Strömungen in Bewegung

Strömungen in Bewegung

Work in progress presentation

November 18, 2021
Berlinische Galerie, Berlin - Germany

The photo artists Andrea Grützner, Christa Mayer and Luise Schröder presented their new works, which were created especially for the photographic collection of the Berlinische Galerie as part of the funding project: Das Andere Leben (The Other Life). This was an initiative supported by the cultural journalist Claudia Henne and realized in collaboration with the head of the photographic collection Katia Reich.

Luise Schröder's new photographic work: Strömungen in Bewegung deals with the activities of women and lesbian groups in the GDR. Her research was supported by the Robert Havemann Society and the Archive of the GDR Opposition.

Berlinische Galerie: Das Andere Leben
PDF Strömungen in Bewegung
PDF Text Berlinische Galerie

The Crown Letter - Foundation Fiminco and Photo Days

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
Free entry

OPENING: October 14, 7 - 10pm
The artists will be present!
RSVP: contact@fondationfiminco.com

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.

Foundation Fiminco - The Crown Letter
Photo Days Paris
The Crown Letter


Bienal Sur

Bienal Sur


September 30 - December 30, 2021
Tue to Sun - from 10am to 8pm
Bienal Sur - Cultural Center Córdoba
Av. Poeta Lugones 401, Córdoba
Free entry

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.

The Crown Letter




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.

Kitra Cahana | Photography

You can find more information about the program on the Fritz Ascher Society website

Kosmos Lem - Neue Bildern zu neuen Welten

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

Brandenburg Young Talent Award 2021

Art award

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.

You can check more here:
Potsdamer Neueste Nachrichten
Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg

Relocating Memories

Relocating Memories

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.

Max Lingner Stiftung

The Crown Letter

The Crown Letter


August 1, - August 22, 2021
Grilles du Square de la Tour Saint-Jacques
39 rue de Rivoli, 75004 Paris

Outdoor exhibition


August 1, - August 31, 2021
Jardin Villemin
14 rue des Récollets, 75010 Paris

Outdoor Exhibition


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

Flying in milk


Kerstin Flake & Luise Schröder

June 19, 2021 – July 24, 2021
Opening: Saturday, June 19, 2021
11 am - 6 pm

Galerie Kleindienst
Spinnereistrasse 7
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.

Galerie Kleindienst
Kerstin Flake

Brandenburg Art Award

Brandenburg Art Award


Young Talent Award
& Brandenburg Art Award

May 9, 2021 - August 22, 2021
Award ceremony: August 15, 2021

Schloss Neuhardenberg
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

Brandenburg Art Award 2021

Image: Manfred Zoller (Jg 1947)
Winner Category Painting