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Exhibition: Warum denn in die Ferne...

Installation at Villa Merkel, Peter Granser "Das Ende der Welt", Hokkaido/Japan, Februar 2021
Installation at Villa Merkel, Peter Granser - Das Ende der Welt, Hokkaido, Japan, Februar 2021


My new work "Das Ende der Welt" (The end of the world), photographed in February 2020 in Hokkaido, Japan, is part of the exhibition "Warum denn in die Ferne..." at Villa Merkel/Kunstverein Esslingen. 5 photographs of the series are accompanied by a sound-installation of Marion Poschmann´s poem "Luft" (air) spoken by Patrick Suhm.

Selected artists of the exhibition are Dieter Blum, Wolf Harhammer, Isabell Heimerdinger, Hartmut Landauer, Florina Leinß, Ann-Kathrin Müller, Guido Nussbaum, Werner Pawlok, Martin Pfeifle, Menja Stevenson, Ina Weber,...

04.12.2021 - 23.01.22

A special thanks to Marion Poschmann, Surkamp Verlag, VG BildKunst and Patrick Suhm !



Exhibition: 40 Tage - Eine Ausstellung am Rand der Zeit





Exhibition: 40 Tage - Eine Ausstellung am Rand der Zeit

Shinroku Shimokawa, Nogake (mobile Küche mit Regen/Schnee-Auffangbehälter und Wasserfiltersystem) 2021
Shinroku Shimokawa, Nogake, mobile Küche mit Regen-, Schnee-Auffangbehälter und Wasserfiltersystem, 2021


The results of the ITO Artist-in-Residence program "40 days - an exhibition at the edge of time" will be on show at Langenbachhof.

Participating artists are: Shirley Cho, Florina LeinßShinroku Shimokawa, Patrick Suhm, Martin Wehl and Hannah Zenger.

August 27th/28th/29th 2021, 11am-7pm.

Supported by Stiftung Kunstfonds "Neustart Kultur" , Langenbachhof 1813 and grants by Ministeriums für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg.



Grant: MWK Baden-Württemberg Grant

The state of Baden-Württemberg supports the art scene with "Corona" grants. Applications could be sent in beginning of the year, now the jury decided. I am one of the supported artists. Thank you !



AIR: Stiftung Kunstfonds supports the ITO Artist-in Residence program

Langenbachhof, Black Forrest
Langenbachhof, Black Forest, February 2021


Stiftung Kunstfonds "Neustart Kultur" supports the ITO Artist-in Residence program. ITO selcted 6 Stuttgart based artists to work in February and June 2021 in the beautiful and remote old farmhouse Langenbachhof in the Black Forest.

A big thank you to Stiftung Kunstfonds and Mr. Sorg and Mrs. Mathias, the team of Langenbachhof, who supports us, too and makes the house available for us for the residencies and an exhibition, that will take place end of August.

Participating artists are: Shirley Cho, Florina Leinß, Shinroku Shimokawa, Patrick Suhm, Martin Wehl and Hannah Zenger.