H3adlines and Last Lines in the Movies


H3adlines and Last Lines in the Movies


H3adlines and Last Lines in the Movies



tefan Brüggemann is a renowned traditional artist with 30 years of continued practice. The artist is represented by the world-leading gallery Hauser & Wirth and has extensively exhibited in top galleries and museums internationally. Stefan’s works showcase a fascination with language and its power to influence and shape our understanding of the world. With a keen eye for the nuances of communication, Brüggemann’s art often features provocative text-based installations, neon light sculptures, and painted works that challenge viewers to confront their own preconceptions about language and meaning.

From his early career, Brüggemann’s work has been marked by a singular wit and a sharp critical edge, as he interrogates the ways in which language can be used to exert control or to subvert established power structures. He is a master of understatement, crafting works that are simple yet incisive, provocative yet accessible.

"The rules are always changing. They're always modified. They're always interpreted."

Headlines and Last Lines in the Movies

Headlines & Last lines in the movies (Guernica) Centre Pompidou — Paris France 2019

Started in 2010 with the opening show of Yvon Lambert’s gallery in New York, Headlines & Last lines in the movies has seen multiple iterations including the last one as a commission by Centre Pompidou in Paris 2019.

Pieces of the collection juxtapose the last lines of movies with headlines of current events, creating a dialog between fiction and reality, questioning our way to interpret references and words taken out of their context.

Eroded Paintings - Miami USA 2021

The Collection: Commission 0X1

The commission is comprised of

  • On-chain art piece available to buy
  • An immersive experience of the all the on-chain pieces produce to be displayed in a museum

Holders of the art piece will have:

  • access to the ibiza experience
  • monography book of the commission

The Museum Pieces

The museum pieces is an installation displaying the 60 pieces of the collection all at once as an immersive experience. Connected screens will show the complete on-chain collection with no context of which piece has been frozen, forcing the visitor to re-construct a possible timeline or relationship in time between the pieces

The Ibiza experience

Following the Art Basel art fair, art collectors (traditional and on-chain) and a selectionof art critics, curators and art journalists will be invited to meet at Stefan Brüggemann’sfoundation in Ibiza with the artist present on site.

The event will include:

- A Michelin star VIP dinner

- A talk between Stefan Brüggemann (Artist), Alfredo Cramerotti (Museum Director,Mostyn Gallery) and Sébastien Montabonel (Creative Director, The Island)

- The discovery of Stefan Brüggemann’s foundation designed by Mexican architect Alberto Kalach.

The book by Alaska edition

A high quality and conceptual book showing in chronological order of the 60 on-chain collections freeze date, telling the story of those 300 days from the eye of the holder and its participation in the making of the collection.Previous books published by Alaska Editions

