CURA.

DAVID LIESKE
Direction Artiste II

VI, VII, Oslo 

Nov 8-24, 2018

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The question of what an artist is, and what it’s role in today's society could be, is central to the work of David Lieske. Since his first exhibition, Atlantis (2006), which dealt with credibility issues in the rhetoric of the creative act, the tension between the artistic and the non-artistic runs through his entire oeuvre.

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The exhibition Direction Artiste II is a re-staging of Lieske’s exhibition Direction Artistewhich originally took place in Munich in 2017.

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CREDITS
courtesy of VI, VII, Oslo
photo by Christian Tunge

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