I am happy to announce that I have been awarded the Foundwork Artist Prize 2020
Present and Upcoming Exhibitions:
BIG FUCK is now on view at Open Window, curated by Carola Uehlken and Arthur Debert.
Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
December 16, 2020 to January 8, 2021
An intervention in the Manual Model Museum
The Institute for Endotic Research, Berlin
LIGHT YEAR 69: EVOKE!
Projected on the Manhattan Bridge and online
January 7, 2021
Light Year is a project by Leo Kuelbs, John Ensor Parker and Farkus Fulop.
Four Seasons Total Landscaping and Fantasy Island Adult Books
Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin
January 20 to February 3, 2021
Solo Window Exhibition
Tokyo Arts and Space Residency
May - July 2021
Roman J. Witt Residency public project and exhibition
University Of Michigan Institute for the Humanities Gallery
postponed to 2022
La Musée 2
October 13, 2020 – November 21, 2020
Studio la Città, Verona, Italy
With Joseph Beuys, Gianni Caravaggi, Anne Deguelle, Muriel Gallardo Weinstein, Anna Galtarossa, Ghazel, Lulù Nuti, Kiki Smith, Tracey Snelling Jessica Stockholder, Hema Upadhyay, and more
In collaboration with Galerie Italienne, Paris
Curated by Azad Asifovich
Wiedererwachen - Draussenausstellung - Keine Panik auf der Titanic
December 5 - 15
Luckenwalder Straße, Berlin
Group show curated by Semra Sevin
2019 Venice Biennale
Swatch Pavilion at the Arsenale
May - November 2019
Swatch Venice Link
XIII BIENAL DE LA HABANA. MATANZAS
April to May 2020
INTERMITTENT RIVERS led by the Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons. With curatorial advisors Selene Wendt, Octavio Zaya, and Salah Hassan. Generous support from Robert Borlenghi and Pan America Art Projects.
Through the use of sculpture, photography, video, and installation, I give my impression of a place, its people and a locale. Often, the cinematic image stands in for real life as it plays out behind windows in the buildings, sometimes creating a sense of mystery, other times stressing the mundane. My work derives from sociology, voyeurism, and geographical and architectural location.
My core skill as an artist is to capture the essence of time and place, engaging with my surroundings and merging its residents, localities and atmospheric peculiarities into my work. By exploring my immediate environment, studying every detail and extracting specific highlights, I transform the information into artworks, best described as 3-D non-linear sculptural films. Combining sculpture, video, light, sound, and sometimes even water and smell, they capture places and people at a specific time in history.
Foundwork Art Prize:
Foundwork Interview with Alina Cohen
Venice Beinnale with Swatch: