Co-curator with Peter Lindhorst
Online exhibition What if the Earth becomes uninhavitable
The exhibition highlights the value of interdisciplinary collaboration, bringing together artistic practices that directly consider and refer to scientific knowledge. Combining the photographic medium and other digital techniques, the artists develop possibilities to make the invisible visible, to clarify the abstract and to sharpen our consciousness. What if the Earth becomes uninhabitable presents a number of lens artists who, like scientists, explorers and researchers, use their creativity to make scientific data and findings more comprehensible; to visualize damage and past mistakes, which can turn out to be learnings for the future.
07.07. - 12.10.20, Photographic Museum of Humanity (PHmuseum)
Group exhibition Urgent Arts of Living
The arts can foster behavior change and engagement, because they move us on a visceral, more human level in a way that facts simply cannot. This exhibition, featuring work by Marie Lukasiewicz, Fábio Cunha and Ana Zibelnik, reclaims metaphors as valid figures in our photographic language with a great capacity to shift deep-rooted mental conceptions.
This exhibition was developed in the scope ofParallel – European Photo Based Platform
21.06. - 14.07.19, Kaunas Photography Gallery, Kaunas, LT
21.11. - 14.12.19, Rua Centro Cultural 11, Lisbon, PT
Exhibition documentation by Fábio Cunha
Reviews: Kauno diena
Die Anderen sind Wir. Bilder einer dissonanten Gesellschaft
Which mechanisms have led us to this social rift? Is there a diffuse fear in Germany that accompanies and shapes our political actions? Ten artists and photographers of the group APPARAT examine this question in their first joint exhibition.
Artists: Kevin Fuchs, Jakob Ganslmeier, Andrea Grützner, Miguel Hahn und Jan-Christoph Hartung, Hannes Jung, Sara-Lena Maierhofer, Rebecca Sampson, Daniel Seiffert, Maria Sturm.
17.8.-13.10.2019, Brandenburgisches Landesmuseum für Moderne Kunst,
Dieselkraftwerk, Cottbus, Germany
Deutschlandfunk Kultur (German), Cale Garrido in conversation with Gesa Ufer
Der Freitag (German), Was ist falsch? by Christine Käppeler
Exhibition documentation by Kevin Fuchs
7th Triennial of Photography Hamburg, 2018
Exhibition [JOAN FONTCUBERTA| Photography: Crisis of History
Curated by Alison Nordström
Exhibition design by Ballmann Weber
Joan Fontcuberta, noted artist, curator and historian presented a new and surprising history of photography, featuring previously unknown works that expand our understanding of photography’s past and present. Photographs by Picasso, Dalí and Miró were featured alongside important commissions of Albert Renger-Patzsch, Man Ray, László Moholy-Nagy, Alexander Rodchenko and Walker Evans, and the recently re-discovered oeuvre of Ximo Berenguer who photographed the nightlife of Barcelona in the 1970’s before his tragic premature death. This was Fontcuberta’s first exhibition in Hamburg.
Exhibition documentation by Philipp Meuser
with Jonas Fischer and Philipp Meuser
Collective show Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten
Crisis is everything that frightens us, that makes us flee, that makes us seek a way out – and everything what gets out of control.
22 photographers question the notion of crisis in a group show.
André Giesemann & Daniel Schulz, Anna Ziegler, Cale Garrido, Enver Hirsch, Hanna Lenz, Heinrich Holtgreve, Ines Könitz, Jonas Fischer, Kathrine Uldbæk Nielsen, Kathrin Spirk, Kolja Warnecke, Lisa Morgenstern, Marie Hochhaus, Michael Kohls, Nele Gülck, Patricia Paryz, Paul Koncewicz, Paula Markert, Philipp Meuser, Robin Hinsch & Vanessa Zeeh
27.04. - 07.05.17, Gallery Speckstraße, Gängeviertel, Hamburg
Reviews: Zeit Online, Fink.Hamburg