Bei der Finissage der Ausstellung “Zimmer frei” im Cafe Beethoven, Hotel Mariandl, Goethestr. München, 20h Live ! DAMENKAPELLE + JACKE WIE HOSE gibt es eine bessere kombination ? ich glaube nicht JACKE WIE HOSEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGvDzndMzAc  Punk-Rock-Pop-HipHop mit deutschen Texten “Jacke wie Hose gibt es seit etwa 2005. Die Band ist aus einem Musikprojekt von Mitarbeitern und Bewohnern im Haus St. Norbert in Michendorf entstanden. Jacke wie Hose ist Ausdruck und Trash von Menschen mit Behinderungen in Reinkultur. Nomen est omen - egal, was wir spielen, wir versuchen zu rocken, denn musikalische Perfektion liegt uns nur bedingt. Wir haben uns in diesem Projekt - dem Spaß an musikalischer Kommunikation mit nur notwendigster Struktur verschrieben. Grenzen verschwimmen, Verhältnisse normalisieren sich, Beziehungen definieren sich neu - Musik entsteht. Jacke wie Hose! - Kosmopolitismus pur …
HOTEL MARIANDL: http://www.mariandl.com/ Facebook: http://de-de.facebook.com/pages/Jacke-wie-Hose/310193645700113”
Oct 18, 2014 / 6 notes

Bei der Finissage der Ausstellung “Zimmer frei” im Cafe Beethoven, Hotel Mariandl, Goethestr. München, 20h
Live ! DAMENKAPELLE + JACKE WIE HOSE
gibt es eine bessere kombination ? ich glaube nicht

JACKE WIE HOSE
https://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=RGvDzndMzAc
Punk-Rock-Pop-HipHop mit deutschen Texten

“Jacke wie Hose gibt es seit etwa 2005. Die Band ist aus einem Musikprojekt von Mitarbeitern und Bewohnern im Haus St. Norbert in Michendorf entstanden.

Jacke wie Hose ist Ausdruck und Trash von Menschen mit Behinderungen in Reinkultur. Nomen est omen - egal, was wir spielen, wir versuchen zu rocken, denn musikalische Perfektion liegt uns nur bedingt. Wir haben uns in diesem Projekt - dem Spaß an musikalischer Kommunikation mit nur notwendigster Struktur verschrieben. Grenzen verschwimmen, Verhältnisse normalisieren sich, Beziehungen definieren sich neu - Musik entsteht. Jacke wie Hose! - Kosmopolitismus pur …

HOTEL MARIANDL: http://www.mariandl.com/
Facebook: http://de-de.facebook.com/
pages/Jacke-wie-Hose/310193645700113”

Oct 15, 2014 / 3 notes
Oct 13, 2014 / 2 notes
damenkapellefans:

Because the DKP facebook posted this and it was a clear invitation to make this pic happen.
Oct 12, 2014 / 5 notes

damenkapellefans:

Because the DKP facebook posted this and it was a clear invitation to make this pic happen.

Oct 11, 2014 / 1 note

photos of NEIN exhibition at platform

http://platform-muenchen.de/

photo(s): a.birkenholz for platform, munich

Oct 11, 2014 / 2 notes

photos of nein exhibition at platform by esther donatz

http://platform-muenchen.de/

Oct 4, 2014 / 3 notes

look some pics by jakob feigl on his visit to Unfair Amsterdam at maria guggenbichler and rosalie schweiker’s stall.
next grand stall coming up in amsterdam tomorrow with our stuff and of other good folks. GO :
“Come find me tomorrow at my stall at Amsterdam Zine Jam with a selection of wonderful publications, zines, printed matter, tapes and releases by the usual, dear suspects: Rosalie Schweiker, Girls Like Us, Anna McCarthy, Marina Kampka, Romy Rüegger, Felicia van Zweigbergk, Margherita Huntley, Eva Weinmayr, Helena Sanders, Melissa Gordon, Marina Vishmidt, DAMENKAPELLE, Emily Westie and Decompression Magazine. The fair is on from 12pm at Felix Meritis!” – Maria Guggenbichler https://www.facebook.com/events/297059660496158/?fref=ts

http://www.rekult.org/azj2013/

the royal family having some trouble at luzi’s exhibition: imaginarium bizarrum
https://www.facebook.com/events/679838968751996/?fref=ts
Sep 30, 2014 / 6 notes

