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MARKUS SCHALLER EXHIBITED IN SALZBURG, 06.19

Congratulations to Markus Schaller, who is currently on exhibit in Salzburg, Austria as part of a group exhibition at Galerie Nikolaus Ruzicksa. The exhibition, FeldPhantom is curated by artist Katja Strunz, and open May 22- June 19, 2019.


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SEATTLE ART FAIR 2018

Gallery Jones is pleased to be participating in the Seattle Art Fair from August 2–6, 2018. We will be exhibiting work by our artists Fiona Ackerman, Pierre Coupey, Yehouda Chaki, Bradley Harms, Cole Morgan, Enn Erisalu, Ross Penhall, Markus Schaller and Brad Howe. Please find us at booth K03.


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SUMMER BREAKS GROUP SHOW

Exhibition Dates: July 7 – September 1, 2018


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REFLECTIONS ON SPACE GARDEN, 10.18

German sculptor Katja Strunz has written some personal reflections on Markus Schaller’s new body of work, Space Garden. Strunz comments intuitively on the role of sculpture in the digital age, where the body and objects often “disappear.”

“In his essay Gegenkörper (counter body) philosopher Bjung Chul Han (Professor at the University of Arts (UdK) in Berlin) reflects on a poem by the austrian novelist Peter Handtke: the slight pressure you need to open an old iron door makes you happy. You need to lean against an old door to open it. The electric door however does not make a stand against the human body. And within digital structures, resistance, the resistance of an object, even more the object itself, gets lost…”


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MARKUS SCHALLER, SPACE GARDEN

Exhibition dates: November 23 – January 13, 2018


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“THE EASIEST THING IN THE WORLD”, THOUGHTS ON MARKUS SCHALLER’S APPROACH TO ART, 03.17

Read a thoughtful description of Markus Schaller’s approach to art, written by Wieland Schmied (available in both English and German). 


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MARKUS SCHALLER ON ART DAILY, 08.08

An article on Art Daily relates Markus Schaller to his sculptures in the lead up to an exhibition in Berlin, 2008.