Baldwin Gallery

Rebecca Horn: Crickets Song
Taryn Simon: Contraband

Rebecca Horn: Crickets Song
Taryn Simon: Contraband

untitled by rebecca horn

Rebecca Horn

Untitled, 2010

21,750 USD

untitled by rebecca horn

Rebecca Horn

Untitled, 2010

21,750 USD

untitled by rebecca horn

Rebecca Horn

Untitled, 2010

21,750 USD

butterfly vitrine by rebecca horn

Rebecca Horn

Butterfly Vitrine, 2010

190,000 USD

love olympia by rebecca horn

Rebecca Horn

Love Olympia, 2010

220,000 USD

movies (pirated) by taryn simon

Taryn Simon

Movies (Pirated), 2010

24,300 USD

Friday, July 29, 2011Monday, September 5, 2011


Aspen, CO USA

Opening reception: Friday, 29 July, 6-8 pm

The Baldwin Gallery is pleased to announce its first show with internationally acclaimed multimedia and installation artist Rebecca Horn. Since the 1970s, Horn has been renowned for her diverse body of work, which includes performances, films, sculptures, spatial installations, drawings and photographs. Although varied, a consistency in logic unites each of these unique pieces as each new work seems to develop logically from the preceding one – together breaking down the boundaries between space and time and addressing the fundamentals of universal existence. The Baldwin Gallery will showcase a number of Horn’s drawings interspersed with several mechanical pieces.

Rebecca Horn’s works have been shown in a number of solo exhibitions at leading international institutions including the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (1981), the M.O.C.A. Los Angeles (1990), the Guggenheim Museum New York (1993), the Nationalgalerie Berlin (1994), the Serpentine Gallery London (1994), the Tate Gallery London (1994), the Kestner Gesellschaft Hannover (1997) and at the Carré d’Art, Nimes (2000). She has also received numerous awards including the documenta Prize (1986), the Carnegie Prize for The Hydra Forest, Performing Oscar Wilde (1988), the Kaiserring from the city of Goslar (1992), the Barnett and Annalee Newman Award (2004) and, most recently, the Praemium Imperiale by Japan’s royal family.

Also showing at the Baldwin Gallery for the first time is American photographer Taryn Simon. Simon’s Contraband photo series was taken over the course of four days at both the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Federal Inspection Site and the U.S. Postal Service International Mail Facility at John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York. The 1,075 photographs depict items detained or seized from passengers and express mail entering the United States from abroad and documents global desires and perceived threats.

Simon's photographs and writing have been featured at The Tate Modern, London (2011); Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (2011); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2007); Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt (2008); Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2004); and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York (2003). Permanent collections include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, Whitney Museum, Centre Pompidou, and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2011 her work was included in the 54th Venice Biennale.

The public is invited to meet the artists at the opening reception on July 29th from 6-8 pm.

Since 1994, the Baldwin Gallery has been presenting new work by established and emerging artists. It has earned an international reputation as an important venue for contemporary art, with a particular focus on American artists.

Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday from Noon to 5 pm. The Baldwin Gallery is located at 209 South Galena Street in Aspen, Colorado.

Images are available upon request. Please call 970.920.9797 for further information.

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