Previous books by Alaska edition

Solo exhibition

Mostyn, ‘NOT BLACK, NOT WHITE, SILVER’, Llandudno, UK
Kotaro Nukaga, ‘ALLOW ACTION (GOLD PAINTINGS)’, Tokyo, Japan
Maruani Mercier, ‘Stefan Brüggemann & On kawara. Hyper-Conscious’, Brussels, Belgium
Hauser & Wirth, ‘UNTITLED ACTION (GOLD PAINTINGS)’, St Moritz, Switzerland
HOP Projects, ‘OK (UNTITLED ACTION)’ Folkestone, UK
Galeria Nuno Centeno, Porto, Portugal
Centre Pompidou, Forum, ‘Extra!’ ‘Headlines and Last Lines in the Movies (Guernica)’, Paris, France
Centro de las Artes Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico
Hauser & Wirth, ‘HYPER-PALIMPSEST’, London, UK
La Cité, ‘Stefan Brüggemann. Hi-Speed Contrast Paintings’, Paris, France
Parra & Romero Ibiza, ‘High Speed Contrast’, Ibiza, Spain
Nukaga Gallery, ‘Ha Ha What Does This Represent? What Do You Represent’, Tokyo, Japan
Hauser & Wirth, ‘Take and Abandon’, Zurich, Switzerland
Fundació Gaspar, ‘Trash’, Barcelona, Spain
Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, ‘To Be Political It Has To Look Nice’, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Hauser & Wirth, New York NY
Parra & Romero, ‘Timeless’, Ibiza, Spain
Centro Roberto Garza Sada, ‘Puddle Paintings’, Mexico City, Mexico
GAM, ‘Headlines & Last Line in the Movies (Protest Pavilion)’, Mexico City, Mexico
Galeria Múrias Centeno, ‘Stefan Bruggemann. You Keep Out Of This (Puddle Paintings and Text Pieces)’, Lisbon, Portugal
Independent Projects, Parra & Romero, ‘Headlines & Last Line in the Movies (fluorescent)’, New York NY
Contemporary Art Gallery, ‘Headlines & Last Line in the Movies (protest)’, Vancouver, Canada
Parra & Romero, ‘THIS IS NOT AN EXIT’, Madrid, Spain
Queens Gate and Harrington Road, ‘1997 – 2014 Text pieces, The Wall, South Kensington’, London, UK
Proyectos Monclova, ‘Monuments for the Ceiling I-X’, Mexico City, Mexico
Jonathan Viner Gallery, ‘To Be Titled’ London, UK
Mendes Wood DM Gallery, Pivo Copan Building, ‘On Sociology (The Civilization of Speculation)’, São
Paulo, Brazil
Parra & Romero, ‘Text Pieces, Obliterated Mirrors & Tautological Paintings’, Madrid, Spain
Galería de Arte Mexicano, ‘Untitled (Joke and Definition Paintings)’, Mexico City, Mexico
Yvon Lambert, ‘Untitled (Definition and Joke Paintings)’, Paris, France
Art Nova, ‘Project with Philippe Decrauzat’, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami FL
Mies van der Rohe Pavilion, ‘The world trapped in the self (windows for mirrors)’, Barcelona, Spain
Galeria Gam, ‘Speculative Paintings (world isn’t free)’, Mexico City, Mexico
Villa du Parc Centre d’Art Contemporain, ‘No time, no return, no title’, Annemasse, France
Acne Studios, ‘Twisted Inside-Out T-Shirt’, White Art/T-Shirt Project, Stockholm, Sweden
Parra & Romero, ‘Permanent production of excess (Red, Green, Blue)’, Madrid, Spain
Kunsthalle Lissabon, ‘Showtitles (audio)’, Lisbon, Portugal
Yvon Lambert, ‘Headlines & last line in the movies’, New York NY
1/9 Unosunove arte contemporanea, ‘Reversed Inverted’, Rome, Italy
Yvon Lambert, Paris, France
NP3, ‘(Signs that become abstractions, abstraction that become signs)’, Groningen, Netherlands
Sies & Hoeke Gallery, ‘Monday’, Dusseldorf, Germany
Sala de arte publico, ‘NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, SAPS’, Mexico City, Mexico
FRAC, Dijon, France
Bloomberg Space, ‘The Fall. Stefan Brueggemann with DR ATL’, London, UK
Kunsthalle Bern, ‘Black Box’, Bern, Switzerland
Kerlin Gallery, ‘Soap box (a decorative form of nihilism)’, Dublin, Ireland
Blow de la Barra, ‘Obliteration Series’, London, UK
The Lift, ‘A Production of Nothing’, Madrid, Spain
I-20, New York NY
Galería de Arte Mexicano, ‘No’, Mexico City, Mexico
Blow de la Barra Gallery, ‘Five Text Pieces’, London, UK
Art Basel Miami Beach (I-20 Gallery, with Joao Onofre and Eduardo Sarabia), ‘Art Nova’, Miami FL
I-20 Gallery, New York NY
Galería de Arte Mexicano, ‘Stefan Brüggemann’, Mexico City, Mexico
Galeria de Arte Mexicano, Mexico City, Mexico
I-20 Gallery, New York NY
Institute of Contemporary Art, Off-site project, ‘Capitalism and Schizophrenia’, London, UK
24/7 Gallery, ‘Against International Standards’, London, UK
Galería de Arte Mexicano, ‘Stefan Brüggemann’, Mexico City, Mexico
Museum of Installation, ‘This Is Not Supposed To Be Here’, London, UK
‘Unproductive O.P.A. ‘, Guadalajara, Mexico
Private Collection, ‘Thoughts are products’, New York NY
Wallpaper, ‘Wallpaper Site-specific project’, Mexico
‘Black Building’, Mexico City, Mexico
Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, ‘Parking Lot’, Mexico City, Mexico
Museum of Installation, ‘Opening’, London, UK
Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, ‘Labels’, Site-specific window installation, London, UK
Regina 51-3er Piso, ‘Texto’, Mexico City, Mexico
Galeria Cruce, ‘Specific Contextual Actions’, Madrid, Spain
Reyna #141, ‘Function and Dysfunctions’, Site-specific project, Mexico City, Mexico
Art Deposit, ‘Grammar’, Mexico City, Mexico
Stefan Haupt Gallery, ‘I Have To Find Before My Eyes Do’, Berlin, Germany