Exhibition
09.Jun 18
— 22.Sep 18
Slava Mogutin

Lost Boys

SLAVA MOGUTIN, LOST BOYS

09.06.2018 – 23.09.2018

Artist reception and opening: Saturday, 9 June, 8PM

 

Galerie Kernweine is proud to present Lost Boys, the first German solo presentation of photography and video by the New York-based Russian-American artist Slava Mogutin.

Born in the industrial city of Kemerovo in the heart of Siberia, Mogutin was exiled from Russia for his outspoken queer writings and activism. He became the first Russian to receive political asylum in the US on the grounds of homophobic persecution. Years after his exile, Mogutin was awarded the Andrei Bely Prize, one of the most prestigious literary awards in Russia. He traveled back to accept the prize and document Russia’s transformation in a series of portraits taken in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Crimea before its annexation. 

In Lost Boys, Mogutin captured youth subcultures galvanized by the rapid economic and political change, young men from different walks of life—from soldiers and military cadets to punks, skinheads, ravers, homeless kids and street hustlers. He examines Russia’s post-Communist past and neo-Capitalist future without embellishing or posing any judgment. In the country where uniforms traditionally symbolize power, oppression and conformity, Mogutin celebrates diversity and nonconformism in hope for a better, more just and open society. 

These photos are both personal time capsules and commentary on displacement and identity, attachment and disaffection, obsession with youth, and—perhaps most importantly—the ultimate quest for unequivocal love and universal acceptance, from the East to the West and back to the East again.”                                                                                                                         – Slava Mogutin

Lost Boys was originally presented in Mogutin’s first New York solo show and later became his first critically acclaimed artist monograph and traveling exhibition with multiple destinations in Krakow, Prague, Luxembourg, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Thessaloniki, and, most recently, Budapest—as part of Golden Boundaries: Youth Culture in Contemporary Photography at the Robert Capa Center. For the show in Galerie Kernweineshow, a special limited edition set of prints will be on display at thr gk-shop.

 Mogutin’s photography is accompanied by a video installation of short films created in collaboration with Brian Kenny, Gio Black Peter, Bruce LaBruce, Edmund White, François Sagat, and Susanne Oberbeck of No Bra, among others.

This show coincides with the FIFA World Cup hosted by Russia, and Galerie Kernweine aims to take a closer look at the contemporary Russian culture and politics through the program of events and discussions, with an artist talk by Slava Mogutin (TBA).

 Galerie Kernweine is a space for contemporary photography and multimedia. In cooperation with artists, we develop and curate exhibition projects that challenge classical approaches and expand established formats. Workshops and other events take place on an alternating basis. 


Event
22.Sep 18
— 23.Sep 18
Galerien Rundgang

Art Alarm

Die Galerie Kernweine, Foto und Raum, ist diesjährig zum ersten Mal Teil des Galerienrundgang

ART ALARM
in STUTTGART. 

SA. 22.09 /11.00 – 21.00 Uhr 
SO. 23.09 /11.00 –18.00 Uhr


Performance & Happening 

in der g –– k zum finalen Wochenende der Ausstellung "Lost Boys" von Slava Mogutin:

22. September 20 Uhr


Exhibition
29.Sep 18
— 10.Oct 18
Martin Grothmaak

EVERTIME

Martin Grothmaak – Evertime 

(Stuttgart) As a premiere, Galerie Kernweine “Foto und Raum” will be showing the photographic work Stardust by Martin Grothmaak, in its EvertimeExhibition from 29thSeptember until 10thOctober.

In his large-format works, Martin Grothmaak addresses the unlimited immediacy of the present and its influences on time and space. Far beyond traditional standards and reference values Martin Grothmaak seeks his own form of interpretation and invites the viewers to let themselves participate in an interplay between their own desires and wishes and ultimately their essential soul. 

