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Meta­mor­phio­sis
Video, 2015
Galerie am Meer

Les Ruissellements du Diable_still

Les Ruis­selle­ments du Dia­ble
Video, 2008
Ex- Capi­tol The­ater Wor­ringer Platz

Keren Cytter


geboren / born 1977 in Tel Aviv, Israel
lebt und arbeit­et / lives and works in  New York

Ausbildung / Education

2002–2004  de Ate­liers, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands
1997–1999   The Avni Insti­tute, Tel Aviv, Israel
Keren Cyt­ter studierte Bildende Kun­st am Avni Insti­tute for Art in Tel Aviv und erhielt ein Stipendi­um für die Kun­sthochschule De Ate­liers in Ams­ter­dam. Seit 2005 lebte sie in Berlin, bis sie 2012 nach New York City umsiedelte.
Bekan­nt wurde sie durch ihre exper­i­mentellen Videoar­beit­en, in denen sie sich mit der Frage auseinan­der­set­zt, welchen Ein­fluss die Medi­enkul­tur auf zwis­chen­men­schliche Beziehun­gen ausübt. In ihren Videos vere­int sie ver­schiedene Erzählstränge, Zeit­ebe­nen und Rol­len­zuweisun­gen. Cyt­ter bezieht sich auf exper­i­mentelles und klas­sis­ches Kino, auf Lit­er­atur, The­ater und YouTube-Frag­mente und verbindet Ele­mente doku­men­tarisch­er und fik­tionaler Herkun­ft.
Ihre Arbeit­en wur­den in Einze­lausstel­lun­gen im Frank­furter Kun­stvere­in und der Kun­sthalle Zürich (2005), Kun­st-Werke Berlin (2006), MUMOK Wien (2007), Witte de With Rot­ter­dam (2008), Le Plateau Paris (2009), Kun­sthaus Basel­land Mutend und Mod­er­na Museet Stock­holm (2010), David Roberts Art Fun­da­tion Lon­don, Kun­stvere­in München und Stedelijk Muse­um Ams­ter­dam (2011) gezeigt. Außer­dem nahm sie an unzäh­li­gen Grup­pe­nausstel­lun­gen teil, darunter an der Bien­nale d’art con­tem­po­rain de Lyon (2007), Man­i­fests 7 Trenti­no (2008), New Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art New York City und Bien­nale di Venezia (2009), Gwangju Bien­nale (2010) und Solomon R. Guggen­heim Muse­um New York City (2011).
2009 grün­dete Cyt­ter die Tanz-Per­for­mance-The­ater Com­pa­ny D.I.E Now und ging mit den selb­st ver­fassten und chore­ografierten Pro­duk­tio­nen His­to­ry in the Mak­ing und The True Sto­ry of John Web­ber and His End­less Strug­gle with the Table of Con­tent auf inter­na­tionale Tournee. Die Stücke wur­den unter anderem in der Tate Mod­ern Lon­don, The Kitchen New York, dem Tramway Glas­gow, dem Van Abbe­mu­se­um Eind­hoven und dem Hebbel am Ufer Berlin gezeigt.
2010 grün­dete sie gemein­sam mit den Kura­torin­nen Maaike Gouwen­berg und Kathy Noble die Stiftung A.P.E. (Art Projects Era), unter deren Namen sie ihre The­ater­stücke Show Real Dra­ma und Anke is Gone/I Eat Pick­els at Your Funer­al insze­nierte, die seit­dem als Gast­pro­duk­tio­nen nach Berlin, Lon­don, New York City, Kana­da und Asien ein­ge­laden wur­den.
Cyt­ter ist Autorin der Romane The Man who Climbed Up the Stairs of Life and Found Out They Were Cin­e­ma Seats (2006), The Sev­en Most Excit­ing Hours of Mr. Trier‘s Life in Twen­ty-Four Chap­ters und The Amaz­ing True Sto­ry of Moshe Klin­berg (2009). 2010 wur­den Auszüge ihres Tage­buchs unter dem Titel White Diaries veröf­fentlicht.
Für ihre Arbeit erhielt sie 2006 den Baloise Art State­ment Award im Rah­men der Art Basel, den ars viva-Preis 2008 und den ersten Abso­lut Vod­ka Art Award, der 2009 in Stock­holm ver­liehen wurde. Des Weit­eren wurde sie 2009 für den Preis der Nation­al­ga­lerie für junge Kun­st Berlin und den Future Gen­er­a­tion Art Prize nominiert.
Im Win­terse­mes­ter 2014/2015 wurde sie als Pro­fes­sorin für „Freie Kun­st“ an der Kun­stakademie Düs­sel­dorf berufen.

Preise / Awards

2006  Baloise, Art Basel State­ments.
2008/2009  Ars viva, Preis für Bildende Kun­st des Kul­turkreis­es der deutschen Wirtschaft
2008  Exper­i­men­tal short film, Bolzano short film fes­ti­val
2009   Short­list­ed for Preis der Nation­al­ga­lerie für Neue Kun­st, Berlin
2009   Short List für Preis Neue Kun­st, Nation­al­ga­lerie Berlin, Berlin
2008   Exper­i­men­tal short film, Bolzano short film fes­ti­val
2008/2009  Ars viva Preis für Bildende Kun­st des Kul­turkreis­es der deutschen Wirtschaft
2006   Baloise Art Prize, Art Basel

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
The Mir­ror of Sim­ple Souls, SCHLOSS, Oslo – NO

2016
Panora­mas, Math­ew Gallery, New York – US
Ocean, Pilar Cor­rias Gallery, Lon­don – UK
Siren, Deweer Gallery, Gent – BE
Selec­tion, Kün­stler­haus Halle für Kun­st & Medi­en, Graz – AT

2015
Keren Cyt­ter, Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Chica­go – US
Here and There, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv – IS
Stu­dio for propo­si­tion­al cin­e­ma, Düs­sel­dorf – DE
Zach Feuer (With Jon Raf­man), New York – US
NICC, Brus­sels – BE
A I B I C ontem­po­rary, Zurich – CH
Rose Gar­den, Indi­anapo­lis Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Indi­anapo­lis – US
Game, CCA KITAKYUSHU Project Gallery, Kitakyushu – JP

2014
Keren Cyt­ter, Gal­le­ria Raf­fael­la Cortese, Milan – IT
Keren Cyt­ter, Kun­sthal Char­lot­ten­borg, Copen­hagen – DK
Video Art Man­u­al, State of Con­cept, Athens – GR
Keren Cyt­ter, Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne – DE
Keren Cyt­ter: HOME, Zach Feuer, New York – US

2013
Keren Cyt­ter: MOP VENGEANCE, Pilar Cor­rias, Lon­don – UK
Tuto­r­i­al, Deweer Gallery, Otegem – BE

2012
Video Art Man­u­al, Noga Gallery of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Tel Aviv – IS
Video Art Man­u­al, Diverse­Works Art Space, Hous­ton, Texas – US
Wal­ter Phillips Gallery at the Banff Cen­tre for the Arts, Alber­ta – CA
Tina is gone, Image Fes­ti­val, Toron­to, Cana­da
Show Real Dra­ma, Ke Cetner The­ater, Shang­hai; Peng­hao Ren The­ater, Bei­jing – CN; Bo:m Fes­ti­val, Seoul – KR; The Kitchen, New York – US; Tate Mod­ern Oil Tanks, Lon­don – UK
Don’t trust Amer­i­cans, Schau Ort, Zurich – CH
Based on a True Sto­ry, Oakville Gal­leries, Oakville – CA

2011
Avalanche, Gal­le­ria Raf­fael­la Cortese, Milan – IT
Video Art Man­u­al, Zach Feuer, New York – US
Avalanche, Stedelijk Muse­um, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Fear, Fun and Fire, Deutsche Bank Tow­ers, Frank­furt am Main – DE
The Hottest Day of the Year, Kun­stvere­in München, Munich – DE
Avalanche, Pilar Cor­rias & David Roberts Art Foun­da­tion, Lon­don – UK
Ausstel­lungsraum Volk­er Bradtke, Dus­sel­dorf, Ger­many

2010
Mod­er­na Museet, Stock­holm – SE
Repul­sion, Kun­sthaus Basel­land, Muttenz/Basel – CH
Kon­struk­tion, Galerie Chris­t­ian Nagel, Berlin – DE
Moral­i­ty, SCHAU ORT, Elis­a­beth Kauf­man + Chris­tiane Bünt­gen Zürich – CH
Keren Cyt­ter, Mod­er­na Museet, Stock­holm – CH
Project Series: Keren Cyt­ter, Ham­mer Muse­um, Los Ange­les – US

2009
Art­s­peak, Van­cou­ver – CN
Noga Gallery of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Tel Aviv – IL
Keren Cyt­ter, Frac Il-de-France/Il Plateau, Paris – FR
Gale­ria Estrany de la Mota, Barcelona – ES
His­to­ry in the Mak­ing, Tate Mod­ern Tur­bine Hall, Lon­don – UK
Keren Cyt­ter, CCA Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Kitakyushu – JP
The Mys­te­ri­ous Series, X Ini­tia­tive, New York – US
Domes­tics, Pilar Cor­rias, Lon­don – UK
Les Ruis­selle­ments du Dia­ble, Thier­ry Gold­berg Projects, New York – US
His­to­ry in the Mak­ing, The Kitchen, New York – US
Scala­Ma­ta Gallery, Four Sea­sons, Venice – IT
Cross.Flowers.Rolex, Schau Ort, Zurich – DE

2008
Keren Cyt­ter, Witte de With Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Rot­ter­dam – NL
Keren Cyt­ter, Cen­tro Huarte de Arte Con­tem­porá­neo, Huarte – ES
Les Ruiselle­ments du dia­ble, Lüttgen­mei­jer, Berlin – DE
Les Ruiselle­ments du dia­ble, St. Pauli Kun­stvere­in, Ham­burg – DE
Draw­ings, Kun­st­fo­rum Baloise, Basel – CH
Keren Cyt­ter, CCA Cen­ter For Con­tem­po­rary Art, Kitakyushu – JP

2007
Keren Cyt­ter, STUK Kun­st­cen­trum, Leu­ven – BE
The Vic­tim, MUMOK, Muse­um Mod­ern­er Kun­st Stiftung Lud­wig, Vien­na – AT
Some­thing Hap­pened, CUBITT Artists, Lon­don – UK
Keren Cyt­ter, Col­lec­tive Gallery, Edin­burgh – UK
Dreamtalk, Thier­ry Gold­berg Projects, New York – US
Some­thing Hap­pened, Elis­a­beth Kauf­mann, Zürich – CH

2006
I was the good and he was the bad and the ugly, KW Insti­tute for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Berlin – DE
REPULSION, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv – IL
Atmos­phere, GAMeC – Gal­le­ria d’Arte Mod­er­na e Con­tem­po­ranea, Berg­amo – IT
Con­tem­po­rary Neu­romytho­log­i­cal Sto­ries, Ellen de Brui­jne Projects, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Con­ti­nu­ity, Elis­a­beth Kauf­mann, Zürich – CH
The Vic­tim, Art 37 Basel, state­ments, Zürich – CH
‘I can nev­er get peo­ple to under­stand that poet­ry is the expres­sion of excit­ed pas­sion, and that there is no such thing as a life of pas­sion any more than a con­tin­u­ous earth­quake, or an eter­nal fever. Besides, who would ever shave them­selves in such a state?’ Lord Byron, Artis, Den Bosch – NL

2005
Keren Cyt­ter, Kun­sthalle Zürich, Zurich – CH
Keren Cyt­ter, Frank­furter Kun­stvere­in, Frank­furt am Main – DE

2004
The friends’ series, Dolores; Ellen de Brui­jne Projects (with Mark Kent), Ams­ter­dam – NL
My brain is in the wall, Stedelijk Muse­um Bureau, Ams­ter­dam – NL

2003
Videos, Rozen­feld Gallery, Tel Aviv – IL

2002
Draw­ings, Rozen­feld Gallery, Tel Aviv – IL

Group Exhibitions

2018
Dig­i­tal Bod­ies, Michi­gan State Uni­ver­si­ty (organ­ised by the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Muse­um), Michi­gan – US

2017
Place Rela­tions: Iden­ti­ty in Con­tem­po­rary Israeli and Arab Avant-Garde Art, CEPA Gallery, New York – US
Instruc­tions for Hap­pi­ness, 21er Haus, Vien­na – AT
SUR/FACE: Mir­rors, Muse­um Ange­wandtekun­st, Frank­furt – DE
The Cov­er­ly Set, Sargent’s Daugh­ter, New York – US
Instruc­tions for Hap­pi­ness, 21er Haus, Vien­na – AT
Noth­ing But Long­ing, Void Gallery, Der­ry, North­ern Ire­land – UK

2016
House of Com­mons, Por­tikus, Frank­furt – DE
Europa, Shanay­nay, Paris – FR
Busan Bien­ni­al, Busan – KR
Exhi­bi­tion by 31 Women, Philipp Pflug Con­tem­po­rary, Frank­furt am Main – DE

