Collective

SEASON -  Progressive-Street Exhibition

EXHIBITION SPACE

Gli Eroici Furori - Via Melzo, 30, 20129, Milano

DATES AND TIMES: Fri, Sep 17, 20216:30 PM  Thu, Oct 7, 20217:30 PM

PPRESENZE - Women Progressive Street

Gli Eroici Furori - Via Melzo, 30, 20129, Milano

DATES AND TIMES: Fri, Sep 17, 20216:30 PM  Thu, Oct 7, 20217:30 PM

STATIONS AND STATIONS AND STATION - Progressive-Street Exhibition

EXHIBITION SPACE

Gli Eroici Furori - Via Melzo, 30, 20129, Milano

DATES AND TIMES: Thu, Oct 15, 20206:30 PM  Wed, Oct 28, 20207:00 PM

 

DOUBLE TROUBLE: EXPOSING WOMEN IN STREET

EXHIBITION SPACE

Bondi Beach Promenade (next to the skateboard park) Queen Elizabeth Dr 2026 Bondi Beach , NSW

DATES AND TIMES: 06 November 2020 to 06 December 2020

 

SPECIAL STATION - Progressive-Street Exhibition

EXHIBITION SPACE

SpazioRaw corso di Porta Ticinese 69 Milano

DATES AND TIMES: Sat, Oct 20, 2018 - 7:00 AM  Sat, Nov 10, 2018 - 8:00 AM

 

RESPECT NO-VIOLENCE

Respect is part of a project of human narratives. The glass box in which the protagonist is closed makes her free in front of the lens, so you can understand her secrets.

EXHIBITION SPACE

Galleria Celeste - Contrà XX Settembre 56 - Vicenza

DATES AND TIMES: February 22 - March 31 / 2015

 

LA POETICA DEL CORPO

FESTIVAL DELLE ARTI 2013

Exhibition by Batsceba Hardy and Donatella D’Angelo/Josè Lasheras

EXHIBITION SPACE

Circolo R. Nardi, Giudecca (VE), Calle dei Spini 432

DATES AND TIMES: Friday 13 - Sunday 15  September 2013

 

NULL – LUCI SULLA CITTA’

Video_photo installation by Batsceba Hardy & Alma A.

EXHIBITION SPACE

Caserta, OfCA Space

DATES AND TIMES: September-December 2010

 

 

Solo

 

BERLIN SNAPSHOTS

EXHIBITION SPACE: Vinoteca Friedrich Wilhelm Platz 4, Berlin

DATES AND TIMES:  March/April 2014

 

BERLIN (crossing) - AiC Festival 

EXHIBITION SPACE

Arte in Corte Festival - Corte de La Filanda - Manerba del Garda (BS)

DATES AND TIMES: March 30/ May 4,  2013

 

IN UTERO

La femminilità esplorata come UN VIAGGIO DI MUTAZIONI 

EXHIBITION SPACE

UrbanGallery – Milano via delle Foppette, 2

DATES AND TIMES: March 27 / 11 april 2013

 

 

BERLINO ISTANTANEE

Un viaggio per Berlino attraverso gli occhi di Batsceba Hardy, una serie di scatti mai banali che riescono a catturare lo spirito nascosto della città.

Berlin through the eyes of Batsceba Hardy. A series of shots that manage to capture the hidden spirit of the city.

EXHIBITION SPACE

UrbanGallery - Milano via delle Foppette, 2

DATES AND TIMES: 7 giugno - 31 luglio 2012

 

STORYBODY

Fotografien von Batsceba Hardy -

EXHIBITION SPACE

Café Con Calma -Schönfließer straße 16 Berlin                          

DATES AND TIMES: 11 november - 21 dezember 2011

 

STORYBODY

EXHIBITION SPACE

Spazio Nur, Milano

DATES AND TIMES: December 2010

 

STORYBODY - IKONOGRAPHIE DER KONTINGENZ teil 1. : Frakturen - 

EXHIBITION SPACE

Galleria La Carmelina, Ferrara.

DATES AND TIMES: March 2010

Exhibitions/Mostre

DOUBLE TROUBLE: EXPOSING WOMEN IN STREET

Festival Year : 2020 (covid19) Festival launch live stream. 6:00pm 1 May (Sydney time)

EXHIBITION DESCRIPTION

'Double Trouble' is a first of its kind exhibition at Head On, presenting the work of contemporary women street photographers from around the world.

'Double Trouble' is an exhibition of diptychs, where each work consists of two paired images by two different photographers.  This format provides an alternative to the conventional structure of street photography exhibitions, which are usually based on the primacy of the single image.

