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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Berlin, March 2012
Berlin, May 2009
Stockholm, November 2007
Berlin, October 2006

Michael Schmidt

Image No. 1 of Michael Schmidt

Unitled (from Stadtbilder), 1982/2009, Gelatin silver Print, 70,1 x 88,2 cm, 89,3 x 104,9 cm framed (Ed. of 5)

Image No. 2 of Michael Schmidt

Untitled (from Lebensmittel)
2006-2010
Gelatin silver bromide prints and two C-prints
Group of 9 framed photographs
Each 55,2 x 81,6 cm, 56,1 x 81,6 cm framed
(Ed of 5 + 1 AP)

Image No. 3 of Michael Schmidt

Frauen, 1997-1990, Installation view at Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2010


Image No. 4 of Michael Schmidt

Untitled (from Frauen), 1997-99, Gelatin silver prints, each 43,2 x 29,4 cm, 64 x 54,5 cm framed (Ed. of 5)

Image No. 5 of Michael Schmidt

Meer #3, 2007, Gelatin silver print, 48,3 x 64 cm, 64 x 81 cm framed (Ed. of 5)

Image No. 6 of Michael Schmidt

Untitled (from Portraits), 1991/92, Gelatin silver print, 92 x 61,2 cm, 94 x 63,2 cm framed (Ed. of 6)

Image No. 7 of Michael Schmidt

Untitled (from 89/90), 1989-1990/2009, Gelatin silver print, 39,9 x 31,7 cm, 59,45 x 49,6 cm framed (Ed. of 4)

Image No. 8 of Michael Schmidt

Untitled (from 89/90), 1989-1990/2009, Gelatin silver print, 39,9 x 31,7 cm, 59,45 x 49,6 cm framed (Ed. of 4)

Image No. 9 of Michael Schmidt

Untitled (from Natur), 1989-1990/2009, Gelatin silver print, 69,9 x 55,5 cm, 81,5 x 67 cm framed (Ed. of 4)

Image No. 10 of Michael Schmidt

Triptychon II (from Waffenruhe), 1985-87, Gelatin silver print, 49,1 x 38,9 cm (right panel), 49,9 x 59,8 cm (middle panel), 49,3 x 39 cm (left panel) ( Ed. of 12)

Image No. 11 of Michael Schmidt

Irgendwo, 2001-2004, Gelatin silver print, 32,35 x 40,75 cm, 40,4 x 49,7 cm framed (Ed. of 6)

Image No. 12 of Michael Schmidt

Irgendwo, 2001-2004, silver bromide gelatine print golden tinted, 32,35 x 40,75 cm, 40,4 x 49,7 cm framed (Ed. of 6)

Michael Schmidt was born in 1945 in Berlin, where he currently lives and works. His solo exhibitions include "Grey as Colour. Photographs until 2009," Haus der Kunst, Münich (2010); Galerie Nordenhake Berlin (2009); "Irgendwo," co-organized by the Kunstverein Heilbronn, Oldenburger Kunstverien, Arp Museum Rolandseck, Remagen (2005); "Frauen - EIN-HEIT - Menschenbilder," at the Kunstverein in der Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (2000); and "U-NI-TY," at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Sprengel Museum, Hannover (1996). He has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including "Wildnis wird Garten wird Wilniss," a special exhibition at the Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung at Art Cologne (2009); "In the Face of History - European Photographers in the 20th Century," Barbican entre, London (2006); "Of Mice and Men," Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2006); "Zwischen Wirklichkeit und Bild: Positionen deutscher Fotografie der Gegenwart," The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, and the Marugame Genichiro Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Shikoku (2005); "Cruel + Tender," Tate Modern, London, and Museum Ludwig, Köln (2003); "Openends, Counter-Monuments and Memory," The Museum of Modern Art, New York (2001); and "Das Versprechen der Fotografie," Akademie der Künste, Berlin (2000). Works from his series "Frauen" were recently publically installed as posters for the 6th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art (2010).