Art and fashion have so much to do with each other. But when I watch people work on a photo shoot, for example, I see something in fashion that I could never really do with art. There’s a way of being in the present, in the now, that I can’t approach. In making art, I always feel like I’m somewhere a little bit into the future or a little bit back in the past. — Anne Imhof
Following presentations at the Tate Modern, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Castello do Rivoli, the fourth iteration of Anne Imhof’s SEX is a three-and-a-half hour film incorporating footage from the London performance with a new score—a sonic deconstruction of the original music by Imhof, Eliza Douglas, and Billy Bultheel.
Now on view in Denmark, the film is screening through the end of the month. See link below for details.
Through August 29.
Statens Museum for Kunst—X-Room
National Gallery of Denmark
Sølvgade 48-50, Copenhagen.
Anne Imhof, Statens Museum for Kunst, X-Room, National Gallery of Denmark, April 12, 2021–August 29, 2021, from top: Sex, 2021, still; (foreground) Untitled, 2019 (detail); Sex, 2021, still; Untitled, 2019; Sex, 2021, still. Images © Anne Imhof, courtesy of the artist, Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne/New York, and Sprüth Magers, Berlin/London/Los Angeles, photographs by Frida Gregersen.