Proofs, Detail, 2022

Mona Lisa
Typewriter Photograph, c-print, 80x60cm, 2023

EMOP – European Month of Photography Berlin

02.03. – 31.03.2023

Amtsalon / Kantstr. 79 / 10627 Berlin

TOUCH. Politiken der Berührung

Yalda Afsah, Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Özlem Altın, Ilit Azoulay, Sibylle Bergemann, Viktoria Binschtok, Alba D’Urbano & Tina Bara, Thomas Demand, Loretta Fahrenholz, Annette Frick, Giorgi Gago Gagoshidze, Nan Goldin, Eiko Grimberg, Harry Hachmeister, Fabian Hesse & Mitra Wakil, Lisa Holzer, Paul Hutchinson, Sven Johne, Annette Kelm, Annette Kisling, Heinz Peter Knes, Käthe Kruse, Ilya Lipkin, Kristin Loschert, Ute Mahler, Luise Marchand, Christa Mayer, Ulrike Ottinger, Helga Paris, Daniel Poller, Jimmy Robert, Dean Sameshima, Adrian Sauer, Stefanie Seufert, Hans Martin Sewcz, Maria Sewcz, Heidi Specker, Andrzej Steinbach, Herbert Tobias, Tobias Zielony

curated by Maren Lübbke-Tidow and Rebecca Wilton

Book Review by Loring Knoblauch / Collector Daily:

Sunset. Ein Hoch auf die sinkende Sonne, Kunsthalle Bremen

26 Nov 2022 – 02 Apr 2023

more info

sunset, digital C-Print, 70 x 54cm, 2018

with works by:

Anna Ancher, Ludolf Backhuysen, Heinz Baden, Heike Kati Barath, Ernst Barlach, Viktoria Binschtok, Claus Böhmler, Anthonie van Borssom, Félix Bracquemond, Thorsten Brinkmann, Jacques Callot, Carl Gustav Carus, Alex Cecchetti, Antoine Chintreuil, Johan Christian Clausen Dahl, Tacita Dean, Otto Dix, Holger Drachmann, Max Ernst, Lyonel Feininger, Peter Fischli/ David Weiss, Heinrich Jakob Fried, Caspar David Friedrich, Joachim Christian Friedrich, Hendrick Goltzius, Gustave Marie Greux, Christian Haake, Wolfgang Hainke, Richard Hamilton, Dudley Hardy, Daniel Hausig, Marikke Heinz-Hoek, Takahashi Shōtei Hiroaki, Utagawa Hiroshige, Johanna Jaeger, Johan Barthold Jongkind, Olrik Kohlhoff, Johann Wilhelm Julius Köhnholz, Ulrike Königshofer, August Kopisch, Friedrich Kunath, Georges Lacombe, Jens Lausen, Charles Laval, Le Corbusier, Claude Lorrain, Wolfgang Mattheuer, Henri Meunier, Michel (Michael Wulf), Claude Monet, Jonathan Monk, Christian Morgenstern, Emil Nolde, Matthieu van Plattenberg, Thomas Rentmeister, Gerhard Richter, Dieter Roth, Carl Rottmann, Phillip Otto Runge, Edward Ruscha, Jörg Sasse, Josef Scharl, Franz Wilhelm Schiertz, Jan Schmidt, Konrad Schulz, Marina Schulze, Susan Schuppli, Norbert Schwontkowski, Paul Signac, Klaus Staeck, Fiete Stolte, Wolfgang Tillmans, William Turner, Günther Uecker, Félix Vallotton, Andy Warhol, Thomas Weinberger, Josef Weisz

Endless Cluster‘, 2015 – ongoing

Centre Pompidou Paris, 2022

Permanent Collection 4th Floor

Paris Photo 2022

Nov 10th – 13th

Klemm’s booth D24

‚Typewriter Photographs‘:

NYC Skyview, 80x60cm, digital C-Print, 2022

NYC Crossing, 80x60cm, digital C-Print, 2022

Three Adults, 80x60cm, digital C-Print, 2022

Griffelkunst Edition

Fruits & Roses, 45 x 35cm, 2022

Red Rose, 2022
Mandarines, 2022

The Armory Show, New York 2022

Javits Center, Sep 9–11, 2022

solo presentation

Klemm’s, booth S10

Hamburger Kunsthalle, Foyer

7 pm / Jun 2nd / 2022

in conversation with Wolfgang Ullrich


Hamburger Kunsthalle, DE

8. Triennale der Photographie 2022 – Currency

May 20 – Aug 28 / 2022

curated by Dr. Petra Roettig und Stephanie Bunk

works by Viktoria Binschtok, Josephin Böttger, Adam Broomberg &
Oliver Chanarin, Irene Chabr, Sara Cwynar, Katharina Gaenssler, Mathilde ter Heijne, Sabine Hornig, Louise Lawler, Matthew Muir, Frida Orupabo, Max Pinckers, Walid Raad, Volker Renner, Sebastian Riemer, Martha Rosler, Evan Roth, Thomas Ruff, Taryn Simon, Johannes Wohnseifer

Pasta Lady, 2020

out now:

Connection / Viktoria Binschtok

with texts by Jens Asthoff and Wolfgang Ullrich

and a dialog with Wolfgang Ullrich

graphic design by Vera Rammelmeyer, mischen

editors: Oldenburger Kunstverein and Klemm’s Berlin

publisher: Hatje Cantz

English / German, 240pp, Hardcover, 48€

Metadata: Rethinking Photography from the 21st Century

The Ringling, Sarasota, FL, USA

Mar 6 – Aug 28 / 2022

curated by Christopher Jones, Stanton B. and Nancy W. Kaplan

works by Mohsen Azar, Viktoria Binschtok, Mladen Bizumic, Joy Buolamwini, Jason Lazarus, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Lilly Lulay, Trevor Paglen, and Penelope Umbrico

Connection, Oldenburger Kunstverein, 2022

Proofs, Oldenburger Kunstverein, 2022
Proofs, Oldenburger Kunstverein, 2022



Oldenburger Kunstverein, DE

04 Feb – 24 Apr 2022

Three People on the Phone, 2004

Green Gloves / Statue Feet, digital c-prints, 2x95cmx73cm 2021

Interview with Stefan Gronert / Sprengel Foto-Blog

portrait by Kristin Loschert, studio April 2021

Interview with Maren Lübbke-Tidow for ‚Lighting the Archive‘:

