BLACK LIVES MATTER
The intentional murder of Georg Floyd on May, 25th, 2020 in Minnesota (US) caused by a violent police action made me very sad and angry. I want to express and share my solidarity with Floyd’s family and the ongoing protests in the US and worlwide against discrimination, police brutality and institutionalised racism. Floyd’s murder is just one case among many others in which Black people are killed at the hands of the police.
I speak out: BLACK LIVES MATTER - EVERY LIFE MATTERS
The Crown Letter - Foundation Fiminco and Photo Days
October 15 - November 27, 2021
La Chaufferie - Foundation Fiminco
43 Rue de la Commune de Paris, 93230 Romainville
OPENING: October 14, 7 - 10pm
The artists will be present!
Together with other artists Luise Schröder will present some of her works made for The Crown Letter at Foundation Fiminco in Paris. As an initiative established by Natacha Nisic, the project has developed every week since the beginning of the pandemie and now shows a diverse range of experiences lived by more than 50 women artists from around the globe and exhibits a strong gender imprint that becomes one of its identity marks.
Artists: SE Barnet, Maithili Bavkar, Anne Brunswic, Adriana Bustos, Claire Chevalier, Michelle Diegnan, Liza Dimbleby, Sudha Padmaja Francis, Dettie Flynn, Claire Jeanne Jézéquel, Kyoko Kasuya, Saviya Lopes, Ruth Maclennan, Ana Mendes, Maricarmen Merino, Aurelia Mihai, Manuela Morgaine, Natacha Nisic, Catherine Radosa, Luise Schröder, Esther Shalev-Gerz, Katja Stuke, Catalina Swinburn, Ivana Vollaro, Emma Woffenden.
September 30 - December 30, 2021
Tue to Sun - from 10am to 8pm
Bienal Sur - Cultural Center Córdoba
Av. Poeta Lugones 401, Córdoba
Some of the collages made by Luise Schröder for The Crown Letter will be in view as a part of the BIENALSUR - International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South.
BIENALSUR is an extensive platform for art and culture in permanent construction where artists, curators and institutions from around the world join forces to redouble their actions and dynamically take on contemporary challenges as a form to inveterate us to imagine possible futures together.
MEMORY, EMPATHY AND IMAGE
September 13, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
Online Pre-registration here
Two artists – two worlds – the same questions? The online lecture MEMORY, EMPATHY and IMAGE: The Art of Luise Schröder (Germany) and Kitra Cahana (Canada) is organised by the Fritz Asher Society in New York. Moderated by Ori Z Soltes, PhD, Teaching Professor at Georgetown University in Washington DC and introduced by Rachel Stern, Director and CEO of the Fritz Ascher Society in New York NY. Kitra Cahana and Luise Schröder will discuss and explore the inspirational sources for their work and its development.
Kitra Cahana is a freelance documentary photographer, videographer, a photo/video artist. Her work ranges from photographic studies of American Teens for National Geographic Magazine to documentaries on the annual life-saving dance competition in a small town in northern Canada. She is renowned for work that consistently reflects a deep sense of empathy with her subjects.
You can find more information about the program on the Fritz Ascher Society website
Kosmos Lem - Neue Bildern zu neuen Welten
Exhibition in public space
September 10 - September 30, 2021
at Rechenzentrum, Kunst- und Kreativhaus
Dortustraße 46, 14467 Potsdam
Vernissage: September 10, 5:00pm
Kosmos Lem - Neue Bildern zu neuen Welten public space presentation is related to the mosaic Der Mensch bezwingt den Kosmos and dedicated to the 100th birthday of the most famous scientist fiction author Stanisław Lem.
Artists: Cristian Prieto Ávila (Bogotá, COL), Maxim Brandt (Berlin), Gordon Endt (Leipzig), Robert Estermann (Berlin), Rudi Fischer (Stahnsdorf), Stephan Groß (Berlin), Hiroko Kameda (Hamburg), Ralf Kosmo (Köln), Dawid Królicki (Kraków, PL), Hélène Lindqvist (Augsburg), Dora Lionstone (Amsterdam, NL), Ronny Lischinski (Berlin), Susanne Neuffer (Hamburg), Joanna Oleniuk (Legionowo, PL), Kathlen Pieritz (Potsdam), Angela Regius (Frankfurt am Main), Marike Schreiber (Wesenberg), Luise Schröder (Potsdam), Ulrich Schürhaus (Thuine), Birgitta Volz (Nürnberg), Sadie Weis (Berlin),
Mario Wurmitzer (Wien, AT)
A project of FÜR e.V.. in collaboration with the Polish Institute in Berlin.
Supported by MWFK Brandenburg and the city of Potsdam.
More informations about the program of the Vernissage you can check here: Rechenzentrum Potsdam Kosmos Lem
Brandenburg Young Talent Award 2021
The Young Talent Award For Fine Arts of the State of Brandenburg 2021 was won by the Foto-Video artist Luise Schröder from Potsdam.
For the Minister of Culture Manja Schüle, the award winner is an exceptionally exciting artist, who uses her multimedia works as artistic comments in a social discourse on contemporary culture of remembrance. "I am delighted that our young talent award goes to an extremely interesting young artist." commented Schüle.
