Team

Ralf Schmitt
Ralf SchmittFounder & co-director
Ralf Schmitt (*1964) lives and works in Berlin. From 1985 to 1989 he studied communication design at the Fachhochschule Würzburg and from 1989 to 1995 fine art at the Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main under Prof. Hermann Nitsch. From 1998 to 2008 he ran the project space “Förderkoje®” in Berlin. From 2005 – 2015 he was the co-founder, managing director and co-director of PREVIEW BERLIN ART FAIR. From 2008 – 2015 he was the founder and artistic host of “MyVisit.to”. He is one of the initiators of the BERLIN ART WEEK established in 2012, as well as of ART WEISSENSEE 2014/15. From 2013 – 2016 he was teaching at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin. Since 2015 he has been the co-founder, managing director and co-director of BERLIN ART INSTITUTE.

www.foerderkoje.de
www.MyVisit.to
www.previewberlin.com

Stephanie Jünemann
Stephanie JünemannFounder & co-director
Stephanie Jünemann (*1963) lives and works in Berlin. From 1989 to 1995 she studied fine art at the Kunsthochschule of the University of Kassel in the interdiscipliny class of Prof. Norbert Radermacher and attended philosophical lectures and seminars held by Prof. Dr. Hannes Böhringer. She has been living and working in Berlin since 1997. From 2000 to 2006 she worked as an artistic research assistant with Prof. Norbert Radermacher at the Kunsthochschule Kassel and from 2010 to 2012 as substitute professor in the basic class. From 2009 – 2014 she was also active in the area of art and education at schools in Berlin, where she realized artistic projects with children and youths. Since 2015 she has been the co-founder, managing director and co-director of BERLIN ART INSTITUTE.

www.SJuenemann.de
www.Ku-Bi.st

Our Guest Lecturers

We work together with a pool of artists, curators, critics, and authors. Based to the specific needs and interests of the participants of the studio program, we invite them to deliver guest lectures, discuss artistic work, or hold seminars. The guest lecturers from different artistic disciplines work with various media including painting, sculpture, drawing, film/video, installation, architecture, photography, illustration, intervention, and performance.
Born 1971 in Salzburg, Austria

He lives in Berlin.

He studied at the Academies of Fine Arts in Vienna/Austria and Athens/Greece

His work was shown at following venues:

Galerie Krinzinger/Vienna, Derek Eller Gallery/New York City, Nina Menocal Gallery/Mexico City, Bonner Kunstverein/Bonn, Bawag Contemporary/Vienna, Museum der Moderne/Salzburg, Marta/Herford, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, …

He received – among others – the Great Art Prize of Salzburg and the Villa Romana Prize.

www.christianschwarzwald.net

Born 1965 in Wuerzburg, Germany

Lives and works in Berlin

Education

Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste Karlsruhe, Germany (sculpture)

Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universitaet, Frankfurt/Main (medicine)

Staatliche Hochschule fuer Bildende Kuenste «Staedelschule» Frankfurt/Main (painting)

Since 1993 freelance artist in Berlin

2001-03 Teaching visual arts (painting) at the Universitaet der Künste, Berlin

Exhibitions

since1994 many solo and group shows in Germany, France, Czech Republic, Belgium, Austria, Great Britain, Norway, Ucraine, China and USA.

Commissions/Collections

Staatsgalerie Stuttgart/D, National Theater Prague/CZ, Deutsches Historisches Museum Berlin/D, Max-Planck-Institut Mainz/D, Musée La Piscine Roubaix/F, Berliner Dom (Kathedral)/D, Museum Montanelli Prague/CZ, Schwules Museum Berlin/D, Sammlung Deutsche Bank Frankfurt/Main/D, ManMuseum Berlin/D Faro Collection Stavanger/NO, Tom of Finland Foundation Los Angeles/US, Leo Kuelbs Collection New York/US

www.kaiteichert.de

born in 1963 in Zeil/Main

Artist and Communication Designer (FH)

working stations in Bamberg, Köln and Münster

since 2000 living and working in Berlin.

– Since 2010 workshops and management of the media studio of Vincentino e.V.

– Since 2006 founding of the design and art studio »RAUMbilder«

– Since 1985 different exhibitions and art projects

www.raumbilder.com

1963 geboren in Hamburg

1980 – 1986 Bau- und Möbeltischler in Freiburg, Genf und Berlin

1986 – 1991 Studium Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Hamburg bei Kai Sudek und an der Städelschule Frankfurt am Main bei Stephan Balkenhol und Ulrich Rückriem

seit 2011 Professur für künstlerische Selbstorganisation, Wertsteigerung und Ausstellungskonzeption an der Kunsthochschule Weißensee in Berlin

lebt und arbeitet in Baden-Baden und Berlin

PREISE / STIPENDIEN

2005 Kunstpreis der Stadt Bühl

2002 Arbeitsstipendium der Stiftung Kunstfonds

2000 Kunstpreis der Stadt Baden-Baden

www.thaddaeus-hueppi.de

Born 1984 in Northeim, Deutschland

Lives and works in Berlin, Kassel and Hattorf am Harz

Education

2012 Meisterschülerin Urs Lüthi

2012 Graduation with honour; Urs Lüthi, Joel Baumann

2011 Gueststudent John Bock Karlsruhe

2011 Residency and workshoporganisation, Art Academy Hangzhou, China, DAAD scholarship

2010 Kunsthochschule Kassel, Porf. Urs Lüthi, Joel Baumann, Bjorn Melhus

2008 University of Finearts, Taiwan, residency/ research year in New York City

2007 Kunsthochschule Kassel, Prof Bjorn Melhus

2006 Kunsthochschule Kassel, Prof. Else Gabriel

2005 Kunsthochschule Kassel, Prof. Eva Maria Schön

2004 Abitur, Gymnasium Corvinianum

Awards and scholarships

2014 Künstlerdorf Schöppingen, Projektstipendium

2014 Canale Grande, Urbahne Künste Ruhr, Arbeitsstipendium

2013 Preis der Zippelstiftung, Kasseler Kunstpreis

2012 DAAD Reise Stipendium China

2010 Preis des Unternehmenspark Kassel

2008 DAAD Stipendium für Workshop Taiwan

www.annschomburg.info

born 1978 Dresden, GDR, since 2003 in Berlin

sculptress, specializing in the field of air- and spacetravel

Fine Arts/ Sculpture – M.F.A. 2010 – Berlin-Weissensee Academy of Art Berlin

Contemporary art and Literature – Ph.D. 2010 – Technical University Dresden,

University of East Anglia Norwich/ U.K., Universita Cattolica Milano/ Italy (Erasmus)

Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee: Associate Professor (2013-15), Associate Lecturer (2012/13), Associate Instructor (2011/12) – Interdisciplinary Project Space “Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz” // Technische Universität Dresden: Associate Instructor Art Pedagogy (2011-12), Assistant Lecturer Art History (2009/10), Associate Instructor Art and Media design (2005-08)

Awards/Grants (selection)

2012 – studio grant, BBK Berlin, 2011 – DAAD travel grant, Russia, 2010 – Elsa-Neumann-Stipendium, City of Berlin, 2010 – PhD Award – Department of Philosophy, TU Dresden, 2009 – Mart Stam Award, 2005 – German National Academic

Exhibitions and projects

in Germany, Serbia, Slovenia, Russia, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Ecuador, USA

www.silvialorenz.wordpress.com

geb. 1959 in München, lebt und arbeitet in Berlin

1980-1986 Architekturstudium in München

1990-1996 Studium an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste (Städelschule) in Frankfurt am Main bei Martin Kippenberger, Peter Cook und Thomas Bayrle

Ausstellungen (Auswahl)

2014

„Blitz“, Apartment Draschan, Wien – Berlin

Gruppenausstellung mit Martin Städeli, Thaddäus Hüppi, Marc Bijl, Catherine Lorent u.a.

“Schlecker I” SpeckerGroup, Berlin

Gruppenausstellung mit Alexandra Baumgartner, Thomas Draschan, Marcus Weber u.a.

Raw Art Fair, Rotterdam, Skulpturenpräsentation, Livingstone Gallery, Den Haag

“Uhu” und “UTA”, Ausstellungsprojekte der Kunsthochschule Weissensee zur Art Week, Berlin

2013

„yes or no“, works on paper and sculptures, Livingstone Gallery, Den Haag (Einzelausstellung)

„Face the Face“, Livingstone Gallery, Den Haag

“Group Show“, Galerie Sebastian Brandl, Köln

2012

„On the road again“ Livingstone Gallery, Den Haag

Gruppenausstellung mit Jan Dibbets, Birgit Vewer, James Brown, Jörg Immendorf u.a.

„zeigen“, Galerie Sebastian Brandl

2011

„Deserted Ideologies“, Livingstone Gallery, Den Haag (Einzelausstellung)

„Drawings and Paintings”” The Volta Show NY, (Einzelpräsentation)

“Lokalkosmos“, Gallery Sebastian Brandl, Köln (Einzelausstellung)

2010

“Rock, Paper, Scissors”, Livingstone Gallery, Den Haag

Gruppenausstellung mit James Brown, Jannis Kounellis, Raquel Maulwurf u.a.

2009

„Not strictly platonic“, Galerie Sebastian Brandl, Köln (Einzelausstellung)

„Heidi im Land von Martin Kippenberger“, Collection Rausch, Goethe-Institut Bordeaux

„Good Constellation / Clear Vision“, Galerie Jürgen Wolfstädter, Frankfurt a. M. (Einzelausstellung)

1971 born in Munich, grown up in Bamberg, Germany

1994 studies at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art & Design, Halle/Saale, Germany

with Prof. Una. H. Moehrke

1996 studies at Academy of Fine Arts, Münster, Germany

with Prof. Timm Ulrichs

2000 Masterstudent of Prof. Timm Ulrichs

Diploma Fine Art (Totalkunst and Sculpture)

2000 Founding of Felixleiter – Space for Art, Berlin (project space till 2002)

2006 Founding of Frederik Foert Gallery, Berlin (project space till 2007)

so far nearly untroubled by any grants or stipends

since 2000 numerous exhibitions in Germany and abroad

Lives and works in Berlin (Germany), Vienna (Austria) and Beijing (China)

www.frederik-foert.de

Lukas Feireiss works as curator, writer, artist and educator in the international mediation of contemporary cultural reflexivity beyond disciplinary boundaries. He attained his graduate education in Comparative Religious Studies, Philosophy and Ethnology. His Berlin-based creative practice Studio Lukas Feireiss aims at the critical cut-up and playful re-evaluation of creative and intellectual production modes and their diverse socio-cultural and medial conditions. Lukas Feireiss is author and editor of numerous books, and curator of manifold exhibitions. He has lectured and taught at various universities worldwide including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ETH Swiss Institute of Technology, University of Arts Berlin, University of Applied Arts Vienna, University of Arts Linz and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam, and is head of the new Master’s programme Radical Cut-Up at Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam.

www.studiolukasfeireiss.com

Ursula Döbereiner is a fine artist who investigates the relationship between image and the medium of drawing, drawing and space in a variety of ways. Through drawing, she probes into the construction of public and private space and the means by which images are received through various media. Her point of departure is to inquire into how collective social notions and individual private desires, fears, and yearnings are manifested in media images, advertisements, surfaces, architecture, and decisions in urban planning. The core of her work lies in the reciprocal contingency between the material represented and the means of representation as well as in a critical reflection on the medium of drawing.

www.ursuladoebereiner.de

Döbereiner is a musician soundcloud.com/kollektivmaschine/ and vimeo.com/burqamaschinen and a member of the artists’ group Stadt im Regal www.stadtimregal.de.