By pairing two images as a diptych, we are able to tell a more complex story than with a single image, enhancing the viewer's experience of the work. The work presented is also representative of the different styles of contemporary street photography.

'Double Trouble' is a collaboration between Women in Street and the Unexposed Collective. The exhibition is presented and curated by Julia Coddington and Rebecca Wiltshire, co-founders of the Unexposed Collective.

Women in Street and Unexposed Collective provide platforms to showcase the work of women, NB and intersex street photographers. The creation of these groups was a response to the domination of the male voice in street photography and reflects the founders' determination that as street photography grows in popularity, women are not left behind. Either as a consequence of casual or institutional sexism or our own fears about putting our work and ourselves forward.

ARTIST BIO

Women in Street is a global community of female street photographers established by Minnesota based artist Casey Meshbesher. Unexposed Collective is a community of Australian women, non-binary and intersex street photographers established by Julia Coddington and Rebecca Wiltshire. Women in Street and the Unexposed Collective organise activities (including photo walks, exhibitions and online publications) and actively engage women, non-binary and intersex street photographers on their social media platforms. The artists for the exhibition come from the two communities.

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Special Station - Progressive-Street Exhibition

SpazioRaw corso di Porta Ticinese 69 Milano

Sat, Oct 20, 2018 7:00 AM  Sat, Nov 10, 2018 8:00 AM

Nineteen photographers for these epicenters, crossroads, joints, fixed everywhere, in the geographic and physical world: the gestures, first of all, the silhouettes, the postures. And the epigrammatic faces (if Orazio, the simplest of the Latin poets, crossed them, what would he say?)

Stations like immense pavilions of the Vanity Fair (vanitas vanitatum) called life: again, who are they, where do they go, what are they thinking, and what are they dreaming of? Those figures almost asleep.

Stations like spaceships within psychic spaces, the movement that photographs freeze is not still, is only a second of the continuum that is space-time.

And I think with pride also to the black and white stations of our Neo-realism, companies of hungry comedians climbed on the train and went, they went ... again, where? The question you have asked yourself, authors of this impressive exhibition, is perhaps this? ... such and such to your frame that guards us forever ... for memory, affection, agreement.

And supreme nostalgia.

 

 

 

RESPECT NO-VIOLENCE

Galleria Celeste - Contrà XX Settembre 56 - Vicenza

February 22 - March 31 / 2015

Il progetto di denuncia della violenza sulle donne nasce da Batsceba Hardy, artista milanese residente a Berlino, che presenta alla Galleria Celeste di Vicenza la sua ricerca visuale: dieci scatti in sequenza, una giovane racchiusa in una scatola di vetro per raccontare il gesto di rifiuto della vittima. Altre otto artiste concorrono all'esposizione che si terrà fino alla fine di marzo nel suggestivo spazio: Gilda Pisan con assemblaggi materici; Rita Pierangelo con sguardi iperralistici; Caterina Romano si esprime attraverso la fotografia-coreografia, Elena Ester Accardo con archetipi ancestrali mentre Gaia Lionello si affida a immagini "ieratiche-ultravedenti" ed Elizabetta Roan esplora il femminile con le "finestre dell'anima". Le opere caleidoscopiche a quattro mani di Astrid Paola Rosa ed Erika Fondasi concludono questo lungo itinerario nell'universo femminile: violato, recuperato, difeso a oltranza.

Respect is part of a project of human narratives. The glass box in which the protagonist is closed makes her free in front of the lens, so you can understand her secrets.


There is a moment when tranquillity becomes more than lack of tension; when the gesture finds stability, the pupil lets the last residue go. It is a rebirth, or even more: it is the announcement that the violence has been neutralized and it falls to the ground like a clumsy, oversized dress. Now useless.
The photographic sequence you are observing follows this process of neutralization. It was necessary to reconstruct its moments to move on. But this time, behind the blurry glass of the conscience which is moving forward. Eyes we do not see, but whose gaze suffers through us. Arms pressing memories on the surface.
Photography can capture the feelings, shades and symbols of this unfolding, presenting them with the same urgency of communication, here and now: the happiness of the victim no longer victim, in a rediscovered spontaneity. Softness is discretion and respect: the fragile diaphragm of the lens - and glass - as the amniotic fluid that surrounds the fetus.
The record of the torments is left to the words of the protagonist; the photographic series accompanies and interprets this truth in ten acts: a complete series of images, which dissolves softly – as if lost into a remote sphere – to be observed from a distance.
Under the reassuring label 'Anti-Violence Project': the images, one by one; the flickering of her palms, the hands supporting her head, the crook of her neck.
Serenity comes out of violence: we know it; we can guess it.
The two women together, photographer and model, condemn violence: their agreement; image and corporeality; giving in and holding back, towards freedom.
 

