KK Square Gallery, Jaipur, India

KK Square Gallery cordially invites you to two combined exhibitions.


First Sentimental Journey


An exhibition of drawings, paintings and objects
by Hamburg based, German artist Annika Unterburg.
A photographic exhibition titled Rythm by Indian photographer
KK Agrawal.


Private views for the exhibitions: 12.00 noon, Thursday 23rd, December 2010


The exhibitions continue from 24th December until 27th December, 2010
and will be open daily from 11 am to 6 pm.


KK Square Gallery
C-11 Prithviraj Rd
C-Scheme, Jaipur, 302 001
Rajasthan, India

CubeOpen 2010 // overall winner 2010 Annika Unterburg & Julia Münz

CUBE
113 - 115 Portland Street
Manchester
M1 6DW
www.cube.org.uk

Runs: 19.11.2010 to 22.01.2011

CUBEOpen 2010 is the UK’s only annual open competition and exhibition of its kind! Launched in 2007, artists, architects and designers are invited to apply with work that reflects current trends and debates surrounding the spaces and places in which we live, each year the exhibition highlights contemporary insights into the urban environment. The CUBEOpen receives applications from around the globe, visitors to the exhibition will have the unique opportunity to see the diverse and engaging ways that artists, architects and designers have been influenced by our surroundings.

An esteemed panel of judges are invited annually to shortlist the applications. Selectors this year - including the Office of Subversive Architecture and the Manchester based Modernist Society had a tough job! Over 30 artists selected will form the exhibition and highlights include a Fox Training Tower, mobile architecture models (pictured) and direct interventions in the gallery space.

‘It was a pleasure to judge the cube open exhibition entries. The variety of the ideas about the urban environment was striking and had been manifested in final selection of the works’ Karsten Huneck, Office for Subversive Architecture.

This year’s overall winner, Hamburg based collaborators Julia Münz and Annika Unterburg, expand people’s fantasy about possibilities of development in design and social behaviour in an urban environment using interventions in public spaces to create moments of irritation and surprise.

Selected artists include:

ALNIS STAKLE, ESKILD BECK, HANNAH WILES, CARLY FISCHER, ALBAN LOW, CAITLIN MASLEY, ELIZABETH WEST, CHRIS PICKUP, BEN COVE, ORTELIUS DREW, EMILY SPEED, DARA MCGRATH, LEE CAMPBELL, SHAN HUR, BEARD AND FERGUSSON, YAEL SCHMIDT, DAVID THEOBALD, DAY BOWMAN, JOE KENNEDY, JAMES O'HANLON, MATTHEW VERDON, CHRIS WRIGHT, MARY RUTH WALSH, URBAN (COL)LABORATORY, MARC PROVINS, SHAUN PAUL, MICK TIMPSON.

Last year’s winner Simon Le Ruez will be presenting a series of new works at CUBE as part of his CUBELab residency, titled: Unidentified Friends.

Private View
6-9pm, Thursday 18th November 2010
Exhibitions continues
19th November - 22nd January 2011
CUBEOpen Exhibition 2010 Late Night Opening
5.30pm – 8pm Thursday 20th January 2011
Admission Free




CUBE is pleased to announce the winners of CUBEOpen 2010 are Hamburg based collaborators Julia Münz and Annika Unterburg

An esteemed panel of judges were invited to shortlist the applications. Selectors this year - including the Office of Subversive Architecture and the Manchester based Modernist Society had a tough job!

‘It was a pleasure to judge the CUBEOpen exhibition entries. The variety of the ideas about the urban environment was striking and had been manifested in final selection of the works’
Karsten Huneck, Office for Subversive Architecture.

Münz and Unterburg will be awarded and offered a residency as part of CUBELab 2011.

THE HOURS ARE BETTER // Ausstellungseröffnung

Ragani Haas, Annika Unterburg

THE HOURS ARE BETTER

Zeichnung, Objekt, Video, Performance
Eröffnung: Donnerstag, 19. August 2010, 19.00,
mit einem live-act von Ragani Haas

Ausstellung: 20.–29. August 2010, Westwerk
Admiralitätstraße 74, D-20459 Hamburg

So unterschiedlich die künstlerischen Methoden auch erscheinen mögen, ist doch eine subtile Art von Verwandtschaft sichtbar. Das gilt insbesondere für beider Zeichnungen, in denen Situativität, Gelände und Subjekt eine Rolle spielen.




Ausstellungsansicht, THE HOURS ARE BETTER




Wahrer Luxus // Gruppenausstellung

Die 1. Ausstellung in der Viktoria Kaserne, Hamburg.

Samstag 24. April 2010 ab 20:00- Sonntag von 14:00-19:00
Viktoria-Kaserne, Eingang Bodenstedtstraße, Hinterhof, Hamburg

Christian 3 Rooosen, Adelaida Cue Bär, Sara Christina Benthien, Tim Berger,
Simone Brühl, Bruno, Cornelia Dusör, Thomas Ehgartner, Pavel Ehrlich, Timo Frank, Hanna Lena Hase,
Gitte Jabs, Eva M. Kitzler, Gordon Müllenbach, Joachim Sperl, Kerstin Stephan, Annika Unterburg,
Daniela von Hoerschelmann, Katja Windau und Frank Woiwode





"Zeitkapsel I", "Zeitkapsel II" 2009, Zeichentinte auf Papier, Annika Unterburg