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Exhibition: Latvijas Fotogrãfijas Muszejs

Body (including 'Sun City')
09 12 2010 – 30 01 2011

An exhibition of works by German photographers: Andrea Diefenbach, Andrea Engelke, Sibzlle Fendt, Frank Höhle, Peter Granser, Ivonne Thein. Curated by Agnese Sofija Kusmane.

http://fotomuzejs.lv/izstades/sobrid/169-body

 

Exhibition: Haus der Wirtschaft, Stuttgart, Germany

Verbindungen (Connections) (including 'Spuren der Arbeit')
30 09 2010 – 16 10 2010
Opening September 30th, 6pm

With work by Klaudia Dietewich, Rainer Ganahl, Peter Granser, Silvia Wille, Margot Witte and others.Talk with Peter Weibel (ZKM Karlsruhe) and Alexander W. Roos (HDM Stuttgart) October 10th, 6pm

 

Exhibition: Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg, Berlin, Germany

Die Sammlung Alison und Peter W. Klein
29 09 2010 –20 10 2010

Sonja Braas, Gregory Crewdson, Juliane Eirich, Elger Esser, Christine Fenzl, Peter Granser, Izima Kaoru, Annette Kelm, Atta Kim, Rosemary Laing, Sharon Lockhart, Tracey Moffatt, Shirin Neshat, Chi Peng, Erwin Wurm...  

 

Exhibition: 14-1 Galerie, Stuttgart, Germany

J'ai perdu ma tête
17 09 2010 – 13 11 2010
Opening September 17th, 7pm–11pm, with an introduction by Dr. Tobias Wall

Granser's new photographs and videos from a psychiatric hospital make do without any freak-show thrills or horror scenarios. They unfold their intensity through the photographer's reserved gaze and intimate familiarity with his subject. These are compositions made up of nuances, of suggestions and presentiments, images that do not show the grimacing mask of insanity, bur rather its human countenance. It is an eerily familiar face. We know it from the mirror and sense that the way there can be short, shorter than we think. From normality to madness. (Tobias Wall)

http://www.14-1-galerie.de/index2.php?content=Detail&Pro_ID=67&navi=Ausstellung

 

Exhibition: Breda Photo - International Photo Festival, Netherlands

SIGNS
16 09 2010 – 24 10 2010

The festival's 2010 theme is about this critical balance between control and chaos:
T I L T. With work by Carl de Keyzer, Olaf Otto Becker, Michael Wolf, Denis Darzacq, Armin Linke, David Maisel,  Peter Bialobrzeski, Harun Farocki and others.

http://www.bredaphoto.nl

 

Exhibition: Biennale 7, Ottignies-Louvrain-La-Neuve, Belgium

Un monde parfait (including 'Sun City')
16 09 2010 – 17 10 2010

With work by Beat Streuli, Arnold Odermatt, Martin Kollar and others.  

 

Exhibition: Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland

'Arbeit / Labour' (including 'Sun City')
11 09 2010 – 22 05 2011

Up until a few years ago, certain work positions were considered "secure." Today, with an increasingly profit-orientated mentality and prescribed flexibility, all work models are up for discussion. Positions will no longer be occupied for life. Instead, one will string together a series of professional stations and sites nomadically; full-time work that structures one's life will be increasingly put into question. Photography has long borne witness to the conditions under which people work. Through factory photographers, for example, who captured the inner workings of a company from the perspective of the client, the management, or, on the other side, "independent" photographers who documented the particularities of sites of production and trade from their own personal external view. The exhibition Arbeit / Labour creates a dialogue between historical documentary photographs and artworks by contemporary photographers. This juxtaposition shows the progressive shift from physical labor to automated activity and to services in which human beings simply maintain control and management functions. With photographs from the archives of "Von Roll," "Maag," "Haldengut," "SLM," and "Volkart," and with works by Richard Avedon, Lewis Baltz, Joachim Brohm, Nicolas Faure, Andreas Gursky, Lee Friedlander, Hans Hansen, Sanna Kannisto, Sebastião Salgado, Joel Sternfeld, Jakob Tuggener, Bertien van Manen, and others.

http://www.fotomuseum.ch/ARBEIT-LABOUR.289.0.html?&L=1

 

Exhibition: Zeughaus – Toskanische Säulenhalle, Augsburg, Germany

'Divine Connections' (including 'SIGNS')
29 07 2010 – 03 10 2010

With work by Azra Aksamija, Benyamin Reich, Rami Tufi, Rabi Georges, Damir Niksic, Tom Schmelzer, Maria Zervou and others.

