Category: Curator

  • Sehnsucht nach dem Paradies

    Opening: Friday, 18 th of February 2022 from 6-10 pmDuration: February 19th to March 12th, 2022Opening hours: Sat 2-5 pmGuided tours: by appointment Registration: termine@super-reisebuero.deFinissage: 12th of March 2022 from 3-6 pm Longing for Paradise is the first installment of the four-part exhibition series ReiseBüro by the curatorial team Julia Möbus-Puck and Elisabeth Windisch at […]

  • curators 2022: Das ReiseBüro

    Elisabeth Windisch is an artist and exhibition organizer at the same time. Living in Vienna and having studied in the Rhineland, she feels at home in many disciplines of the visual arts. Julia Moebus-Puck is a curator and art scholar with a focus on Performative Art and Viennese Actionism. Together, the two are Das ReiseBüro.Elisabeth […]

  • Vanja Smiljanic: From Oral to Aural over Cereal to Serial

    From Oral to Aural over Cereal to Serial Anticlimactic grand finale of the Office of Curatorial Advocacy Friday, 22.10.2021, 7 pm: Welcome Vanja SmiljanićSaturday, 23.10.2021, 2-5 pm: Opening hours exhibitionSunday, 24.10. 2021, 4 pm: Final Performance & Finissage From Oral to Aural over Cereal to Serial was a performative intervention developed Vanja Smiljanić for the […]

  • büro für kuratorische fürsorge und kollektives experiment / phase 2

    The Office for Curatorial Care & Collective Experiment was founded on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Atelierhaus Quartier am Hafen in Cologne Poll. The alumni of the curatorial support programme, Wilko Austermann, Lisa Bensel, Anne Mager, Linda Nadji, Jari Ortwig, Michael Stockhausen, of the Quartier am Hafen, have jointly developed a critical-reflexive […]

  • büro für kuratorische fürsorge und kollektives experiment

    A project on the occasion of the tenth anniversary year of the Quartier am Hafen Cologne 2021, at various locations in Cologne and digitally. Wilko Austermann, Lisa Bensel, Anne Mager, Linda Nadji, Jari Ortwig, Michael Stockhausen, alumni of the Quartier am Hafen’s curator support programme, are jointly developing a critical and reflective format for the […]

  • curator 2020: Wilko Austermann

    Wilko Austermann (*1990) studied art history at the HHU Düsseldorf and at the Sapienza in Rome. Since 2014 Austermann has been curating art projects in which he brings together artists on specific issues. The discourse on current themes, at exhibition venues with appropriate content, is important to him. Since 2017 Austermann has organized exhibitions at […]

  • curator 2019: Julia Thiemann

    The curator and author Julia Katharina Thiemann is particularly distinguished by her interest in forms of the dissolution of the boundaries of the arts and explores parameters of showing and perceiving contemporary art even in non-institutional places. She explores socially relevant questions with aesthetically virulent forms and often site-specific or context-related perspectives in a fruitful […]

  • curator 2018: Michael Stockhausen

    Michael Stockhausen studied Art History and Literary Studies. Since 2014 he is working as a lecturer at the Department of Art History at the University of Bonn, Germany. In his research and teaching he focuses on modern art, contemporary art and art theory. Stockhausen worked for the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (art collection of North Rhine Westphalia), […]

  • curator 2017: Jari Ortwig

    She studied art history and Romance studies in Erlangen-Nuremberg and at the Universitá degli Studi di Torino, Italy. After an internship at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, she was awarded the curator’s scholarship smax at Schloß Ringenberg. From 2012-15 she managed the exhibition space VITRINEN in Cologne and travelled to Brazil/Colombia with a grant from the Goethe-Institut […]

  • curator 2016: Linda Nadji

    Linda Nadji (*1972 in Tehran, Iran) lives and works as a freelance artist in Cologne. After studying design at the Fachhochschule Aachen and acting at the Zentrum für Schauspiel und Tanz in Cologne, she studied fine arts at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf from 2006 to 2011. She completed her studies as a master student of Prof. […]

  • curator 2015: Katharina Maderthaner

    Katharina Maderthaner (*1982) studied at the Academy of Art Düsseldorf until 2014. The sculptor and painter has also been active as a curator since 2010 (e.g. “raum für vollendete tatsachen”, Düsseldorf and “Vitrine” im Künstlerverein Malkasten, Düsseldorf). Her curatorial interest is in singular artist positions that meet as unexpectedly and elementarily as possible in group […]

  • curator 2014: Lisa Bensel

    Born in Freiburg in 1988, she returned to Germany in 2012 after a 5-year stay in the Netherlands. She studied Fine Arts in Den Bosch and Porto and has initiated or supported cultural and artistic projects since 2011. She is currently in charge of the situational exhibition project “Searching for the White Cube” in Bochum […]

  • curator 2013: Anne Mager

    Anne Mager (born 1981) works as a freelance curator, art manager and lecturer. She studied communication and cultural sciences, art history and international art management in Münster, Cologne and Düsseldorf. Since 2008 she has organised the interdisciplinary art festival “new talents – biennale cologne” as well as other art and exhibition projects (including the Quartier […]