Artists: Annemarie Arzberger, Aschka, Florian & Kopp, Larissa, Wilhelm Binder, Bernhard Cella, Spencer Chalk-Levy, Alexandru Cosarca, Ina Aloisa Ebenberger, Andreas Fogarasi, Fritz Hortig, Ferhat Ilhan, Aklima Iqbal, Anna Kohlweis, Anna Meyer, Danielle Pamp, Margot Pilz, Mima Schwahn
Opening Reception: Friday, September 23rd, 7:00 pm
September 24th – November 5th, 2022
Galerie3, Alter Platz 25, 9020 Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria
Queering the KHM
Performance: My Dirty Old God*esses 30th of June
Queer Interventions & Performances from 9 June to 3 July at the Kunsthistorisches Museum
The performance My Dirty Old God*esses, shown on the occasion of the project Queering the KHM, is part of a multiyear project by Larissa Kopp and Florian Aschka that, based on Sigmund Freud’s collection of antiquities, focuses on archetypical pictures and objects from classical antiquity.
These artefacts have several levels of meaning: the connection with Freud, his theories, and the story of his flight from Vienna to London in 1938. In a critical examination of Freud’s theories, we question his ideas about sexuality and queer them.
Performers: Ingrid Dorfinger, Berivan Sayici, Vito Baumüller, Massimo Deo, Susie Flowers, Suchart Wannaset, Thomas Hörl, Luis Javier Murillo Zúñiga, Alexandru Coșarcă, Wilhelm Binder
Consulting: Ben Georg Klüver-Pfandtner
Into the Valley of Despair
Curated by Carina Martinez
Artists: Anna Witt, Kim Kielhofner, Mia Raadik, Florian Aschka & Larissa Kopp, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Julian Louis Phillips
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 14, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
April 14 – April 27, 2022
Pfizer Building, 630 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
To schedule an appointment to view the exhibition, please contact email@example.com.
CP Projects Space at the School of Visual Arts is pleased to present Into the Valley of Despair, curated by MA Curatorial Practice student Carina Martinez. This showcase of six artist practices contemplates the overlapping territories of psychological discomfort and truth-seeking. The exhibition’s title refers to the Dunning-Kruger Effect, a graph developed in psychology that demonstrates a type of cognitive bias in which a person’s overestimation of knowledge of a given subject corresponds to a sense of overconfidence. The bottom of the sharply dipped curve is labeled “the valley of despair,” indicating the point at which one may become disillusioned by the realization that they know very little about something they once believed to have understood. The “un-selfing” quality of works in this exhibition suggests that, rather than turn away from the destabilizing truth of one’s limited purview, embarking on a winding journey through the valley with openness—waiting, listening, experimenting—might be the most profound path toward sustainable knowledge and transformative justice. Acknowledging the contradictions that exist within and all around us, this project intends to consider how the valley of despair can reinvent itself as an oasis of repair.
Each participating artist attempts to highlight that which fundamentally lies outside of visible sightlines by challenging themselves, their subjects, or their audiences to inhabit new perceptions, roles, and realms. Kim Kielhofner’s video work Reading Patterns (2019) presents the artist’s experimental attempts to map the places where discernibility escapes the mind’s grasp, whereas Chun Hua Catherine Dong’s photographic series I Have Been There (2015-) captures the artist “buried” amid the social and built structures of unfamiliar places around the world as an experiment in self-surrender and social trust. Mia Raadik’s installation, Autoportrait (2020), documents the artist’s healing from a painful trauma and challenges viewers to question social taboos, while Florian Aschka and Larissa Kopp disrupt the status quo in the photographic project Private Property (2021-) by penetrating privatized NYC spaces with flags for “the queer revolution.” Anna Witt’s two-channel video Radical Thought (2021) mobilizes discomfort in NYC public spaces as a generative force by engaging the radical imagination of unsuspecting subjects, and inserts art audiences into possible worlds conceived by utter strangers. Julian Louis Phillips’s installation The Strategic Response Group (2021)and live performance piece On Violence (2022) bring viewers into the experience of being “radicalized” in a Black body and the perception of that radicalization in the U.S. political and mass media context.
