Initiative for Cultural Exchange, Franz-Josefs-Kai 3, 1010 Vienna | November 5 – December 14, 2019
Artist Pages (Nisrine Boukhari / Adriana Czernin / Raffaela Della Olga / Simone Fattal / Anna Jermolaewa / Mirta Kupferminc / Jonathan Monk / Slavs and Tatars / Florian Unterberger / Lawrence Weiner / Samia Ziadi), in: The Other is Oneself, on the occasion of the exhibition by the same name, curated by Fiona Liewehr, Franz Josefs Kai 3, Vienna 2019, pp. 76f; 104; 110; 158; 160; 162f; 196; 204f; 236; 240; 244.
Participating artists: Iris Andraschek, Babi Badalov, Khaled Barakeh, Elisabetta Benassi, Nisrine Boukhari, Bernhard Cella, Adriana Czernin, Ramesch Daha, Sébastien de Ganay, Raffaella della Olga, Sylvia Eckermann, Simone Fattal, Anna Jermolaewa, Mirta Kupferminc, Thomas Locher, Jonathan Monk, Klaus Mosettig, Rudolph Polanszky, Hans Schabus, Slavs&Tatars, Gerold Tagwerker, Florian Unterberger, Martin Walde, Lawrence Weiner, Nil Yalter and Samia Ziadi.
THE OTHER IS ONESELF (TOIO) is an initiative of Sébastien de Ganay mobilizing the artistic community and civil society with the objective of raising public awareness in different areas: sustainable development for social progress and the strengthening of human rights and democratic values through artistic creation.
THE OTHER IS ONESELF is an exhibition, an auction and a publication, a film programme and a conference.
In cooperation with Bernhard Cella, the comprehensive publication aims at providing a memory of our time and of an extraordinary project. The text brings together articles and testimonies from academics, novelists, journalists and filmmakers, who have lived through the situation of forced exile from the Second World War to the present day on different continents. This is accompanied by a curatorial commentary, an exhibition catalogue and an auction overview.
With texts by: Barbara Coudenhove-Kalergi, Jacques Derrida, Hélène Cixous, Marianne Hirsch, Fiona Liewehr, Philipp Traun, Samar Yazbek / Poems: Solmaz Sharif Omar, Youssef Souleimane / Artists pages by Fiona Liewehr and Andrea Kopranovic
The publication is available at Salon für Kunstbuch