Photography and Abstraction
The exhibition is dedicated to the issue of abstraction in the field of contemporary photography. Riemer’s unique approach to photography creates atmospheres, which combine the past and the future. Whether the works were recently taken by him, or he used images from photo archives and added his own take on them, they all have a sense of timelessness, allowing for both the future and the past to enter.
This exhibition is part of the 4th edition of the festival "Normandie impressionniste" and will take place in 3 locations:
Frac Normandie Rouen,
Micro Onde - art center,
and Centre Photographique d’Île-de-France
A catalogue - bilingual - will be edited by Hatje Cantz
Curated by independent curator C. M. Turner (Camden, ME), Beacon is a conceptually driven group exhibition exploring objects, subjects, spaces, and ideologies that guide us through everyday life. Featuring ten artists of diverse backgrounds working with lens-based media, Beacon prompts viewers to consider the ways in which outside forces draw our attention and actions. From wayfinding to advertising, politics to place-making, Beacon explores both the unseen and well-known forces impacting ordinary existence.
here an installation view of the body of works ?it?s always summer somewhere?. A series that explores the double symbolic of the sea and proposes a contemporary mythology of exile.
Festival Young Creation
«En Être», is the title of the 70th edition of the Jeune Création association, which will take place from September 12 to 26, 2020. More than 190 artists of all generations take part in this exhibition circuit in four venues: the Cabane Georgina in Marseille, the Espace Niemeyer in Paris, the Jeune Création gallery in Romainville and the Thaddaeus Ropac gallery in Pantin.
?En être" (In Being) echoes desire, simplicity and doing things together. The responsibility of today?s world belongs to us. This ritual recreation, rich of 72 years of history, will sing the joys and anxieties of the world, its deaths and its rebirths. We will be fairies and we will be witches. With bits of string, it is possible to weave, create and gather what is scattered. The history of art, uncertainties, testimonies, transmissions, attempts, successes, mistakes confront dreams and reality. In what, with whom, how and for what reasons? The future will tell us.
Up to now, everything's good
exhibition conceived by the students of Ecole Kourtrajm, co-curators JR, Ladj Ly, Mathieu Kassovitz and Hugo Vitrani
Sleep is overrated
A projet by Simone Zaugg and Pfelder in Kurt Tucholsky's native house
With : Heather Allen, Heike Baranowsky, Emmanuelle Castellan, Katharina Grosse, Ilona Kalnoky, Mark Le Ruez, Via Lewandowsky, Sophia Pompéry, Karin Sander, Salah Saouli, Karen Scheper, Veronika Witte, Jan Peter Zaugg, Georg Zey
Who is gazing
Spotlight on contemporary creation. For the first time, the musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac is inviting twenty-six artists from across the world to take part in a truly contemporary exhibition focusing on different relationships to photographic and filmed images.
curator: Christine Barthe, Head of the Photographic Collections Heritage Unit at the musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, Paris
Play at home
ARTER museum in Istanbul is showing on line some videos from its collection. After a first edition focused on sound , including Sophia Pompéry works, this second edition will feature nine videos, each of them focusing on the act of drawing and painting, even though their own individual contextual frames and the tools they utilize may differ from one another.
online at arter.org.tr