Cherry Blossom / Rostock, digital c-prints, 90x68cm 90x19cm, 2020

f / stop – Festival für Fotografie Leipzig

curated by Susan Bright and Nina Strand

26 June to 4 July 2021

Baumwollspinnerei, Werkschau (Hall 12), Leipzig

The main exhibition TRUST/Vertrauen shows works from Hoda Afshar (IR/AUS), Viktoria Binschtok (GER), Ingrid Eggen (NOR), Paul Mpagi Sepuya (USA), Laure Prouvost (FRA), Carmen Winant (USA) and Guanyu Xu (CHN)

Red Man Wine, 2019 / Golden Boy Golden Heels, 2017

L21 Gallery, Palma, Spain

Cheap Vapes & Power Drink

Solo Show @ L21 Gallery, Palma

12 Feb – 12 Mar, 2021

Viktoria Binschtok
Lines & Clouds, 2020

video tour through my exhibition ‚Not Until Tomorrow‘ at Klemm’s Berlin, 2020

(…) I am interested in the inherent dynamic of images in digital space:

this incredible presence and uncontrollable movement

in all directions at the same time.

They spread, leap from display to display, into our minds,

then back into the world.

And this loop of images,

this permanent movement between digital and physical space

reproduces knowledge about the world in which we live

and how we see it.

The images are not just supports for our mediated world,

our world is also shaped by them. (…)

Viktoria Binschtok
KLEMM’S Berlin, 2020


Nov 1- Dec 19 2020

solo-show at KLEMM’S Berlin

NOT UNTIL TOMORROW is as ambivalent as the visibility of digital images. They glow on displays then disappear again. They are not located in any one place, they can today be here, tomorrow there, in several positions at the same time or suddenly no longer visible.‘

‚By way of the dissolution of linear narrative, in Networked Images there is no difference between the essential and the inessential in the image: all can be important and equally unimportant.‘

‚It is a special time during which “business as usual” simply does not work. Digital spaces are all the more important for communication. Truly the best time to reflect on the networked exchange of images.‘ *

*quotes from my interview with Prof. Dr. Dieter Daniels, read the full interview here:

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Not Until Tomorrow, Klemm’s Berlin, 2020

in conversation with Stefan Gronert

Symposium: Wohin entwickelt sich die künstlerische Fotografie?

08 – 09 Oktober 2020

DZ Bank Kunstsammlung – Art Foyer

Frankfurt am Main


with: Stefan Gronert, Katharina Sieverding, Viktoria Binschtok, Eva Schürmann, Beate Gütschow, Hubertus von Amelunxen, Nadine Wietlisbach, Jochem Hendricks, Barbara Filser

Centre Pompidou Paris

Dust – The Plates of the Present

21 Oct 2020 – 8 Mar 2021

Viktoria Binschtok
making of: #truckfump, Paris, 2018

Digital StudioVisit 2020

Viktoria Binschtok
Skyview, 2017

Kunstmuseum Bonn

New Presentation of the Collection

‚Nur nichts anbrennen lassen‘

03.06.2020 – 01.07.2022

with works by:
Hans-Peter Adamski, Jan Albers, Georg Baselitz, Joseph Beuys, Viktoria Binschtok, John Bock, Katinka Bock, Shannon Bool, Herbert Brandl, Walter Dahn, Hanne Darboven, Claudia Fährenkemper, Pia Fries, Isa Genzken, Michael Görnert, Katharina Grosse, Geord Herold, Charline von Heyl, Stephan Huber, Thomas Huber, Jörg Immendorff, Christof Kohlhöfer, Milan Kunc, Wolfgang Laib, Michel Majerus, Ingo Meller, Johanna von Monkiewitsch, Harald Naegeli, Hartmut Neumann, Marcel Odenbach, Albert Oehlen, Markus Oehlen, Blinky Parlemo, Tobis Pils, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Sebastian Riemer, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Thomas Scheibitz, Heidi Specker, Gerd & Uwe Tobias, Günter Umberg, Stefan Vogel, Christopher Wool

Suspicious Minds, 2009

The Way We Are 2.0

Weserburg Museum of Modern Art Bremen

15.02.2020 – 02.01.2021

The Way We Are 2.0 brings together on 2,500 square metres more than 180 works from more than 100 artists from various times and contexts in a wide-ranging investigation of content and form. Thematic spaces arise from such perspectives as artistic approaches to identity or traditions of landscape, a varied play with everyday life or aspects of urban life, the meaning of coincidence or of the body, minimalist tendencies or social resistance.

with: Carl Andre, Arman, Katja Aufleger, Monika Baer, Viktoria Binschtok, Louise Bourgeois, Ulla von Brandenburg, George Brecht, Kaucyila Brooke, Elina Brotherus, Sophie Calle, Yoan Capote, Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Christo, Claudia Christoffel, Louisa Clement, Anne Collier, Andrea Crespo, Chris Curreri, Björn Dahlem, Thomas Demand, Braco Dimitrijević, Claire Fontaine, FORT, Robert Filliou, Bernard Frize, Patrycja German, Jochen Gerz, Rachel Goodyear, Henriette Grahnert, Katharina Grosse, Wade Guyton, Hans Haacke, Dan Halter, Raymond Hains, David Hepp, Georg Herold, Ane Mette Hol, Judith Hopf, Sabine Hornig, Marguerite Humeau, Leiko Ikemura, Christian Jankowski, Sven Johne, Donald Judd, Šejla Kamerić, Franziska Keller, Ellsworth Kelly, Felix Kiessling, Kapwani Kiwanga, Ola Kolehmainen, Abdoulaye Konaté, Karsten Konrad, Kitty Kraus, Alicja Kwade, Thomas Lehnerer, Simon Lewis, Thomas Locher, Richard Long, Marie Lund, Daniel Maier-Reimer, Achim Manz, Christian Marclay, Mateo Maté, Justin Matherly, Gordon Matta-Clark, John McCracken, Olaf Metzel, Horst Müller, Jussi Niva, Ahmet Ögüt, Catherine Opie, Tatsumi Orimoto, Peter Piller, Agnieszka Polska, Charlotte Posenenske, Puppies Puppies, Julian Röder, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Michael Sailstorfer, Takako Saito, Fred Sandback, Karin Sander, Norbert Schwontkowski, Richard Serra, Chiharu Shiota, Santiago Sierra & Julius von Bismarck, Daniel Spoerri, Walter Swennen, André Thomkins, Jean Tinguely, Barthélémy Toguo, Wu Tsang, Günter Umberg, Kaari Upson, Marianna Uutinen, Jorinde Voigt, Jeff Wall, Wim Wenders, Guido van der Werve, Stefan Wissel, Erwin Wurm, Nil Yalter and Tobias Zielony

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photo credit: Øystein Thorvaldsen, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter

The Henie Onstad Triennial for Photography and New Media

1st Edition: February 21–May 16, 2020

The inaugural Triennial for Photography and New Media at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter in Norway will bring together recent work of 31 international artists. It will be the first major international presentation of its kind in Norway and will fill all three gallery spaces of the ground floor at the museum.

