The Landesgalerie Linz presents the group exhibition 'VI x VI Positions on the Future of Photography', open from 25 May to 21 August 2016.
The exhibition poses six questions with the aim of examining the relevance of photography in the context of contemporary visual art. Thinking about the medium's current or future role requires us to view photography in terms of possibilities.
The exhibition and accompanying publication explore this potential in the form of different artistic approaches. Several generations of artists have investigated photography and its manifestations. Their artistic processes are now presented in Linz, divided into six chapters designed to re-define the way we think about the medium of photography.
Participating artists: Peggy Buth, Charlotte Dualé, Harun Farocki, Abrie Fourie, Anne Hardy, Inga Kerber, Philipp König, Susanne Kriemann, Michael Part, Josephine Pryde, Clunie Reid, Max Schaffer, Bohdan Stehlik, Dirk Stewen, Una Szeemann, Toilet Paper Magazine, Lidwien van de Ven, and Tris Vonna-Michell.
The exhibition takes place in co-operation with the Kunstverein Hamburg (Hamburg Art Association) and is complemented by an accompanying publication.
Further information at Landesmuseum