The Young Talent Award For Fine Arts for young artists has been awarded by the Ministry of Culture since 2012. A jury nominates painters, graphic artists, sculptors, object artists and designers of interdisciplinary projects who are not older than 40 years and who live, work or are involved in artistic projects in Brandenburg.
Video presentation & discussion by Luise Schröder
Wednesday, August 11, 2021 at 7 pm
Max-Lingner-Haus - Beatrice-Zweig-Strasse 2
13156 Berlin, Germany
At the Max-Lingner-Haus the artist Luise Schröder will present selected video works and discuss about issues related to historical narratives and forms of remembrance in the field of contemporary art. A very strong part of her work deals with the reconstruction and instrumentalization of history in the present. Jury member of the Hans & Lea Grundig Prize since 2018, she studied Photography and Media arts at the Academy of Visual Art in Leipzig
Registration by email required. You will then receive an access link.
Participation online is free and can be watched here
There are only a limited number of places available for on-site participation.
Admission: 3,- / 1,50 euro.
The Crown Letter
August 1, - August 22, 2021
Grilles du Square de la Tour Saint-Jacques
39 rue de Rivoli, 75004 Paris
August 1, - August 31, 2021
14 rue des Récollets, 75010 Paris
The Crown Letter is an international art project created during the lockdown by women artists based on the concept of space without borders. As a worldwide open platform with online participation, it aims beside the free expression of its creators, a cartography of the intimate over time and space, offering a meeting place for a community of subjectivities. Since 21st April 2020 The Crown Letter is released every Tuesday.
Flying in milk
Kerstin Flake & Luise Schröder
June 19, 2021 – July 24, 2021
Opening: Saturday, June 19, 2021
11 am - 6 pm
04179 Leipzig, Germany
Tue-Fri: 1 pm - 6 pm, Sat: 11 am - 3pm
Kerstin Flake’s photographic series Shaking Surfaces (2018–2021) assembles media relicts from the analogue era that appear to set themselves in motion, redefining themselves. As well as consciously playing with our expectations, Flake is concerned with the transitions between the past and present, with the disappearance and shifting of perspectives and meaning. Wind tunnels are laboratories in which realities are created. Luise Schröder’s essay film The Torn Horizon looks at the myth of flying and aviation from the perspective of six women whose counter-narratives interrupt the linear course of historical development. The power of coherence is a matter of perspective.
Allmende of Research Films
Allmend of Research Films brings together a group of artists working with a common pool of video footage that they share and contribute to. There is no given topic or theme. It is an artistic experiments in sharing within the arts, an attempt to see the diversity that similar footage can lead to. The project was initiated by Florian Dombois and Christoph Oeschger and it is part of the Research Focus in Transdisciplinarity at the Zurich University of the Arts. The Allmend of Research Films is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation as part of the Project Images of Air / Images of Light: The Moving Image and the Camera as a Scaling and Analytical Instrument.
With contribution by: Mika Elo, Christof Nüssli, Luise Schröder, U5, Irene Vögeli
Brandenburg Art Award
Young Talent Award
& Brandenburg Art Award
May 9, 2021 - August 22, 2021
Award ceremony: August 15, 2021
Schinkelplatz, 15320 Neuhardenberg,
Thu to Sun: 11 am - 6 pm
time slot ticket required
The Märkische Oderzeitung newspaper and the Schloss Neuhardenberg Foundation
present the Brandenburg Art Award and the Young Talent Award 2021.
Luise Schröder received the
Young Talent Award of the Ministry of Science, Research and Culture 2021
Image: Manfred Zoller (Jg 1947)
Winner Category Painting
Exhibition Review: Luise Schröder Erinnerung ist ein Gespenst
Camera Austria (152/2020) magazine from December 2020 reviewed my exhibition: Erinnerung ist ein Gespenst at the Salzburger Kunstverein ...alongside with the Fotohof exhibition: Während alle fotografieren, können sich manche mit der Fotografie beschäftigen & Marina Faust: Otto-Breicha-Preis für Fotokunst at Museum der Moderne Salzburg
The article was written by Margit Neuhold.
Museum der Moderne Salzburg
SpallART Prize Salzburg 2020
Art Award & Exhibition
October 3rd, 2020 – January 31st, 2021
Salzburger Kunstverein, Künstlerhaus
Hellbrunner Straße 3, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Tue-Sun, 12 am - 7 pm, Free entrance
Vernissage: Friday, October 2nd, 2020, 8 pm
Opening words: Elfrid Wimmer-Repp, President of the Salzburger Kunstverein
Séamus Kealy, Director Salzburger Kunstverein
In the solo exhibition Erinnerung ist ein Gespenst which takes place in the context of the 2020 SpallArt Prize Salzburg, the artist Luise Schröder is showing photographs of her recent work 'Tenez bon, nous arrivons' in the Kabinett gallery of the Salzburger Kunstverein, Austria. This will include also an intervention outside the Künstlerhaus Salzburg called 'Memory Is a Ghost'. In her artistic works (including photographs, videos and publications), Luise Schröder deals with the instrumentalization of the past as it pertains to a politics of the present. She examines the perpetuation of historical myths and their significance for various identities and communities. Her work also questions how official commemoration is influenced and constructed by political, social, and media developments. She focuses on both national forms of remembrance and global tendencies of commemoration, as well as their ritual character and iconography. The photographic image and its function as a form of collective social memory play a key role in her work.