Curated by Susanne Østby Sæther in collaboration with Behzad Farazollahi and Christian Tunge from artist run gallery Melk in Oslo.

List of artists: Morten Andenæs (NO), Viktoria Binschtok (RU), Lucas Blalock (USA), Lucile Boiron (FR), Asger Carlsen (DK), Louisa Clement (DE), Sara Cwynar (CA), Ingrid Eggen (NO), Roe Ethridge (USA), Victoria Fu (USA), Espen Gleditsch (NO), Andrea Grützner (DE), Annette Kelm (DE), Nico Krijno (ZA), Owen Kydd (CA), B. Ingrid Olson (USA), Linn Pedersen (NO), Matt Rich (USA), Erin M. Riley (USA), Maya Rochat (CH), Johan Rosenmunthe (DK), Torbjørn Rødland (NO), Viviane Sassen (NL), Paul Mpagi Sepuya (USA), Timur Si-Qin (GE), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Sara VanDerBeek (USA), Hannah Whitaker (USA), Carmen Winant (USA), Letha Wilson (USA) and Daisuke Yokota (JP)

Viktoria Binschtok

artist talk @ Freundeskreis des Hauses der Photographie Hamburg


25.01.2020 – 4pm

c/o Deichtorhallen, Deichtorstraße 1-2, 20095 Hamburg

Link in Bio curated by Anika Meier

Museum der Bildenen Künste Leipzig

Dec 17 – Mar 15 2020

Viktoria Binschtok
Chocolate Girl, 2019, digital c-prints, 105 x 52 cm

with works by: Thomas Albdorf, Jeremy Bailey, Viktoria Binschtok, Aram Bartholl, Arvida Byström, Nadja Buttendorf, Petra Cortright, Filip Custic, Chris Drange, Constant Dullaart, Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg, Anna Ehrenstein, Oli Epp, Tom Galle, Adam Harvey, Lauren Huret, Andy Kassier, Florian Kuhlmann, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Brandon Lipchik, Jonas Lund, Jillian Mayer, Florian Meisenberg, Marisa Olson, Andy Picci, Sebastian Schmieg, Leah Schrager, Kristina Schuldt, Steffen Zillig, Thomas Webb…

An Ort und Stelle. Fotografie des Gegenwärtigen

Kunstmuseum Reutlingen

Dec 14 – Apr 19 2020

curated by Holger Kube Ventura

with works by: Viktoria Binschtok, Julian Faulhaber, Mareike Foecking, Stephanie Kiwitt, Nikolaus Koliusis, Barbara Probst, Wolfgang Zurborn

Cartell Camara Ciudad Bcn

Camera and City – Càmera i ciutat

CaixaForum Barcelona

Oct 31 2019 – Mar 08 2020

with works by: Paul Strand, Marc Riboud, Lisette Model, Valérie Jouve, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Viktoria Binschtok, Diane Arbus, László Moholy-Nagy, Alexander Rodchenko, William Klein, Brassaï, Robert Doisneau, Joan Colom, Manel Armengol, Pilar Aymerich, Luis Buñuel, Francesc Català Roca o Carlos Pérez de Rozas et al.

Lalit Kala Akademi Chennai, India

with / against the flow – contemporary photographic interventions

Nov 14 – Dec 1 2019

an Exhibition by the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen e. V. (ifa), Stuttgart, Germany,

curated by Florian Ebner and Christin Müller

with: Michael Schäfer / Viktoria Binschtok

Photofairs Shanghai, Shanghai, China

Sep 20-22 / 2019

@Klemm’s Booth: Adrian Sauer / Viktoria Binschtok

Sep 21st 2pm: artist talk at 166 art space

No 166, Zhenning Road 405 Nong, Shanghai

Form, Class & Beauty, Klemm’s Berlin, Germany

Sep13 – Oct 26 / 2019

Gabriele Beveridge, Viktoria Binschtok, Ulrich Lamsfuß and Ken Lum – invited by Viktoria Binschtok

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Our image-based reality lays the ground and provides the necessary input for the mixed media works that compose the exhibition Form, Class & Beauty. Through a diverse repertoire of appropriation strategies, public images are shifted into new contexts of meaning, which block themselves against obvious associations. The fusion of photography with text, algorithms, painting, and object leads to various combinations and opens up alternative perspectives on familiar representations.

Those are above all stereotypical representations of beauty, status, gender, etc. that dominate our urban and social environments (online and offline). They manifest cultural codes that set the bar of ideal existence in a system. Everything that cannot be seen in the general canon of images is also socially marginalized. 

The artistic rearrangement of the fragments of our visual culture is staged here in what can be understood as aesthetically seductive assemblages – however, it does not exclude a critical examination of its impact.