Into the Valley of Despair takes shape during a time when art world stakeholders are unavoidably confronted with multiple destabilizing realities. The solution lies not in just including underrepresented perspectives through the language of multiplicity and diversity; rather, it is to reconsider the situation entirely as a series of enactments of what theorist Irit Rogoff calls “an epistemological crisis”— an “exiting from previous definitions, refusing former meanings, refusing moral inscription, refusing the easy stability in which one thing is seemingly good and the other potentially threatening, risking a capacity for misunderstanding.” Arguably at the core of contemporary arts’ and society’s future needs is a willful rappelling into the contradictions, injustices, and enclosures of the past and present, to which this exhibition aims to contribute.
 Irit Rogoff, “The Expanding Field,” in Jean Paul Martinon, The Curatorial: A Philosophy of Curating (London: Bloomsbury, 2013), 41.
Anbruch einer neuen Zeit
27th March til 6th November 2022
Experience Heinrich Vogeler in his original setting
In 2022, the artists’ village of Worpswede will be dedicated to Heinrich Vogeler. The four Worpswede museums – Barkenhoff, Grosse Kunstschau, Haus im Schluh und Worpsweder Kunsthalle – will honour this universal artist on the occasion of his 150th birthday on 12 December 2022 with the retrospective »Heinrich Vogeler. The New Human«, which brings to life his biography and all aspects and phases of his work in a synthesis that is both diverse and fascinating. This retrospective highlights Vogeler’s idea of humanity and his personal and political ideals which together shaped his art and eventful life. At the same time, a docu-fiction tracing the artist’s life journey will be released in the spring of 2022. The film was partly shot in Worpswede with Florian Lukas (Heinrich Vogeler), Anna-Maria Mühe (Martha Vogeler), Naomi Achternbusch (Paula Modersohn-Becker), Johann von Bülow (Rainer Maria Rilke) and other well-known actors and actresses. For this – and all other visitors – the artists’ village offers in 2022 the unique opportunity to get to know the original settings and to delve deeper into them through the original works in the Worpswede museums.
This exhibition marking the Vogeler anniversary year in 2022 is the prelude to a major exhibition, art and research project of the Worpswede museums. Between 2022 and 2027, under the title ›ZEITENWENDE – Kunst im Aufbruch in einer Welt im Umbruch‹ (›TURNING POINT– Art in Transition in a World of Upheaval‹), it will pose and explore the question of what special role art and culture can play in times of radical social change. The question of how art and culture can also contribute in shaping our present social reality and the world in which we live forms a leitmotif for the exhibitions of the Worpswede museums in the coming years and will play an important role for the first time in the Vogeler anniversary year in 2022. This major project will comprise three other anniversaries: the 150th birthday of Bernhard Hoetger in 2024, the 150th birthday of Paula Modersohn-Becker in 2025/26 and the centennial of the Grosse Kunstschau Worpswede in 2027.
Finally, in the New Section of the Great Art Show, under the title “Dawn of a New Era” (Anbruch einer neuen Zeit), the artist’s questions are still relevant today. This section of the exhibition is dedicated to the significance of those aspects that Vogeler emphasized as guiding principles in his appeal for peace for coexistence in all forms of society. In 19 contemporary positions, Vogeler’s political and social commitment is translated into the present. The participating artists are:
Anna Artaker and Meike S. Gleim, Florian Aschka and Larissa Kopp, Thomas Behling, Sylvie Boisseau und Frank Westermeyer, Alessandro Cemolin, Clément Cogitore, Sokari Douglas Camp, Maarten Vanden Eynde, Julia Faber, Kristian von Hornsleth, Jannine Koch, Luise Marchand, Arthur Metz, mischer’traxler, Mwangi Hutter, OMA, Oliver Ressler, Yara Said and Jakob Wirth.
