Experience documenta in a whole new way this year! During documenta fifteen, misa.art releases 100 works in 100 days online, discovering 100 different documenta-exhibited artists from past decades until today. The exclusive collection grows with one artwork being dropped each day and is available for sale on misa.art.
Every five years, the art world has its eyes on Kassel, when one of the most important exhibitions for contemporary art takes place: documenta turns the whole city into an iridescent art space 100 days long. With a special concept, misa.art brings the fascination of documenta into the web and makes documenta art experienceable and accessible for everyone. With “100 days, 100 works” misa.art puts one artwork a day on sale for 100 days from June 18th to September 25th. The concept puts the spotlight on 100 various artists, who have been exhibited in Kassel in the past, explores how documenta has evolved within the last decades and discovers established as well as emerging positions.
Within those 100 days, collectors and art lovers will see works by the likes of Per Kirkeby, Anna Oppermann, Cosima von Bonin, Rune Mields or Thomas Hirschhorn drop exclusively available on misa.art. The documenta-collection unites artworks from different periods of time and reflects on the works shown in Kassel from the very first exhibition onwards until today. By making exclusive pieces available online, misa.art shares a glimpse into documenta art and sets yet another step towards the democratization of the art world.
With this vision in mind, misa.art aims to be an addition to the on-site exhibition in Kassel. Documenta fifteen revolves around collectives and how they create together. Curated by Indonesian artist group ruangrupa, the 2022 edition showcases works by international collectives from June 18th until September 25th.
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Anna Oppermann, Künstler sein (Zeichnen nach der Natur, zum Beispiel Lindenblätter), 1969-1985, Installation view documenta 6, Kassel 1977
Martha Rosler, Kassel gardens (from perspective of a mole), via ack-online.de / seen on hellokassel.com