Echoes of Bauhaus Photography Cast Long Shadows

2020 Bauhaus-Echoes-of-new-vision-Elisabeth-Ajtay

Exhibition Dates: February 6 – April 24, 2020Opening: February 6 | 6-8pm Curator: Hanna Regev Paying homage to Bauhaus at 100, Echoes of Bauhaus Photography Cast Long Shadows exhibition explores the far-reaching impact of Bauhaus ideas in recent photography and photo-based art.  By bringing together all of its forms – prints, projections, and installations – this exhibition


BCC 5 – The Big Conversation Space

The Big Conversation Space (Clémence de Montgolfier et Niki Korth) & Alexander Rhobs

The Big Conversation Space (Clémence de Montgolfier & Niki Korth) on empathy, knowledge and (self) government, a conversation through works of some outstanding artists that includes my video my neocortex from the Penumbral series and some others.. 7:30pm PST, November 14, 2018 You can watch it here. BCC Channel épisode 5 : Empathie, savoir et gouvernement (de


From Vulva Cave to Kepler 452b

Kepler 452b

On the evening of Nov 1 from 6 to 10, you are invited to join the opening of From Vulva Cave to Kepler 452b, an exhibition, silent auction and fundraiser showcasing artwork from the Kepler artists and extended artist family from Berlin and San Francisco. Through a series of talks, performances and artwork this exhibition


Spring Selections at Don Soker Contemporary


Don Soker Contemporary Art is pleased to announce Spring Selections – Small Works by Gallery Artists March 10 – April 28, 2018 Opening Reception is Saturday, March 10, 4 – 6 pm Don Soker Contemporary Art presents Spring Selections a special group exhibition of small art works by 12 gallery artists. The exhibition is comprised


Features about my current show at DON SOKER Contemporary


DeWitt Cheng, Bay Area art critic’s review of Variations for Visual Art Source. More images of the installation can be seen at DeWitt Cheng’s blog. Kenneth Baker, SF Chronicle’s former art critic’s tweet about Variations.


Variations at DON SOKER Contemporary Art


Variations is comprised of two bodies of work. The first one presented in this show is called metamorphosen (metamorphosis), 2013-2017, in which the artist uses found umbrellas and wires as source material. The umbrellas were picked up in the urban landscape; damaged by weather conditions against which they were promised to offer shelter. The collected


Über Grenze (n) / Of Border (s) In spring 2017, I have been invited by artist Hans Winkler to participate with a video in his long-term project BRENNER BARONS, starting in August, 2017. In this unedited video, I talk about the notion of borders from my very own perspective and experience. The recording is in German. Im Frühjahr 2017 hat mich


Penumbral States


Penumbral States, Alter Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA September 24 – October 29, 2016 Reception: 24 September, 7-10pm Elisabeth Ajtay’s Penumbral States is comprised of several works consisting of darkness punctuated with light. In darkness there is a space that exposes and reveals the fragility of the human body while simultaneously existing as a comfort




moonABC, Savernack Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA January 30 – March 31, 2016 There are only questions to be seen at Savernack Street Gallery – 2411 24th St. San Francisco, CA 94110, Open 24 Hours



2015 Blue Star-Transmissions

Transmissions, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, San Antonio, TX June 4 – August 9, 2015 Featuring work by artists selected from the 2014 Open Call: Elisabeth Ajtay, Leticia Bajuyo, Candace Hicks, Benjamin McVey, Latifa Medjdoub, Clifton Riley, Ansen Seale, Kenneth Steinbach, Levente Sulyok, and Hyounsang Yoo. Conveying meaning through verbal and nonverbal methods to relay