Michaela Biet – Aja von Loeper, Meide Büdel – Peter Engel, Barbara Engelhard – Kasia Prusik-Lutz, Jan Gemeinhardt – Jasmin Schmidt, Christoph Gerling – Paolo Volta, Hubertus Heß – Fumiko Takai, Brigitta, Heyduck – Elisabeth Krampe, Caspar Hüter – Urban Hüter, Udo Kaller – Till Augustin, Peter Kampehl – Karin Blum, Thomas May – Hiroshi Egami, Ortwin Michl – Paul Sebastian Feichter, Günter Paule – David Linley, Christian Rösner – Johannes Felder, Pirko Julia Schröder – Larissa Kopp / Florian Aschka, Peter Thiele – Hubert Baumann, Wilhelm Uhlig – Claudia Endres, Franz Weidinger – Cesare Mirabella, Achim Weinberg – TETTA, Hjalmar Leander Weiß – David Linley
opening: Wednesday, 11th march 2020 7:30pm
exhibtion: 12th march – 11th april 2020
ReOpening Künstlerhaus Wien
Künstlerhaus, 1st floor
7. March til 1. Novembre 2020
opening: 6. März 2020
with the performance W*HOLE AGAIN by
Florian Aschka, Larissa Kopp, Alexandru Cosarca, Georg Klüver-Pfandtner
Artist in Residence @ Erbsenfabrik: Hotel Butterfly &
Opening: Tuesday, 28.05.2019 at 7 pm,
WUK Werkstätten – und Kulturhaus,
Währinger Straße 59, stairs No. 2, first floor,
Aschka & Kopp, Asgar/Gabriel, Assunta A.A.M., Julia Farber, Julia Fuchs, Robert Gabris, Matthias Herrmann, Jakob Lena Knebl, Andrew Mezvinsky, Martina Mina & Sabine Schwaighofer, Roland Reiter, Michal Rutz, Leila Samari & Maryam Sehhat, Toni Schmale, Walter Seidl/Stefan Geissler, Philip Timischl, Violet, Peter Wehinger
Organised by Gülsen Bal, Michael Kaufmann, Gerhard Pruegger, in collaboration with Kunsthalle Exnergasse
Art serves as an important medium for creating a contextual ethical awareness, be it in social, economic, political, or cultural realms. The exhibition »Queer Art Space Vienna« attempts to provide insights into Vienna’s dynamic queer art scene. Here »queer« refers to artistic and cultural practices, which provoke interactions between artwork and spectator—by questioning heteronormative power relations—and therewith shifts in the sociopolitical context. Various performances, film screenings, lectures, and talks accompany the exhibition.
Opening: Thursday, 22.11.2018 at 7 pm, Gallerie Michaela Stock, Schleifmühlgasse 18, 1040 Vienna
Saturday 11am – 3 pm
in cooperation with Vienna Art Week
with an jolly and queer show by HOTEL BUTTERFLY at the opening
Patrick Baumüller, Ivica Capan, Vlasta Delimar, Sandro Dukic, Tomislav Gotovac, Kiki Kogelnik, Katalin Ladik, Evelyn Loschy, Barbara Hammer, Man Ray, Vlado Martek, Veronika Merklein, Giovanni Morbin, Lilo Nein, Sabine Ott, Pablo Picasso, Milija Pavicevic, Selma Selman, Viktors Svikis, Marko Zink, Florian Aschka / Larissa Kopp / Georg Klüver-Pfandtner
Group exhibition curated by Larissa Kopp
Opening: Wednesday, 5.9.2018 at 7 pm, Sigmund Freud Museum, Berggasse 19, 1090 Vienna
Florian Aschka & Berivan Sayici, Offerus Ablinger & Verena Andrea Prenner, Lara Verena Bellenghi, Sarah Bildstein, Wilhelm Binder, Iris Dittler & Nicolai Gütermann, Mirabella Paidamwoyo Dziruni, Magdalena Fischer, Julia Fuchs, Heti Prack, Ana Hoffner, Larissa Kopp, Christina Kroiss, Stephanie Mold, Cristina Moreno Garcia, Eva von Platen, Michal Rutz, Julischka Stengele, bug blanket / Barbara Stöhr, Teresa Szepes, Nora Welle, Benjamin Zuber
Photos:Magdalena Fischer video still from : Ilia, the monument you will build/ My teachers I am, 3 channel video installation 2018
Berivan Sayici/ Florian Aschka, poof paradise, video 2018