HEART - 100 artists. One mission
Lottery & Exhibition
40 years of UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe – 100 artists start a joint action with
UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe, the national partner of the UN Refugee Agency:
"HEART - 100 artists. One mission."
currently on view
Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany: 01.09. - 13.09.2020
Hamburger Kunsthalle, Germany: 20.10. - 08.11.2020
Berlinische Galerie, Germany: 18.11. - 26.11.2020
Participating artists: HEART - 100 artists. 1 mission:
Nevin Aladag, Tom Anholt, Jim Avignon, Stephan Balkenhol, Cornelia Baltes, Viktor Bernik, Norbert Bisky, Viola Bittl, Anna Blume, Monica Bonvicini, Florian Borkenhagen, Mathias Bothor, Frank Bowling, Sonja Braas, Johannes Brus, Willi Bucher, Abraham David Christian, Louisa Clement, Felix Contzen, Jeff Cowen, Nikola Dimitrov, Clara Lotta Dittmer, Udo Dziersk, Olafur Eliasson, Inessa Emmer, Meike Entenmann, Jan Paul Evers, Simon Fujiwara, Jochen Gerz, Lukas Glinkowski, Douglas Gordon, Katharina Grosse, Assaf Gruber, Werner Haypeter, Jörg Herold, Candida Höfer, Yngve Holen, Jenny Holzer, Christian Jankowski, Jia, Raimer Jochims, Anish Kapoor, Gudrun Kemsa, Jiri Keuthen, Yury Kharchenko, Anselm Kiefer, Thomas Kilpper, Barbara Klemm, Dietrich Klinge, Herlinde Koelbl, Joseph Kosuth, Mischa Kuball, Uwe Kurella, Lea Lenhart, Via Lewandowsky, Axel Ludenzon, Markus Lüpertz, Jonas Lund, Antje Majewski, Rune Mields, Achim Mohné, Reinhard Mucha, Emilia Neumann, Wolfgang Niedecken, Jo Oberhäuser, Oliver Osborne, Trevor Paglen, Christina Maria Pfeifer, Pascal Pinaud, Eric Gregory Powell, Tobias Rehberger, Johanna Reich, Sebastian Riemer, Ren Rong, Thomas Ruff, Igor Sacharow-Ross, Karin Sander, Hans-Christian Schink, Regina Schmeken, Hank Schmidt in der Beek, Martin Schoeller, Luise Schröder, Chiharu Shiota, Roberto Spadoni, Klaus Staeck, Henning Strassburger, Katja Strunz, Stefan Szczesny, Ruth Tauchert, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Michael Triegel, Egbert Trogemann, Janaina Tschäpe, Paloma Varga Weisz, Jorinde Voigt, Julius von Bismarck, Corinna von der Groeben, Annette von Dewitz, Hasso von Henninges, Lienhard von Monkiewitsch, Nicole Wermers, Sabine Wilharm, Rose Wylie, He Xiangyu.
UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe, national partner of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Germany, is facing a special year in 2020. Since its foundation in Bonn in August 1980, the organisation has been committed to providing financial support for UNHCR's worldwide, life-saving operations and for projects and initiatives for refugees in Germany. Together with more than 100 artists, UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe sends a strong signal of humanity and solidarity for the more than 70 million forcibly displaced people worldwide through a nationwide, state-approved art lottery – a premiere in Germany. The proceeds of the lottery ticket sale (25,000 tickets) will be passed on to UNHCR. The more than 100 artists* have voluntarily agreed to support this common goal with a unique piece of art as an in-kind donation expressing deepest sympathy for the lottery’s mission of solidarity with refugees worldwide.
Im Moment Neue Forschungen zur Fotografie in Sachsen und der Lausitz
Conference publication by Sandstein Verlag
The volume brings together the results of a scientific conference organized by the Art Fund of the Dresden State Art Collections, the Görlitz Cultural History Museum and the Upper Lusatian Society of Sciences in 2018 as part of the extensive special exhibition "Im Moment. Photography from Saxony and Lusatia".
Im Moment- Neue Forschungen zur Fotografie in Sachsen und der Lausitz
published by Görlitzer Sammlungen & Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
228 pages, 161 ill.
RZ spektral #5
Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 8:15pm
E-V-A, which stands for "input - processing - output", but also for "extra vehicular activity", i.e. outboard activity, the spacewalk at RZ spektral #5 between the moderator Christian de la Motte and the visual artist Luise Schröder will be presented on Youtube
The broadcasting platform RZ spektral is a project of the foundation SPI and is realized by a small team of filmmakers, artists and cultural managers. Partners are Futur_Eins Kunstshop Galerie des RZ Potsdam, 414films, Manuela Clemens, Studio Mikalo, Frauke Röth and Marcus Große from the project Kosmos Freundliche Übernahme of the Rechenzentrum e.V. and Anja Engel.
