Jarvis Dooney Galerie

Jarvis Dooney Galerie Contemporary Art Gallery based in Berlin, established 2013, specialising in Lens Based Media (photography, video, etc.) Jarvis Dooney Galerie presents a thematically curated programme of contemporary photography and photo media, with a focus on artists from Australia and New Zealand.

Representing both established and emerging artists, the gallery also hosts artists talks and presentations, providing a platform for cultural exchange between Germany and Oceania.

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Groucho Marx is famously quoted as saying "I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member" and altho...
23/08/2021
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Groucho Marx is famously quoted as saying "I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member" and although we have been turning down invitations for years, last week their persistence paid off when we signed up for Artsy membership.

Over the next weeks we'll be adding our inventory of available works, our past exhibition history, art fair participation, and exploring the possibilities of the online marketplace in the fourth wave of covid-19 digital art world landscape.

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Photo: Recording the medicinal plants of Siwai, Bougainville from Kate Robertson, presented during the 2018 edition of EMOP Berlin - European Month of Photography

Founded in Berlin in 2013 by Christy Jarvis & Michael Dooney, the gallery has a focus on photography, video & time based works. Presenting both regional arti…

Ángel Luis González is the director of PhotoIreland, an independent organisation dedicated to stimulating a critical dia...
22/09/2020

Ángel Luis González is the director of PhotoIreland, an independent organisation dedicated to stimulating a critical dialogue around Photography in Ireland and to internationally promoting the work of Irish-based artists. He won the David Manley Entrepreneur Award in 2011 for the PhotoIreland Festival project. In 2011, he launched The Library Project, a public resource library of photobooks, holding in excess of 3000 items from more than 300 publishers worldwide.

The Library Project also gives name to Ireland’s Art Bookshop, a unique space in Dublin’s city centre, offering the photobook collection, an eclectic bookshop, and a productive gallery programme. He has been a portfolio reviewer at events such as Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles, FORMAT International Photography Festival, PHotoESPAÑA, and Triennial of Photography Hamburg. He is responsible for books such as Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade, New Irish Works, and the ongoing TLP Editions. He contributed to Landskrona Foto 2016, focused on Photography in Ireland, and he is an invited lecturer at university programmes, such as the Fine Art Photography Master at IED Madrid - Istituto Europeo di Design.

In 2019, he launched the public-facing project entitled ‘The Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland’ with its first instalment running 1-31 July as a 2000 m2 exhibition space, enquiring about Museums and Photography. The project will run every year during July as part of PhotoIreland Festival, until it becomes a fully fledged museum space. More recently, he developed OVER Journal, a new critical journal of Photography and Visual Culture for the 21st century, which was launched during PhotoIreland Festival 2020.

Interview with Ángel Luis González recorded by Michael Dooney on 31. July 2020 with SquadCast.fm between Berlin, Germany and Dublin, Ireland.

Portrait photo by Matthew Thompson

Dr. Harriet Roth studied Medieval History, Modern History, and Art History. She obtained her doctorate in art history in...
07/09/2020

Dr. Harriet Roth studied Medieval History, Modern History, and Art History. She obtained her doctorate in art history in 1996 with a thesis on The Origins of Museums in the 16th Century under the supervision of Horst Bredekamp, at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Her various publications deal with museum history and the architecture of Richard Neutra. Since 2019 Harriet has been the curator of the Wochenende der Moderne project for the Bezirksamt Steglitz/Zehlendorf of Berlin, Office for Further Education and Culture.

Interview with Dr. Harriet Roth recorded by Michael Dooney on 10. June 2020 at Onkel-Tom-Straße 87, 14169 Berlin, Germany.

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Dorothee Bienert is the director of Galerie im Körnerpark and Galerie im Saalbau, Berlin Neukölln. Together with Kati Ki...
28/08/2020

Dorothee Bienert is the director of Galerie im Körnerpark and Galerie im Saalbau, Berlin Neukölln. Together with Kati Kivinen, director of Museum for Contemporary Art Kiasma Helsinki, Dorothee curated the exhibition Fragile Times. Supported by the Finnland-Institut Deutschland and hosted by the Galerie im Körnerpark, this timely exhibition opened at the beginning of July and will continue until the 18th of October 2020.

Galerie im Körnerpark is one of over 30 municipal galleries throughout Berlin and is part of the Kommunale Galerien Berlin network. This years KGB Kunstwoche (art week) will take place from Friday 28. August until Sunday 6. September 2020.

The Fragile Times exhibition is supported by the Finnish Institute in Germany.

Interview with Dorothee Bienert recorded by Michael Dooney on 18. August 2020 at the Café im Körnerpark, Berlin Neukölln.

EP30: Renowned for inspiring and intelligent delivery of uniquely crafted festivals and arts events, Fiona Sweet is an i...
17/08/2020

EP30: Renowned for inspiring and intelligent delivery of uniquely crafted festivals and arts events, Fiona Sweet is an influential and highly sought after speaker, industry judge in Australia and internationally including at Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles, France; Fotofestiwal Lodz, Poland; and Triennial of Photography Hamburg, Germany.

Prior to her appointment at Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Sweet was the founding Director of Sweet Creative, a leading design agency in Melbourne receiving prestigious awards from the Australian Graphic Design Association and the Victorian Government. Sweet co-founded Melbourne’s Acland Street Projection Festival and has served on the boards of the Melbourne Fringe, Chamber Made Opera, Shir Madness and Australian Graphic Design Association. She currently sits on the Industry Advisory Group for LCI Melbourne, and the Advisory Committee for the Discipline of Photography at RMIT University. In 2018 Sweet was awarded an The Ian Potter Foundation Development Grant assisting her research concerning international art festival best practice.

Interview with Fiona Sweet recorded by Michael Dooney on 2. June 2020 via SquadCast.fm between Berlin and Melbourne.

Portrait by Chippy Rivera.

Catherine Evans is a Berlin-based Australian artist who works across photography, sculpture and installation. Her work f...
03/08/2020

Catherine Evans is a Berlin-based Australian artist who works across photography, sculpture and installation. Her work focuses on geologic time and where this intersects with our own human timescales: as found in our bodies, their materiality and our lived-histories through colonialism and archaeology. Initially trained in science, and then photography, her work is characterised by a material intimacy that subverts the utility of everyday materials such as rocks, carpet and sticky tape to give unexpected shifts in our perception of light, weight and balance.

After completing her studies at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, she was recipient of a VCA Graduate Mentorship (2013) and Georges Mora Fellowship (2017). She has exhibited widely, most recently her work "Standing Stone" won first prize in the 2020 Neuköllner Kunstpreis, Berlin.

Interview with Catherine Evans recorded by Michael Dooney on 15. May 2020 in Neukölln, Berlin.

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April Gertler is an American artist who has been living and working in Berlin since 2005. She studied at University of C...
20/07/2020

April Gertler is an American artist who has been living and working in Berlin since 2005. She studied at University of California, Berkeley (BA, Social Science Interdisciplinary Studies - Hons), California College of the Arts (BFA - Photography) and Bard College (MFA - Photography). April did an exchange semester at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste - Städelschule Frankfurt/Main, which is what initially brought her to Germany. After finishing her MFA, she returned to Frankfurt and subsequently moved to Berlin.

April's work is preoccupied with the idea of the communal experience of a moment as an access point. That access point has taken a variety of forms including lecture performance with the sharing of baked goods, one night bars and exhibitions in additional to collaborative durational walks.

She has exhibited and taught internationally. In 2009, April started a peer-to-peer knowledge exchange art program PICTURE BERLIN for international artists. The program has developed into multiple programs each year. Last year (2019) marked 10 years of the program and April and her team were awarded a significant Hauptstadtkulturfond from the Ministry of Culture for the project Interiors to Being, a month long festival of performance, exhibitions, walks and discussions which celebrated the alumni and participating artists from PICTURE BERLIN over the years.

