artists & participants
Time Extended / 1964 - 1978. Part I
September 25, 2016 – June 30, 2017
Time Extended / 1964 - 1978. Part II
September 17, 2017 – June 03, 2018
Time Extended / 1964 - 1978. Part III
September 30, 2018 – June 02, 2019
Time Extended / 1964 – 1978 focuses on the period surrounding the historic events of 1968, which also constitutes the outset of the Herbert Collection. The social shifts occurring in these years, as well as the contact with the artists and a number of progressive gallery owners, determined Annick and Anton Herbert’s vision with regards to collecting.
The title of the exhibition refers to Time Extended / Distance Extended, a work from 1969 by Dan Graham, which is part of the Herbert Collection. The apparent opposition between, on the one hand, outlining the period ’1964-1978’ and, on the other hand, ‘extending’ time, characterises the intention of the exhibition. Because, even though the presented works and documents are unmistakably connected to the period in which they were created, their content is also very valuable from a contemporary perspective.
Stretched out over the ground floor and first floor of the Exhibition Space, Time Extended / 1964-1978 presents works by, among others, Carl Andre, Art & Language, Daniel Buren, Gilbert & George, On Kawara, Mario Merz, Niele Toroni and Lawrence Weiner. The selection of Artworks is framed by a substantial number of Documents: artists’ books, posters, invitation cards and magazines. These documents provide a substantive and contextual enrichment of the presented works, and corroborate the unity of the presentation.
A catalogue with contributions by Lynda Morris, Samantha Ismail- Epps and Laura Hanssens accompanies the exhibition.