28 FEB – 13 APR 2019
Anatomy of Political Melancholy II
Schwarz Foundation, Athens Conservtoire
Participating Artists: Katerina Apostolidou, Marc Bauerm Marianna Christofides, Eirene Efstathiou, Marina Gioti, Sara Sejin Chang [Sara Van der Heide], Jan Peter Hammer, Sven Johne, Yorgos Karailias, Spiros Kay, Ariane Loze, Depression Era , Adrian Melis, Tom Molloy, Jennifer Nelson, George Prinos, Chrysa Romanou, Hans Rosenström, Georges Salameh, Nestori Syrjälä, Thu Van Tran, Dimitris Tsoumplekas, Bram Van Meervelde
The Schwarz Foundation is pleased to announce its 1st major exhibition in #Athens, following the opening of the Foundation’s Art Space Pythagorion in #Samos in 2012. The exhibition, entitled Anatomy of Political Melancholy, probes the increasing and widespread loss of faith in politics and politicians today. The 24 international artists and one artist’s group in it probe different aspects of our current political discontent, explore its effects on the older and the younger generation, and examine how this disillusionment with our present political condition in Europe has created a sense of impasse and how it manifests itself in our everyday lives and in the public domain. Philosopher Lieven de Cauter has called this phenomenon ‘political melancholy’.
Organised by the Schwarz Foundation
Curated by Katerina Gregos
15 JUN – 22 SEP 2019
North Coast Art Triennale
At the 2019 North Coast Art Triennal, artists from Denmark and the other Nordic countries will explore the regional, historic and specific conceptual qualities of the term heritage based on the new Kongernes Nordsjælland (Royal North Sjælland) National Park and the diversity of cultural history that is embedded there. Based on this, the artists will create numerous artworks for the specific sites in interaction and exchange with the residents and with the collaboration and dialogue partners of Gribskov’s arts and cultural institutions.
Curated by Carina Zunino
“Heritage and cultural heritage are extensive concepts that include both the material world that is left to posterity but also the more intangible and abstract aspects, the cultural elements of human consciousness such as language, philosophy of life and forms of interaction that comprise narratives about the past and that also include a common foundation about the overall framework, such as the “Nordic” setting, and minor differences from one region to another in a small country such as Denmark.
The migration of people and the many global communication networks today create a need for us to carefully consider our origin and personal identity. But heritage also helps to embed us in time. Heritage reminds us who we once were and sets a direction for who we can become.”
28 SEP – 28 OCT 2018
Ett Kluvet Hus
Ljudbänken, Stockhom konst, public sound work in Humlegården
Curated by Frida Cornell
23 SEP – 30 SEP 2018
The Third Ear
Participating Artists: Forced Entertainment, Voldemārs Johansons, Kate Krolle, Hans Rosenström
Curated by Gundega Laivinas
“In the world overwhelmed by visual culture our eyesight gradually becomes detached from other senses. What we see has no influence on what we feel or think. In the reality filled with endless noise our gift of hearing loses its sharpness and we cease to listen. As Vooruit opens its doors for another challenging season, this is an invitation to stand still and to practice listening as it will sustain us for the season ahead, both at Vooruit and outside in the real world. To share the space built from sound, words and stories, to feel its tactility. To experience the moment when the sense of hearing becomes the skill of listening.”
16 SEP – 24 SEP 2018
Public art projects and collaborations in different salons along the bus rout 63
Thirteen artists have been paired with ten hair & beauty salons along the route of the number 63 bus (from Clerkenwell to Peckham) and commissioned to make site-specific works that reflect upon these vibrant institutions and their crucial role at the heart of the local community
Participating Artists: Larry Achiampong, Nick Bashall, Gabriele Beveridge, Ellen Gallagher, Gery Georgieva, Beatrice Hasell-McCosh, Tyga Helme, Daniel Kelly (DKUK), Paul Kindersley, Eloise Lawson, Andrew Logan, Isaac Olvera, Paloma Proudfoot, Hans Rosenström, Stasis, Freddy Tuppen, Kirsty Tuner Jones
Curated by Sasha Galizine
2 JUN – 28 OCT 2018
1st Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art
Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More
Curated by Katerina Gregos
Speed is the form of ecstasy the technical revolution has bestowed on man… He is caught in a fragment of time cut off from both the past and the future; he is wrenched from the continuity of time; he is outside time…
—Milan Kundera, Slowness, 1996
Change is a constant and imperceptible process. Nothing remains the same and yet it often feels as if things are fixed, solid certainties. Change operates in strange ways. ‘Ta panta rhei’ (everything flows), the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus pointed out, meaning that: everything is constantly changing, from the smallest organic particle to the whole universe. According to him, every seemingly stable object is ultimately a figment of one’s imagination; only change itself is real, being constant and in eternal flux, like the continuous flow of the river, which always renews itself and only appears to remain the same over time. Until recently – and excluding those rarer radical moments of personal, social or political transformation – change has appeared to creep up on us slowly. But then it sometimes happens that one day we ‘wake up’ and experience a sudden break in consciousness. It abruptly dawns on us that our world has changed beyond recognition. We feel as if we have been thrust into the future, unwittingly. In recent years, and particularly since the advent of the technological revolution, it seems that even the Heraclitan constant flow of things has turned into a torrent. Our world seems to be ever accelerating. As James Gleick argues in Faster: The Acceleration of Just About Everything: “We have reached the epoch of the nanosecond. This is the heyday of speed”. The 1st Riga Biennial will reflect on the phenomenon of change – how it is anticipated, experienced, grasped, assimilated and dealt with at this time of accelerated transitions and the increasing speeding up of our lives.
List of participating Artists: https://www.rigabiennial.com/riboca/artists
15 MAY – 30 SEP 2018
Söderlångvik, Island of Kimito, Finland
13 JAN – 28 JAN 2018
Light Art Festival, Soho, London UK
Participating Artists: Oskar Koliander (DE/SE) | Jesper Kongshaug (DE) | Jakob Kvist (DE) | Hans Erik Madsen | Ragnar Mar Nikulasson (IS) | Vesa-Pekka Rannikko (FI) | Taneli Rautiainen (FI) |Hans Rosenstrom (FI) | Anne Katrine Senstad (NO) | Marita Isobel Solberg (NO) | Pink Twins (FI) | Timo Vaittinen (FI)| Jarno Vesala (FI)
Directed & curated by Vassiliki Tzanakou
8 FEB – 28 FEB 2017
Calm before storm
Participating artists: Nikita Kadan, Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Marinella Senatore, anonymous, Kamen Stoyanov, Mounira Al Solh, Oreet Ashery, Iván Argote, Nick Hornby, Núria Güell, Nicoline van Harskamp, Marianna Christofides and Hans Rosenström
06 APR –
Meeting House Square
Continuous Drift is a evolving public sound installation by Sven Anderson in 2015. Today it holds contributions from 33 artists and collectives, located in Meeting House Square in Dublin, Ireland. Anyone visiting the square can use their smartphone, tablet, or computer to select sound works from the contributing artists to play back from eight loudspeakers integrated into the public architecture, for everyone to hear.
The edition for 2017 titled Balance features works by: Peter Cusack (UK), Moritz Fehr (DE), Marco Fusinato (AU), Jennie Guy (IE), Christina Kubisch (DE), Hans Rosenström (FI)
3 JUNI – 30 JULI 2017
The Garden – End of Times; Beginning of Time
ARoS Triennial, ARos Art Museum
The Garden exhibiton is divided in three parts, The Past, The Present and The Future.
Partisipating Artists: Oscar Lhermitte, Ackroyd & Harvey, Cyprien Gaillard, Mark Dion, Fujiko Nakaya, E.B. ITSO, Ismar Cirkinagic, Sif Itona Westerberg, Elmgreen & Dragset, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel, Doug Aitken, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Tomás Saraceno, Hans Rosenström, Katharina Grosse, Rirkrit Tiravanija & Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller, Tue Greenfort, Anssi Pulkkinen and Taneli Rautiainen, Simon Starling, Max Hooper Schneider, Alicja Kwade, Henrik Menné, Pia Sirén, Rune Bosse, E.B. ITSO, Meg Webster, Sarah Sze, Tacita Dean, Yto Barrada and Superflex.
The curatorial team for The Garden is: Erlend G. Høyersten, Lise Pennington, Jakob Vengberg Sevel, Marie Nipper, Anne Mette Thomsen
15 DEC 2016
William Thuring Prize awarded by the Finnish Art Society
13 DEC & 15 DEC 2016
Book Launch of The Imaginary Reader by VOLT
Tuesday 13 December 2016 at 20:00
Thursday 15 December 2016 at 19:00
Black Box Teater
The Imaginary Reader is both an anthology of commissioned texts by a variety of writers, artists, critics, art historians and philosophers and an exhibition in the form of a book with several artworks. The book is meant as a stimulus to thinking about the imaginary and the relationship between fiction and reality. By way of artworks, experimental texts and reflections it offers a range of angles and ideas on different aspects of the imaginary.
Øystein Aasan, aiPotu, Andreas Angelidakis, BADco., Erick Beltrán & Bernardo Ortiz, Milena Bonilla, Michel de Broin, Barbara Casavecchia, Daniela Cascella, Jan Christensen, Phil Coy, Bojana Cvejić & Ana Vujanović, Judith Dybendal, Mette Edvardsen, Espen Sommer Eide, Tom Engels, Jan Freuchen, Stian Gabrielsen, Dora García, Andrea Geyer, Pedro Gómez-Egaña, Avery F. Gordon, Ane Graff, Luis Guerra, Mai Hofstad Gunnes, Johannes Heldén, Vlatka Horvat, Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens, Institutt for Farge, Dimitris Ioannou, Ivana Ivković, Marte Johnslien, Cecilia Jonsson, Valentinas Klimašauskas, Brandon LaBelle, John Lely, Per-Oskar Leu, Lewis & Taggart, Isabell Lorey, Young Lunde, Kristin Nordhøy, Linn Pedersen, plan b, Alexandra Pirici, Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen, Hans Rosenström, Andreas Schlaegel, Ingerid S. Straume, Jon Benjamin Tallerås, Hans E. Thorsen, Ève K. Tremblay, Synnøve Marie Vik, Jacob Wren, Icaro Zorbar
Editor: Marie Nerland
Book design: Erik Johan Worsøe Eriksen
Hardcover: 24 x 33 cm
The book is available from Volt’s website and at selected book stores.
07 DEC – 18 DEC 2016
The Crypt of St Mary Magdalene Church
Participating artists: STASIS, Pavel Pepperstein, Adam Barker-Mill, Hans Rosenström, Carolyn Barker-Mill, Alan Magee, Jonathan McCree, Niklas Gustafson and Col Self.
Curated by: Galitzine and Mackenzie
18 OCT 2016
Inaguration of the public art work 2066 created for the newly developed pier in Värtahamnen, Stockholm.
Commissioned by Stockholm Konst and the Ports of Stockholm.
26 AUG – 28 AUG 2016
Chart Art Fair
Duration: 29’16’’ Loop
2016’s CHART SPECIAL ART PROGRAM premieres Off Seasons – a collaborative project between Finnish-Swedish artist Hans Rosenström and the Danish artist duo Stormglas (Andreas Borregaard and Mikkel Sørensen). Off Seasons is a reinterpretation of Stormglas’ sound work ‘Seasons’ (2013), for which Borregaard and Sørensen commissioned four Nordic composers to each create a contemporary interpretation of one our four seasons; ‘Sprout’ by Rasmus Zwicki (DK), ‘L’estate – summer from hell’ by Fredrik Österling (S), ‘Autumn’ by Sunleif Rasmussen (FO) and ‘Wenn es winter ist’ by Martin Rane Bauck (N).
Rosenström has reworked these four compositions into one multi-channel sound installation for the Yellow Courtyard at Charlottenborg. Hereby, Off Seasons takes threads from Stormglas’ original work and provides a new sensory and spatial experience of the music to the viewer. The installation, a minimal landscape that balances between nurture and neglect, springs from Rosenströms fascination of the cyclical conditions that appear in nature and our cultures constant strive to cultivate and master them.
Commissioned by CHART Art Fair.
13 APR 2016
Plats til plats – 9 konstnärers reflektion kring platstrelaterat arbete
at 17:00 Kafé EKA
Tromsø Kunstforening, Tromsø, Norway
Editor and artist Lisa Torell in conversation with artist Hans Rosenström, curator Hanne Gudrun Gulljord and architect Sara Lund.
02 – 07 MAR 2016
Union Club Studios
Alice Anderson, Adam Barker-Mill, Bronwen Buckeridge, Marie Jacotey, Egor Kraft, Silvia Lerin, Imogen Lloyd, Alan Magee, Simon Mathers, Jonathan McCree, Nika Neelova, Paloma Proudfoot & Aniela Piasecka, Hans Rosenström and Freddy Tuppen
Olga MacKenzie & Sasha Galitzine
11 NOV – MAY 2016
Public Art Exhibition
Maraya Art Park
Fayçal Baghriche, Nick Ferguson, Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, Sonja Gerdes, Ludovica Gioscia, Hans Rosenström and Kim Schoen
Curated by Alexandra MacGilp
20 —21 NOV 2015
Narracje 7: Smugglers
Nowy Port, Gdansk, Poland
Katka Blajchert, Aleksandra Ciapka, Witosław Czerwonka, Monika Drożyńska, Andris Eglītis, Klara Hobza, Jon Irigoyen, Łukasz Jastrubczak, Olga Jitlina, Alejandro Ramirez, Flo Kasearu, Daniel Knorr, Olga Kowalska, Xawery Wolski, Adrian ‘Lipskee’ Lipiński, Michał Iwlof, Odnawianko, Zosia Martin, Maja Zaleska, Michał Szymończyk, Patrycja Orzechowska, Pomme de Terre, Hans Rosenström, Lisa Torell, Anu Vahtra, Małgorzata Wesołowska, Gabriela Warzycka-Tutak, Anna Wesołowska–Owczarska
Curated by Anna Smolak
11 SEP – 26 OCT 2015
Why is the remote always so far away
18 JULY – 23 AUG 2015
The Vanishing Point of History
L’Été Photographique de Lectoure
Larry Achiampong, Bertille Bak, Eric Baudelaire, David Birkin, David Blandy, Matthew Buckingham, Sarah Dobai, Mounir Fatmi, Joachim Koester, Rä di Martino, Melik Ohanian, Uriel Orlow, Marco Poloni, Hans Rosenström and Lina Selander
Curated by Catsou Roberts
5 JUNE – 2 AUG 2015
Ett kluvet hus – Den ena
Galleri Elverket, Ekenäs, Finland
5 JUNE – 2 AUG 2015
Ett kluvet hus – Den andra
Sinne, Helsinki, Finland
31 MAY 2015
“The frustrated witness”: realizing near misses within temporary exhibitions.
Symposium by Flis Holland, with Florian Dombois, Hans Rosenström, and Juuso Tervo.
The University of the Arts Helsinki organizes a Research Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale. This first Research Pavilion consists of an international contemporary art exhibition and a platform for events featuring artistic research. Deploying the theme of “Experimentality,” the dynamic between artistic research and contemporary art will be articulated.
Commissioner: Anita Seppä
Curators: Jan Kaila and Henk Slager
Coordination: Academy of Fine Arts, University of the Arts Helsinki
ARS FENNICA 2015
The candidates for the Ars Fennica art award 2015 have been announced. The nominated artists for the biggest art prize in Finland are Laura Könönen, Outi Pieski, Hans Rosenström, Mika Taanila and artist duo Pink Twins (Vesa Vehviläinen and Juha Vehviläinen).
The candidates have been selected by the Award Panel: chair Leena Niemistö, MD, members sculptor Markus Kåhre, painter Elina Merenmies and Museum Director Pirkko Siitari.
The award includes a monetary prize of 40 000 euro, an e-catalogue of works by the winner and an exhibition at Hämeenlinna Art Museum in autumn 2015.
The award is granted by the Henna and Pertti Niemistö Ars Fennica Art Foundation. In 2015 the Ars Fennica is being awarded for the 22nd time. The purpose of the award is to open up new international contacts for the Finnish art world, to encourage artists in their creative work, and to promote interest in contemporary art among the general public.
In 2015 award winner will be chosen by curator and writer Charles Esche.
23 NOV 2014 – 29 MARCH 2015
Theater of the Mind
Cranbrook Art Museum
Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA
Bruce Nauman, Roni Horn, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Anthony McCall, Dunne & Raby/Michael Anastassiades, Marcelline Delbecq, Marcos Luytens, Adam Lee Miller, Hans Rosenström
Curated by Laura Mott
5 DEC 2014 – 1 MAR 2015
Sound, Image, Experience
Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art
James Andean, Risto-Pekka Blom, IC-98, Antti Immonen, Saara-Maria Kariranta, Hannu Karjalainen, Jouna Karsi, Juhana Moisander, Merja Nieminen, Taneli Rautiainen, Hans Rosenström, Emma Rönnholm, Heidi Tikka, Videokaffe, Kati Åberg
22 JAN 2015
Talk Art/ Talk Society: How Does Art Gain Visibility?
The Finnish Institute in London
Unit 1, 3 York Way
London N1C 4AE
The Finnish Institute in London launches a new talk series at their new location in King’s Cross. The Talk Art / Talk Society series brings together Finnish and British experts to an informal chat engaging the audience. The talks will focus on different topics and are followed by informal drinks and networking.
The topic of the first talk is How Does Art Gain Visibility? The speakers are Finnish artist Hans Rosenström and British art critic and curator James Putnam. The director of the Finnish institute, Pauliina Ståhlberg will moderate the talk.
7 NOV 2014 – 13 DEC 2014
Confusion in her eyes that says it all
Tamsin Casswell, Jennifer Douglas, Hans Rosenström
Curated by Maria Stenfors
Anastasia Ax, Emma Helle, Olli Keränen, Maija Luutonen, Teemu Korpela, Hans Rosenström
Curated by Aura Seikkula
Initiatives for Individuality gives a content and concept driven introduction to the Finnish contemporary art scene. The selection of galleries and art spaces showcases a variety of actors from the independent to the commercial, from the agency to the collaborator. With this focus, the project presents how the multifaceted scene facilitates for and develops contemporary art, its processes and productions.
The participating artists are internationally exhibiting, conceptually individual and methodologically distinct. All their practices have a dialogic relation to a site of operation. With the variety of mediums the project takes into account the countless, cutting-edge installation possibilities at UNTITLED.
Aura Seikkula is a curator and researcher based in Stockholm, where she is curator for the Artipelag Konsthall.
Vernissage: Monday, December 1, 6pm – 9pm (by invitation only)
VIP Preview: Tuesday, December 2, 3pm – 7pm (VIP card holders only)
Open to the Public:
December 3 Wednesday – 3pm – 7pm
December 4 Thursday – 11am – 7pm
December 5 Friday – 11am – 7pm
December 6 Saturday – 11am – 7pm
December 7 Sunday – 11am – 4pm
7 JUNE 2014 – 6 JULY 2014
Divisions – and Other Possibilities
Helsinki Contemporary, Helsinki, Finland
12 MARCH 2014 – 12 MAY 2014
Encounter: Listening to the City
Maraya Art Centre, Sharjah, UAE
Encounter: Listening to the City explores how individuals carve out autonomous spaces of agency and self-expression and forge new communities in a rapidly changing urban environment. Encounter invites the public to experience and engage with the sound installations presented in the Maraya Art Park in shipping containers, covered walkways and other sites.
Kapwani Kiwanga, Hans Rosenström, Joe Namy, Deniz Uster, Maitha Bin Demithan, Hind Mezaina and Ala Ebtekar
Curated by Ali MacGilp
29 JAN 2014 – 1 MARCH 2014
In Good Faith
Finnish Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
28 SEPT 2013 – 5 JAN 2014
Acting in the City
Norrköpings Konstmuseum, Norrköping, Sweden
Johanna Adebäck, Falah Alani, Catti Brandelius, Ylva Ceder, Carl Johan De Geer, Claudia Djabbari, Öyvind Fahlström, Unni Gjertsen, Jeppe Hein, Fredrik Ilmarson, Matti Kallioinen, Martin Karlsson Tebus, Local A: Jenny Berntsson and Felice Hapetzeder, Carsten Nicolai, Katarina Nitsch, Stina Opitz, Hans Rosenström, Natasha Rosling
Curated by Susanne Ewerlöf
04 SEPT 2013 – 24 NOV 2013
Minneskonst/Art of Memory
Bonniers konsthall, Stockholm
Art of Memory is a series of exhibitions at Bonniers Konsthall and surrounding museums that discusses today’s conceptions of memory and history. Through lectures, performances and a publication the exhibition offers parallel stories about the past – stories that question how memories, individual and collective, real or constructed, build both our past and our future.
At Bonniers Konsthall, three parallel solo exhibitions will be shown within the galleries where each artist is given the opportunity to exhibit a comprehensive series of works within the new context of the surrounding artistries. Outside of the konsthall, a ring of works by participating artists will be presented at the Observatory Museum, Jewish Museum, Strindberg Museum, Music and Theatre Library, Stockholm Public Library, Haunted Palace (Scheffler´s Palace) and Vasaparken in relation to the various museum collections.
Raqs Media Collective
18 SEPT 2013
Salon: Artists and researchers in dialogue
Artist Hans Rosenström chats with Johan Redin, music critic and researcher in aesthetics at Södertörn University
6 pm – 7 pm at Bonniers Konsthall
1 NOV 2013 – 24 NOV 2013
In Good Faith
Solo Exhibition, Konstfabriken, Hörnan
16 AUG 2013 – 21 OCT 2013
The Invisible Lady
Amos Anderson Art Museum, Helsinki
The Invisible Lady is a reference to Stina Krook, a real life Finnish philanthropist, and the foundation that bears her name. Four young Finnish artists – Aurora Reinhard, Pilvi Takala, Erkka Nissinen and Hans Rosenström – have come together to build an exhibition, with a separate section dedicated to each. Together, they explore social identities, the individual blending into their surroundings and the act of becoming invisible without disappearing entirely.
Part of Helsinki Festival and in cooperation with Stina Krooks stiftelse.
Curated by Kai Kartio and Kaj Martin
9 OCT 2013 – 13 OCT 2013
A Part and the Whole
Solo exhibition, Litteratursymposiet i Odda
Nitrogenanlegget, Odda Smelteverk, Norway
Curated by Marie Nerland
21 JUNE 2013 – 09 SEPT 2013
Nouvelles Vagues: The Black Moon
Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Nouvelles Vagues is a large-scale event involving 21 young curators from 13 different countries, selected by a jury from over 500 candidates, working individually or in groups.
“The Black Moon”
With: Boris Achour, John Bock, Talia Chetrit, Sophie Dubosc, Latifa Echakhch, Carl Johan Högberg, Pierre Huyghe, Julien Langendorff, Joanna Lombard, Ursula Mayer, Melvin Moti, Isabel Nolan, Ylva Ogland, Erik Pirolt, Emilie Pitoiset, Agnieszka Polska, Hans Rosenström, Martin Soto Climent, Linda Tedsdotter
Curated by Sinziana Ravini
04 MAY 2013 – 18 AUG 2013
24 Spaces – A Cacophony (The Living Art Museum)
Malmö Konsthall, Sweden
The 24 Spaces exhibition literally creates spaces for non-commercial activities. For the exhibition, Malmö Konsthall will be divided into 24 spaces of 80 square metres each. The Living Art Museum (Nýló) is an artist-run institution in Reykjavik with a focus on experiments in the visual arts. Participating artists in the Living Art Museum’s space:
Deirdre M. Donoghue
23 MAY 2013 – 23 JUNE 2013
Public art exhibition
St Petersburg, Russia
