Daria Martin, Schering Stiftung Projektraum

 

Marco Schuler

Art Award 2007 Nominee

Born in 1972 in Bühl/Baden, lives and works in Munich.

Centering on the relationship of the human body to its spatial environment, Marco Schuler's artwork deals with this subject matter both performatively and sculpturally. For his objects, Schuler uses simple materials such as cardboard, wooden four-by-fours, canvas and tar. His sculptures make us feel the tension between the search for transcendence and an immediate physical-spatial experience.

  • 1993 Studied Philosophy, University of Freiburg
  • 1994–2001 Studied Sculpture, Munich Academy of Fine Arts
  • 1998 Master-class Student of Olaf Metzel, Munich Academy of Fine Arts
  • 2003 Assistant of Olaf Metzel

Stipends and Honors (Selection)

  • 2002 DAAD–Project Stipend, Los Angeles
  • 2003 Award of the City of Munich – Studio Stipend of the Christoph Merian Foundation, Basel, in Rotterdam
  • 2004 Bavarian State Award for Fine Arts Solo and Group Exhibitions (Selection)
  • 2000 ins, Haus der Kunst, Munich
  • 2001 transmediale, Berlin
  • 2002 Longham Gallery, South Normandie, Los Angeles (S), Marco Schuler, Galerie im Tor, Emmendingen (S) - Suchmaschine, Zeppelinmuseum, Friedrichshafen (S) - everything is beautiful, Galerien der Stadt Esslingen am Neckar, Villa Merkel, Esslingen
  • 2003 März, April, Mai 2003, Stichting Kaus Australis, Rotterdam (S) - 4x4, Galerie Charles Schumann, Munich - TENT, Witte de With, Rotterdam - Einblicke, Haus der Kunst, Munich
  • 2004 Rote Zelle, Munich (S) - Dreiklang. Video Skulptur Fotografie, Wilma Tolksdorf Art Gallery, Frankfurt/Main
  • 2005 Atelier Bischoff, Lahr (S) - Here is always somewhere else, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam & IDFA International Documentary Filmfestival, Amsterdam
  • 2006 YBA, Gagosian-Gallery, 4th Berlin Biennial, Berlin

S = Solo Exhibition

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