Behrang Karimi Wildes Gew chs, Nachts entlang der Betonplatten, 2021 Oil on canvas 100 x 80 cm
Victoria Pidust Untitled 42 (from the series iPhone zooming), 2021 Pigment archival print on paper 40 x 30 cm Edition of 7 + 3AP
Victoria Pidust Untitled 41 (from the series iPhone zooming), 2021 Pigment archival print on paper 40 x 30 cm Edition of 7 + 3AP
Behrang Karimi Speech, 2021 Oil on canvas 50 x 35.5 cm
Tobias Spichtig Nadelfinger, 2021/2022 Leather glove, pick-up and resin 29 x 10 x 11 cm
Victoria Pidust Untitled 40 (from the series iPhone zooming), 2021 Pigment archival print on paper 40 x 30 cm Edition of 7 + 3 AP
Kim Stolz Dialog (4), 2021 Oil on canvas 100 x 95 cm
Sophie Reinhold Money, 2020 Oil and marble powder on jute 135 x 200 cm
David Ostrowski Boicotta Cocacola, 2007/2022 Offset print on deckle-edged paper in frameless image holder 40 x 30 cm Edition of 10 + 4 AP
Super Super Markt hosts inaugural offline exhibition, in a Berlin convenience store.
The online Kunstverein sets out to make art more accessible.
(Berlin, 22.02.2022) Super Super Markt is about creating new ways to discover and experience art. Curated by Julius Jacobi and Rory Kirk-Duncan, the community’s inaugural exhibition Super Super Markt takes place inside of a convenience store in Berlin-Mitte.
The group exhibition can be viewed in person over the course of one weekend, after which it will be accessible online for the remaining duration of the month – thus creating a hybrid exhibition format.
“We now inhabit a world in which the overproduction of goods, rather than their scarcity, is one of our most fundamental problems. Yet our economy’s growth functions by inciting us to produce more and more with each passing year. In turn, we require cultural forms to enable us to sort through the glut, and our rituals are once again directed towards the immaterial […]” – H.C. Binswanger
Contrary to the overabundance of a supermarket, the convenience store offers a curated mix of essentials, accessible to anyone at any time. Super Super Markt brings together the work of 6 artists working across painting, photography and sculpture. The exhibition explores human rituals in one’s consumption and how we accumulate goods for our pleasure, use and convenience. It’s the selection of artworks displayed outside of a traditional gallery environment that creates a more accessible and curated experience to view and collect art – offline and online.
— Super Super Markt