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Ulay

Ulay is the pseudonym of Frank Uwe Laysiepen. He was born in 1943 in Solingen, Germany. Ulay was formally trained as a photographer, and between 1968 and 1971, he worked extensively as a consultant for Polaroid. In the early period of his artistic activity (1968–1976) he explored identity and the body through a series of Polaroid photographs, aphorisms, and intimate performances. From 1976 to 1988, he collaborated with Marina Abramović on numerous performances entitled Relation Works; their work focused on questioning perceived masculine and feminine traits and pushing the physical limits of the body. After 1989, Ulay focused on photography, addressing the position of the marginalized individual in contemporary society and also making experiments with the largest ever built Polaroid camera. Nevertheless, although he was working primarily in photography, he remained committed to the idea of the 'performative', continuing to 'provoke' audiences through numerous performances, workshops and lecture-performances. In recent years, Ulay was mostly engaged in projects and artistic initiatives that raise awareness on the critical issues regarding the world resources of water (Earth Water Catalogue, 2012). Ulay's work, as well as his collaborative work with Marina Abramović, is featured in many collections of major art institutions around the world such as Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven, Castello di Rivoli, Torino, Kunstmuseum Bern, Musee national d’art moderne Centre Pompidou Paris; Staedel Museum Frankfurt, Louisiana Museum Humlebaek, Musee D’art Contemporain Lyon and the Rabo Art Collection Utrecht. 

 

Maria Rus Bojan

 

Maria Rus Bojan is an international curator and art advisor based in Amsterdam. Since 2005, Bojan worked closely with the German performance artist Ulay, writing, curating, and producing materials for several international exhibitions such as Ulay’s first major retrospective,  GEN.E.T.RATION ULTIMA RATIO, (2005), at Centro Parraga, Murcia, Spain, Ich bin Ich,  (2013), Salon Dahlmann, Berlin, and The Animist at Depart Foundation Los Angeles, while contributing to his recent retrospectives at Nederlandse Fotomuseum, Rotterdam, and Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, (2016). In 2014, together with the New York based writer Alessandro Cassin, she published Ulay’s first monograph: Whispers, Ulay on Ulay, at Valiz Amsterdam, awarded the Special Prize for Publications of the Dutch Section at the International Association of Art Critics in 2015. 

 

Maria Rus Bojan's curatorial activity also includes several notable exhibitions such as: Re:Location & Shake,( 2002-2004), OK Centrum for Contemporary Art, Linz, Austria/ Casino Luxembourg/ National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest; Ready Media, (2008), Nederlandse Instituut voor Media Kunst, Amsterdam/The 

 

Contemporary Art Museum, Belgrade;  Locked-In, (2008), Casino de Luxembourg; Effigies of Life, A Tribute to Magdalena Abakanowicz, City Gallery of Wroclaw (2017). She has been the curator of Performing History, the Romanian Pavilion for the 54th edition of the International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia (2011). 

 

UWE FRANK LAYSIEPEN / ULAY

Born 30 November, 1943, Solingen, Germany
Lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Ljubljana, Slovenia
1958 - 1962 Studies of mechanic engineering
1963 - 1964 Studies of commerce
1965 - 1968 Courses of industrial photography and photographic printing techniques
1968 - 1971 Relocation to Amsterdam, photography studies at Kunstakademie Cologne (not finished), and work as a consultant for the Polaroid Company

1971 - starts using the artist name Ulay

1970 - 1976 Individual performances, actions, installation work, environmental work, and performative photography

1976 - 1988 Relation Works with Marina Abramovic: performances, video, films, experimental Polaroid works
Period of nomadic existence with permanent movement: travelling and living in Europe, the USA. Artistic   investigation of various cultures of the world: the Aborigines from the Central Australian Deserts, India, and North Africa

1988 -  The Great Wall Walk, China, the last collaborative work with Marina Abramovic

1989 -   Individual exhibitions, performances and projects

 

1970 – 1976 Solo Shows, Individual Performances, Actions, Installation and Site-Specific Works

 

1970-1971 “Ich und Ich”, collaborative book with Jurgen Klauke

1971-1972 “Uwe’s Polaroid photos of five cities” (Amsterdam, London, Paris, Rome and New York), publication of the Polaroid Corporation

1972 “Broom en lyriek”, first solo exhibition in the Nicolaas Gallery, Amsterdam

1972 Polaroid Portraits, Galerie Lezteburger, Luxembourg (solo)

1972 “Metamorphosis of a Canal House”, intervention on the façade of his house in Amsterdam

1972-1973 “A’dam Between”, exhibition project at the Schiphol Airport

1974 "Renais Sense", Auto-Polaroids, Galerie Seriaal, Amsterdam (solo)
1974 "Red Venus", Performance series with the Willem Breuker Jazz Collective, Vlissingen, Middelburg, the Netherlands

1975 “Platz Wunder”, performance with Jurgen Klauke

1975 “GEN-E-T-RATION ULTIMA RATIO” tattoo/transplantation, performance
1975 "Exchange of Identity", performance, Galerie Het Venster, Rotterdam

1976 “FOTOTOT 1”, De Appel Foundation, Amsterdam (solo)
1976 "FOTOTOT 2" Galerie Beyer, Wuppertal, Germany
1976 “Correspondence to the Situation - There is a Criminal Touch to Art", Berlin, 12 December
1977 "FOTOTOT", Gradska Galeria, Zagreb (solo)

 

1976 - 1988 Relation Works - Performances - with Marina Abramovic


1976

"Relation in Space", Venice Biennale, Giudecca-Venezia
"Talking About Similarity", Singel 64, Amsterdam, the Netherlands


