Exhibition : Women Powerful and Powerless Virtual Exhibition: 19 January – 19 July 2015 One of the hallmarks of the Teutloff Photo + Video Collection is that although it’s focused on the human body, it always carries a distinct political component. This fact created the idea for a so far unknown vantage point on the Collection – a "woman’s view" became the new approach for a virtual exhibition.
Under the heading "Women: Powerful and Powerless" previously ignored or even discounted links between works and exciting new issues and areas of interest are opened – and I say this without any wish to enter the hotly contested ground of feminist polemics. The feminine view of the collection moves in the field of tension between birth, religion, politics, sexuality, beauty and body protest. It ...
The virtuell exhibition « The Face of Freedom » at Deutscher Reichstag
The Teutloff Collection goes Virtual!
"The Face of Freedom"
A virtuell Exhibition at Deutscher Reichstag curated by Prof. Klaus Honnef
The fruit of 40 years of collecting and many decades of collaboration with international museums, the exhibitions of the Teutloff Photo + Video Collection can now be viewed, browsed and enjoyed in our new virtual museum by people all over the world!
Leading international curators create exhibitions presented in settings appropriate to the subjects they engage with. It’s a highly democratic and socially committed way to open up the Teutloff Collection to a wide global audience.
In an unprecedented innovation, individual exhibitions will be staged in public buildings with a close connection to the part...
SWITCHER SEX-Video Works and Photography from the Teutloff CollectionSlought Foundation, Philadelphia is pleased to announce the first exhibition of works from the Teutloff Collection, Germany, featuring a selection of international artists whose film and video works examine the varied manifestations of the human body in contemporary society. The exhibition will be on display in the galleries at Slought Foundation from December 12, 2007 - February 9, 2008; the opening reception will take place on Saturday, January 19th, 2007 from 6:30-8:30pm. The works featured in this exhibition will be selected by Osvaldo Romberg, Senior Curator at Slought Foundation;
featuring video works by donigan cumming, tracey emin, sigalit landau, bjørn melhus, patricia piccinini, michael rees, una szeemann, zhou xiaohu, and peter weibel; photographs by diane arbus, matthew barney, katharina bosse, hen...