Realitäts Check, Kunstraum Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany

Aug 30 – Oct 6 / 2019

with works by: Laurenz Berges, Viktoria Binschtok, John Bock, Jonathan Callan, Marsha Cottrell, Jan Paul Evers, Isca Greenfield-Sanders, Martin Gross, Katharina Grosse, Arash Hanaei, Stef Heidhues, Diango Hernández, Secundino Hernández, Thomas Hirschhorn, Esther Hovers, Paul Hutchinson, Sharka Hyland, Miriam Jonas, Iris Kettner, Phillip Langer, Philip Loersch, Dane Mitchell, Andreas Mühe, Steffen Mühle, Manfred Pernice, Bernard Piffaretti, Barbara Probst, Susanne Ramolla, Achim Riethmann, Julian Röder, Julius Ruge , Jörg Sasse, Adrian Sauer, Simon Schubert, Hans Schulte, Fiete Stolte, Santiago Sierra, Amy Sillman, Simon Speiser, Christian Stötzner, Susa Templin, Brigitte Waldach, Nicole Wendel, Cecile Wesolowski, Paul Winstanley, Stefan Wissel, Yin Xiuzhen, Natalia Zaluska

Anxiety of Images National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan

Jul 20 – Sep 22 2019

with works by: Adam BROOMBERG+Oliver CHANARIN, Julian RÖDER, Paolo CIRIO, Thomas RUFF, Viktoria BINSCHTOK, Walis Labai, Tien-Chang WU, Daniel LEE, Isa HO, Ching-Hui CHOU, Huang-Ti LIN, Wei-Yuan MA, I-Ting HOU, Tung-Lu HUNG, Goang-Ming YUAN, Che-Yu HSU, Hui-Chan KUO, I-Chen KUO, Chieh-Jen CHEN, Go WATANABE, Chien-Hua HUANG, Zhen-Zhong YANG, Pei-Yu LAIwith

OSMOSCOSMOS, Centre de la Photographie Genève, Switzerland

Jun19 – Aug 25 2019

with works by: Romy Alizée / Nobuyoshi Araki / Jane Evelyn Atwood  / Hélène Bellenger / Dorothée Elisa Baumann / Caroline Bernard / Gérard Berréby / Renate Bertlmann / Ursula Böhmer / Viktoria Binschtok / Mauren Brodbeck / Mara Catalán / Marina Cavazza & Giulia d’Anna Lupo / Florence Chevallier / Olivier Christinat / Nicolas Crispini / Bunu Dhungana / Mauricio Dias & Walter Riedweg / Christoph Draeger / Charles & Ray Eames / Sandrine Elberg / Hans-Peter Feldmann / Sabrina Fernández Casas / Sylvie Fleury / Enrique Fontanilles / Jaques Fournel / Linda Fregni Nagler & Michael Doser / Paul-Armand Gette / Nadia Granados / Vivienne Griffin / Christiane Grimm / Barbara Hammer / Heidi Hassan / Astrid Jahnsen / Nikola Jankovic & Sarah Vadé / Denis Jutzeler / Philipp Keel / Pierre Keller / Majida Khattari / Martin Kippenberger / Jürgen Klauke / Cyril Kobler / Amélie Labourdette / Jean-Jacques Lebel / Leigh Ledare / Eden Levi Am / Nicolas Lieber / Armin Linke / Fred Lonidier / Lozano Lee / Urs Lüthi / Manon / Edgar Martins / Angela Marzullo / Fabio Mauri / Michel Mazzoni / Susan Meiselas / Bjørn Melhus / Falk Messerschmidt / Boris Mikhailov / Carlo Mollino / Verita Monselles / Gianni Motti / Jean-Luc Moulène / Johan Österholm / Aurélie Pétrel / Walter Pfeiffer / Peter Piller / Roman Pyatkovka / Pierre Radisic / Catherine Radosa / Koka Ramishvili / Thomas Ruff / Gregor Sailer / Stuart Sandford / Viviane Sassen / Lina Scheynius / Laurent Schmid / Jo Spence / Jules Spinatsch / Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens / A.L. Steiner / Stanley Stellar / Clare Strand / Annelies Štrba / Jean Tinguely / Danila Tkachenko / Grazia Toderi & Orhan Pamuk / Nicole Tran Ba Vang / Patrick Tosani / Yves Trémorin / Jan van IJken / Liliane Vertessen / Gilles Verneret / Christian Waldvogel / Charles Weber / Barbara Wolff / Giovana Zuccarino /

new Publication by Art’Us Collectors‘ Collective e.V:

The Way We Are 1.0 – So wie wir sind 1.0

Weserburg Museum of Modern Art Bremen

30.03.2019 – 05.01.2020

The Visit, 2018, Courtesy the artists, Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf

with: Etel Adnan, Carl Andre, Arman, Robert Barry, Ross Bleckner, Christian Boltanski, Viktoria Binschtok, Louise Bourgeois, Ulla von Brandenburg, George Brecht, Elina Brotherus, Erik Bünger, Peggy Buth, Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkacova, Christo, Chris Curreri, Die Tödliche Doris, Peter Doig, Henrik Eiben, Olafur Eliasson, Robert Filliou, Berta Fischer, Urs Fischer, Ceal Floyer, FORT, Dani Gal, Isa Genzken, Liam Gillick, Katharina Grosse, Wade Guyton, Hans Haacke, Raymond Hains, Ane Mette Hol, Judith Hopf, Rebecca Horn, Leiko Ikemura, Sergej Jensen, Donald Judd, Šejla Kamerić, Emese Kazár, Ellsworth Kelly, Myong-Hee Ki, Willi Kopf, Kitty Kraus, Till Krause, Adriana Lara, Thomas Lehnerer, Klara Lidén, Richard Long, Christian Marclay, Achim Manz, John McCracken, Tracy Moffatt, Horst Müller, Henrike Naumann, Hermann Nitsch, Giulio Paolini, Giuseppe Penone, Peter Piller, Agnieszka Polska, Larry Poons, Charlotte Posenenske, Margaret Loy Pula, James Reineking, Daniel Rossi, Dieter Roth, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Takako Saito, Karin Sander, Chiharu Shiota, Florian Slotawa, Kathrin Sonntag, Daniel Spoerri, Fiete Stolte, Hiroshi Sugito, Wolfgang Tillmans, Jan Timme, Jean Tinguely, Barthélémy Toguo, Marianna Uutinen, Mariana Vassileva, Jorinde Voigt, Corinne Wasmuht

Viktoria Binschtok

Saturday, 09 March 2019, 3 pm  / Haus der Universität, Schadowplatz 14, 40212, Düsseldorf

Cheap Vapes & Power Drink
I will talk about the effects of digitization and globalization on my artistic practice. (lecture in german)

new edition:

Viktoria Binschtok


2019 / digital c-print framed / 70x54cm / 10+2 A.P.

available at Weserburg Museum of Modern Art Bremen

Goethe Institut Mumbai

with / against the flow 

Contemporary Photographic Interventions: Viktoria Binschtok and Michael Schäfer

Preview: February 15, 6.30 pm / on view: 16.02.-28.03.2019

Viktoria Binschtok
patterson window, from the series World of Details

Belichtungen. Fotografische Postionen aus Deutschland

curated by: Maren Lübbke-Tidow

with: Viktoria Binschtok, Yvon Chabrowski, Sven Johne,
Barbara Probst, Julian Röder, Adrian Sauer

Städtische Galerie im Park, Viersen
opening: 03.02.2019, 11:00 a.m.

viersen invite

What Paradise? – Sammlung Peters-Messer

23.09.2018 – 10.02.2019
Weserburg Museum Bremen

with: Kader Attia, Viktoria Binschtok, Peggy Buth, Yvon Chabrowski, Arash Hanaei, Jonathan Hernández, Thomas Hirschhorn, Pieter Hugo, Sven Johne, Jon Kessler, Douglas Kolk, Bjarne Melgaard, Thomas Rentmeister, Achim Riethmann, Julian Röder, Tom Sachs, Santiago Sierra, Kon Trubkovich, Susan Turcot


Paris Photo 2018, Galerie Klemm’s booth D 25

A two-artist dialogue to contemplate the pictorial fabric, that has determined our lives over generations.


9_metoo Viktoria Binschtok

#metoo, 2018, 80x52cm
Viktoria Binschtok

bloody hands, 2018, 130x97cm
12_CheapVapes, 2018
Viktoria Binschtok
Cheap Vapes & Power Drink, 2018
11_plant&pattern, 2018
Plant & Pattern, 2018

Viktoria Binschtok
Tour Eiffel & Silver Cone, 2018

Viktoria Binschtok
Legs & Knives, 2018, 4 x 110x43cm

Symposium: Fotografieren in der digitalen Kultur

Galerie der Neuen Schule für Fotografie

14. Oktober 2018, 10:15am – 6pm

with: Winfried Gerling, Viktoria Binschtok, Carolin Anda, Andy Kassier and Anika Meier

more info


Les papiers de la photographie n°1

published on the occasion of the exhibition:

Sabine Weiss – les villes, la rue, l’autre

at Centre Pompidou Paris

june 20th – oct 15th 2018

more info


my photogram edition TRUCK FUMP
is part of: The plates of the present
a project by Thomas Fougeirol and Jo-ey Tang

more info:

Pumps & Globes
solo exhibition
Museum Folkwang Essen
26.10.17 – Spring 2018

x-ray_50x70cm xs
X-Ray, 2017, from Endless Cluster

Endless Cluster, 2015 – ongoing
Pumps, Brooklyn Bridge, X-Ray (from Endless Cluster)
diner seat, golden door, from World of Details, 2011 /12
Globen / Globes, 2002

Opening at Andrew Rafacz Gallery

Form and Class: Origins and Ends of the Work of Art
group-show curated by Walter Benn Michaels
Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, USA
with works by Viktoria Binschtok, Phil Chang, Arthur Ou, Daniel Shea
March 3rd – April 14th, 2018
more info

Contemporary Art Collection of the Federal Republic of Germany Acquisitions 2012–2016
Bundeskunsthalle Bonn
March 8 – May 27 2018
more info

Museum Folkwang Essen
Kuratoren führen – Petra Steinhardt im Gespräch mit Viktoria Binschtok
March 15th, 2018, 6pm
more info

Golden Horn & Golden Case
solo exhibition
Kunstmuseum Bonn
23.11.17 – 14.01.18 / opening 22.11.17 8pm


Paris Photo
KLEMM’S booth D23
Grand Palais Paris

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Golden Boy & Golden Heels, 2017

Für die Ewigkeit – Archivarische Strategien in der Kunst

with works by: Jill Baroff, Viktoria Binschtok, Hanne Darboven, Peter Dreher, Philipp Goldbach, Katrin Herzner, On Kawara, Nick Koppenhagen, Ingo Meller, Helen Mirra, Susan Morris, Andrea Ostermeyer, Peter Piller, Maria Tackmann, Matten Vogel, Daniel Wrede, Ulrich Wüst
Kunstraum Alexander Buerkle
08.10.17 – 18.02.18

bilder fragen
with works by: Reza Aramesh, Viktoria Binschtok, Burkard Blümlein, Raya Brukental, Krass Clement, Tacita Dean, Nir Evron, Aslan Gaisumov, Emmet Gowin, Tayio Onorato/Nico Krebs, Verena Kyselka, Maximilian Prüfer, Hans-Christian Schink, Egor Tsvetkov
H2 – Zentrum für Gegenwartskunst im Glaspalast Augsburg
22.09.17 – 18.02.18

solo-show @ foto-forum Bozen

6.9. – 14.10.2017 / opening: 5.9.2017, 7 pm

for more info:

bulb foto-forum

‚with / against the flow‘ / ifa Tournee Ausstellung

National Center of Contemporary Arts, Minsk, Belarus



28.06.17   19:00 UhrKunstmuseum Bonn

mit Viktoria Binschtok

Eine Veranstaltungsreihe des Kunsthistorischen Instituts der Universität Bonn und des Kunstmuseum Bonn

Viktoria Binschtok in coversation with Silke Hohmann / editor Monopol Magazin

June 1st 2017 @ 7pm

KLEMM’S Berlin, Prinzessinenstr.29, 10969 Berlin

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‚the city‘, 2017


‚Cutting Straws at Midnight‘ solo-show KLEMM’S Berlin

April 28 – June 10, 2017


Cutting Straws at Midnight, KLEMM’S Berlin, 2017

with / against the flow – Contemporary Photographic Interventions

Viktoria Binschtok & Michael Schäfer
curated by Florian Ebner, head of the Department of Photography at the Museum Folkwang in Essen, and author Christin Müller, Leipzig
06.04.2017 – 02.07.2017

Kulturhistorisches Museumszentrum

Krasnojarsk, Russia

VERMISST Der Turm der blauen Pferde von Franz Marc


Pinakothek der Moderne / Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München
in Kooperation mit dem Haus am Waldsee Berlin:

Zwölf internationale zeitgenössische Künstler in Berlin und acht in München werfen mit Mitteln der Malerei, Skulptur, Video, Fotografie, Installation und Texten neue Fragen rund um den Mythos und Verbleib des Turm der blauen Pferde auf.

artists Munich: Viktoria Binschtok, Dieter Blum, Tajana Doll, Slavomir Elnser, Jana Gunstheimer, Almut Hilf, Thomas Kilpper, Franz Marc, Dierk Schmidt

artists Berlin: Martin Assig, Norbert Bisky, Birgit Brenner, Johanna Diehl, Marcel van Eeden, Julia Franck, Arturo Herrera, Christian Jankowski, Via Lewandowsky, Rémy Markowitsch, Tobias Rehberger, Peter Rösel

Opening on 17.02.2017, C/O Berlin
WATCHED! Surveillance Art & Photography after 9/11

16.01.-03.03.2017 Glut: Images, Information and Excess

The Holden Gallery Manchester, UK

Preview 13 January 5.30–7.30pm

artists: Viktoria Binschtok, James Bridle, Esther Hovers, James Richards, Thomson and Craighead


13. – 29. 01. 2017  Under Construction, Schau Fenster, Berlin

artists: Minor Alexander, Erik Andersen, Angelika Arendt, Emanuel Bernstone, Viktoria Binschtok, Emmanuel Bornstein, Sophie Calle, Nezaket Ekici, Alex Flemming, Philipp Fürhofer, GodsDogs, Anna Jermolaewa, Karsten Konrad, Miriam Lenk, Alexandra Ranner, Thomas Rentmeister, Römer + Römer, Michael Sailstorfer, Barthélémy Toguo, Marcel van Eeden, Peter Weibel, Claudia Wieser, Christopher Winter, Vadim Zakharov, David Zink Yi :


‚with / against the flow‘ – contemporary photographic intervantions

curated by by Florian Ebner, head of the Department of Photography at the Museum Folkwang in Essen, and author Christin Müller, Leipzig.


world premiere abroad: Georgian National Museum, Tbilissi


The exhibition series with/against the flow. Contemporary Photographic Interventions presents artists who live in Germany, have established their own distinct visual idioms and are now interrogating the medium of photography afresh. It is the forms that their artistic interventions take that connect their various positions. Regardless of what motivates the artists or what interests them in terms of content, in the work they do they intervene in the very substance of the image or in external reality itself. The question remains as to whether this work should still be labelled “documentary” or whether it is, in fact, a form of realism that spills over into fiction.

with / against the flow. #1 Viktoria Binschtok / #2 Michael Schäfer


10.-13. November 2016

KLEMM’S at PARIS PHOTO / Grand Palais

with works by: Viktoria Binschtok, Jan Groover, John Lehr, Matt Lipps, Adrian Sauer


 ‚Orange Wings‘, 2016


‚Orange Wings‘, 2016 #parisphoto2016


‚Statue & Fish‘, 2016 #parisphoto2016

I will be signing my books on thursday Nov 10th, 5 p.m. at KLEMM’S booth D23,

here’s the complete list of book signings:

Kunst im Zeitalter der Digitalisierung
am 28.10.2016 um 17.00 Uhr


Teilnehmer sind: Neurobiologe Prof. Dr. Gerald Hüther, der Gründer und Direktor des ZKM Karlsruhe Prof. Dr. h.c. Peter Weibel, der Berliner Softwareentwickler und Sammler Ivo Wessel und Viktoria Binschtok, Künstlerin der aktuellen Ausstellung

Moderation: Cécile Schortmann

kostenlose Anmeldung:

DZ BANK Kunstsammlung
Platz der Republik
60265 Frankfurt am Main

20.10.-20.11.16 scope, Hannover, Germany


08.09.-03.12.2016 Chip vs. Chemie, DZ Bank Kunstsammlung, Frankfurt/Main, Germany

with works by: Viktoria Binschtok, Rudolf Bonvie, Mike Bouchet, Johannes Franzen, Andreas Gursky, Beate Gütschow, Lynn Hershman, Sven Johne, Astrid Klein, Thomas Ruff, Adrian Sauer, Joscha Steffens u.a.

17.06.-28.08.16 with / against the flow, curated by Florian Ebner and Christin Müller, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Germany

catalogue ‚with / aginst the flow‘, available at Buchhandlung Walther König:



01.06.-31.07.16 Caméra(auto)Contrôle, curated by Joerg Bader and Sébastien Leseigneur, Centre de la photographie Genève, Switzerland



18.03.-28.08.16 Thomas Demand: L’image volée, curated by Thomas Demand, Fondazione Prada Milan, Italy, ‚Limage volée‘ catalogue:



22.04.-29.07.16 Big Data Goes Art, SAP headquarter, Walldorf, Germany

artist: Viktoria Binschtok, Johanna Reich, Evan Roth, Adrian Sauer, Philipp Schaerer, Software Studies Initiative, Scottie Chih-Chieh Huang, Laurent Mignonneau and Christa Sommerer


11.06.16 lecture at Projektil Festival in Weimar, Bauhaus University:



new work will be on view at Art Cologne:

14.-17.April 2016, at KLEMM’S booth:


 Yellow Cluster, 2016


MM & Gwen, 2016


Statue & Fish, 2016


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L’image volée, curated by Thomas Demand

Fondazione Prada Milan, 18.03.-28.08.16
The exhibition revolves around the idea that we all stand on someone else’s shoulders, and explores how artists have always referred to existing imagery to make their own. Questioning the boundaries between originality, conceptual inventiveness and the culture of the copy, the project will focus on theft, authorship, annexation and the creative potential of such pursuits.

Situated in a special exhibition architecture by sculptor Manfred Pernice, the show will present 80 works realized by about 45 artists between 1820 and the present day, including commissions by John Baldessari, Oliver Laric and Sara Cwynar amongst others. An illustrated book will accompany the project, with essays by Russell Ferguson, Christy Lange, short stories by Ian McEwan and Ali Smith, and interventions by Rainer Erlinger and Don McLean, published by Fondazione Prada.


Secret Surface. Where Meaning Materializes

Kunst-Werke Berlin, 14.02.-01.05.16

Opening: Saturday 13.02.16 5-10 p.m.

curated by Ellen Blumenstein, based on joint research with British curator Catherine Wood

With contributions by niv Acosta, Auto Italia (Kate Cooper, Marianne Forrest, Andrew Kerton, and Jess Wiesner), Trisha Baga, Anna Barham, Eduardo Basualdo, Viktoria Binschtok, Gwenneth Boelens, Beth Collar, Hollis Frampton, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Andy Holden, Alex Israel, Philipp Lachenmann, Mark Leckey, Lawrence Lek, Ying Miao, Philippe Parreno, Elizabeth Price, Emily Roysdon, Georgia Sagri, Prem Sahib, Nora Schultz, Katharina Sieverding, Reena Spaulings, Patrick Staff and Cara Tolmie, Philipp Timischl, Frances Stark, and Martijn in ‚t Veld.


new work will be on view at KLEMM’S booth at

Art Los Angeles Contemporary:

January 28-31, 2016 / The Barker Hanger L.A.


