Rudolf Stingel

Rudolf Stingel
Untitled, 2004
Oil and enamel on canvas
240 x 193.7 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled, 2004
Oil and enamel on canvas
240 x 193.7 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled
2007
Enamel and oil on linen
241 x 193 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled
2007
Enamel and oil on linen
241 x 193 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled
1993
Oil and enamel on canvas
99 x 99 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled
1993
Oil and enamel on canvas
99 x 99 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled (Plan B)
2008
Oil and enamel on canvas
170.2 x 134.6 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled (Plan B)
2008
Oil and enamel on canvas
170.2 x 134.6 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled
2010
Oil and enamel on canvas
304.8 x 243.8 cm
Rudolf Stingel
Untitled
2010
Oil and enamel on canvas
304.8 x 243.8 cm


Rudolf Stingel, (born in Merano, Italy, 1956) is widely celebrated for his multi-disciplinary practice, encompassing painting, installation, sculpture and performance. Amongst his most important public contributions are his 2003 ‘celotex’ pavilion at the Venice Biennale, his 2004 ‘Plan B’ installation at Grand Central Terminal, New York, his 2007 touring retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and his solo exhibition at the Palazzo Grassi, Venice (2013). Stingel lives and works in both Merano and New York.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2016
Gagosian Gallery, New York: ‘Rudolf Stingel, Part III’
Gagosian Gallery, New York: ‘Rudolf Stingel, Part II’

2015
Gagosian Gallery, New York: ‘Rudolf Stingel, Part I’ 
Sadie Coles HQ, London: ‘Rudolf Stingel’
Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong: ‘Rudolf Stingel’

2013
Palazzo Grassi, Venice: ‘Rudolf Stingel’

2007
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago: 'Rudolf Stingel: Paintings 1987-2007'
(travelled to Whitney Museum of American Art, New York)
 
2004
Grand Central Terminal, New York: 'Plan B’
(travelled to Walker American Arts Centre, Minneapolis)

2003
Italian Pavilion, 50th Venice Biennale, Venice: ‘Songni e Conflitti: La dittatura della spettatore’

2001
Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Roverto, Italy: 'Rudolf Stingel'

1993
45th International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale, Venice: ‘Aperto ’93: Emergency/Emerganza’

Suggested Reading

Catalogues

All are available at the gallery for reference.

Rudolf Stingel and Elena Geuna, Rudolf Stingel: Palazzo Grassi, Milan 2013.
Rudolf Stingel, Secession, Revolver Publishing, Berlin 2012.
Kittelmann Jager and Walther Konig, Rudolf Stingel: Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin, exh. cat., Berlin 2011.
Hatje Cantz and Gary Carrion-Murayari eds.,  Rudolf Stingel at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and the Whitney Museum of American Art, exh. cat., New York 2008.
Francesco Bonami eds., Rudolf Stingel, exh. cat., Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and Yale University Press, New Haven 2007.
Rudolf Stingel, exh. cat., Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporeanea, Italy 2001.

Articles

Wendy Vogel, “Rudolf Stingel,” Modern Painters, January 2015.
David Ebony, “Rudolf Stingel,” Art in America, 13th March 2014.
Gareth Harris, “Stingel Prettifies Pinaults Palazzo,” The Art Newspaper, April 2012.
Marco Tagliafierro, “Rudolf Stingel,” Artforum, Summer 2012.
Gary Murayari, “Rudolf Stingel,” Flash Art, October 2008.
John Zinsser, “Rudolf Stingel, Whitney Museum,” Flash Art, November 2007.
Jerry Saltz, “Icons and Iconoclasts,” Village Voice, 9th March 2005.

Public Collections

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Tate Modern, London.
Saatchi Gallery, London.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.