Karen Knorr’s work is exhibited in Beauty and the Beast in which an examination of animals in photography in celebration of the San Diego Zoo Centennial. Showcasing a diverse range of photographers, including Pieter Hugo, July Blackmon and Tom Chambers ,the exhibition highlights the many ways animals are featured from portraits to supporting subjects. Exhibition presented in English and Spanish. More info is here.
Multi Media Art Museum ul. Ostozhenka, 16, Moscow, Russia, 119034
March 10 – May 8, 2016
Curated by Olga Sviblova
For the 11th Moscow Photobiennale ,Karen Knorr will be showing her 1980’s work for the first time in Russia. The solo exhibition will focus on Knorr’s early black and white work with text about London life in the 1980’s . The exhibition includies the series :Belgravia 1979- 1981 photographed in homes in Knightsbridge ,Gentlemen 1981- 1983 photographed in Saint James’ in exclusive gentlemens’ clubs and Ladies , a recent series made in 2011 using image and text which portrays international socialites, actresses and businesswomen photographed in Home House in Central London.
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Karen Knorr: India Song at Raas Palace, Jodhpur / India
6th February– 5th March 2016
Tasveer is delighted to announce a new partnership with Raas, Jodhpur’s first boutique hotel that reflects in many ways, the Walled City itself.
Situated in the prestigious north-eastern quarter of Jodhpur, in the very shade of Mehrangarh’s Victory Palace and Gate, and a stone’s throw from the Clock Tower; Raas is comprised of four charismatic buildings in Jodhpur’s very own ‘rose-red’ sandstone. The oldest, the Haveli proper as it were, was built towards the end of the 18th Century and with its delicately carved stone panels — the hall-mark of Rajput architecture — served as the exclusive and intimate residence of the family. The newest, the Baradari, is a multi-pillared, multi-purpose open Pavilion built in the 1850s.
In these grandiose and historical surroundings, Tasveer will aptly be showing for the first in a series of regular exhibitions, Karen Knorr: India Song.
IN SPRING, IT IS DAWN THAT IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL / 春はあけぼの
16th January to 21 February 2016
1 White Conduit St, London N1 9EL
Yukari Sato’s breathtaking contemporary washi surrounds Karen Knorr’s photography from the new series ‘Monogatari’. Each work in combination will contribute to a truly auspicious occasion, a fresh new year’s installation at White conduit projects.
Knorr’s metaphorical photographic works evaluate Today’s Japan, and Sato’s contemporary Washi have arrived as a collaborative presentation heralding the ‘Japanese New Year’. Sato’s awe-inspiring handiwork, shown through Knorr’s feministic viewpoint, expresses an altogether new and sublime view of the world.
Tasveer is delighted to announce that India Song: Karen Knorr opens for the first time in Jaipur, in an appropriately regal setting at the famed Amer Fort. Forming a collateral event at Travel Photo Jaipur 2016, the show will be on view from the 5th to the 14th of February 2016.
India Song has been shown globally at museums and art fairs, winning numerous prestigious awards including a Pilar Citoler International Photography Prize and a nomination for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.
Entrance next to Corporation Bank
Royapettah, Chennai 600014
Tasveer and Amethyst are delighted to announce that India Song: Karen Knorr is now on view in Chennai for the first time, until the 1st of December 2015. For Knorr, “The series India Song celebrates the rich visual culture evident in the myths and stories of northern India, blurring the boundaries between reality and illusion. It pays homage to the extraordinary beauty and power of Rajput and Mughal architecture and the hybrid cultures represented in miniature paintings, sculptures, palaces, havelis and mausoleums, and also folk and tribal art.”
GALERIE LES FILLES DU CALVAIRE / PARIS
Karen Knorr’s exhibition MONOGATARI
at Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire October 30 – November 28
A selection of work will be on display also at Paris Photo.
Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire
17 rue des Filles-du-Calvaire, 75003 Paris
Tel. : +33 (0)1 42 74 47 05 firstname.lastname@example.org
Open from Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6:30pm
Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery (September 28 – December 5, 2015)
Curated by Lisa Tung, Director of Curatorial Programs.
The Indian story of the blind men and the elephant tells of earnest, observant individuals trying to describe something. Each of them probes one part of an elephant and gives his description. The result is a wildly diverse range of properties from the ear to the legs, tail, and tusk. All are true yet they hardly coalesce and often conflict.
This is an apt parable for those documenting and drawing inspiration from India, a country that has long been a subject for artists, writers, and scholars fascinated by the nation’s colors, complexities, and contrasts. It is ancient and modern, agrarian and industrial, connected and self-contained.