|Tom Johnson||Jan Kopp|
|JAN KOPP (Frankfurt, Germany, 1970)|
|WORKS I CV|
Jan Kopp's work infiltrates the social machinery, the gears of meaning production, to uncover and to question the assimilation of the symbolic. Contrasting images created with borrowed or inherited material and appealing to their connotations, Kopp tries to revise and invert their meanings. Recently he has had individual shows in the la Galerie Maisonneuve (Paris), Martos Gallery (New York) and the FRAC Alsace (France). His work has also been shown in group exhibitions in such institutions as: PS1 (New York), the Moscow Biennal, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Guangzhou (China), Shedhalle (Zurich), Kunsthalle Tirol (Austria) or the ICC (Tokyo).= = =
| Polyesterene and plaster. 400 x 600 cm.
|Parabole (2008). Polyesterene and plaster. 400 x 600 cm.|