Manheim, Heidelberg & Ludwigschafen, DE
curator David Campany
The biennale is located in three German cities: Heidelberg, Ludwigschaffen et Mannheim. Sebastian Riemer shows several works from his series "press paintings" in the exhibition titled "Yesterday's News Today" at Kunstverein in Heidelberg.
Artists: Dennis Adams, Claudia Angelmaier, Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni, David Claerbout, Jojakim Cortis & Adrian Sonderegger, Jeff Cowen, Julia Curtin, Tim Davis, John Divola, Stéphane Duroy, Walker Evans, Camille Fallet, Joan Fontcuberta, Pablo Genovés, George Georgiou, Hein Gorny, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Darren Harvey-Regan, Aaron Hegert, Sohrab Hura, David Jiménez, Lisa Kereszi, Christoph Klauke, Steffi Klenz, Kensuke Koike, Justine Kurland, Sherrie Levine, Mark Lewis, Ute Mahler & Werner Mahler, Michael Mandiberg, Josh Murfitt, James Nares, Antonio Pérez Río, Max Pinckers & Dries Depoorter, Max Pinckers & Sam Weerdmeester, Jessica Potter, Patrick Pound, Peter Puklus, Timm Rautert, Sebastian Riemer, RaMell Ross, Thomas Ruff, Mark Ruwedel, Anastasia Samoylova, Martina Sauter, Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes, Bryan Schutmaat, Stephen Shore, Eva Stenram, John Stezaker, Daniel Stier, Clare Strand, Batia Suter, Nick Waplington, Christopher Williams, Vanessa Winship, Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, Thomas Wunsch, Ewa Monika Zebrowski et. al.
Exhibition of the collection of Gino Di Maggio : Futurism, Fluxus, Nouveau Réalisme, Affichistes, Mono-ha, Gutai, Italian cinetism, ..
Si le nez de Cléopâtre..
"Si le nez de Cléopâtre..." investigates the process of constant rewriting and “correction” of history and the forces at play that take place during the process. The project centers on taking the figure of Cleopatra as a metaphor for this practice and looks at how, as a historical figure, her image has been defaced and “refaced” in Western collective imaginary.
Cité des Arts, Paris
Biennial of digital art curated by Gilles Alvarez et Dominique Moulon
"Fifteen Pairs of Mouths"s an on-going project started in 2016 that investigates the new role of the hands as a vehicle for communication in the post-Internet age. For the last four years, I have been collecting more than 60 gestures of people texting on their phones. In the installation, fifteen of these pairs of dismembered hands casted in white plaster stand on steel mounts in various positions mimicking this new way of communicating. The phone itself remains absent; leaving a negative space in between the fingers.