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Roland Fischer Interview, re-published in 2030 MAGAZIN
 

 

Roland Fischer’s column, entitled

„No Man is an Island“

is now installed at STOA 169
 
STOA 169, THE ARTIST COLUMNED HALL IN POLLING

OVER 100 ARTISTS FROM ALL CONTINENTS DESIGN COLUMNS FOR STOA169

A hall of art in the middle of nature, supported by over 100 individually designed columns, created by internationally renowned artists from all over the world: the artist Bernd Zimmer has been pursuing this idea and its realisation for almost 30 years.

On a part of an agricultural meadow near the village of Polling, on the banks of the river Ammer, in the middle of Pfaffenwinkel, an open columned hall is being built: the STOA169. Artists from all continents were selected to design one column each, which together, as an archive of today’s art, would carry the common roof of the STOA169.

curators:
Walter Grasskamp (art historian and critic), Franziska Leuthäußer (Städel Museum, Frankfurt), Corinna Thierolf (Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich), Ulrich Wilmes (Haus der Kunst, Munich) and Bernd Zimmer (initiator and founder)
 
artists:
Willie Cole, Enzo Cucchi, Hannsjörg Voth, Sun Xun, Gregor Hildebrandt, Katharina Sieverding, Roman Signer, Sean Scully, Roland Fischer, Daniel Spoerri, Alicja Kwade, Tony Cragg, Lawrence Weiner, Peter Halley, Liam Gillick, Alfredo Jarr, Subodh Gupta, Franz Ackermann, Joana Vasconcelos, Santiago Sierra, Karin Kneffel, Jürgen Klauke, Erwin Wurm, Rebecca Horn, Beat Zoderer, Bernd Zimmer, and many more…

Artist Statement about STOA169 english, german

 

Roland Fischer @ Pinakothek der Moderne „Feelings“ Nov 8, 2019 – Oct 4, 2020

 
Roland Fischer @ Pinakothek der Moderne „Feelings“ Nov 8, 2019 – Oct 4, 2020

„The exhibition FEELINGS seeks to encourage this direct dialogue between artwork and viewer in order to stimulate an intense emotional engagement. The works exhibited are characterized by enigmatic motifs and atmospheric visual spaces. Joy, excitement, anger, revulsion, sadness, and numerous other emotional reactions may ensue upon viewing the works.“
 
curators: Bernhart Schwenk und Nicola Graef
 
artists: Jan Albers, Gregory Crewdson, Rineke Dijkstra, Marlene Dumas, Elmgreen & Dragset, Tracey Emin, Roland Fischer, Gotthard Graubner, Wade Guyton, Mike Kelley und Paul McCarthy, Olaf Metzel, Robert Morris, Catherine Opie, Laura Owens, Beate Passow, Richard Prince, Wilhelm Sasnal, Cindy Sherman, Sam Taylor Johnson, Rosemarie Trockel, Gillian Wearing… complete artist list

 

Roland Fischer’s Playlist, created for the Museum Bombas Gens, Valencia, Spain

 

Roland Fischer talking about his series „Nuns and Monks“, video produced by Fondazione MAST, Bologna
 

Fondazione MAST, Bologna: „Uniform“, Jan 21, 2020 – Sep 20, 2020
 
UNIFORM: INTO THE WORK / OUT OF THE WORK is the new exhibition project of Fondazione MAST. Curated by Urs Stahel, it is dedicated to work uniforms and it shows, through over 600 pictures by great international photographers, the many types of clothing worn by workers in different historical, social and professional contexts. Designed to distinguish those who wear them, on the one hand uniforms signal membership of a category, an order or a corps, without distinction of class or background, on the other hand they can also highlight the wearer’s separation from the community. The word „uniform“ simultaneously reveals inclusion and exclusion.

Curator: Urs Stahel

Artists:

Walead Beshty, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Song Chao, Clegg & Guttmann, Rineke Dijkstra, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Walker Evans, Roland Fischer, André Gelpke, Liu Heung Shing, Graciela Iturbide, Tobias Kaspar, Hiroji Kubota, Danny Lyon, Doug Menuez, Paolo Pellegrin, Irving Penn, Andri Pol, Timm Rautert, Herbert Ritts, Judith Joy Ross, Sebastião Salgado, August Sander and more…
 

Roland Fischer „Mirador“, 2020, Walter Storms Galerie 28.04.2020 – 13.06.2020 (mit Günther Uecker, Ulrich Erben, Peter Krauskopf u.a.)
 

