June 1 – July 19, 2017

Julian Rosefeldt. Manifesto
Athens and Epidaurus Festival, Athens (solo show)

In his film installation Manifesto Julian Rosefeldt works with Australian actor Cate Blanchett to give new life to some of the most famous and provocative writings by artists of the modern era.

For further information see: www.greekfestival.gr

 

 

May 19 – September 17, 2017

Luther and the Avant-garde
Old Prison, Wittenberg (group show)

With Eija-Liisa Athila, Ólafur Elíasson, Ayşe Erkmen, Isa Genzken, Diango Hernández, Christian Jankowski, Mischa Kuball, Antje Majewski, Sebastian Riemer, Julian Rosefeldt, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Günther Uecker, Erwin Wurm, Zhang Peili a.o.

International contemporary art meets the spiritual figure of Luther — this is the starting point for the exhibition Luther and the Avant-garde presented by the Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur (Foundation for Art and Culture), in cooperation with Reformationsjubiläum 2017 e.V.

Julian Rosefeldt presents his film Asylum (Short film version, 2001/2002). The work sets out to examine and deconstruct the stereotypes associated with immigrant citizens and the idea of 'the Other'.

For further information see: www.luther-avantgarde.de


Julian Rosefeldt, Asylum, 2001/2002 © Julian Rosefeldt and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017

 

 

March 4 – June 4, 2017

The Inner Skin. Art and Shame
Marta, Herford (group show)

With Ulf Aminde, Louise Bourgeois, Michaël Borremans, Miriam Cahn, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Rineke Dijkstra, Albrecht Dürer, Bruce Gilden, Jamie Isenstein, Eva Kotátková, Boris Mikhailov, Shahryar Nashat, Yoko Ono, Jon Pylypchuk, Bojan Šarčević, Santiago Sierra, Jürgen Teller, Stefanie Trojan, Gillian Wearing, Erwin Wurm a.o.

Hardly any other emotion has such a profound effect on the person concerned as shame: our face turns red, we become lost for words, or would simply love to sink into the ground. Despite all the cultural differences, shame still affects almost every individual. Indeed, given the broad dissemination of nude images in the media, the subject appears more topical than ever. But can we actually diagnose a lowering of the shame threshold, or are we, on the contrary, observing an escalation of tabooisation? With humorous but also sensitive and moving contributions, the exhibition explores this familiar but inscrutable phenomenon.

Julian Rosefeldt presents his film Deep Gold (2013-2014) which recalls a grotesque version of the ‘Golden Age’ in Berlin. It functions as a fictional insert in Luis Buñuel’s scandalous movie L’Âge d'Or (1930), in which the two protagonists try to fulfil their lust for each other, but are constantly separated or disturbed by various obstacles.

For further information see: www.marta-herford.de/en/ausstellungen/die-innere-haut/ 

Julian Rosefeldt, Deep Gold, 2013/2014 © Julian Rosefeldt and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn