We produce solo and group exhibitions. For the group exhibitions, we concentrate on exhibitions, often performative, which investigate the structures of presentation and dissemination of art, its narrative potential and links with history.
All the solo presentations at DRAF are made and curated especially for the space. We invite artists to produce solo exhibitions that resonate, initiate dialogue, or sometimes argue with our space, history and philosophy. They range from ambitious environmental installations to long-term research in the artist’s archives. Invited artists included Jason Dodge, Nina Beier and Marie Lund, Damien Roach, Oscar Tuazon, Keren Cytter, Miriam Cahn, Lydia Gifford, Benoit Maire, Nina Beier.
The short-term interventions in the space are usually small or medium-size displays which address a particular formal, historical or conceptual issue. Exhibitions include works from our collection as well as new productions that do not necessarily enter the collection. Importantly, we aim at an intimate and direct experience with the art work.