1977

"Interruption in Space", Kunstakademie Düsseldorf/K.Rinke Klasse
"Breathing In/Breathing Out" (first part), April Meeting, Studenski Kulturni Center, Belgrade
"Imponderabilia", Galleria Communale d'Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy
"Expansion In Space", Documenta 6, Kassel
"Relation in Movement", 10e Biennale de Paris, Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
"Relation in Time", Studio G7, Bologna
"Light/Dark", Internationale Kunstmesse, Cologne
"Breathing Out/Breathing In", (second part), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
"Balance Proof", Musee d'Art d'Histoire, Genève


1978

"AAA-AAA", RTB, Liege
"Incision", Galerie H-Humanic, Graz
"Kaiserschnitt", Performance Festival Wien (Wiener Reitinstitut)
"Charged Space", European Series One, Brooklyn Museum, New York
"Relation/Work", Extract Two, Theater aan de Rijn, Arnhem
"Relation/Work", Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara
"Relation/Work", Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
"Three", Harlekin Art, Wiesbaden


1979

"The Brink", 3rd Biennale of Sydney, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
"Go-Stop-Back.../1.2.3....", National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
"Communist Body-Capitalist Body", Zoutkeetsgracht 116, Amsterdam


1980

"Rest Energy", ROSC, Dublin


1981

"Gold Found by the Artists", The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
"No Tango", Sculpture Triennale, Melbourne
"Nightsea Crossing", The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
(16 days, colour: black & red)
"Witnessing", ANZART, the Artcenter, Christchurch, New Zealand
"6Wf", The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth


1982

"Nightsea Crossing", Skulpturenmuseum, Marl (1 day, colors: blue & red)
"Nightsea Crossing", Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf (3 days, colors: green & red)
"Nightsea Crossing", Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (3 days, Colors: dark violet & light Violet)
"Nightsea Crossing", Kölnischer Kunstverein/Moltkerei, Cologne (5 days, colors: maron & orange)
"Nightsea Crossing", Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (12 days, colors: dark violet & green)
"Nightsea Crossing", Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (5 days, colors: yellow & light violet)
"Nightsea Crossing", A Space/Townhall, Toronto (1 day, colors: yellow & blue)
"Nightsea Crossing", Documenta 7, Kassel (7 days, colors: red & blue)
"Nightsea Crossing", Documenta 7, Kassel (7 days, colors: dark violet & orange)
"Nightsea Crossing", Documenta 7, Kassel (7 days, colors: yellow & green)


1983

"Anima Mundi", Siam Center, Bangkok
"Positive Zero", a music theater with 10 Performers, 6 Tibetan Lamas and 2 Australian Aborigines
Holland Festival, Theatre Carre, Amsterdam
Holland Festival, Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht
Holland Festival, De Doelen, Rotterdam, June
"Modus Vivendi", Progretto Genazzano/Zattera di Babele, Genazzano, Italy, September
"Nightsea Crossing", ARS 83, The Museum of Ateneum, Helsinki, October (2 days, colors: yellow & white)


1984

"Positive Zero", La Zattera di Babele, Stadsschouwburg, Eindhoven, February
"Nightsea Crossing - Conjunction", with Watuma Taruru Tjungarrayi and Ngawant Soepa Lueyar, Sonesta Koepelzaal/Museum Fodor, Amsterdam, April (4 days, colors: maroon, ochre red, red, orange)
"Nightsea Crossing", Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Gent, March-April (4 days, colors: red & blue)
"Nightsea Crossing", Galerie/Edition Media, Furkapass, Furka, Switzerland, September (1 day, colors: white & green)
"Nightsea Crossing", Städtisches Kunstmuseum, Bonn, September (1 day, colors: white & blue)
"Nightsea Crossing", Forum, Middleburg, the Netherlands, October (1 day, colors: dark violet & blue)


1985

"Modus Vivendi", Kunstmuseum Bern/Stadttheater, Bern, May
"Nightsea Crossing", Dialogo, Fundaccao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, June(2 days, colors: black & green)
"Modus Vivendi", Arnhem, Saskia Theatre


1986

"Modus Vivendi: Tuesday/Saturday", Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
"Modus Vivendi II: Tuesday/Saturday", University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
"Modus Vivendi: Tuesday/Saturday", San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
"Modus Vivendi: Tuesday/Saturday", Long Beach Art Museum, Long Beach, California
"Nightsea Crossing", The New Museum, New York (3 days, colors: black & green)


1987

"Nightsea Crossing", Musee Saint Pierre Art Contemporain, Lyon, France (2 days, colors: black & white)
"Modus Vivendi: Tuesday/Saturday", Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
"Die Mond, der Sonne", Centre d'Art Contemporain, Genève, Switzerland
"Die Mond, der Sonne", San Diego State University, San Diego, California
The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio


1988

"The Great Wall Walk", China (a simultaneous 90 day/4200 kilometers walk)

 

1991 – 2007 Individual Performances

 

1991

"The Failure of the Magicians", with Eric Orr, James Lee Byars, Thomas McEvilley, University Lund, Sweden


1992

"The Failure of the Magicians", Wanas, Wanas/Knislinge, Sweden


1995

"Berlin-Mitte", Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund/Sweden
"Der Begeisterer", Festival a/d Werf, Rudolf Magnus Institut, Utrecht, The Netherlands


1996

"The Imbodiment of the Word", Theater Academy, Arnhem, The Netherlands


1997

"A Motion Picture", The Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Yamaguchi/Japan
"A short Verbal Piece" with Yutaka Matsuzawa, Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art, Kawaguchi-City, Japan


1998

"The Sacred Heart" two performances with Thomas McEvilley in memoriam of Eric Orr and James Lee Byars, Theater de Balie, Amsterdam


1999

Anniversary Memorial - The Dead of Eric Orr performance with Thomas McEvilley
1725 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, California


2000

"Pandora Open", multi-media performance in collaboration with 13 students from the Staatliche Hochschule fur Gestaltung Karlsruhe, Schauburg/bluebox, Karlsruhe, Germany
"Performing Light" performance with Thomas McEvilley and Kent Hodgetts in memorium of James Lee Byars and Eric Orr, De Appel, Amsterdam
"Ulay life-sized" a performative presentation of a life size book with the same title, in collaboration with Willem van Zoetendaal, De Appel, Amsterdam
Performing Light I, II - the third BENTEN art festival". Sakushima/Japan
"Flower" a Butho performance in collaboration with Akiko Motofuji. Sakushima/Japan


2007

"More Pricks than Kicks - G8 Plutocratic Globalization" Mediamatic, Club 11, Amsterdam
"A Vulnerable Resistance - A Pro-Squatters Action against the M.E., Amsterdam

 

2013

“Synergies, Athens, Delphi, Inauguration of First Greek Water Society” performative action

 

2014

Da is eine kriminelle Beruhrung in der Kunst”, Venice International Performance Art Week, Venice, italy

 

2015

“A Skeleton in the Closet”, performance at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

“Code of Conduct” performance at the 5th Thessaloniki Performance Biennale, Greece

“High & Low & Pro & Contra”, performance at Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia


2016

“Evergreen”, with the performance program curated by Andre Notz, Cabaret Voltaire, Manifesta 11 Zurich, CH, 2016

“Invisible Opponent”, performance in conjunction with the exhibition curated by Adelina von Furtstenberg for Art For the World, Musee d’art et histoire Geneve, CH

“Who Am I-1?” and “Who Am I - 2” performances realized together with the hypnotist Nikolai Hanf-Dressler, part of the program of the solo exhibition “Ulay Life-Sized”, curated by Matthias Ulrich, at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

“Pink Pain”, performance at the University of South California Los Angeles curated by Amelia Jones

“The Art of Living” performance with Dominic Johnson, London, Whitechapel

 

2017

“I Other”, performance in conjunction with the exhibition at City Gallery (Mestna Galerija) Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

1989 – 2017 Individual Solo Exhibitions and Projects

 

1989

"L'orchestre de femme", Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles

 

1992

"Long Playing Record, The Homeless Project", Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York


1993

Fotogalerie Spectrum, Amsterdam
Stichting W 139, Amsterdam
Gallery Carine Campo, Antwerpen


1994

"High & Low & Pro & Contra"(The First Act), KulturBrauerei, Berlin


1995

"Berlin-Mitte", Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund, Sweden
"Berlin-Mitte", Carine Campo Gallery Antwerpen, Belgium
"Soliloquy", Robert Malasch - Serieuze Zaken - Amsterdam
"Berlin-Mitte", Festival a/d Werf, Utrecht, The Netherlands
"Die Wende", Gallery Art Affairs, Amsterdam


1996

"Photogene/Berlin Afterimages", Galerie im Marstall/Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin


1997

"Ulay - Portraits 1970-1993", Galerie Break Point, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"Berlin/Photogenes", The Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Yamaguchi, Japan
"The Luxemburg Portraits", Galerie Clairefontaine, Luxemburg
"Ulay in Photography", Galerie Fotomania, Rotterdam


1998

"Made in India", Galerie Art Affairs, Amsterdam
"Ulay Photographs 1970-1997", Il Ponte Projects, Rome
"Ulay/Berlin-Nachbilder", Foto Forum, Amersfoort

"Ulay - Polaroid Photography", Stedelijk Bureau Amsterdam


2000

"What is that thing called photography" exhibition and installations, Museum Het Domein, Sittard/The Netherlands
"Performing Light - Photographic Works 1970 - 2000" an oeuvre presentation as laboratory, works in progress, projects, performances and continuous presence in collaboration with Saskia Bos and Cees de Boer, with 4 guest curators: Thomas McEvilley, New York, Maaretta Jaukkuri, Helsinki, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Paris, Judy Annear, Sydney, De Appel, Amsterdam
“Cursives & Radicals" exhibition, GalleryArt Affairs, Amsterdam
"Ulay/Abramovic", life size Polaroid photographs 1980-1987, Gallery Art Affairs, Amsterdam
"A Monument for the Future" photographic project with 16 children aged between 6 to 12 years, for a gigantic photographic tableau in public space. Commissioned by: Tilburgse Kunststichting and the Municipality of Tilburg/The Netherlands


2003

"WE" Art-Centre AoRTa, Chisinau/Moldavia


2004

"WE emerge" a project with the support of AoRTa art centre, Chisinau/ Moldavia
"Johnny" (The ontological in the photographic image) gallery Art Affairs, Amsterdam
"Johnny" (The ontological in the photographic image) Galerie Clairefontaine, Luxembourg


2005

"GEN-E-T-RATION ULTIMA RATIO" retrospective exhibition of Polaroid's 1970-75 curated by Maria Rus Bojan, Centro Parraga, Murcia/Spain (with publication)


2007

"Performing Light" , National Center of Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
"Performing Light" National Center of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russian Federation
"Can't Beat the Feeling" Art Affairs, Amsterdam


2008

"Performing Light - on photography and performance", with Thomas McEvilley, Booze Corporativa, Athens, supported by the Goethe Institute, Athens, Greece


2009

“Become”, curated by Tevz Logar at Galeria Skuc, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

2010

“ULAY– Historical Works”, curated by Maria Rus Bojan, the exhibition space of MB Art Agency, Willemsparkweg 191, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

