Love Story – Anne & Wolfgang Titze Collection
15 Jun - 05 Oct 2014
New Sun, 2007
Anne & Wolfgang Titze Collection
Photo: © the artist, Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London
15 June - 5 October 2014
In the summer of 2014 the Titze collection is celebrating its exhibition premiere at two of the Belvedere’s museums: the 21er Haus and the Winter Palace. Prince Eugene of Savoy’s former residence, which was just recently opened to the public, is not only to be a magnificent setting for historical, particularly baroque exhibits, but combinations with contemporary art shall also reveal new perspectives. Launching this exciting juxtaposition, the Belvedere has the honor of staging this first presentation of Anne and Wolfgang Titze’s wide-ranging collection of international contemporary art.
The Austro-French collection includes key works of Minimal art, such as Dan Flavin’s first work using neon tubes, a floor piece by Carl Andre, specific wall objects by Donald Judd, a felt piece by Robert Morris, modular grids by Sol LeWitt, and reliefs by Fred Sandback. Pioneers of Minimalism like Agnes Martin, Frank Stella, and Robert Ryman are represented as are their European contemporaries Piero Manzoni, Giulio Paolini, and Lucio Fontana. Influential protagonists of German post-war art, such as Gerhard Richter, Georg Baselitz, Günther Uecker, and Anselm Kiefer meet shooting stars of the American art scene including Sterling Ruby, Wade Guyton, Kelley Walker, Seth Price, and Christopher Wool. World-renowned artists such as Olafur Eliasson, Matthew Barney, Anish Kapoor, Yayoi Kusama, Sarah Lucas, Gabriel Orozco, and Jeff Wall demonstrate the variety of the globalized art world. Displayed in a scintillating interaction with the historical interior of the inner-city palace and the airy atmosphere of the 21er Haus, visitors can appreciate both the most recent trends and their origins in painting, sculpture, graphic art, and photography at exhibitions that promise a memorable encounter with an exceptional collection.
The parallel exhibitions at these two venues will include works by Marina Abramovic · David Altmejd · Carl Andre · Matthew Barney · Georg Baselitz · Valérie Belin · Larry Bell · Matthew Brannon · James Lee Byars · John Chamberlain · Nigel Cooke · Richard Deacon · Thomas Demand · Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg · Olafur Eliasson · Dan Flavin · Lucio Fontana · Barnaby Furnas · Adrian Ghenie · Antony Gormley · Rodney Graham · Kevin Francis Gray · Andreas Gursky · Wade Guyton · Guyton/Walker · Eberhard Havekost · Thomas Helbig · Gregor Hildebrandt · Shirazeh Houshiary · Nathan Hylden · Kathleen Jacobs · Donald Judd · Anish Kapoor · Jacob Kassay · Anselm Kiefer · Yayoi Kusama · Claude Lévêque · Sherrie Levine · Sol LeWitt · Robert Longo · Sarah Lucas · Robert Mangold · Piero Manzoni · Christian Marclay · Agnes Martin · John McCracken · Adam McEwen · Julie Mehretu · Mario Merz · Matthew Monahan · Robert Morris · Gabriel Orozco · Damián Ortega · Giulio Paolini · Adam Pendleton · Joyce Pensato · Grayson Perry · Paola Pivi · Jaume Plensa · Seth Price · Rashid Rana · Gerhard Richter · Charles Ross · Sterling Ruby · Robert Ryman · Fred Sandback · Wilhelm Sasnal · Thomas Scheibitz · Sean Scully · Dirk Skreber · Tony Smith · Peter Stauss · Frank Stella · Rudolf Stingel · Wolfgang Tillmans · Günther Uecker · Bernar Venet · Kelley Walker · Jeff Wall · Rebecca Warren · Lawrence Weiner · Rachel Whiteread · Christopher Williams · Christopher Wool · Erwin Wurm · Lisa Yuskavage · Toby Ziegler · Thomas Zipp · Heimo Zobernig