KAREN KNORR: TRANSMIGRATIONS
Augusta Edwards Fine Art
Cromwell Place, London
20–31 October 2021
Announcing a new print edition and the solo exhibition ‘Transmigration’ by Karen Knorr with Augusta Edwards Fine Art in Gallery 1 at 4 Cromwell Place, London SW7 2JE. Plus Open Studio during Photo London.
Transmigrations refers to both displacement and reincarnation as well as to the migration of souls to an afterlife. In this age of climate change and of great migrations to come, where will our wildlife reside? Will the situation lead to a redefinition of living space in favour of the natural world and the displaced tribes? Animals appear in Knorr’s photographs as signifiers of a radical alterity, or “otherness”, representing the vulnerable, displaced, and rejected. Animals in three series (India Song, Monogatari and Fables), set in India, Japanese and European interiors, are the principal actors in a perpetual conflict between nature and culture. Humans are now both perpetrators and victims of the oncoming horrors of our warming earth.
New A3 Print Edition: A Faithful Companion
Editions 1-5 £750, 5-10 £1000, 10-15 £1250, 15-20 £1500, 20-25 £2000, AP1+AP2 £2500
(+VAT and postage)
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Reminder: Karen Knorr Open Studio During Photo London (10–11 September)
Karen Knorr is opening the doors to her London studio during Photo London. On display will be a number of new works and a selection from Academies and Gentlemen.
Karen Knorr Open Studio: 10–11 September (Friday–Saturday, 10am-4pm)
To visit the studio please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a part of Photo London 2021 Karen Knorr will be exhibiting selected works in Somerset House with HI-NOON, an artist-led platform specialising in curated selections of photographic works in unique limited editions. Karen Knorr’s most recent monograph Questions (After Brecht) will also be available to view at Photo London with the publisher GOST Books.
Masculinities Still Showing in Arles
The major touring group exhibition Masculinities, curated by Alona Pardo, will open next week at La Mécanique Général as part of the annual photography festival Les Rencontres d’Arles in the south of France. Included in the exhibition is the entirety of Karen Knorr’s photographic work Gentlemen (1981-1983).