Talks

29.Sep 6:00 pm

Artist talk

Prof. Honnef has been known for several decades as an author and art critic as well as a curator and professor for photography theory. Kai Löffelbein, born 1981 in Siegen, has been working internationally as a freelance photographer since 2009. His photo volume Ctrl-X. A topography of e-waste will be published in 2018 by Steidl.

Address

FeldbuschWiesnerRudolph Jägerstraße 5 10117 Berlin

29.Sep 7:00 pm

FOTOTREFF BERLIN #25

Künstlergespräch

On the occasion of the FOTOTREFF BERLIN #25, on September 29, 2018, the photographer and artist Andrea Grützner presents her work in conversation with the art historian and art consultant Julia Rosenbaum. Grützner's medium is photography, yet her projects move between various genres of art, such as photography, painting or collage. She is interested in the perception of space, her personal individual history and structural memories, as well as the visual irritation of the observer - the familiar and at the same time the unfamiliar. Among other projects, Andrea Grützner will present her most recent work HIVE (2018), share with us her fascination for buildings and her interest for memory, and ultimately guide us through the intricacies and graphic aspects of her work.

Address

FOTOTREFF BERLIN Prinzessinnenstraße 16, Hinterhof, Aufgang links, 1. OG 10969 Berlin www.fototreffberlin.tumblr.com

Admission 5€ / 3€

29.Sep 7:00 pm

Artist talk & Open night

Artist Talk with Peter Bialobrzeski, Nina Röder & Henriette Kriese on occasion of the group show 'Formen des Bleibens', opening night afterwards.

Address

galerie burster Berlin Kurfürstendamm 213 10719 Berlin

30.Sep 4:00 pm

Meet the artist: Dieter Hacker

Artist talk & Guided tour

In the 1970s, Dieter Hacker worked closely with amateur photography as an artistic and political medium. Now, the Bröhan Museum honors Hacker’s photographic work with a solo show—because in the age of social media, questions inquiring into the power or impotence of mass images and the photograph as an instrument of self-staging are more relevant than ever.

Address

Bröhan-Museum. Landesmuseum für Jugendstil, Art Deco und Funktionalismus Schloßstraße 1A 14059 Berlin

Additional Information

Admission 8€ / 5€

1.Oct 6:00 pm

Artist talk & Book launch

Artist Kate Robertson, together with Chief Jeffrey Noro of the Rura Clan and Chief Alex Dawia of the Taa Lupumoiku Clan, will present the ongoing cross cultural collaborative body of work – recording the medicinal plants of Siwai, Bougainville. The artist book, produced by Siwai people wil also be presented, detailing the plants’ uses and application in Motuana and English, as tool for both preservation of language, ecosystem management, education and empowering the local community.

Address

Jarvis Dooney Galerie Linienstraße 116 10115 Berlin

Registration required
030 37 43 26 72
4.Oct 6:00 pm

Architecture and Landscape in Norway. Photography by Ken Schlucht­mann

Artist & Curator talk

On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Architecture and Landscape in Norway. Photographs by Ken Schluchtmann the photographer Ken Schluchtmann will talk about his numerous travels to Norway and thus provide insight into his work process. Curator Janike Kampevold Larsen will present an overview of the history of Norwegian landscape photography, as well as contextualise Ken Schluchtmanns work in light of the history of the development of ideas as well as of photo history. In English language.

Address

Felleshus der Nordischen Botschaften Rauchstraße 1 10787 Berlin www.nationalroutes.info

Registration required

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5.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

with Josef Wolfgang Mayer & Jörg Rubbert

Address

Studio Koschmieder Oranienstraße 15 10999 Berlin

6.Oct 4:00 pm

Im Dialog über Fotografie, Wahrnehmung und Blindheit

Artist talk

Die vielfältigen fotografischen Arbeiten von Loredana Nemes zeugen von der Begegnung mit dem „Anderen“. Dies sind vor allem unbekannte Personen, Orte und Situationen, denen sich die Künstlerin mit Präzision und großer Sensibilität nähert.
Susanne Emmermann ist blind, Fotografin – und Reporterin. Im Projekt „Blinde Reporter unterwegs“ besucht sie Ausstellungen in Berlin und Brandenburg und befragt Expert*innen sowie Besucher*innen, um sich ein Bild von den Werken machen zu können. Im Dialog kommen Details zutage, die sehende Betrachter*innen nur allzu flüchtig wahrnehmen oder gar „übersehen“ haben.