showing together with Larissa Kopp photographs from our series “Queer Revolutionaries…?” at
opening 15th June 7pm
15th June – 3rd August 201815. Juni – 3. August 2018
Tue – Sat 4pm – 6pm; Thu 4pm – 8pm free entrance
Florian Aschka / Larissa Kopp; Julia Fuchs; Moritz Gottschalk; Martina Mina / Sabine Schwaighofer; Francis Ruyter; Michal Rutz; Julischka Stengele
showing here together with Larissa Kopp one of our works
LANDSCAPES OF DESIRE
Opening 27th February 7pm
27th February – 4th March
Curated by Jasmin Hagendorfer, Anne-Sophie Wass & Gert Resinger
Offerus Ablinger /
Annemarie Arzberger /
Florian Aschka /
Bassano Bonelli Bassano /
Alexandru Cosarca /
Stefan-Manuel Eggenweber /
Olivier Hölzl /
Kathi Krawall /
Larissa Kopp /
Stefanie Koscher /
Lieber Michael /
Alice Moe /
Lukas Ponyboy /
Gert Resinger /
Michal Rutz /
Sebastiano Sing /
Dimitrios Vellis /
PORN FILM FESTIVAL VIENNA goes DESSOUS
How are projections of sexual fantasies executed, how can the body be medium of concupiscence and where are expectations of a body to be set or exposed? Landscapes of Desire shows artworks of fundamental corporeality, centers of lust are to be established and aspects of different identities are questioned und newly painted. The body is the main focus of the exhibition and functions as a politically tuned, painted, drawn and performed landscape. In the exhibition different medias ask about the normative structures we live in and sets up new room for sexual self determination. Body and ecstasis. Exposure. Post-porntopian desire.
showing together with Larissa Kopp
contemporary art colletcion of the City of Vienna
Opening: Thu, September 14, 2017, 7pm
9/15/2017 – 8/12/2017
join us for the wonderfull exhibition
QUEER ENCOUNTERS ‐ VIENNA TRANS L. A.
As part of an exchange project between the CalArts School of Art and students of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, the exhibition QUEER ENCOUNTERS ‐ VIENNA TRANS L. A. presents around twenty‐five international artists mainly working in a queer‐feminist, anti‐discriminatory and decolonial context.
Florian Aschka, Blisssquad, Pedra Costa, Zoe Dewitt, Andi Dvořák, Mirabella Dziruni, Veronika Eberhart, Julia Fuchs, Julia S. Goodman, Moritz Gottschalk, Jessyca R. Hauser, Klitclique, Larissa Kopp, Roberta Lima, Alfred Morina, Rini Mitra, Hyeji Nam, Danielle Pamp, Michal Rutz, Berivan Sayici, Sir Meisi & Kozek Hörlonski, Marianne Vlaschits, Julia Zastava
Curated by Zoe Dewitt
Most of the artists have been studying at the contextual painting class of Ashley Hans Scheirl (experimental filmmaker and painter, artist of documenta14 in Kassel and Athens) which is known for its focus on identity/gender topics and the trans‐aspect in art (as in the transposition between artistic media, the transition between sexual categories, the transgression of borders limiting the exploration of new libidinous economies etc.).
The positions united in this exhibition reflect this transitive aspect in various ways: the encounter of different cultural backgrounds with contemporary western subcultures and socio‐political discourses, the shifting of set pieces of myth, folklore, high and low culture, trash and glamour, the exploration of alternate identities as a means of self‐empowerment, the use of the body as a translator of various languages and codes as well as the prima materia of artistic expression from which further alchemical transmutations of desire emanate.
