"Katzenjammer Kollection" Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WHAT- Katzenjammer Kollection of Konceptual Art
WHEN - Thursday, December -5tk 2002 7-11pm during
WHERE- 180 NE 39th Street Buena Vista Building 1 St. floor,
During the -Art Basel and Art Miami Art Fairs Kittv and Herb Katzenjammer
The renowned Katzenjammer Kollection is widely regarded as one of the most important Kollections Of Kontemporary Konceptual art in Florida and the world. IncIuding , such famous artist.-, a.,; Kee Pooh Kah, Nan Kultigan, Donna Knechier , Thomas Kraff and Kiki Karl.,The Katzenjammer Kollection is a stronghold of prestige and influence and is nothing short of a testimonial to the extraordinary taste and knowledge of it's proprietors Kitty and Herb Ketzenjammer.
Bitten by the art bug after accidentally wandering into the landmark avant-gardist exhibit SENSATIONS mounted by the Saatchi Public Relations Moguls at the British Royal Academy in 1999, Kitty and Herb Katzenjammer have been collecting cutting edge art ever since.
A year later their unique Kollection is exhibited the world over and mav soon be set up as a private museum with a temporary exhibition program where the Katzenjammer's can exercise the magic touch that has characterized their voyage into art.
The exhibition of selected work from the Katzerjammer Kollection was curated bv their private curator, the famous Viennese art writer Brunte Klaz,, and will include the well known portrait of the Katzenjammer's by photographer Thomas Kraff. The giant photo has been described as an important work by an important artist. Also included, an installation by Kiki Karl, who s well known iconography is clearly a unique contribution to the dialogue of contemporary art.
No less compelling a response to disturbing trends in contemporary culture is the testes and ovary piece by Middle Eastern Artist Karim al Zog, or the ungraspably profound work of Anorra Kawani. Art lovers will also undoubtedly respond to Donna Koechler's magical appropriations of cultural constructs or Kee Poob Kah's lead balloons a complex interplay of object and subject if there was one. More sobering are the post Marxist. post Feminist, post black photos by Natt Kulligan., or the deep implications of the photo oeuvre of Hilari Krump.