10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art 9.6.–9.9.2018

Petrit Halilaj

*1986 in Skënderaj/Kosovo

 

 

6. Berlin Biennale

They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens, 2008

Aquarium, Eisen, Strom, Motoren, Feder

Aquarium: 60 x 40 x 50 cm;

Eisenfuß: 120 x 40 x 100 cm

 

They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens, 2008

Holz, Eisen

Holz: 60 x 190 x 5 cm

Eisengestell: 140 x 160 x 90 cm

 

Untitled I (They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens), 2008

Tusche auf Papier

60 x 85 cm

 

Untitled II (They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens), 2008

Tusche auf Papier

60 x 85 cm

 

Untitled III (They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens), 2008

Tusche auf Papier

60 x 85 cm

 

Untitled (Bath – from The Lamb’s Mother in the Creche?), 2008

Tusche auf Papier

50 x 75 cm

 

Untitled (Burning House – from The Lamb’s Mother in the Creche?), 2008

Tusche und Bleistift auf Papier

60 x 60 x 85 cm

 

Untitled (Green house – from The Lamb’s Mother in the Creche?), 2008

Tusche und Bleistift auf Papier

75 x 48 cm

 

Bathroom wall, water pipes, shower rail, 2008

Holz, Farbe, verschiedene Rohre, verschiedene Objekte

Maße variabel

 

Untitled IV (They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens), 2008

Tusche auf Papier

75 x 50 cm

 

Untitled V (They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens), 2008

Tusche und Bleistift auf Papier

85 x 60 cm

 

Space shuttle in the garden, 2009

Tusche und Bleistift auf Papier, Holz

50 x 46 x 11 cm

 

Untitled VI – diptic (They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens), 2008

Tusche und Hühnerexkrement auf Papier

150 x 50 cm

 

26 Objekte n’ Kumpir, 2009

Vitrine, Holz, Kupfer, Neonröhren, verschiedene Objekte, Erde

420 x 290 x 290 cm

 

They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens II, 2009

DVD, Farbe, Ton

3’

 

Thinking how to be beasy to dont talk with his son.

The son of his son, think how to tel his father about an other his father. Grandfather • trying to do things for his nefju to Son be beasy to dont speak with his son. Father • he dont speak he prefers to dont be “filosofer”. Son • He can’t speak but do everything to find a moment to be forcet to speak The father is doing what the son is telling to him just to don’t talk about what the son have to say. The son is trying to make him do something because he cant say something to his father. The son is trying to copy what his grand-father do., 2009

Bleistift auf Papier, Klebeband

74 x 21 cm

 

Ohne Titel, 2009

Rohre, Holz, Neonröhren, verschiedene Objekte

ca. 270 x 210 cm

 

Bourgeois Hen, 2009

Bleistift auf Papier

29,5 x 18,5 cm

 

Instructions for “They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens II”, 2009

Bleistift und Buntstift auf Papier

14,5 x 20,5 cm, gerahmt

 

Instructions for “They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens II”, 2009

Bleistift und Buntstift auf Papier

29,5 x 21 cm, gerahmt

 

Instructions for “They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens II”, 2009

Bleistift auf Papier

24,5 x 37,5 cm, gerahmt

 

Bourgeois Hen, 2009

Holz, Bleistift auf Papier

75 x 40 cm

 

They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens, 2009

Metall, Holz, Stoff

400 x 150 cm; 40 cm

 

Bourgeois Hen, 2009

Bleistift auf Papier

28,5 x 41 cm, gerahmt

 

Bourgeois Hen, 2009

Bleistift auf Papier

28,5 x 20,5 cm, gerahmt

 

Un gallo borghese che voleva essere un pappagallo fino a quando ha potuto capire che poteva essere un gallo. E la sua moglie. (A bourgeois cock who wanted to be a parrot until he could understand that he could be a cock. And his wife.), 2010

Bleistift auf Papier

28,5 x 20,5 cm

 

Untitled (Pavone), 1999

Bleistift auf Papier

21 x 29,7 cm

 

Untitled (House), 1999

Filzstift auf Papier

21 x 29,7 cm

 

Untitled (burning house), 1999

Filzstift auf Papier

21 x 29,7 cm

 

The places I’m looking for, my dear, are utopian places, they are boring and I don’t know how to make them real., 2010

Maße variabel

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Petrit Halilaj 26 Objekte n’ Kumpir, 2009. Installationsansicht 6. Berlin Biennale. Foto: Uwe Walter

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Petrit Halilaj: The places I’m looking for, my dear, are utopian places, they are boring and I don’t know how to make them real, 2010. Installationsansicht 6. Berlin Biennale. Foto: Uwe Walter

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Petrit Halilaj: The places I’m looking for, my dear, are utopian places, they are boring and I don’t know how to make them real, 2010. Installationsansicht 6. Berlin Biennale. Foto: Uwe Walter

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