Installing the Exhibition at Deutsche Börse AG, The Cube, Eschborn
EXHIBITION | Extreme. Territorries – RAY 2018
The EXTREME.TERRITORIES exhibition at the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation is part of the photo triennial RAY 2018 taking place in Frankfurt and in the Rhine/Main region.
The exhibition shows regions whose residents are exposed to exceptional conditions as a result of political and economic developments. The focus lies on the traces and shifts that mark the landscape, bearing witness to uprooting, separation and alienation. They arise as a consequence of political conflicts and upheavals but also through the negative side of rapid economic growth. The works by the six selected artists reflect this in diverse and impressiveways.
The project „Wüstungen“ (Devastations) by Anne Heinlein (*1977 DE) and Göran Gnaudschun (*1971 DE) shows photographs and archive material from border areas that were razed to the ground in the former East Germany. The banishment of long-term residents associated with the former is also the subject of the „History Images“ series by Sze Tsung Nicolás Leong (*1970 MX/GB/US), addressing the radical architectural changes resulting from the economic upswing that have transformed the urban landscape in Chinese cities. In „Hello Camel“ Christoph Bangert (*1978 DE) explores the extreme life circumstances caused by war. He shows how soldiers stationed in war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan strive for a bit of normality in the exclusion zones created for them there. Gregor Sailer (*1980 AT) travelled to extremely differ ent regions around the world to show how bizarre these and other settlements hermetically sealed off from the outside world appear or even are simulated in his two series „Potemkin Village“ and „Closed Cities“. And Guy Tillim’s (*1962 ZA) „Avenue Patrice Lumumba“ series paints a touchingly poetic portrait of sometimes seemingly morbid post-colonial buildings in African cities. The shown monuments contain both visions of political liberation and reflections of failure.
Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation
The Cube, Eschborn
Mergenthalerallee 61, 65760 Eschborn
25 May to 28 September 2018
Opening: 24 May 2018, 6:30 pm
25 May 2018, 10am—1pm
Festival hub at MMK 3, Domstr. 3, Frankfurt am Main
Artist talks and panel discussions with Anne Heinlein & Göran Gnaudschun, Christoph Bangert and Guy Tillim. Introduction and moderation by Anne-Marie Beckmann (RAY 2018 curator)
You can visit the exhibition by appointment during guided tours.
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Katarina, Tor Sapienza, aus: „Are You Happy?”, Rome, 2017
AWARD | Art Prize of Land Brandenburg
This year’s winners of the Brandenburg Art Award of „Märkische Oderzeitung“ and „Schloss Neuhardenberg Foundation“ are Carola Czempik (painting), Dorit Trebeljahr (sculpture), Frank Diersch (graphics) and Göran Gnaudschun (photography).
The award ceremony and the exhibition opening will be held in the presence of the prime minister Dietmar Woidke und at July, 1, 2018 at Schloss Neuhardenberg.
Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg
ARTIST TALK | Museum der Moderne, Salzburg
Artist talk with Anne Heinlein und Göran Gnaudschun, Potsdam, D
Gregor Sailer, Künstler, Innsbruck, A
Henk Wildschut, Künstler, Amsterdam, NL
anlässlich der Ausstellung „Raum und Fotografie”
February, 2,2018, 3 p.m.
Museum der Moderne, Mönchsberg 32, A-5020 Salzburg
Kim and Mary, Alexanderplatz, 2013
EXHIBITION | Alexanderplatz in Rome
Gnaudschun shows his work „Alexanderplatz“ (2010-2014) at the „Gallery of the German Academy Villa Massimo, Rome“
Deutsche Akademie Villa Massimo Rom
Largo di Villa Massimo, 1-2
December, 18 till December 21, 2017 and January, 8 till January, 19, 2018
Opening: December, 15, 2017, 5 to 8 pm
Artist Talk with Emilia Giorgi and Chiara Capodici
15. Dezember, 19 Uhr
Monday to Thursday, 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Fridayg, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Victoria, Pigneto, from „Are You Happy?”, 2017
EXHIBITION |Passeggiate Fotografiche Romane
While the „Passeggiate Fotografiche Romane“ Gnaudschun takes part at an Open-Air-Exhibition at the Pigneto-Quarter. He shows portraits from „Are You Happy?“, Rome, 2017. Organized by „Coordinamento delle Mostre all’aperto lungo via del Pigneto“.
Via del Pigneto 263
December, 16 and 17, 2017
Discipula, Alessandro Penso, Göran Gnaudschun, Gianluca Abblasio, Defrost Studio, Fabrizio Vatieri
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via del pigneto 162/e, Roma
Villa Massimo Night at Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin 2017
Gleaning: It was a wonderful evening!
Petrol Station, Via Prenestina, Rome, from: „Are you Happy?“, 2017
Presentation | German Academy Villa Massimo Rome at Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin
Dezember, 7, 2017
The presentation of the works by the fellows of the Villa Massimo 2016/17 will take place this year at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin again. Speeches, readings, performances and the exhibition – on one single evening! Göran Gnaudschun shows photographs from „Are You Happy?“.
The entrance for the speaches is at 6:45 pm, for the exhibition from 8:00 pm.
The event is free of charge and open to the public. A limited number of invitations for the fast-lane can be ordered by sending me an email.