the royal family having some trouble at luzi’s exhibition: imaginarium bizarrum

https://www.facebook.com/events/679838968751996/?fref=ts

NEIN ANNA MCCARTHY9 OCTOBER - 19 DECEMBER 2014, PLATFORM MUNICHOPENING & PERFORMANCE: DAMENKAPELLE singing songs by Erich Mühsam, Hugo Ball and moreWEDNESDAY 8 OCTOBER 2014  7 PMINTRODUCTION: BENEDICT RODENSTOCK, KUNSTCLUB13.EV. AND ELISABETH HARTUNG, PLATFORM
14th OctoberLecture and talk to the topic of strike and refusalwith special guest: EL CARACOL
http://elcaracol.info/
21st OctoberLecture and talk to the topic of strike and refusalwith special guest: MARIA GUGGENBICHLER
http://mariaguggenbichler.com/
Strike and refusal are the themes of the exhibit that Anna McCarthy has conceptualized for PLATFORM’s Hall. Originating in her project Heute Nachmittag: Als wir noch an was glaubten, which deals with the politicization of artists and poets before, during and after the Bavarian Soviet republic, the artist has collected aspects and events that are directly related to other protest movements and display parallels to the present. An archival and fragmentary installation that serves both as a workshop and archive, it will become a platform for various events and activities from October to December. In the accompanying program guests who are engaged in the topic alternative life forms are being invited to present their work, to contribute projects and materials to the installation and to realize collaborative projects during the exhibition period.For the concept of NEIN Anna McCarthy is the recipient of the 2014 Advancement Award for Young Artists from the Kunstclub 13 e.V. For the first time this award will be carried out in collaboration with the PLATFORM, which acts as a forum and intermediary for the production and presentation of contemporary art, in cooperation with various partners.

http://www.platform-muenchen.de/programm/
PLATFORM Kistlerhofstraße 70  Haus 60  3. Stock 81379 München
T 0049·89·324 90 09·0 F 0049·89·324 90 09·50ed.nehcneum-mroftalp@tcatnoc
Opening times: MO -FR  10am  - 7pm

photo: by Sabine Kuhn from the performance http://annamccarthy.de/heutenachmittag.html
Sep 24, 2014 / 5 notes

NEIN
ANNA MCCARTHY
9 OCTOBER - 19 DECEMBER 2014, PLATFORM MUNICH
OPENING & PERFORMANCE: DAMENKAPELLE singing songs by Erich Mühsam, Hugo Ball and more
WEDNESDAY 8 OCTOBER 2014  7 PM
INTRODUCTION: BENEDICT RODENSTOCK, KUNSTCLUB13.EV. AND ELISABETH HARTUNG, PLATFORM

14th October
Lecture and talk to the topic of strike and refusal
with special guest: EL CARACOL

http://elcaracol.info/

21st October
Lecture and talk to the topic of strike and refusal
with special guest: MARIA GUGGENBICHLER

http://mariaguggenbichler.com/


Strike and refusal are the themes of the exhibit that Anna McCarthy has conceptualized for PLATFORM’s Hall. Originating in her project Heute Nachmittag: Als wir noch an was glaubten, which deals with the politicization of artists and poets before, during and after the Bavarian Soviet republic, the artist has collected aspects and events that are directly related to other protest movements and display parallels to the present. An archival and fragmentary installation that serves both as a workshop and archive, it will become a platform for various events and activities from October to December. In the accompanying program guests who are engaged in the topic alternative life forms are being invited to present their work, to contribute projects and materials to the installation and to realize collaborative projects during the exhibition period.
For the concept of NEIN Anna McCarthy is the recipient of the 2014 Advancement Award for Young Artists from the Kunstclub 13 e.V. For the first time this award will be carried out in collaboration with the PLATFORM, which acts as a forum and intermediary for the production and presentation of contemporary art, in cooperation with various partners.


http://www.platform-muenchen.de/programm/

PLATFORM
Kistlerhofstraße 70  Haus 60  3. Stock
81379 München

T 0049·89·324 90 09·0
F 0049·89·324 90 09·50
ed.nehcneum-mroftalp@tcatnoc

Opening times:
MO -FR  10am - 7pm

photo: by Sabine Kuhn from the performance http://annamccarthy.de/heutenachmittag.html

Sep 22, 2014 / 5 notes

damenkapellefans:

Fake leather gang cards - Part 2

Part 1 )

Sep 14, 2014 / 5 notes

Photos from opening of:

Anna McCarthy


SHELTERS, SHACKS, AND SHANTIES,

Opening: 09/12/2014, 6-9 pm
13.09. - 18.10.2014

Opening during
OPEN ART:
Friday, September 12, 2014, 6-9 pm
The artist will be present during the reception.
Opening Hours
OPEN ART:      
Sat/Sun, September 13/14, 2014
11 am-6 pm
Opening Hours:
Wed/Fri 1-6 pm, Thu 1-7 pm, Sat 12-4 pm

All we need now is Huckleberry Finn,“ reads a drawing by Anna McCarthy in her current exhibition at Esther Donatz Gallery. The call of nature – associated with adventure, freedom and romanticism – never seemed more appealing than today. Is the luxury of a comfortable life, as one of the benefits of Industrialization, a precondition to get back to basics? Is the newly sparked desire for authenticity a cautious attempt to break free from a civilized existence? Whether it manifests a rejection of capitalist values and therefore a little form of rebellion remains to be seen. In either case, nature has increasingly become a place of quest for meaning and well-being in the 21st century. This may result in ecological lifestyles, balanced diets and outdoor activities or culminate in complete self-surrender following the principle “survival of the fittest”, as it is simulated in numerous TV survival shows. But what happens if nature revolts and does not turn out to be human’s best friend? How do we react to volcanic eruptions, Ebola and other catastrophes? Can we rely on our instincts?
Anna McCarthy explores this range of topics in her exhibition SHELTERS, SHACKS, AND SHANTIES, named after a guide for young boy scouts from 1914 by Daniel Carter Beard. The artist thereby examines human behavior in the context of a promising, but also irrepressible and violent nature. From spiritual movements to apocalyptic prophecies, this dynamic constellation reveals various tendencies which Anna McCarthy reflects in paintings, drawings, texts, video and object works. Often, seriousness and absurdity are closely related to each other. As one of Anna McCarthy’s protagonists realizes: “This reality bites.”
The 1981 British-born artist studied at the Glasgow School of Art and at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich. She is foremost known for her long-term multimedia project “How To Start A Revolution” in which she questions clichés of the “rebel notion”. ”How To Start A Revolution – The Musical“ premiered at Haus der Kunst, Munich, in 2013. Likewise well perceived were both her performative installation “NA-EN-DE-NA-EN-DE-NA-WI-DA” with Gabi Blum at Schaustelle/Pinakothek der Moderne as well as her performative demonstration ”Heute Nachmittag: Als wir noch an was glaubten“ as part of the series ”1914/2014: Die Neuvermessung Europas (The Re-measurement of Europe)“. On receiving the Kunstclub13 Art Prize, Anna McCarthy will be exhibiting at PLATFORM, Munich, in October of this year. In 2015, she will be artist-in-residence at Villa Aurora, Los Angeles.
Works by the artist can be found in the Bavarian State Painting Collections, among others.

Contact
Esther Donatz
esther(at)galeriedonatz.de
Nadine Seligmann
nadine(at)galeriedonatz.de



Phone: +49 89 70 07 62 00

Sep 12, 2014 / 2 notes

Please scroll down for English version
 

 
AUSSTELLUNGSERÖFFNUNG
 
Anna McCarthy
SHELTERS, SHACKS, AND SHANTIES
 
 
Eröffnung im Rahmen der OPEN ART:
Freitag, 12. September 2014, 18-21 Uhr
Special Guest: Luzi Illustrella’s Stonewashed Fortune Orakel, 7-8pm
Ausstellungsdauer:
13. September bis 18. Oktober 2014
Öffnungszeiten OPEN ART:
Sa/So, 13./14. September 2014, 11-18 Uhr
Reguläre Öffnungszeiten:
Mi/Fr 13-18 Uhr, Do 13-19 Uhr, Sa 12-16 Uhr
 


Anna McCarthy, Naked and Afraid, 2014, Acryl und Bleistift auf Papier, 30 x 40 cm
 
Dass Anna McCarthy im Ausstellungstitel auf einen praktischen Ratgeber für junge Pfadfinder,Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties (1914) von Daniel Carter Beard, verweist, ist kein Zufall, scheint sich doch der Großstadtmensch des 21. Jahrhunderts zunehmend auf die Natur zurückzubesinnen. Dabei ist das Streben nach einem Leben im Einklang mit Flora und Fauna vielfältig motiviert, ob einem romantischen Mythos, einem Versprechen nach Vitalität für Körper und Geist oder einfach der Abenteuerlust folgend. In unserer medialisierten Gesellschaft spiegelt sich die Sehnsucht nach Ursprünglichkeit unter anderem in Survival Shows wie dem US-Format Naked and Afraid wider, die ein Überleben in der Wildnis simulieren. Anna McCarthy nähert sich diesem komplexen Thema in Malereien, Zeichnungen, Video und Texten mit humorvoll-entlarvendem Blick und fragt: „Are you ready for a real disaster/catastrophe?“ Die Rebellion der Natur als weiterer Untersuchungsgegenstand reiht sich als logische Konsequenz in ihre vorherige Arbeit ein.
 