2015
Polit­i­cal Pop­ulism, Kun­sthalle Wien ­– AT
Affects, Cul­tu­ur­centrum, Meche­len – BE
The Future of Mem­o­ry, Frank­furt – DE
TURN ON, Tel Aviv Muse­um, Tel Aviv – IL
Cre­at­ing real­i­ties, Pinakothek der Mod­erne, München – DE
Die kalte Libidio, Haus der Kun­st, Berlin, DE
Keren Cytter/Jon Raf­man, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York – US
RE(A)D, curat­ed by Ryan Stead­man, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York – US
Turn On: Time-Based Art from the Julia Stoschek Col­lec­tion, Tel Aviv Muse­um of Art – IL
Cre­at­ing Real­i­ties – Encoun­ters Between Art and Cin­e­ma, Pinakothek der Mod­erne and Muse­um Brand­horst, Munich – DE
Keren Cyt­ter Presents – The Last Sum­mer Fest, MINI/­Goethe-Insti­tut Cura­to­r­i­al Res­i­den­cies Lud­low 38, New York – US

2014
Per­fect Lovers. Art in the Time of Aids, Fun­da­cion Sunol, Barcelona – ES
Affects, Kun­st­palis, Erlan­gen – DE; Gemeen­te­mu­se­um, Hel­mond – NL
Der Stachel des Sko­r­pi­ons (The Sting of the Scor­pi­on), Muse­um Vil­la Stuck, Munich; Insti­tute Mathilden­hoe­he, Darm­stadt – DE
High Per­for­mance. The JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION as guest at the ZKM. Time-based Media Art since 1996, Zen­trum für Kun­st und Medi­en­tech­nolo­gie, Karl­sruhe – DE
Where are we Now?, 5th Mar­rakech Bien­nale, Mar­rakech – MA
Annals of the Twen­ty-Ninth Cen­tu­ry, Wys­ing Arts Cen­tre, Cam­bridge – UK
Skep­ti­cal Thoughts on Love, Kün­stler­haus Stuttgart, Stuttgart – DE
Four Draw­ings of a Farmer, Bureau, New York – US

2013
Tam­ing the Nar­ra­tive, Basis, Frank­furt am Main – DE
Gün­ther Förg, Keren Cyt­ter, and Collector’s Room #1, Deweer Gallery, Otegem – BE
Ei Arakawa, Tomer Aluf, Keren Cyt­ter, Hen­rik Ole­sen, Jose Rojas, Ulla Rossek, Nora Schultz, Josef Strau, Ste­fan Tcherep­nin, Antek Wal­czak, Soloway, Brook­lyn – US
Liberi Tut­ti, Fon­dazione Nico­la Trussar­di, Teatro Arse­nale, Milan – IT
Leisure, Dis­ci­pline and Pun­ish­ment, 6th Bien­ni­al of Mov­ing Image, Meche­len – BE
Cel­lu­loid Brush­es: An Anthol­o­gy of the Filmic Per­cep­tion of the Artist from 1942 till today, MINI/­Goethe-Insti­tut Cura­to­r­i­al Res­i­den­cies Lud­low 38, New York – US
Last Year at Marien­bad, Redux, EFA Project Space, New York – US
Unat­tained Land­scape, Palazzet­to Tito of Bevilac­qua La Masa Foun­da­tion, Venice – IT
Jew York, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York – US
John Bock, Keren Cyt­ter, Paul Pfeif­fer, Gillian Wear­ing and Akram Zaatari,  Regen Projects, Los Ange­les – US

2012
Where’s the Romance curat­ed by Sara Brill and Adri­enne Drake, Open Video Projects, Berlin in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Beton Galerie, Ham­burg – DE
On Apol­o­gy, CCA Wat­tis Insti­tute, San Fran­cis­co – US
Re-open­ing, Deweer Gallery, Otegem – BE
Children’s Films, (curat­ed by Gareth Moore) Whit­stable Bien­nale; Inter­na­tion­al Project Space, Birm­ing­ham – UK; Con­tem­po­rary Art Gallery, Van­cou­ver – CA
Fremde Über­all – For­eign­ers Every­where: Select­ed works from the Pomer­anz Col­lec­tion curat­ed by Ami Barak, Jew­ish Muse­um, Vien­na – AT
Made in Ger­many Zwei: Inter­na­tion­al Art In Ger­many, Spren­gel Muse­um Han­nover, kest­nerge­sellschaft, Kun­stvere­in Han­nover, Han­nover – DE
FAX, Utah Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Salt Lake City, UT

