Mark Themann’s propositions, across materials, ephemera, duration and context, incorporate:
Installations and spatial practice (in static and time based media), performances, drawing, photography, artist books, print media and para-categorical ruminations.
Mark has recently left the directorship of the LRG (a state funded museum in Australia) to return to his art practice, exhibition project management and curatorial projects.
His thirty (plus) solo projects have spanned Australasia, Europe, USA, in works such as: “moment to moment” The Art Gallery of NSW Sydney / “Solivtur Ambulando” (2001) Palais de Tokyo, Paris / “Passed For Export” (2004) Location One NYC / “Project For Multiple Days” (2010) Maison Dora Maar in association with Museum of Fine Arts Houston / “13 Voids” (2012) The Australian Experimental Arts Foundation, Adelaide/ “Sensorium” (2012) Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin.
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THIS SITE SHOWS A SELECTION OF PUBLIC PROJECTS, NOT A COMPRENHENSIVE LIST OF WORKS.
Recent Projects / Exhibitions
Artist in Residence (Sept 2019)
Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei
Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei (Sept 2019)
“The Word Is Art” ed: Michael Petry
Thames & Hudson
ISBN: 978 0 500 239667
11 October, 2018
A global overview of how contemporary artists incorporate text and language into work that speaks to some of the most pressing issues of the 21st century.
Looking at the work of a broad range of artists including Annette Messager, Barbara Kruger, Cerith Wyn Evans, Christian Marclay, Christopher Wool, Chun Kwang Young, eL Seed, Fiona Banner, Ghada Amer, Glenn Ligon, Harland Miller, Jenny Holzer, Kay Rosen, Laure Prouvost, Martin Creed, Rachel Whiteread, Raymond Pettibon, Roni Horn, Tania Bruguera, Zhang Huan, Mark Themann and others
Published by REVOLVER PUBLISHING Berlin;
"Mark Themann: Go Into This Space" (2014)
This book presents a specific selection of unpublished exhibitions and public projects (2001 to 2014) with texts by: Eugen Blume, Mark Jackson, Jeff Malpas João Silvério and descriptive notations by the artist.
Published Berlin 2014, 192 pages, ill, 21 x 28 cm, hardcover, English