DAWN FRASH
DAWN FRASH
(February through June 2010)
Dawn Frashs works reflect the excessive confrontation with sexuality in contemporary society that has become inevitable due to its constant presence in the Internet and media.
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OPENING NEW GALLERY SPACE @ HEINRICHSTRASSE 219: THE LIVING ROOM
OPENING NEW GALLERY SPACE @ HEINRICHSTRASSE 219: THE LIVING ROOM
(December 12, 2009 through January 30, 2010)
Upon entering the Living Room, the visitor is immersed into the intimate core of the gallery, namely its artistic program.
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JONATHAN DELACHAUX - PROJECT SPACE: ZOE CAPPON
JONATHAN DELACHAUX - PROJECT SPACE: ZOE CAPPON
(August 27 through October 17, 2009)
For his second gallery show Jonathan Delachaux created a new series of paintings where the character Johan Wacquez is in the centre of attention.
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>>SOMMERCAMP 2009
>>SOMMERCAMP 2009
(July 8 - 12 and July 15 - 18, 2009)
Fuer das zum zweiten Mal stattfindende SOMMERCAMP 2009 hat die Galerie HAAS & FISCHER 10 Studenten der Zuercher Hochschule der Kuenste ZHdK eingeladen, fuer jeweils eine Nacht die Galerieraeume zu bespielen.
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PATRICK GRAF: DER SOZIALE AUFSTIEG
PATRICK GRAF: DER SOZIALE AUFSTIEG
(May 16 trough June 27, 2009)
Book launch and exhibition
Episoden aus dem ypsilon'schen Zeitalter
by Edition Patrick Frey
Softcover, approx. 600 pages overall in 3 vols., Approx. 550 color
illustrations. Available directly from the gallery and the publisher.

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GROUP SHOW: 4 YOUNG FEMALE ARTISTES
GROUP SHOW: 4 YOUNG FEMALE ARTISTES
(January 17 through March 21, 2009)
Loukia Alavanou (*1979, lives and works London)
Berta Fischer (*1973, Duesseldorf, lives and works Berlin)
Laurina Paperina (*1980 in Rovereto, lives and works Mori (IT)
Rebecca Thomas (*1982 Dudweiler, lives and works Berlin)

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KATHERINE NEWBEGIN
KATHERINE NEWBEGIN
(October 11 through November 14, 2008)
In her photography Katherine Newbegin shows deserted hotel lobbies and seemingly uncanny rooms. The American finds her impetus in Poland, East Germany, Cuba, Croatia and in the ex-soviet republics of Lithuania, Moldova, and Belarus.
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JOSHUA CALLAGHAN
JOSHUA CALLAGHAN
(August 28 through October 4, 2008)
Affected by the post-industrial, materialistic culture of his homeland, Callaghan scrutinizes the relationship between symbols and ordinary objects of urban life resulting most often in large scale artworks.
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SOMMERCAMP 2008
SOMMERCAMP 2008
(July 11 through August 10, 2008)
Acht Diplomschueler der Abschlussklasse Bildende Kunst der ZHdK wurden dazu eingeladen, in den Galerieraeumen neue Arbeiten zu praesentieren. Die jungen Kuestlerinnen und Kuenstler bespielen den Ausstellungsraum in eigener Regie mit medial und thematisch unterschiedlichen Positionen.
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ERICA EYRES
ERICA EYRES
(May 10 trough June 20, 2008)
Erica Eyres is interested in the human condition; through her drawings and videos she examines human nature, how we perceive others, how others perceive us and how we portray ourselves to others.
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PATRICK GRAF
PATRICK GRAF
(January 11 through February 29, 2008)
Since 2000 Patrick Graf has been working daily on his yet uncompleted epos about the fictitious Ypsilonia age. Until today eight books have been written. The text, the illustrations and lots of paintings, cardboard installations and videos form a synthesis of the arts.
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CHITRA GANESH, PROJECT SPACE 1 + 2: LOUKIA ALAVANOU
CHITRA GANESH, PROJECT SPACE 1 + 2: LOUKIA ALAVANOU
(August 24 through October 20, 2007)
Chitra Ganesh explores in her digital collages, drawings and mural paintings impressions of different cultures, both Eastern and Western. Because of the artists Indian roots, Hindu and Greek mythology have, alongside with post-colonial approaches, become solid parts of her visual vocabulary
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FLORE DE KONING & MAARTEN OVERDIJK
FLORE DE KONING & MAARTEN OVERDIJK
(June 9 through July 7, 2007)
De Koning's paintings predominantly revolve around the complexity of the urban landscape whereas Overdijk constructs whimsical and lucid scenes that are inhabited by toys and childhood figures.
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ADRIAAN VAN DER PLOEG   >>LMIRL - Let's Meet In Real Life
ADRIAAN VAN DER PLOEG >>LMIRL - Let's Meet In Real Life
(April 14 through May 26, 2007)
Van der Ploegs (*1984, lives and works Rotterdam) photo series was realized in Holland and Belgium. There the artist tracked down Online-Game-Communities, lured young men and pubescent boys away from their computers and took pictures of them.
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JOHANNES ATLI HINRIKSSON , Wreckers
JOHANNES ATLI HINRIKSSON , Wreckers
(February 17 through March 24, 2007)
Johannes Atli Hinrikssons (*1975, Reykjavic) macabre ironic humor pushes him in the terrain of the nordic literary/mythological tradition in addition to his contemporary polymath of media.
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L.A. RAEVEN, Mindshare
L.A. RAEVEN, Mindshare
(January 13 through February 10, 2007)
The video installation work and performances by the Dutch twins
Liesbeth and Angelique Raeven (1971*) are about the female body image and the behaviour dynamics of twins, especially when this dynamic expresses itself in psychologically nuanced eating habits.
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JONATHAN DELACHAUX
JONATHAN DELACHAUX
(November 25 through December 23, 2006)
For more than ten years now has the Swiss painter Jonathan Delachaux been living and working with three fictitious characters; he gave them a face and a life with social activities.
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SHIH CHIEH HUANG
SHIH CHIEH HUANG
(October 7 through November 11, 2006)
Somewhere between car tuning and software hacking, Huang modifies the most common household appliances into living breathing organic machines.
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THIS AIN'T NO KARAOKE
THIS AIN'T NO KARAOKE
(August 23 through September 30, 2006)
Loukia Alavanou, Tjorg Douglas Beer, Zoe Charlton, Vincent Geyskens, Andrew Guenther, Johannes Atli Hinriksson, Servane Hottinger, Rose Kallal, Dionisis Kavallieratos, Anika Lori, Philip Metten, Will Morgan, Mathias Schmied, Marc Seguin, Meredyth Sparks.
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KIM LEVIN, Notes and Itineraries, 1976 - 2005
KIM LEVIN, Notes and Itineraries, 1976 - 2005
(May 27 through July 1, 2006)
Exhibition of Notes and Itineraries by Kim Levin, a prominent New York art critic. Curated by John Salvest, whose work relates to accumulation.
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DREAMWORKS
DREAMWORKS
(February 18 through March 30, 2006)
Loukia Alavanou, Siegfried Anzinger, Ann Chu, Jonathan Delachaux, Marlene Dumas, Nicole Eisenmann, Axel Kasseboehmer, Jung Lee, Jon Pylypchuk, L.A. Raeven, Thomas Schuette, Rosemarie Trockel, Nobuko, Tsuchiya, Mark Wallinger
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