Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2
Installation view

Out of Order Part 2

Positions from the Haubrok Collection

January 17 – März 1, 2020
Neues Museum, Nuremberg

Richard Artschwager, Martin Boyce, Tom Burr, Henry Codax, Martin Creed, Jeroen de Rijke, Willem de Rooij, Jimmie Durham, Cerith Wyn Evans, Günther Förg, Mario García Torres, Rodney Graham, Wade Guyton, Lone Haugaard Madsen, Georg Herold, Callum Innes, Emily Jacir, Imi Knoebel, Dennis Loesch, Scott Lyall, Park McArthur, Rodney McMillian, Ari Benjamin Meyers, Jonathan Monk, Simon Mullan, Philippe Parreno, Joyce Pensato, Peter Piller, Vaclav Pozarek, Stephen Prina, Florian Pumhösl, Daragh Reeves, Michael Riedel, Karin Sander, Gabriele Schmidt Heins, Andreas Slominski, Wolfgang Tillmans, Kelley Walker, James Welling, Ian Wilson, Christopher Wool, Haegue Yang, Heimo Zobernig

A press kit on the exhibition is available for download here.

Exhibition text Neues Museum Nuremberg:
For us, art is primarily a question of being able to think. Looking at our collection, it becomes clear that thinking about art, its aesthetic dimension, its ability to communicate, its quest for knowledge and the sublime, and its purpose within society, in general, is a question that is immanent within the system, but also an important factor in current artistic production. Minimalist, black-and-white or monochrome are just some qualities of many works in our collection. In formal terms, the pieces are often reduced and conceptual. At the same time, behind their diverse media surfaces there is always also humor or subtle charm: in the mobile white wall by the Austrian artist Heimo Zobernig, for example; in the opulent floral bouquet, renewed every day, on a tall plinth by the Dutch artist Willem de Rooij; in the Saros wall by the London-based German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, a photographic portrait of the phenomenon of the solar eclipse, supplemented by photographs from other sources with a similar feel. These and many more works from our collection, by artists including Hans-Peter Feldmann, Günther Förg, Wade Guyton, Georg Herold, Cady Noland, Charlotte Posenenske, Florian Pumhösl, Karin Sander, and Christopher Williams, will be featured in this two-part exhibition.
We began collecting professionally at the end of the 1980s. Our focus is on international conceptual art at the turn of the millennium, covering the contemporary art of the last three decades. As well as museum-scale material, sculpture, painting, photography, and film, we also collect installations and small-format ephemera.
The exhibition title Out of Order refers not to some kind of malfunction, but to a resistance to any ordering principle, reflecting the mischievousness and non-conformism. Neues Museum is showing more than one hundred works from our collection. Where we are concerned, the ability to think and reflect should not be understood in overly complex terms – much of the work on show is very accessible, humorous and direct. Highlights from the collection will be shown in a two-part exhibition with very different presentation formats. The two parts of the exhibition are linked in particular by the presence of certain artists in both shows, appearing in different contexts.

Exhibition website of Neues Museum Nuremberg

Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2
Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2
Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2
Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2, Installation view
Out of Order Part 2
Installation view

List of works

Richard Artschwager
Blp, 1967/2020

Martin Boyce
Sounds and Silences Wrought into Iron and Air, 2011

Martin Boyce
Thoughts that Breathe, 2011

Martin Boyce
Phantom Limb 2003 (Sister), 2003

Tom Burr
Put Down, 2016

Henry Codax
untitled (black), 2014

Henry Codax
untitled (white), 2011

Martin Creed
Work No. 1262, 2011

Jeroen de Rijke & Willem de Rooij
Grey Scale; Bouquet VI, 2005

Willem de Rooij
Black to Black, 2011

Jimmie Durham
The World, 2017

Cerith Wyn Evans
Katagami Screen 4, 2015

Günther Förg
untitled, 1996

Mario García-Torres
N.D., 2016

Rodney Graham
untitled, 2005

Rodney Graham
Concordance to the Standard Edition: Six Reference Desks in Oak, Volume 4 (M-P), 1992

