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Imagen: installation “365 days”. Photo: © Pep Herrero

María María Acha-Kutscher, the founder of the virtual women’s museum HERSTORYMUSEUM in Madrid is opening the exhibition Womankind on 22nd March 2019 in Barcelona.

Inauguración/opening: marzo 22, 2019, 19 h
LA VIRREINA CENTRE DE LA IMATGE
La Rambla, 99, Barcelona

Curator: Valentín Roma

This exhibition brings together various series of works under the title Womankind (2010-2015), a long term project with which María María Acha-Kutscher (Lima, 1968) provides a critical analysis of those imaginaries tha have constructed a discriminatory, paternalistic history of women since the birth of photography.

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Comisario: Valentín Roma Esta exposición reúne diversas series de trabajos englobadas bajo el título de Womankind (2010-2015), un proyecto de largo recorrido con el que María María Acha-Kutscher (Lima, 1968) investiga críticamente aquellos imaginarios que, desde el nacimiento de la fotografía, construyeron una historia visual de las mujeres paternalista y discriminatoria.

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The Frauenmuseum Wiesbaden is opening the exhibition ‘The art of remembrance. Alice Salomon (1872-1948)‘ 2. September 2018 — 10. February 2019

Exiled from Germany in 1937, Alice Salomon died in New York, alone, in August 1948. The same year in December, Swiss artist DESSA (Deborah Sharon Abeles) was born in Southern Rhodesia, today Zimbabwe.
Who was Alice Salomon? Social reformer, educator, feminist, economist and peace activist, Alice Salomon founded the Social School for Women in Berlin in 1908. Only recently did the artist herself learn about the intensive life and achievements of this extraordinary woman pioneer to whom we owe so much. The more the artist read and learned about Alice Salomon, the more parallels and echoes between their personal and international lives came to light.
DESSA revives our collective memory. She uses various techniques to create a tangible approach to Alice Salomon’s life: paintings, collages, objects, installations and an imaginary conversation together form a thorough narrative. The frauen museum wiesbaden presents this exhibition for the first time to coincide with 70 years since Alice Salomon’s death.
A book published by Verlag Hentrich & Hentrich accompanies the exhibition.

DESSA lives and works in Berlin and in Pully, Switzerland.

 

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The Women’s Museum Berlin is inviting to two new exhibitions to each of which will be published a catalogue.

 

11 July 2018 – 31 August 2018

6. Heim_Spiel
Painting | Installation | Photography | Video
 
In Lichtenberg living or working artists were invited to deal with the term “home” in a site-related, but also critical in the broad sense. The exhibition shows nine selected artistic positions. A cooperation of the Frauenmuseum Berlin e.V. and the rk- Galerie für zeitgenössische Kunst.

Painting, photography, video, graphics and installation by the artists living or working in Lichtenberg, Ruth Biller, Liat Grayver, Elisa Haug, Olivia Martin Moore, Michaela Nasoetion, Christine Stark, Anja Teske, Anita Stöhr Weber and Maria Vedder. The title Heim_Spiel emphasizes the site-relatedness of the exhibition, in which the artists deal with home between prefabricated buildings, Late Ice and cacti.

A catalogue will be published to accompany the exhibition. Supported by the Municipal Galleries Exhibition Fund of the Senate Department of Culture and Europe.

 

 

Opening on Friday, 13 July at 20:00

Pionierpflanzen und weiterer Wildwuchs

17 artists of the Women’s Museum Berlin are taking part in this exhibition.

 

 

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During the art festival 48h Neukölln in Berlin the artists of the Women’s Museum Berlin will exhibit their works and ask visitors to enter the exhibition room alone or in pairs. Visitors are invited to communicate their true impressions about the art works. In the center is the question: How do I perceive art, and how do I express my feelings about it? Which vocabulary do I have for that?

Any visitor who has truly dealt with art and has written down his words will be rewarded with an FMB cloth bag – REAL TIME ART *.

Participating artists:

Caroline Armand, Andrea Golla, Susanne Kienbaum, Rachel Kohn, Zuzanna Schmukalla, Annette Selle, Sibylla Weisweiler und Elgin Willigerodt.

Place: Ground floor Neuköllner Arcaden, Karl-Marx-Straße/Flughafenstraße

Opened:

Friday 18 – 22

Saturday 10 – 22

Sunday 10 – 19

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HERSTORYMUSEUM was created by artist María María Acha-Kutscher as a virtual museum in 2017. Now the museum opened the first exhibition. We congratulate!

OTHERNESS is the first online exhibition of HERSTORYMUSEUM showing special visions from the past centuries of representations of women from colonized, groups created by female artists from dominant groups, where –without discarding the contradictions– the presence of the Otherness is not so evident, perhaps because they have been conceived by women. As Simone de Beauvoir argued: The Other of Man is Woman (1952).

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