May 1st, 2020 - August 30, 2020
Halle 14 at Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig
Tue-Sat: 11am - 6 pm
Vernissage KUNST(re_public) + WIN/WIN: June 20, 2020
Performance „Space-in-Between“ by Ya-Wen Fu at 4pm
The Kunstfonds / Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and Halle 14 at the Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei are presenting the exhibition KUNST(re_public) - An exhibition in times of suspended publicity with numerous works from the collection of Kunstfonds / Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden of the past 30 years. Together with the new acquisitions within the framework of the WIN/WIN presentation, part of the collection will be presented to the public.
Artists: Sven Bergelt, Jens Besser, Nori Blume, Nadja Buttendorf, Yvon Chabrowski, Lutz Dammbeck, Ya-Wen Fu, Eckehard Fuchs, Rainer Görß, Janet Grau, Falk Haberkorn, Harry Hachmeister, Mark Hamilton, Lena Rosa Händle, Andreas Hildebrandt, Margret Hoppe, Britta Jonas, Susanne Keichel, Anja Kempe, Dirk Lange, Nora Mesaros, Dominik Meyer, Bruno Raetsch, Martin Reich, Evelyn Richter, Ute Richter, Daniel Rode, Ricarda Roggan, Luise Schröder & Anna Baranowski, Matti Schulz, Tilo Schulz, André Schulze, Gundula Schulze Eldowy, VIP, Christoph Wetzel, Katrin Winkler, Tobias Zielony.
Strange days - Erinnerung ist ein Gespenst
Presentation and Discussion / online
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020: OPENING
Tuesday, June, 9th, 2020: ZOOM conference 7pm-8pm
Alisa Berger, Natacha Nisic und Luise Schröder in conversation with Dr. Doris Krystof
The artist and co-director of Kunstverein Malkasten Katja Stuke has invited Alisa Berger, Natacha Nisic, Luise Schröder and the curator Dr. Doris Krystof to talk about their ideas on memory, history and myths. Strange Days - Erinnerung ist ein Gespenst will take on the hybrid form, between online presentation, interview, photographs and a virtual meeting. The three artists developed various formats, which will be on display online from Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020 under the link: MALKASTEN.ORG/CULTURE-LOOP. On Tuesday, June, 9th at 7 pm - 8pm, the discussion round between the four participants will take place in a ZOOM meeting. The event will be followed by a small publication.
Culture Loop is supported by Frauenkulturbüro NRW and Kulturamt Düsseldorf
Künstlerverein Malkasten, Jacobistr. 6A, 40211 Düsseldorf, Germany
Erkundungsbohrungen Botho Graef Art Award
On the occasion of the Botho Graef Art Award in 2020 the catalogue Erkundungsbohrungen. Ein dezentrales Denkmal für Eduard Rosenthal was published. It documents the competition process and the realisation of the winning design "Insights - Exploratory drillings after a vanished portrait" by Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz. In a series of essays, Rosenthal's life and work are presented and the proposals of all invited artists as Michaela Melian, Antonia Low, Patricia Pisani, Luise Schröder and Renata Stih & Frieder Schnock are discussed.
Erkundungsbohrungen. Ein dezentrales Denkmal für Eduard Rosenthal
published by Verena Krieger and Jonas Zipf
1st edition 2020, 160 pages
The Crown Letter
International Art Project
The Crown Letter - Launch of an international collaborative art project created during the lockdown, appearing weekly every Tuesday.
The Crown Letter is a participative project created during the lockdown. It was initiated by the artist Natacha Nisic. It is an open platform for free expression of women artists, wherever they are in the world. It is a weekly contribution, a cartography of the intimate over time and space, offering a meeting place for a community of subjectivities.
Les Regards du Grand Paris 2020
Presentation & discussion with the award winners of the 4th edition
Friday, March 20, 2020, 2.30 – 6 pm
Magasins généraux à Pantin, 1 Rue de l’Ancien Canal, Pantin, France
Aurore Bagarry, Mathias Depardon et Guillaume Perrier, Lucas Leglise, Geoffroy Mathieu, Khalil Nemmaoui, Alexandra Serrano et Simon Pochet, Luise Schröder in conversation with Jordi Ballesta, Pascal Beausse, Mathieu
Potte-Bonneville, Marie-José Mondzain.
6pm – Resist today
Representations, forms and imaginaries of resistance: what is a possible image, is it fix or moving, is it still welcome, saying or denounce something? Luise Schröder, Mathias Depardon and Guillaume Perrier (artists)
in exchange with Mathieu Potte-Bonneville (philosopher).
Video presentation & discussion by Luise Schröder
Wednesday, March 18 2020, 7 pm
Max-Lingner-Haus, Beatrice-Zweig-Strasse, 13156 Berlin
In her works, videos and publications, the artist Luise Schröder deals with the reconstruction and instrumentalization of history in the present. She studied Photography and Media arts at the Academy of Visual Art in Leipzig and has been a jury member of the Hans & Lea Grundig Prize since 2018. In the Max Lingner House, she will present selected video works and then talk about issues related to historical narratives and forms of remembrance and memory in the field of contemporary art.
