7 min loop of images and texts projected in shifting sequences on five screens
Unfamiliar Familiarities. Outside Views on Switzerland
The Swiss Foundation for Photography, Winterthur/Switzerland
11 February to 7 May 2017
Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne/Switzerland
25 October 2017 to 7 January 2018
The Swiss Foundation for Photography and the Musée de l'Elysée (Lausanne) invited Alinka Echeverría (Mexiko/UK), Shane Lavalette (USA), Eva Leitolf (Germany), Simon Roberts (UK) and Zhang Xiao (China) to scrutinise Switzerland in their capacity as independent, subjective and sensitive observers. A catalogue will be published by Lars Müller Publishers to accompany the exhibition.
with works by Bertolt Brecht, Robert Capa, Joseph Eid, Thomas Härtrich, Johann Peter Hebel, Sven Johne, Kenji Kawamoto, Dagmar Keller & Martin Wittwer, Jens Klein, Andreas Langfeld, Eva Leitolf, Bettina Lockemann, Ute Mahler, Karl Heinz Mai, David Mozziconacci, Gilles Raynaldy, Erich Salomon, George Strock, Olivier van Breugel & Simone Mudde, Erik van der Weijde, Jonas Zilius und Tobias Zielony and others
Wir Flüchtlinge - von dem Recht, Rechte zu haben Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
Opening Thursday, 21 April, 7pm
With works by Maja Bajević, Danica Dakić, Edgar Endress, Azin Feizabadi, *foundationClass, Lampedusa Research Group, Nilbar Güreş, Annika Gutsche, Rana Hamadeh, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Zarina Hashmi, Mira Hirtz, Hiwa K, Thomas Kilpper, Eva Leitolf, Migrafona (Petja Dimitrova, Vlatka Frketić, Belinda Kazeem, Radostina Patulova, Vina Yun), Mario Rizzi, Till Roeskens, Zineb Sedira, Mounira Al Solh, Christoph Wachter & Mathias Jud, Qingmei Yao
With works by Karo Akpokiere, Ghada Amer, Marco Fusinato, Monika Grzymala, Folke Köbberling&Martin Kaltwasser, Henning Kles, Wermke Leinkauf, Eva Leitolf (fig. above), Filip Markiewicz, Michaela Melián (fig. above), Suzanne Treister
With over 100 works from William Turner, Gustave Courbet, Max Beckmann, Berenice Abbott, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Gerhard Richter, David Hockney, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Emmet Gowin, Robert Longo, Sonja Braas, Eva Leitolf, Boris Mikhailov and others.
Postcards from Europe in When there is Hope 19 June - 13 September 2015 Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
With Yto Barrada, Zohra Bensemra, Mohamed Camara, Cao Fei, Nan Goldin, Shilpa Gupta , Eva Leitolf, Annette Messager, Rivane Neuenschwander, Roman Ondák, Adrian Paci, Anri Sala, Dayanita Singh and others.
On Saturday, 20 June at 4 pm Petra Roettig, curator of the exhibition When there is Hope, talks to the artist Eva Leitolf in the exhibition at the Hamburger Kunsthalle.
With over 100 works from William Turner, Gustave Le Gray, Gustave Courbet, Max Beckmann, Berenice Abbott, Albert Renger-Patzsch, David Hockney, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Emmet Gowin, Robert Longo, Sonja Braas, Eva Leitolf, Boris Mikhailov and others.
Edited by Andres Lepik, Hilde Strobl Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln 2015 With texts by Andres Lepik, Axel Sowa, Hilde Strobl and Jutta v. Zitzewitz German/English 208 pages, ca. 180 images ISBN 978-3-86335-735-1
Postcards from Europe 03/13 Opening 25 March 2015, 12 pm Campus Luigi Einaudi, Main Hall, Torino/Italy Global Border Crossing - Global Mobility within the Biennale Democrazia with Victor Lopéz Gonzales and Eva Leitolf at the University of Torino Postcards from Europe 03/13 is on show as an exhibition in a box (made of the image and text plates from the publication by Kehrer)
In this Interview Stefano Stoll talks about Postcards from Europe 03/15 at Quai1, Vevey/CH
Just out: Alone Together, Photography and the Other - three classical works by Marina Abramovic & Ulay positioned in a context of contemporary works by 15 artists and photographers. published by the National Gallery of Kosovo led by Erzen Shkololli, designed by Bardhi Haliti and curated by Frits Gierstberg
With Ari Versluis, Qëndresë Deda, Eva Leitolf, Ellie Uyttenbroek, Olson Lamaj, Boehm Kobayashi, Antoan Kurti, Majlinda Hoxha, Joachim Schmid and Genc Kadriu.
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26 July – 5 October 2014
Installation of art in architecture project Whodunit completed. Find out more about how my DNA sample, mug shot and fingerprint became part of this collaboration with the Schongau police headquarters.
The Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning published a book of selected art in architecture commissions featuring Bruder Jakob, my project for the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs in Berlin.
Postcards from Europe, other works and interview by Tang Jing in Chinese Photography 6/2014
15 May 2014
Colin Pantall blogs on Postcards from Europe here.