Solo show at the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art
Myths of the Near Future 26.9.19 - 18.4.20
Drawing Biennial, The Drawing Room
20 February – 26 March
An exhibition and auction of over 200 unique drawings, showcasing the most exciting artists working today. Including works using every imaginable technique, Drawing Biennial 2019 affirms the centrality of drawing to all spheres of artistic production....
Jerusalem Film Festival
Experimental Cinema and Video Art Awards 2018
TET-Stadt screening at Close-Up cinema, London
March 22nd 2018, 7:30pm
TET-Stadt will be screened at Close-Up cinema on Thursday 22 March 7.30pm as part of “Emplacing”, curated by Sharone Lifschitz. The screening will be followed by a Q&A.
UEL Moving Image Research Centre presents a programme looking at the relation of artist-filmmakers...
Die Externsteine. Zwischen wissenschaftlicher Forschung und völkischer Deutung
I had the pleasure contributing an entry to this new fantastic publication about the "Externsteine" edited by Larissa Eikermann, StefanieHaupt, Roland Linde and Michael Zelle.
Drawing Biennial 2018
Drawing Room, London
Drawing Biennial 2018 offers insights into how artists contend with a world in rapid and disorienting flux. A snapshot of contemporary drawing practices, the exhibition includes more than 200 new and recent works on paper by leading international artists.Exhibition:...
Screening and Panel Discussion at QUAD
Artist Film Screening & Panel Discussion:Karen Russo: Haus Atlantis & TET-Stadt
Wednesday 18 January 2017 at 6pm
QUAD Gallery FREE
Special screenings of Israeli filmmaker Karen Russo’s recent works Haus Atlantis and TET-Stadt. By looking at...
Interview for Studio International
by Lilly Wei
Karen Russo: ‘I’ve always liked the idea of making films that were somehow outside of time’
The artists talks about her two most recent films, Haus Atlantis and TET-Stadt, which centre on the buildings and ideas of the German expressionist architect and Nazi...
'Haus Atlantis' Visual Essay
Following Karen Russo’s recent video work “Haus Atlantis,” which blends the genres of documentary, historical essay, and science fiction, the artist readdresses her work’s visual and textual elements in the form of a visual essay.
Built in 1931, Haus Atlantis...
Haus Atlantis at Große Kunstschau, Worpswede
June 19th - October 23rd 2016
The Israeli filmmaker and artist Karen Russo (b. 1974) lives in London. For her exhibition Haus Atlantis at Große Kunstschau, she has produced a series of works engaging with the mystical Nordic architecture of Bernard Hoetger, which will be shown here for the first...
"Things to Come" at Petach-Tikva Museum
Science fiction is a relatively new field that deals with the impact of imagined science and technology upon society and individuals. It is a controlled way to think and dream about the future, which at...
Externsteine at Lippischen Landesmuseum Detmold
My film Externsteine (2012) will be screened as part of the symposium "Die Externsteine –
Ein Denkmal als Objekt wissenschaftlicher Forschung und Projektionsfläche völkischer Vorstellungen" at the Lippischen Landesmuseum in Detmold.
Screening: March 6th,...
Externsteine at Museum Bärengasse, Zurich
Museum Bärengasse, Zurich.
25 April 2014
Part of "Curating Your Context": Curatorial projects for the temporary use of the Museum
Bärengasse. Programme curated by: Dina Yakerson and Gili Zaidman.
Culture Loops-Museum Bärengasse
"Urban Wandering" at the Barbican Art Centre
September - October 2013
Karen Russo at the Barbican Art Centre
The Mole Man
The Mole Man, 2008, by London-based Israeli artist Karen Russo is a fascinating photographic record stemming from her research into the psycho-geography of underground environments...