2010

“Ulay in Patagonia”, Outline Foundation Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

 

2011

“The Great Walk Talk”, C-Space Beijing, China

 

2012

“Whose Water Is It?”, Former Water Tower of Maribor , Slovenia

 

2013 

Ulay”, Mot International Gallery London, United Kingdom

“Ich bin Ich: Ulay on Ulay”, curated by Maria Rus Bojan at Salon Dahlmann, Berlin

 

2015

“Ulay, What Is That Thing Called Polaroid?” curated by Frits Gierstberg, Nederlandse Fotomuseum Rotterdam, The Netherlands

“Early Works of Ulay”, Acik Ekran Yeni Medya Sanatlari Galerisi Istanbul, Turkey

“Retouching Bruises”, Art Basel Feature Section/Mot International, Basel, Switzerland   Ulay,

Body of Pain, Body of Love, Body of Wisdom curated by Maria Rus Bojan, Gnyp Gallery Berlin

 

2016 

Invisible Opponent”, curated by Adelina von Furtstenberg for Art For the World, Musee d’art et histoire Geneve, CH
“Ulay Lifesize”, curated by Mattias Ulrich for Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Germany

“Watermark / Cutting Through the Clouds of Myth”, Kustera Projects in Red Hook, Brooklyn, USA

“Ulay, Come On”, MOT International Gallery Brussels. Belgium

 

2017

“The Animist”, curated by Maria Rus Bojan, Depart Art Foundation Los Angeles, USA

“I Other”, curated by Alenka Gregorič and Tevz Logar, City Gallery (Mestna Galerija) Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ulay So you see me, curated by Tevz Logar, Cooper Gallery, University of Dundee, Scotland

 

2018

“Renais Sense”, curated by Maria Rus Bojan, Boers Li Gallery, New York

 

1989 – 2017 Group Exhibitions as an Individual Artist

 

1989

"Magiciens de la Terre", Musée d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
"Art of the Eighties, Poetry in Vision", Kunstmuseum Bern


1990

"It must give pleasure", Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York
"Desk Project", W 139, Amsterdam
"5th Anniversary", Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles
"Shouting Mountain", Tel Hai 90, Upper Galile, Israel


1991

"The Failure of the Magicians", Wanas, Sweden
"Casco Tours", Zeedijk, Amsterdam


1992

"Asylum/Asylos, IN TRANSIT", W 139, Amsterdam


1993

Hotel des Arts 'Amnesty International', Paris
Museum of Modern Art, Saitama/Japan
Stedelijk Museum, Schiedam
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
ICA, Amsterdam
Fotofestival Naarden, Galerie Beeldman


1995

Galerie Aschenbach, Amsterdam
"Aspekte Niederländischer Kunst Heute" Städtische Galerie Lüdenscheid, Germany
"HOME LESS HOME", caravan travel exhibition, 8 places throughout The Netherlands
"Scanning photography in Amsterdam", Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
"Indurance", The Atheneum, Helsinki. Kulturhuset, Stockholm


1997

"What's finished isn't made", Utrechtse School, Utrecht, The Netherlands
"Exposure", The Caldic Collection, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
"Deutschlandbilder" Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin
"Janus Pact", The Berlage Institut/Basalt Publishers, Amsterdam


2000

"Constructie van sloophout/construction of wooden debrises" - Pjotr Muller
guests: Frank van den Broek, Ulay, Adam Colton, Veron Urdarianu
Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede/The Netherlands
"Stimula", Witte de With, Rotterdam/The Netherlands
"Niet om het Even"/Foto Biennale, Centrum Beeldende Kunst, Rotterdam/The Netherlands


2001

"The Body’s Performance" with: Appelt, Coplans, Korfmann, v.d. Puttelaar, Gallery Art Affairs, Amsterdam
"I AM Someone Else" The Art Connexion, Chapel, Plantage Doklaan 8-12, Amsterdam
"I Am Someone Else" a performative photogram with Marina Abramovic


2002

"A'dam & Eve - on sex, tolerance and other dependencies" De Appel, Amsterdam
"Kunst und Schock - Der 11. September und das Geheimnis des Anderen" Eine Ausstellung in Zusammenarbeit mit Lettre International Haus, am Lützowplatz, Berlin
"iconoclash" behond the image wars in science, religion, and art, ZKM Center for Art and Mediatechnologie, Karlsruhe
"Sommer exhibition - from the own collection", Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
"de waan/delusion - art and psychiatry", Vincent van Gogh Institut, Venray
"Public Affairs - das Oeffentliche in der Kunst", Kunsthaus Zuerich
"Video Acts”, PS1 Contemporary Art Centre , New York


2003

"30 Jahr Nederlandse Videokunst", Netherland Institute for Mediaart, Montevideo/TBA, Amsterdam


2004

"secrets of the '90s" a choice from the collection of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam,
Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem/NL
"13 AXS" Prof. Uwe Laysiepen with 12 students, Haus am Luetzowplatz, Berlin


2005

"Unlocked #2" Rabo art collection, Municipal Museum The Hague, Netherlands
"Marks of Honour" FOAM (Foto Museum Amsterdam), The Netherlands
"Radio Days" De Appel - Curatorial Training Program 2004/2005
Exhibition on the Air, 26 days of live events broadcasted from De Appel Station
"Power-Plays" inaugurate exhibition Para/Site ArtSpace, Hong Kong
"Interstate" curated by Adam McEwen, with: Lynda Benglis, Dan Graham, Bas Jan Ader, Donald Judd, Ed Ruscha, Lucas Samaras, Lucio Fontana, Gino de Dominicis, Ulay
Nicole Klagbrun Gallery, New York
"Onwerkelijke Schoonheid/unreal beauty" Breda Photo 2005, Breda's Museum, Breda The Netherlands
"One or Two Things I know about Chisinau", Centrum Beeldende Kunst Dordrecht, The Netherlands