Intergalactic matriarchy, queer utopia, decolonisation of the body, LGBT‐activism, postporn, non‐binary club culture and freesytle rap with white‐cube institutional criticism are just a few keywords which describe the artistic field presented in this exhibition. As such QUEER ENCOUNTERS ‐ VIENNA TRANS L. A. covers a variety of artistic fields such as painting, photography, video, installation and performance with a special emphasis on interdisciplinary methods and collaborations between artists
Opening Reception: 28 September 2017, 7 – 9 pm
California Institute of the Arts | School of Art | D300 D301 galleries
24700 McBean Parkway | Valencia | California 91355
supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum New York
Larissa and me did a little interview with KALTBLUT Magazine about
“QUEER REVOLUTIONARIES…?” see here:
together with LARISSA KOPP
showcasing our new work series
QUEER REVOLUTIONARIES …?
exhibition opening 21st June 4pm
22nd June -30th June
tuesday to sunday 10am – 6pm
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
wheelchair accessible entrance via
SUPER NASE & CO
“this is not vanessa beecroft”
at the Wiener Festwochen
The subDocumenta’s project is an evening with performances, exhibition, and presentation with a focus on queer feminist artists based in Vienna, occupying the AMOQA – Athens Museum of Queer Arts, on 07th of May.
The event is organized by Pêdra Costa, Ruby Sircar and AMOQA and it presents the multiplicities of techniques, languages and thoughts trough 31 artists. It is an ephemeral and transitional exhibition, a counterpoint to the durational event – the Documenta 14.
The term “sub” from Latin means in this context under the Documenta, in an underground and queer way. According to Judith Butler, queer people do not reach the status of the human being for the Western societies, and expanding this quote we would say that immigrants in EU too.
Queer is a creative and subversive way to co-exist in the world, under the capitalist/colonial cis-tem. At last, what is the sub? The sub is the trick to subvert the status quo making part of it.
Adelaida AE, Alexandru Cosarca, Alfred Morina, Mirabella Dziruni, Ben, Danielle Pamp, Eva Hettmer, Florian Aschka, Gin Müller, Hyeji Nam, Jasmin Hagendorfer, Jonathan Hoehl, Julia Fuchs, Julia Goodman, Larissa Kopp, Leon Höllhumer, Lora Sophie, Louise Deininger, Lukas Ponyboy, Michal Rutz, Moritz Gottschalk, Pêdra Costa, Rini Mitra, Sir Meisi (Ruby Sircar and Wolfgang Meisinger), Sophie Utikal, Stefan-Manuel Eggenweber, Tomash Schoiswohl, Wilhelm Binder, Zoe Dewitt, with the the illustrious presence of the Artist Ashley Scheirl.
*The space is accessible for people on wheelchairs.
Holy Queers & Tricky Myths –
Vom Schein der falschen Heiligen
Sunday, 23rd October 5:00 p.m.
23rd October – 20th November 2016
artists: Florian Aschka, Wilhelm Binder, Georg Klüver-Pfandtner, Larissa Kopp, Berivan Sayici and Miroslava Svolikova
Sat and Sun 3 pm- 7 pm
this exhibition is supported by the austrian cultural forum berlin:
together with HOTEL BUTTERFLY
BALL | Hotel Butterfly |
FlamBOYance – Hotel Butterfly presents Männchen, Machos und Memmen
Friday 1.7.2016 8pm Galerie Michaela Stock, Schleifmühlgasse 18, 1040 Vienna
as part of
DOPUST | DAYS OF OPEN PERFORMANCE VIENNA | MASCULINE ICONS
29.6. – 3.7.2016
WHERE: Galerie Michaela Stock, Schleifmühlgasse 18, 1040 Vienna
Opening party: Wednesday, June 29, 6 pm
13/3/2016 – 18h-1h – Sala Hiroshima
Carrer de Vila i Vilà, 67 – Barcelona – Accesible local – Free entry
Equipo Palomar is pleased to celebrate HEDONISMO CRÍTICO -reinvención y reivindicación- a festive marathon with performances and music. For 7 hours, HEDONISMO CRÍTICO takes the Hiroshima bar and theater as a space for queer claim.
