Here we are today
A View of the World in Photography & Video Art
7.6. — 29.10.2019

Shirin Neshat, Roja (Film Still), 2016 © Shirin Neshat, Leihgabe der Künstlerin und der Gladstone Gallery, New York und Brüssel
Tobias Zielony: Make Up, 2017, aus der Serie Maskirovka, Leihgabe des Künstlers und KOW, Berlin Madrid, © Tobias Zielony
Peter Piller: Zungen / Tongues (10), 2002–2004, Berlin,
© Peter Piller / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019
Pieter Hugo: David Akore, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana, aus der Serie Permanent Error,
2010, courtesy PRISKA PASQUER, Cologne © Pieter Hugo
Bertram Kober: Friedhof, 2017, aus der Serie Goldbach, Leihgabe des Künstlers © Bertram Kober
Eva Leitolf: Schöna, Sächsische Schweiz, 2006,
aus der Serie Deutsche Bilder – eine Spurensuche, 1992-1994 und 2006-2008
© Eva Leitolf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019
Marcel Odenbach: Beweis zu nichts (Filmstill), 2016 © Marcel Odenbach / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019

Under the title Here We Are Today, the Bucerius Kunst Forum is presenting paradigmatic positions in the artistic engagement with central issues of our globalised society, among them identity, crimes against ethnic groups, capitalism, homeland and migration, and reflections on coming to terms with history.

Of all visual art genres, video art and photography are able to address these current social discourses most directly, which is why this show focuses on these two media. Featured are exemplary works by Zarina Bhimji, Johanna Diehl, Samuel Fosso, Andreas Gursky, Pieter Hugo, Bertram Kober, Herlinde Koelbl, Eva Leitolf, Shirin Neshat, Marcel Odenbach, Erkan Özgen, Trevor Paglen, Peter Piller, Hito Steyerl and Tobias Zielony.

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