Sanguine/Bloedrood

Sanguine/Bloedrood, 2018

Exhibition view at Prada Foundation, Milan, IT

Through a number of exceptional loans, curator Luc Tuymans brings national and international masterpieces to Antwerp. Sanguine/Bloedrood is a visually opulent and challenging exhibition that brings old masters into the experimental spaces of contemporary art. This exhibition is a joint organisation of the M HKA, Studio Luc Tuymans and the KMSKA, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp and Fondazione Prada.

Płot

Płot, 2017

Exhibition view at Galeria Arsenal, Poznan, PL

Dis-connected

Dis-connected, 2014

Exhibition view ŻAK | BRANICKA

The exhibition reflects upon the issues addressed in Lejman\'s most recentworks, and stresses more than ever the position of the artist as critically and politically`dis/connected.´ Lejman criticizes the stance of political art: “What do I think of the artist´s role inbeing able to make political commentaries?” He believes that he has no ability to change the world.He feels powerless and disconnected, which allows him to use mass media images differently.

Far Too Close

Far Too Close, 2012

Exhibition view Yumiko Chiba Associates Viewing Room Shinjuku

Far Too Close

Far Too Close, 2011

Exhibition view ŻAK | BRANICKA

The exhibitionʼs title, “Far too Close”, refers to the macro- and microscale at the same time. Whileobserved from a distance Lejman offers us a superior structure, a molecular-like order of interpersonalrelationships arise when we approach the work.

Afterparty

Afterparty, 2009

Exhibition view ŻAK | BRANICKA

The Afterparty is set at a strange apex of suspension. Does it have an end point? Or could it be apermanent state? The moment when music still drips out of the ears and alcohol wades around in thebrain, and when broken glass groans underfoot. The Afterparty is the end of levity. Exactly at this moment, these few seconds whentime has delayed itself, is the topic of Domink Lejman´s work.