Exhibitions at Galerie Priska Pasquer
20 years Galerie PRISKA PASQUER
Japanese Photography and Art
What does it mean to live in cities today? This question is central to the photographic works of Pieter Hugo (*1976). The South African photo artist, who travelled through Africa while only in his early twenties – then still as a photo journalist for the New York Times and other publications – captures above all the corporeal presence of people in their respective, often conflict-ridden cultures. His urgent portraits come together to form a social tableau that depicts the current an… more
"Color is the visual key to understanding our social reality. That is precisely what I find interesting about the question of color – that artistic, social, scientific and also cultural aspects and components come together." – Hanno Otten
The current exhibition of the works of Hanno Otten (*1954) at | PRISKA PASQUER centres on the perception of color. Created since the mid-1990s, the “Colorblocks” and “Lichtbilder” series are photograms – … more
Tim Parchikov, one of the most important representatives of the new generation of Russian artists, laureate of the Kandinsky Prize for contemporary art (the Russian analogue of the British Turner Prize) is to exhibit his photo and video works at | PRISKA PASQUER.
Political and social systems are in a state of change at present. In the current solo exhibition of Tim Parchikov’s work at | PRISKA PASQUER, there is a clear sense of tense silence before drastic change. Looking at the worldwide… more
RINKO KAWAUCHI | QUOTE
“The sunset I see from the window of my home tonight is similar but different from what I saw yesterday. Every day is in a continuum of new days, each somehow different from the next. [...] Throughout the world, we are comrades who share grace, and share as well the challenges to overcome any number of difficult obstacles. Even if our paths never cross, we who exist now on the same Earth certainly share something, a shared time and a shared space.”
“Every age knows the limits of what can be said. To reach the limits of what can be said, one must intend to do it.” (Manfred Willmann)
In his artistic works, Manfred Willmann explores the outer limits of perception. His highly saturated colour photographs do not document the time and space in which they were created, but rather are an expression of the photo artist’s subjective observations. In its first exhibition of the Austrian artist’s work, Galerie Priska Pasquer i… more
Photography x Russian Avant-Garde
Sherrie Levine – August SanderJablonka Galerie and Galerie Priska Pasquer are pleased to present the exhibition “Sherrie Levine – August Sander”. This exhibition involves direct interaction between the artists’ works from both galleries. US artist Sherrie Levine created the series “After August Sander” specially for this exhibition. Sherrie Levine, who has just presented a major exhibition in New York’s Whitney Museum this winter, has – as a … more
Leiko Ikemura "Flame & Fire"Vernissage: Friday, October 28, 6pm-9pmExhibition: Oct 29, 2011 - Feb 2, 2012Galerie Priska Pasquer is delighted to be presenting an exhibition of the work of Japanese artist Leiko Ikemura. The title of the exhibition, "Flame & Fire", refers to both the sculptural production process as well as the content of the photo series, "sh-h", featured in the exhibition.The 2011 terracotta sculpture "head-r" shows the face of a yo… more
Japan 4 Nobuyoshi Araki, Daido Moriyama, Yutaka Takanashi, Shomei Tomatsu@ Jablonka Pasquer ProjectsVernissage: Friday, September 9, 6pm - 10pmExhibition: September 10 - October 29, 2011Tue - Fri 3pm - 6pm, Sa 12am - Lindenstr. 19, 50674 ColognePhone 49 221 email@example.comDaido Moriyama@ Galerie Priska PasquerVernissage: Friday, September 9, 6pm - 10pmExhibition: September 10 - October 29, 2011Tue - Fri 11am - 6pm, Sat 11am - 4pmAlbertusstr. 9-11 | 50667 ColognePh… more
LIEKO SHIGA - CANARYGalerie Priska Pasquer is pleased to present the “Canary” series by Japanese artist Lieko Shiga, for which she won the “Infinity Award (Young Photographer)” from the International Center of Photography, New York, in 2009.In “Canary”, Lieko Shiga combines personal accounts of people and local myths with her own personal memories, feelings and experiences to create fantastic, often perplexing scenarios. The works interact to form a complex, d… more
Stephan Crasneanscki hat seit dem Jahr 2000 mit seinen „Soundwalks“ international Aufmerksamkeit erhalten (u. a. mit Paul Auster am Ground Zero, New York und mit Gong Li in Peking).
