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Bunny Rogers, "Self-portrait as Clone of Jeanne d’Arc (Last Bell Joan)", 2019, 200.5 x 163 x 7.5 cm, print on aluminum, silver-plated; © Bunny Rogers, courtesy of the artist and Hamburger Bahnhof.
Bunny Rogers, "Self-portrait as Clone of Jeanne d’Arc (Vanessa Joan)", 2019, 200.5 x 163 x 7.5 cm, print on aluminum, silver-plated; © Bunny Rogers, courtesy of the artist and Hamburger Bahnhof.
Bunny Rogers, installation view, "Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc" at Hamburger Bahnhof; courtesy of the artist and Hamburger Bahnhof.
Berlin, Berlin-Mitte

Bunny Rogers: Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc

On view at Hamburger Bahnhof is Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc (2019), an installation by Bunny Rogers, addressing the complexities of youthful femininity.

October 25, 2020 - February 28, 2021

On view at Hamburger Bahnhof  is Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc (2019),  an installation by Bunny Rogers, addressing the complexities of youthful femininity. Rogers draws inspiration from characters in television series, video games and the internet. Through personal and pop-culture references, her work explores themes of identity, sensitivity and vulnerability, as well as friendship and marginalisation. Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc is a 15-part, large-format series, where the artist takes on the role of Joan of Arc’s alter ego, reimagining her character in the animation series Clone High. The works represent the artist in different everyday life situations and transform the exhibition space into an atmospheric stage filled with pop-culture references and emotions.

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Invalidenstraße 50-51, 10557 Berlin, Germany
Oct 25 - Feb 28
Hamburger Bahnhof
Bunny Rogers: Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc
On view at Hamburger Bahnhof is Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc (2019), an installation by Bunny Rogers, addressing the complexities of youthful femininity.

Exhibitions

Berlin, Mitte |Exhibitions

Robert Irwin

At Sprüth Magers, Berlin, Robert Irwin continues his exploration of seeing and moving through the world through two bodies of new work.

Nancy Holt: Mirrors of Light

Sprüth Magers is presenting its first-ever exhibition of the late artist Nancy Holt, surrounding the titular installation Mirrors of Light.

Andro Wekua: It Seems Like That

An exhibition of new works by Andro Wekua, "It Seems Like That" marks a shift, moving toward more simplistic imagery in his multilayered works.

Mies in Mind

Part of Berlin’s SUNDAY OPEN programming, Sprüth Magers's "Mies in Mind" is a tribute to the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

Marc Padeu: the world is Ours

Marc Padeu's “the world is Ours” features a suite of cinematic canvases portraying imagery of family life.

Brent Wadden

Berlin’s Peres Projects is showcasing an exhibition of Brent Wadden’s geometric abstractions, made through a combination of weaving and painting.

Gilbert & George: THE PARADISICAL PICTURES

Sprüth Magers is showing British artist duo Gilbert & George’s exhibition, “THE PARADISICAL PICTURES” through August 25.

Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger

Museum Berggruen’s “Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger” brings together works from Pablo Picasso’s late series of the same name and presented with relevant works by other artists.

Nicholas Grafia: Free Verse Spirit

Nicholas Grafia’s exhibition “Free Verse Spirit” poses questions on how to approach difficult topics in art.

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