Botho-Graef-Art Prize 2018
March 6 – April 6, 2020
Thuringian state parliament Erfurt, Juergen-Fuchs-Strasse 1, Erfurt
Mon – Fri: 8 am – 6 pm
The exhibition The Lost Image presents the six proposals for a decentralized monument dedicated to Eduard Rosenthal (1853-1926) as part of the Botho-Graef-Art Prize 2018 of the city of Jena, Germany. Eduard Rosenthal was a Jewish lawyer, scientist and patron of the arts in Jena, who played a major role in drafting the first constitution of the Federal State of Thuringia in 1920. His memory as well as his contributions to society were completely erased by the National Socialists and his legacy was later forgotten. The resulting blind spot and Eduard Rosenthal’s appreciation are dealt with in various ways in the proposals on display. The Botho-Graef-Art Prize is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary art in the public space and is named after the patron Botho Graef. In 2020, the prize is in its 12th year. Exhibition with works by Luise Schröder, Horst Hoheisel & Andreas Knitz, Michaela Melian, Antonia Low, Patricia Pisani, Reanata Stih & Frieder Schnock
# WOD KOLLOQUIUM REQUIEM FÜR DIE LEBENDEN
Colloquium on current perspectives of commemoration and mourning
Sunday, February 9, 2020, 11am -6.30pm
Monday , February 10, 2020, 12am-8pm
Under the title Requiem für die Lebenden different cultural institutions in Dresden #WOD Weltoffenes Dresden invite for a joint consideration and reflection of Dresden’s commemoration policy against the background of current perspectives of culture and art, activism and architecture (theory).
With contributions from Adopt a Revolution, Denise Ackermann (riesa efau), Artúr van Balen (Künstler, Rotterdam), Harald Bretschneider (Arbeitsgruppe „Dresdner Gedenkweg“), Christian Curschmann (Dresden), Susan Donath (Künstlerin, Dresden), Tomás Espinosa (Künstler, Bogota), Dr. Margot Gaitzsch (Mahngang „Täterspuren“), Anke Hannemann (Künstlerin, Kulturamt Leipzig), Holger Hase (Denk Mal Fort Dresden), Horst Hoheisel (Künstler, Kassel), Johanna Kalex (Friedensaktivistin, Dresden), Šejla Kamerić (Künstlerin, Sarajevo), Dr. Alexandra Klei (Architekturtheoretikerin), Joachim Klement (Staatschauspiel Dresden), Christiane Mennicke-Schwarz (Kunsthaus Dresden), Matthias Neutzner (Memorare Pacem e.V.), Marit Benthe Norheim (Künstlerin, Hjørring), Luise Schröder (Künstlerin, Leipzig), Mariana Sadovska (Musikerin/Komponistin Köln), Astrid Schmetterling (Goldsmith College, London), Dr. Dirk Pörschmann (Museum für Sepulkralkultur, Kassel), Justus H. Ulbricht (Dresdner Geschichtsverein), Hannah Zimmermann (Soziologin, Dresden) and other participants.
Glasklar. Erich Glas. Vom Bauhaus zum Kibbuz
January 25 – February 21, 2020
Galerie Drei Ringe, Antonienstr. 59, 04229 Leipzig
Thu–Sat: 2pm-6pm and by appointment
Vernissage: Friday, January 24, 2020, 6pm
The exhibition presents works by Erich Glas, Yochai Avrahami, Luise Schröder, Melina Weissenborn, Emanuel Mathias and is curated by Kristina Semenova.
Please divide in groups of II or III
November 9, 2019 – January 13, 2020
KV Leipzig, Kolonnadenstraße 6, 04109 Leipzig
Vernissage: Saturday, November 8, 2019, 7pm
The group exhibition Please divide in groups of II or III is a platform for artists and performers that address mechanisms of in- and exclusion in and from communities in their works. Starting from the model of the Kunstverein, the notion of membership is critically examined in different societal, pop-cultural, digital and economical contexts. We are interested in asking which conscious and subconscious rules, codes, languages, symbols and products regulate access to forms of association and commonality. The exhibition presents works by Tekla Aslanishvili, Ian Giles, Naomi Ricón Gallardo, Anja Kaiser, Katrin Mayer, Simone C. Niquille, Luise Schröder, Lissy Willberg and Frauke Zabel and is curated by Anna Jehle and Juliane Schickedanz.
Both sides of the border by Luise Schröder
November 24, 2019, 9am Excursion and performative site visit
Luise Schröder engages with the ever developing narration of historical myths and their implications for identities and communities. Under the title Both sides of the border, she invites to an excursion to the sculpture park Deutsche Einheit. The site is located along the death strip on the former border between FRG and GDR at the former border crossing Eußenhausen/Henneberg. Together with the participants, she will do a guided site visit that understands itself as a performative and critical commentary on contemporary societal conditions, focusing on a key event in German history.