2011
Children’s Films, (curat­ed by Gareth Moore) Biele­felder Kun­stvere­in, Biele­feld – DE
The Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggen­heim: Found in Trans­la­tion, Solomon R. Guggen­heim Muse­um, New York – US
Par­al­lel Worlds, Arse­nal, Berlin – DE
Based in Berlin, Berlin – DE
Videonale 13, Kun­st­mu­se­um Bonn – DE
Expand­ed Cin­e­ma, Moscow Muse­um of Mod­ern Art, Moscow – RU
East Ex East, Brand New Gallery, Milan – IT
Small Fires, Sint-Lukas­ga­lerie, Brus­sels – BE
The Plot, Pow­er Plant, Toron­to – CA
3rd Thes­sa­loni­ki Bien­ni­al of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Thes­sa­loni­ki – GR
Block­buster. Cine Para Exhibi­ciones, Museo de Arte Con­tem­porá­neo de Mon­ter­rey – MX
Cities of Gold and Mir­rors, Julia Stoschek Col­lec­tion, Düs­sel­dorf – DE
Our Dark­ness, Kün­stler­haus Stuttgart, Stuttgart – DE
Voglio Soltan­to Essere Ama­to, MAGA, Gal­larate – IT
Cin­e­ma for Exhi­bi­tions, Fun­da­cion CIAC ACMX

2010
Future Gen­er­a­tion Art Prize: 20 Short­list­ed Artists, PinchukArt­Cen­tre Kiev – UA
8th Gwangju Bien­nale, curat­ed by Mas­si­m­il­iano Gioni, Gwangju – KP
Tramway, Glas­gow Inter­na­tion­al Fes­ti­val – UK
Par­adise Lost Hol­i­days in Hell, CCA Andratx – ES
Face your Demons, Mil­liken Gallery, Stock­holm – SE
Not Nec­es­sar­i­ly In That Order, Pre­sen­ta­tion House Gallery, Van­cou­ver – CA
Epi­logue (1), Mais­ter­ra Val­bue­na Gallery, Madrid – ES
Scen­växlin­gar / Scene Shifts, Bon­niers Kon­sthall, Stock­holm – SE
Agniesz­ka Brzezan­s­ka, Keren Cyt­ter, Karin Suter, Leopold Kessler, Kun­sthaus Basel­land, Basel – CH
Rev­o­lu­tion, van Abbe Muse­um, Eind­hoven – NL
Overview: Israeli Video 2000–2010, Haifa Muse­um of Art, Haifa – IL
Video­Zone V: The 5th Inter­na­tion­al Video Art Bien­nale in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tel Aviv – IL
PORTRAITS DE COLLECTIONNEURS, Joce­lyne et Fab­rice Petig­nat, MURO, Gene­va – CH
More Pricks than Kicks, The David Roberts Art Foun­da­tion, Lon­don – UK
Moral­i­ty, Witte de With, Rot­ter­dam – NL
Michael Beut­ler & Friends, Galerie Chris­t­ian Nagel, Antwerp – BE
In Full Bloom, Gal­le­ria Raf­fael­la Cortese, Milan – IT
Tell-Tale Heart, James Cohan Gallery, New York – US
Make the Most of Now, Kun­sthalle Exn­er­gasse, Vien­na – AT
Wit­ty, Lo-Fi Works With Knot­ty Thoughts, Ned­er­lands Insti­tu­ut voor Medi­akun­st, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Une Expo­si­tion (du) Sen­si­ble, Cen­tre d’Art Con­tem­po­raine La Syn­a­gogue De Delme, Delme – FR
Face your Demons, Mil­liken Gallery, Stock­holm – SE