‚Chanel‘, from ‚Chanel Cluster‘, 109x85cm, 2016


‚Chanel Cluster‘, 2016



CONVERSATIONS brings together original interviews with contemporary photographers featured in Secondhand—an exhibition at Pier 24 Photography from August 4, 2014 to May 31, 2015. Discussions of influence, process, and the significance of appropriation characterize this collection of revealing conversations with a distinctive and international group of artists.

Interviews from: Maurizio Anzeri, Viktoria Binschtok, Melissa Catanese, Daniel Gordon, Erik Kessels, Matt Lipps, Mike Mandel, Rashid Rana, Joachim Schmid, and Hank Willis Thomas.

86 pages | 60 images | 40 artwork reproductions | 7 x 9 in. | Paperback | Perfect bound

Conversations: Secondhand


it was my pleasure to give a lecture and a one-week-workshop

to bachelor students at ECAL Lausanne in Switzerland


some of the results are online:



…two new beautiful publications are on the desk, both contain some of my work:

Tell mum everything is ok, Les Éditions FP&CF, Paris

MEFISTOFELE, Bayerische Staatsoper München


Save the Data, Kunstpalais Erlangen, 26th Sep – 22nd Nov

curated by Amely Deiss with works by:

Timo Arnall (GB), Aram Bartholl (DE), Viktoria Binschtok (DE), Gregor Hildebrandt (DE), Ronnie Yarisal und Katja Kublitz (CH und DK), Via Lewandowsky (DE), Joep van Liefland (NL), Florian Meisenberg (DE), Yuri Pattison (IE), Gebhard Sengmüller (AT)

‚Save the Data‘ publication:



RESET 1, Priska Pasquer Cologne 5th Sep – 2nd Nov with works by:



Counterpoint, Kunsthalle Sparkasse Leipzig, 24th Sep – 3rd Jan

curated by Christoph Tannert with works by:

Claudia Angelmaier / Viktoria Binschtok / Florian Ebner / Edgar L. / Matthias Hoch / Sven Johne / Steffen Junghans / Astrid Klein / Alexej Meschtschanow / Timm Rautert / Ricarda Roggan / Adrian Sauer / Hans-Christian Schink / Erasmus Schröter / Helfried Strauß / Anett Stuth


install Pink Lady Cluster A4

Pink Lady Cluster, 2015

grey nails

Grey Nails


Pink Lady




some installation shots of my show at C/O Berlin, on view until August 16th:

Viktoria Binschtok bei C/O Berlin. Foto: David von Becker
Marriage is a Lie / Fried Chicken Cluster, Viktoria Binschtok, C/O Berlin, 2015
Foto: David von Becker
Viktoria Binschtok bei C/O Berlin. Foto: David von Becker
Installation Fried Chicken / Marriage is a Lie Cluster, Viktoria Binschtok, C/O Berlin, 2015
Foto: David von Becker
Viktoria Binschtok bei C/O Berlin. Foto: David von Becker
left: Endless Cluster, Viktoria Binschtok, C/O Berlin, 2015
Foto: David von Becker
Viktoria Binschtok bei C/O Berlin. Foto: David von Becker
Pink Lady Cluster, Bluse Curtain Cluster, Viktoria Binschtok, C/O Berlin, 2015
Foto: David von Becker
Viktoria Binschtok bei C/O Berlin. Foto: David von Becker
World of Details, Viktoria Binschtok, C/O Berlin, 2015
Foto: David von Becker
Viktoria Binschtok bei C/O Berlin. Foto: David von Becker
Globes, Viktoria Binschtok, C/O Berlin, 2015
Foto: David von Becker


my new publication ‚Marriage is a Lie / Fried Chicken‘ is now available:

4publications small

texts by Charlotte Cotton, Joshua Chuang, Laurel Ptak, Matthias Harder
published by Kehrer Verlag, Editor C/O Berlin
graphic design by Naroska Design
16,5 x 22 cm
115 pages
52 color images

ISBN 978-3-86828-657-1
Euro 24,90


please save the date:


opening June 19th 7pm, ‚Marriage is a Lie / Fried Chicken‘, solo show at C/O Berlin

My HipstaPrint 6



opening Sat / June 20th, 6pm: ‚The Human Apparatus‘ at KLEMM’S Berlin with works by:

Viktoria Binschtok, Phil Chang, Jessica Eaton, Jan Groover, Barbara Kasten, John Lehr,

Matt Lipps, Brea Souders, Eileen Quinlan, Adrian Sauer, Roman Schramm, James Welling


…some new ‚Cluster‘ will be on view at my upcoming solo show at C/O Berlin:

red skir

‚Red Skirt‘ from: ‚Marriage is a lie / Fried Chicken Cluster‘, 2015


‚Madonna‘ from: ‚Endless Cluster‘, 2015


…it was great beeing part of the Photography and Philosophy Conference at LACMA L.A.


Participants include:

Arthur Ou, Walead Beshty, Viktoria Binschtok, Phil Chang, Todd Cronan, Thomas Demand,

Josh Ellenbogen, Michael Fried, Farrah Karapetian, Walter Benn Michaels, Charles Palermo,

Robert Pippin, Britt Salvesen, Kaja Silverman, A. L. Steiner, Anne Wagner, James Welling,

Jennifer Wild, and Marnin Young

‚Organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and, „Photography and Philosophy“ is a two-day symposium exploring the themes of the autonomy of the photographic image, automatism, and time and meaning. Originally considered in nonsite’s online journal (issue 11), the topics will be expanded upon by leading artists, philosophers, and art historians through a series of formal presentations accompanied by engaged responses, as well as two larger panel discussions with curator-moderators. ‚

further info here:


my new publication CLUSTER is available now:

graphic design by Studio Jung

published by argobooks


current soloshow:

Kunstverein Göttingen, Germany

Jan 11th – Feb 22nd 2015




Camera Austria International 128/2014:

