Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Wonderful review by Moritz Scheper about the show of Derrick Alexis Coard

Excerpt of "Handsome Nerd", Derrick Alexis Coard, Courtesy by Delmes & Zander
frieze's article about 
"Tender Studies Of Black Masculinity"

"Delmes & Zander in Cologne has long championed those artists defined by stigmatizing catchalls such as ‘art brut’ and ‘outsider art’, doing so with an acute sensitivity to the fact that difference alone should not equate to currency. The drawings of Derrick Alexis Coard, a selection of which are brought together in the solo exhibition, ‘Bearded Black Man’, are...

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Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Take a look at frieze's OKEY DOKEY II preview


Moritz Sheper's preview – we are proud to be there!

"The gallery share project Okey-Dokey, which got off to a positive start last year, has been entirely revamped. This year’s curatorial advisor is Artists Space’s Jamie Stevens, who has hooked up young Rhineland galleries with unconventional partners: A group show at..."

Participating galleries: 
Drei
Galerie Max Mayer
Ginerva Gambino
Jan Kaps 
Lucas Hirsch
Delmes & Zander

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Saturday, 1 September 2018

Okey Dokey II at Delmes & Zander

John Neff, Kim's Corner Food, 2013-2015
KELLY KACZYNSKI, THOMAS KONG, PATRIC MCCOY AND JOHN NEFF

Curated by John Neff,
curated by Jamie Stevens
September 8 – 30, 2018 
Opening: Friday 7.9., 6 – 9 pm

Delmes & Zander hosting
Adler & Floyd (Chicago), The Back Room at Kim’s Corner Food (Chicago) and Diasporal Rhythms (Chicago).

The exhibition Kelly Kaczynski, Thomas Kong, Patric McCoy, and John Neff / Curated by John Neff, curated by Jamie Stevens was initiated in August 2018 by Neff for Delmes & Zanderat the invitation of curator Jamie Stevens and Okey Dokey. The show features works by Neff and three other Chicago-based artists Kelly Kaczynski, who works with sculpture and language; Thomas Kong, a merchant and collage maker whose corner store houses a rotating, immersive installation of his work; and Patric McCoy, a patron of Chicago’s arts of the African diaspora and self-taught photographer. The project will grow and change throughout its duration.

This year’s edition of Okey Dokey has been overseen by curatorial advisor Jamie Stevens, who has initiated partnerships and collaborations between the six Rhineland galleries with a combination of different types of non-proft and for-proft arts organizations from USA, Hong Kong, and Europe.

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