Wade Guyton
untitled, 2006

Wade Guyton
Acria #8, 2003

Wade Guyton
Acria #12, 2003

Wade Guyton
Acria #17, 2003

Wade Guyton
Acria #19, 2003

Wade Guyton
Acria #24, 2003

Wade Guyton
Acria #25, 2003

Wade Guyton & Kelley Walker
untitled (Bone), 2005

Wade Guyton & Kelley Walker
untitled (Ketel I), 2005

Wade Guyton & Kelley Walker
Domaine White, 2004

Lone Haugaard Madsen
untitled, 2011

Lone Haugaard Madsen
Raum #260–4, 2010

Lone Haugaard Madsen
Raum #260–33, 2010

Lone Haugaard Madsen
Raum #241–1 Zeichnung, 2009

Georg Herold
No Disaster III, 1988

Georg Herold
untitled, 1988

Callum Innes
Agitated Vertical White, 1995

Emily Jacir
From Paris to Riyadh (Drawings for My Mother) Juin/Juillet 1990, 1999–2001

Imi Knoebel
Pinguin, 1992

Imi Knoebel
untitled, 1990

Scott Lyall
Pedagogical Fidelitiy (pf3), 2004–2007

Park McArthur
Passive Vibration Durometer Facts 8, 2018

Rodney McMillian
untitled (from the series “The Clampetts”), 2010

Ari Benjamin Meyers
The lightning and its flash (Solo for conductor), 2011

Jonathan Monk
22 Portraits of Axel Haubrok, 2006

Jonathan Monk
My Height in HB Pencil, 2002

Simon Mullan
Fritz, 2016

Philippe Parreno
Flickering Labels, 2013/2019

Joyce Pensato
Felix, 2018

Peter Piller
untitled, 2019

Peter Piller
Bürozeichnung “Man sagt, die Wohnung des Chefs sei ganz in weiß eingerichtet”, 2000

Vaclav Pozarek
Kolonien, 2005

Stephen Prina
untitled, Exquisite Corpse: The complete paintings of manet 213 of 556, intérieur (Jeune dans un intérieur) (Indoor scene (Indoor scene with young woman)), 1873, formerly in Stockholm, private collection, 2012

Florian Pumhösl
Studie zu “Relief (f. Dresdner Raum)”, 2017

Florian Pumhösl
Monotypien zu “Räumliche Sequenz”, 2012/2013

Florian Pumhösl
Monotypien zu “Räumliche Sequenz”, 2012/2013

Florian Pumhösl
Monotypien zu “Räumliche Sequenz”, 2012/2013

Florian Pumhösl
Monotypien zu “Räumliche Sequenz”, 2012/2013

Florian Pumhösl
Cliché 15, 2012

Florian Pumhösl
Strohgeige, 2011

Florian Pumhösl
Vervielfältigung von Bild No. 27 und Bild No.29, 2011

Florian Pumhösl
Diminution, Serie 2 Glas 4, 2010

Florian Pumhösl
Aushang (#1), 2007

Florian Pumhösl
Aushang (#2), 2007

Daragh Reeves
Everybody Wants a Piece of Dracula, 2003

Michael Riedel
Untitled (Random Bars Horizontal), 2014

Michael Riedel
Printed and Unprinted Posters, 2008

Michael Riedel & Dennis Loesch
Oskar-von-Miller-Straße (2007–2009, Berlin), 2007–2009

Michael Riedel & Dennis Loesch
Verdoppelung und was dazwischen oder nicht Die Oskar-von-Miller-Straße 16 in der Weydinger Straße 20, 2007

Karin Sander
Mailed Painting 109 (Bonn – Düsseldorf – Berlin – Dresden – Berlin – Nürnberg), 2020

Karin Sander
Gebrauchsbild (FAHRBEREITSCHAFT), 2013

Karin Sander
Tapetenstück, 1995

Gabriele Schmidt Heins
untitled, 1973/1976

Andreas Slominski
untitled, 2008

Andreas Slominski
Die Erde zur gleichen Zeit halb so klein und doppelt so groß, 2005/2014

Wolfgang Tillmans
untitled 6, 2006

Wolfgang Tillmans
Blushes #67, 2000

Kelley Walker
4870 Series, 2009

James Welling
untitled No. 41, 1986

Ian Wilson
The Pure Awareness of the Absolute in Art — A Discussion 15:00, April 28, 2013, 2013

Christopher Wool
untitled, 2001

Haegue Yang
Whatever Being DIN A4, 2006

Heimo Zobernig
untitled, 2017

Heimo Zobernig
untitled, 2016

Heimo Zobernig
untitled, 2015

Heimo Zobernig
FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, 2013

Heimo Zobernig
untitled (Nr. 7), 1999/2012

Heimo Zobernig
untitled, 1993