Christina Natlacen: Viktoria Binschtok / On Searching for and Finding Images




Grand Palais / KLEMM’S / booth B15

13-16 November 2014



Cutting Mat_framed

CUTTING MAT Cluster, 2014


Konstantin Alexiou interviewed me for PHOTONEWS 11/14:



interview with Sabine Weier for SCHIRN MAG:



some of my works from ‚World of Details‘ are now on view at

Pier 24 Photography in San Francisco

August 2014 – May 2015


artist include: Maurizio Anzeri, John Baldessari, Viktoria Binschtok, Melissa Catanese, Daniel Gordon, Erik Kessels, Mike Mandel, Matt Lipps, Richard Prince, Rashid Rana, Joachim Schmid, Larry Sultan, Hank Willis Thomas, and selections from the Archive of Modern Conflict



…review of the pier24 show:




27 JUNE – 12 OCTOBER 2014


…more info




Museum Folkwang Essen

(Mis)Understanding Photography

Werke und Manifeste

14 June – 17 August 2014

artists: Sylvia Ballhause, Viktoria Binschtok, Christian Boltanski, Sarah Charlesworth, Tacita Dean, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Katharina Gaenssler, Jeff Guess, John Hilliard, Erik Kessels, Sherrie Levine, Santu Mofokeng, Ugo Mulas, Bernhard Prince, Barbara Probst, Timm Rautert, Thomas Ruff , Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel, Clare Strand, Wolfgang Tillmans, Axel Töpfer, Timm Ulrichs, Gillian Wearing, Christopher Williams u. a.

my ‚Globes‘ from 2002, now on view at Museum Folkwang Essen:


some reviews about my current show in Berlin:







my solo show ‚eclipse99‘ is now on view at KLEMM’S  Berlin

Opening: 26 April from 6 – 9 pm

26.04. – 09.06.2014

installation shots:


‚black cluster‘ & ‚blue curtain cluster‘, 2014

blue curtain-cluster

‚blue curtain / black stripes cluster‘, 2014


‚eclipse99 cluster‘, 2014



 …invitation cards arrived:



Museum der Bildenden Künste Leipzig

Herz, Reiz & Gefühl

13 July – 19 Oktober 2014


Centre Pompidou-Metz

Paparazzi! Photographers, stars and artists

26 February – 9 June 2014 

Curator:  Clément Chéroux, curator, Centre Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, head of the photography department

Curatorial assistants:
Quentin Bajac, chief curator of photography, MoMA, New York

Sam Stourdzé, director, Musée de l’Élysée, Lausanne



Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau Dresden

Eine Klasse für sich – Aktionsraum Fotografie

1 February – 18 May 2014

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february – march 2014

some of my work is published in: Manière de voir – Le Monde diplomatique



past events:


Prof. Dr. Hubertus von Amelunxen, Marc Feustel, Constant Dullaart, Viktoria Binschtok

05.12. 2013, 19h30    Discussion (in English),  hosted  by  C/O Berlin

Sammlung Hoffmann,  Sophienstraße 21 . 10178 Berlin,


KLEMM’S booth @ PARIS PHOTO  2013 –  works by Adrian Sauer and Viktoria Binschtok

KLEMM'S - 1s

Photos © Marc Domage


book signing

I’ll be signing my book at KLEMM’S Paris Photo / booth B23 / Nov 16th 2.30 pm


great news: ‚WORLD OF DETAILS‘ is shortlisted for First PhotoBook Award by aperture foundation:

(signed) copies are available on demand

price 35 €


Still – Photography at the Museum

at MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts  Debrecen / Hungary

7 July – 20 October 2013

Áfrány Gábor – Birkás Ákos – Viktoria Binschtok – Sonja Braas – Elina Brotherus – James Casebere – Kyungwoo Chun – David Claerbout – Csontó Lajos – Csoszó Gabriella – Rineke Dijkstra –  Desiree Dolron – Olafur Eliasson  – Eperjesi Ágnes –  Erdély Miklós – Esterházy Marcell – Fabricius Anna –  Gerhes Gábor  – John Goto – Gyenis Tibor – Halász Károly –  Candida Höfer – Stephan Huber  – IRWIN  – Kelemen Károly –  Khoór Lilla  – Koronczi Endre –  Kovács Endre – László Gergely – Németh Hajnal –  Ősz Gábor – Joao Penalva – Puklus Péter –  Alexandra Ranner –  Evelyn Richter – Thomas Ruff  –  Sarkantyú Illés – Szabó Benke Róbert  –  Szabó Dezső  –  Szacsva y Pál – Szász Lilla – Szegedy-Maszák Zoltán

curated by Monika Perenyei, art historian – Institute of Art History, RCH, HAS


parasite at OZEAN Berlin

opening: 10 July  7pm, 11 July – 11 August 2013

Øystein Aasan, David Edward Allen, Viktoria Binschtok, Max Frisinger, Franziska Furter, Aubrey Heichemer,
Maureen Jeram, Joyce Kim, Antonia Low, Caitlin Masley, Florian Neufeldt, Alex Schweder

curated by David Edward Allen and Maureen Jeram



march 24th 2013 2-5 pm

at KLEMM’S Berlin

Prinzessinnenstr. 29, 10969 Berlin, GERMANY


136 pages, 60 color and b/w images, hardcover, de / en, 2013

Editor Matthias Harder Berlin

published by DISTANZ Verlag

graphic design by Timo Grimberg



goupshow @ Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona

Feb 22 – Apr 13 2013

Hans Aarsman, Laia Abril, Laurence Aëgerter, Roy Arden, Aram Bartholl, Nancy Beans, Viktoria Binschtok, Marco Bohr, Ewoudt Boonstra, Kurt Caviezel, David Crawford, Martin Crawl, Tony Churnside & The Get Out Clause, Constant Dullaart, Leo Gabin, Jon Haddock, Gilbert Hage, Monica Haller, Mishka Henner, Roc Herms, James Howard, Thomas Mailaender, Micheal O’Connell a.k.a Mocksim, Jenny Odell, Josh Poehlein, Willem Popelier, Jon Rafman, Doug Rickard, Adrian Sauer, Frank Schallmaier, Andreas Schmidt, Pavel Maria Smejkal, Claudia Sola, Shion Sono, Jens Sundheim, Penelope Umbrico, Corinne Vionnet i Hermann Zschiegner

curated by:
Clément Chéroux, conservator of Centre Georges Pompidou’s Photography Department
Joan Fontcuberta, artist
Erik Kessels, founder and artistic director of KesselsKramer
Martin Parr, photographer at the Magnum Photos agency
Joachim Schmid, artist