Occupation, Occupancy, Orchestrating, Overpowering and Ownership of Utopias
November 8, 2019 – March 8, 2020
Motorenhalle Dresden, Wachsbleichstraße 4a, 01067 Dresden
Wed, Thu & Fri: 3pm-7pm, Sat & Sun: 2pm-6pm
Vernissage: Thursday, November 7, 2019, 8 pm
We would like to take up the spirit of optimism of 1989, the energy of that time, shaped by hope, the striving for change and the freedom to create oneself, and ask what the utopias of that time can mean for us today. Which are still important today or again, which were not formulated in 1989/90 and were missing in the period that followed? What do the events of that time have to do with today’s situation, especially in eastern Germany? Can utopias today serve as models for civil society and/or political action? We approach the themes and questions with artistic means in word, image, music, film, lecture, conversation or discussion. You will find artistic works/ interventions also on the terrain of the TU Dresden.
Künstler*innen/ Artists: Razvan Anton, Cluj-Napoca, RO | Dieter Bock von Lennep, Dresden | Christian Borchert | Benedikt Braun, Weimar | Jan Brokof, Berlin | Susan Donath, Dresden | Markus Draper, Berlin | Thomas Florschuetz, Berlin | Matthias Leupold, Ronald Galenza, Berlin | Hubertus Giebe, Dresden | Göran Gnaudschun, Potsdam | Eberhard Göschel, Dresden | Eberhard Havekost | Frenzy Höhne, Leipzig | Gregor Kasper, Berlin | Krištof Kintera, Prag, CZ | Via Lewandowsky, Berlin | Zbigniew Libera, Warschau, PL | Irène Mélix, Dresden | Falk Messerschmidt, Leipzig | Csaba Nemes, Budapest, HU | Fabian Reimann, Leipzig | Peter Rohn, Potsdam | Elske Rosenfeld, Berlin | Andreas Rost, Berlin | Rainer Görß und Ania Rudolph, Berlin | Johan Schäfer, Leipzig | Luise Schröder, Leipzig | Sandra Schubert, Leipzig | Joachim Seinfeld, Berlin | Tobias Stengel, Dresden | Daniel Theiler, Leipzig | Clemens von Wedemeyer, Berlin | Claus Schöning-Lam Yong, Dresden | Martin Zet, Libusin, CZ
Programmteam/ Team: Denise Ackermann, Frank Eckhardt, Stefan Eder, Bertram Kaschek, Gwendolin Kremer, Magdalena Piper, Nils Werner
In cooperation with: Saxon Academy of the Arts, Custody and StuRa TU Dresden, Kunstfonds and Kupferstich-Kabinett of the Dresden State Art Collections
Hans and Lea Grundig Prize 2019
Thursday, November 7, 2019, 7pm
Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism
Auditorium, Max-Mannheimer-Platz 1, 80333 Munich
Dorit Bearach, Christoph Oeschger, Guy Raz, Vesna Vukovic, Ivana Hanacek and Ana Kutleša from Kollektiv BLOK
On November 7, 2019, the Hans-and-Lea-Grundig Foundation will award the 4th Hans and Lea Grundig Prize in the three categories Fine Arts, Art History and Art Education. During the award ceremony, the movie Exodus auf der Donau (1998) by director Péter Forgács will be presented to the public and introduced by Prof. Dr. Mirjam Zadoff (Director Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism) and Dr. Eckhart Gillen (Co-chair of the jury of the Hans-and-Lea-Grundig-Prize). Greeting words are spoken by Mirjam Zadoff and Dr. Florian Weis (Managing Director Rosa-Luxemburg-Foundation).
The Jury of the Hans and Lea Grundig Prize 2019 consisted of Dr. habil. Rosa von der Schulenburg, Dr. Eckhart Gillen, Dr. Thomas Flierl, Katharina Köpping, Kathleen Krenzlin, Luise Schröder, Rachel Stern, Dr. Angelika Timm und Prof. Dr. Ines Weizman and the jury secretary Dr. Oliver Sukrow.
Die wir nie gewesen sind
October 26 – November 29, 2019
Deutscher Künstlerbund, Markgrafenstraße 67, 10969 Berlin
Tue-Fri: 2pm – 6pm
Vernissage: Friday, October 25, 2019, 7pm
Introduction: Dr. Klaus Lederer, senator for Culture and Europe in Berlin
Dr. Angelika Richter, managing director Deutscher Künstlerbund
Exhibition with works by Peggy Buth, Falk Haberkorn, Margret Hoppe, Sven Johne,
Wiebke Loeper, Mario Pfeifer, Luise Schröder and curated by Angelika Richter.
Willi Muenzenberg Art Competition
Vernissage and Award Ceremony
Tuesday, October 1st 2019, 7pm
Muenzenbergsaal, Franz-Mehring-Platz 1, 10243 Berlin
For the fourth time Muenzenberg Forum Berlin is organizing the three artistic competitions „take scissors“ (Collage), „conquer the film“ and „use photo as weapon“. The motto „Often the future is already there, before we are equal to its challenges“, deals with the future against the background of the challenges of our present. In times of the cancellation of international agreements, the adherence to the industrially shaped idea of prosperity, increasing migration due to trouble spots, mismanagement and the effects of climate change, the future has the potential to become both: apocalyptically gloomy or utopically different – a big bang.
