Virtual Guided Tour Part 5 | Monday, April 20 | 6 pm (IST) | 2.30 pm (CEST)
The fifth tour will traverse through the show 'Yesterday's News Today' with Ursula Schöndeling and exhibiting artist Sebastian Riemer. Following which, we will have a Q&A session at the end.
CPB recently had the opportunity to attend the Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie in Germany as part of the Goethe Institut South Asian Photography Visitors Program. Curated by David Campany ( @davidcampany
) this year's theme is 'The Lives and Loves of Images'. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Biennale's shows were closed, but are now accessible online on www.biennalefotografie.de/en The virtual guided tour series is in collaboration with Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie @die_biennale
How to Join?
Meeting-ID: 948 1718 8162
Know more about the Panelists:
Ursula Schöndeling is the Director of Heidelberger Kunstverein. She studied Art History, Philosophy and Literature at the University of Cologne and Frankfurt. She co-founded the artist run artspace Oskar von Miller Straße with artists friends of the Städel Academy in Frankfurt. She worked at the mediation team at Städel Museum, as editor for Revolver Publishing House, and as curator for ATELIERFRANKFURT and Kunstverein Braunschweig, and director of Kunstverein Langenhagen before taking up her current position as director of Heidelberger Kunstverein. She is member of the board of ADKV, the umbrella organization of the widespread network of German Art Associations (Kunstvereine).
Sebastian Riemer currently lives and works in Dusseldorf, Germany. He received his M.F.A. in Photography at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, and has exhibited extensively throughout Germany, Russia, Poland and Istanbul. His work utilizes the manipulation of the photographic image and has garnered him international acclaim, earning him The Young Artist Award from the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (2015), the Audi Art Award Neue Fotografie (2012), as well as the German Youth Photoprice (2004). Riemer holds permanent photographic collections at the Kunstpalast Dusseldorf, as well as the City Museum Dusseldorf.