Nezaket Ekici, visual arts
Heike Geissler, literature
Göran Gnaudschun, visual arts
Torsten Herrmann, music
Nina Jäckle, literature
Anna Kubelík, architecture
Hartmut Lange, literature
Adnan Softić, visual arts
Lisa Streich, music
and the praxis fellows:
Anna Depenbusch, singer-songwriter
Joachim Sauter, media artist
06:45 pm entrance
07:30 pm musical prelude
Anna Depenbusch, singer-songwriter
Dr. Joachim Blüher, director of the German Academy Villa Massimo, Rome
Dieter Kosslick, director of the Berlin International Film Festival
Göran Gnaudschun, visual artist, fellow Villa Massimo 2016/17
08:15 –10:30 pm exhibition, readings, concerts and performances
Exhibition | Shifting Perspectives at ZKR Berlin
21 October 2017 – 08 April 2018
Opening: Friday, 20 October 2017, 7 pm
The exhibition Shifting Perspectives focuses on the decaying landscapes and urban structures of East Germany, from the GDR and the post-reunification era to the present. It gathers predominantly photographic and video work of 22 selected artists, including Arno Fischer, Seiichi Furuya, Stephanie Steinkopf, Clemens von Wedemeyer and Tobias Zielony. Their work depicts examples of desolate architecture and cities in transformation, tells residents’ stories, and studies the evolution of rural environments. ZKR Director Katja Aßmann sheds light on the exhibition: “Public space, whether urban or rural, is subject to constant changes due to political, economic and social conditions. The works featured in Shifting Perspectives powerfully convey the significance of public spaces in the formation of identity, and tangibly communicate the gradual changes in the former GDR states over the course of the reunification between East and West Germany.” Shifting Perspectives gathers long-term subjective studies, personal accounts and photographic snapshots that hint at imminent change or already bear traces of socio-political upheaval.
Laurenz Berges, Katja Eydel, Arno Fischer, Seiichi Furuya, Sven Gatter, Andreas Gefeller, Jean-Pierre Giloux, Göran Gnaudschun, Anne Heinlein, Alexander Janetzko, Monika Lawrenz, Manfred Paul, Merit Pietzker, Ludwig Rauch, Jürgen Rehrmann, Joachim Richau, Stephanie Steinkopf, Ingeborg Ullrich, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Thomas Wolf, Ulrich Wüst, Tobias Zielony; architectural sculpture by raumlaborberlin
ZKR – Zentrum für Kunst und öffentlichen Raum, Schloss Biesdorf
Anne Heinlein, Schmerbach, 2016
First documented in an official record: 1562, Destroyed: 1974
Exhibition | „Wüstungen”, RaumSechs, Düsseldorf
„Wüstungen” is a collaboration between Anne Heinlein and Göran Gnaudschun. From 1952 to 1988, the authorities razed more than a hundred villages, farms, hamlets, and homesteads on East German territory near the border with West Germany. The structures were in the way of a clear field of fire, difficult to guard, or simply too close to the line of demarcation. The people who lived there were forcibly resettled, forever losing their homes. Gnaudschun und Heinlein traveled to these localities to take photographs and write; they interviewed contemporary witnesses and asked them to see their photo albums. They also spent a lot of time in the archives of the Stasi, the border troops, and the West German border police. The photographs, maps, and documents they gathered are an integral component of the book, ranging freely across different historical strata. The deliberately unscholarly use of the documentary material highlights how abstract grand schemes always also impact individuals; some people contrive these plans and implement them while others suffer the consequences. Images and texts examine the passage of time, the way people live with their memories, and the significance of flight and expulsion as repercussions of the inner German border.
Pestalozzistr. 35, Hinterhof, 40459 Düsseldorf
1 September till 3 September 2017
Friday, 1 September 2017, 6 pm
Introduction: Matthias Erntges
Saturday, 2 September 2017, 4 pm
Jacqueline Friedrich, Anne Heinlein, Göran Gnaudschun
Friday, 1 September 2017, 6 pm to 9 pm
Saturday, 2 September 2017, 2 pm to 6 pm
Sunday, 3 September 2017, 12 pm to 6 pm
Göran Gnaudschun, Angel, Rome, 2017
Metamorphosis – Before and after Rome
Artists from different academys in Rome show their works. Göran Gnaudschun presents „I follow rivers”.
Noha ALI, Nobushige AKIYAMA, Mara ANDREI, Lorenzo ATTOLINI, Nicoleta BACIU, Kenneth BAMBERG, Priscilla BECCARI, Giuseppe DI LORENZO, Alessandro DOLFI, Hilda EKEROTH, Nezaket EKICI, Asmaa ELNAWAWY, Kamal EL FEKY, Göran GNAUDSCHUN, Daniela ISPAS, Maria Theodora ISPAS, Mădălina IONAȘCU, Barbara LUNETTI, Claudia MANDI, Roxana MIHALY, Samia MONSEF, MONOSIREN (Edgard Neris & Priscilla Beccari), Valentin MORARIU, Ramona MUNTEANU, Adriana NAUSICA PAIS, Edgar NERIS, Mădălina Gabriela PANTEA, Andrei NUȚU, Mădălina Gabriela PANTEA, Ottavia POMPEI LA PEONIA, George RAZ, Enrico RILEY, Alexandra RUSU, Andreea ȘTEFAN, Diana VASILIU, Era VATI, Giacomo ZORBA, Jinping WANG
Accademia di Romania
Valle Giulia, Piazza José de San Martin, 00197 Rom
9. Juni – 16. Juni 2017
Opening: June, 9, 7 pm