Since the start of PICTURE BERLIN, April has been simultaneously working on her own practice which has included other performative and curatorial projects such as Sonntag and TAKE THE CAKE - a hybrid baking show and lecture performance. In the Fall of 2020 April will be opening a new project space in Neukölln called WIRWIR, with Adrian Sc*****er.

April's most recent projects include the Sonntag Book, an overview of Sonntag - a collaborative project she has been doing with Adrian Sc*****er which invites an artist to show their work in a private apartment for a Sunday afternoon presentation. The artist's favourite cake is also served during the matinee exhibition. April and Adrian have been doing the project since 2012. In addition, she recently finished a new episode of TAKE THE CAKE titled, APPELTAART which she performed in Amsterdam.

April has been teaching Analog Photography as an Adjunct Professor at Bard College Berlin in Berlin, Germany since Spring 2016.

Interview with April Gertler recorded by Michael Dooney on 29. May 2020 in Mitte, Berlin.

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@Piotr Pietrus is a Polish born artist and social activist photographer. He graduated from the Akademie der Bildenden Kü...
06/07/2020

@Piotr Pietrus is a Polish born artist and social activist photographer. He graduated from the Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, Germany in 2008, and went on to do a masterclass with Arno Fischer at the Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie in Berlin, where he now lives and works. Possessing a strong contemporary documentary practice, his work investigates the sites where the poetic and political intersect in the wake of a growing resistance towards social injustice and the ecological crises. His work has been published widely including GREENPEACE MAGAZIN, MONOPOL - Magazin für Kunst und Leben, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Der Greif - Organization for Contemporary Photography, VICE, If You Leave, Phases and Aint Bad PhotoMag among others. Recently he exhibited with EEP Berlin, a new curatorial initiative dedicated to showcasing the strongest Eastern European photography to Berlin audiences.

Interview with Piotr Pietrus recorded by Michael Dooney on 15. May 2020 in Neukölln, Berlin, Germany.

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29/06/2020

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Georgie Pope is a Berlin based curator who started her career working at commercial galleries and project spaces in Sydn...
22/06/2020

Georgie Pope is a Berlin based curator who started her career working at commercial galleries and project spaces in Sydney, Australia. She is currently a curator for Independent Collectors, a digital platform for art collectors and the largest non-commercial archive of private collections worldwide. Georgie also works as art mediator at The Boros Collection / Bunker Berlin, a heritage listed World War II air-raid shelter and home to Karen and Christian Boros private collection of contemporary art.

Completing the Curatorial Practice and Contemporary Arts course at the School for Curatorial Studies Venice in 2018 consolidated her previous art world experiences. This enabled her individual curatorial interests to become more focused on activation of art works; whether through education, presentation or other forms of audience engagement. Leading to an increased involvement with preformative art and the opportunities this experiential medium provides - not least of which includes the increased interest from art collectors who wish to support and be more involved in this recently institutionalised part of the art world and relative newcomer to the art market.

Interview with Georgina Pope recorded by Michael Dooney on 12. May 2020 in Kreuzberg, Berlin.

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PhotoAccess invites artists, photographers and curators at all stages of their careers to propose exhibitions of contemp...
16/06/2020
Exhibition Proposals | PhotoAccess

PhotoAccess invites artists, photographers and curators at all stages of their careers to propose exhibitions of contemporary photo-based art for the 2021 Huw Davies Gallery season.

PhotoAccess is the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) and region’s centre for contemporary photography, film and video and media arts. Located in Canberra at the Manuka Arts Centre, we foster artistic excellence in photo-media, with a particular focus on connecting fine art practice with explorations of how photographic culture shapes our lives and our world.

https://www.photoaccess.org.au/see-proposals/

Applications for PhotoAccess' 2021 exhibition program are now open! Submit your proposal for next year's Huw Davies Gallery season in Canberra.

David Charles Collins (b. 1988, Perth, Australia) is an artist examining perceptions of identity and masculinity through...
08/06/2020

David Charles Collins (b. 1988, Perth, Australia) is an artist examining perceptions of identity and masculinity through the mediums of photography, performance and video. Based in Sydney since 2016, David graduated with an MFA from Sydney College of the Arts in 2017 under the supervision of Australian contemporary artist Julie Rrap.

