Andreas Slominski

  • Keep off the floor!
    June 24, 2017 - September 3, 2017
    Museum Jorn
    Gudenåvej 7-9
    Silkeborg, Denmark

    The presentation of Andreas Slominski’s art at Museum Jorn is the artist’s first solo exhibition in Denmark.

    The internationally renowned German concept and found-object artist Andreas Slominski (b.1959) is known for his humorous exploration of the art world. Inspired by the satirical Dada movement, the minimalist art of the 1960s, and Marcel Duchamp’s ready-mades that seek the artistic qualities of industrially produced objects and the messages contained in them, Slominski creates his own artistic universe. This includes e.g. modified everyday objects, devices for trapping animals and thoughts, conceivably walled-in body parts, assemblages of plastic portable toilets, or finds of a contemporary archaeological nature such as ice lolly sticks and dusters.


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    May 14, 2016 - August 21, 2016
    Museum Deichtorhallen
    Hamburg, Germany

    In his latest series of works, Andreas Slominski deals with portable toilets − "the human being in the voting booth" (Slominski) − which are part of the landscape of our cities. In the exhibition the artist will present some 200 of these mobile plastic toilets. Some of these portable toilets can be seen in a strange inversion as decorative pictorial objects on the wall – objects of a Mephistophelian view of the world. The fixtures of such portable toilets, including the urinal, the toilet seat, the toilet paper holder, and the ventilation pipe, are arranged on the walls or in the room like colorful panel paintings.

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  • Rüben
    May 7, 2016 - September 30, 2016
    Kunstprojekt Krauthügel
    Salzburg, Austria

    Opening: Saturday May 7, 2016 at 11am 

    Andreas Slominski was invited to make a site-specific outdoor sculpture for the third edition of the Krauthügel Art Project organized by the Salzburg Foundation in cooperation with the Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur and the Erzabtei St. Peter. The installation consists of a towering street and biking lane, a harvester and beets (Rüben in German) that are placed in the middle of a nature panorama. 

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  • Fondazione Prada Milan
    May 9, 2015 - May 9, 2015
    Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy

    On the occasion of the opening of the new Fondazione Prada Milan venue Andreas Slominski has created an installation titled Die Geburt des Buches aus dem Geiste der Natur (The birth of the book as the spirit of nature). In this space, which will house the library of the Fondazione, he presents two sculptures as well as a series of 16 paintings.

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  • Works from the Holtfreich collection
    January 25, 2014 - April 27, 2014
    Kunsthalle Bremen, Germany

    The Kunsthalle Bremen presents an exhibition of works by Andreas Slominski. The basis of the show is a generous permanent loan from the extensive collection of Bärbel and Manfred Holtfreich, who have continuously acquired works by the artist since 1986. It includes objects and sculptures, small-format editions, photographs and pictures from the most diverse phases of the artist’s work.


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    October 21, 2012 - January 13, 2013

    Andreas Slominski’s exhibition “Riding A Saddle Roof” at the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Belgium, showcases an all-encompassing project.

    The artist reflects on the relationship between form and function in order to provoke in the viewer a sense of unease and discomfort as he rethinks everyday life objects and situations.

    The exhibition consists in enigmatic structures that challenge the viewers’ ability to decipher the relationship between the design and the purpose of the artwork and thus creates a unique yet haunting experience.

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    June 3, 2012 - October 1, 2012

    The garden of the Villa Schöningen welcomes the exhibition "WALLS" by Andreas Slominski. Five walls are built, you can follow us to the construction process until June the 3rd.

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