2006

 "40 Years Video Art in Germany (from 1963 till the presence)" Rudolf Frieling/Wulf Herzogenrath, Kunsthalle Bremen, K21 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein Westfalen Duesseldorf, Staedtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus Muenchen, Museum der Bildenden Kuenste Leipzig, ZKM/Zentrum fuer Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe.
"Eastern Neighbours" Cultural Center Babel, Utrecht, The Netherlands


2007

"Koos Breukel - Onder Fotografen" Museum of Photography, The Hague
"Lifting - theft in art" (curated by Atopia Projects), Peacock visual Arts, Aberdeen, U.K. "Binnenste Buiten - Foto's uit Amsterdamse collecties en archieven", Museum FOAM, Amsterdam


2008

"Lifting - theft in art" Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Fort Worth, Texas, curated by Atopia Projects, with a.o. The Art Guys, Ann Messner, Louis o Miguel, Dennis Oppenheim, Ulay, Timm Ulrich, Alison Wiese
"Lifting - theft in art" , Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto/Canada, curated by Atopia Projects, with a.o. Mark Jeffrey, Micah Lexier, Ann Messner, Scorr Myles, Joel Ross, Jon Routson and Ulay
49th October Salon, Belgrade, curated by Bojana Pejic, screening video "There is a Criminal Touch to Art"
"Attitude" Fourth International Festival for Video/Short & Experimental Films and Photography, Bitola, Macedonia

 

2009

“Opposites Attract – On Dialectics”, group show curated by Christine Sluysmans

 

2010

“Tales of the Unexpected”, group show curated by Maria Rus Bojan and Radek Vana, Dek 22 Rotterdam

“Earth Water Institute”, Stazione di Topolo, Italy

“Word for word, without words”, Mestna Galerija / City Art Gallery, Ljubljana,  Ljubljana

 

2011

“Record Again” 40 Years Video Art: Part 2, ZKM Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany

“Waterfonie”, Duplex Gallery Sarajevo, Bosnia 

“Im Schatten der Gewalt”, Neue Galerie Dachau, Dachau, Germany

“Aboriginal Afterimages”, Fotodok, Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

2012

“Strangers Everywhere”, curated by Ami Barak, Jewish Museum, Vienna

“Second Modernity”, Upstream Gallery Amsterdam 

“Faces”, Ernst Museum, Budapest, Hungary

 

2013

“Glam! The performance of Style, Tate Liverpool, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Lentos Museum Linz, Austria 

“Only To Melt, Trustingly, Without Reproach”, Galerija Skuc, Ljubljana

 

2014

“Artevida”, Rio de Janeiro, curated by Adriano Pedrosa and Rodrigo Moura,

“Al desnudo”. Colección Ordóñez Falcón de Fotografía, TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

“Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art”, The Gund Gallery at Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

“It’s Enough”, PORTIZMIR3 Triennial, group exhibition curated by Saša Nabergoj at Austro-Turk Tobacco Warehouse in Izmir, Turkey

 

2015

“Off-Biennale”, Budapest 2015

“Back to the Future”, Annet Gelink Gallery Amsterdam

“Tout ce qui se fait sous le soleil”, le lieu unique, Nantes, France

“Moving Time: Video Art at 50, 1965–2015”, Broad Art Museum, East Lansing, USA

 

2016

“L’image volée” curated by the artist Thomas Demand, Fondazione Prada, Milan

“Cold Front from the Balkans” group exhibition curated by Alenka Gregorič, Istanbul, Pera Museum.

“What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now”, Irish Museum of Modern Art, IMMA Dublin, Ireland

“Priere De Toucher – Der Tastsinn Der Kunst”, Museum Tinguely, Basel

 

2017

“Symptoms of Society, curated by Alenka Gregorič, a group exhibition with Marina Abramović and Ulay, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Braco Dimitrijević, Vadim Fiškin, Tomislav Gotovac, and Anri Sala at Zhejiang Art Museum, China

 

1978 – 1991 Solo Exhibitions and Projects made in Collaboration with Marina Abramovic


1978

"Installation One", De Appel, Amsterdam
"Installation Two", Harlekin Art, Wiesbaden
"On the Way", Audio Arts/Riverside Studio, London


1982

"Luther", Kabinett Für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremerhaven


1984

"You See What You Feel/I See", Time Based Arts, Amsterdam
"Modus Vivendi", ICA, Boston, Massachusetts


1985

Tanja Grunert Galerie, Cologne
University Art Museum, Long Beach, California
"Modus Vivendi", Works 1980-1985, Traveling exhibitions:
Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Sept. 14 - Oct. 13, 1985
Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Oct. 20 - Nov. 17, 1985
Castello di Rivoli, Turin, 1986


1986

"Modus Vivendi: Tuesday/Saturday", Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, California
"Modus Vivendi: Tuesday/Saturday", Albert and Vera List Visual Arts Center, M.I.T., Cambridge, Massachusetts
"Nightsea Crossing", Complete Works, Musee Saint Pierre Art Contemporain, Lyon
Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
"Ulay/Marian Abramovic", San Francisco Art Institute, CA


1987

"Die Mond, Der Sonne", Centre d'Art Contemporain-Palais Wilson, Geneva
Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
"Die Mond, Der Sonne", San Diego State University, San Diego, California
"Project: Ulay/Marina Abramovic", Michael Klein, Inc., Amsterdam
Galerie Rene Blouin, Montreal, Canada
Michael Klein, Inc., New York


