kleinbach.


1975: born in Cologne. 1996-1999: De Montford University, Leicester. 2000–2001: Chelsea School of Art and Design, London. Institutional exhibitions since 2001, including: Autocenter, Berlin. Barbican Centre, London. Bregenzer Kunstverein, Bregenz. Goethe Institute, Beirut. International Triennial of Contemporary Art, Izmir. Kunstraum Fuhrwerks Waage, Cologne. Art Association Arnsberg. Kunstverein Offenburg. KW Artworks, Berlin. Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool. London Institute, London. Orient Institute, Beirut. Sculpture Triennial, Bingen am Rhein. Baden-Baden State Art Gallery. Tabernacle, London.



1976: born in Essen, grew up in Xanthi. 2003-2009: Düsseldorf Art Academy. 2007: Villa Romana Prize. 2008: Adolf Loos Prize. Institutional exhibitions since 2005, including: Academy of Arts, Berlin. Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn. Centro Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, La Spezia. Deste Foundation, Athens. Bonn Art Museum. Art Association Ludwigshafen. Leopold Hoesch Museum, Duren. Paintbox, Dusseldorf. Martha, Herford. Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen. Palatinate Gallery Museum, Kaiserslautern. Philara, Dusseldorf. Rubell Family Collection, Miami. Thessaloniki Biennial of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki.



1965: born in London. 1989-1992: Goldsmith's College, London. 1992-1993: Chelsea College of Art, London. 2006: Turner Prize nomination. Since 1993 institutional solo exhibitions and works in public collections, including: Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles. Henry Moore Institute, Leeds. Kunsthalle Zurich. Le Consortium, Dijon. Met Breuer, New York. Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Ghent. Museum of Art, Dallas. Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas. Renaissance Society, Chicago. Serpentine Gallery, London. Tate, St Ives. The Modern Institute, Glasgow. Whitechapel Gallery, London.