Saturday 8 March 2014


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)."

Please find the complete article HERE

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