At the premiere of 'Sibylle Bergemann. My life' (2010; ZDF/ARTE) on 10 November at Babylon cinema both screenings were sold out. We are glad to announce new dates when the documentary film will be shown:
25 November 2010/ 18h00: Staatliches Museum Schwerin (discussion with the director Sabine Michel after the screening)
6 December 2010/ 18h00: Ceremony of the Academy of Arts Berlin in memory of Sibylle Bergemann
16 January 2011/ 16h30: TV premiere on ARTE
Before the premiere in Berlin, the director Sabine Michel spoke about the film on rbb Kulturradio. In order to listen to it, the Real Player is required.
Short clips of the film are part of a TV comment on Sibylle Bergemann broadcast by Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk on 4 November 2010.
Miscellaneous - "Sibylle Bergemann. My Life."23.11.2010 | | Miscellaneous
Exhibition - Sibylle Bergemann - Retrospective in Seoul22.11.2010 | | Books/Exhibitions
Sibylle Bergemann not only continues to live in our memories but also in her pictures.
© Julian Röder/OSTKREUZ
Until 28 November her retrospective, which has been on tour for over a year, will be on show at the Museum of Art in Seoul. Our photographer Julian Röder visited the exhibition during his recent stay in South Korea.
He went to the G20 summit in Seoul to continue his project 'The Summits' he has worked on since 2001, photographing the protests occurring along the edge of those meetings. The weekly newspaper 'Der Freitag' has just published a selection of photos he took in Seoul as well as an account of his journey.
Exhibition - "Glaube Liebe Hoffnung" [faith love hope]09.11.2010 | | Books/Exhibitions
Sibylle Bergemann08.11.2010 | | Miscellaneous
Even after one week it is still hard to realize that Sibylle is gone. We would like to thank those who have sent us condolence letters. The compassion you have shown means a lot to us and helped dealing with this great loss.
Obituary (only german)
Berliner Zeitung I
Berliner Zeitung II
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Heinrich Voelkel · Scholarship
According to the United Nations Grozny was the most destroyed city in the world. Meanwhile, a part of the city is rebuilt, but it is still far from working normally. With a grant of VG Bild-Kunst Heinrich Voelkel is documenting the architecture of the reconstruction and the wounds left by the war in the city and to the people.
Julian Roeder in Seoul
From 04 - 14 November 2010 Julian Roeder will stay in Seoul for the G20 summit. There he will continue his long-term documentary project "The Summits". In this project, he photographs since 2001 the protests that take place at the edges of the security zones of state summits.
Sibylle Fendt · Exhibition in Utrecht01.11.2010 | | Books/Exhibitions
In the collective exhibition "Art & Connection" shows Sibylle Fendt their work "No Sleep Before I Die". The images are to encourage different forms of compounds that surround us to reflect. The exhibition is part of an ongoing campaign to encourage people to connect.
"Art & Connection
Maziar Moradi, Melanie Vogel, Sibylle Fendt and Olivia Bee
Opening: 17 November 2010, 5.00 pm
The exhibition will travel to Madrid in early 2011.
House of Connection
Parkstraat 2, Utrecht, Netherland
Joerg Brueggemann in Brazil
For his project "Metalheadz" about the global heavy metal culture, Joerg Brueggemann is in Sao Paulo at the moment. After Germany and Indonesia, he now documents the metal scene in Brazil.