We are forced to think about the potential of the party as a space-time bastion to share and generate new ways of affection without exclusions. For these reasons, we want to create our own party. As it couldn’t be otherwise, we have invited a number of artists to orchestrate this intensity:
Agnès Pe, Andrés Senra, Arabesca, Christina Ratas, Francisco Godoy Vega, Florian Aschka + Georg Klüver, Georges Jacotey, Klau Kinki + Martín Rico, María Perkances + Jordi Flekos, Miguel Benlloch, Negroma, Paquito Nogales, Raisa Maudit, Ramón Guimaraes, Regina Fiz, Solange tô aberta, ¥€$Si.
HEDONISMO CRÍTICO -reinvención y reivindicación- is formulated as a critical reflection on El Palomar as an artistic project and a community itself. It starts from the invitation of Martí Manen inside ‘Quan les línies són temps’ cycle for Espai 13 of the Fundació Joan Miró and carried out in collaboration with the Sala Hiroshima.
13/3/2016 · 18h-1h · Sala Hiroshima – Accesible local – Free entry
Carrer de Vila i Vilà, 67 – Barcelona
With Eyes Aghast: Transmannerist Reactions
Aufgerissenen Auges: Transmanieristische Reaktionen
THURSDAY, 19th NOVEMBER 7:00 p.m. (as part of the Vienna Art Week) 20th November – 10th January 2016 finissage: 9th January 2016, Performance Bash
curators: Moritz Gottschalk, Christian Hetlinger, Roberta Lima, Matteo Patti, Ruby Sircar
artists: Christoph Ablinger, Annemarie Arzberger, Florian Aschka, Wilhelm Binder, Amoako Boafo, Roy Fredrick Culbertson III, Luise Deininger, Zoe DeWitt, Veronika Dirnhofer, Albrecht Dürer, Andy Dvorak, Veronika Eberhart, Julia Fuchs, Fanni Futterknecht, Hendrick Goltzius, Moritz Gottschalk, Cornelisz van Haarlem, Lena Rosa Haendle, Hagendorfer, Eva Hettmer, Leon Höllhumer, Luisa Kasalicky, Terese Kasalicky, Jakob Lena Knebl, Larissa Kopp, Maria Legat, Elke Liberda, Roberta Lima, Ahoo Maher, Parastu und Ziba Malousy, Andreas Messinger, Stephanie Misa, Rini Mitra Swarnaly, Soso Phist, Madame Pipistrelle, Heti Hnah Prack, Christoph Rodler, Michal Rutz, Andrea Salzmann, Hans Scheirl, Ruby Sircar, Alexandra Tatar, Patrick Weber, Charles Wilda, Julia Zastava and others
In cooperation with the Paintings Gallery and the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
The exhibition and performance project With Eyes Aghast: Transmannerist Reactions focuses on contemporary queer mannerisms in a critically playful way. The curatorial team’s invitation is aimed at an imaginatively grotesque distortion of the xhibit space and other parts of the Schillerplatz: surprising decorative fine art and architecture forms meet with burlesque and drag formats. Historical mannerism, which marks a rupture in every expression, finds a contemporary mirror in this transdisciplinary project, which pursues what Gustav René Hocke described as “the alchemy of language” in his work Die Welt als Labyrinth (1957, The World as a Labyrinth). Epigrammatically, as it were, the artists’ works counter socioeconomic constraints visible in emerging autocratic forms of power with a queer and decolonizing thrust.
The title of the project refers to the mannerist garden Sacro Bosco in Bomarzo where a sphinx welcomes the visitors entering the site with the following words: “Whoever does not wander through this place with raised brows and lips pressed tightly together would not even admire the Seven Wonders of the World.” The world of wonders that manifests itself in an overall mannerist concept challenges its vis-à-vis to creatively and actively intervene in the circumstances given and engage in their highest form, artistic expression and understanding.
The garden as a site of the manifestation of – and the debate on – artificiality, the disintegration of existing systems, and the reassessment of given hierarchies will be defined and discussed in a contemporary vein: (trans)mannerism may be understood as absolute empowerment on the basis of breaking away from the prevailing conditions and the creation of a physique of one’s own. Flamboyant: being a cyborg and rooted in creole is what the manifesto amounts to.
