Pascal Robert

Exhibition views

“Past Beyond Tomorrow”

TM Project, Geneva (CH)
2010

 


Exhibition view “Past Beyond Tomorrow”, 2010, TMproject, Geneva

Blackout II – The philosopher portrait (Seelenbild ‘Søren Kierkegaard’)
China ink and ink on paper, 219 x 150 cm (86.2 x 59.1 inches), 2010


Exhibition view “Past Beyond Tomorrow”, 2010, TMproject, Geneva

Blackout II – The philosopher portrait (Seelenbild ‘Karl Jaspers’)
China ink and ink on paper, 219 x 150 cm (86.2 x 59.1 inches), 2010

 



 Exhibition view “Past Beyond Tomorrow”, 2010, TMproject, Geneva

Blackout II – The writer portrait (Seelenbild ‘Berthold Brecht’)
China ink and ink on paper, 180 x 120 cm (70.9 x 47.25 inches), 2010

Abstract energy portrait ‘Wladimir Jewgrafowitsch Tatlin’ (Владимир Евграфович Татлин)
Color pencil on paper, 40 x 30 cm (15.75 x 11.8 inches), 2010

(בְּרֵאשִׁית‎ ) ‘Im Anfang’
Video, 4’53”, color, no sound channel, ( loop), 2004 – 2010


Exhibition view “Past Beyond Tomorrow”, 2010, TMproject, Geneva

Blackout II – The philosopher portrait (Seelenbild ‘Karl Jaspers’)
China ink and ink on paper, 219 x 150 cm (86.2 x 59.1 inches), 2010

‘Past Beyond Tomorrow’ (sketch)
Pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm (11.8 x 15.75 inches), 2010


Past exhibitions (2009):

“Shapes of existence”

The Adlon, Berlin. December 2009

Exhibition of Pascal Robert, First international Kempinski Fellow in visual arts (Istanbul and Berlin)
Mentor: David Galloway, curator and art critic (ARTnews and International Herald Tribune)
Text contributions: Oliver Orest Tschirky, art critic and independent curator

Exhibition view “Shapes of existence”, 2009, The Adlon, Berlin

Exhibition view “Shapes of existence”, 2009, The Adlon, Berlin


Exhibition view “Shapes of existence”, 2009, The Adlon, Berlin

 



Exhibition view “Shapes of existence”, 2009, The Adlon, Berlin

Anatomy of one’s own, 2009, performance, two days during eight hours
Live transmission of my own heart beats via stethoscope, microphones and loudspeakers in front of the video ‘Istiklal Street istanbul’, 2009, color, 60 min, 
no sound channel, loop

Exhibition view “Be Blue”, 2009, Laleh June Galerie, Basel

Portrait Cris Faria, 2010, color pencil on paper, 70 x 50 cm,  Portrait Corinna Corona, 2010, color pencil on paper, 70 x 50 cm

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