The winners have been selected and the award-winning works can be viewed from October 1st – 31st 2019 in the foyer of the FMP1 (Franz-Mehring-Platz 1, 10243 Berlin).
International Photography Symposium NIDA 2019
Friday, September 13, 2019 at 9pm
Evening projection “Futures and Intersections” competition winners’
VAA Nida art colony, E. A. Jonušo str. 3, Vilnius, Lithuania
Liz Orton (GB), Simon Brugner (AT), Aennor Collective (GB), Triin Kerge (EE), Elena Kollatou and Leonidas Toumpanos (GB), Shanna Merola (US), Lena Dobrowolska and Teo Ormond-Skeaping (GB), Tanja Lazetic (SI), Monica Takvam (NO/GB), Anna Pizzoccaro (IT), MRLL (NL), Valentina Pimanova (LV), MATO collective (FR), Dafna Tal (ISR), Alice Pedroletti (IT), Grace Euna Kim (DE), Marie Sutter (FR/GB), Paulina Hildesheim (DE), Deanna Pizzitelli (SK), Martin Venezky (US), Luise Schröder (DE), Julia Dunham (US), Ryuta Sakurai (DE), Eric Zeigler (US), Vera Nowottny (DE), Daniel Court (FI)
Ça se passe à Montmartre
Exposition collective & Open studios
Vendredi/Friday, June 21, 2019 (18h-00h)
Samedi/Saturday June 22, 2019 (15h-23h)
Cité internationale des arts – Site de Montmartre
24, rue Norvins, 75018 Paris
FLUCA Austrian Cultural Pavilion
June, 14, 2019, 8pm
FLUCA Austrian Cultural Pavilion
Plovdiv, Street Otets Paisiy 38, Bulgaria
Plovidiv European Capital of Culture 2019 presents a screening of Luise Schroeder’s video: UNAMERICA Relocating memories. The presentation will be accompagnied by a talk the Leipzig based curator Ilina Koralova.
FLUCA – Austrian Cultural Pavilion’ is an innovative project for a mobile cultural scene. It is a transport container transformed into a mirror art installation and a scene for contemporary art. Curators of the programme for 2019 will be the Austrian curator Ursula Maria Probst and the Bulgarian curator, based in Vienna and Berlin – Boris Kostadinov.
It’s a book
Saturday, March 23, 2019, 12am – 9pm
Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig, Wächterstraße 11, 04107 Leipzig
malenki.net would be happy to welcome you on Saturday during this years It’s a book – Meeting of independent publishing houses and publication projects at Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig, Germany. Next to a selection of our malenki.net programme, you can explore recent publications by Arne Schmitt, Julia Debus, Luise Schröder, Tamami Iinuma or Hristina Tasheva.
Figures of Remembrance
Screening and Debatte
Thursday, March 7, 2019, 7:30 pm
Cité internationale des arts, Auditorium, 18 rue de l’Hôtel de Ville, 75004 Paris
Jean-François Rettig and Corinne Loisel in conversation with Luise Schröder
Figures of Remembrance is a presentation of selected videos by Luise Schröder (Germany) that is part of the associated programme of the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, which will take place in Paris from March 5th – 10th 2019. The projection will be followed by a discussion about the artist’s body of work and the pertinence today of addressing narratives, memories and cultures of remembrance in contemporary art. This event is supported by the Cité internationale des arts, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin and the Goethe Institut Paris. Luise Schröder is currently a resident in at the Cité internationale des arts supported by the Federal Foreign Office Germany and the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.
ARE YOU SATISFIED?
Januar 19 – April 3, 2019
Galerie im Körnerpark, Schierker Straße 8, 12051 Berlin
Tue-Sun: 10am – 8pm
Vernissage: Januar 18, 2018 at 6pm, Introduction: Natalia Raben
ARE YOU SATISFIED? Aktuelle Kunst und Revolution
Exhibition with Lars Breuer, Julia Bünnagel, Chto delat, FAMED, Harun Farocki und Andrei Ujica, Stéphanie Lagarde, Julian Röder, Luise Schröder, Javier Téllez, Steffen Zillig
December 8, 2018 – January 27, 2019
Jenaer Kunstverein, Markt 16, 07743 Jena
Tue - Fri: 10am - 6pm, Sat -Sun: 10am - 3pm
Vernissage: Dezember 7, 2018 at 7pm
Botho-Graef-Kunstpreis 2018 Das verschwundene Bildnis
Exhibition of the proposals for a decentralized monument dedicated to Eduard Rosenthal by
Horst Hoheisel & Andreas Knitz, Antonia Low, Michaela Melian, Patricia Pisani, Luise Schröder, Renata Stih & Frieder Schnock.
November 22 – December 2, 2018
HELLERAU – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste, Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 56, 01109 Dresden
Opening: November 22, 2018, 6pm
Polski Transfer Festival of Contemporary Polish Theatre
On the occasion of Poland's 100 years of independence, a broad spectrum of selected artistic positions in Polish contemporary theatre will be presented through performances, music, films, installations, encounters and discussions.
