ifa Gallery Stuttgart

ifa Gallery Berlin

From: Buildings and Faces: Halle, 1983–85 © Helga Paris

01.02. – 08.04.2018

Helga Paris

Photography

From: Berlin, 1974–82. Winsstrasse with Pigeon, 1970s © Helga Paris

01.02. – 08.04.2018

Helga Paris

Photography

From: Buildings and Faces: Halle, 1983–85 © Helga Paris

01.02. – 08.04.2018

Helga Paris

Photography

Louis Henderson: Evidence of Things Unseen but Heard (Filmstill), 2018, courtesy: Louis Henderson

26.1. – 1.4.2018

On Riots and Resistance

Slow Cancellation of the Future

Jitish Kallat: Anger at the Speed of Fright, 2010, courtesy: Jitish Kallat

26.1. – 1.4.2018

On Riots and Resistance

Slow Cancellation of the Future

Karrabing Film Collective: The Jealous One (Filmstill), 2017, courtesy: Karrabing Film Collective

26.1. – 1.4.2018

On Riots and Resistance

Slow Cancellation of the Future

Addresses / Opening hours

Charlottenplatz 17
D-70173 Stuttgart
Phone +49.711.2225.161
alber(at)ifa.de

Tuesdays – Sundays 12 a.m. – 6 p.m
Closed on Mondays and on holidays

Linienstraße 139/140
D-10115 Berlin
Phone +49.30.284491.40
fischer(at)ifa.de

Tuesdays – Sundays 2 – 6 p.m.
Closed on Mondays and on holidays

The new exhibition year opens with a group exhibition entitled ''Colonial Legacies: On Riots and Resistance'', presenting artists whose works address the formation of resistance within postcolonial structures. This is followed by an exhibition of the work of photographer Helga Paris (born 1938), who portrayed everyday life in East Germany with her camera. Then we will present ''Movements'' by Atef Berredjem, an exhibition that looks at the Algerian railway network, seeing it as a metaphor for economic, social and ecological transformation. In the autumn we will present a selection from the Jaou Photography Festival in Tunis. The year will close with a special highlight – clay architecture stands both for a centuries old tradition in building and also plays a significant role in contemporary construction.