Im Gespräch befragt sie Loredana Nemes zu ihrer Arbeit, ihrem Blick und der künstlerischen Vorgehensweise, um das Befremdliche des Alltags mit der Kamera einzufangen. Im Fokus steht hierbei die Auseinandersetzung mit dem Medium Fotografie, unterschiedlichen Wahrnehmungsprozessen und die innere Vorstellungskraft einer Künstlerin.

Address

Berlinische Galerie Alte Jakobstraße 124 10969 Berlin www.berlinischegalerie.de/home

Additional Information

ohne Anmeldung

Die Veranstaltung ist im Museumseintritt enthalten.

6.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

ARTFACTSnet artist talk. BOEHMERSislands - OSTR exhibition, title: private public life - closed open culture

Organized by BOEHMERS & Orania.Berlin / Salon
Address

Orania.Berlin / Salon Oranienstraße 40 10999 Berlin

Additional Information

Max. 80 participants

Registration required
10.Oct 6:00 pm

Artist talk

with Sylvia Henrich and Stefanie Seufert

Address

COPYRIGHTberlin Schwedenstraße 16 13357 Berlin

12.Oct 6:00 pm

Leica Artist talks

Max Pinckers (Winner of Leica Oskar Barnack Award) in conversation with Nadine Barth

Address

Capitis Studios Kronenstraße 71 10117 Berlin

13.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

Artist talk and Guided tour through the exhibition. With Hosam Katan.

Address

BENHADJ & DJILALI Galerie Torstraße 170 10115 Berlin

Registration required
14.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

Artist talk and Guided tour through the exhibition. With Hosam Katan.

Address

BENHADJ & DJILALI Galerie Torstraße 170 10115 Berlin

Registration required
15.Oct 6:00 pm

Artist talk

Katerina Belkina art reflects plenty of facets of human being in our actual society.The russian artist`s playground represents all kind of roles: gender, arthistorical figures, etc. We are very looking forward to an exciting talk with this thrilling artist!

Address

Galerie Z22 Zähringerstraße 22 10707 Berlin

15.Oct 6:00 pm

Leica Artist talks

Andreas Mühe in conversation with Anatol Kotte

Address

Capitis Studios Kronenstraße 71 10117 Berlin

15.Oct 7:00 pm

Talk

Gespräch

with Prof. Barbara Hoidn and Prof. Wilfried Wang (University of Texas in Austin), Prof. Bernd Albers, Prof. Jan Kleihues and Prof. Dr. Silvia Malcovati (Potsdam School of Architecture)

Address

Kehrer Galerie Potsdamer Straße 100 10785 Berlin

Registration required
16.Oct 6:00 pm

Artist talk

For thirty years, using a view camera, André Kirchner has been describing Berlin’s changing face in the tradition of analogue photography. His systematic records of the various facets of the city space find their leitmotifs on the city’s fringes: in fallow land, empty lots, leftover buildings and construction sites, in all the demolition and rebuilding. A conversation about his work with the photography curator at the Berlin city museum.

Address

Märkisches Museum Am Köllnischen Park 5 10179 Berlin

Admission 3€ / 2€

17.Oct 6:00 pm

Artist talk

with Angelika Platen and Jona Markgraf

Address

Galerie Michael Schultz Berlin Mommsenstraße 34 10629 Berlin

17.Oct 6:00 pm

Leica Artist talks

Till Brönner in conversation with Anatol Kotte

Address

Capitis Studios Kronenstraße 71 10117 Berlin

19.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

On the occasion of the exhibition »The Potemkin Village« an artist talk will take place at Kehrer Gallery with Gregor Sailer. Following Closed Cities (Kehrer 2012), Gregor Sailer’s new project once again presents actual architectural manifestations driven by political, military, and economic motives: combat training centers in the USA and Europe, faithful replicas of European cities in China, and vehicle test cities in Sweden.

Address

Kehrer Galerie Potsdamer Straße 100 10785 Berlin

20.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

Artist talk and Guided tour through the exhibition. With Hosam Katan.