35. Kasseler Dokumentarfilm- und Videofest
November 13 - 18, 2018
35. Kasseler Dokumentarfilm- und Videofest in Kassel, Germany
SCREENING: UNAMERICA Relocating memories
Baustellen der Macht, November 15, 2018 at 10 am, Bali Kinos
Are you satisfied?
September 29 – November 25, 2018
Stadtgalerie Kiel, Andreas-Gayk-Straße 31, 24103 Kiel
Tue, Wed, Fri: 10am – 5pm, Thu: 10am - 7pm, Sat, Sun: 11am - 5pm
Opening: September 28, 2018, 7pm
Are you satisfied - Aktuelle Kunst und Revolution
Exhibition with works by Julius von Bismarck, Lars Breuer, Julia Bünnagel, Yvon Chabrowski, Famed, Harun Farocki and Andrei Ujica, Filip Markiewicz, Julian Röder, Luise Schröder, Javier Téllez, Steffen Zillig.
UNAMERICA Relocating memories
Arbeit am Mythos – Orient und Okzident
June 16 - October 14, 2018
Häselburg - Neue Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst , Burgstr. 12, 07545 Gera
Tue, Wed, Fri-Sun: 12am - 5pm, Thu: 12am - 8pm
Opening: June 15, 2018, 6pm
ARTIST TALK: Luise Schröder, Bertram Haude und Rasha Ragab
June 26, 2018, 7pm
Exhibition with works by Abdullah Frères, Adidal Abou-Chamat, Rozbeh Asmani, Mohammed Sadiq Bey, Gino Dambrowski, DMB, Wilhelm Hammerschmidt, Oliver Hartung, Bertram Haude, Clara Verdugo Joris, Abbas Kiorastami, Martin Melcher, Paul-Ruben Mundthal, James Robertson, Luise Schröder, Toffaha, Mo Zaboli. The show is curated by Claudia Tittel.
GLAUBE, LIEBE, HOFFNUNG
April 13 - August 26, 2018
Kunsthaus Graz, Lendkai 1, 8020 Graz, Austria
& KULTUM Graz, Mariahilferplatz 3, 8020 Graz, Austria
Tue-Sun, Holidays: 10am – 5pm
Opening: April 12, 2018, 6pm
Artists: Adel Abdessemed, Azra Akšamija, Iris Andraschek, Maja Bajević, Anna Baranowski und Luise Schröder, Maja Bekan, Monica Bonvicini, Louise Bourgeois, Guillaume Bruère, Günter Brus, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Willem De Rooij, Marlene Dumas, Manfred Erjautz, VALIE EXPORT, Harun Farocki, Linda Fregni Nagler, Hilde Fuchs, Dan Graham, Maria Hahnenkamp, Fritz Hartlauer, Anna Jermolaewa, Birgit Jürgenssen, Franz Kapfer, Zlatko Kopljar, Maria Kramer, Kris Martin, Anna Meyer, Inge Morath, Muntean/Rosenblum, Alois Neuhold, Hermann Nitsch, Adrian Paci, Hannes Priesch, Karol Radziszewski, Werner Reiterer, Ulrike Rosenbach, Anri Sala, Christoph Schmidberger, Santiago Sierra, Slavs and Tatars, TEER (Wolfgang Temmel, Fedo Ertl), Norbert Trummer, Luc Tuymans, Danh Vō, Franz West, Markus Wilfling, Manfred Willmann and Artur Żmijewski.
The exhibition GLAUBE, LIEBE, HOFFNUNG was curated by Katrin Bucher Trantow, Johannes Rauchenberger and Barbara Steiner.
GUTE AUSSICHTEN DELUXE II
April 7, 2018, 11am - 9pm
Haus der Photographie der Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Deichtorstr. 1-2, 20095 Hamburg
Long day of Photography
Exhibition GUTE AUSSICHTEN DELUXE Junge deutsche Fotografie nach der Düsseldorfer Schule at Haus der Photographie der Deichtorhallen Hamburg
GUTE AUSSICHTEN DELUXE I
January 26 - May 21, 2018
Haus der Photographie at Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Deichtorstr. 1-2, 20095 Hamburg
Opening: January 25, 2018 at 7pm
Speakers: Ingo Taubhorn, Curator at Haus der Photographie
and Josefine Raab, Founder of Gute Aussichten
Followed by: Lange Nacht der Photographie, 8pm - 12pm
With recent works by gute aussichten award winners:
NADJA BOURNONVILLE, GEORG BRÜCKMANN, CLAUDIA CHRISTOFFEL, MONIKA CZOSNOWSKA, FELIX DOBBERT, SONJA KÄLBERER, KATRIN KAMRAU, ALWIN LAY, KOLJA LINOWITZKI, TAMARA LORENZ, MARIAN LUFT, SARA-LENA MAIERHOFER,THOMAS NEUMANN, NICOLAI RAPP, JEWGENI ROPPEL, REBECCA SAMPSON, HELENA SCHÄTZLE,LUISE SCHRÖDER, STEFANIE SCHROEDER,SARAH STRASSMANN, STEPHAN TILLMANS, MARKUS UHR, ANNA SIMONE WALLINGER, CHRISTINA WERNER UND MAJA WIRKUS