1964 born in Reken / Westphalia, lives in Berlin

1984 – 1985 studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf Abteilung Münster

1987 – 1993 studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Günther Uecker and Alfonso Hüppi

1988 – 1989 Philip Morris scholarship, Berlin

1996 Kunstfonds e.V. Bonn (grant)

1999 studio scholarship, Kunststiftung Erich Hauser, Rottweil

lecturer at the Kunsthochschule Kassel

2002 Piepenbrock Junior Award for sculpture

2002 – 2004 guest professor at the Universität der Künste, Berlin

2005 – 2006 lecturer at the Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee

2007 – 2009 guest professor at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig

since 2009 professor at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig

www.thomasrentmeister.de

1965 born in Frankfurt/Main

1986-92 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Städelschule, Frankfurt

under Thomas Bayrle, Peter Kogler and Christa Näher

1996 Studio Award (New York City) Hessische Kulturstiftung

1998 Award Kunstfonds Bonn

Teaching

2001 – 2003 drawing, perspective and storyboard,

L4, Institut für Digitale Kommunikation, Berlin

2006 – 2013 workshops for painting, colour theory and figurative drawing, Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee

Solo Shows (selection)

2010 Galerie Krethlow, Bern

2008 Kabinett. Bern

2007 Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Köln | Kabinett, Bern

2006 Galerie Lena Brüning, Berlin | Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt

2005 Bielefelder Kunstverein | Kunstverein Göttingen |

Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Köln

2003 Kabinett, Zürich | Sammlung Wagner, Gerzensee

2002 Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt

2000 Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Köln | Galerie Cato Jahns, Hamburg

1999 Goethe Institut, Rotterdam | Sauce drip in mud like sparkling water in ocean, Kabinett, Bern

1998 Goethe Institut, Brüssel

1997 Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Köln

Group shows (selection)

2012 we have ways to make you talk, heldart, Berlin | last order II, heldart, Berlin | Erkenntnis der eigenen Unfreiheit, Galerie Sandra Bürgel, Berlin

2011 I know what you don’t see, Karlin Studios Futura, Prag | “Erika Mustermann Collection”, Der Strich, Pavillon der Volksbühne, Berlin | Captain Pamphile #3, Deichtorhallen Hamburg / Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg | La Valleé populaire, Gustav-Müller-Str. 18, Berlin

2010 Ich weiss was Du nicht siehst, Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin | Captain Pamphile #2, Städtische Galerie Waldkraiburg | everybody learns from desaster, Villa Elisabeth, Berlin | Und immer fehlt mir etwas, und das quält mich, Kunstgruppe Kunstverein Köln

2008 Our Generation IV, Kunstverein Familie Montes, Frankfurt | The International Invitation Exhibition, The city Art Museum of Gangneung, Südkorea

2007 Unsere Affekte fliegen aus dem Bereich der menschlichen Wirklichkeit hinaus, Galerie Sandra Bürgel, Berlin | Künstler der Galerie, Galerie Lena Brüning, Berlin

2006 Küss die Hand / Waldheim After, Sezession Wichtelgasse, Wien | Drawing Attention, Invaliden 1, Berlin

2005 Wicked Games, Stalke Galleri, Kopenhagen | 8 Nachkriegszeichnerinnen und ein Monitor, Meyer Riegger Galerie, Karlsruhe | 2. Int. Lückerinnerungstreffen, WBD, Berlin | I asked for, Galerie Volker Diehl, Berlin

2004 Editionen, WBD, Berlin | Kabinett, Bern | Schickeria, Carlos Depot, Berlin

2003 Malerei, Galerie Olaf Stüber, Berlin | Für völligen Arbeitsschutz, WBD, Berlin | Postcontact, Buchpräsentation & Ausstellung, pro qm, Berlin | Colorado, Klinkhammer und Metzner, Düsseldorf | 4rd international ExtraShortFilm Festival, Novosibirsk | The living room, Amsterdam (mit Armin Boehm und Michael Kunze)

2002 3rd international ExtraShortFilm Festival, Novosibirsk | Drawing in Motion, Forum Stadtpark, Graz | Sound, G7, Berlin | Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt | Kiosk, Projektraum Deutscher Künstlerbund, Berlin

2001 Tirana Biennale, Tirana | 2 Maler – 2 Bildhauer, Galerie Haus Schneider, Ettlingen | strange attitudes, Galerie Anita Beckers, Frankfurt | Kabinett, Zürich | berlin-london, Videoscreening, Institute of Contemporary Art, London | Desire, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal / Galleria D´arte Moderna

Collections

Wilhelm Schürmann, Aachen

Kasper König, Köln

Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt

Sammlung Wagner, Gerzensee

Deutsche Flugsicherung, Hannover

 

Born 1968 in Berlin, studied art history, theatre and film studies, history, german and english literature at Freie Universität Berlin. M.A.(Magister Artium)

Worked as assistant director in theatres in Germany and Austria and as art and film critic for Tagesspiegel and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.1995 lived in New York, Internship at the Guggenheim Museum. Worked many years as gallery assistant and in 2003 opened his own gallery „fruehsorge contemporary drawings, collaborating with international partners in the realm of drawing (Drawing Room London, C4RD; London, Drawing Center Diepenheim, Anonyme Zeichner, FUKT & D Magazine, Wynn Kramarsky Collection, NY, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam). With Dina Renninger Co-founder of the Drawing-Lab, End of 2014 closed his gallery to start off a new project : THE DRAWING HUB, a nonprofit exhibition and research institution dedicated to drawing.

Jan-Philipp Fruehsorge has been a curatorial board member of the Graphische Gesellschaft Berlin. Publications include research on subjects as drawing and space (conference with Akademie der Künste, FU Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett Berlin) a bibliography on contemporary drawing (Kunstforum International 196) drawing and performance, drawing machines, paper cuts, as well as numerous catalogue texts on individual artists.

www.thedrawinghub.org

lives and works in Berlin, Germany

1974 born in Offenbach (Germany)

1990-1991 stay in Ankara (Turkey)

studied at Academy of Art and Design Offenbach

Academy of Art Städelschule Frankfurt

2006–2007 stay in London (United Kingdom)

2014-2015 stay in Rome (Italy)

Awards

2014 Villa Massimo Stipend, Rome

2012 Will-Grohmann Artprize, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

2012 Grant for Visual Arts, Berlin Senate

2008 Grant, Stiftung Kunstfonds

Selected Solo Shows

2016 Kunst Haus Wien, Vienna

2016 Deweer Gallery, Otegem, Belgium

2015 Musei di Villa Torlonia, Rome

2014 Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck

2013 Blain/Southern Gallery, Berlin

2011 Kunsthalle Mannheim, Mannheim

2009 Frischzelle, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart

Selected Group Shows

2016 Uncertain States, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

2016 Bucharest Biennial, Bucharest

2015 Do Disturb! , Palais de Tokyo, Paris

2015 Istanbul. Passion, Joy, Fury, MAXXI -Museo Nazionale delle Arti, Rome

2015 Stand Up! , Centre Pompidou, Paris

2014 Memory Lab or the Sentimental Turn: Photography Challenges History, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin

2013 Wall Works, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

2013 Rethinking Modernity, Istanbul Modern – Museum of Modern Art, Istanbul

2010 Tactisc of Invisibility, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporaryy, Vienna

2009 Playing the City, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt a. M.

2008 Taipei Biennial, Tapei

2007 Istanbul Biennale, Istanbul

www.nasantur.com

born in 1971, lives and works in Berlin as a philosopher.

He teaches at UdK (University of the Arts) Berlin. His recent books include: “Behauptungsphilosophie” (Berlin: Merve 2006); “Duras” (with Rosemarie Trockel, Berlin: Merve 2008); “Politik des Subjekts“ (Zürich/Berlin: Diaphanes 2009); “Aporien der Liebe” (Berlin: Merve 2010); “Kunst und Philosophie / Art and Philosophy” (Cologne: Walter König: 2012); “Philosophie der Überstürzung” (Berlin: Merve 2013), “Inkonsistenzen” (Berlin: Matthes & Seitz 2015), “Evidenzterror” (Berlin: Matthes & Seitz 2015) and “Gramsci Theater” (Berlin: Merve 2015). Forthcoming: “Splitter” (Berlin: Matthes & Seitz 2016).

www.inaesthetics.org

*1975 in Clausthal-Zellerfeld (GER)

Education

1995 Robert Koch Schule, RKS – Gymnasium / Clausthal-Zellerfeld (GER)

1998 Vordiplom, Buchdruck und Grafikdesign / Fachhochschule für Gestaltung Armgartstraße, Hamburg (GER)

2005 Meisterschüler der Klasse Prof. Lothar Baumgarten / Universität der Künste, Berlin (GER)

2001 – 2005 Tutor der Freien Klasse für Gastvorträge / Universität der Künste, Berlin (GER)

Teaching

2007 Lectures, Museum of Modern Art, Fort Worth (USA)

2008 Lehrauftrag an der Hochschule der bildenden Künste Saar, Saarbrücken (GER)

Lehrauftrag am Hunter College, New York City (USA)

2011 – 2014 Lehrauftrag an der Kunsthochschule Weissensee Berlin (GER)

Grants & Awards (selection)

2016 Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems (GER)

2015 Strabag-Kunstpreis International, Wien (A)

2014 Horst-Janssen-Grafikpreis der Claus Hüppe-Stiftung, Oldenburg (GER)

Stipendium der Deutschen Akademie Rom, Villa Massimo / Casa Baldi (I)

2011 PV Art Artist Residency, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco (MEX)

2010 Zweimonatiges Aufenthaltsstipendium, Goethe-Institut, Sankt Petersburg (RUS)

2009 Jahresstipendium für New York City, Berliner Senat für Wissenschaft und Kultur, Berlin (GER)

2008 Byrd Hoffmann Foundation Residency Program Watermill Art Center, Upstate New York (USA)

2007 Kunstzeitraum, Halbjahresstipendium, Freunde der Pinakothek der Moderne, München (GER)

Einmonatiges Aufenthaltsstipendium, The Jerusalem Center for the Visual Arts (JCVA), Mishkenot Sha`ananim, Jerusalem (IL)

Einmonatiges Aufenthaltsstipendium, Artist Residency Colorado, Telluride (USA)

2006 – 2008 Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Stipendium, Berlin / Düsseldorf (GER)

2005 Dreimonatiges Aufenthaltsstipendium für New York City, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Bonn (GER)

2003 Dreimonatiges Aufenthaltsstipendium für New York City, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Bonn (GER)

2002 – 2005 Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Bonn (GER)

Stage Design

2015 Mobile, i-camp München (GER)

2014 Verhaltet euch ruhig, Muffatwerke München und Kunstmuseum Bonn (GER)

2013 Erasing Café M, i-camp München (GER)

Solo Exhibitions (selection)

2015

Ganz Unten / Eigen und Art Lab, Berlin (GER)

Matt / Strabag Kunstforum, Wien (A)

2014

Grafikpreis / Horst Janssen Museum, Oldenburg (GER)

Verhaltet euch ruhig / Muffatwerke, München (GER)

Black Rainbow (mit Rui Chaves) / Carbon 12 Gallery, Dubai (UAE)

2013

Y / Galeria Kewenig, Oratorio de Sant Feliu, Palma (E)

2012

Six (aeou) / Galerie Max Weber Six Friedrich, München (GER)

Ralf Ziervogel II / Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin (GER)

2011

EAGIS / Nevski 8, Sankt Petersburg (RUS)

Ralf Ziervogel I / Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin (GER)

Scheme / K 21 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf (GER) 2010

Loose Fit / Skulptur für den Bahnhofsvorplatz Aschersleben (GER)

RTL / Galerie Max Weber Six Friedrich, München (GER)

113 / ARNDT, Berlin (GER)

Galerie Charim, Wien (A)

2009

EAGIS, Buchhandlung Walther König, Berlin (GER)

Godscop / Sammlung Suedhausbau und Pinakothek der Moderne, München (GER) This is it ! / Triangle Art Association, New York City (USA)

Young German Art / Galerie Arndt und Partner, Berlin (GER)

ECCE / Akademie der Künste, Berlin (GER)

RAZIVO / AS Temporary, New York City (USA)

mawhistla / The Byrd Hoffmann Foundation, New York City (USA)

infinite plus infinite / Art LA, Los Angeles (USA)

2008

Life is but great / The Watermill Center, Long Island New York (USA)

Immenhof / Kunstverein Ulm (GER)

Grüße aus Clausthal-Zellerfeld / Kunstverein Heilbronn (GER)

Equilibrist / Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (GER)

Terz (mit Jorinde Voigt) / Kunstverein Gießen (GER)

2007

Equilibrium / Galerie Six Friedrich Lisa Ungar, München (GER)

Times Rias / Galerie Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck (GER)

Endeneu Proto / Kunsthalle Wien (A)

Every Adidas Got Its Story / Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv (IL)

paragin / AS Temporary, New York City (USA)

Focus: Ralf Ziervogel / The Modern, Museum of Modern Art Fort Worth, Texas (USA) Dis res publica / AS Temporary, New York City (USA)

2006

mamaterial / Galerie Figge von Rosen, Köln (GER)

Endeneu (Das eidgenössische Unterbewusstsein) / Statement Art Basel 37, Basel (CH) Dis (res publica) / AS Temporary, New York City (USA)

Ideal / Café Moskau Berlin (GER)

Proto / The Corner Shop, Berlin (GER)

2005

The fate of the individual / Galerie Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck (A)

Morlok / Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin (GER)

2004

Ralf Ziervogel / Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin (GER)

Scope / The Standard Los Angeles (USA)

2003

Ralf Ziervogel / Galerie Rosinski, Berlin (GER)

Group Exhibitions (selection)

2016

Linie, Line, Linea / Adam Art Gallery, Wellington (NZ)

13 Räume 13 Künstler / Galerie Max Weber Six Friedrich, München (GER) 2015

Open / Galerie Eigen und Art, Berlin (GER)

Gala / Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz und Galerie Burster, Berlin (GER)

Verhaltet euch ruhig / Kunstmuseum Bonn (GER)

Paperworlds / Buchheim Museum, Bernried (GER)

Ametria / Benaki Museum, Athen (GRE)

Strabag Kunstpreis International / Strabag Kunstforum, Wien (A)

