Janosch Jauch, artist in residence during March and April 2020

Janosch Jauch, artist in residence during March and April 2020

We welcome the new artist in residence at Homesession during the months of March and April: Janosch Jauch

Janosch Jauch (*1985 Karlsruhe, Germany) lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany. He graduated in sculpture and painting at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf 2014, under the teaching of Georg Herold, Andreas Gursky and Ludger Schwarte
He has shown his work at Galeria Joan Prats (2019, Barcelona), Kunsthaus Essen (2019), Bistrot21 (2018, Leipzig), Storage Capacité (2018, Berlin), Swab (2018, Barcelona), Espositivo (2018, Madrid), Museum Kunstpalast (2013, Düsseldorf), among other places.


29 August, opening Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

29 August, opening Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

Opening 29.08-2019


@Marko Stojanović, UNEARTHED; Barcelona, 2019



All homes in the world are interconnected through an electrical grid.This earthed system makes our appliances work: turning on and off, batteries charging, electrical shutters closing, alarms and microwaves beeping, shavers buzzing, lights flickering, air conditioners whooshing, refrigerators gurgling.

The wellbeing we enjoy comes into question whenever we notice an unusual act, an intervention such as a wallpaper print that simulates an open space, used as a mere decoration of a closed one.

In these eclectic moments, it appears to us that humanity, more than ever, needs earthing.

Marko Stojanović is the artist in residence at Homesession during July and August 2019, as part of the Exchange program with Belgrade Air (Serbia)

Marko Stojanović (1982) graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He held solo exhibitions in DeStil Tirana, Albania (2018), DOB Gallery, Belgrade (2016), Cultural Center Novi Sad (2016), U10 Art Space, Beograd (2016), Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2011), Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia (2007), Academy of Art Jalapa, University of Veracruz, Mexico (2007), Remont Gallery, Beograd (2006), etc. He was a participant of the 48th October Salon in Belgrade;Terminal00, Ljubljana; Grifon, Graphic Collective, Belgrade; BJCEM, Bari; Micronaratives, Musée Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne; Giovani Artisti Serbi, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Palazzo Forti, Verona; Second hand, Cvijeta Zuzorić Pavillion, Belgrade etc.His work is part of collections of the City of Belgrade, Telenor Foundation, Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, Lasalle-Sia College of the Arts Singapore and many others. For the last couple of years he is on a permanent travel. Officially, he lives in Belgrade.

With the collaboration of Belgrade Air (Serbia)