03.07-03.10.2021
Stations

exhibition

Participating artists:

Monica Bonvicini (IT) – Tom Claassen (NL) – Michel François & Douglas Eynon (BE/UK) – Gereon Krebber (DE) – Mark Manders (NL) – Navid Nuur (IR/NL) – Thomas Rentmeister (DE) – Ugo Rondinone (CH) – Maria Roosen (NL) – Marien Schouten (NL) – Erwin Wurm (AU)

In 2021, Lustwarande proudly looked back at twenty years of exhibition practice in De Oude Warande. That is why only artists were invited to STATIONS who, mostly as young talents, have previously participated in Lustwarande. The selected artists, twelve from a list of one hundred and seventy-five, have, since their earlier participation, developed oeuvres that are now decisive for the international sculptural canon and are therefore of great importance to be shown.

STATIONS refers to the moment the artists took part in Lustwarande - at the start of their career, or later, at various times in a span of twenty years, sometimes repeatedly - and currently, now that they are all mid-career and established. At the same time, the title refers to the seasonal changes that are essential to the location and to the stations of life, to the passage of time, to transformation and transience, and to the aspect of walking that is so important for Lustwarande and related outdoor exhibitions. Where as a walker you stopped at the individual sculptures, stations themselves, new stories unfolded, which were noticeably but not demonstrably interconnected.

STATIONS ON NATIONAL TV
On Saturday 7 August the visual art tv programme Nu Te Zien! (now on view) on national TV was dedicated to STATIONS.
Suzanne Swarts, director of Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar, chose STATIONS as the exhibition not to be missed and enthusiastically reflects on most of the site specific works. Watch it here.

WORKS THAT WERE ON VIEW IN STATIONS
photography Gert Jan van Rooij

Monica Bonvicini - The Tree of Anger (2021)
aluminum
variable dimensions, 7 elements
courtesy König Galerie, Berlin

Tom Claassen - Beanship (2021) / Jo, zonder titel (standing rabbit) (2019)
brass
100 x 35 x 79 cm;
pedestal: 57 x 58 x 83 cm /
bronze
70 cm high
courtesy Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam

Michel François & Douglas Eynon - Yawning stones (2021)
chalkstone
2 elements: 190 x 100 cm, 160 x 60 cm
courtesy Xavier Hufkens, Brussels / Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels

Gereon Krebber - Gonö (2021)
wood, foil, linen, tape, bitumen, paint
450 x 240 x 160 cm
courtesy Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne

Mark Manders - Composition with Small Vertical (2020-2021)
190 x 69 x 45 cm
patinated bronze, corten steel
(edition of 3 + AP)
courtesy Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp

Navid Nuur - Untitled (2003-2021)
tree, kites, wind
variable dimensions, 100 elements
courtesy Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam / Max Hetzler, Berlin, Paris, London

Thomas Rentmeister - Das beste Zimmer (2021)
concrete wire mesh, wooden furniture parts
790 x 395 x 290 cm
courtesy Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam

Ugo Rondinone - the sun and the moon (2021)
gold and silver aluminum foil
variable dimensions
courtesy Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, New York, Gladstone Gallery, New York, Paris, Sadie Coles HQ, London, Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris, Galerie Esther Schipper, Berlin

Maria Roosen - Schön hell / Delightful (2021)
glass
13 elements
courtesy Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam

Marien Schouten - Nocturnal Reading (2021)
multiplex, wood, roofing felt, light, painting, ceramic sculpture
1600 x 500 x 300 cm
courtesy Mondriaan Fund

Erwin Wurm - Untitled (Abstract Sculptures) (2018)
bronze, lacker
194 x 100 x 59 cm
courtesy Taddaeus Ropac, Londen, Parijs, Salzburg, Seoul

WORKS OF THE ARTISTS IN EARLIER EDITIONS

Monica Bonvicini - Prozac (2009) at Stardust (2009) photography Dirk Pauwels

Monica Bonvicini - Prozac (2009) at Stardust (2009) photography Dirk Pauwels

Tom Claassen - Untitled (2000)(4 elements, artist's electronically distorted voice imitating a hooting owl) at Lustwarande / Pleasure-Garden (2000)
Photography Peter Cox

Michel François - Your Paradise is My Hell (2004) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004) photography Peter Cox

Michel François - Your Paradise Is My Hell (2004) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004) photography Peter Cox

Gereon Krebber - Melpi (2008) at Lustwarande '08 - Wanderland (2008)
photography Dirk Pauwels

Gereon Krebber - Deemed (2008) at Lustwarande '08 - Wanderland (2008)
photography Dirk Pauwels

Mark Manders - Iron Figure (2011) at Lustwarande '11 - RAW (2011)
photography Dirk Pauwels

Navid Nuur - Untitled (2011) at Lustwarande '11 - RAW (2011)
photography Dirk Pauwels

Navid Nuur - Untitled (2011) at Lustwarande '11 - RAW (2011)
photography Dirk Pauwels

Thomas Rentmeister - Untitled (2004, recycled refrigerators, babycream) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004)
Photography Peter Cox

Ugo Rondinone - Jahrestage (2004) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004)
Photography Peter Cox

Ugo Rondinone - Pagan Void (2009) at Stardust (2009)
Photography Dirk Pauwels

Ugo Rondinone - the thoughtful (2015) at Lustwarande '15 - Rapture & Pain (2015)
Photography Gert Jan van Rooij

Maria Roosen - Jean, Pierre & Claude (2004, 3 elements) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004)
Photography Peter Cox

Maria Roosen - Jean, Pierre & Claude (2004, 3 elements) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004)
Photography Peter Cox

Maria Roosen - Jean, Pierre & Claude (2004, 3 elements) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004)
Photography Peter Cox

Maria Roosen - Jean, Pierre & Claude (2004, 3 elements) at Lustwarande '04 - Disorientation by Beauty (2004)
Photography Peter Cox

Maria Roosen - Blackberry Boat (2009) at Stardust (2009)
Photography Dirk Pauwels

Marien Schouten - Green Room / Vault (2016) at Luster - Clay in Sculpture Today (2016)
photography Gert Jan van Rooij

Erwin Wurm - Id, Ego and Superego (2008) at Lustwarande '08 - Wanderland (2008)
Photography Dirk Pauwels