PERFORMANCE ON THE FOLLOWING DATES AND TIMES:
31 March at 18.00 – 18.15 (in connection to the opening)
*1 April at 15.00 – 15.15
2 April at 15.00 – 15.15
2 June at 17.00 – 17.15
*3 June at 15.00 – 15.15
*26 August at 15.00 – 15.15
27 August at 15.00 – 15.15
Location: Floor 2, New Gallery
Tickets: The performance is included in the admission fee. Free admission for everyone up to 19 years.
Dancer: Corrado Di Lorenzo
*These dates we will also show a performance linked to the exhibition “Adèle Essle Zeiss – Statolit”:
1 April at 12.00–15.00 (intermission 13.00–14.00)
3 June at 12.00–15.00 (intermission 13.00–14.00)
26 August at 12.00–15.00 (intermission 13.00–14.00)
In his art, Jimmy Robert raises questions of representation, gender, and identity—often with a starting point in an artistic or museum context. With subtle humor, melancholy, and queerness, he takes on these complex subjects through a fragmented and flexible idiom. The works, in which even the body can become a conceptual tool, are allowed to function both as independent entities and as components of a larger historical network. In spite of the body’s constant presence, the direct gaze is often avoided—possibly as a gesture of preserved control.
Curator: Andreas Nilsson
About Jimmy Robert
Jimmy Robert was born in 1975 in Guadeloupe. Currently he lives in Berlin, where he is also a professor of sculpture and performance at the Universität der Künste. Robert has had recent solo exhibitions at institutions such as Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (2022), Museion in Bolzano (2021), and Nottingham Contemporary (2020). He has presented large-scale performances at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin (2019), Performa 17 in New York (2017), and the Centre d’Art Contemporain in the Synagogue de Delme, France (2016).
Opening: Jimmy Robert – Assymetrical Grammar
Welcome to participate in the festive opening of the exhibition “Jimmy Robert – Assymetrical Grammar”! Listen to welcome speech and …
Join us at the opening!
Jimmy Robert works with staging art historical discussions and contemporary issues. His art, which often brings out a poetic dimension in everyday …
Adèle Essle Zeiss
“Statolit” is an installation and performance for three dancers that will be performed several times throughout the exhibition period. …