École polytechnique fédérale de Zurich (Zürich)
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2024
Musée d'art de Pully (pully)
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2024
Galerie C (Paris)
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2023
MEP Maison européenne de la photographie (Paris)
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2023
Vontobel (Zurich)
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Gymnase de Bussigny (Bussigny)
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Museo dei Cedri (Bellinzona)
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2023
Victoria Hall (Genève)
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2023
Petit Théâtre (Lausanne)
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2022
Les 6 Toits (Genève)
2022
Musée Jenisch (Vevey)
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2022
KKL (Luzern)
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2022
La Source HES (Lausanne)
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2022
Rhodanie 58 (Lausanne)
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2022
Galerie C (Neuchâtel)
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La Souce HES (Lausanne)
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Grand théâtre (Genève)
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2021
Westerpark (Amsterdam)
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2021
Westerpark (Amsterdam)
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2021
Tableau Zürich (Zürich)
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2021
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2021
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2021
Place Pestalozzi (Yverdon)
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2021
Rotonda la Mobiliare (Locarno Film Festival)
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2021
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2021
Duflon-Racz (Bruxelles)
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2021
Fondation Mère Sofia (Lausanne)
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2021
Valentin 61 (lausanne)
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2021
nomadicartprojects (Olten)
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2020
Stiefels Hopfenkranz (Luzern)
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2020
SUDPOL (Luzern)
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2020
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2020
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2020
Salle des merveilles La Mobilière (Nyon)
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2020
Duflon Racz (Bern)
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2020
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (Norway)
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NEST (The Netherlands)
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2020
Edition VFO (Zürich)
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Stiftung Binz 39 (Zürich)
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Locarno Film Festival (Locarno)
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2019
La Mobilière Headquarters (Bern)
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ARSENIC (Lausanne)
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Mattatoio (Rome)
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2018
Centre Pasquart (Bienne)
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2018
APPROCHE Paris (PARIS)
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twenty14 contemporary (Milano)
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Cité Internationale des Arts de PARIS (PARIS)
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Le Commun (Genève)
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Festival CONVIVENICA (Toulouse)
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Tate Modern (London)
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Galerie Kernweine (Stuttgart)
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Despacio (San José Costa Rica)
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DISINI Visual Arts Festival (Singapore)
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Vitrine Gallery (Basel)
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Vitrine Gallery (Basel)
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Abattoirs de Toulouse (Toulouse)
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Lily Robert (Paris)
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Médiathèque des Abattoirs de Toulouse (Toulouse)
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Aldama fabre gallery (Bilbao)
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Barraco Cultural (Puerto Alegre)
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2017
Kunsthaus Langenthal (Langenthal)
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2017
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2017
Lily Robert (Paris)
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2017
Seen Fifteen (London)
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2017
Seen Fifteen (London)
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Motel Campo (Genève)
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Centre Culturel Suisse (Librairie) (Paris)
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2016
La Filature (Mulhouse)
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2016
Galerie Olivier Robert (Paris)
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2016
Fotofestival Verzasca (Sonogno)
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2016
LILY ROBERT (PARIS)
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Halle 4 // Messeplatz Basel (Basel)
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Palais de Tokyo (Paris)
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Quai 1 (Vevey)
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Art Genève (Genève)
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Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne (Lausanne)
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Centre d'art Circuit (Lausanne)
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Saint Valentin (Lausanne)
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Galerie Azzedine Alaïa (Paris)
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Le commun, BAC (Genève)
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serre du jardin botanique / Nuit des musées (Genève)
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Centre de la photographie Genève (Genève)
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Fotomuseum Winterthur (Winterthur)
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USINE KUGLER (Genève)
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2012
Festival Images (Vevey)
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FOTOHOF Salzburg (Salzburg)
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Abstract (Lausanne)
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2012
galerie Edouard Roch (Ballens)
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Standard-deluxe (Lausanne)
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2010
Rencontre de la photographie (Arles)
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VFG (Zürich)
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2008
VFG (Genève)
Collective
2008

JUNGE MENSCHEN

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Fotomuseum Winterthur (Winterthur)

08.09.2012 - 10.02.2013

JUNGE MENSCHEN Set 9 from the Collection of Fotomuseum Winterthur

Growing up is a time of self-searching. Who am I and who do I want to be? It is a time of trying to ground oneself in the world and build a relationship with one’s own persona. Each individual must personally undergo the experience of transition from a protected childhood into a social system of relationships and responsibility, finding one’s role in group dynamics, identifying and testing possibilities and boundaries. Artistic photography has repeatedly examined this phase of life, from at least two different perspectives. One is the viewpoint of actual experience – a young adult who shares the lives of the protagonists with whom he or she is involved (not only as a photographer), such as Larry Clark and Nan Goldin earlier, or Maya Rochat and Rico Scagliola/Michael Meier today. Then there is the adult perspective on the phenomena of youth, which takes a different form of expression due to a certain distance and life experience. Images of youth also represent a confrontation with one’s own story, with personal successes and defeats, whether as present experiences or reflections on the past.
The exhibition “Young People – Set 9 from the Collection of Fotomuseum Winterthur” explores these questions in life. Artistic positions from five decades show that growing up is still influenced by private as well as social expectations. Moments of transgression, of protest, and experiences with drugs and alcohol are reactions that can be as little ignored as the (sometimes) relentless quest for sexual encounters, or the ongoing search for established models of living, and for possible approaches to the future.

Accompanying the exhibition is the brochure “Young People – Set 9 from the Collection of the Fotomuseum Winterthur” as part of the series of publications on the collection of the Fotomuseum Winterthur. It features an introductory essay by Terry Castle as well as short texts on all participating artists.
Mit Werken von Nobuyoshi Araki, David Armstrong, Nathan Beck, Sabrina Biro, Beni Bischof, Daniele Buetti, Larry Clark, JH Engström, Michel François, Ilse Frech, Julian Germain, Nan Goldin, Paul Graham, Roland Iselin, Ari Marcopoulos, Pietro Mattioli, Boris Mikhailov, Anne Morgenstern, Daido-Moriyama, Taiyo Onorato/Nico Krebs, Suzanne Opton, Helena Påls, Walter Pfeiffer, Pipilotti Rist, Maya Rochat, Viviane Sassen, Rico Scagliola/Michael Meier, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Alec Soth und Tobias Zielony.
Kurator: Thomas Seelig