TICK TACK is proud to present “Disorder”, a total take-over by the world-renowned contemporary German artist Anselm Reyle.
Reyle is known for incorporating the vocabulary of European Modernism into his expansive repertoire of large-scale paintings, neon installations, and sculptures. Recurring materials include colored foils from shop window displays, mirrors, automotive lacquer and discarded everyday garbage found in urban areas.
With TICK TACK's brutalist monument and grand glass facade as his bold canvas, Reyle is about to present a metamorphic experience — reshaping the raw essence of the space into an unparalleled total installation with both a day and night scenario. Disorder challenges the boundaries between ‘high art’ and ‘low culture’, inviting you to enter an explosive visual scenery featuring a curated selection of works from 2008 to the present.
Born in Tübingen, Germany, in 1970, Reyle has garnered international acclaim with solo exhibitions at prestigious galleries such as König, Almine Rech, Gagosian, and Gavin Brown, as well as iconic institutions like Tate Modern, Kunsthalle Zürich, Deichtorhallen and Neuer Aachener Kunstverein. His works find a home in significant public collections worldwide, including Fondation Louis Vuitton and Centre Pompidou in Paris, Nationalgalerie and Boros Collection in Berlin, and the Pinault Collection in Venice.
Artists: Anselm Reyle