Das mechanische Corps / U Dortmund, HMKV (GER)

Walk the line, Neue Wege in der Zeichnung / Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (GER)

Linie, Line, Linea / Wissenschaftliches Museum der Russischen Kunstakademie, St Petersburg (RUS) A man walks into a bar / me collectors room, Berlin (GER)

2014

The language of human consciousness / Athr Gallery, Jeddah (SA)

Linie, Line, Linea / Museu de Arte Leopoldo Gotuzzo, Pelotas (BRA)

Paperworlds / me collectors room, Berlin (GER)

Bis gleich / Cassa Baldi, Olevano (I)

Paper I Cartro / Galeria Kewenig, Palma (E)

Das mechanische Corps / Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (GER)

Protect me from what I am / Din A4, München (GER)

The Drawing Room / Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck (A)

Closer encounter – Summer Accrochage / Carbon 12, Dubai (UAE)

2013

The System of Objects / Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athen (GRE)

Accrochage / Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin (GER)

Berlin Klondyke / Hipp Halle Gmunden (GER)

The Drawing Room / Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Muehlweg (GER)

Win-Win / Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz, Berlin (GER)

Noch nie gesehen / Kunstmuseum Bonn (GER)

Linie, Line, Linea / Museo de Arte de Lima (PER)

Berlin Klondyke / Werkschauhalle der Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig (GER)

Linie, Line, Linea / Centro de Arte Contemporaneo Quito (QO)

2012

The Art of the Real / Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur, Berlin (GER)

10 years of Collection Mont Blanc / Camera Work, Berlin (GER)

Migration Melbourne Edition / Arndt Contemporary Art, Melbourne (AUS)

Common Ground / 13. Biennale di Venezia, Architectura, Venedig (I)

Tracing Paper / Galerie Charim, Wien (A)

Eros und Thanatos / Werkschauhalle der Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig (GER)

Artist invite friends / Michael Fuchs Galerie, Berlin (GER)

125 Jahre / Kunstverein Ulm (GER)

Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn (EE)

Berlin Klondyke / Neuer Pfaffenhofener Kunstverein, Pfaffenhofen (GER)

Forward / Q Contemporary, Beirut (LEB)

Videofestival / Cinema Puerto Vallarta (MEX)

Berlin zeichnet / Galerie der Stadt Sindelfingen, Lütze-Museum (GER) Contemporary Drawing / Carrousel du Louvre, Paris (F)

Berlin zeichnet / Stadtgalerie Kiel (GER)

The dark side of the moon / Carbon 12, Dubai (UAE)

Berlin Status I / Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (GER)

2011

The Flowers of Evil / Munich Modern, München (GER)

Berlin Klondyke / ACLA Art Center Los Angeles (USA)

Eyes wide shut / Vogt Gallery, New York City (USA)

863 Km / Scheublein Fine Arts, Zürich (CH)

Zwischen Film und Kunst / Deutsche Kinemathek Berlin (GER)

Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (GER)

Halleluhwah / Galerie Abtart, Stuttgart (GER)

Schloss Faber Castell, Stein (GER)

Shifting Realities / Schloss Siehlberg, Zürich (CH)

Deutsche Bank Collection / Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt am Main (GER)

Berlin zeichnet / Kunstfoyer Versicherungskammer München (GER)

Berlin Klondyke / Klondyke Institut of Art and Culture, Dawson City, Yukon (CDN) Alles Kannibalen / me collectors room, Berlin (GER)

Linie, Line, Linea / Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales, Montevideo (UY)

250 Jahre Faber Castell / Minenfabrik, Schloss Faber Castell, Stein (GER)

Zwischen Film und Kunst / Kunsthalle Emden (GER)

Tous cannibales / la maison rouge, Paris (F)

Linie, Line, Linea / Instituto Cultural Cabanas, Guadalajara (MEX)

2010

Berlin zeichnet / Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche, Osnabrück (GER)

The unbearable lightness of being / Carbon 12, Dubai (UAE)

Berlin zeichnet / Ludwig Museum, Koblenz (GER)

Cast off / Kunstverein Hannover (GER)

Je mehr ich zeichne / Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen (GER)

Aka Symbol / Galerie im Regierungsviertel, Berlin (GER)

Aka Symbol II / HBC, Berlin (GER)

Changing the world / Arndt, Berlin (GER)

Das Voynich Manuskript / Ascherslebener Kunstverein (GER)

Between Nothingness and Eternity / Regina Gallery, London (GB)

Intensif Station / K21 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf (GER) Designpreis Deutschland / MAK, Frankfurt am Main (GER)

Salon Österreich / Villa Liechtenstein, Wien (A)

Linie, Line, Linea / Kunstmuseum Bonn (GER)

2009

Audio / Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin (GER)

Time Machine / Kunstverein Arnsberg (GER)

Blast from you / Samuelis Baumgarte Galerie, Bielefeld (GER)

Go for it ! / Weserburg I Museum für Moderne Kunst, Bremen (GER)

Total / Triangle Art Association, New York City (USA)

Summer Benefit / The Watermill Center, New York (USA)

Drawings / Galerie Six Friedrich Lisa Ungar, München (GER)

Exile / Kunstcentret Silkeborg Bad (DK)

Piggy Banks / Samsa, Berlin (GER)

Compass in Hand / The Museum of Modern Art, New York City (USA)

Paul Thek / Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg (GER)

Underclass Atavism / Galleria Gentili, Prato (I)

2008

Daydreams and Darksides / Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (GER)

One Song Bar / Contemporary Arts Alliance and Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin (GER)

Hunting and bulling trap / Spesshardt und Klein Galerie, Berlin (GER)

Nordlichter / Kunstverein Hannover (GER)

Drawings / Galerie Fahnemann, Berlin (GER)

The Hamsterwheel / Konsthall Malmö (S)

Drawings Now and Then / Galerie Arndt & Partner, Zurich (CH)

AP / Pinakothek der Moderne, München (GER)

Fractured Figure / Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athen (GRE)

Eurovision / Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen (GER)

Traum und Trauma / MuMoK und Kunsthalle Wien (A)

2007

Hamsterwheel / CASM, Barcelona (E)

Zeichen und Zeichnung / Galerie Charim, Wien (A)

Hamsterwheel / Le Printemps á Semptembre Festival, Toulouse (F)

Universe / 52. Biennale di Venezia, Venedig (I)

Made in Germany / Sprengel Museum, Hannover (GER)

Drawing G / The Drawing Center, New York City (USA)

2006

Rio / Artnews Projects Berlin (GER)

I walk the lines / Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin (GER)

Steiler Konter / Bregenzer Kunstverein (A)

Im Dunkel erhält man von neuem einen kostbaren Schrecken / Galerie Six Friedrich Lisa Ungar, München (GER) Franz West sin Franz West / CAAM, Las Palmas (E)

Panic Room / Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athen (GRE)

2005

Chalet / Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Helsinki (FIN)

Der Harz / Städtisches Museum Aschersleben (GER)

La nouvelle peinture allemande / Carré d ́Art, Musée d ́Art Contemporain de Nimes (F)

Meisterschülerpreis / Universität der Bildenden Künste, Berlin (GER)

Club Transmediale / Berlin (GER)

2004

Made in Berlin / Artforum Berlin (GER)

Pro / Kunsthalle Charlottenborg, Kopenhagen (DK)

Happy Days Are Here Again / David Zwirner Gallery, New York City (USA) 2003

Videoprogramm / Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin (GER)

Home Video System / Sparwasser HQ, Istanbul (TUR)

2001

eyes look into the well / Brandenburger Kunstverein, Potsdam (GER)

Collections (selection)

The Museum of Modern Art, New York City (USA)

Deste Foundation, Dakis Joannou, Athen (GRE)

Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg (GER)

Sammlung Olbricht, Essen (GER)

Collection Kraus, New York City (USA)

Elsworth Kelly Foundation, New York City (USA)

The Modern, Museum of Modern Art, Fort Worth (USA) Collection Duncan, Lincoln (USA)

Videoarchiv Ursula Blickle, Wien (A)

Sammlung Fuchs, Wien (A)

Collection Prinoth, Mailand (I)

Collection Salsali, Dubai (UAE)

Sammlung Rick, Berlin (GER)

Sammlung Schmidt-Kubica, Berlin (GER)

Sammlung Andreas Hecker, Köln (GER)

Sammlung Marian Beckmann, Köln (GER)

Sammlung Faber Castell, Stein (GER)

MUSIZ Collection, Bulgarian Institute of Culture, Hamburg (GER) Sammlung Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt am Main (GER)

Sammlung Dr. Josef Lindenberger, Frankfurt am Main (GER)

Mc Laren Technology Centre Ron Dennis, London (GB)

Grafische Sammlung, Kunstmuseum Bonn (GER)

Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen e.V. / ifa, Stuttgart (GER)

Stadt Aschersleben, Sachsen-Anhalt (GER)

Städel Museum, Graphische Sammlung, Frankfurt am Main (GER) Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin (GER)

www.ralfziervogel.com

www.ecce.cc

1953 in Aachen geboren, lebt und arbeitet in Berlin

1973-1979 Studium an der Kunstakademie Düsseldorf

1979 Stipendium der Ernst Forberg Stiftung

1980 Auslandsstipendium des Deutsch-Französischen Jugendwerks in Paris

Beginn der situationsbezogenen Skulpturen im Stadtraum von Städten

1983 Atelier im Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin

1985 Katalogförderung der Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach-Stiftung

Arbeitsstipendium des Kunstfonds e. V.

Vordemberge-Gildewart Stipendium

1988 Werkstatt-Stipendium, Philip Morris

Arbeitsstipendium des Berliner Senats

1989 RENTA-Preis, Nürnberg

August-Seeling-Preis, Duisburg

1990 Villa-Romana-Preis, Florenz

1991 Gastprofessur an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste, München

1992 Professur an der Universität Kassel

2004 – 2010 Präsident des Internationalen Künstler Gremiums (IKG)

www.norbertradermacher.de

Born in 1974 in Mödling, Austria.
1999-2005 studies at Hochschule für Bildende Künste – Städelschule, Frankfurt/M. Cmelka works with film/video, performance and photogpraphy.
She lives and works as visual artist in Berlin.
Since 2000 she shows internationally and participates in film festivals and screenings. Several residency (e.g. Villa Aurora in winter 2014, residency of Bundeskanzleramt Austria in New York in 2011 aswell as in Rome in 2008).
Since 2007 various teaching jobs: e.g. visiting professor at Udk Berlin from 2012-2015, since 2016 professor for time based media and performance at the school for art and design – Khib in Bergen, Norway. She gave workshops i.g. in the Academy of Fine Art in Umea, Sweden, University of Harvard, USA; Hochschule für Bildende Künste – Städelschule, Frankfurt/M., Germany; University Lund, Sweden.

Exhibitions – Solo (selection)
2016 „The Animals – Varieté“, Kunstverein Langenhagen (Nov. 2016)
2016 „The Animals – Homestories“, Liszt, Berlin
2015 “Kerstin Cmelka with Manuel Gorkiewicz, Mario Mentrup, Hanno Millesi and Mandla Reuter”, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
2014 “Microdrama #11”, Kunstverein Langenhagen
2014 “Surviving a Shark Attack on Land” (Performance), ACTS 2014, Museum for Contemporary Art Roskilde, Denmark
2013 „Kunst und Lebensform/Art and Life form“, Halle für Kunst und Medien (KM-), Graz
2012 „All Change“, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg
2012 „Art&Life“, Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden
2012 „Step in Shelter“, Signal, Malmö
2012 „A wave of certain needs“ (with Nora Schultz), after the butcher, Berlin
2010 „Flirtations and Partners“, Peles Empire, London
2007 „Kerstin-Cmelka-Retrospective“, ritter&staiff, Frankfurt/M.
2006 „Multistability“, rraum, Frankfurt/M.
2006 „Non-Identical Twins“, Kunstraum NÖ, Vienna
2003 „Kerstin Cmelka“, Schnitt Ausstellungsraum, Cologne

Group shows (selection)
2016 „Where are we now?“, nbk, Berlin
2016 „Ein Schelm, wer Böses dabei denkt“, Künstlerhaus Bremen
2014 “Essential Loneliness”, Taylor Macklin, Zürich
2013 „Der feine Unterschied“, Kunstverein Langenhagen
2011 „Based In Berlin“, Berlin
2011 „Kalte Gesellschaft“, curated by Judith Hopf, KW69 #3, Kunstwerke Berlin
2010 „Handlinger/Gestures“, Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, Denmark
2009 „Scorpios Garden“, compiled by Kerstine Roerpsdorff, Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin
2009 „Playing Homage“, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
2008 „50 Moons. Turin Triennale“ , Castello di Rivoli, Turin
2008 „Die Wahrnehmung von Ideen führt zu neuen Ideen“, Kunstverein Rheinlande u. Westfalen, Düsseldorf
2008 „Schnecke, Vogel, Katze und Qualle“, Galerie Mezzanin, Vienna
2007 „Overtake. The Reinterpretation of Modern Art“, Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland
2007 „Secret Flix“, Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt/Main
2007 2nd Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art, Moskau
2006 Busan Biennale 2006, Busan, Korea
2005 „Wer von diesen sieben (…)“, Studiogalerie Kunstverein Braunschweig
2005 „Madonna“, Kunsthaus Dresden
2004 „Bool, Chung, Cmelka, Fleischmann, Takeki Maeda“, c/o Atle Gerhardsen, Berlin
2004 „Fotosommergruppenausstellung“, Galerie Meerrettich, Berlin
2003 “Vivere Venezia 2 – Recycling the Future”, Biennale di Venezia
2001 „Kerstin Cmelka Bernhard Schreiner – Ausgewählte Filme 1986 –2001“, Galerie Maschenmode, Berlin

