8. Charity Art Auction, Telefonseelsorge Berlin. 7 November 2017, 7 pm. Berlinische Gallery / Museum of Modern Art. Alte Jakobstrasse 124-128, 10969 Berlin.
Preview Mianki Gallery. 2 - 4 November 2017. Opening 1 November 2017, from 7 to 10 pm
Felix Schoeller Photo Award 2017 - Finalists
Shortlisted for the Felix Schoeller Photo Award 2017. Free / Conceptual Photography. Germany.
Jury: Michael Dannenmann, Jury Chairman, internationally renowned portrait photographer; American curator and author Gerard A. Goodrow; Simone Klein from Magnum Paris; Clara Maria Sels from Duesseldorf Photo Weekend; Julia Sörgel from Welt am Sonntag, Berlin.
The Hariban Award 2017 - Finalists
Shortlisted for the Hariban Award 2017, presented by the Benrido Collotype Atelier, Kyoto, Japan.
Jury: Michael Famighetti, editor, Aperture Magazine; Tristan Lund, owner of Tristan Lund ltd, art consultant, dealer to collectors of photography and curator; Thyago Nogueira, photographer, curator and editor of ZUM magazine; Rong Rong & Inri, founders and directors of the Three Shadows, photography art center, Beijing.
Coming book publication.
Silence, Gabriela Torres Ruiz,by Hatje Cantz Verlag.
Introductory text by Timothy Persons, Helsinki / Berlin.
Date of publication: October 2017.
Link to title announcement on Hatje Cantz homepage.
Exhibition until 15.09.2017.
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Opening of Accrochage in the Gallery Brockstedt, Berlin
New purchases and from the holdings of the gallery: Genia Chef, Tino Geiß, George Grosz, Rocco Hettwer, Horst Janssen, Alexej von Jawlensky, Jupp Linssen, Rainer Mang, Isabel Quintanilla, Hans Scheib, Annette Schröter, Gabriela Torres Ruiz, Giuliano Vangi, William Wauer, Sascha Wiederhold.
Small refreshment on Thursday, June 22, from 6 pm to 9 pm.
Duration of the exhibition: 22 June to 2 September 2017
4th Prize and Jury Award, Art Olympia Competition 2017, with the work Silent Conversations.
Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.
Overseas-based Judges (Overseas initial review and final review): Florence Derieux: Curator of American Art of the Centre Pompidou Foundation. Kara Vander Weg: director at Gagosian Gallery, New York. Brett Littman: Executive director, The Drawing Center. Previously deputy director of MoMA PS1. Simon Njami: Writer and independent curator, lecturer, art critic and essayist. Artistic Director of the 12th Dakar Biennale 2016. Chu Teh-I: Artist, founder and director of the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts. Professor of the Department of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts.
Japan-based Judges (final review): Akira Tatehata: President of Tama Art University, Director of The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, and chairperson of the Japanese Council of Art Museums. Hiroshi Senju: Painter. Hiroshi Senju’s representative work “Waterfall” received Honarable Mention at the International Art Exhibition, La Biennale de Venezia, in 1995. He was commended by Foreign Minister of Japan for his outstanding achievement in worldwide reputation with his waterfall and cliff images in 2016. Professor at Kyoto University of Art and Design. Aomi Okabe: Tokyo and Paris based art critic and curator. Artistic Director of exhibition department of Japanese Culture House of Paris, as well as an adviser of Shiseido Gallery. Toyomi Hoshina: Vice President of Tokyo University of Arts. Akiko Endo: Painter. Professor of Musashino Art University.
Der Tagesspiegel, Mehr Berlin. (Article in printed version). Saturday April 22, 2017. By Christiane Meixner.
Selected to participate in the final round of Art Olympia Competition 2017 and exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.
