Carol Rhodes

 

 

2.2. – 5.5.2024

In February 2024, Haus am Waldsee presents parallel exhibitions by the American artist Jenna Bliss (b. 1984) and the Scottish painter Carol Rhodes (1959–2018). The use of temporally or spatially distanced perspectives to reveal new angles on established narratives are characteristic of both artists’ work. By combining everyday observations, speculations, and meticulous research, the two exhibitions form a space in which fact and fiction meet and the larger bearing of structural human intervention becomes tangible.

 

Press preview: Thu, Feb 1, 2024, 11 am

The exhibition is supported by: 

Hauptstadtkulturfonds
Haus am Waldsee – Freunde und Förderer e.V.

 

 

Press Release

 

 

 

Press images

Carol Rhodes, Roads, Buildings (Evening), 2013-14. Oil on board. 51 x 53 cm. Courtesy Toby Treves

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Carol Rhodes, Pond Area, 2008-09. Oil on board. 50 x 57 cm. Courtesy Collection Charles Asprey

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Carol Rhodes, Construction Site, 2003. Oil on board. 57 x 50 cm. Courtesy Collection Charles Asprey

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Carol Rhodes, Coal, 2008-09. Oil on board. 54 x 64 cm. Courtesy Bonnefanten Maastricht and Alison Jacques, London

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Carol Rhodes, River, Roads, 2013. Pencil on paper. 50 x 57 cm. Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London

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Carol Rhodes, Aeroplane, 1993, , Courtesy Private Collection. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Carol Rhodes, Construction Site, 2003, Courtesy Collection Charles Asprey. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Right: Carol Rhodes, Trees and Works, 2001, , Courtesy Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation; Left: Hillside, 2009, Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Carol Rhodes, Hillside, 2009 (Detail). Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London, photo: Frank Sperling

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Carol Rhodes, Flood Plain (Breach), 2005 (Detail). Courtesy Lord Marland of Odstock, photo: Frank Sperling

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Left: Carol Rhodes, Untitled, 2007-08; Middle: Picnic Site, 1997; Right: Geothermal Site, ca. 2014-15, Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Carol Rhodes, Roads, Buildings (Evening), 2013-14. Oil on board. 51 x 53 cm. Courtesy Toby Treves

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Carol Rhodes, Construction Site, 2003. Oil on board. 57 x 50 cm. Courtesy Collection Charles Asprey

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Carol Rhodes, River, Roads, 2013. Pencil on paper. 50 x 57 cm. Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London

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Carol Rhodes, Construction Site, 2003, Courtesy Collection Charles Asprey. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Carol Rhodes, Hillside, 2009 (Detail). Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London, photo: Frank Sperling

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Left: Carol Rhodes, Untitled, 2007-08; Middle: Picnic Site, 1997; Right: Geothermal Site, ca. 2014-15, Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Carol Rhodes, Pond Area, 2008-09. Oil on board. 50 x 57 cm. Courtesy Collection Charles Asprey

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Carol Rhodes, Coal, 2008-09. Oil on board. 54 x 64 cm. Courtesy Bonnefanten Maastricht and Alison Jacques, London

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Carol Rhodes, Aeroplane, 1993, , Courtesy Private Collection. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Right: Carol Rhodes, Trees and Works, 2001, , Courtesy Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation; Left: Hillside, 2009, Courtesy Carol Rhodes Estate and Alison Jacques, London. Installation view Carol Rhodes, Haus am Waldsee, 2024, photo: Frank Sperling

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Carol Rhodes, Flood Plain (Breach), 2005 (Detail). Courtesy Lord Marland of Odstock, photo: Frank Sperling

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