Approach in Love and Fear
Approach in Love and Fear is the title of the installation presented by Jimmie Durham at Documenta IX in 1992, installed at the ground floor of the Fridericianum in Kassel, Germany. Its central pieces were Durham’s Jesus figure and Treff, setting the tone for all the other smaller pieces located in the space around it (see linked items ). Outside, other pieces located around a nearby park completed the ensemble, such as the long PVC tube emerging from the waters of the river Aue and two stones displayed side-by-side, one labeled as “from the mountain” and the other “from the Red Palace”.
Read Bart de Baere’s text about Jimmie Durham’s work in Documenta IX in the assets bellow.
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13 June 1992 - 20 September 1992.
The 9th edition of Documenta was curated by Jan Hoet and had no general theme or title. Read an article about the exhibition.
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In the list of works bellow you will find a selection of installations and works of Jimmie Durham made for public space.
Jimmie Durham 1980 - 1993
In the period between 1973 and 1979 Jimmie Durham was full-time involved with the American Indian Movement and did not make art. He was the d
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Untitled (Amenemope, an E...
Jimmie Durham, Untitled (Amenemope, an Egyptian soldier, 1370 BC), 1992. Sculpture, wood, iron, bone, paper, 45 x 30 cm.
Jesus. Es geht um die Wur...
Jimmie Durham, Jesus. Es geht um die Wurst [Jesus. It's about the Sausage], 1992. Sculpture, wood, iron, steel, ink, paper, acrylic, mud, glue, 152 x 40 x 113 cm.