|Margret / Günter K., untitled, 07.12.1970, Vintage Print, 7.5 x 11 cm, Courtesy Delmes & Zander / Galerie Susanne Zander|
Jillian Steinhauer mentions Galerie Susanne Zander in HYPERALLERGIC (March 6, 2014)
Independent, but Still an Art Fair
"My favorite booth was undoubtedly that of Galerie Susanne Zander, which pulled together a quirky and raunchy display under the title “Artists Unknown.” It featured four artists about whom little or nothing is known: Martina Kubelk, whose hundreds of Polaroids feature a single man dressed up in an unending range of women’s outfits; William Crawford, whose lightly sketched pencil drawings are cartoonishly pornographic; Margret / Günter K., whose vintage photos show a woman with a beehive in all manner of poses: on the deck, in a car, in her underwear, nude; and an anonymous artist, whose mixed-media scene of drunken revelers was the weakest of the group. The booth had an incredible unity that nearly all the others lacked, and I appreciated that the work was simultaneously market-oriented (visually appealing, sex sells) and not (since all of the artists are basically unknown)."
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