The audience finds itself caught between two extremes: emptiness, darkness and hidden anxieties on the one hand – and love, energy, intoxication, intensity and freedom on the other. It is a surreal story, which is revealed between the lines. A tale which tells of love, affection and an almost indescribable devotion. Of a deep humility when confronted with the core of our existence – encountering life and death and the mysterious eternity of our being. 

Martin Grothmaak is creative director, photographer and founder of the artistic and design publishing company United Landscapes and a partner of Projekttriangle, an interdisciplinary design studio. He works in free and applied projects for international institutions and brands at the conjunction of design, art, architecture and culture. Grothmaak has studied photography, film and visual design. He lives and works in Stuttgart. 

United Landscapes Publishers and Galleries is an independent art and design publishing venture, producing carefully edited and designed collector’s editions of books, prints, multiples and unique objects for a qualityconscious audience. With Evertime United Landscapes presents its first publication.

Galerie Kernweine and United Landscapes are showing the first exhibition of the project Evertime. The publication of the same name is also available from the gk shop. 

 

 

M. Grothmaak Stardust_10.26_180x120cm


Exhibition
13.Oct 18
— 19.Jan 19
FABRIZIO ALBERTINI

RADICI


FABRIZIO ALBERTINI, RADICI

13TH October 2018 – 19TH January 2019

INVITATION FOR THE VERNISSAGE AT OCTOBER 13TH, 8PM: ARTIST RECEPTION AND CONCERT

 (Stuttgart) Galerie Kernweine “Foto und Raum” shows the single exhibition “Radici” (2015- 2017) by Italian photographer and filmmaker Fabrizio Albertini. For the vernissage, Albertini and the makers of Galerie Kernweine are going to do a cooperation with Eda Dalboy and various musicians. You can expect a symbiosis of visual and auditory, musically based photo-art in the Galerie Kernweine.

 The series “Radici” is a journey from childhood to present, describing the path of a memory. Translated to “roots”, the project was created in Cannobina Valley, where Albertini grew up and spend most of his lifetime.  

Cannobina Valley is a wooded valley, nowadays the valley is an almost entirely abandoned territory close to the Lago Maggiore. The series work takes shape there, built from memories as an elaboration of buried traces and conflicts where success depends on the act of maintaining a form. Albertini’s pictures explore humans’ ancestral relation with nature, the surrounding environment, as well as the effect of memories. For Albertini, “Radici's” imaginary is not only the Cannobina image, but rather an interior and private image. He creates a dialogue between these two fields which mirror each other and become indistinguishable. Working with color and black and white, the series is united by a signature of vision: the images are blurry and defined, emphatic and surreal.

 

“Radici is a story about resilience, it is a novel of nature, form and memory. The wright of Radici began in the Cannobina Valley, it started with a landscape of misty memories and childhood images. It is the visual elaboration of a conflict in the present.” Fabrizio Albertini

 

By combining a variety of genres and techniques, Albertini evokes distinct feelings and emotions and turns his memories into a symbolic journey. His body of work is both a visual exploration of bygone times and an intimate insight into Albertini’s emotions and past.

Galerie Kernweine presents now the artist’s first solo exhibition, prior to this Albertini was part of group exhibitions e.g. in New York (Aperture Foundation), Athens (Athens Photo Festival) and Köln (SK Stiftung Kultur). The photo-series “Radici” is accompanied by a video installation in the galleries’ basement as well as by the same named book (“Radici”, Witty Kiwi Publishing, Sep 18).

 

F.ALBERTINI, RADICI

 Musicians of the event:

  • the Nuance Quartett of the Philharmoniker Stuttgart
  • Davide Napolitano Gil (singer &songwriter)
  • Timo Bakowies (singer &songwriter)
  • Marvin Holley (guitar &composer)
  • Eda Dalboy (singer)
  • Toni Faris (piano)
  • Brotherhood Daniele & Michele Ferrazzano (DJ’s)
  • Rafed El Jundi (guitar &synthesizer)


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