Performances (selection)
2016 „The Animal Exercise“ (with Mario Mentrup): Kreuzbergpavillion Berlin and Künstlerhaus Bremen
2015 „The Song and Dance Exercise“: performance feat. Gerrit Frohne Brinkmann, Hanno Millesi and Mario Mentrup, with a concert by Pasadena Projekt (Mario Mentrup, Nikolaus Woernle and Claudia Basrawi), Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
2014 “Surviving a Shark Attack on Land”, Kerstin Cmelka feat. Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann, Jenny Grönvall, Carl Lindh and Hanno Millesi, ACTS 2014, Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, Denmark
2013 „Nora“ (with Daniel Laufer), MEGAfon, Berlin
2013 „Non Identical Twins (Dance Folly)“ “, tap dance performance, Museumsnacht, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel
2013 „Change“ (with Manuel Gorkiewicz, Hanno Millesi, Christian Wallner und Thomas Draschan), in the frameworks of „Art and Life Form“, Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst und Medien (KM-), Graz
2012 „Art&Life“, talk show performance, Lunds Konsthall, Sweden
2012 „Kunst und Lebensform“ (talk performance with Nikola Dietrich, Scott Cameron Weaver, Tenzing Barshee, Hannah Weinberger and Fabian Schöneich), Elaine, Basel
2011 „Zeitgeist Varieté“ (with Adrian Williams), in the frameworks of „Stolen from my subconscious“, KW69 #4, Berlin
2008 „Intervention Michael Part Eins“ (Street theatre with Michael Part), dutrottoirvers, Vienna
„Microdramas“: live performances and performance videos between 2008 and 2014:
e.g. „Liebelei/Flirtations“, „I love you“, „Nora“, „Change“ etc.: various performers and sets such as:
2011 „Change“ (with Christian Wallner, Hanno Millesi, Manuel Gorkiewicz und Scott Cameron Weaver), Based in Berlin, Berlin
2009 „Nora“ (with Manuel Gorkiewicz), Paper bar, Passagegalerie, Künstlerhaus Wien, Vienna
2010 „That will come later in the course of the manipulation“ (with Christian Wallner), Maribel Lopez, Berlin
2009 „Mikrodramen“ (with Judith Hopf and Achim Lengerer), in the frameworks of „Scorpios Garden“, Temporäre Kunsthalle (Kirstine Roepstorff), Berlin
2006 „Vienna Dance Performance (Empathy)“ (with Martin Hoener, Kristoffer Frick, Karl Orton, Hanno Millesi), in the frameworks of „Non -Identical Twins“, Kunstraum NÖ, Vienna, 2006
2006 „Multistability Theatre“ (with Daniela Kneip-Velescu, Katharina Schücke, Karl Orton, Martin Hoener,Sangram Singh Pabla, Kristoffer Frick), Dresdner Bank, Frankfurt/Main, 2006
2006 „Tap Dance Performance“ (with Karl Orton), Meerrettich on Ice Gala, Volksbühne Berlin

Filmography (selection):
„Mit mir“ (2000); „Neurodermitis“ (1999), „Et In Arcadia Ego“ (2000); „camera“ (2002);
„Mikrodramas“ (Video- und Life-Performances zwischen 2008-2014): u.a. „Liebelei“ (20008), „Nora“ (2008), „Change“ (2009), „Who´s afraid?/Final Fight“ (2010), „Art and Life“ (2012), „The Indiviualists“ (2012), „Mikrodrama #11“ (2014)
„The Animals“, 80 min, 2016

Publications (selection):
“Kerstin Cmelka”, Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Vienna, 2013
“Mäuse”, Merve Verlag, Berlin, 2012
“I, Coleoptile” (mit Ann Cotten), Broken Dimanche Press, Berlin, 2010
“Multistability”, Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt/M., 2006

www.cmelkaanimals.blogspot.com

Born in Istanbul (TR) 1984

Education
2011-2013
MFA in Photography, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College, NY, US
2008-2010
MA in “Art in Context”, UdK Berlin, DE
2003-2007
BA in “Film and TV”, Istanbul Bilgi University, TR

Residencies
2016
Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, LB
2014-2015
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL

Solo shows
2016
Off-White Tulips, Ystads Konstmuseum, Ystad, SE 2013
Off-White Tulips, Uqbar, Berlin, DE

Selected group shows
2016
Father Figures are Hard to Find, nGbK, Berlin, DE
THE BILL: For Collective Unconscious, Artspace, NZ
2015
Home Works 7, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, LB
Sights and Sounds: Turkey, Jewish Museum New York, NY, US 2014
what is queer today is not queer tomorrow, nGbK, Berlin, DE 2013
Berliner Herbstsalon, Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin, DE
2012
3rd Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Moscow, RU 2011
Station, Konsthall C, Stockholm, SE
2010
AH OH, Gallery NON, Istanbul, TR
2009
Psychometry, Galerie Exile, Berlin, DE
2008
Reasonable, Hafriyat Karaköy, Istanbul, TR

Selected screenings
2016
62nd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Oberhausen, DE
Dhaka Art Summit, film program curated by Shanay Jhaveri, Dhaka, BD 2015
Outfest, REDCAT, LA, US
Dirty Looks LA, Ghebaly Gallery, US
Dirty Looks NYC, Microscope Gallery, US
2014
Montreal International Documentary Festival, Quebec, CA Stockholm Literature, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, SE
52nd New York Film Festival, NYC, US
52nd Ann Arbor Film Festival, MI, US
33rd Istanbul Film Festival, Istanbul, TR
Images Festival, Toronto, CA
2013
59th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Oberhausen, DE Bucharest Experimental Film Festival, Bucharest, RO
2010
23rd MIX Film Festival, New York, US
2008
Pink Screens, Brussels, BE
Artist talks & lectures & performances
2016
Gülsen & Hüseyin: Screen Tests for Gender, Labor and Migration, Alt, Istanbul, TR
2014
My Sorrow Nightingale (performance), Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, DE Edmund White & Aykan Safo lu (public talk), Moderna Museet, Stockholm, SE
Camp and Queer in Turkish Cinema (panel), Istanbul Modern, Istanbul, TR 2013
Enthusiasm (a lecture performance), KAT1, Istanbul, TR

Awards
2014
On Screen Award at the Images Festival
Kinetta Archival Film Award at the 52nd Ann Arbor Film Festival
2013
Grand Prize of the City of Oberhausen at the 59th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
Grants and fellowships
Research Stipend of the Berlin Senate Chancellery, 2016
SAHA studio at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, 2014-2015 SAHA, Supporting Contemporary Art from Turkey, 2013
Vehbi Koç Foundation, Living Bursary during Bard College, 2011-2013 DAAD/TEV Scholarship, 2008-2010
OSYM Scholarship, 2003-2007

Publications
2016
Frauen und Film (67th issue)
Interview conducted by Nanna Heidenreich (in German)
2015
Pink Labour on Golden Streets.Queer Arts Practices
edited by Erharter, Christiane; Schwärzler, Dietmar; Sircar,
Ruby; Scheirl, Hans. Sternberg Press. Vienna.
USER’S MANUAL 2.0
Contemporary Art from Turkey 1975-2015. Ed. Halil Altındere, Süreyyya Evren, Revolver Publishing, Berlin.
2010
Semiotics of the chicken is published in the student magazine –UNIQUE- of the University of Vienna.
List of works (selection)
2015
untitled (artist coop), Drawing class performance.
Untitled (Gülsen vs Hüseyin), Two-channel video installation, 13’.
2014
Portraits (Marc), two-channel video installation, 10’.
My Sorrow Nightingale, pop-up choir performance at Neue Nationalgalerie Companions, 6 performances&workshops with nGbK catalogues
2013
Off-White Tulips, 2013, Video Essay, 23’47’’.
2012
Untitled (Sweat Series), a series of digital photographs, 40X28cm.
2011
Carmen Miranda’s exemption from Turkish Military Service (Self-portrait), etching on paper (unique), 43X51cm.
2010
Semiotics of the chicken, mixed installation with photography, silicone sculpture, rice. Dimensions vary.
Voguing, mixed installation with wallpaper, plant, and book. Dimensions vary.
2009
Carmen Miranda pays a visit to the Turkish armed forces, postcard, 13x 17cm. 2008
The End of the World (after Gustave Courbet’s L’Origin du monde), Digital Photography.
2007
Anti-confessions vol. 1, short film.

Collections
2015
Rijksakademie van beldende kunsten’s Collection Vehbi Koc Foundation Contemporary Art Collection 2014
Agah Ugur Collection
Merve Caglar Collection

1984 born in Hamburg, lives in Berlin.

Art historian, writer and curator

Curator of exhibitions and writer of texts on modern and contemporary art for i. a. catalogues and magazines. Professional experience in the gallery and museum as well as in the journalistic and science field at home and abroad.

Academic degree Dr. des. with the dissertation Transparency and Reflection. Architecture in Photography of the 1920s and 1930s (Prof. Dr. Monika Wagner, Hamburg).
Research Associate (2012–2014) and Lecturer (2015) of the University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld in the Department of Design, Photography and Media.

Magister degree in art history and German language and literature with the focus on theatre and media at the University of Hamburg. Student tutor for German literature and art history. Student assistant and volunteer in the Archive for the study of material iconography and Student assistant at the Center for Intercultural Literature and Media Studies at the University of Hamburg.

Language and study residencies in Córdoba (Argentina), London and Florence.

www.corawaschke.de

Larissa Fassler (b. Vancouver 1975) has lived and worked in Berlin since 1999. She obtained her BFA from Concordia University, Montreal, and an MFA from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London.

In 2017 her work was shown at the 11th São Paulo Architecture Biennial and at the MAAT | Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon. In 2016 her work was exhibited in solo exhibitions at the Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris; at Galerie Jérôme Poggi, Paris; at the Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt and at the Esker Foundation in Calgary. Critical reviews and writing on her work have appeared in Canadian Art, Artforum and Artpress and her work has been included in books such as Imagine Architecture and Beyond Architecture from Gestalten and Dirt by PennDesign and the MIT Press.

www.larissafassler.com

Heiko Pfreundt develops playful concepts with Lisa Schorm at the artist-run Project Space Kreuzberg Pavillon in Berlin that he founded in 2011. He studied in the field of art education and visual communication and is a graduate from the University of Arts Bremen. In Berlin he worked for different project spaces, artist residency programs and institutions and received with Kreuzberg Pavillon one of the Project Space Awards of the Cultural Senate of Berlin in 2013. Until today – Kreuzberg Pavillon hosted over 130 shows and 800 artists in a weekly change.

Beside his artistic practice he has been giving lectures at the cultural science institute of University Bremen from 2013-2016 about diverse forms of exhibition making and gaming as education. He’s a regular contributor to Norwegian Kunstforum Magazine and portfolio reviewer for nordic artists and designers at the Northern Embassies in Berlin. In 2016 he co-directed the third issue of the Project Space Festival Berlin.

www.kreuzbergpavillon.de

Born 1967 in Cologne, Germany

Jens is a founding partner of Casper Mueller Kneer based in London and Berlin. His work includes the seat of the publisher DISTANZ in Berlin, the bunker conversion BOROS COLLECTION / SAMMLUNG BOROS, and WHITE CUBES´s largest venue in Bermondsey Street, London.

Besides his work in practice Jens gained strong and extensive teaching experiences. He was a tutor at RWTH Aachen, taught at TU Berlin, was a Unit Master within the AA Berlin Laboratory of the Architectural Association. At Brandenburg University of Technology BTU Cottbus he held a Professorship, chaired Contextual Design, directed an international postgraduate architectural design programme, and lectured on the correlation of progressive heritage conservation and architectural design in an experimental and transdisiplinary format.

Jens studied architecture at RWTH Aachen, and was employed in severals architectural offices before co-founding his first own practice Realarchitektur in Berlin in 2003. In 2010 Jens joined forces with Marianne Mueller and Olaf Kneer to establish Casper Mueller Kneer in London and Berlin. Their practice puts focus on spaces for the arts, culture and fashion, and their respective protagonists.

Jens lives and works in Berlin, Germany

www.jenscasper.com

born in Witten, Germany, lives and works in Berlin. After studying Sociology at Bielefeld University and “Photography and Video” at the Unversity of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, he was awarded with a “Meisterschüler” degree at the University of the Arts Berlin in 2006. In 2005 he received the Fulbright Grant New York and majored in the MFA program of Hunter College, New York City.

Niklas Goldbach received several sholarships (i.e. Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn 2010, Arbeitsstipendium Bildende Kunst des Berliner Senats 2013, Globalstipendium des Berliner Senats 2014, Dredsdner Stipendium für Fotografie 2016, Villa Aurora Los Angeles 2017) and presented his works in numerous solo shows, group exhibitions, and festivals in venues like the as the Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Mori-Art Museum, Tokyo, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k., Cornerhouse, Manchester, documenta 14 public programs, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Centre Pompidou, Berlinische Galerie Museum for Contemporary Art, Museum Ludwig, Cologne and the Short Film Festival Oberhausen. In 2014 he was awarded with the “Paula Modersohn-Becker Jubilee Award”.

www.niklasgoldbach.de

1967 Born in Linz, Austria
Lives and works in Vienna and Berlin
1987 Matura
1992 Staatl. Hochule für Bildende Künste “Städelschule”, Frankfurt, Germany
1995 Cooper Union N.Y.C.
1997 alternate civilian service
1998 Meisterschüler, Städelschule (Staatl. Hochschule für Bildende Künste Frankfurt)
2005 Founding of exhibition series “Apartment Draschan Vienna“
2008 Kunstankauf bmukk Österreich
2010 Sammlung DZ Bank
2012 Founding of exhibition space: “Apartment Draschan Berlin”
2014 Ankauf Museum Angerlehner

Awards
2006 Recine Film Festival, Best Contribution to the Language of Film (The Influence…)
2005 Hamburger Kurzfilmfestival: No Budget Jurypreis (Preserving Cultural Trad.)
2005 Oberhausen, Muvi Online Preis: 3ter Platz
2005 Honorable Mention, Mediacity 11
2004 Honorable Mention (Happy Few), Ann Arbor
2003 Hessischer Filmpreis, bester Kurzfilm (Happy Few)
2003 Blue Award, THAW 03, Iowa City (Happy Few)
2002 Griot Editorial Award for Excellence in the Art of Film Editing, Ann Arbour
2001 Hessischer Filmpreis, bester Kurzfilm (Metropolen des Leichtsinns)
1999 Diagonale Graz: Honourable Mention
1998 Ann Arbour Festival: Honourable Mention
1998 Onion City Film Festival, Chicago: “Sharon Cousin Founders Award”

www.draschan.com

Nationality Finnish
Lives and works in Berlin

Education and Residencies
2015 Künstlerhaus Bethanien, 12 months, Berlin, DE
2014 IASPIS Swedish Arts Grant Committee, 5 months Residency Stockholm, SE
2012 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, 5 months Residency Governors Island, NYC, USA
2008 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, USA
2006-2008 Sandberg Institute MFA, Amsterdam, NL
2002-2006 Gerrit Rietveld Academie, BFA (Audiovisual department) Amsterdam, NL

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2018 Family Business, SIC Space, Helsinki, FI (upcoming)
Family Business: Rogue Memories, Kim Center Contemporary Art, Riga, LV
2017 Orient Express, Galerie Wedding, Berlin, DE
Camp Solong: Nonstop Sunset, Sinne Gallery, Helsinki, FI (with Ethan Hayes-Chute)
2016 Modern Lives, Lilith Performance Studio, Malmö, SE
2015 Human Comma Being, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE
Dark Monologue, Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin, DE
2014 IASPIS, Open Studios, Stockholm, SE
2012 Can’t Complain, Club Midnight, Berlin, DE
Roots mini retrospective in collaboration with Film Huis Den Haag, Horizon Verticaal, Haarlem, NL
2011 Out Of Left Field, Annie Wharton Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
A Fern In Between, two-person show with Skip Arnold, More Funner Projects Miami, USA
2010 The Unbearable Presence of Roots, Filmhuis Zaal5, Den Haag, NL
Extras (I made it to Hollywood), W139, Amsterdam, NL
2009 The Award Winning Show, 1646, Den Haag, NL

Selected Performances
2017 Orient Express Yourself, Lilith Performance Studio, Malmö, SE
Camp Solong, Summer Camp, with Ethan Hayes-Chute Sinne/ Proartibus Foundation, Ekenäs, DE
Related Primates, Kunst-Werke Berlin, DE
Informations on Related Primates, Agora, Berlin, DE
2016 Camp Solong, with Ethan Hayes-Chute, Kunstverein Braunschweig, DE
Kitchen Con Fusion, Collaboration with Hanne Lippard, La Reunion Zurich, CH
2015 Extended I Exercise -The Class, Kunst-Werke, Berlin, DE
Epilogue The Unbearable Presence of Roots, Crikoteka Tadeusz Kantor Center, Krakau, PL
Dark Monologue, Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin, DE
Coda- Human Comma Being, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE
Robin Radio, Take You There Radio, CNAC Magasin Grenoble, FR
ShePS – (with Hanne Lippard) Soft Tragedy, Kinderhook & Caracas, Project Space Festival, Berlin, DE
2014 Other Odyssey, New Orleans Film Society/ Deltaworkers, USA
I work here again, Deutsches Architektur Zentrum, Berlin, DE
The She The Same, Center for Contemporary Art Uzajdowski Castle, Warsaw, PL
2013 The She The Same, Dissident Desire, Exercise on critical Bodybuilding, District Berlin, Berlin, DE
2012 Ventriloquist With Big Dumb Object, PS1 Moma, curated by Liz Magic Laser, New York, USA
The Martyr, Helios Multiplex Cinema, Wroclaw, PL,
2011 When We Make Love Love Makes Us, Hebbel Am Ufer Theater, Berlin, DE

Selected Group Exhibitions
2017 Preis Der Nationalgalerie, Sol Calero Amazonas Shopping Center, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin DE
2016 Performance Process and Presence, Kunstverein Braunschweig, DE
Sauna Caliente / Sol Calero, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz AU
Oedipusmas Special, Conglomerate (Collective), 1646, Den Haag, NL
2015 Ego Update, NRW Forum Düsseldorf, DE
Homeworks, Collection Nick Koenigsknecht and Hannes Schroeder-Finckh, Berlin, DE
2014 Berlin Art Prize, Berlin, DE
I Love You Me Either, Project Native Informant, London, UK
All about these…, Soma Mexico, Mexico City, ME
2013 KCHUNG Video, Night Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
From The Desert, Hudson Link, Los Angeles, USA
2012 PS1 Sunday Sessions, New York City, USA
Things Words And Consequences, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, RU
In Search Of Bas Jan Ader, Touring Exhibition, NL
Night For Day in collaboration with Art 21 CUNY, NYC, USA
Nomadik, Gallery Design BWA, Wraclaw, PL
2011 Based in Berlin, Berlin, DE
Coming Soon, with Keren Cytter, Stanya Kahna, Shana Moulton, Future Gallery Berlin, DE
Perfumed Nightmare, collaboration with Liz Magic Laser, Marvelli Gallery, NYC, USA
2010 Artist 2010, 20th Istanbul Art Fair, 1646, Tuyap Istanbul, TR
Private View Berlin, Artillerie, Supermarket, Berlin, DE
That Which Comes, Les Ateliers de Rennes Biennale d’art Contemporain, FR

Selected PRESS / TV
2017 Heiss auf Falafel, Berliner Zeitung, Imgard Berner
Falafel Werfen Fragen Auf, TAZ Berlin, By Ingo Arend,
Falafel har aldrig smakat så gott, By Caroline Söderholm, Sydsvenskan,
Who Cares? By Karen Archie, Frieze Magazine
“Statisch ist Sowieso Nichts”, Gallerytalk by Hannah Schraven
Näyttelyvinkit (Exhibition must sees) Helsingin Sanomat
“That’s Entertainment”, Conglomerate, by Alicia Reuter, Sleek Magazine
2016 Sydsvenskan, Den Frysta Tiden (The Frozen Time), by Tor Billgren
Skånska Dagbladet, Flerdimensionell Briljans (Multidimensionall brilliance) by Clemens Altgård
Kuba Paris, Zuschauen im Schaustellen, Perspektiven des Publikums, by Agnieszka Roguski
Berlin Art Link, Studio Visit Dafna Maimon, by Alison Hugill
Kopenhagen.dk (video interview) Inner landscape of gestures and replications, by Meise Fabricius
2015 Be-Magazine, It, She, You, I too, On being many, by Federica Bueti
2014-13 ARTE Creative, Production and Direction Fitness For Artists TV, in collaboration with Baby Darwin and Helga Wretman
2012 Mister Motley, Don’t take my breath then I won’t take yours, feature, Issue 34 Sex, NL
D.I.E Now / Keren Cytter, Essay, Sternberg Press
2011 Monopol Magazine, Online Video Portrait Dafna Maimon, Berlin, DE
Kunstuur Avro (Art Hour National TV interview with Bart Rutten/ Curator Stedelijk Museum), NL
Girls Like Us Magazine, Dialogue interview with Keren Cytter, Vol. 2 Nr. 2

Nominations/ Prizes
2017 Nominated for Ars Viva 2017, Berlin DE
2014 Nominated for the Berlin Art Prize, Berlin DE
2013 Nominated for the Emdash Frieze Fair Award, London, UK
2010 Winner of the Zaal 5 Workspace 10 Filmhuis Den Haag competition (9,000 Euro Award), NL

Other
2015- Founder and founding member of artist collective CONGLOMERATE, Berlin, DE
2008-2011 Founding member/dancer of the dance group D.I.E. Now (Dance International Europe Now) founded by Keren Cytter

Teaching
2016-2018 Video Art, Bard College Berlin, Berlin DE

www.dafnamaimon.com

born 1970 in Kempten/Allgäu, Germany
lives and works in Berlin und Bremen

1996 – 2004 Study at the University of Arts Bremen, Master Student, Germany
since 2014 teaching in the context of the Excellence Programm from the UdK Berlin at the KUNSTHALLE am Hamburger Platz, Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee
since 2014 teaching at the University of Arts Bremen
2014 Lecture at the University Bremen „Kiss me, Hardy“, Stratigrafien between kitsch and violence in pictorial spaces of dwelling
2014 Lecture at the Akademie of Arts Mainz, Johannes-Gutenberg University

Awards and Residencies (selection)

2014–2015 Excellence Programm of the UdK Berlin
2013 Artist Residency Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems
2011 Artist Residency Schloß Hundisburg, Kultusministerium Sachsen-Anhalt
2008 Artist Residency Künstlerhaus Hooksiel
2006 Prize for Arts, Ottersberg, Niedersachsen
2003 Thales Prize of the NORDWESTKUNST, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven

www.patricialambertus.de

Born 1971 in Munich
Lives and works in Berlin, Germany

1990-92 Animator at Linda Film GmbH, München
1992-98 Akademie der bildenden Künste Nürnberg
1997 Universität der Künste Berlin
1996/97 Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris
1998 Master Student

GRANTS, AWARDS & RESIDENCIES

2008 Käthe-Dorsch-und-Agnes-Straub-Forundation, Project Grant
2007 Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt art IT, Award
2002 DAAD, Travel Grant
Award of the gorvernement of Oberfranken
2000 Awarnd of the Freestate of Bavaria
1996-96 Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, Award

PUBLICATIONS

2014 THE PINK PAINTINGS, Galerie Münsterland e.V.
2007 Doris Marten, Goldrausch Künstlerinnenproject art IT
2003 Abstraktion Now, Künstlerhaus Wien
2001 Um die Ecke geschaut, Nürnberg

www.dorismarten.com

Emma Waltraud Howes (f. 1976, Canada) worked in a professional context as a dancer and choreographer before shifting her focus towards performance, video, sculpture, sound, and various 2D media within the framework of a conceptual art practice. Her current work is guided by observations of gestures with a focus on the development of an expanded choreographic practice. She incorporates public interventions, kinesthetic and architectural research, and an underlying drawing component in the form of graphic scores for performances that can be interpreted by orchestras, dancers, and the public. These compositions are representative of a stage in the development from concept and intention to depiction and effect. Howes approaches the stage as a place of theater and a moment in the expansion of a social process. She is drawn to include the audience in this practice through an invitation to occupy the space of the exhibition as actors in a process of negotiation and play with perceived borders and boundaries.

www.emmawaltraudhowes.com

1995 – 2001 Studies fine arts / painting, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
with Prof. Jan Dibbets and Prof. Gerhard Merz
Master Student of Jan Dibbets

2009 lectureship contemporary art, University of Wuppertal
since 2011 lectureship art, text and presentation, Caspar-David-Friedrich-Institut, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald
since 2014 lectureship art mediation, visualization and presentation, analysis and development of increase in value systems in art and design, Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz, Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee

grants
2010 travel grant for Paris, awarded by Kulturamt Treptow-Köpenick, Berlin
2008 artist in residence, SIM, Reykjavik
2002 travel grant for rome awarded by the italian culture institute
since 2002 studio grant of the senate, Berlin

www.brodauf.info
www.diegutezeile.de
www.artbux.com

geboren 1970 in Stuttgart
Andreas Koch ist Künstler, Grafikdesigner und Herausgeber der Zeitschrift „von hundert“.

Er unterrichtete an zahlreichen Institutionen wie der Udk Berlin, der KHB Weissensee, Hfbk Dresden, Hbk Brauschweig, bbk Berlin oder Goldrausch. Außerdem betrieb er von 1996 bis 2004 die Galerie Koch und Kesslau zusammen mit Sybille Kesslau und beteiligte sich damit an zahlreichen Messen u.a. dem Art Forum Berlin, der Frieze in London oder der Art Basel Miami Beach. Die Galerie stellte unter anderem die Künstler Kai Schiemenz, Sofia Hultén, René Lück oder Tilman Wendland aus. Die Galerie gewann auf dem Art Forum Berlin 2001 den Preis für den besten Stand (Project Spaces).

Als Künstler erhielt er unter anderem zweimal das Berliner Arbeitsstipendium des Senats (2000, 2011), Kunstfonds Bonn (2008) und ein Stipendium der Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg, außerdem war er Stipendiat der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. Er stellte seine Arbeit an vielen Orten in und außerhalb Berlins aus, unter anderem 2013 im Kunstverein Arnsberg. Für 2015 ist eine teils retrospektive Einzelausstellung im Haus am Lützowplatz in Planung.

Andreas Koch ist Mitglied der Alliance International des Critiques d’Arts (AICA).
Seit 2006 ist er Herausgeber, Autor und Redakteur der mit Kito Nedo gegründeten und zusammen mit Barbara Buchmaier geleiteten Kunstzeitschrift „von hundert“, die mit kritischem Blick die Kunstszene Berlins verfolgt. Außerdem schrieb er für die Zeitschrift „Spike“ Beiträge.

Als Buchgestalter entwarf Andreas Koch zahlreiche Bücher und Kataloge, unter anderem für die Künstler Olafur Eliasson, Elmgreen & Dragset, Eberhard Havekost, Veronika Kellndorfer oder Yarisal & Kublitz. 2014 wurde das Buch Kochbuch “The Kitchen” des Studios Eliasson für die Shortlist der schönsten Bücher 2013 nominiert, ebenso das Buch „Weltausstellung“ von Stephanie Kloss 2014. Seit 1994 gestaltet er die Obdachlosenzeitung „motz“. Er arbeitet im Büro für Film und Gestaltung, Berlin mit Stefan Stefanescu, Daniel Wiesmann, Sebastian Fessel und Kai Dieterich.

www.vonhundert.de
www.loop-raum.de
www.kochundkesslau.de

Rüdiger Lange worked for ten years in the context of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program. In 1997 he took over the artistic direction for the Volksbühne’s PAVILLON at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz. There, he realized exhibitions and projects, always with focus on artistic process in (semi-)public spaces.

At the same time he was responsible for PARABOLICA SPACES – a complex of buildings in Berlin-Mitte temporarily used as cultural venue until 2001. Another important project was the development of an extensive cultural agenda in the former Heeresbäckerei in Berlin-Kreuzberg. From 2002 to 2005 Lange figured out a various program of artistic productions operating under the label heeresbaeckerei-kultur. Additionally, he ran a club for advanced elctronic music. Both projects were performed in close cooperation with the particular real estate developer.

As co-founder of the Art Fair PREVIEW BERLIN he created a platform for emerging galleries. PREVIEW BERLIN is dedicated to the promotion of young positions. It explores new formats for mediation in the art market.

Rüdiger Lange has curated numerous solo and group exhibitions in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, South Korea, Canada, the US and Great Britain, such as BERLIN – LONDON 2001 in the ICA Institute for Contemporary Art London. As owner and artistic director of GALERIE LOOP – RAUM FÜR AKTUELLE KUNST he offers a continous exhibition program since 1997. Currently he presents Standard International – #1 Post Spatial Surfaces / #2 Post Spatial Devices at Geisberg Berlin.

www.loop-raum.de
www.standard-international.de

born 1967 in Rosenheim
lives and works in Berlin

1989-1996 AdBK München / Munich, Goldsmiths’ College, London

Solo exhibitions (selection)
2015
Morgenröthe, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin

2013
S, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich

2012
The Mental Life of Savages, Galerie Guido W. Baudach (Charlottenburg), Berlin
Form and Fear and Muse, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam

2011
Quiet Days in Salò, Thomas Brambrilla Contemporary, Bergamo
Gehirne (mit / with Armin Boehm), Kunstverein Heppenheim E.V., Heppenheim

2010
Use Your Relatives, China Arts Objects, Los Angeles
Thomas Helbig, Jiri Svestka Gallery, Prague
Thomas Helbig, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin

2009
Mário Sequeira Gallery, Braga
WHITE, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich
Viper in Bosom, Vilma Gold, London

2008
Remote Pulse, Bortolami, New York
Complete Birth, Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens
Stern der Musen, Kunstverein Oldenburg, Oldenburg *


Group exhibitions
(selection)
2015
Turn of a Century, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin
50 Jahre PIN. Freunde der Pinakothek der Moderne, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung Munich
Der Beste Anfang, Thomas Brambilla Contemporary, Bergamo
Wo ist hier? #2: Raum und Gegenwart. Bildhauerei und Installation seit 2000, Kunstverein Reutlingen, Reutlingen
Reformer, Nationalmuseum Berlin, Berlin
Painting Show – Part Two, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich
FRISCH aus Berlin. Einblicke in eine Berliner Privatsammlung, Stadtmuseum Oldenburg, Oldenburg *
Berlin – Klondyke: 1. Berlin-Edition, Salon Dahlmann, Berlin
Sweet Sixten, China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles

2014
Feels Like Heaven, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Sein und Zeit, Galerie Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck
Luggage and observations, Galerie Klaus Gerrit Friese, Stuttgart
Paperworlds, Collectors Room Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin *

2013
Painting Forever! Keilrahmen, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin *
Berlin-Klondyke, Hipphalle, Gmunden
Berlin-Klondyke, Werkschau Spinnerei, Halle 12, Leipzig
Too Big or Not too Big – Summer Show, Thomas Brambilla, Bergamo
The Inevitable Figuration, Museo Pecci, Prato
Vages Gefühl des Unbehagens. Thomas Helbig – Victor Man – Helmut Stallaerts, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle

2012
Private/Corporate VII, Daimler Contemporary, Berlin
Alpenrepublik, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck *
Collaborations & Interventions, Kunsthalle Andratx, Andratx / Spain
Accelerating Toward Apocalypse, Doron Sebbag ArtCollection, ORS Ltd., Tel Aviv *

2011
Gesamtkunstwerk, Saatchi Gallery, London *
How to Paint!, Katholische Akademie, München / Munich *
Tabula Rasa, ein Projekt von / a project by Galerie im Regierungsviertel, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg
Impossible Vacation, White Flag Projects, St. Louis
a painting show, Autocenter, Berlin
What a serious horror writing a play, Show 3, Kienzle Art Foundation, Berlin *
the darkest corners of the whitest cube, Kunsthaus Dresden, Dresden

* Catalogue

www.guidowbaudach.com/artists/thomas-helbig/works

 

Ahmet Öğüt, born in 1981 in Diyarbakır, is a sociocultural initiator, artist, and lecturer who lives and works in Berlin and Amsterdam.

He is the initiator of The Silent University, which is an autonomous knowledge exchange platform by refugees, asylum seekers. Working across a variety of media, Öğüt’s institutional solo exhibitions include Round-the-clock, Alt Art Space Istanbul (2016); Forward!, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2015); Happy Together: Collaborators Collaborating, Chisenhale Gallery, London (2015); The MATRIX Program at the UC Berkeley Art Museum (2010); and Kunsthalle Basel (2008). He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions, including the British Art Show 8 (2015-2017); Okayama Art Summit; 11th Gwangju Biennale; Museum On/OFF, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR (2016), the 13th Biennale de Lyon (2015); 8th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale (2014); Performa 13, the Fifth Biennial of Visual Art Performance, New York (2013); the 7th Liverpool Biennial (2012); the 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011); the New Museum Triennial, New York (2009); and the 5th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art (2008).

He has taught at the Dutch Art Institute, Netherlands (2012); the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Finland (2011–ongoing); and Yildiz Teknik University, Turkey (2004–2006), among others.

Öğüt was awarded the Visible Award for the Silent University (2013); the special prize of the Future Generation Art Prize, Pinchuk Art Centre, Ukraine (2012); the De Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs 2011, Netherlands; and the Kunstpreis Europas Zukunft, Museum of Contemporary Art, Germany (2010). He co-represented Turkey at the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009).

www.ahmetogut.com

*197X in Bremen
Lives and works in Berlin, Frankfurt am Main and Bremen.

Constructions of art / strategies of art / spectatorship of various matrixes
„Life recreates art“

2014 Starting „The Idling Gallery“ with Ann Schomburg
2011 Lecture MAA Art Programme Helsinki / Public Assemblies
2001 – ongoing Art Market Research collaboration with IFSE Berlin
2002 – 2006 Research collaboration at HfG Karlruhe / Art and Media
2002 Kunstakademie Düsseldorf Academy degree / Albert Oehlen
1998 -2002 Research collaboration at University of Witten Herdecke / Art and Oeconomy / Organisation Team of „Oeconomenta“

Grants and Awards:
2015 Vienna Calling Price, Vienna Bötzow Price, Berlin
2014 The Idling Mobile Residency, Kassel/Düsseldorf 2011 Artist in Residency, HIAP Helsinki
Artist in Residence, City of Frankfurt am Main 2004 I&H Support Price, Bremen
2002 Artoll Labor Bedburg Hau
2001 Travel Grant Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
1998 Art Price „The Junction“, Düsseldorf
1998 Art Price of HHUK, Düsseldorf
1988 LPP Art Price, Bremen
1987 OSBH Art Price, Bremen

Collections
Artoll Labor, Bedburg Hau
Cultural Values, Köln
Deutsche Bank Collection Frankfurt am Main / Wallstreet New York Heinrich Heine Universitätsklinik, Düsseldorf
Ihrcke Erdarbeiten, Bremen
Institut für Strategieentwicklung, Berlin
Lacoste, Paris
Kurzeja&Cie., München
Wöbken Dachtechnik, Köln

www.sascha-boldt.com

Born in Caracas May 16, 1971

Education:
1992 -96 B.A. Columbia University, New York. School of Visual Arts.
1990 -92 Columbia University, New York. School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. 1988 -90 Universidad Metropolitana de Caracas, Business.

Internship:
2002 -03 Jorge Stever, Caracas.
1996 -97 Gregory Amenoff, New York. 1995 -96 Archie Rand, Brooklyn, New York.

Professional experience:
2007 – 2012 Gallery Director Dgriss Art Gallery, Panama.
2012 – 2014 Gallery Advisor DGAG Contemporary, Panama.

Shows:

Individual:
2015 RANIVILU Art Gallery, MAGNETIC INTERFERENCE. Miami, Fl. USA.
2014 RANIVILU Art Gallery, INTERVENTION, Miami, Fl. USA.
2014 DGAG Contemporary BLACKGOLD, Panamá, Panamá
2014 Klaus Steinmetz Contemporary, INTERVENTION Ezcazú, Costa Rica
2013 Quanta Collection, Wynwood. Miami, Fl, USA
2013 DGAG Contemporary INTERVENTION, Panamá, Panamá.
2011 DGAG Contemporary, Flatline, Panamá, Panamá.
2009 DGAG Contemporary, Sweet Violet Sweet, Panama, Panama.
2007 Bernhard Smodics Gallery, “ Hyperexpressionism” Salzburg, Austria.
2003 Bernhard Smodics Gallery, “ Ich Bin Mahler…”, Salzburgo, Austria.
1999 Museo Casa del Tesoro, “Soy un árbol”, Coro, Edo. Falcón, Venezuela.
1998 Galería BANAP, “Al pie del árbol”, Caracas, Venezuela.
1995 Soo Kyung Gallery, “Recent Works”,The Soho Building, New York, USA.
1994 Dodge Hall, “Welcome Le Roy Neiman”, Columbia University, New York, USA. 1993 Soo Kyung Gallery, “Self -Self Portraits”,The Soho Building, New York, USA.

Group / Art fairs:
2016 Art Wynwood, RANIVILU art Gallery Miami, Fl. USA.
2015 HFAF 2015, RANIVILU Art Gallery. Houston, TX. USA.
2015 Art Lima 2015, Klaus Steinmetz Contemporary. Lima, Peru
2015 LONDON Contemporary Art Fair, Beers Contemporary, London, UK. 2015 PINTA MIAMI 2015, RANIVILU art gallery, Miami Fl. USA.
2015 IREVERENT, RANIVILU Art Gallery, Miami FL. USA.
2015 COLOR MOTION, RANIVILU Art Gallery, Miami Fl. USA.
2014 VALOARTE, Ezcazú, Costa Rica
2014 PINTA MIAMI 2014, RANIVILU Art Gallery, Miami FL. USA.
2014 100 Painters of tomorrow , ICA London, UK
2013 Artspot Art Fair Miami, Aldo Castillo Projects, Miami, Fl. USA
2013 ArtBo 2013, Klaus Stenimetz Contemporary, Bogotá , Colombia 2013 BEERS.LAMBERT Contemporary, AU, London, UK.
2010 DGAG Feria de Arte Panama, Panama.
2010 DGAG Contemporary, 002 TEXTURA, Panama, Panama.
2008 DGAG Contemporary, SON 4, Panama, Panama.
2005 Galería Espacios Infinitos, “Técnicas Mixtas”, Caracas, Venezuela. 2002 Bernhard Smodics Gallery, “Saltamontes”, Salzburg, Austria.
2001 Ateneo de Valencia, 59 Salón Arturo Michelena, Valencia, Edo. Carabobo, Venezuela
1998 Ven-Arte, Corp-Banca, Caracas, Venezuela
1995 Arquideco Art Gallery, Coral Gables, Miami, Florida, USA.
1994 Robenson Center Art Gallery, “Latinos Invitados – Arte Latino”, Newark, New Jersey, USA. 1993 The Venezuelan Center, “Venezuela + 1 Artstorming”, Venezuelan Consulate, New York, USA. 1993 Montauk Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, USA.

Private Collections:
BANESCO BANCO , Panama, Panama. INDUSTRIAS BEROL , Caracas, Venezuela. QUANTA Collection, Miami, Florida. USA

Prints:
100 Painters of Tomorrow.(Libro 2014) Editorial: Thames-Hudson/ New York

www.pablogriss.com
www.pablogrissintervention.com
www.pablogrissblackgold.com

Geboren/Born 1968 in Wels, Österreich/Austria.
Lebt und arbeitet/Lives and works in Berlin, Deutschland/Germany.

1988 – 1990
Studium an der /Studies at Hochschule für Kunst und Gestaltung, Klasse für visuelle Gestaltung/class for visual design, Linz, Österreich/Austria

1990 – 1995
Studium an der/Studies at Staatlichen Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Städelschule, Klasse/class Professor Raimer Jochims, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany

2004 – 2005
Lehrauftrag „Neue Formen der Malerei“/Lectureship „New forms of painting“, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Mainz, Deutschland/Germany

Bibliographie/Bibliography

Kataloge/Catalogues
Berlin Artists
Till Kremer, Kerber Verlag, Berlin, 2015
Autocenter
Autocenter (Hg./Ed.), Distanz Verlag, Berlin, Deutschland/Germany, 2014
SNAFU
Kunstraum Dreieich (Hg./Ed.), Artspace Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany 2014
Im Dschungel
Friedemann Hahn (Hg./Ed.), Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 2014
Vector IV
Peter Gregorio, Javier Barrios (Hg./Ed.), Berlin, Deutschland/Germany, 2014
REkollekt
Galerie Borchard (Hg./Ed.), Hamburg, Deutschland/Germany, 2014
Apokalyptik als Widerstand
Biber Tom (Hg./Ed.), Ingolstadt, Deutschland/Germany, 2013
Die Knieende
Galerie Next (Hg./Ed.), Dresden, Deutschland/Germany, 2012
Ten Words and One Shot
Kevin Krumnikl (Hg./Ed.), Eltville, Deutschland/Germany, 2011
Verbrechen und Bild
Friedemann Hahn (Hg./Ed.), Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 2011
Home Run
Architekturmuseum (Hg./Ed.), Berlin, Deutschland/Germany, 2010
Brennstoff, Moderne Nerven
Ela Angerer (Hg./Ed.), Verlag Czernin, Wien/Vienna, Österreich/Austria, 2010
Zeigen Temporäre
Kunsthalle (Hg./Ed.), Berlin, Deutschland/Germany, 2009
Sammlung Rausch
Daniel Birnbaum (Hg./Ed.), Verlag Walther König, Köln/Cologne, Deutschland/Germany 2007
Sommerfrische/Sehnsucht nach dem Paradies
Indra Wussow (Hg./Ed.), Sylt, Deutschland/Germany 2007
2. international Painting Price of the Castellon County
Paco Barragan (Hg./Ed.), Spanien/Spain, 2005
brillant(e)
KUNST MERAN (Hg./Ed.), Meran, Italien/Italy 2004
Macht und Tränen
Friedemann Hahn (Hg./Ed.), Waldmann Verlag, Senden, Deutschland/Germany, 2003
Polaroid
Manfred Peckl & Bernhard Schreiner, Gartner‘s Gallery (Hg./Ed.), Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1994
AUSSER
Manfred Peckl & Elke Martin, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1992
ROMANIACS
Manfred Peckl & Elke Martin, Martin Liebscher (Hg./Ed.), Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1992

Monografien/Monographs
No Moon, Text von /text by Marcus Andrew Hurttig, Galerie Kai Erdmann (Hg./Ed.), Hamburg, Deutschland/Germany, 2016
Künstler, kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, Ausgabe 108/Heft 27/4. Quartal,Text von/text by Oliver Körner von Gustorf, Der Kunsthandel Verlag GmbH, Neu Isenburg, 2014
Ob die Täter Mütter Föten, Text von/text by Cora Waschke, Galerie Kai Erdmann (Hg./Ed.), Hamburg, Deutschland/Germany, 2013
WAH, Manfred Peckl, Berlin, 2013
Rosa Brille, Kunstverein Heppenheim (Hg./Ed.), Mona Hartfiel, Heppenheim, Deutschland/Germany, 2009
Another Girl another World, Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Nürnberg, Deutschland/Germany, 2005
Bis dass der Tod uns meidet, Manfred Peckl, Revolver Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 2000
gegend/exzerpte, Manfred Peckl, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1997
Mexikoreise, Manfred Peckl, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1997
unter fischen spricht man fisch, Manfred Peckl, Axel Dielmann Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1997
miamia, Manfred Peckl, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1996
mund, Manfred Peckl, Frankfurter Sparkasse (Hg./Ed.), Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1996
MUSIK, Edition Voges+Deisen (Hg./Ed.), Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1996
muh, Manfred Peckl, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1996
auch äther ist schön, Manfred Peckl, Wien/Vienna, Österreich/Austria, 1995
Gedichte, Manfred Peckl, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1993
DICHTUNG, Manfred Peckl, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 1993

Musik/Music
To Be Or Not The B-Men, (mit/with Andreas Schlaegel, Marc Bijl, Marcus Sendlinger)
CD, Sick Fuck Records, Berlin, Deutschland/Germany,2013
Amen, The B-Men (mit/with Andreas Schlaegel, Marc Bijl, Marcus Sendlinger), Vinylschallplatte/vinyl record, Sick Fuck Records, Berlin, Deutschland/Germany, 2010
Ants in Pants Always Everything, (mit/with Svenghoulie, Zemon Demon, GogoGunnar),CD, 2006
Ants in Pants (mit/with Sveghoulie, Sylvie Hohlbaum, Zemon Demon), Vinylschallplatte/vinyl record, naiv hören und sehen, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland/Germany, 2001

www.manfred-peckl.com

* 1976 in Mannheim, Germany
2003–2009 Universität der Künste, Berlin
(Stan Douglas/ Hito Steyerl/ Meisterschülerin Lothar Baumgarten)
2005 California College of the Arts, San Francisco
2000–2003 Humboldt University, Berlin (Archeological Drawing)
1998–1999 Kunsthochschule Weissensee, Berlin
1996–1997 Staatliche Akademie der Künste Karlsruhe

AWARDS/ GRANTS
2015–2017 Dorothea Erxleben Programm
2015 Preis der Nationalgalerie (longlist)
2014 Will-Grohmann-Preis, Akademie der Künste, Berlin
2013 working grant Stiftung Kunstfonds, Bonn
2012 Berlin grant, Akademie der Künste, Berlin
2010–2012 studio grant, Karl-Hofer-Gesellschaft, Berlin
2009 award for painting, Schulz Stübner Foundation
2006–2009 scholarship Cusanuswerk
2005 NICA scholarship to study in the US
1999 award for drawing (Kunsthochschule Weissensee)

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
2015 Kunstmuseum Basel
2014 n. b. k. Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
2012 Hamburger Kunsthalle, Kupferstichkabinett
(Museum of Drawings and Prints)
2013 Staatliche Museen Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett
(Museum of Drawings and Prints)
2012 / 2013 Landesmuseum, Berlinische Galerie (Graphic Collection)
2010 / 2011 Schulz-Stübner-Foundation, Grevenbroich

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2016 heavy strokes, Galerie Anita Beckers, Frankfurt (with Jan Schmidt)
2015 postmodern, Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin
2014 ADOPT A REVOLUTION, FeldbuschWiesner, Berlin
2014 part two, FeldbuschWiesner, Berlin
2012 field recording, fruehsorge contemporary drawings, Berlin
2012 Drawing Now, Salon du dessin contemporain, Paris F (focus artist)
2011 360°, Galerie Kai Hilgemann, Berlin
2010 indexical, Schalter, Berlin
2005 sag mir, dass du mich liebst, Golden Pudelclub, Hamburg

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2016 in correspondence with the drawing, Galerie Michael Fuchs, Berlin
2016 #tabs2- temporary artist’s book shop, Lage egal, Berlin
2015 An Earthquake at the Racetracks, Museo de la Ciudad, Querétaro MEX (curated J. Dehm)
2015 Paper / Papier V – Zeichnung, Clement & Schneider, Bonn
2015 #tabs- temporary artist’s book shop, Lage egal, Berlin
2014 Deltabeben. Regionale, Wilhelm Hack Museum and Kunstverein Ludwigshafen
2014 Die Tätigkeit des Zeichnens, Galerie5020, Salzburg AU
(curated H. Fraueneder, B. Terfloth)
2014 money works Pt. 2, Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin (curated T. Sauerländer)
2014 Jahresgaben, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg
2014 Accrochage, Jiri Svestka Galerie
2014 Schere, Stein, Papier, Collectiva gallery, Berlin
2013 move – align – avoid. Vom Schwarm als Prinzip und Phänomen, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, HH
2013 System und Sinnlichkeit, Kupferstichkabinett, SMB, Berlin
(curated A. Schalhorn)
2013 Kultur:Stadt, Akademie der Künste, Berlin (curated M.Sauerbruch)
2013 Zeichnung als Haltung, Stadtgalerie Mannheim
2013 based on paper, Jiri Svestka Galerie Berlin
2013 Forårsudstillingen, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Kopenhagen DK
2013 Drawing Now, Salon du dessin contemporain, Paris F
(fruehsorge contemporary drawings)
2013 Toenung, Kreuzbergpavillon, Berlin
2013 Things that make you go ooohhh, Das Gift, Berlin
(curated Irene de Craen u.a.)
2012 pencil and paper, Poppy Sebire Gallery, London GB (curated Danny Rolph)
2012 negENTROPY, fruehsorge contemporary drawings, Berlin
(curated D. Weilemann)
2012 Linien, Galerie oqbo, Berlin und dok25a, Düsseldorf
(curated Ludwig Seyfarth)
2012 LONDON / BERLIN, Centre For Recent Drawing, London GB
(curated A. Hewish)
2012 Drucksache, Kommunale Galerie Berlin
2011 LONDON / BERLIN, fruehsorge contemporary drawings, Berlin
2010 LONG TIME NO SEE, tape modern no.17, Berlin
2010 Pfalzpreis für Grafik, Fotografie und Video,
mpk – Museum Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern
2010 Loveboat, Kunsthaus Essen
2009 Kunst und Öffentlichkeit, nbk – Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin
(curated Sophie Goltz, Marius Babias)
2019 doom loop, Galerie Fiebach&Minninger, Köln
2008 Vertrautes Terrain, ZKM, Karlsruhe
2007 Altenburg – Provinz in Europa, Lindenau-Museum, Altenburg
(curated Matthias Flügge, Jutta Penndorf, Marius Babias)

AIRPLAY
2013 ars acustica Nacht, ‘my favourite things’, SWR 2

LECTURE/ TALK
2015–2017 Braunschweig University of Art (HBK) (part-time faculty)
2014 Buck’s New University, London UK (lecture)
2013 Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee (lecture)