Beatriz Milhazes, Roland Fischer, James Nares in Color & Complexity, Allentown Art Museum
 

Bombas Gens Centre D’art, „HYPERSPACES“, València, Spain, 13.02.2020 – 24.01.2021
 

Roland Fischer @ Bombas Gens Centre D’art, „HYPERSPACES“, València, Spain, 13.02.2020 – 24.01.2021
 
“Hyperspace”: This exhibition raises how the reflection on architecture is at the origin of numerous works of art that build spaces, based on perceptive, mental and affective imaginary. In visual arts, architecture, far from being an abstract space, becomes an envelope, a membrane, the skin of our life. The architectural space, which stimulates our mental projections and physical and psychic introjections (memories, actions), has not lost in art its original power to protect the body.

Curator: Julia Castelló, Nuria Enguita and Vicent Todolí

Artists: Carlos Bunga, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Roland Fischer, Ángela de la Cruz, Patricia Gómez and Maria Jesús González, Heimo Zobernig, Fernanda Fragateiro, Teresa Lanceta, Barbara Kasten, Inma Femenía, Nicolás Ortigosa, David Reed, Irma Blank

 

Roland Fischer: L34 (Brian), 1993,14 1 x 162cm (from the series:
„Los Angeles Portraits“)
Frac Bretagne, Sans Réserve Rennes, France, 30.11.2019 – 26.4.2020
 

Spanish Photo Art Magazine EXIT „20 YEARS“: Your Favorite Photograph (nov.2019)
 
Guest Exhibition: Roland Fischer at Christian Liaigre Munich (nov.2019)
 
Guest Exhibition: Roland Fischer and Julian Opie at Casa do Passadiço, Lisbon 2019

 
„We Refugees“, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain / 28.6.2019 – 13.10.2019
(left wall: Roland Fischer „Refugees“, from „Collective Portraits“)
 
Although in recent years television news and journalism have catapulted the flow of refugees as a problem to the front page, the history of the 20th century is riddled with dramatic conflicts and millions of people displaced, exiled, expatriated and living as refugees. The story of humanity itself is built on forced displacement, flight and asylum. This project recaptures the title of a well-known essay by Hannah Arendt published in 1943 in Menorah Journal, a prestigious New York-based Jewish magazine, with the aim of identifying and emphasising the universal nature of exile and the construction of democratic societies based on the protection of the right to asylum.
 
artists: Peggy Ahwesh, Carole Alfarah, Eugenio Ampudia, Francisco De Goya, Suso Fandiño, Ângela Ferreira, Roland Fischer, Marcos Ávila Forero, Regina José Galindo, Mariam Ghani, Elnaz Javanirogelio, López Cuenca, Antoni Muntadas, Adrian Paci, El Perro, Alexandra Ranner, Wael Shawky, Elo Vega, Claudio Zulian
 

Roland Fischer talking about the Collective Portrait „Refugees“, video produced by CGAC in 2019
 
New Essay„Transhistorical Places“
 

Roland Fischer „Transhistorical Places“ @ walter storms gallery, Munich

 

„Fiction and Fabrication“, MAAT Lisbon 2019 (Andreas Gursky, Roland Fischer)
curators: Pedro Gadanho, Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues
 
artists: Doug Aitken, Olivier Boberg, Isabel Brison, Rita Sobral Campos, James Casabere, André Cepeda, David Claerbout, Celine Condorelli, Mafalda Marques Correia, Gregory Crewdson, Hans Op de Beeck, Mónica de Miranda, Thomas Demand, Filip Dujardin, Roland Fischer, Carlos Garaicoa, Dionisio Gonzalez, Nicolas Grospierre, Andreas Gursky, Beate Gütschow, Patrick Hamilton, Sabine Hornig, Veronika Kellndorfer, Lucia Koch, Aglaia Konrad, Jonathan Lewis, Inês Lombardi, Tatiana Macedo, Edgar Martins, Antoni Muntadas, Anja Niemi, Rodrigo Oliveira, Bas Princen, Olivier Ratsi, Teresa Braula Reis, Nick Relph, Martha Rossler, Thomas Ruff, Philip Schaerer, Evandro Soares, Hanna Starkey, Gerold Tagwerker, Wolfgang Tillmans, Pedro Tudela, Jeff Wall, James Welling
 
Curators: Lisa Baldelli, Marie-Noëlle Farcy
 
artists: Bernd & Hilla Becher, Valérie Belin, Sophie Calle, Roland Fischer, Nan Goldin, Shirin Neshat, Martin Parr, Pasha Rafiy, Mitra Tabrizian, Wolfgang Tillmans, Kyoichi Tsuzuki

 

Roland Fischer Solo Exhibition: „Open Sessions“ at Order of Physicians, South Regional Council, Lisbon (Solo Exhibition)
 

