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)
Full program of the symposium
Lithuanian Photographers Association
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.
FLUCA Austrian Cultural Pavilion
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.
Cité internationale des arts
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin
Goethe Institut Paris
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