1988

Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, California
"Anima Mundi", Galerie Ingrid Dacic, Tübingen, Germany


1989

"The Lovers", Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
"The Lovers", Museum van Hedendagse Kunst, Antwerpen


1990

"The Lovers", Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
"The Lovers", Musee d'Art Moderne - CGP, Paris
"The Lovers", Moderna Museet, Stockholm
"The Lovers", Louisiana Museum, Humblebaek, DK


1991

"The Lovers", Musée d'Art Contemporain, Montreal
"Images of Consciousness", Miller Nordenhake, Cologne


1997

"Ulay/Abramovic", Gallery Okazaki Tomako, Tokyo, Japan

“Ulay/Abramovic - 12 Years Performance” - 1976-1988, Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

 

1998

"Ulay/Abramovic - 12 Years Performance", Tramway, Glasgow


1999

”Ulay/Abramovic Performances, Musee d'Art Contemporain Lyon/France


2000

"Nightsea Crossing - The collection", Ulay & Abramovic, Musee d'Art Contemporain de Lyon

 

2010

“The Artist is Present”, MOMA, NY, Solo retrospective exhibition of Marina Abramovic including Ulay and Abramovic Relation Works

 

1976 – 1989 Group Exhibitions with Works made in Collaboration with Marina Abramovic


1976

"Biennale di Venezia", Ambiente/participazione/strutture culturale, Venice Biennale, Italy


1977

"La Performance Oggi", Settimana Internazionale della Performance, Galleria Comunale d'Art Moderna, Bologna, Italy
Documenta 6, Kassel
Xe Biennale de Paris, Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris
Internationale Kunstmesse, Messegelände, Cologne


1978

Internationales Performance Festival, Österreichischer Kunstverein, Vienna, Austria
European Series One, Brooklyn Museum, New York


1979

"Masculin-Feminin", Trigon '79, Steirischer Herbst '79 Künstlerhaus/Neue Galerie, Graz
"European Dialogue", III Biennale of Sydney, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
"Photographie als Kunst 1879-1979/Kunst als Photographie 1949-1979", Museum des XX Jahrhunderts, Vienna


1980

"The Poetry of Vision", ROSC '80, An International Exhibition of Modern Art and Chinese Painting, School of Architecture, University college National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin


1981

"VXI Bienalle de Sao Paulo", Sao Paulo
"Artists' Photographs", Crown Point Press, Oakland, CA
"Instant Fotografie", Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


1982

"Momentbild", Künstlerphotographie, Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover
"Videokunst in Deutschland 1963-1982", Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne
"Contemporary Art from the Netherlands", Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art (touring exhibition)
Documenta 7, Kassel
"Ile Festival International du Nouveau Cinema Montreal 1982", Quebec, Montreal
"Vision in Disbelief: The Fourth Biennale of Sydney", The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
"Live to Air/Artists' Sound Works", The Tate Gallery, London
"60 - '80, Attitudes, Concepts, Images"; een keuze uit twintig jaar beeldende kunst, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


1983

"ARS 83", The Art Museum of Ateneum, Helsinki
"Examples of the Mental and Spiritual Sapces/Works", Galerija Studentski Kulturni Centrar, Belgrade
"De Goddelijke Komedie", Rotterdamse Kunststichting/t'Venster, Rotterdam
"The Second Link, Viewpoints of Video in the Eighties", Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff (touring exhibition)
"Video C.D. 83", Ljublijana, Cankarjev Dom
"The Second Link", Stedelijk Musuem, Amterdam


1984

"Positive Zero", a sound installation
"La Zattera di Babele/Einhoven", een carrousel van beeld, Muziek, woord en theater, Stadsschouwburg/Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
"The World in My Country", video installation, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
"Content: A Contemporary Focus 1974-1984", Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
"2e Manifestation Internationale de Video" Centre d'Action Culturelle, Montbelliard
"1984. Im Toten Winkel", Kunstverein/Kunsthaus, Hamburg
"The Lumious Image", (Terra degli dea madre, installation), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
"National Video Festival", Presented by The American Film Institute, Los Angeles, California
"Symbol Tier", Galerie Krinzinger, Innsbruck
"Video: A Retrospective 1974-1984", Long Beach Museum, Long Beach, California
"14. Internationales Forum des Jungen Films Berlin 1984" Perspektiven, Video and
Super 8, Berlin
"Von Hier Aus", zwei Monate neue Deutsche Kunst in Düsseldorf, Messegelände, Düsseldorf


1985

"Image On the Run: Dutch Video Art of the 80's", The Kitchen, New York, NY (touring exhibition)
"By the River 3: International Photography Today", The Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland
"Alles und noch vielmehr", Das poetische ABC, Kunsthalle/Kunstmuseum, Bern
"Teatro Musica Performances Music Theater", Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon
"As far as Amsterdam goes", Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Grace Borgenicht International, New York
Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, California
"Momento Mori", Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA Museum of Modern Art, New York
"Zwischen Zeichnung und Video", Sammlung Ute & Michael Berger, Museum Wiesbaden
Sixth Annual San Francisco Video Festival, San Francisco, California


1986

"The Real Big Picture", The Queens Museum, New York
"Choices: Making an Art of Everyday Life", The New Museum, New York
"Big Protraits", Jeffery Hoffeld & Co., New York
Light Gallery, New York
"Photographic Cliches", Victoria Miro Gallery, London; Orchard Gallery, London-Derry, North Ireland
1986 Houston Foto Festival, Houston, Texas
"Emerging Artists '86", Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
"Remembrances of Things Past", Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
"Photography as Performance", The Photographers Gallery, London