Now in its second edition, Critical Mass is an international public art project that aims to produce knowledge about public space as a platform for open critical discussion. Critical Mass is organised by the Creative Association of Curators (TOK), and takes place in the Frunzensky district of St. Petersburg
Joanna Rajkowska (Poland)
Hans Rosenström (Finland)
Gareth Kennedy (Ireland)
Stas Bags and Konstantin Fedorov (Russia)
Annika Eriksson (Sweden)
Egor Shmonin and Alexei Kubasov (Russia)
Curated by Anna Bitkina and Maria Veits
05 APR 2013 – 14 APR 2013
Real time art festival
Gretar Reynisson (IS), Tumi Magnússon (IS), Tova Mozard (SE), Sigrún Hrólfsdóttir (IS), Rebekka Moran (US), Ragnheiður Gestsdóttir (IS), Ragnar Kjartansson (IS), Meriç Algün-Ringborg (TR/SE), Martha Wilson (US), Magnús Sigurðarson (IS), Magnús Logi Kristinsson (IS), Kristleifur Björnsson (IS), Hans Rosenström (SE/FI), Guido van der Werve (NL/FI), Eva Ísleifsdóttir (IS), Erla Silfá Þorgrímsdóttir (NO), Eygló Harðardóttir & Ríkharður H. Friðriksson (IS), Emily Wardill (UK), Curver Thoroddsen (IS), Aleesa Cohene (CA)
Curated by Markús Þór Andrésson
07 FEB 2013 – 10 MAR 2013
In Good Faith
Curated by Piia Oksanen
02 NOV 2012 – 03 MAR 2013
KIASMA – Museum of Contemporary Art
Lauri Anttila, Miroslaw Balka, Christian Boltanski, Sergey Bratkov, Søren Dahlgaard, Joakim Eskildsen, Maria Friberg, Ivan Grubanov, Michal Heiman, IC-98, Dzamil Kamanger , Sanna Kannisto, Otto Karvonen, Kaisu Koivisto, Anne Koskinen, Heta Kuchka, Karri Kuoppala, Riikka Kuoppala, Mikko Kuorinki, Tuomas Aleksander Laitinen & Tatu Tuominen, Ville Lenkkeri, Peter Liversidge, Sami Lukkarinen, Pekka Luukkola, Andreas Lycke, Gintaras Makarevicius, Cildo Meireles, Boris Mihailov, Mox Mäkelä, Esko Männikkö, Janne Nabb & Maria Teeri, Maija Närhinen, Anu Pennanen, Harri Pälviranta, Tuomo Rainio, Jasper Rigole, Hans Rosenström, Topi Ruotsalainen, Janne Räisänen, Perttu Saksa, Elina Saloranta, Karin Sander, Lindsay Seers, Jari Silomäki, Axel Straschnoy, Petri Summanen, Outi Sunila, Anne Tamminen, Pauliina Turakka Purhonen, Kari Vehosalo, Lawrence Weiner, Darius Ziura
Curated by Eija Aarnio, Leevi Haapala, Saara Hacklin, Patrik Nyberg
29 AUG 2012 – 26 SEP 2012
Volumi contrastanti / Kontrasterande volymer
Italian Culture Institute
Maria Andersson, Marco Di Giuseppe, Karin Lindh, Elena Mazzi, Malin Pettersson Öberg and Hans Rosenström.
Curated by Elina Suoyrjö and Rosario Sorbello
08 JUN 2012 – 23 SEP 2012
Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova
Curated by Pamela Andersson and Laura Boxberg
16 AUG 2012 – 26 AUG 2012
Performing Arts Festival
Groningen, The Netherlands
04 JUL 2012 – 07 JUL 2012
International Theatre Festival
24 MAY 2012 – 03 JUN 2012
Undergo. The Parallels
Group exhibition that takes place in Tbilisi pedestrian underground passages.
The project is organised by GeoAIR and curated by Nini Palavandishvili
Underground passages at: Baratashvili Bridge; Kolmeurneoba Sq.; Leonidze Str. (Freedom Sq.); Kashveti Church / 1st public school; Opera and Ballet State Theatre; Rose Revolution /Republic Sq.; Kostava / Belinski Str.; Heroes Sq.; Vake Park; Kipshidze Str.
Agnieszka Pokrywka, Alex Axinte/Cristi Borcan as studioBASAR, Alicja Rogalska, Andrea Schneemeier, ART Laboratory, Elizabeth White/William Alfonso Arbizu, Frauke Schmidt/Jan Paul Herzer/Max Kullmann, Giorgi Kvinikadze, Hans Rosenstrom, Helmut Kandl, Irina Kurtishvili/Andreas M. Kaufmann, Jonathan Karkut/Julie Scott/Torange Khonsari as Public Works, Katharina Stadler, Keto Logua, Konstantine Mindadze, Kote Sulaberidze, Ludwig Kittinger/ Fernando Mesquita as Ve.Sch, Mamuka Samkharadze, Mariann Opplinger/Sophie Hoffer/Koka Vashakidze, Natalie Nebieridze, Nuka Megrelishvili, Oliver Ressler, Romana Schmalisch, Stefan Rusu, Tamar Gurgenidze, Tamuna Karumidze, Tilmann Meyer-Faje, Vasil Macharadze, Mariam Besiashvili/Inga Samkharadze/Tamar Caduneli/Ruska Abesadze, David Chikhladze, Koka Ramishvili, Niko Tsetskhladeze, Mamuka Tsetskhladze, Lia Shvelidze, Gia Rigvava, Oleg Timchenko, Mamuka Japharidze documented in Archive Material.