Overseas-based Judges (Overseas initial review and final review): Florence Derieux: Curator of American Art of the Centre Pompidou Foundation. Kara Vander Weg: director at Gagosian Gallery, New York. Brett Littman: executive director, The Drawing Center. Previously deputy director of MoMA PS1. Simon Njami: writer and independent curator, lecturer, art critic and essayist. Chu Teh-I: artist, founder and director of the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts. Professor of the Department of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts.
(Im) balances, solo exhibition Gabriela Torres Ruiz, Gallery Brockstedt, Berlin, Germany.
The exhibition titled (Im)balances, brings together three work collections; Silence (2009-2015), Unfinished Dreams (2015), and Origin (2014-2016). The common theme running through all three of them is the relationship between the raw earth formations and the man-made structures. In contrast to natural places, which are shaped by the constant rhythm of nature, the history of buildings is more likely defined by disruption. The interventions of their inhabitants or users create traces, which overlay each over time and can be read as archaeological layers. Those layers exist in a physical sense and illustrate in a comprehensible way a framework, within which changes have taken place. The fate of these man-made structures returning to their initial state, where nature regains its lost place. The decay and destruction of buildings become a symbol of the continuum of time.
I look forward to welcome you on the occasion of the exhibition opening on Saturday the 11.02.2017, from 6pm to 9pm. Exhibition from 11.02. to 15.04.2017.
Press release (german)
Conceptual Realities, interview with Gabriela Torres Ruiz, Aesthetica Art Prize 2016, nominated artist.
Gabriela Torres Ruiz is a German-Mexican photographer based in Berlin, and Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 shortlisted artist. Her work is rooted in the act of gathering and realigning images, which serves to generate new associations, as well as new figurative and conceptual realities. We catch up with Torres-Ruiz to discuss the influence of landscape and the spaces in which we live.
Link - Interview - by Kate Simpson
I look forward to welcome you on the occasion of the exhibition opening on Thursday the 20.10.2016, at 7 PM. Exhibition from 20.10.2016 to 21.11.2016.
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The Hariban Award 2016 - Finalists
Shortlisted for the Hariban Award 2016, presented by the Benrido Collotype Atelier, now in its third year, combines a 150-year-old analog technique with the new vision of digital-age photography. Kyoto, Japan.
Interview with Gabriela Torres Ruiz, Aesthetica Art Prize 2016, nominated artist.
Shortlisted for this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize, Gabriela Torres Ruiz is a Mexican-German artist based in Berlin.
Her diptych #1, from the series Silence, was exhibited as part of the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 showcase at York St Mary’s earlier this year. In this work, she uses photography to preserve her own personal experience of silence, in nature as well as in spaces of disintegration and decay, to indicate the inevitable and progressive passage of linear time. We speak to Gabriela about her practice to offer an insight into the themes surrounding her work and inspiration.
Link - Interview - by Dale Donley
Haus at Kleistpark´s Art Prize Exhibition 2016, nominated artist.
Annually grants the municipal galleries Tempelhof-Schoeneberg-Berlin, the House at Kleistpark´s Art Prize. The tender in 2016, under the theme collective is with a cash prize of 5,000 euros and for the nominated artists from the shortlist with an exhibition from 2.9. (Opening) - 2.10.2016 in the House at Kleistpark. The jury consists of Mark Gisbourne (Chairman), Barbara Esch Marowski (gallery director), Elisabeth Lux (artist), Thibaut de Ruyter (curator and art critic) and Diana Sirianni (previous winner). A total of 190 artists have applied. The nominees for the shortlist are: Dana Engfer, Esther Ernst, Simone Hackel, Stephanie Hanna, Marc by Hocht, Klaus Jörres, David Kroell, Florian Neufeldt, Kenji Ouellet, Ariane Pauls, Aaron Rahe, Fiene Scharp, Gabriela Torres Ruiz, Johannes Vogl.
I look forward to welcome you on the occasion of the exhibition opening and awards ceremony on Friday the 2.9.2016, 7 PM.