Capturing the current Zeitgeist: Rulton Fyder in dialogue with conceptual art contemporaries12 - 27 Jun 2021 MurnauThe anonymous artist Rulton Fyder is best known for his recontextualisation of other artists’ works to capture time and emotion in the NFT art realm. Fyder utilizes the sense of familiarity elicited from known significant works in the contemporary art world to add new conceptual layer and imagery and create the works in the NFT realm to create completely new works that document and archive our current society and times while having the artist’s self-inquisitive journey in the rapidly advancing digital age, characterized by the endless circulation, reshuffling, remixing and exchange of ideas.
Portraits1962 - 2017 1 Jun - 31 Aug 2020Portraits: 1962 - 2017 examines the use of portraits in art across different mediums such as photography, oil paintings and drawings.
The journey takes us from Europe to Asia and from Africa to North America. We revisit Marilyn Monroe's famous "The Last Sitting", watch Georg Baselitz remix his provocative work "Big Night, explore Jean-Michel Basquiat's use of materials such as found wood or his early adoption of xerox photocopy and are mesmerized by Alex Katz's big scale portrait "Martha" or Jiro Takamatsu's Shadow (No. 1430).