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Alessandro Bosetti, Katrin Ströbel, Sophie Lvoff, Cia Rinne, Marc Sodupe, Ioannis Chondros, Micha Tarkos, Patrick Varetz, Eleni Gioti.
14 mai 2022, 20 h, cipM centre international de poésie Marseille

Hyperdrawing
Emmanuel Béranger (FR), Juliette Green (FR), Sol LeWitt (EUA), Stéphanie Mansy (FR), François Morellet (FR), Boryana Petkova (BULG), Eric Snell (RU), Thorsten Streichardt (DE), Katrin Ströbel (DE),
19 - 22.05.2022 Drawing Now, Paris

Hyperdrawing — Un dialogue entre Boryana Petkova et Katrin Ströbel
25.03. - 22.05.2022 FRAC Picardie, Amiens

Histoire.s de l'œil – Nouvel accrochage des collections
Katrin Ströbel and Aicha Hamu in dialogue with the works from collection
until 29.05.2022 Musée d’Art moderne et d’Art contemporain Nice

(re)sentir tous les jours — techniques de résistance
Rachele Borghi, Laurie Charles, Anne-Laure Franchette, Julia Gorostidi, Raúl Hott, Katrin Ströbel, Helena Vinent
05.02. - 01.05.2022 Openspace, Nancy

Quand l’art s’écrit
Marie Chéné, Gerald Panighi, Alain Séchas et Katrin Ströbel
14.01 - 13.05.2022 Collection FRAC Paca / Espace Prairial, Vitrolles

Die müden Palmen — Les palmiers fatigués
Regula Dettwiller, Seif Kousmate, Christian Kosmas Mayer, Edith Payer, Ghita Skali, Katrin Ströbel, Roswitha Weingrill
24.03. - 25.06.2022 Le Cube - independent art room, Rabat

Vom Berühren und Begreifen
a site specific installation for the permanent collection on the occasion of Hans Molfenter Preis Kunstmuseum Stuttgart

New publication out now!!
YOU ARE HERE, Distanz Verlag Berlin
Katrin Ströbel’s works scrutinize the architectural, social, and urban realities that shape contemporary life. YOU ARE HERE brings together Ströbel’s creative reflections on the histories, functions and social and political contexts of the places where her art is created and presented. The monograph sheds light on her approach, in which drawing serves as a medium of communication between societies and class structures. With a foreword by Ulrike Groos and a conversation between the artist and curator Anne Vieth.

Also available at Distanz Verlag Berlin:
MAKING LOVE TO UNKNOWN CITIES
In her conceptual drawings and multimedia installations, Katrin Ströbel questions the social and geopolitical realities of the present with a simultaneously playful and critical eye. The catalog MAKING LOVE TO UNKNOWN CITIES offers an overview of works from 2016 to 2019. With accompanying texts by Julie Crenn, Iris Dressler, Sophie Orlando and Dorit Schäfer.
MAKING LOVE TO UNKNOWN CITIES, Distanz Verlag, Berlin

Katrin Ströbel Atelier A / ARTE