I was invited by Gewerbeverein Nagold to participate in the bi-yearly exhibition “Kunst auf Abwegen” in Nagold. I will be showing my “Winchester Arms” photo series in the offices of Uwe Cordes at Moltkestr 26, Nagold (Map).
The opening will be on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Alte Seminarturnhalle, Lange Str. 5, Nagold (Map) at 7pm. I will be there and would be delighted to see you. The exhibitions will be open until Oct. 13th.
Banner (c) Terez Kalábová, individual images by the individual artists
This Thursday, May 23rd at 6pm at
Park Lužánky, Brno, CZ (copy/paste
49°12'50.618"N, 16°36'29.518"E into a map service of your choice)
A little one-nite only photo exhibition will take place. Organized by Terez Kalábová, Břeťa Vomočil, Lukáš Schejbal, Peťa Polášková, Martin Půček, Pavel Vech, Nelleke Kruijmer (NL), Honza Bleha, Míra Zítko, Eunika Muntágová (SK) and myself (DE) (all CZ if not mentioned otherwise) will be showing between one to six photographies each. Terez writes:
Some pictures are home made in bathroom-style dark room (Martin Půček and Lukáš Schejbal), some people are using old cameras: me, Lukáš and Martin have Flexaret/Yashica, Eunika and Honza are using Lomo, Břéťa is combining digital and old style camera, Peťa, Pavel, Míra and Nelleke are having some digital stuff [Robin too]. Míra is also used to paint as well as I do. Nelleke has [an] incredibly terrible camera but her photos are amazing.
Originally, the exhibition was supposed to take place in an old factory, but the developer was to fast and it is guarded now. I am excited to be showing one picture there. I wish I could come to Brno myself and see the installation on clotheslines. Fortunately, I think, enough photographers will be there to document;-)
Posted in Bilder, Kultur, Robin sagt das ist Kunst
Tagged Art, arts, Brno, Břeťa Vomočil, Eunika Muntágová, Exhibition, Honza Bleha, Lukáš Schejbal, Martin Půček, Míra Zítko, Nelleke Kruijmer, Park Lužánky, Pavel Vech, Peťa Polášková, Photography, Terez Kalábová
I was invited by A Kassen (blogged about them here) to participate in Den Frie’s Summer exhibition, which they curate.
From Friday, June 22nd on until August 12th 2012, some of my Mail Art will be shown at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning. The opening is this Friday. The invitation reads:
On opening day there will be a performance by Simon Dybbroe Møller. In connection with the opening of LIFE CLOCK, we cordially invite you to our big summer-party at DEN FRIE Centre of contemporary art.
There will be food from Øbro Spisehus and beer on tap, all on Friday the 22. of June at 17-21.
Here is the poster for the exhibition and some text about it:
Thank you to everybody who suffered my sometimes seemingly requests for parts, comments and know-how in preparing my works for this show. I will be blogging some of them here.
If you can’t make it to the opening (but still are around some time until the exhibition closes in August), keep coming back. I will be sending new works to Den Frie until the beginning of August, which will be added to the ongoing exhibition.
I am looking forward to seeing works of all the other artists at the show on Friday. It sounds really promising.
As always, I’m happy about mail at:
Posted in Kultur, Mail Art, Robin sagt das ist Kunst
Tagged arts, Ausstellung, Copenhagen, Den Frie, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Exhibition, life clock, Mail Art, Opening, summer exhibition