 

Exhibition: The Cincinnati Museum Center, Ohio, USA

'The Art of Caring' (including 'Sun City' and 'Alzheimer')
09 07 2010 – 19 09 2010

With work by Tina Barney, Nan Goldin, Sally Mann, Nicholas Nixon, Tatsumi Orimoto, Robert Polidori, Larry Sultan, Elinor Carucci, Jeff Charbonneau, Eliza French, Peter Granser, Jessica Todd Harper Misty Keasler and others.

www.cincymuseum.org

 

Exhibition: The Photographer's Gallery, London, UK

Marks of Honour
18 06 2010 – 18 10 2010

Harvey Benge honours William Eggleston
Chris Coekin honours Duncker/Tuunanen
Peter Granser honours Robert Frank
Pieter Hugo honours Roland Barthes
Tiina Itkonen honours Pentti Sammallahti
Onaka Koji honours Daido Moriyama
Jens Liebchen honours Anthony Hernandez
Michael Light honours Ansel Adams
Mark Power honours Stephen Shore
Matthew Sleeth honours Lars Tunbjörk
Alec Soth honours Andrea Modica
Jules Spinatsch honours Block 2008
Raimond Wouda honours Paul Shambroom

Marks of Honour - A Striking Library is a homage to the photo book. The exhibition shows the inspiration a new generation of relevant photographers has had from the history of photography in the form of books. The photo book is a source for artistic inspiration and creative reference, especially since Robert Frank published his Les Américains in 1958. Photography in books has not only influenced collectors and curators, but also generations of photographers.

http://www.photonet.org.uk/index.php?pvid=1189

 

Exhibition: Marstall, Pfäfers, Switzerland

"Was soll ich sagen?" Alzheimer
04 06 2010 – 12 09 2010
Opening June 4th, at 7pm

http://ighalle.ch/archiv/Alzheimer/detail_alzheimer.html

 

Exhibition: Museo da Imagem, Braga, Portugal

SIGNS
01 04 2010 – 16 05 2010
Opening April 1st, at 6pm

http://museudaimagem.blogspot.com/

 

Exhibition: Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany

Lead Awards
13 03 2010 - 11 04 2010

Architecture and Stillife photography of the year:
Lee Friedlander „America by Car" (Gold)
Peter Granser „J´ai perdu ma tete" (Silver)
Sarah Pickering „Explosions" (Bronze)

http://www.deichtorhallen.de/668.html

 

Exhibition: Pôle Image, Rouen, France

12 03 2010 – 22 05 2010
Opening 12 March, 7pm 

Granser's new photographs and videos from a psychiatric hospital make do without any freak-show thrills or horror scenarios. They unfold their intensity through the photographer's reserved gaze and intimate familiarity with his subject. These are compositions made up of nuances, of suggestions and presentiments, images that do not show the grimacing mask of insanity, bur rather its human countenance. It is an eerily familiar face. We know it from the mirror and sense that the way there can be short, shorter than we think. From normality to madness. (Tobias Wall)

http://www.poleimagehn.com/

 

Exhibition: Kunstwerk - "Fotokunstpreis" Alison & Peter Klein Collection, Nussdorf, Germany

26 01 2010 – 28 03 2010
Opening on the 26th January at 6pm

I am pleased to announce that I am one of the nominated finalists for the Alison & Peter Klein Photo Art Award. Other finalists are Annette Kelm, Juliane Eirich and Sandra Meisel. The award was given to Christine Fenzl. A group exhibition of the winner´s and the finalists´ work will be shown at Kunstwerk Nussdorf.

http://www.sammlung-klein.de/

 

Exhibition: Robert Morat Galerie, Hamburg, Germany

SIGNS
08 01 2010 – 27 02 2010

http://www.robertmorat.de/