Janine MackenrothEinzelstück Kunstblazer
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Blazer and pants with removable canvas appliqués made of nail polish plus Art Marvel Survival KIT accessories.
"ART MARVEL SURVIVAL KIT" by Janine Mackenroth
For Kunstnothilfe, artist Janine Mackenroth created a suit for an "Art Marvel Heroine": by means of magnetic buttons, it can be extended with artworks. Dressed in this way, a social sculpture is created equipped with art made of nail polish, a Money Gun - loaded with biographies of women in art in Germany, a signet ring for women in art and the publication "I Love Women in Art" on the occasion of this year's 100th anniversary of women at German art academies.
This "ART MARVEL SURVIVAL KIT" is intended to support women artists in several ways: with visibility of different art personalities, a wealth of knowledge and the proceeds from the sale of the suit for emergency art aid.
The suit remains washable without the artworks and thus suitable for everyday use - the silver magnetic rivets define a consistent pattern of lines on the blazer and trousers without the artworks.
The three artworks themselves can also be installed as artworks at the same time - with self-adhesive magnets supplied for the wall.
- Suit "Brigitte" by Helene Galwas, size M, black
- 3 canvas appliqués painted with nail polish: shoulder strap approx. 30 x 10 cm, jacket pocket approx. 18 x 12 cm, trouser leg approx. 32 x 15 cm
- "Money Gun", readymade, signed and dated, approx. 20 x 15 x 5 cm
- "IN ART WE TRUST", banknotes printed with 100 women artists & curators biographies from the SALOON network, approx. 5 x 10 cm
- "SIGNET RING FOR WOMEN IN ART", Siegelring, gold plated 925, size 54 to 58 adjustable
- "I Love Women in Art", first collective work of 100 women artists in Germany
Only for sale as a complete work for EUR 2.900,00.
The safest way to wash silk is to hand wash in cold water with a special detergent with neutral PH for delicates. Please avoid any rubbing of the fabric and turn the silk garment inside out every time you wash to avoid the formation of drawing threads. Iron and steam silk inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Cotton is very easy to care for and can be washed at 30 degrees on delicate with similar colors. However, we recommend careful handling of cotton fabric, because depending on the way it is made, one cotton fabric weave can be more durable than others. Please do not tumble dry.
The safest way to wash chiffon silk is by hand washing in cold water with a special detergent for delicates. Please avoid any rubbing of the fabric and turn the silk garment inside out each time you wash it to avoid the appearance of pulled threads. Iron and steam silk inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Remove Lyocell everywhere and Tencel is protected as a brand name. Lyocell is washed at a maximum of 30 degrees. We recommend cleaning on a wool wash cycle or gentle cycle with mild detergent. Please do not tumble dry. Iron and steam Tencel from inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Viscose can be washed up to 30 degrees with mild detergent on gentle cycle with similar colors. Please do not tumble dry. Iron and steam viscose inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Feathers are all removable on our products, so they can be taken off before washing.
Janine Mackenroth used nail polish, which she applied to the Tencel blazer by flowing it on her own. The pouring of gallons of expensive nail polish is a self-conscious emergence in the art world, a poured-out feminism on canvas.
Janine Mackenroth is known worldwide for her recent work with nail varnish and other cosmetics, which is to be understood as a commentary on a still male-dominated art world. Pouring gallons of expensive nail polish is a self-conscious emergence in front of this art world, poured out feminism on canvas. The materiality and conceptual organisation of her works and projects seek to question issues that affect society, the environment and everyone themselves equally.
In addition, Janine Mackenroth published the book "I ♥️ Women in Art" together with Bianca Kennedy. For the 100th anniversary of the admission of women to German art academies in 2020, they created a compilation of 100 women artists and 100 women cultural workers in Germany.
She exhibits worldwide and also transforms public space into a space for art. Today, she is one of the most important female artists and a highly respected figure in the scene.