with Apolloni

Vinoteca Friedrich Wilhelm Platz 4

Maria Lucchese and Matthias Bauer

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(foto 30x40/45)
 1. Badminton - 2. Berlin Leipzigstrasse
 -3. Closeness
- 4. Dangerous Minds XIII
 -5. Et dieu crea la femme
-6. Le dernier métro
 -7. Reading Seamus Heaney
 - 8. She studies
  -9. Snack

-10. The Observer
 -11. The Reader
-12. Three
 -13. Woman kinda looked like Cameron Diaz
(foto 50x50)
-14. Fuori fa freddo

(foto 55x70 circa) 
-15. Golden Shadow  -16. The Filmmaker -
17. Westkruez silhouettes  

-18. Woman at the Window -
19. Yellow Woman 
-20. The Opposite House -
21. -Stop This Train

-22. Fields of Gold 
-23. Solitudes
 -24. Fraction of life - 25. Chambermaid

Charlottenburg - Hackeschen Markt

video for exhibition "Berlin" Batsceba Hardy ad AiC Festival - March 30/ May 4,  2013

BERLIN (crossing)
Arte in Corte Festival - Corte de La Filanda - Manerba del Garda (BS)

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Le sue immagini rimandano alle parole, le parole echeggiano le immagini. In questa ricerca incrociata, cui si dedica ormai da tempo, è molto brava BATSCEBA HARDY, fotografa-scrittrice che ha la sua base a Berlino. In questi giorni espone a Milano la sua ultima produzione, che si intitola IN UTERO come i suoi racconti pubblicati in e-book dalla casa editrice EMMA BOOK.
La femminilità è esplorata come UN VIAGGIO DI MUTAZIONI attraverso grandi formati fotografici realizzati con la tecnica della sovrapposizione di fotogrammi, fusioni di colori e forme. Spiega Batsceba: "È la vita, l'individualità che si amalgama nella realtà circostante, si confonde con la natura, con gli oggetti. La metamorfosi come sconfinamento, perdita di ogni limite spazio-temporale.” Le comby-photo di Batsceba Hardy sono esposte alla URBAN GALLERY in via delle Foppette 2 (angolo via Savona) dal 27 marzo in poi.
March 27 / 11 april 2013 -

BATSCEBA HARDY  URBAN GALLERY  EMMA BOOK

 

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UrbanGallery Milano
Milano via delle Foppette, 2
tel.3486541228
dal 7 giugno al 31 luglio 2012

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Storybody - Fotografien von Batsceba Hardy - 11 november - 21 dezember 2011
eröffnung donnerstag 10. november 2011 18.00 uhr
Café Con Calma -Schönfließer straße 16, (am Arnimplatz) 0493026347418 Berlin, Germany                          

(Prenzlauer Berg S+U Schönhauser Allee

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null - Caserta

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In December 2010 she exhibited in Milan, Spazio Nur, "StoryBody"

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Backstage STORYBODY - IKONOGRAPHIE DER KONTINGENZ teil 1. : Frakturen -  Ferrara

STORYBODY - IKONOGRAPHIE DER KONTINGENZ teil 1. : Frakturen  - Ferrara

STORYBODY

Concept:
Photos as fractions of thinking
Hyperrealism of the Body
Montage:
Photograms of the body in movement cut to be reassembled
in order to create an estranged vision.
The author works with the program Comic Life, creating empty paper
page on which to paste and assemble the photograms previously
extrapolated, exactly as it used to be done in the analogue studio.
A real use of the virtual.
Colour:
The colour is obtained exclusively with colour Subtraction, in the
grey-scale with the insertion of some plastic and emotive tonalities
to enhance the layers and the senses.

IKONOGRAPHIE DER KONTINGENZ teil 1. : Frakturen

concept
this project belongs to a series of studies of the body its
disorders and vulnerability, and the way the body is experienced,
sanctified and betrayed.
this specific study mise-en-scène - focuses on a multiple path of
dislocation, operating through fragments of intimacy and intrusion.
thesis:
fracture
disruption
plasticity
intimacy
this project is a recherche - as to defining perspectives -
through the use of different approaches to the body: photographic, plastic
and aural.
the movement is fragemented in:
photos/photograms (movement impressed / forgotten )
sculpture (movement fixed / remembered

music: interior + fraktur by Martha Agostini

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COLLANA INTER/AZIONI

ROBERTO AGOSTINI, onde del ritorno

Foto di Batsceba Hardy

Prefazione di Chiara De Luca

Kolibris 2012

ISBN 978-88-96263-61-7

pp. 88, € 12,00

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COVERS

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