IM OSTEN NICHTS NEUES
Exhibition & Conference
October 21, 2023 - January 14, 2024,
A.K.T; Theaterstraße 21, 75175 Pforzheim
& EMMA Creative Center, Emma-Jaeger-Straße 20, 75175 Pforzheim
Opening hours : Fr 2 pm – 7 pm, Sat 2 pm – 10 pm, Sun 11 am – 7 pm
OPENING: October 20, 7 -11 pm at EMMA Creative Center Pforzheim
CONFERENCE: October 21st, 2023, 11 am - 6 pm at EMMA – Creative Centre Pforzheim
When the so-called "Iron Curtain" fell in 1989, it meant a reunification for Germany. For Western Europe as a whole it meant the end of a division. From the point of view of the Eastern European states, this event can be also be seen as the end of the Second World War. Most countries were not voluntarily part of the planned economy governed and real socialist Warsaw Pact. These countries now had to transform themselves, at breathtaking speed, to find their way into the new market economy oriented, democratic social system, without the possibility of dealing with their own identity and coming to terms with the events of the 20th century. Now, about 30 years later, we find ourselves in the difficult process of European unification, which presents the nations of Europe with a great challenge. The Eastern European countries are struggling for their place in Europe, their identity and to have a say, while the Western European countries are puzzling over the motives of the actions of the Eastern European states. The exhibition undertakes an attempt, particularly in consideration of the current crisis and war situation in Europe, to discuss the Eastern European view of Europe, to present Eastern European perspectives and to furthermore enter into an open discourse.
With works by Maja Bajević, Anna Baranowski & Luise Schröder, Rufina Bazlova & Sofia Tocar, Julia Beliaeva, Frédéric Chaubin, Márta Czene, Lex Drewinski, Wiktor Dyndo, Ieva Epnere, Vladimir Frelih & Dragan Matić, Susanne Fritz, Sętowski Gawron, Shalva Gelitashvili, Michael Grudziecki, Aneta Grzeszykowska, Marina Gržinić & Aina Šmid, Jakub Janovský, Sofia Hager, Gvantsa Jishkariani & Nata Sopromadze & David Apakidze, Zhanna Kadyrova Franka Kaßner, Zauri Matikashvili, Ana Petrović, Nika Rukavina, Krišs Salmanis, Slavs and Tatars, Zbigniew Sikora, Simpson, Wojciech Wilczyk, Waldemar Zimbelmann
Curated by Janusz Czech, Lisa Schlenker (assistant), Co-Curator: Thomas Olze
Mémoires - Clichy sous Bois - Chêne Pointu
September 30 – October 28, 2023
Centre Commercial / Shopping Center Chêne Pointu, Clichy-sous-Bois
Allée Maurice Audin, 93390 Clichy-sous-Bois, France
Visiting hours: Wedn.-Sat.: 3pm - 7 pm
OPENING: Saturday 30th September, 2023 3pm - 6pm
With works by Jakuta Alikavazovic, Murat Arslan Rymo, Chedly Atallah, Philippe Chancel, Bilel Chikri, Mohamed El Khatib, Naoya Hatakeyama, Loo Hui Phang, Géraldine Lay, Cyril Pedrosa, Phemina, Eric Reinhardt, Luise Schröder, Philippe
Vasset et Virgil Vernier
Artistic director: Éric Reinhardt / Exhibition curator: Margaux Gillet
Shuttle Service on the Opening: Bus from Porte de Pantin (opposite the Grande Halle de La Villette) Departure at 2pm from Paris. Departure at 6pm from Clichy-sous-Bois. To reserve your place on the shuttles, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Camera Austria International 163 | 2023
Contributions: WERKER COLLECTIVE, AMATOR ARCHIVES: Über QUEERE REPRODUKTION, AKINBODE AKINBIYI: Auf der Suche nach Bedeutung, AJDA ANA KOCUTAR: Was der Künstler unter Verschluss hielt. Ein kurzer Abriss über Ulays Frühwerk, ULAY, SUSANNE HOLSCHBACH: »Das Tor zu den Sternen haben wir geöffnet« LUISE SCHRÖDER
The magazine Camera Austria International deals with important discourses on the role of photography as a medium and practice of contemporary art—presenting outstanding artists who have made extraordinary contributions to the continual development of the medium. The magazine is not primarily engaged with topicality but also makes materials available that, as part of long-term and sustainable discourse, also retains significance after the fact as source material.
Camera Austria International 163 I 2023 available here
Price: 18 Euro
Will we still want to dance tomorrow?
THE CROWN LETTER
September 14 – October 4th, 2023
French Institute Prague, Galerie 35
Štěpánská 644/35, 110 00 Praha 1
Mo – Sa: 10 am – 8 pm
Opening: September, 13th, 2023, 5 pm
Film screening by the artist collective starting at 7-9.30 pm at Kino 35
The artist’s collective THE CROWN LETTER looks to the future to imagine a desirable world. The concept for this exhibition-manifesto of contemporary art was developed in June-July 2023 as part of a residency in Česká Skalice supported by Luxfer Gallery in Česká Skalice. This exhibition is the work of an international collective initiated by the French artist Natacha Nisic in the spring of 2020, in the early months of the Covid 19 epidemic. Around fifty women artists from twenty countries, from Argentina to Japan, as well as the UK, Germany and France, swiftly responded to carry out the project. THE CROWN LETTER website has been online and on social networks for over three years, and it's holding firm. Each week it publishes a letter featuring a range of original and previously unreleased works: photographs, videos, drawings and texts. Its archive amounts nearly a thousand works.
Artists: Susan E. BARNET, Maithili BAVKAR, Anne BRUNSWIC, Adriana BUSTOS, Michelle DEIGNAN, Liza DIMBLEBY, Anne DUBOS, Cornelia EICHHORN, Dettie FLYNN, Claire-Jeanne JÉZÉQUEL, Kyoko KASUYA, Choi-Ahoi KYUNG-HWA, Saviya LOPES, Ruth MACLENNAN, Ana MENDES, Maricarmen MERINO, Aurelia MIHAI, Manuela MORGAINE, Neringa NAUJOKAITE, Natacha NISIC, Kasia OZGA, Catherine RADOSA, Luise SCHRÖDER, Esther SHALEV-GERZ, Katja STUKE, Catalina SWINBURN, Valeria TRUBINA, Ivana VOLLARO, Emma WOFFENDEN.
outside the Box #8 Kämpfe
Zeitschrift für feministische Gesellschaftskritik
Our artistic works La Barricade - Existing as a promise and Pierres sans répit together with Chedly Atallah have just been published in Outside the box #8 Kämpfe- Zeitschrift für feministische Gesellschaftskritik, a Leipzig based magazine dedicated to social critique with a feminist focus.
Artist Book Fair
I am happy to be part of MISS READ - The Berlin Art Book Festival & Fair 2023.
at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, 10557 Berlin
Admission to the fair and program is FREE.
Friday, September 22, 5–9pm
Saturday, September 23, 12–7pm
Sunday, September 24, 12–7pm
Poster: Aziza Ahmad for Miss Read 2023
Edition Release & Presentation
Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation Art Edition Release and Presentation
September 22-24, 2023, 12 am - 6 pm
Institute of Photography FORT, Racławicka 99, 02-634 Warsaw, Poland
OPENING: Friday, September 22nd at 7 pm
Artists: Tina Bara, Yvon Chabrowski, Andrea Grützner, Nancy Jahns, Nadja Buttendorf & Sabrina Labis, Inken Reinert, Ricarda Roggan, Elske Rosenfeld, Christine Schlegel, Luise Schröder, Gabriele Stötzer, Erika Stürmer-Alex, Kata Unger and Katarzyna Kozyra
Curated by Jeannette Brabenetz / Project coordination: Iga Maria Szczepańska
Kamera Series No. 8
Exhibition & Screening
June 21 - 24, 2023
Labor Neunzehn, Kiefholzstr. 19/20
12435 Berlin, backyard, 4th floor
Visiting hours: every day 2pm - 6pm
OPENING: Tuesday, June 20, 6pm
ARTIST TALK: Thursday, June 22, 7pm
For KAMERA SERIES No. 8 Luise Schröder will present some of her recent works. KAMERA SERIES is conceived and curated by Labor Neunzehn and AVARIE. Each event features a retrospective of selected films by an artist and a small exhibition of publications or works on paper over 5 days. KAMERA is a screening program of avant-garde films, video art works and printed matter taking place at Labor Neunzehn in Berlin. It focuses on a critical dialogue between different film formats and artists’ books. By being regular, it aims at creating a space for community exchanges about contemporary image making. A limited edition booklet is created as a part of collectable issues at the cycle’s end, but also as an independent valuable object.
Ce qui est déjà là
Moviment Festival at Centre Pompidou
June 1st – June 4th, 2023
Centre Pompidou, Galerie 3
Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris, France
Opening hours: 11 am - 9 pm
CE QUI EST DÉJÀ LÀ To celebrate the Moviment Festival Ateliers Médicis present and host a series of screenings, conversations and performances, which, together, sum up their activities as an institution and its commitment to artistic creation based on experience and relationships. The work of Camille Juthier and Luise Schröder's La Barricade – Existing as a promise will be exhibited in the Galerie 3 alongside with a series of posters on the wall, like the start of a collection of images as well as an interactive media project devised by the young people of Clichy-sous-Bois and Montfermeil. Each day features films, performances and talks will be presented and dedicated to artistic creation, the right of artists, architects and our imaginations.
Participants: Paulo Accioly Lins de Barros, Ismail Alaoui Fdili, Sharon Alfassi, Article 15k, Murat Arslan, Charlie Aubry, Yasmina Benabderrahmane, Aristide Barraud, Ismael Bazri, Helena Berkaoui, Hajer Ben Boubaker, Justine Bertillot & Xavier Roumagnac, Mélodie Blaison, Rémi Brachet, Ugo Casabianca, Meriem Chabani, Aurélie Charon, Bilel Chikri, Club de Double Dutch de Vitry-sur-Seine, Henri Coutant, Julien Creuzet, Chris Cyrille, Louise Délécaut, Rokhaya Diallo, Alassan Diawara, Alice Diop, Abdou Diouri, Chayma Drira, zakkiyyah najeebah dumas o’neal, Electro Street, Louis Henderson, Encore Heureux, Alexandria Eregbu, L’Étincelle, Ming Fai, Florence Fauquet, Kevin Gay, Lucie Jean, Tonika Lewis Johnson, Camille Juthier, Kaoutar Harchi, Smaïl Kanouté, Sébastien Kheroufi, Hada Korera, Kourtrajmé, Joyce Kuoh Moukouri, Yassine Lassar Ramdani, The Living and the Dead Ensemble, Sham Lourenço, Low Lov, Faheem Majeed, Pablo Malek, Olivier Marboeuf, Randa Maroufi, Rayane Mcirdi, Mehdi Meklat & Badroudine Saïd Abdallah, Nawufal Mohamed, Éloïse Monmirel, Mame Fatou Niang, Josèfa Ntjam, Valentin Noujaïm, Pascale Obolo, Elsie Olarewaju Otinwa, Michel "Meech" Onomo, Sasha Phyars-Burgess, Zahia Rahmani, La Renverse, Laïlani Ridjali, Constance Rivière, Till Roeskens, Lucas Roxo, Amine Sabor, Féroz Sahoulamide, Luise Schröder, Francesco Sebregondi, Silina Syan, Dogukan Tür, Seumboy Vrainom :€, Feda Wardak, Mawena Yehouessi et d'autres <3 – XULY.Bët, Aladine Zaiane
Strömungen in Bewegung
May 26, 2023 – January 21, 2024
Photographic Collection at Berlinische Galerie / 1st floor
Landesmuseum für Moderne Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur
Alte Jakobstraße 124 – 128, 10969 Berlin, Germany
Opening hours: Wedn. - Mon. 10 am – 6 pm, Closed on Tuesdays
OPENING: May 25, 2023 at 6 pm
The photographic work Strömungen in Bewegung (eng. Currents in motion) by Luise Schröder will be exhibited for the first time at Berlinische Galerie, Germany. It it belongs to the project Das neue Leben which was initiated and supported by the cultural journalist Claudia Henne. The work is part of the photographic collection of Berlinische Galerie / Museum of Modern Art, Germany.
