Göran Gnaudschun

D4015061GnaudschunSelbst3Göran Gnaudschun *1971 lives as an artist and freelance photographer in Potsdam. From 1994 to 2000 he studied photography at the HGB (Academy of Visual Arts) in Leipzig and then from 2001 to 2003 as Meisterschüler with Prof. Timm Rautert. He was associate lecturer in photography at the University Potsdam, ASH Berlin and University of Applied Science, Potsdam. He has given workshops at The “International Summer Academy Dresden”, at “Kunstwoche Steyr” (Austria), at the Summer Academy of the FFF in Frankfurt/M. and et the “Fotoschule Friedl Kubelka” in Vienna. His first workshop at BerlinPhotoWorkshops ran during the SommerWorkshops in 2008.

Art Works (selected)

since 2017 ARE YOU HAPPY?
2014–2016 WÜSTUNGEN (in collaboratiuon with Anne Heinlein)
2010–2013 BERLIN ALEXANDERPLATZ
2006–2012THE AIR NEAR MY FINGERS (Luft berühren)
2005–09     NEW PORTRAITS (Neue Portraits)
2005–08     ISLANDS (Inseln)
2004/06      SOLID GROUND (Festland)
2001–03     MATURE (Reif)
1996–00     You’ll Have to Shoot Us First. (Vorher müsst ihr uns erschießen)
1994–96     LONGE – 44 LENINGRAD

Publications (selected)

Anne Heinlein und Göran Gnaudschun, Wüstungen, Distanz Verlag, 2017
Göran Gnaudschun, Alexanderplatz, edition Fotohof, Salzburg, 2014
Göran Gnaudschun, Neue Portraits, Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk, Cottbus 2008
Close The Gap / Studium bei Rautert, Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld 2008
Mit Abstand – ganz nah. Fotografie aus Leipzig, Kerber Verlag,
Bielefeld 2008
Göran Gnaudschun – Fotografie, Michel Sandstein Verlag, Dresden 2005
Silver & Gold, Verlag Walter König, Köln 2003
In einem reichen Land, (Hrsg. Grass, Dahn, Strasser), Steidl,
Göttingen 2002
Vorher müsst ihr uns erschießen, Tilsner Verlag, Bad Tölz 2001
LONGE – 44 LENINGRAD, Katalog,  Potsdam 1998
contemporary german photography, Taschen, Köln 1997

Awards and Residencies (selected)

2016/17 Rome-Award of „German Academy Villa Massimo“
2015 HannoverShots-Stipend
2013 Stiftung Kunstfonds, Working sholarship
2012 Lotto-Brandenburg Art Award
2011 Residency, Schloss Wiepersdorf
2008  Project grant of the Brandenburg Ministry of Science, Research and Culture
2004  DAAD-travel grant through Eastern Europe, Residency in Wiepersdorf and Ahrenshoop
2001  Stiftung Kulturfonds, Project grant
2000/2001  Scholar Barkenhoff Foundation, Worpswede
2000  1. Kunstpreis für Bildende Kunst awarded by pro Brandenburg e.V.

Exhibitions in (selected)

Berlin, Rom,San Francisco, Innsbruck, Leipzig, Munich, Paris, Potsdam, Riga, Wolfsberg