Clemens Von wedemeyer
"The Other Sight" at the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), VilniusMorgane Tschiember (FR), Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet (FR), Virginie Yassef (FR), Ulla von Brandenburg (DE), Katinka Bock (DE), Martin Neumaier (DE), Simon Fujiwara (UK), Clemens von Wedemeyer (DE), Wilfrid Almendra (FR), Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz (CH/DE), Uriel Orlow (CH)
The exhibition was originally conceived to re-read and recollect contemporary history events since 1989, while today in light of recent political developments it acquired a new dimension as the world stands on the brink of a Cold War II.
The year 1989 was the time of numerous landmark events in the political and social life of Europe and the world like the fall of the Berlin Wall and the beginning of the Post-Cold War period. The same year Swiss scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, the first SMS messag...
Journeys With No ReturnA Foundation is the London focus of a touring exhibition to Istanbul, London and Berlin 2009/10. Inspired by the celebrated Turkish writer and political figure Nazim Hikmet's book of poems Journeys With No Return, this project explores reflections of Turkish migration on contemporary art.
Twelve artists from Germany, Great Britain and Turkey uncover themes around Turkish migration over the last 50 years in works that are new to UK audiences – six of which are unveiled for the first time. The artists balance the local with the global, their subjective sense of identity with cultural dissemination that potentially knows no borders. Using popular music, rap, cinematic conventions, anthropology and documentary they exploit archive images, cultural stereotypes and information systems. The artworks stretch from video,...
Freisteller Villa Romana Fellows 2008For the first time, the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin will introduce the recipients of the Villa Romana Fellowship. The exhibition will feature new paintings, installations, and videos by Dani Gal, Julia Schmidt, Aslı Sungu, and Clemens von Wedemeyer. The Villa Romana Fellowship, awarded to exceptional young talent since 1905, includes a stipend and a residency program, allowing fellows to live and work for ten months in the artists' house in Florence. This art prize is not just the oldest in Germany; it also represents Deutsche Bank's longest cultural commitment. The presentation at the Deutsche Guggenheim marks a new mile stone in the bank's partnership with the arts, while also continuing the series of exhibitions conceived by Deutsche Bank within its joint venture with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Freis...