History of Art
We published the new catalogue of the artists in residence of the City of Rostock.
Artists: Andrea Böning, Katrin Graalmann, Kai Grehn, Gitte Hellwig, Melanie Huber, Takwe Kaenders, Ulrike Mundt, Holger Pohl, Prinzip:Sonja, Rostocker Schule, Maika Saworski, Anna Schimkat
Publisher: Hanse- und Universitätsstadt Rostock
Editor: Christina Katharina May
Design: Marion Hornung
Art Museum of Schwaan, June 22 – September 1, 2019
An exhibition with 56 artists with works by Sylvester Antony, Petra Benndorf, Monika Bertermann, Lena Biesalski, Kerstin Borchardt, Broder Burow, Ines Diederich, Jacqueline Duhr, Christian Egelhaaf, Sabine Egelhaaf, Bernd Engler, Rainer Fest, Sarah Fischer, Felix Fugenzahn / Matthäus Straßenburg, Susanne Gabler, Charlet Gehrmann, Annegret Goebeler, Robert Günther, Wilko Hänsch, Michael Herloff, Anne Hille, Herbert W. Hundrich, Dana JES, Bernd Kommnick, Anka Kröhnke, Judith Kuhlmann, Jürgen Kümmel, Katrin Lau, Annette Leyener, Hildegard Mann, Bianka Marschall, Anke Meixner, Britta Naumann, Monika Ortmann, Susanne Pfeiffer, Maria Elise Raeuber, Thomas Reich, Bernadette-Maria Roolf, Grit Sauerborn, Horst-Werner Schneider, Anneliese Schöfbeck, Lucia Schoop, Bernhard Schrock, Wilfried Schröder, Anne Sewcz, Henning Spitzer, Petra Steeger, Kat von Stenglin, Annette Stüsser-Simpson, Andre van Uehm, Henry Walinda, Jan Witte-Kropius, Ruzica Zajec, Heinrich Zenichowski
The exhibition catalogue is published and sold by the Künstlerbund MV.
Text by Christina Katharina May, Sebastian Moldt;
Lena Biesalski, Lotte Buch, Harun Farocki, Anett Frontzek, Dana JES, Per Pegelow and Maren Goldenbaum-Henkel
Exhibition from November 17, 2018 until January 13, 2019
Opening: November 16, 2018, 7 pm
An interdisciplinary exhibition with video installations, ceramics, and graphic art.
closing event: January 13, 2019, 3 pm
Artist Talk with Lena Biesalski, Lotte Buch, and Dana JES
Trade Performance Per Pegelow
I was invited for a presentation about "The Scenography of the Wilderness" in Teviso, Italien.
This years symposium is on the topic "animals and Landscapes"
"The 2018 days offer the opportunity to reflect on the role animals have always played in designing and caring for landscape and on their significance, either seen as allies or enemies.
From the essential presence of the fauna in the vocabulary and life of historical gardens, to the depictions of the animal kingdom in art, in zoological collections, in artificial landscapes, up to the most varied and necessary interactions with the built landscape – both urban and rural – of the contemporary world, animals will take centre stage in a debate facilitated by art historians and philosophers, landscape designers and agronomists, architects, ethnographers, geographers, directors."
Videos of the presentations:
Video "Animals on Stage" (Session Animali in Scena, Vortrag in Englisch ab 6:00 min.)