>> What I really love about Frederik besides his impressive body of work that stands for itself is his interest in many different fields of culture. Especially his political and social work in the queer empowerment movement. <<
CURATOR MIRKO HECKTOR ABOUT THE ARTIST
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Frederik Busch (*1974) is a media artist, photographer and university teacher from Hamburg, Germany. He studied film science at Freie Universität Berlin, acting and performing arts at the University of Arts Berlin, and finished his education with a diploma in media art from State University of Art and Design / ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany.
His works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Berlin, Munich, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Karlsruhe, as well as in France, Greece, Denmark and Korea.
His images and texts are continuously published in German periodicals such as Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Munich; Dummy, Berlin; Siegessäule, Berlin; in Der Greif, Augsburg; brand.eins, Hamburg; Der Spiegel, Hamburg and Zeit Online, Hamburg.
His photographic series and reports were awarded by the Abisag Tüllmann foundation, Deutscher Journalistenpreis DJP, Deutscher JournalistInnenpreis Emma as well as on the nominations shortlist for the Henri Nannen Preis.
As an associate professor Frederik Busch teaches contemporary art photography at universities and art schools in Nuremberg, Halle, Hamburg und Karlsruhe.
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Fine Art Print auf Hahnemühle Baryt Papiere
Edition of 20 incl. signed certificate of authenticity
Fine art print laminated on aluminium dibond
Floater frame in black oak
69 cm x 69 cm
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Why did you decide to do a work for OK KUNST?
A few sentences about your work for OK KUNST?
"What do you appreciate about the collaboration with MIrko Hecktor?
"Which artist colleagues do you appreciate?
Which exhibition do you want to visit in the near future?
>>It´s a good context to give a wider audience access to art, plus OK KUNST has a very kind and professional team. <<
>>The image titled “Skinkiss” raises more questions than it answers. It is the key image to a body of work that I produced in the early years of the 21st century.<<
>>Mirko has a strong and broad knowledge in performing arts, literature, electronic music and fine art. I appreciate and respect people who are skilled in more than one discipline of the arts and can truly work transdisciplinary.<<
>>Johannes Kersting, Julia Penner, Florian Hetz, Ingo Taubhorn, Sibylle Fendt, Frank Eickhoff, Wiebke Puls<<
>>I am looking forward to NIGHT SHIFT by FORT at Kunstverein Hamburg, I will go see Paris Photo in November (if that counts as exhibition) and I am excited to see the work of my Students from AdBK Nuremberg at Frappant Gallery in Hamburg in December. <<