„Transhistorical Places“ (Rio), 2018
Benefit Auction for Museum Pinakothek der Moderne, Lot 12

 

Solo Exhibition „Portraits and Places“ @ Munich Re Art Gallery, Munich
curator: Susanne Ehrenfried

 

Summer Open House at Durham Press (sculpture by Roland Fischer)
Durham, Pennsylvania
opening: SATURDAY, July 13, 2019
curators: Jean Paul Russel, Ann Marshall
 
artists: Hurvin Anderson, Polly Apfelbaum, Roland Fischer, Chitra Ganesh, John Giorno, Jacob Hashimoto, Michael Heizer, Emil Lukas, Beatriz Milhazes, James Nares, Mickalene Thomas
 
 
Roland Fischer: NIGHT AND DAY | 2018 Portfolio of Twelve Woodblock Prints, Durham Press
 


New Series: „Transhistorical Places“ (Lima), 2018, 204 x 162cm (80,3 x 63,7 inches)    (click for more)

 

Elmhurst Art Museum „The Human Touch“ 2017-05.14. -2017-08.27.
 
artists: Vik Muniz, Robert Longo, Alec Soth, Kehinde Wiley, Elizabeth Peyton, Roland Fischer, Ann Hamilton, Hung Liu, JR, Till Freiwald and more
 
Roland Fischer and Gregor Hildebrandt: „Swimming Lessons“, 2018           (click for more)
 

The Pavillion, 2010, 220 x 149,4 cm (86 1/5 x 58 3/4 inches) [architect: Mies van der Rohe]
„New Architectures“ (Click for more)
 

ongoing Exhibition: Lichtempfindlich 2, Schauwerk Sindelfingen     Eldorado, Brasilia, 2006, 180 x 125 cm      click for more

 

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Interview in LUST AUF GUT-Magazin Nr.113, 2018
Interview in English

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ZONAMACO, Mexico City 2018, Galeria Pelaires


ZONAMACO, Mexico City 2018, Galeria Pelaires

 

18.11.2017
Benefit Auction for Museum Pinakothek der Moderne, Lot 14

 

opening march 25th, 11am including works from the new series "Figurations"

Zhu Zhu #4145, 2007, 141 x 162 cm (55 1/2 x 63 3/4 inches)

Chinese pool portraits
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Pelaires 2017-3
Roland Fischer @ Galeria Pelaires, Palma, Spain

Installation – Project for „Façades“


Façades
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Roland Fischer „New Architectures“,  Kunstverein Rosenheim
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Roland Fischer „Refugees Collective Portrait“, Kunstverein Rosenheim
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N01, 1984, 170 x 120 cm (67 x 47 1/4 inches)

Nuns and monks
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Björn Vedder, Moshe Zuckermann, Dan Shaham, Michael Brenner, Roland Fischer im Schafhof Freising
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Roland Fischer „Israeli Collective Portrait“
Tel Aviv University Art Gallery, Public Space Installation
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Galeria Carlos Carvalho, Lisbon
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Blogs about „Façades“:

Spiegel Online
Slate
Fast Company
Archilovers
Design Taxi
AD (Italy)
DETAILdaily
Il Post (Italy)

 

 

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ROLAND FISCHER, FAÇADES
Ed. Petra Giloy-Hirtz
Graphic Design by Philippe Loup
Essays by Sheryl Conkelton, Petra Giloy-Hirtz und Lyle Rexer
English-German edition
224 pages, 101 colour illustrations
25 x 31,5 cm, hardcover with dust jacket
Published by Hirmer

 

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Series „Nuns and Monks“ (1984-1986) at Galerie ABTART, Stuttgart
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April 21, 2015: Artist Talk „Façades – Hybrid Images“,
with curator and publisher Dr. Petra Giloy-Hirtz at Walter Storms Gallery Munich

 

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Galeria Pelaires, Palma de Mallorca
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Museo Casal Solleric, Palma de Mallorca
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Museo Casal Solleric, Palma de Mallorca
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 „Die Kathedrale“
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne
Roland Fischer (left), (mit Roy Lichtenstein (right), Andreas Gursky, Andy Warhol u.a.), (rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln/Marion Mennicken)

 

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„5 Jahre Schellingstr. 48“
walter storms gallery, Munich
Sean Scully (left), Roland Fischer (right)
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The Human Touch: Selections from the RBC Wealth Management Art Collection April 26, 2014 to September 14, 2014

The Human Touch: Selections from the RBC Wealth Management Art Collection
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Oregon

 

retrospective workshow on 30,000 sq ft (3.000 qm)Retrospektive „Roland Fischer – New Photography 1984-2012“
Saarland.Museum, Saarbrücken 2012

Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1989

Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich 2003