WE_LOVE 60 Jahre Deutscher Jugendfotopreis
Talk & Discussion
Sunday, March 12, 2023, 4pm
at Kulturmarkthalle Berlin,
Hans-Eisler-Str. 93, 10409 Berlin
Europäischer Monat der Photographie – EMOP BERLIN
The talk Youth in Transition is related to the exhibition WE_LOVE 60 Jahre Deutscher Jugendphotopreis / German Youth Photo Award. It deals with the photographs of the "Leistungsvergleiche der Kinder- und Jugendfotogruppen der DDR" between 1970 and 1989. Invited guests are Prof. Wiebke Loeper, Professor of Photography at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and former participant in the Youth Photo Award, Prof. Dr. Ulrike Pilarczyk, TU Braunschweig; Hans Praefke, photographer and former photo circle leader in Berlin (East), Luise Schröder, artist and former participant in the Youth Photo Award. The talk is moderated by Michael Biedowicz (DGPH - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie).
Remembering spaces of internment
March 9-10, 2023
at La Contemporaine - Campus Nanterre University
184 Cour Nicole Dreyfus, 92000 Nanterre
Thursday, March 09, 2023, Session 6, 17h30-18h15
Luise Schröder presents her video UNAMERICA - Relocating memories
ReSI - Remembering Spaces of Internment proposes a broad reflection on the spaces of internment, and particularly on their erasure, of which they are often the object. These places are present throughout the 20th century and on all inhabited continents. Even if they are placed under the designation of the ‘exception,’ their presence is structural. However, they have rarely been the subject of transversal studies that take into account the extent of the phenomenon. ReSI proposes to establish a research network in order to collectively reflect on the subject.
The current workshop in Paris deals with three specific areas: Institutions and the logics that preside over their establishment, management and dissolution, the materiality of buildings, their uses and traces and memory and re-membering of places of internment and the practices related to them.
Worin unsere Stärke besteht
Worin unsere Stärke besteht. Fünfzig Künstlerinnen aus der DDR
February 24, 2023, 6-11pm at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien
Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin
The catalogue for the exhibition Worin unsere Stärke besteht. 50 Künstlerinnen aus der DDR at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien (September-November 2022), spans an arc from early to current works and contextualises it with extensive visual material on each individual artistic position. Essays by Angelika Richter, Hildtrud Ebert, Elske Rosenfeld, Charlotte Misselwitz and Suse Weber, a greeting by Dr Klaus Lederer, press commentaries by Sarah Alberti, Kevin Hanschke, Elke Linda Buchholz, Tom Mustroph, Eva Scharrer, Ingeborth Ruthe and Hanna Krug as well as interviews with Andrea Pichl and Angelika Richter expand the discussion within the publication.
Editor: Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien / Concept: Andrea Pichl und Stéphane Bauer / Publishing House: DISTANZ / German, 23 × 29 cm,
184 pages, ISBN 978-3-95476-566-9 / € 36 (D) / £ 34 / $ 48
Geschichte(n) aus dem Archiv
January 28-29, 2023
Saturday: 11 am, Alte Notenbank Weimar
Steubenstraße 15, 99423 Weimar
Sunday: 11 am, M BOOKS Galerie
Marktstraße 16, 99423 Weimar
The symposium Geschichte(n) aus dem Archiv / Stories vom the Archive takes place in the context of the exhibition An den Rändern taumelt das Glück. The late GDR in photography. The invited guests are photographers, curators and academics who work with photographic collections, archives and estates. What connects their work, what do they consider as their task in preserving and managing photographic legacies and what is their role is in evaluating and classifying this heritage. Furthermore, the question of what the artistic handling of existing photographic material from archives and collections can add to a historically scientific treatment of these archival records will be examinded. Where are the limits of the respective access and how do power relations inscribed in the archive can be questioned. Above all, the significance of private photographic collections and albums for research, art and socio-political discourses will finally be discussed.
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