From March 29 to September 1, 2019 the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin will present a comprehensive exhibition of works by the American painter Jack Whitten (1939–2018), the first solo show by the artist in a European museum. Jack’s Jacks shows how Whitten continually extended the boundaries of abstract painting. Curated by Udo Kittelmann and Sven Beckstette, made possible by Verein der Freunde der Nationalgalerie.
Key Visual, Print Design, Exhibition Design, Campaign and Advertising Photo of Jack Whitten by the one and only Anton Corbijn Exhibition Photos by Mathias Voelzke
Jack’s Bags Limited Edition
Recycled and handmade bags made of the original rooftop flag for Jack Whitten’s exhibition Jack’s Jacks at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin.
Sustainable Product Design
La Biennale Arte di Venezia All the Worlds Futures
In 2015 Okwui Enwezor, former director of Haus der Kunst Munich, curated the 56th Biennale Arte di Venezia. For All The Worlds Futures we designed the entire corporate design which was featured all over the city of Venice. The 960 pages exhibitions catalogue discusses the state of things as well as the appearance of things in two books on the curator’s intended topic Das Kapital by Karl Marx.
Corporate Design, Book Design, Collateral and Advertising realized as Art Director at Double Standards, Berlin
Vitra Design Museum Hello, Robot.
The exhibition Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine undertakes an interdisciplinary look at robotics which reveals and discusses contradictions inherent to this new technology. We developed a layout algorithm, that placed the entire content, text and images, of the exhibition catalogue in a random layout and order in collaboration with Timo Rychert; resulting in a completely new idea of a book, far away from known conventions.
Book Design realized as Art Director at Double Standards, Berlin Exhibition Photo by Mark Niedermann
Vitra Design Museum Making Africa
Making Africa – A Continent of Contemporary Design illustrates how design accompanies and fuels economic and political changes on the continent. The 344 pages exhibition catalogue reflects the diversity of an underrated and foresighted potential of African design and art scene. The exhibition tours around the world starting at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao (Spain), followed by the CCCB in Barcelona (Spain), the Kunsthal Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and many more.
Book Design and Exhibition Graphics realized as Art Director at Double Standards, Berlin Exhibition Photo by Mark Niedermann
Jan Scharrelmann Website
Viewing his new website is like standing right in front of his work: Scrolling very closely over materials, experiencing the structures – before stepping back and seeing the whole piece of art: sculptures, wall works or paintings. The play of the inbetween, back and forth, near and far refers to the large-scale sculptures and how the visitor is approaching Jan Scharrelmanns work.