In München zeigte die 1981 geborene Britin zuletzt „How To Start A Revolution – The Musical“ im Haus der Kunst sowie die performative Demonstration „Heute Nachmittag: Als wir noch an was glaubten“ im Rahmen der Reihe „1914/2014: Die Neuvermessung Europas“. Darüber hinaus transformierte sie die Schaustelle der Pinakothek der Moderne mit Gabi Blum in die umfassende performative Installation “NA-EN-DE-NA-EN-DE-NA-WI-DA”. Ausgezeichnet mit dem Kunstpreis des Kunstclub13, stellt Anna McCarthy ab Oktober 2014 in der PLATFORM, München, aus. 2015 ist sie Stipendiatin der Villa Aurora, Los Angeles.
 
Werke der Künstlerin befinden sich unter anderem in den Bayerischen Staatsgemäldesammlungen.

Anna McCarthy ist anwesend während der Vernissage.

 
EXHIBITION OPENING
 
Anna McCarthy
SHELTERS, SHACKS, AND SHANTIES
 
 
Opening during OPEN ART: Special Guest:
Friday, September 12, 2014, 6-9 pm
Luzi Illustrella’s Stonewashed Fortune Orakel
Exhibition Duration:
September 13 - October 18, 2014
Opening Hours OPEN ART:
Sat/Sun, September 13/14, 2014, 11 am-6 pm
Opening Hours:
Wed/Fri 1-6 pm, Thu 1-7 pm, Sat 12-4 pm
 
The reference to a guide for young boy scouts, Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties (1914) by Daniel Carter Beard, in Anna McCarthy’s exhibition title is no coincidence. It refers to a noticeable trend of the urban citizen of the 21st century to retreat from the city and return back to nature. The longing for a life in harmony with flora and fauna has many reasons, whether following a romantic myth, a desire for vigor of body and mind or a thirst for adventure. In our mediated society the yearning for naturalness and authenticity becomes mirrored in survival shows like the US format Naked and Afraid which simulate surviving in the wild. With humor and wit, Anna McCarthy explores this complex topic in paintings, drawings, video and texts, thereby asking „Are you ready for a real disaster/catastrophe?“ The rebellion of nature as a further field of interest seems to be a logical consequence to Anna McCarthy’s previous work.
 
In Munich, the 1981 born British artist recently presented „How To Start A Revolution – The Musical“ at Haus der Kunst as well as the performative demonstration ”Heute Nachmittag: Als wir noch an was glaubten“ as part of the series ”1914/2014: Die Neuvermessung Europas (The Re-measurement of Europe)“. Collaborating with Gabi Blum, she transformed Schaustelle/Pinakothek der Moderne into the extensive perfomative installation “NA-EN-DE-NA-EN-DE-NA-WI-DA”. On receiving the Kunstclub13 Art Prize, Anna McCarthy will be exhibiting at PLATFORM, Munich, in October of this year. In 2015, she will be artist-in-residence at Villa Aurora, Los Angeles.
 
Works by the artist can be found in the Bavarian State Painting Collections, among others.
 
Anna McCarthy will be present during the opening reception.
 
 

 
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80799 München
T: +49 89.700 76 200
F: +49 89.700 76 202
www.galeriedonatz.de
 
 
 

damenkapellefans:

Announced datessss:
19.10. Hotel Mariandl, Munich25.10. Milla, Munich
Sep 11, 2014 / 11 notes

damenkapellefans:

Announced datessss:

19.10. Hotel Mariandl, Munich
25.10. Milla, Munich

Sep 7, 2014 / 5 notes

THAT WAS ARLO yATES at NO COUNTRY FOR ODD POETS at the KUNSTVEREIN MUNICH. bow down

A DKP tattoo
Aug 31, 2014 / 9 notes

A DKP tattoo