Anna Bogouchevskaia. Catalogue Raisonné 1984–2023 Retrospektive / Retrospective: Fallen Falls

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Edited by: Kunsthalle Rostock, Jörg-Uwe Neumann, Sebastian C. Strenger Texts by: Josephine Gabler, Mark Gisbourne, Xenia Hausner, Jörg-Uwe Neumann, Bunny Rogers, Sebastian C. Strenger, Jorinde Voigt, Thomas Zipp Graphic Design: Huelsenberg Studio, Berlin German, English 2024, 568 Pages, 1200 Ills. Hardcover 320mm x 250mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5689-1

Anna Bogouchevskaia sees her work in sculpture as a geopolitical engagement with concerns at the intersection of figuration and abstraction. This is the first catalogue raisonné of the German-Russian sculptor, including her early work, which has explored the art of the French- Russian artist Marc Chagall. After the fall of the Iron Curtain, the artist moved from Moscow to Berlin. As she transitioned into the middle phase of her artistic practice, she increasingly turned to natural phenomena, such as the unifying element of water in its various aggregate states and manifestations. In this publication, renowned authors place her work of the past 40 years in an art-historical context and provide insights into a unique oeuvre.

In her drawings JORINDE VOIGT (*1977 in Frankfurt am Main) develops a kind of semantic code that seems extremely subjective and individual, yet is subjected to strict rules and systems. In the process her notations create visual spaces that employ an artistic, philosophical procedure to unfold the world in its fundamental parameters, such as distance, speed, direction, frequency, pop charts, genres, and much more, while at the same time revealing the simultaneity of all these things.