- Solo Broelmuseum De Paardenstallen Kortrijk Belgium
- Group Faceless Museum Quartiers Vienna Austria
- Core Program Ballarat International Foto Biennale Australia
Broelmuseum Kortrijk Belgium presents
You are invited to the opening of Hester Scheurwater' s solo at
De Paardenstallen Broelmuseum Kortrijk Belgium at 25 may 16.00 .
Opening by Sacha Bronwasser.
Sacha Bronwasser (born 1968) is an art-historian who writes and speaks on contemporary art and film. She is a regular contributor to the daily newspaper De Volkskrant, works for the International Filmfestival Rotterdam and is co-director of Cinema Zuid. In 2011 her first book was published, Zo Werken Wij (This is How We Work), ten portraits of influential Dutch artists.
Hester Scheurwater part of :
Facelessness at the MuseumsQuartier Wien 28-6-2013 -1-9-2012
The exhibition FACELESS at freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL explores the phenomenon of inescapable recognizability in the media and the resulting strategies of media users to become virtually faceless. FACELESS takes a radical look at this fairly recent phenomenon of everyday media culture and shows how it manifests in visual art, fashion, photography, advertising, and dance. The show features works by artists like Marina Abramović, Thorsten Brinkmann, Peter William Holden, and Maison Martin Margiela as well as projects created by unknown Internet dwellers. Opening: June 27, 19:00
Marina Abramović (SRB/USA), Martin Backes (GER), Thorsten Brinkmann (GER), Asger Carlsen (DEN/USA), Paul DeFlorian (AUT/GER), D+M (Dora Budor & Maja Cule) (CRO/USA), Caron Geary (GBR), Harem Royal (SRB), David Haines (GBR/NED), Stefan Hechenberger (AUT), Sabi van Hemert (NED), Peter William Holden (GBR/GER), Ute Klein (GER), Nienke Klunder (GBR), Zachari Logan (CAN), Maison Martin Margiela (BEL), Ismaël Moumin (BEL), Ana Rajcevic (SRB/GBR), Mustafa Sabbagh (ITA), Daniel Sannwald (GER), Frank Schallmaier (NED), Hester Scheurwater (NED), Levi van Veluw (NED), Viktor & Rolf (NED), Anne de Vries (NED), Addie Wagenknecht (USA), Bernhard Willhelm (GER), WOODKID (FRA). Some of the artists will prepare their works as artists-in-residence at the MuseumsQuartier.
CORE PROGRAM - Ballarat International Foto Biënnale Australia
17 August – 15 September 2013
Ballarat Victoria Australia
See some of the best in contemporary photography from Australia and beyond. The Core Program is a curated exhibition of Australian and International artists representing some of the best and most innovative contemporary photographic practice. With a focus on new work and a diverse curatorial approach the Core Program is a prestigious exhibition program staged across eight unique heritage buildings in Ballarat, Victoria. Twenty Artists from Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Germany, Israel, United States of America, South Korea, United Kingdom and Sweden will be presenting exhibitions.