David’s work has been displayed in several exhibitions including solo shows at P*P - Perth Centre for Photography and Stills Gallery as well as group exhibitions such as Pingyao Photography Festival in China. Most recently his work has been included in BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! a project by The Little Black Gallery, curated by co-founder Ghislain Pascal, to promote q***r and gay photography.

Publications which have reviewed David's work include: Australian Art Collector Magazine, Art Guide Australia, Scoop magazine and The Age. His work is held in collections including the Art Gallery of Western Australiaand the University of Western Australia’s Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.

Interview with David Charles Collins recorded by Michael Dooney on 12. May 2020 between Berlin & Sydney with SquadCast.fm.

Photo by Adrian Pinto.

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JARVIS DOONEY is a Berlin based contemporary art gallery, founded in 2013 by Christy Jarvis & Michael Dooney, with a focus on lens based media; that being photography, video and time based works. Presenting both European based artists and those from the founders homeland Australia, the gallery acts as a point of cultural exchange between Europe and Oceania; giving artists an opportunity for their work to be discovered by a curious public in a thriving international community.

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#throwbackthursday Only six days left to enter the Bowness Photography Prize! This photograph, ‘Delphi’ (2016), forms part of Polixeni Papapetrou’s series, Eden. The ten photographs that make up this body of work show young women wearing floral dresses. The models stand in front of floral backgrounds while holding or wearing an arrangement of fresh flowers. The images merge figure and ground so that the models seem to disappear into their surroundings. With this merging of formal elements Papapetrou evoked a forged unity between the young women and the flowers, between nature and culture. The flowers symbolise the cycle of life and the passing of time, while the series reflects on the young women’s transformation as they move through childhood and emerge into the adult world. In this way, Eden explores themes that are central to Papapetrou’s oeuvre; illuminating her interest in transience and in-between, transitionary stages of life. With this work, Papapetrou won the 2017 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. Bowness Photography Prize Call for entries until 8 July 2020 ENTER HERE: https://www.mga.org.au/bowness-prize Explore more works by Papapetrou in MGA’s collection here: https://www.mga.org.au/collection/explore/index/artist_247/1 Image: Polixeni PAPAPETROU Delphi 2016 from the series Eden pigment ink-jet print 127.5 x 85.0 cm Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection donated by MGA Foundation 2017 MGA 2017.62 courtesy of the Estate of Polixeni Papapetrou Page, Michael Reid Sydney and Jarvis Dooney Galerie
This weekend Alice Connew sat down with Michael Dooney of Jarvis Dooney Galerie to discuss Patti Smith, correct pronunciations of Connew, books as art and her (our!) upcoming new title ‘Still Looking Good’ — the final part of a triadic collaboration with dancer/choreographer Oliver Connew. Photo 1: Daniela Elorza Photo 2: Jarvis Dooney Galerie
Mercedes Debeyne is showing at Jarvis Dooney Galerie's Postcard Salon till 20 April. "The photograph on the postcard is from the series “Change“. In 2010 Mercedes Debeyne was part of the student exchange programm „WatchingYouWatchingMe“ in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Initiated by Aida Muluneh and Eva Maria Ocherbauer this project was funded by German Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa). The results were shown in Neue Schule für Fotografie Berlin in 2010 as part of EMOP Berlin - European Month of Photography, and in the Goethe-Institut Addis Abeba as part of Addis Foto Fest (AFF) in December 2010. Her series focuses on the „change“ in one of the most rapidly transforming cities on the globe. A walk between the rural and the urban. Mercedes Debeyne was born in Belgium and is based in Berlin since 1992. After graduation from the Neue Schule of Fotografie in Berlin in 2009, with the series „in broad daylight“, Mercedes continues to work in black and white. Urban places and desolate landscapes are her main interests. She sees herself as a wanderer, a flaneur inspired by photographers like John Gossage and Atget, focussing on the impressionistic character of places. Mercedes produces unspectacular silent photographs with a touch of surrelism."
thx again Jarvis Dooney Galerie xx
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