Founded by Caro Jost in 2014.
A non-profit art space with the focus on an exchange of ideas and international art projects, in which the classical roles between artist, gallery, museum, curator and collector are (to be) disbanded.
Mail-Art & Streetprints. A project to visualize time, distance and movement.
Handmade postcards (Edition of 150) sent by mail from the cities where also a Streetprint was made:
2006: London, New York
2007: Sevilla, Berlin
2008: Prague, Hong Kong, Veszprém, Miami Beach
2009: Madrid, Istanbul, Moscow
2010: Bayreuth, New York
Tokyo, Venice, Montauk, Paris
2012: Muscat, Kassel, Milano
2013: Rome, Jerusalem
2014: Oslo, Athens, Toronto, Havana
2015: Amsterdam, Los Angeles
2016: Helsinki, Vienna, Munich
2017: Bilbao, Luxembourg, Turin
2018: Abu Dhabi, Copenhagen, Taipei
2019: Dubai, Malmö
2020: Riga, Neuschwanstein
2022: Sharjah, Black Mountain, Washington, Provincetown
2023: Sils-Maria, New York, Cluj, Tbilisi
SEE YOU – the workwear collection, 2023
First collaboration of artist Caro Jost and designer Tom Rebl. Both creatives merged their artistic approach and created the workwear inspired capsule collection ´SEE YOU`. The 22 unique and hand-made pieces were presented in a guerilla fashion show, supported by live music from Ubu Imperator.
GIER UNTER ULMEN – Poster by Caro Jost
Cooperation between Residenztheater and Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
Premiere: March 5, 2022 GIER UNTER ULMEN by Eugene O’Neill
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
May 17 – July 27, 2022 >>
Katharina Hinsberg, Feldern (Farben)
Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt
Intended change of the installation of the artist Katharina Hinsberg together with Tim Freiwald. May 2021
ONE NIGHT AT SCHUMANN`S
Museum of the City of Munich
Permanent installation reffering to the former location of the Schumann´s Bar, Maximilianstr. 36, Munich (1982 – 2003)
for you for me, Garching, 2019
Von Seifenblasen zu Sprechblasen, Munich, 2018
HITTING THE HIGH NOTES
by Karin Sander
Performance (Saxophone) at Herkulessaal, Munich, November 2017
Oil, paper, digital print on shaped canvas
each 47 x 71 x 6 inch || 120 x 180 x 15 cm
“Fack ju göthe 3” by Bora Dagtekin, Constantin Film, Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2017
Steven Aalders at LodenFrey
curated by Caro Jost
Arnold Odermatt, Weegee, Caro Jost
Lecture by Prof. Dr. Klaus Volk: “Die Wahrheit vor Gericht…”
Notel by Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, 2016
Installation, wallpaper made of original law gazettes
500 drawings on law gazettes
With the friendly support of Verlag C.H. Beck
WHICH WALLS DO YOU TALK TO?
Two workplaces, one artist. Caro Jost established a connection between her studio and an inner courtyard at Türkenstrasse, Munich.
A side-specific installation with the support of hw.design ART PROJECT, 2014.
Winner of Red Dot Award by Design Zentrum NRW, Essen
Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, 2014
Tape, chain ring, chain, padlock, steel ladder on wheels, used fire alarm boxes. The visit to the scene of the crime as a methapher of leaving traces, rise and fall, cause identification and searching marks.
by Marcus H. Rosenmüller and Caro Jost
Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, 2013
The Munich – New York Art Project
Daily photo transfer, New York 2000 – 2001
2001 in New York City, where a year earlier, Caro had begun her career as an artist at the Art Students League. Riveted by the pulsating life in this city of winners and losers, the artist began putting together her personal archive of material and photographs. Even today, her time spent there continues to determine the paths she pursues in her work in general.
In order to establish a connection between Munich and New York computer screens were installed in publicly accessible locations in the city center of Munich. Everyday Caro Jost took a digital photo in New York, send it to Munich via Internet, and was displayed each day on the screens. These daily pictures showed the progression of Caro Jost´s work, as well as reflected trends and influences in the New York art Scene.
DOCUMENTA (13) is everywhere
New York City, November 2010
„Caro Jost is a tracker and a tracer. Her working method is investigative: inquiring and revealing, but not in a voyeuristic manner. With sensitivity, she links historical and very personal aspects together. By carefully interweaving the threads of her own story and her own perspective with elements of the bygone past, she creates a level of self-reflection, in which she not only finds herself, but also allows the observer to do the same. Streetprints are the basic for all her works. Installations and projects are based upon this concept as well.”
Anna Wondrak, 2013 || Curator Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt