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Evelyn Hofer
New York

25.2. - 11.6.2022 Centre Photographique Rouen

17.6. - 16.10.2022 GwinZegal, Guingamp

For the first time, Evelyn Hofer's New York photographs, taken between 1953 and 1975, are being shown in a comprehensive solo exhibition in France. On display is the portrait of a city in which the photographer lived for 60 years. The exhibition includes black-and-white and colour photographs, including dye transfer prints, magazines and books that reflect the commissioned context in which Hofer's work, like that of most photographers of the time, developed.

Thomas Florschuetz
Overlays

20.05. – 28.08.2022, Haus am Waldsee

The exhibition focuses on the last ten years of Thomas Florschuetz’s work. Several new works were created on the occasion of this exhibition, including photographs of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Sítio Roberto Burle Marx near Rio de Janeiro.

Anja Bohnhof
INDIA

12.06. - 17.07.2022, Kunsthalle Cloppenburg

Opening: 12.06.2022, 11.30 a.m.

The exhibition shows the photographic projects by Anja Bohnhof, which has been realized in India over the past twelve years.

Anja Bohnhof
in: „Identity not proven“ New Acquisitions for the Federal Art Collection

07.05. - 03.10.2022 Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn

The curatorial concept was developed in collaboration with a team of members of the acquisitions commissions. The title of the exhibition, a quotation taken from one of the works, articulates the demands made on the works: diversity, tolerance and the critical analysis of individual or collective identities are criteria that inform the selection. Moreover, the dialogue-based concept of the exhibition addresses themes such as contemporary political and social relevance, postcolonial discourse, posthumanism, constructions of history, urbanity and aesthetics.

Anja Bohnhof
in: INSIDE INDIA - Bharat Darshan. Eine fotografische Reise ins Innere Indiens

15.01 - 25.05.2022, KunstRaum Dr. Barthelmie, Duisburg

The group exhibition shows the portraits by Anja Bohnhof from the series "Krishak".

Thomas Florschuetz
in: Restless Bodies.
East German Photography 1980-89


08.04. - 19.06.2022 National Gallery of Art, Vilnius

This exhibition focuses on East German photography of the last decade before the fall of the Berlin Wall through the prism of the body. Its aim is to show how, within an authoritarian state based on the negation of individuality, physical confinement, surveillance, and normativity, photography was a medium through which artists were able to express the singularity of their lives and their relationship with their bodies, revealing a powerful inner sense of freedom.

Lena von Goedeke
in: Kryal. Vom Verschwinden des Eises

30.04. - 25.09.2022, Otto Modersohn Museum, Tecklenburg

Simone Nieweg
in: Photographic Concepts and Treasures. Works from the Collection. Portraiture, Landscape, Botany

11.2. - 10.7.2022 SK Stiftung Kultur, Köln

In 2022, Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur celebrates the 25th year of its exhibition program in Cologne’s Mediapark, launched in 1997 under the forward-looking title “Comparative Concepts.” This anniversary offers an occasion to present many works from the collection in two exhibitions, each with its own focus, enabling Die Photographische Sammlung to provide visitors with a broad overview of its holdings.

Carla Guagliardi
in: ThisPlay

17.02.2022 - 09.04.2023, Arter, Istanbul

The group exhibition revolves around the concepts of childhood and play. The exhibition aims to explore the liberating aspect of play, its defiant capacity to suspend and reconstruct reality, and the ways it transcends the humdrum of daily life to create unique systems and structures of meaning of its own, within the context of artworks, and the experiences they offer.

The exhibition shows Partitura (II) vertical, 2014 by Carla Guagliardi.

Dirk Reinartz
in: Friedl Dicker-Brandeis. Bauhaus Student, Avant-Garde Painter, Art Teacher

28.1. - 29.5.2022 Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz

The exhibition offers an overview of the artist's multifaceted oeuvre and for the first time highlights Friedl Dicker-Brandeis' special status within European avant-garde art. In moving film documents, contemporaries report on the tragic life of the artist, who - like many of the children she taught - was murdered as a victim of the Holocaust in the Auschwitz concentration camp in October 1944.
The exhibition also shows photographs from the series "totenstill" by Dirk Reinartz.

Elisabeth Vary
in the Presentation of the permanent collection

Aargauer Kunsthaus

The Aargauer Kunsthaus is showing two works by Elisabeth Vary in its' presentation of the permanent collection.

Photo: Timo Ullmann, exhibition view of the Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aargau, 2021.

Simone Nieweg
permanent exhibition of K21

Since the beginning of January, two photographs by Simone Nieweg are exhibited in the permanent collection of the K21 in the Kunstsammlung NRW next to works by Thomas Struth and Richard Long.

Barbara Köhler


We bid farewell


Situation Kunst


Situation Kunst is an ensemble of buildings located in the Galerie m Bochum's neighborrhood and hosts a permanent exhibition of important pieces of contemporary art and since 2015 space for temporary exhibitions in the MuT (Museum underground). Situation Kunst was designed in 1988 by Alexander von Berswordt-Wallrabe as an interconnected system relating art, architecture, and nature as a synthesis. To the website of Situation Kunst