1987

"Arrangements for the Camera: A View of Contemporary Photography", Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
"This is not a Photograph: Twenty Years of Large-Scale Photography, 1966-1986", The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasotra, Florida, Travelled to:
Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio; the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA
"Blow Up", Würtembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart
"Avant-Garde in the 80's", Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
"Von Chaos und Ordnung der Seele", Kunst in der Psychatrischen Klinik der Universität Mainz
"Art from Europe", the Tate Gallery, London
"Die Gleichzeitigkeit des Anderen", Kunstmuseum, Bern
"The 100 Days of Contemporary Art of Montreal 1987", Montreal International Center of Contemporary Art
"Photo Mannerisms", Lawrence Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


1988

"Beelden voor blinden en zienden", Kortenhoef, Oude Kerkje, the Netherlands
"The Flag Project, 50 artists/50 flags", Rotterdam, (touring exhibition)
"Roots and Turns, 20th century photography in the Netherlands", Houston, TX, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Stedelijk Musuem, Amsterdam
"Rijksaankopen 1987; werk van hedendaagse beeldende kunstnaars", Stedelijk Museum, Schiedam, the Netherlands
Documenta 8, Kassel
"Photo Mannerisms", Lawrence Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia


1989

"Das Verhältnis der Geschlechter", Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn
"Over de grens", Nederlands Textielmuseum, Tilburg
"Video-Skulptur retrospektiv und aktuell 1963-89", Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne; Kongresshalle, Berlin; Kunshaus, Zürich

 

1995

"Male/Female", Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

"Paar mal paar", Helmhaus, Zürich


1996

3-ieme Biennale de Lyon, Lyon

 

1998

"Out of Actions - Between Performance and the Object", Museum of Contemporary Art/TC, Los Angeles
"Out of Actions - Between Performance and the Object", MAK, Vienna
"Out of Actions - Between Performance and the Object", El Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona
"Out of Actions - Between Performance and the Object@, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

 

1999

”Ein Jahrhundert Kunst in Deutschland, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin/Germany

 

2001

"Collection", Musee d'Art Contemporain de Lyon


2004

"Corpus Christi" Internationales Haus der Photographie/Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
"Between fire and art" with Zeljko Jerman, Marina Abramovic and Ulay, John Baldessari, Borut Hlupic, Skuc Gallery, Ljubljana


2007

"...gehen...bleiben, Bewegung, Koerper, Ort in der Kunst der Gegenwart,
Kunst Museum Bonn


2008

"True Romance", video screening of Rest Energy, Villa Stuck, Munich/Germany

 

2009

The Living: 10 Days of Video Art (part of Stedelijk in de Stad), Huize Frankendael

 

1976 – 1996 Video Works and Documentations with Marina Abramovic


1976

"Relation in Space", black and white, sound, 60 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Galleria dell Cavalino, Venice
"Talking About Similarity", black and white, sound, 40 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Ulay and Marina Abramovic, Amsterdam


1977

"Interruption in Space", black and white, sound 40 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Klaus Rinke and Ursula Wevers
"Imponderabilia", black and white, sound 60 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna, Bologna
"Expansion in Space", colour, sound 32 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Marina and Ulay, Kassel
"Relation in Time", black and white, 30 min. in additive time of 16 hours, realized by Ulay and Marina Abramovic
"Light/Dark", colour, Sound, 22 min., Sony U-matic, realized by PAP, Munich
"Breathing In/Breathing Out", black and white, sound, 22 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Video Heads, Jack More, Belgrade
"Balance Proof", black and white, sound, 28 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Galerie Marika Malcorda, Genève


1978

"AAA-AAA", color, sound, 16 min., Sony U-matic, realized by RTB tv, Liège
"Incision", color, sound, 40 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Galerie H-Humanic, Horst Gerhard Haberl, Graz
"Kaiserschnitt", color, sound, 35 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Galerie Krinzinger, Horst Gerhard Haberl Modern Art Gallery, Vienna
"Charged Space", color, sound, 24 min., Sony U-matic, realized by the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
"Relation/Work", black and white, sound, 60 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Jan Brand and ICC, Antwerp
"Relation/Work", black and white, sound, 90 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Palazzo del Diamanti, Ferrara
"Relation/Work", black and white, sound, 45 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Zika Dacic, Tübingen


1982

"Crazed Elephant", color, sound, 12 min., Sony U-matic, realized by Ulay and Marina Abramovic, Amsterdam


1983

"City of Angels", BVU color, sound, 20 min., realized by Ulay and Marina Abramovic, Amsterdam
"Anima Mundi", BVU color, sound, 8 min., realized by Continental Video, Antwerp
"Positive Zero", BVU color, sound, 4 min., realized by Continental Video, Antwerp


1984

"The World in my Country", BVU color, sound, 4 min., realized by Continental Video, Antwerp
"Terra degli Dei Madre", BVU color, sound, 20 min., realized by Continental Video, Antwerp


1985

"Modus Vivendi", BVU color, sound, 25 min., realized by Continental Video, Antwerp


1987

"Terminal Garden", U-matic, N.T.S.C., 27 min., realized by the USA Visual Art Center M.I.T., Cambridge, Mass.


1989

"The Lovers - from Venice to China", color, sound, 60 min., U-matic, realized by Murry Grigor and Ulay/Marian Abramovic


1996

Abramovic/Ulay "Collected Works, 1976-88", A Video Edition, Alexander Godschalk Distribution, Amsterdam

 

1993 – 1998 Individual Video Works and Documentations

 

1993

"Still Standing, a Video Calendar 'Photography in China'", BVU color, 61 minutes, realized by Kunstkanal, Amsterdam

 

1997

"The Great Wall Walk/The Alien", 1988-1997, betacam, color/sound, 28 min.


