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Reading International: Abel Auer

Date: 
Sat 7 Oct, 4:00pm

‘How a Black Void Replaces the White Cube and a Painting Moves from the Fine to the Performing Arts’
Opening: Saturday 7 October, 4pm to 6pm

Reading International is pleased to present a new project by Stuttgart-based artist Abel Auer titled ‘How a Black Void Replaces the White Cube and a Painting Moves from the Fine to the Performing Arts’. The exhibition connects musical influences to an installation based on a cinematic representation of the medium with an ambient soundtrack.

Abel Auer was born in Munich in 1974. His work has been described as blurring the boundary between abstraction and figuration, between reality and hallucination, seriousness and the grotesque.
This project has been curated by Andrew Hunt and Saim Demircan. It will open between 4pm and 6pm on Saturday 7 th October as part of a full day of events in Reading organised by Reading International.

The exhibition will remain at The Rising Sun until November 11th.

Volunteers for this event

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