GROUP SHOW Kota Ezawa 24.04.2009 – 27.06.2009
Kota Ezawa, Hand Vote, 2008, Wood and paint, 51 x 61 x 38 cm / 20 x 24 x 15 in, Edition 1/3
Kota Ezawa, Hand Vote, 2008, Wood and paint, 51 x 61 x 38 cm / 20 x 24 x 15 in, Edition 1/3 1/21
Kota Ezawa, Rocket Test Facility, 2006, Lightbox, 50.8 x 76,2 cm, Edition of 3/5
Kota Ezawa, Rocket Test Facility, 2006, Lightbox, 50.8 x 76,2 cm, Edition of 3/5 2/21
Kota Ezawa, The Plaza,  Lightbox, 50,8 x 274 cm, Edition 1/3
Kota Ezawa, The Plaza, Lightbox, 50,8 x 274 cm, Edition 1/3 3/21
Kota Ezawa, Kota, 2006, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size  51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35
Kota Ezawa, Kota, 2006, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size 51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35 4/21
Kota Ezawa, Riefenstahl, 2006, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size 51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35
Kota Ezawa, Riefenstahl, 2006, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size 51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35 5/21
Kota Ezawa, The Last Sitting, 2006, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size 51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35
Kota Ezawa, The Last Sitting, 2006, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size 51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35 6/21
Kota Ezawa, Schleyer, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size 51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35
Kota Ezawa, Schleyer, Color aquatint etching, Image size 25,4 x 38,1 cm / Paper size 51 x 59 cm, Edition of 35 7/21
Kota Ezawa, Barbershop II, 2008, C Print, 46 x 61 cm, Edition of 2/10
Kota Ezawa, Barbershop II, 2008, C Print, 46 x 61 cm, Edition of 2/10 8/21
Kota Ezawa, Group Therapy, 2008, Watercolour on paper, unique
Kota Ezawa, Group Therapy, 2008, Watercolour on paper, unique 9/21
Kota Ezawa, Photogram, 2009, Paper cutout, unique, 20.32 x 25,4 cm
Kota Ezawa, Photogram, 2009, Paper cutout, unique, 20.32 x 25,4 cm 10/21
Kota Ezawa, Photo Secession, 2008, Paper cutout, 25,5 x 35,5 cm, unikat
Kota Ezawa, Photo Secession, 2008, Paper cutout, 25,5 x 35,5 cm, unikat 11/21
Kota Ezawa, Airport, 2004, Digital Animation on DVD, 1 Min., loop Edition 5/5
Kota Ezawa, Airport, 2004, Digital Animation on DVD, 1 Min., loop Edition 5/5 12/21
ezawa projector2WEB
ezawa projector2WEB 13/21
Kota Ezawa, Brawl, 2008, Digital Animation transferred to 16mm film, 4 min. Edition 10/ 10
Kota Ezawa, Brawl, 2008, Digital Animation transferred to 16mm film, 4 min. Edition 10/ 10 14/21
lyam3d web
lyam3d web 15/21
Kota Ezawa, $150, 2008, Dia Positive behind Diasec in Lightbox, 100 x 76 x 12 cm, Edition 7 + 2 AP, Ed. Nr.: 1/7
Kota Ezawa, $150, 2008, Dia Positive behind Diasec in Lightbox, 100 x 76 x 12 cm, Edition 7 + 2 AP, Ed. Nr.: 1/7 16/21
Kota Ezawa, A SPACE OF YOUR OWN, 2008, Dia Positiv behind Diasec in Lightbox, 100 x 76 x 12 cm, Edition 7 + 2 AP, Ed. Nr.: 1/7
Kota Ezawa, A SPACE OF YOUR OWN, 2008, Dia Positiv behind Diasec in Lightbox, 100 x 76 x 12 cm, Edition 7 + 2 AP, Ed. Nr.: 1/7 17/21
Kota Ezawa, Dead Troops, C print, 66 x 106 cm
Kota Ezawa, Dead Troops, C print, 66 x 106 cm 18/21
Kota Ezawa, Last Year At Marienbad, 4 channel animation, Edition of 5
Kota Ezawa, Last Year At Marienbad, 4 channel animation, Edition of 5 19/21
Kota Ezawa, LYAM, 2007, Single channel animation, Edition of 10/ 10
Kota Ezawa, LYAM, 2007, Single channel animation, Edition of 10/ 10 20/21
Kota Ezawa, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, 2007, Digital Animation transferred to 16mm film, 1:06 min
Kota Ezawa, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, 2007, Digital Animation transferred to 16mm film, 1:06 min 21/21

Kota Ezawa (*1969): “Group Show” at Galerie Anita Beckers applies the concept of a multi artist group exhibition to the work a single artist. The show includes work in video, film, photography, painting and sculpture. “Group Show” addresses a range of subjects from contemporary culture to the history of art and presents a variety of formal strategies like abstraction and representation. In its entirety “Group Show” attempts to redefine the idea of a group show as a conceptual frame for a solo exhibition.

 

Kota Ezawa (*1969): Die Ausstellung “Group Show” in der Galerie Anita Beckers wendet das Konzept einer Präsentation mit mehreren Künstlern auf das Werk eines einzelnen Künstlers an. In der Ausstellung werden Arbeiten auf Video, Film, Fotografien, Malerei und Skulpturen zusehen sein.

Thematisch befasst sich „Group Show“ mit der zeitgenössischen Kultur und der Kunstgeschichte und zeigt eine Vielfalt an formalen Strategien, wie Abstraktion und Repräsentation, auf. In seinem Umfang versucht „Group Show“ die Idee einer Gruppenausstellung als einen konzeptuellen Rahmen für eine Einzelausstellung neu zu definieren.