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Ian Kiaer

 
Ian Kiaer (born 1971 in London) produces fragile installations involving various architectural models, intact or slightly altered found objects and two-dimensional works to create fragmented narratives. His installations often function as projects or proposals, challenging notions of totality and permanence.
Venues for past solo exhibitions include the Neubaeur Collegium in Chicago, Lulu in Mexico City, the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, the Aspen Art Museum, Kunstverein Munich and the Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Turin. He has also taken part in group shows at Kunstshalle Berlin, MUDAM Luxembourg, the Rennes Biennial, Tate Britain, the British Art Show, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and the 10th Lyon Biennial.
 
Ian Kiaer - Endnote, tooth
2020
English edition
Archive Books
Ian Kiaer's new monograph is based on a project that the artist began several years ago and whose configuration changes with the circumstances. Drawing on the notion of marginal endnotes in books, it references the utopian concepts of the Austrian American architect Frederick Kiesler (1890-1965).


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