• Marcus Geiger and Axel Huber

    Engholm Engelhorn

    Marcus Geiger is known as a master of understatement. A relentless antitoxin in the operating system of the art world, he does what he can to resist the principles of the marketplace and its eternal quest for increased value, to oppose the co-opting force of elitism, and to rehabilitate the ordinary and the quotidian. He uses the simplest materials, such as terry cloth and felt, with a persistent and pointed refusal of meaning. In short, Geiger regularly thumbs his nose at the art industry and the ways it assigns value.

    Casually disregarding the invitation to mount a solo show—a professionally

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