BIBLIOGRAPHY/ PRESS
2017 draw # 12- NADINE FECHT, artist book series curated by N.Schattauer,
publ. by Revolver Publishing (artist book)
2015 watchlist, Luisa Seipp, Artinvestor no. 03/2015
2014 Schwarmwirkung: Nadine Fecht weckt komplexe Assoziationen,
A. Hilgenstock, Kunstzeitung, October
2014 INTERVIEW: NADINE FECHT, Jürgen Dehm, artfridge 28. August
2014 Von poetischen Viren, Nina Schedlmayer, artmagazine, 27. August
2014 die Materialisierung von Zeit, taz-die tageszeitung, T. C. Boehme, 3. July
2014 die Ästhetik erwächst aus dem Spiel, Mannheimer Morgen, C.Blarr, 18. July
2014 Deltabeben, Wilhelm Hack Museum Kunstverein Ludwigshafen, Verlag für zeitgenössische Kunst und Theorie (cat.)
2013 Zeichnen zur Zeit VI, KUNSTFORUM International no. 223, Monography by Reinhard Ermen
2013 Von Tieren , Menschen und der Weisheit der Vielen, Izabela Dabrowska-Diemert, neues deutschland, 18. October
2013 Text , magazine no.11, Berlin
2013 System und Sinnlichkeit. Die Sammlung Schering Stiftung von Tom Chamberlain bis Jorinde Voigt’, hrsg. A. Schalhorn, Wienand-Verlag, Köln (cat.)
2013 Kultur:Stadt, Akademie der Künste, hrsg. Wilfried Wang, Lars Müller Publishers, Zurich CH (cat.)
2013 Auf Linie, Christiane Meixner, Tagesspiegel, 22. May
2013 System und Sinnlichkeit at Kupferstichkabinett, Angela Connor, BerlinArtLink
2013 Systematik und Chaos, Alexandra Panzert, Kunstmagazin
2013 Zeichnung als Haltung, hrsg. Stadtgalerie Mannheim, Einraumhaus c/o Verlag (cat.)
2013 Ein Hauch von neuem Sehen, Milan Chlumsky, RNZ, 15. July
2012 Im Echoraum, Christiane Meixner, Tagesspiegel, 18. Febr
2012 Der knisternde Moment, bevor das Musikstück einsetzt, Ronald Berg, taz-die tageszeitung, 18. Febr
2012 Drucksachen 2012, KUNSTFORUM International no. 216
2012 Top Ten shows, Paul Carey-Kent, Saatchi online magazine, 31. July
2012 The joy of Pencil and Paper, Eliza Williams, So Different So Appealing,
25. July
2012 In Schwerelosigkeit verflüchtigt, Christian Herchenröder, Handelsblatt,
29. Dez
2011 Tolle Sachen, Michaela Nolte, Tagesspiegel, 9. Dez
2011 Liebe Linie, Michaela Nolte, Tagesspiegel, 21. Oct
2010 Der Blaue Reiter, Magazine for Philosophy (artist of the edition 29)
2010 Pfalzpreis 2010, Museum Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern (cat.)
2010 loveboat, Kunsthaus Essen (cat.)
2010 Schulz-Stübner-Preis, Universität der Künste
2008 Satellite, magazine #3 (Carnegie Mellon Univ., Pittsburgh)
2008 Altenburg: Provinz in Europa. Dokumentation, Verlag für moderne Kunst, Nürnberg (cat.)
2001 mondo pantalon, Édition Frémok, Paris F (artist book)
1999 Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Berliner Seiten (cover drawings)

www.nadinefecht.com

Katrin Plavčak is an Austrian painter born 1970, living in Berlin. She studied painting with Sue Williams at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and was playing in the indie rock bands Blendwerk (Vienna) and Erste Stufe Haifisch (Berlin). Now she is busy with the sound performance Rostrum playing on sewing machines together with Ulrika Segerberg. From 2012 to 2014 she was part of the feminist artist group ff, together with Caro Bittermann and Claudia Zweifel she runs the website www.thehistoryofpaintingrevisited.weebly.com, a growing archive of female painters from art history.

Recent solo exhibitions include the Austrian Culture Forum Warsaw, Poland (2016), the installation of the Black Smokers in the sculpturegarden of Daniel Spoerri, Seggiano, Italy (2015), Kunstverein Kreis Gütersloh, Gütersloh, Germany, Gallery Mezzanin, Vienna (2014), Croxhapox, Gent, Belgium (2013), Dispari & Dispari Project, Reggio Emilia, Italy, Kavi Gupta Berlin, Austrian Culture Forum Prag (2012), Städtische Galerie Waldkraiburg (2011), Secession Vienna (2009), after the butcher, Berlin (2008)

Other group shows have been held at Galerie fiebach minninger, Cologne, Galerie Jette Rudolph, Berlin, Function room in the Cock Tavern, London (2016), Villa Merkel, Esslingen, Germany, L40 Kunstverein am Rosa Luxemburg Platz, Berlin (2015), Teatr Studio Galeria, Warsaw, Poland, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna (2014), Deutsche Bank KunstHalle Berlin, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Schinkelpavillion, Berlin (2013), Galerie im Taxispalais Innsbruck, Austria (2012), Kunstraum Kreuzberg Berlin, Salzburger Kunstverein, Sammlung Falckenberg – Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Bergen Kunstmuseum (2011), Kunsthalle Vienna (2010), Museum of Contemporary Art Oslo (2010), Kunsthaus Graz, Austria (2009), Secession, Vienna, Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland (2002)

www.plavcak.com

Born 1976 in Eskilstuna, Sweden
Lives and works in Berlin

Studies
1997-2001 Gerrit Rietveld Academy, free media, Amsterdam (NL)
1999 School of Visual Arts, New York (USA)
1995-1997 Pernby´s Painting School, Stockholm (SE)

Grants
2018 Swedish Art Grant Committee – two years working grant (SE)
2014 Helge Ax:son Johnson Foundation (SE); Goldrausch art IT, Berlin (DE)
2008 Swedish Art Grant Committee – one year working grant (SE); Ester Lindahl Foundation (SE)
2006 Västerås City Grant Committee (SE)
1997 Ida & Gustav Unman foundation (SE)

www.ulrikasegerberg.de

Andreas Schlaegel (born 1966 in Kinshasa, DRC) is a critic, curator and artist, based in Berlin.

His essays, portraits or criticism has been published by international art magazines,such as Flash Art International (Milano), Frieze d/e (Berlin/London), Billedkunst (Oslo), /100 (Berlin) and in books by institutions such as the UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; MUSAC, Leon; Aspen Museum, Colorado; Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt/Main; Thyssen Bornemisza Contemporary, Vienna; Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf and many others.

His artwork is invested in creating collaborative formats, oscillating between sculpture performance and exhibitions. This includes collaborations with other artists such as »Come early, avoid disappointment« with the artist group Gelitin at TBA21 in Vienna, and the Venice Biennale, 2011, or »The Art of Conversation« with Paolo Chiasera and Matthew Antezzo, at PSM Galllery, Berlin, 2013, or or his art related music projects, including ACO- Art Critics Orchestra, (w. Raimar Stange, Oystein Aasan, Sabine Schmidt, and others), or The B-Men (w. Manfred Peckl, Marc Bijl u. Marcus Sendlinger).

Currently he teaches at the HfG Offenbach und HdK Hamburg.

www.andreasschlaegel.de

Working with film as a participatory tool, Stine Marie Jacobsen designs educational projects that deal with ethics, identity, control, fear and trust and aim to raise solidarity and civic engagement through community involvement. With a BFA from CalArts, a MFA from The Royal Danish Art Academy and recently a peace and conflict resolution certificate from Chula University, she is based in Berlin.

Some of her notable solo shows have been at Galerie Wedding, 2016, Berlin, Germany, Overgaden institute of contemporary art, 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark, District Kunst- und Kulturförderung, 2014, Berlin, Galway Arts Center, 2014, Galway, Ireland, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, 2012, Berlin. Selected group shows consist of Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast, Momentum Biennale 2013, Moss, Norway, Either Or Nikolaj Kunsthal, 2013, Copenhagen, Idyll Turku Biennale, Turku, Finland, The 10th OPEN International Performance Festival, 2009, Beijing.

In 2012 Jacobsen was a resident at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Residencias Artisticas, National University Bogotá and Air Antwerpen. In 2014, she started collaborating with District Berlin and social organisation Gangway and was jury selected for Berlin Art Week. In 2015, she was awarded an Innovators Grant, a two months research and study in art creativity and education by Node Curatorial Studies, where she now also teaches a course called ‘Socially engaged Art Projects’. In 2016, she launched www.artistsexercises.org – a collective sharing and donation platform, which facilitates new ways of teaching for other educators. Same year she was awarded a peace Fellowship by the Rotary Foundation and nominated for the Berlin Art Prize.

Jacobsen develops learning tools in order to create community and to expand the use of art. Besides following a Rancierian approach turning ‘teachers’ into ‘students’ and vice versa and participants to collaborators, her educational methods are attention, intimacy and improvisation and to value participants’ integrity.

www.stinemariejacobsen.com
www.direct-approach.org

Louisa Elderton is a contemporary art Curator, Writer and Editor. She received a First-Class Bachelor’s degree in Art History and English from The University of Sussex (2006) and a Master’s degree from the Courtauld Institute of Art in Curating the Art Museum (2010), presenting an exhibition about Christian iconography in historical and contemporary art. From 2009–11 she worked for public institutions including Tate and The Whitechapel Gallery and was Writer in Residence at Jerwood Visual Arts. She mounted exhibitions by Lawrence Weiner, Francesco Clemente, Douglas Gordon, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Nasan Tur and Rachel Howard from 2012-15, then moving to Berlin in September 2015 to curate the exhibition Time Capsules. By the side of the road. Wim Wenders’ recent photographs for Blain|Southern Berlin, in collaboration with Wenders Images.

She is a regular contributor to magazines including Artforum, Art Review, Frieze, Flash Art, Elephant Magazine, Apollo, The Burlington Magazine, Vogue China, Berlin Art Link, House & Garden and The White Review and contributed texts to Phaidon’s Vitamin P3 about new-wave contemporary painters (published 2016). She has edited monographs on Rachel Howard, Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Francesco Clemente and Jonas Burgert. Currently, she is Project Editor of Phaidon’s upcoming book Vitamin C: New Perspectives in Contemporary Art, Clay & Ceramics (to be published October 2017).

www.louisaelderton.com

The Berlin based artist duo Various & Gould works in close collaboration since 2005. After studying at the Berlin-Weissensee School of Art, the artists graduated under the tutelage of Prof Alex Jordan in 2010.

Various & Gould’s creation is based on the simple but striking formula 1+1=3. Whilst methods of screen-printing and collage are their speciality, their art can also emerge in a public performance or an installation as they like crossing borders and do not stick to a certain medium. Mutual passions including their love of paper, enthusiasm for accidental beauty in everyday life and art in urban space form the core of their artistic practice.

Various & Gould often deal with socially prominent themes such as work, migration, gender, death, religion or the financial crisis in a playful, intuitive manner. Influenced by (political) poster graphics, Dada and Pop Art, vivid colors combined with typography and encrypted messages are the characteristics of their work.

www.variousandgould.com

Born in 1976 in Damascus Suburb, and currently based in Berlin, Khaled Barakeh graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus, Syria in 2005, completed his MFA at Funen Art Academy in Odense, Denmark in 2010 and finished his Meisterschueler at the Städelschule Art Academy in Frankfurt a.M, Germany in 2013. During his stay in Europe Barakeh, originally trained as a painter, has developed a stronger concentration on conceptual art practices. Today he works in a variety of media, focusing on the current and pertinent issues, often revolving around politics and power structures in context of identity, culture and history. He has exhibited at the Künstlerhaus Stuttgart; Shanghai Biennale; Salt Istanbul; Kunsthalle Brandts, Overgaden Denmark; Frankfurter Kunstverein; Artspace New Zealand and many other institutions and venues around the world.

Recently Barakeh started a new initiative called Syria Cultural Index, dedicated to mapping and connecting the Syrian artistic community around the globe and showcasing their work to wider audience.

www.khaledbarakeh.com
www.syriaculturalindex.com

1972 born in Braunschweig, lives and works in Berlin since 1998
1994–1997 Burg Giebichenstein, Hochschule für Kunst und Design Halle
1997–1998 École supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg
2000 Glasgow School of Art
1998–2003 Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee, Diplom und Meisterschülerin

Grants & Scholarships
2017 Mathilde-Planck-Programm, Lehrauftragsstipendium, Hochschule Pforzheim
2013 Artist-in-Residence Stipendium »sommer.frische.kunst«, Bad Gastein
2008 Projektstipendium, DA, Kunsthaus Kloster Gravenhorst, Hörstel
2003 DAAD-Stipendium für Buenos Aires
2002 Erster Preis für Zeichnung, Birkner-Stiftung, Leipzig
2000 Erasmus-Stipendium für Glasgow

Teaching & Art Mediation
2017–2018 Lehrauftrag für Zeichnung, Fakultät Gestaltung, Hochschule Pforzheim
2017 Workshop »Experimental drawing«, Akademie Schloss Rotenfels
2015 Künstlerische Bildungsarbeit in ausserschulischen Einrichtungen
2001–2011 Kunstvermittlung in Galerien (Deutsch/Englisch)

Public Collections
Sammlung des Deutschen Bundestages, Berlin
Columbus Art Foundation, Ravensburg
SØR Rusche Sammlung, Oelde/Berlin

www.nikolaroethemeyer.de

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