25 MAR 2012 – 14 APR 2012
So You Say
Jessie McIllhenney, Katie Collins, Miriam Bäckström, Pål Sommelius, Will Box, ZBR Production (Jennifer Rainsford, Lena Christina Bergendahl and Rut Karin Zettergren), Hans Rosenström and Dominic Redfern
Curated by Anabelle Lacroix & Dominic Redfern
Participating artists: Romeo Castellucci (Italy), Monika Pormale (Latvia), Mareunrol’s (Latvia), Anna Viebrock (Germany), Bohdan Holomíček (Czech Republic) and Hans Rosenström (Finland).
23 SEP 2011 – 12 FEB 2012
Reflective Shadow. 10 Contemporary Artists from Finland
Malin Ahlsved, Axel Antas, H.C. Berg, Mi Duncker, Saara Ekström, Lotta Ingman, Marjo Levlin, Nina Roos, Hans Rosenström and Kim Simonsson
Curated by: Leevi Haapala
PRIZE 2011 The 2011 recipient of the Finnish Art Association Ducat prize (Dukaattipalkinto).
05 NOV 2011 – 11 DEC 2011
NORDIC ART TODAY Conceptual depts, broken dreams, new horizons
Loft Project ETAGI
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Tatiana Akhmetgalieva, Kasper Akhøj, Lene Berg, Eva la Cour, Nanna Debois Buhl, Leander Djønne, Silas Emmery, Steingrim ur Eyfjörd, Gunndis Yr Finnbogadottir, Bodil Furu, Ivan Galuzin, Goksøyr & Martens, Allen Grubesic, Tamar Guimaraes, Bjørn-Kowalski Hansen, Goran Hassanpour, Siri Hermansen, IC-98, Unnar Örn Jonasson & Olivia Plender, Vlad Kulkov, Anna Lindal, Bjarki Bragason, Dorinel Marc, Hans Rosenström, Soap Group, Stas Bugs, Johan Thurfjell, Grigory Yushchenko, Jani Ruscica, Johan Zetterquist
The concept of the exhibition was developed by the international curatorial team consisting of Kari J. Brandtzaeg (Norway), Birta Guðjonsdottir (Iceland), Anna Bitkina (Russia), Power Ekroth (Sweden), Aura Seikkula (Finland) and Simon Sheikh (Denmark)
25 OCT 2011 – 26 OCT 2011
International Festival of Performing Arts
18 JUN 2011 – 02 OCT 2011
The 6th MOMENTUM BIENNIAL
IMAGINE BEING HERE NOW
The 6th Momentum Biennial, held in Moss, Norway, is predicated upon a conviction that the complexities of orientating the world depend on factors of memory and imagination that inevitably transpire within time and space. Indeed, we tend to emphasize the latter when considering human experience, but for each individual time and space expands back and forth, up and down and even sideways (to whatever elements each person takes into consideration at any given moment). The inherent present of each individual not only extends to momentary impressions but to his or her past as well as their expectations of the future, owing to the fact that we have the ability to imagine being somewhere else entirely, in any other place at any other time.
Øystein Aasan (NO), Caroline Achaintre (FR), Harpa Árnadóttir (IS), Michael Baers (US), Margrét H. Blöndal (IS), Paolo Bottarelli (IT), KP Brehmer (DE), Elina Brotherus (FI), Heman Chong (SG), Bruce Conner (US), Jason Dodge (US), Aleksandra Domanović (RS), Leif Elggren (SE), Luca Frei (SE), Ellie Ga (US), Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir (IS), Hamza Halloubi (MA), Magnús, Logi Kristinsson (IS), Matti Kujasalo (FI), Oliver Laric (AU), Karl Larsson (SE), Ann Lislegaard (NO), The Long Now Foundation (US), Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio (IT), Katarina Löfström (SE), Daniel Medina (VE), Maria Miesenberger (SE), Naeem Mohaiemen (BD), Ulrike Mohr (DE), Eadweard Muybridge (UK), Simon Dybbroe Møller (DK), Rosalind Nashashibi (UK), Ioana Nemes (RO), Finnbogi Pétursson (IS), Prinz Gholam (LB/DE), Raqs Media Collective (IN), Mandla Reuter (ZA), Nikolai von Rosen (DE), Hans Rosenström (FI), Andreas Siqueland (NO), SEXTAGS (NO), Simon Starling (UK), Fiete Stolte (DE), Superflex (DK), Ines Tartler (DE), Roi Vaara (FI), Kjell Varvin (NO), Bettina Camilla Vestergaard (DK), Wooloo (DK), George Young (UK)
The curators of the 6th Momentum Biennial are (click here to read more):
Aura Seikkula, FI
Christian Skovbjerg Jensen, DE
Marianne Zamecznik, NO
Markús Thór Andrésson, IS
Theodor Ringborg, SE
28 SEP 2011
Festival Divadelna Nitra
A part of the Intersection program from Prague Quadrennial will be shown in the festival in Nitra. Mikado will be showed on the 28th of September.
Monika Pormale (Latvia)
Hans Rosenström (Finland)
Terike Haapoja (Finland)
Dace Džeriņa (Latvia)
24 SEP 2011 – 26 SEP 2011
“Second Worlds” – the theme of this year’s steirischer herbst – sets out in search of cultural,
social, political and psychological parallel worlds: as conceptual alternatives, models of thought,
levers for a change of paradigm that suddenly allow us to see things differently. Even with a
minor shift of perspective and parameters, things start to slide: adjust the focus and what is clear becomes blurred, what is blurred becomes clear, and we recognise different structures,
different layers, different realities.
Participating artist in the Intersection program:
Joao Galante / Ana Borralho
03 SEP 2011 – 09 SEP 2011
International Festival of Contemporary Theatre
Participating artists in the INTERSECTION program:
08 JUL 2011 – 17 JUL 2011
International Theatre Festival
Participating artists in the INTERSECTION program:
DACE DŽERIŅA (LV)
HARUN FAROCKI (D)
MONIKA PORMALE (LV)
HANS ROSENSTRÖM (FIN)
ULLA VON BRANDENBURG (D/F)
16 JUN 2011 – 26 JUN 2011
Intimacy and Spectacle
Prague Czech Republic
Intersection: Intimacy and Spectacle is a special international project of the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space 2011 that explores space as creator of the audience/viewer and visual art/theatre relationship and performance as an important element of different art and cultural disciplines, focusing on performance design and scenography as an interdisciplinary field.
Nathaniel Mellors // Ana Borralho & João Galante // Markus Schinwald // Mareunrol’s // Brett Bailey /the Third World Bunfight// Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio // Hooman Sharifi / Impure Company // Ilya and Emilia Kabakov // Monika Pormale // Hans Rosenström // Anna Viebrock / Till Exit // Josef Bolf // Josef Nadj // Guerra de la Paz // Monika Pormale // Terike Haapoja // Egon Tobiáš // Elevator Repair Service // Ioana Mona Popovici / Simon Vincenzi // Ulla von Brandenburg // Caroline Evans / Hansjorg Schmidt // Bohdan Holomíček / Eva Hrubá // Abbey Theatre // Harun Farocki // Dace Džeriņa // Paul Divjak // Dejan Kaludjerović
05 MAR 2011 – 07 MAY 2011
Gifts of Intimacy
Curated by William Easton
27 APR 2011
Mikado | Hans Rosenström
A talk with Stephen Fortune and Renee Carmichael at 6:30 PM.
The Pigeon Wing
08 APR 2011 – 30 APR 2011
The Pigeon Wing
Curated by Lisa Baldini
11 FEB 2011 – 20 MAR 2011
Du utan jag
Moderna Museet Studio
Curated by Camilla Carlberg and Lena Malm
03 DEC 2010 – 19 DEC 2010
Galleri Sinne, Pro Artibus
17 NOV 2010 – 21 NOV 2010
International Theatre Festival
22 SEP 2010 – 26 SEP 2010
International Theatre Festival
Teaterhuset Avant Garden
Ann Liv Young
Heine Røsdal Avdal & Yukiko Shinozaki
Maike Lond & Riina Maidre & Von Krahl Teater
Benestvedt / Wrånes-Produksjoner
Hooman Sharifi / Impure Company
25 AUG 2010 – 07 SEP 2010
REAL PRESENCE 10
Belgrade City Museum – Konak Kneginje Ljubice /
Palazzo Italia – Italian Cultural Institute / Cervantes Institute / Goethe-Institut /
Gallery SCC – Students Cultural Centre / Gallery Zvono / Gallery REMONT
Curated by Biljana Tomic and Dobrila Denegri
nKA / ICA, Independent Cultural Association, Belgrade, Serbia
12 JUN 2010 – 26 SEP 2010
Spellbound by Stories – Narratives in Contemporary Art
The Lönnström Art Museum
Curated by Juha-Heikki Tihinen
09 APR 2010 – 25 APR 2010
MAP – Mobile Art Production
The exhibition will take place in the area of Avenyn, the central avenue in Gothenburg.
Marianne Lindberg de Geer
Good TV (LouLou Cherinet, Michele Masucci och Juan-Pedro Fabre)
Curated by Magdalena Malm
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Mobile Art Production
01 JAN 2010 – 24 MAR 2010
Residency at IASPIS – International Artist Studio Program in Sweden
26 MAR 2010 – 27 MAR 2010
Open House at Iaspis
Iaspis, Konstnärsnämnden, Maria skolgata 83
Can Altay, Istanbul
Lina Bjerneld, Stockholm
Daniel Eatock, London
Fatale: Katarina Bonnevier + Meike Schalk, Stockholm
Sönke Hallmann, Berlin
Mako Ishizuka, Kobe/Stockholm
Lina Issa, Amsterdam
Armando Lulaj, Tirana
Tom McCarthy, London
Jesper Nordahl, Stockholm
Carl Palm, Stockholm
Christodoulos Panayiotou, Cyprus/Berlin
Hans Rosenström, Helsinki
Ingo Vetter, Stockholm
Guest producer Sinziana Ravini