1998

"Ulay in Photography" a filmportrait by Marjoleine Boonstra, color, sound, 58 min. all standards, Humanistic Broadcast, The Netherlands

 

2013

“Project Cancer”, 2013, a documentary by Damjan Kozole

 

1976 – 2012 Video/Films in Collaboration with Marina Abramovic


1976

"Relation in Space", realized by RAI, Roma, Alfredo di Lauri, 16 mm, color/sound, 45 min. (Venice, July)


1977

"Imponderabilia", realized by Diffusione Arte Cinomatografia, Rome, Lisa Carone, 16 mm, color/sound, 45 min.
"Relation in Movement", realized by Marina Abramovic and Ulay, filmed by Hartmut Kowalke, 16 mm, color/sound, 16 hrs. (Paris, September)
"Breathing Out/Breathing In", (Second part), realized by Ulay and Marina Abramovic, filmed by Martin Rens and Louis B. van Gasteren, 16 mm, color/sound, 22 min. (Amsterdam, September)


1978

"Light/Dark", realized by Marina Abramovic and Ulay, filmed by Martin Rens and Louis B. van Gasteren, 16 mm, color/sound, 15 min.
"AAA-AAA", realized by Ulay and Marina Abramovic, filmed by Martin Rens and Louis B. van Gasteren, 16 mm, color/sound, 24 min. ( Amsterdam, March)
"Incision", realized by H-Humanic, Graz, filmed by Cinedoc, Graz, 16 mm, color/sound, 30 min. (Graz, April)
"Three", realized by Harlekin Art, Wiesbaden, filmed by Gabor Gabyoni, 16 mm, color/sound, 12 min. (Wiesbaden, November)


1979

"Communist Body/Capitalist Body", realized by Marina Abramovic and Ulay, filmed by Tomislav Gotovac, 16 mm, color, sound, 44 min. (Amsterdam, November)


1984

"Nightsea Crossing - Conjunction", realized by Aad Staardjes and Ulay/Marina Abramovic, filmed by Aad Staardjes, 16 mm, color, 12 min. (Amsterdam, April)


1980

"That Self", realized by Ulay and Marina Abramovic, filmed by Ruud Monster, sound Ali Wiering, 16 mm, color, sound, 40 min. (Amsterdam, January-August)


1989

"The Lovers - The Great Wall Walk", 16 mm, color, sound, 72 min., realized by Murry Grigor


2011- 2012

“The Artist is Present” documentary about the making of the MOMA solo exhibition of Marina Abramovic including an interview with Ulay, HBO production directed by Mathew Akkers

 

1980 – 2012 Individual Films

 

1980

"An Abstract Painter Crossing the Red Square Followed by Two Figurative Painters in Civilian Clothes", Moscow, Super 8 mm, color, sound, 6 min.

 

1998

"Ulay in Photography" film portrait by Marjoleine Boonstra, S 16mm film, 58 min., color, sound -Humanistic Broadcast, The Netherlands, Sydney Neter Distribution, Amsterdam


2012

“Project Cancer” Documentary film about Ulay by Damjan Kozole, Slovenia

 

Grants and Awards


The San Sebastian Video Award, 1984
The Locarno Video Award, 1985
The Polaroid Video Award, 1986
Video Award – Kulturkreis im Verband der Deutschen Industrie, 1986

 

Public Collections (selection)


Staedel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany

Louisiana Museum, Humlebæk, Denmark

Musee Nationale d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris

Castello di Rivoli, Torino, Italy

Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, Slovenia

Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom

The Polaroid Collection, USA/Europe

De Appel Foundation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
IBM Köln/Stuttgart, Germany
Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Groninger Museum, Groningen, the Netherlands
Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland

Musee d’art contemporain, Lyon, France
Akron Museum, Akron, Ohio
MUHKA, Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerpen, Belgium
Bayer Collection USA
Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, the Netherlands
Ville de Annecy, France
DZ Bank, Frankfurt, Germany
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Caldic Collection, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
The Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Yamaguchi/Japan
AKZO Collection, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
ZKM, Museum für Neue Kunst/Mediatheek, Karlsruhe/Germany
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, USA
Rabobank Art Collection, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Stedelijk Museum het Domein, Sittard/The Netherlands
Banque Lambique, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
ZKM (Zentrum fuer Kunst und Medientechnologie), Karlsruhe/Germany

European Central Bank Collection, Frankfurt, Germany

Pomeranz Foundation, Vienna, Austria

 

Private collections (selection):

 

Rob Defares, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Monique and Joop Krouwel, Bloemendaal, The Netherlands

Eckard Collection Wassenaar, The Netherlands

Torsten Kunert, Berlin, Germany

Timo Miettinen, Berlin, Germany

Francise Chang, London, United Kingdom

Alberto Fanni, Genève, Switzerland
Anders Tornberg, Lund, Sweden
Lars Thulin, Lund, Sweden

RoseLee Goldberg, New York, NY
Freifrau J. Von Oppenheim, Köln, Germany
Ute and Michael Berger, Wiesbaden, Germany

Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany

Carine Campo, Antwerpen, Belgium
Mia and Martin Visser, Bergeyk, the Netherlands

Dr. Joachim Sartorius, Berlin/Germany
P.J.van Sluijs and Maria Rus Bojan, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Cees Hendrikse Collection, Groningen, the Netherlands

Jean Daniel and Nathalie Maman Cohen Collection, Paris, France

Cossimo di Leo Ricatto, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Mircea Pinte, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Antoinette Reuter, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Lidia and Co Seegers, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Marita Ruiter, Luxembourg