Yves Netzhammer 伊夫·内茨哈默

http://netzhammer.com

Yves Netzhammer, born in 1970, studied Art at the Zurich College of Art and Design. Since 1997, he has been working on a widely ramified, poetic cosmos of imagery. His video installations, objects, slide shows and drawings fascinate through their bodily charisma and their formal clarity. The playful recombination of elements which seemingly can not be combined leads to the threshold of our existence’s dark side: soothing aspects interlock with displeasing ones, the dead melts with the alive into creatures never seen before, and the depicted scenarios run from microscopic to giant scales.

Solo exhibitions include LWL, Münster (2016), Kiev Biennale, Kiev (2015), MONA, Tasmania (2013), Minsheng Art Museum Shanghai (2013), Kunstmuseum Luzern (2011), Kunstmuseum Bern (2010), Palazzo Strozzi (2009), SFMOMA, San Francisco (2008), Venice Biennale (2007), Karlskirche Kassel (supporting program documenta 12, 2007), Museum Rietberg, Zürich (2006), Kunsthalle Bremen (2005) and Helmhaus Zürich (2003). Group exhibitions include Liverpool Biennale (2010), Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (2007), Witte de With and TENT, Rotterdam (2006), Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg (2006) and National Gallery Prague (2005). Yves Netzhammer lives and works in Zurich.

 

1970 出生于瑞士的沙夫豪森。1987-1990沙夫豪森攻读建筑,于苏黎士完成设计与视觉艺术训练。他的个展曾在布莱梅美术馆、旧金山现代艺术美术馆、柏林昆斯特-维科现代艺术学院等重要展场展出与获奖。伊夫更在最近的威尼斯双年展代表瑞士参展,并为2007年的Documenta卡塞尔文献展制作了大型装置作品。2008年美国三藩市现代美术馆、2009年意大利佛罗伦萨现代美术馆、2010-11瑞士伯尔尼和卢塞恩美术馆、2013上海民生美术馆、2013澳大利亚塔斯马尼亚古今艺术博物馆、2015基辅双年展、2016明斯特LWL都有展出独立大型项目,他的作品受到伯尔尼艺术博物馆(Kunstmuseum Bern)、澳洲的古今艺术博物馆、美国宾州的西集博物馆和东京的CB Collection公开收藏。

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