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Sport-heute.ch schliesst seine Tore. Nach 11 Jahren möchte ich andere Projekte verwirklichen, auf Reisen gehen und das Leben endlich in vollen Zügen geniessen. Es waren 11 wundervolle Jahre mit Ihnen. Sport-heute.ch bleibt mindestens die nächsten Jahre als Bilderbuch noch bestehen. Doch jeder Abschied kann auch ein neuer Anfang sein. Nun ist es endgültig. Ich wünsche Ihnen eine weiterhin schöne Zeit. Ich danke Ihnen für die Lesertreue und Ihre ehrliche Begeisterung mit grosser Dankbarkeit. Danke, dass ich Sie 11 Jahre verwöhnen durfte.

Tschau und auf Wiedersehen.

Ihr
Marcel Krebs

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www.marcelkrebs.ch.

Dear Users
Sport-heute.ch closes its gates. After 11 years I would like to realize other projects, go on journeys and finally enjoy life to the fullest. There were 11 wonderful years with you. Sport-heute.ch will continue to exist as a picture book for at least the next few years. But every farewell can also be a new beginning. Now it is final. I wish you a good time. I would like to thank the readership and your honest enthusiasm with great gratitude. Thank you for spoiling you for 11 years.

Chess and goodbye.

you
Marcel Krebs

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MONA HATOUM

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TATE MODERN
MONA HATOUM
4 May – 21 August 2016
Tate Modern, Level 3 West

Hot Spot III Agostino Osio Courtesy Fondazione Querini Stampalia 2 2

MONA HATOUM HOT SPOT III 2009
Stainless steel, neon tube
Photo: Agostino Osio, Courtesy Fondazione Querini Stampalia Onlus, Venice
© Mona Hatoum

 Adult £16.00 (without donation £14.50). Concession £14.00 (without donation £12.70)
Open daily 10.00 – 18.00 and until 22.00 on Friday and Saturday
For public information call +44(0)20 7887 8888, visit tate.org.uk or follow @Tate #MonaHatoum
Supported by AGC Equity Partners

 


Tate Modern presents the first UK survey of the work of Mona Hatoum (b.1952), one of the most
important artists of her generation. Drawing on her expansive career, this exhibition reflects 35 years
of consistently poetic and radical thinking expressed through a diverse range of media. It presents
around 100 works from the 1980s to the present day, from early performances and video, to sculpture,
installation, photography and works on paper.

Mona 145 Undercurrent red 2008 Photo Stefan Rohner 41B0416

MONA HATOUM
UNDERCURRENT (RED)
2008
Electrical wires covered in fabric, with light bulbs and dimmer switch, variable dimensions
Photo Stefan Rohner, Courtesy Kunstmuseum St. Gallen
© Mona Hatoum
Mona Hatoum is well known for her large-scale installations and sculptures which challenge the formal
languages of minimalism and surrealism to expose a world characterised by conflicts and
contradictions. She began her career in the 1980s with performance and video works in which the body
gave expression to a divided reality, besieged by political and social control. In the video Roadworks
1985, she documents a performance where she walked barefoot through the streets of Brixton with a
pair of Doc Marten boots tied to her ankles.

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MONA HATOUM
PERFORMANCE STILL
1985/1995
Gelatin silver print on paper mounted on aluminium
76.4 x 108
Tate. Presented by Tate Patrons 2012
Photo Edward Woodman, Courtesy White Cube
© Mona Hatoum
The body has always been central to Hatoum’s work and she is known for referencing its vulnerability
and resilience, as exemplified by Corps étranger 1994, an endoscopic journey through the interior and
exterior landscape of the artist’s own body. Her installations also situate the body as subject to power
or incarceration, evident in Impenetrable 2009, a suspended square formed of hundreds of delicate
rods of suspended barbed wire, and the iconic Light Sentence 1992. In this work, walls of industrial
wire mesh lockers and a single moving lightbulb create dramatic shadows that transform the gallery
into a disorientating and unstable place. Furniture and other familiar objects feature prominently in her
work, often modified and scaled up, to explore the fine line between the familiar and the uncanny.
Homebound 2000, for example, consists of an assemblage of kitchen utensils and household furniture
connected by electric wire, through which runs an audible electric current.


Hatoum’s work highlights the condition of displacement, shared by many in the modern era. Present
Tense 1996 is made from 2,200 cubes of traditional olive oil soap from Nablus, a city north of
Jerusalem. Lines of tiny red glass beads pushed into the surface depict the map of the 1993 Oslo Peace
Accord between Israel and the Palestinian Authorities. In the recent installation Twelve Windows
2012-13, comprising twelve pieces of embroidery made by Palestinian women living in refugee camps
in Lebanon, embroidery becomes an act of resistance. Organised and produced by Inaash, a Lebanese
NGO, these delicately embroidered ‘windows’ are suspended on crisscrossing steel cables, each one
representing key Palestinian regions through their unique motifs, stitches, colours and patterns.
Born in Beirut in 1952 to a Palestinian family, Mona Hatoum settled in England in 1975 after war broke
out in Lebanon. She is represented in major collections around the world and recent solo exhibitions
include Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice (2009); Kunstmuseum, St Gallen (2013); Mathaf: Arab
Museum of Modern Art, Doha (2014); and Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo (2015). She has shown at
the Venice Biennale (1995 and 2005) and Documenta XI, Kassel (2002). Hatoum was nominated for the
Turner Prize in 1995; received the Joan Miró Prize 2011; and will be awarded the Hiroshima Art Prize in
2017.

Hatoum HomeBound 01

MONA HATOUM
HOMEBOUND
2000
Kitchen utensils, furniture, electrical wire, light bulbs, dimmer unit, amplifier and two speakers
Dimensions variable
Courtesy Rennie Collection, Vancouver
© Mona Hatoum


Mona Hatoum is curated by Clarrie Wallis, Curator of Modern and Contemporary British Art, Tate and
Christine Van Assche, Honorary Curator, Centre Pompidou, Paris with Katy Wan, Assistant Curator,
Tate Modern and Capucine Perrot, former Assistant Curator, Tate Modern. The exhibition is organised
by the Centre Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, in collaboration with Tate Modern,
London and the Finnish National Gallery / Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki. It is
accompanied by a catalogue from Tate Publishing and a programme of talks and events in the gallery.

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