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Tue-Sun 10 am- 6 pm
tel. +43 -1-58816-1304
taking part in
Gender in Art
MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow
curated by Delfina Jałowik, Monika Kozioł, Maria Anna Potocka
Marina Abramović & Ulay, Florian Aschka, Maja Bajević, Vanessa Beecroft, Judy Chicago, Edward Dwurnik, EVA & ADELE, Andrea Fraser, Katarzyna Górna, Marie-Ange Guilleminot, Debora Hirsch & Iaia Filiberti, Bartosz Jarmoliński, Olga Kisseleva, Jürgen Klauke, Katarzyna Kozyra, Lidia Krawczyk & Wojtek Kubiak, Ane Lan, Zbigniew Libera, Natalia LL, Lubri, Łódź Kaliska, Małgorzata Markiewicz, Paloma Navares, Shirin Neshat, Dorota Nieznalska, Marina Núñez, Maciej Osika, Maria Pinińska-Bereś, Krystyna Piotrowska Roee Rosen, Martha Rosler, Daniel Rumiancew, Adam Rzepecki, Jadwiga Sawicka, Miri Segal, Annegret Soltau, Jana Sterbak, Valie Export, Piotr Wysocki, Alicja Żebrowska
THURSDAY 14th MAY
15th MAY – 27th SEPTEMBER 2015
Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow
ul. Lipowa 4
Tue-Sun 11 am- 7 pm
tel. +48 12 263 40 00
taking part in
SUPER EDITION #3
Kunstraum SUPER, Vienna
Selecto Planta Baja, Los Angeles
13th March 7 pm
Michail Michailov, Nika Kupyrova, Herbert De Colle, Ahu Dural, Michael Kral, Hong Zeiss, Michaela Schweighofer, Veronika Burger, Kirsten Borchert, Florian Aschka, Thorben Eggers
Mirjam Thomann, Andés Felipe Uribe, Raul Baltazar, Renée Petropoulos, Benjamin Weissman, Margarethe Drexel, Isabela Avila, Víctor Albarracín-Llanos, Carmen Argote, Elena Bajo
A Rose has Teeth in the Mouth of a Beast
curated by Andrey Parshiko
at APALAZZOGALLERY in Brescia
Florian Aschka and Larissa Kopp
SATURDAY 7 FEBRUARY
FROM 6 PM
7 FEBRUARY – 31 MARCH
PIAZZA TEBALDO BRUSATO 35 – 25121 BRESCIA
TUESDAY-SATURDAY 11 AM-7 PM
How to do the Selbstinszenierung
Part 1 – from Settingsuche and Selfieschweinereien
12th -14th of january
giving a workshop about staged selfportraits and selfies at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg
together with Georg Klüver-Pfandtner
unicorn is more than nation
25th September 2014 – 20th November 2014
at Knoll galleria in Budapest
unicorn is more than nation
6th August – 27th September 2014
at Knoll gallery in Vienna
What is queer today is not queer tomorrow
Exhibition at NGBK Berlin 14th June – 10th August 2014
The exhibition What is Queer Today is Not Queer Tomorrow explores the theme of queer temporality. The project responds to debates within queer milieus (lesbian, gay, trans*, intersex-, etc.) and to the increasing integration of queer ways of life into the political mainstream. The nGbK becomes an explicit venue of experience, confrontation, reflection, lingering, exchange and departure.
Florian Aschka, Stephanie Ballantine, Amber Bemak, Black Cracker, Denial Cremer, Eduardo Conceição & Romy Kießling & Michaela Muchina, Morty Diamond, Alex Giegold & Tomka Weiß, Emma Haugh, Evan Ifekoya, Ins A Kromminga, Ligia Manuela Lewis, Özgür Erkök Moroder, Ismael Ogando, Marit Östberg, Eshan Rafi, Raju Rage, Tucké Royale & Marianne Dieterle, Aykan Safoğlu, Daniel Santiago, FranzKa Schuster & Jannik Franzen, Michael V Smith, Solange, tô aberta!, Vassiliea Stylianidou, Juan Soto & Chiara Marañon, Rein Vollenga, ZANA