contact: info(at)lillylulay.de

CURRENT+ UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS:

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DELVING INTO VISUAL STRATA (solo)

opening: 03.09.2016 / 7pm

 Kuckei Lulay 2016

3.September - 10. October 2016

gallery Kuckei+Kuckei
Linienstraße 107/108
10115 Berlin

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IEPA#1 (duo)

opening: 08.09.2016 / 7pm

 IEPA Lulay 2016

8.September - 21.September 2016

residency exhibition together with Béranger Laymond
Basis Frankfurt e.V.
Gutleutstraße 8-12
60329 Frankfurt am Main

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PAST EXHIBITIONS 2016
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Athens Photo Festival

9. June - 31.July 2016

"In recognition of the increasing importance of the photo book in contemporary photographic practices, the Festival is introducing a new specific exhibition dedicated to the form of book."

Find my new Mindscapes catalogue at this years photo book exhibition at Benaki Museum in Athens.

Benaki Museum
138 Pireos & Andronikou St.
118 54 Athens

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second hands (group)

27. Mai - 23. July 2016

avec: Marie Clerel, Emmanuelle Fructus, Melinda Gibson, & Thomas Sauvin, Laurent Lafolie, Stephane Lenthal, Lilly Lulay

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"Sous le commissariat de Sophie Bernard, la sélection réunit des photographes et des artistes, mais également des éditeurs et collectionneurs. À partir de corpus d’images anciennes, négatifs ou tirages, ils font œuvre et établissent d’autres rapports au visible. Détachés d’un pathos matérialiste qui viendrait sacraliser ces images primaires oubliées ou tombées dans l’anonymat, ils reconsidèrent les qualités de ces matériaux, vieillis et un peu sales pour les recycler, les détourner et les hybrider.

Les œuvres abordent des questions de transmission, de mutation, d’identité et s’inscrivent dans les enjeux contemporains de la fabrique de l’image. Dans une pluralité de formes (œuvres tableaux, tirages uniques, objets photographiques, multiples, éditions et livres d’artistes), elles proposent des modes de résistance à l’obsolescence programmée qui régit nos vies"

Galerie Binôme
19 rue Charlemagne
75004 Paris

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CIRCULATIONS (group)
festival de la jeune photographie européenne

26. March - 7. August 2016

opening hours:
Wednesday to Sunday (not during holidays)
Tuesday to Sunday (holiday period)
2 - 7 pm (week)
12 - 7 pm (week-end)

CENTQUATRE Paris
5 rue Curial
75019 Paris

http://www.festival-circulations.com/

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Besides the main exhibition at Centquatre works from the Mindscapes series
are shown as oversized posters at following metro stations (line no.):

26. March - 26. June 2016 : Hotel de Ville (1), Bir-Hakeim (6)

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COLLECT, STRUCTURE AND MAP (solo)

1. April - 12. April 2016

Basis project space
Elbestraße 10
60329 Frankfurt

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UPLOAD YOURSELF (solo)

15. April - 13.Mai 2016

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opening hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 4 - 7 pm
and by appointment
0049 (0)163 739 8 775
Melanie Vogel

Warte für Kunst
Frankfurter Str. 54
34121 Kassel

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À DESSEIN (group)

14. April - 20. Mai 2016

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“From a sketch aesthetic to prints of engravings, from modeling of space to synthesis image, the selection of works reflects the porosity of the borders in the photo-graphic domain, the photograph in the sense of a drawing/design of the light.“

Galerie Binôme
19 rue Charlemagne
75004 Paris

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Alptraum (group)

30. April - 17. May 2016

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RAE space for contemporary art
Gustav-Adolf-Straße 145
13086 Berlin

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CATALOGUES:

Mindscapes, Lilly Lulay
Revolver publishing, Berlin, 2016

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Lilly Lulay’s Mindscapes series, begun in 2007 and still ongoing, is made exclusively using found photographs sourced from different places and times. Cropped and recombined by the artist, these images that once have belonged to others became abstract compositions, scenes of an inner world of memory and imagination to which no camera has access: Mindscapes. If seen from a certain distance, the collages recall subjects such as mountains, panoramas, urban buildings, whereas from closer up they reveal a plethora of fragments: small portions of reality that others have voluntarily framed or included casually in their photographs, shot and then sold, abandoned or lost.

For the publication original sized reproductions of the Mindscapes are accompanied by full format pages with blown-up images. These render visible haptic aspects of the original collages: relief structures and the materiality of papers used, scratches, dust and remains of glue.

Lilly Lulay’s Mindscapes—all works are unique pieces—had been shown in various group and solo shows in France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands and the US. The publication is the first one to date, which puts together works from the past eight years with essays from four different authors (one English, one French, two German), each of them offering an individual viewpoint on the series.

Till Grohmann: Le Montage du Visible
Bernd Stiegler: Etwas im Sinn behalten
Sven Zedlitz: Strukturmomente des Sehens
Mathias Windelberg: Infinite Transformations

27 x 19 cm, 88 pages, offset print, softcover, 25€ + shipping
to order the catalogue write to: info@lillylulay.de
or visit one of the upcoming exhibitions

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Contemporary Photography from North-Western Europe
Skira, Milano 2015, Fondazione Fotografia di Modena

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http://store.fondazionefotografia.org/prodotto/contemporary-photography-from-north-western-europe/

Fondazione Fotografia presents the latest volume in the series dedicated to the international collection of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena. The selection – more than seventy works by a total of nineteen artists – bears witness to the vibrancy of the current trends in a geographical area that encompasses Germany, the United Kingdom and Scandinavia, taking in works of photographers of different generations: from well-known names such as Wolfgang Tillmans, Gillian Wearing, Barbara Probst, Olivier Richon and Sarah Jones, to up-and-coming talents including Jonny Briggs, Lilly Lulay and Johann Arens, whose works suggest new possible identities for photography.

24 x 28 cm, SKIRA, 2015, 168 pages, softcover, offset print, €30