Den Impuls solcher Ortsbegehungen aufnehmend hat der Künstler in den letzten Jahren Landschaften und Orte der Erinnerung in das Zentrum seiner fotografischen Arbeit gestellt. Waren es in der „Ulysses“ Serie nach Homer noch antike Orte der griechischen Mythologie, sind es in der aktuelle… more
Andy Warhol - Polaroids Vernissage: Friday, February 11, 6 pm - 9 pmExhibition: February 11 - April, 13, 2011Galerie Priska Pasquer is pleased to exhibit a selection of Polaroids by Andy Warhol.Andy Warhol was one of the most influential figures in contemporary art with his paintings, objects, drawings and other media. In the past years the Polaroid photographs - a lesser known, but nevertheless essential part of Warhol’s work - came into focus.The exhibition includes portraits of artists… more
KEN KITANO - OUR FACE16. November 2010 - 5. Februar 2011Vernissage: SAMSTAG, 13. November, 15 - 18 Uhr Der Künstler ist anwesendMit einer Einführung von Ferdinand BrüggemannDie Galerie Priska Pasquer freut sich die erste Einzelaussstellung von Ken Kitano in Deutschland zu präsentieren. Ken Kitano, 1968 geboren, arbeitet seit 1999 an dem Projekt "Our Face". Ausgehend von seinem Heimatland Japan portraitiert er Mitglieder gesellschaftlicher Gruppen, sozialer Verbä… more
A Glimmer in Silence
Friday, 3 September 2010, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
The artist will be present
With an introduction by Ferdinand Brueggemann
4 September – 2 November 2010
Opening times during the DC Open
Saturday, 4 September, 12 noon – 8 pm
Sunday, 5 September, 12 noon – 6 pm
To mark the ten-year anniversary of Galerie Priska Pasquer, we are delighted to present a selection of new works by Rinko Kawauchi.
With &ldquo… more
Vernissage: Freitag, 11. Juni 2010, 18 - 21 UhrDer Künstler ist anwesendMit einer Einführung von Ferdinand Brüggeman"I don't dream about anyone – except myself."The SmithsJugend und Kultur, Musik und Gesellschaft, Identität und die Suche danach – das sind die Themen, die die Arbeiten des Fotokünstlers Oliver Sieber bestimmen. Auf Spurensuche geht Sieber in subkulturellen Milieus, besucht Clubs, Konzerte oder illegale Partys in Los Angeles, Toronto, Tokyo, Osaka… more
Yutaka TakanashiTowards the CityGalerie Priska Pasquer is pleased to present an exhibition of the works of Japanese photographer Yutaka Takanashi, whom the gallery represents exclusively since the beginning of 2010.In the first overseas solo exhibition to be devoted to his works since the mid-1980s, a selection of Takanashi’s works from the period 1963 - 1974 will be featured.Yutaka Takanashi was one of the co-founders of the legendary "Provoke" group which revolutionised Japanese photography … more
Vernissage: Freitag, 12. März 2010, 18 - 21 Uhrmit einer Einführung von Ferdinand BrüggemannShomei Tomatsu (*1930) ist einer der bedeutendsten Nachkriegsfotografen Jpanas. Seine Fotografien zeigen die Veränderung der japanischen Gesellschaft seit den 1950er Jahren, einen unverfälschten Blick auf die Nachwirkungen der Atombome auf Nagasaki, den Einfluss des amerikanischen Militärs und des wirtschaftlichen Booms. Die Ausstellung präsentiert Arbeiten von Shomei Tomatsu aus der Zeit von 1950 … more
IKKO NARAHARA - Photographs from the 1950s to the 1970s
The Galerie Priska Pasquer is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in Germany by the Japanese photographer Ikko Narahara. A selection of photographs, ranging from his early work of the 1950s through to the major series "Where Time has Vanished" from the beginning of the 1970s will be on show.
The Galerie Priska Pasquer is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in Germany by the Japanese photographer Ikko Narahara. A select… more
Fotografische Arbeiten der 1920er bis 1970er Jahre
Galerie Priska Pasquer is proud to present the work of Japanese artist Mika Ninagawa. The exhibition includes photographs from her "Liquid Dreams" and "Acid Bloom" series.
Mika Ninagawa (* 1972) is one of her generation's most renowned and productive artists. Since 1997, she has published 35 photo books and produced television advertisements, CD covers and a music video, as well as directing the feature-length film "Sakuran", which was shown in the special programme of the Berlin International … more
We are pleased to present the series "half awake and half asleep in the water" by the Japanese artist Asako Narahashi in her first one-person exhibition in Europe.
The series of this Tokyo-born artist (1959) was made since the year 2000 on the coasts of Japan, and shows in unusual landscape photographs a new view of this country. Standing half in water, or swimming, Asako Narahashi photographed modern civilization as well as the characteristic symbols of Japan, such as Fuji Mountain, in connect… more
In her native Japan the 34 year old Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchi has become one of the most celebrated photographers her generation. After appearing in several museum exhibitions and festivals in Europe (among others "Rencontres de la Photographie", Arles; Fondation Cartier, Paris; Huis Marseille, Amsterdam: Photographers' Gallery, London) this exhibition will be the first extensive presentation of the photographer in Germany. Works from the series "Aila" (2004) as well a… more
25 Fotografien von 1930-37