1. Public Talk: Kasper König on Reiner Ruthenbeck

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    Curator and professor Kasper König presents a lecture on Reiner Ruthenbeck’s works and his exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery. Supported by the Goethe-Institut, London. Professor Kasper König (born 1943) was only twenty-three when he curated the Claes Oldenburg exhibition in a museum in Stockholm. While still a student, he organised several exhibitions and published numerous books. In 1985, König became Professor of Art and the Public, a newly created position at the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf. Three years later, he accepted a professorship at the Städelschule Frankfurt, where he has served as president of this fine arts college since 1989. During this same period, he became founding director of Portikus, an exhibition hall in Frankfurt/Main. He has organised several large exhibitions, including Westkunst (1981) in the Messehallen, Cologne; von hier aus (1984) in the Messe, Düsseldorf; and Der zerbrochene Spiegel (1993) in Vienna and Hamburg. Together with Klaus Bußmann, he co-initiated and organised sculpture projects muenster in 1977 with following editions in 1987, 1997 and 2007. From 2000 to 2012 he was the Director of the Museum Ludwig, Cologne. Prof. König was Chief Curator of Manifesta 10, which took place at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, in 2014.

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    • Saturdays Live: Beth Collar, Probably, Like a Melon Rolling off a Table: Part II

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      Beth Collar presents a new performance as part of Saturdays Live, in the context of Reiner Ruthenbeck’s exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery. Performed with Alison Carter. Saturdays Live explore ideas and practices connected to Serpentine Galleries exhibitions and projects through performances, interventions and participatory actions. Free, no booking required. Beth Collar was born in Cambridge in 1984. Forthcoming projects include an artist book for David Roberts Art Foundation, London (2015); a solo exhibition at Friends Gallery, Glasgow (2015), a touring group exhibition at Glasgow Woman’s Library (2015). Recent performances include Hayward Gallery, London, Field Broadcast (online), Modern Art Oxford, Flat Time House, London and Jerwood Space, London. Recent exhibitions include Anatomy of Anxieties, Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong, 2014, SOME CHTHONIC SWAMP EXPERIENCE, a solo show at Tintype project space, London, 2014, Edition One, residency at Detroit, Bristol 2013/14; From script to reading to exhibition to performance to print, Rowing, London, 2013; Wendel! Open Your Door, Café Gallery, London, 2013; We Object, Aid and Abet, Cambridge, 2013, ANCIENT BRITAIN, solo presentation and residency at The Woodmill GP, London 2012; Whitechapel London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, 2012.

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      • Leon Golub 'Do It'

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        This film was produced by Leon Golub in 1995 as a contribution to the 'do it' project. Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, 'do it' began in Paris in 1993 as a conversation between Obrist and the artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier. Obrist was concerned with how exhibition formats could be rendered more flexible and open-ended. The result is an ongoing exhibition that consists of instructions set out by artists for anyone to follow.

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