Address

BENHADJ & DJILALI Galerie Torstraße 170 10115 Berlin

Registration required
20.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

ARTFACTSnet artist talk. BOEHMERSislands - OSTR exhibition, title: private public life - closed open culture

Organized by BOEHMERS & Orania.Berlin / Salon
Address

Orania.Berlin / Salon Oranienstraße 40 10999 Berlin www.boehmers.eu/nowornext

Registration required

circa 80 Participants

21.Oct 4:00 pm

Artist talk

Artist talk Miron Zownir and Petra Schröck as well as Finissage of the exhibition "Miron Zownir The Invisibles, Photographs from the Ukraine and Moscow. Berlin Movies"

Address

BrotfabrikGalerie Caligariplatz 1 13086 Berlin

21.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

Artist talk and Guided tour through the exhibition. With Hosam Katan.

Address

BENHADJ & DJILALI Galerie Torstraße 170 10115 Berlin

Registration required
24.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

The new artistic series AM by Andreas Herzau uses the example of Angela Merkel to explore the relationship between politics and the public as well as the representation of female power. For his photographic research, Andreas Herzau accompanied the CDU Chair and Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel for years at public appearances. In conversation with Katharina Mouratidi, artistic director of f3 - freiraum für fotografie, Andreas Herzau gives personal insights into the development of the exhibition and book project.

Address

f³ – freiraum für fotografie Waldemarstraße 17 10179 Berlin

Admission 5€ / 3€

26.Oct 5:00 pm

Artist talk

The photographer Jörg Winde embarked on a visual journey to explore a little-known type of room, namely, mayor’s offices across Germany. Winde talks about what motivates him, what it was like to work on the project, and his experiences presenting the images at various locations and in different media.

Address

Rathaus Tiergarten Mathilde-Jacob-Platz 1 2. OG 10551 Berlin

27.Oct 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

DAEGU PHOTO BIENNALE 2018

Symposium & Artist Talks

Contemporary Korean Photography – the Daegu Photo Biennale 2018

In Korean with simultaneous translation.
With the kind support of Koreanisches Kulturzentrum Berlin.

This year, the city of Daegu in the southeast of the Korean peninsula is hosting the largest exhibition of contemporary photography in Asia and is current ly explicitly promoting exchange and intercultural dialogue with Europe. The event is intended to provide a well-founded insight into contemporary Korean photographic art. Furthermore the Biennale and this year's Portfolio Review will be presented. After a brief introduction to the special exhibition “NEXT IMAGE – The Past of the Future”, two interviews will take place with the artists Andreas Rost and Juyong Lee, both of whom interpret the division of their country through photographic art.

 

Welcome
Ludger Derenthal (Museum für Fotografie) und Oliver Bätz (EMOP Berlin)

Introduction
Bernhard Draz

 

Presentations & Artist talks

Lecture
with slide show about contemporary photography in Korea
by Sohee Kim

Description of the Daegu Photo Biennale
by General Director Hyun Mook Choi

Presentation
The best works of the Portfolio Review of the Daegu Photo Biennale

Short presentation of the Daegu Photo Biennale
with focus on “NEXT IMAGE – The Past of the Future” and presentation of the works of Juyong Lee and Andreas Rost
 

Artists talks
Introduction by Bernhard Draz

Juyong Lee
Introduction into his work
Interview & Artist talk
by Sohee Kim

Andreas Rost
Introduction into his work
Interview & Artist talk
by Bernhard Draz

Address

Helmut Newton Stiftung / Museum für Fotografie Jebensstraße 2 10623 Berlin daeguphoto.com/en

Free admission

27.Oct 6:00 pm

Artist talk

with Ute Lindner

Address

Kronenboden Schwedenstraße 16 13357 Berlin

30.Oct 7:00 pm

Artist talk

with Georg Krause

Address

Galerie Schöne Weide Wilhelminenhofstraße 48A 12459 Berlin

31.Oct 7:00 pm

Living like a rollercoaster ride

Artist talk

“The life story of the photographer Libuše Jarcovjáková is like a rollercoaster ride” wrote a Czech newspaper when a comprehensive book of the artist’s photographs and journal entries was published. In the exhibition “Schwarze Jahre” (Black Years), she tells the story of the 1970s and 1980s in Prague, where life was gray at first, but could also be exciting if you looked closer and sought out the company of outsiders, as she did. And she also recalls her time in Berlin in the shadow of the Wall, where she lived from 1985 on and made portraits, once again of people on society’s fringe.

Address

Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin Wilhelmstraße 44 Eingang Mohrenstraße 10117 Berlin