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Mika Rottenberg, "Finger," 2019, Artificial finger and mechanical system, 3/4 x 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches; courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
Mika Rottenberg, Still from "Spaghetti Blockchain," 2019, Single-channel 4K video installation, 7.1 surround sound, color; 18:15 minutes; Produced by Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto; Arts at CERN, the arts program of the European Laboratory of Particle Physics, Geneva, with the support of the Permanent Mission of the United States to the United Nations, Geneva; Sprengel Museum, Hannover, with the support of Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung; and New Museum, New York.
Mika Rottenberg, "#11 with cabbage and ponytail," 2020, Plywood, aluminum, mechanical parts, plastic, hair, 43 1/4 x 25 x 16 1/8 inches, crank element with belt: 11 3/4 x 13 3/4 x 14 1/8 inches; photo by Jon Etter, courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
Zurich, Escher Wyss

Mika Rottenberg

Mika Rottenberg's debut exhibition at Hauser & Wirth follows the artist's interests in labor and value through sculptures, film, and installations.

June 11, 2021 - August 27, 2021

For Mika Rottenberg’s debut exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, the artist is presenting works across several mediums, including film, installation, and sculpture. On view through August 27, the show follows Rottenberg’s interest in labor and the production of value in a capitalist society through the works on view, like the sculptures Finger (which is more literal than you might expect) and Ponytail (Gray), along with her most recent video work, Spaghetti Blockchain—which saw took the artist on a journey to locations across the world from Maine to Geneva in search of establishments that utilize specific systems of production.

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Limmatstrasse 270, 8005 Zürich, Switzerland
Jun 11 - Aug 27
Hauser & Wirth
Mika Rottenberg
Mika Rottenberg's debut exhibition at Hauser & Wirth follows the artist's interests in labor and value through sculptures, film, and installations.

Exhibitions

Zurich, Lindehof |Exhibitions

Anh Duong: La Tentation d’existed. There is always Champagne in the Fridge

Anh Duong's exhibition “La Tentation d’existed. There is always Champagne in the Fridge” asks questions of self and identity.

Thomas Ruff: Works 1981—2020

Mai 36's exhibition of Thomas Ruff features new additions to the artist's "Tableaux chinois" series along with works dating back through 1981.

Lorenza Longhi: Minuet of Manners

Open at Kunsthalle Zurich through September 5, Lorenza Longhi’s “Minuet of Manners” encompasses every aspect of the gallery, including the furniture and the methods by which her works have been hung.

Kyle Dunn: The Fool

Galerie Maria Bernheim’s Zurich location presents the work of the artist Kyle Dunn for the first time ever with his exhibition “The Fool.”

William Forsythe: The Sense of Things

The first presentation to occupy the new David Chipperfield-designed Kunsthaus Zurich extension building is William Forsythe’s “The Sense of Things.”

Zaha Hadid: Abstracting the Landscape

For the fifth anniversary of the death of Zaha Hadid, Galerie Gmurzynska has presented “Abstracting the Landscape” in honor of the renowned architect.

Allen Ruppersberg: Collages

Open at Mai 36 Galerie through May 29 is Allen Ruppersberg’s first solo exhibition in Switzerland, “Collages.”

Sitara Abuzar Ghaznawi: LOVE/ terms and conditions

Sitara Abuzar Ghaznawi’s exhibition “LOVE/ terms and conditions” features new works.

Phyllida Barlow: small worlds

Phyllida Barlow’s exhibition “small worlds” at Hauser & Wirth features new sculptures, wall works, and drawings that are the product of the London lockdowns during 2020.

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