Montag, 23. September 2019

Liebe und Ethnologie / Love and Ethnology

Liebe und Ethnologie


Philipp Gufler, Quilt #01 (Hubert Fichte) mit Adrian Djukic, 2013

Die koloniale Dialektik der Empfindlichkeit (nach Hubert Fichte)

18.10.2019–06.01.2020


Can the ethnographic gaze be “given back”, restituted? Within the context of ethnology and the aesthetic avant-garde of post-war West Germany, the exhibition examines Hubert Fichte’s writing and takes it as the starting point for new artistic works on questions of representation and restitution, dissolution of boundaries and canonization, and updating colonial power relations.

The German writer Hubert Fichte (1935-1986) was fascinated by arts and religions of the African diaspora. In the 1970s, he travelled cities like Salvador da Bahia and Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de Chile, Dakar, New York and Lisbon, developing his utopia of a radical sensitivity. This sensitivity would serve research alongside intense interviews, intimacy through (gay) sexuality, self-reflexivity, and a condensed poetry of objectivity. Fichte’s experiments with dialogical forms of writing were incorporated in his monumental, unfinished cycle of novels Die Geschichte der Empfindlichkeit (The History of Sensitivity).

The exhibition and research project in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut, Hubert Fichte: Love and Ethnology, opens these works for a critical contemporary discussion. Since 2017, selected novels have been translated into Portuguese, English, French, Spanish and Wolof. For the first time, this stimulated a reception of Fichte’s writings in the places of their creation. Exhibitions curated on-site showed new artistic works. The concluding Berlin exhibition Love and Ethnology – The Colonial Dialectic of Sensitivity (after Hubert Fichte) gathers these inverted gazes and presents them against the backdrop of ethnology and the aesthetic avant-garde of post-war West Germany.

With extensive archival materials and artistic works by Nadja Abt, Heriberto “Eddie” Alicea, Kader Attia, Gilles Aubry, Richard Avedon, Alvin Baltrop, Gabriel Barbi, Letícia Barreto, Coletivo Bonobando, Papisto Boy, Michael Buthe, Miguel Rio Branco, Rosemarie Clausen, Nathalie David, Mestre Didi, Hubert Fichte, Claudia del Fierro, Avril Forest, Alair Gomes, Renée Green, Philipp Gufler, Ayrson Heráclito, Isaac Julien, Euridice Zaituna Kala, Kippenberger und Akim S. aus 44, Friedl Kubelka, Pedro Lemebel, Cristóbal Lehyt, Musa Michelle Mattiuzzi, Leonore Mau, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, Virginia de Medeiros, Michaela Melián, Mario Navarro, Richard Oelze, Pan African Space Station, Lil Picard, André Pierre, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Daniel Richter, Thierno Seydou Sall, Pierre Verger, James Van der Zee and others.

Curated by Diedrich Diederichsen and Anselm Franke


Conference:
Samstag, 19. Oktober 2019, 19h
Ästhetik des Faktischen: Poesie und Journalismus 
/Moderiert von Diedrich Diederichsen



Haus der Kulturen der Welt

John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin
hkw.de

EVA STEFANI, PHILIPP GUFLER, ANTJE ZEIHER / ATHEN – MÜNCHEN


EVA STEFANI
PHILIPP GUFLER
ANTJE ZEIHER
/
ATHEN – MÜNCHEN

26.09.2019 — 22.11.2019


Galerie Françoise Heitsch
Amalienstrasse 19
80333 München
Germany

T +49 (0) 89 - 48 12 00
F +49 (0) 89 - 48 12 01
fheitsch@francoiseheitsch.de
www.francoiseheitsch.de

Mi-Fr 14.00—19.00
Sa 12.00—16.00
(Die Galerie ist in den bayerischen Schulferien geschlossen)

Freitag, 16. August 2019

Maskulinitäten, Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf




Eine Kooperation von Bonner Kunstverein, Kölnischem Kunstverein und Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf.

Eröffnung / Opening August 31, 2019, 19:30 in Düsseldorf

Sat, 5.10, 7 pm
IDLE TALK
IN their reading, Philipp Gufler and Evelyn Taocheng Wang read parts of their artist books "Unintended Experience" by Evelyn Taocheng Wang and "Indirect Contact" by Philipp Gufler.
Venue: Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf


Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen
Grabbeplatz 4, 40213 Düsseldorf
https://www.kunstverein-duesseldorf.de


Samstag, 18. Mai 2019

Pleasure-Pain at Marwan, Amsterdam


Pleasure-Pain
Marwan is delighted to invite you to the opening of Pleasure-Pain by Philipp Gufler on Friday, May 31st, 2019. Central to Gufler's first Amsterdam solo exhibition is his new video installation The Responsive Body, starring Diogo da Cruz, Johanna Gonschorek, Richard John Jones, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, and Louwrien Wijers.

On Marwan's website, you can now find the text "The Responsive Body – somatic hacking and artistic friendships" by art historian and educator Arnisa Zeqo, which is accompanying the exhibition.

"Pleasure-Pain" is on view till June 23. Marwan is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 2 pm to 5 pm and by appointment.

On Thursday, June 6, at 8 pm, two performances by Johanna Gonschorek and Diogo Da Cruz will take place at Marwan as part of the exhibition.

The exhibition Pleasure-Pain is made possible with the generous support of the Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst. The production of the video installation The Responsive Body is kindly supported by the Erwin und Gisela von Steiner Stiftung and Stichting Stokroos.





Marwan
Fokke Simonszstraat 12, Amsterdam, 1017 TG Netherlands
https://marwan.hotglue.me

Marwan is an artist-run project space at Fokke Simonszstraat 12, Amsterdam, initiated and curated by Tirza Kater and Tim Mathijsen and currently operating autonomously under the generous wings of AKINCI







Fotos: Franziska Schulz