2009
Return to Baroque, Museo Madre, Naples – IT
Fare Mon­di 53rd Inter­na­tion­al Art Exhi­bi­tion, La Bien­nale di Venezia, Venice – IT
Nation­al Galerie Prize for Young Art, Berlin Ham­burg­er Bahn­hof – Muse­um für Gegen­wart, Berlin – DE
The Gen­er­a­tional: Younger Than Jesus, New Muse­um, New York – US
ars viva 08/09 – Inszenierung/ Mise en scene, Muse­um Abteiberg, Monchenglad­bach – DE
Augarten Con­tem­po­rary, Vien­na – AT
Gold­en Agers – Sil­ver Surfers, Kun­sthaus Basel­land, Mut­tenz – CH
Kun­st­Film­Bi­en­nale Köln, Cologne – DE
If I can’t dance I don‘t want to be part of your rev­o­lu­tion, Art Cen­ter, Dublin – IE
Rot­ter­dam Film Fes­ti­val, Rot­ter­dam – NL
High­lights from Kun­st­Film­Bi­en­nale Köln, KW Insti­tute for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Berlin – DE; Cen­ter Pom­pi­dou, Paris – FR
Shift­ing Iden­ti­ties, CAC, Vil­nius – LT
Time Out of Joint: Recall and Evo­ca­tion in Recent Art, Whit­ney Muse­um, New York – US
Return to Baroque, Museo Madre, Naples – IT

2008
Noto­ri­ous: Recent Frac Ile-de-France Acquis­tions, Frac Il-de-France/Il Plateau, Paris – FR
Tele­vi­sion Deliv­ers Peo­ple, The Whit­ney Muse­um of Amer­i­can Art, New York – US
The Leisure Suite, The LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Colum­bia Uni­ver­si­ty, New York – US
Work from the Video & Film col­lec­tion of Jean-Con­rad & Isabelle Lemaitre, Kun­sthalle zu Kiel der Chris­t­ian-Albrecht-Uni­ver­sität, Kiel – DE
Tori­no Tri­en­nale ‘50 Moons of Sat­urn’, Castel­lo di Riv­o­li Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Riv­o­li; Fon­dazione San­dret­to Re Rebau­den­go; Palazz­i­na del­la Soci­eta Pro­motrice delle Belle Arti, Turin – IT
Man­i­fes­ta 7, Trenti­no – IT
Yoko­hama Tri­en­ni­al, Yoko­hama – JP
Berlin Inter­na­tion­al Film Fes­ti­val, Expend­ed Forum, Filmhaus, Berlin – DE
Konzepte der Liebe, Köl­ner Kun­stvere­in, Cologne – DE
Nar­ra­tives in space // Spa­tial nar­ra­tions, ACEC Dok, Ghent – BE
Shift­ing Iden­ti­ties, Kun­sthaus Zurich – CH
Ober­hausen Film Fes­ti­val, Ober­hausen – DE
If I can’t dance I don’t want to join your rev­o­lu­tion, De Appel, Ams­ter­dam – NL; Sala Rekalde, Bil­bao – ES
Italia Ital­ie Ital­ien Italy, Museo Arcos, Ben­even­to – IT
Keren Cyt­ter / Knut Klaßen, Galerie Olaf Stüber, Berlin – DE
2MOVE / Migra­to­ry Aes­thet­ics, Sten­ersen Museet, Oslo – NO
Bolzano Short Film Fes­ti­val, Bolzano – IT
Bangkok World Film Fes­ti­val, Bangkok – TH
BEFF, Bangkok Exper­i­men­tal Film Fes­ti­val, Bangkok – TH
ARTLV – Tel Aviv Bien­nale, Tel Aviv – IL
ARTFOCUS, Jerusalem – IL
Video­Zone, Video Bien­nale, Tel Aviv – IL
-between the lines- (Les Ruis­selle­ments du dia­ble), Elis­a­beth Kauf­mann, Zurich – DE

2007
Cut, Thier­ry Gold­berg Projects, New York – US
The Lyon Bien­ni­al, The His­to­ry of a Decade That Has Not Yet Been Named, Lyon – FR
Boun­d­LES, The Hen­ry Street Set­tle­ment, New York – US
If water crys­tal, crys­tal water…, Ingalls & Asso­ciates, Mia­mi – US
Pawn­shop, e-flux, New York – US
The first Hertzelia Bien­ni­al, Hertzelia – IL
The Sec­ond Moscow Bien­ni­al of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Moscow – RU
The Float­ing Feath­er, Daniel Buch­holz Gallery, Cologne – DE
Self fash­ion show, Extra City – Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Antwerp – BE
On the Mar­riage Bro­ker Joke, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp – BE
There have to be many and they do(n’t) need to be rec­on­ciled with one anoth­er, Kun­stvere­in Braun­schweig e.V., Brunswick – DE
The Shad­ow Cab­i­net: ‘Dis­tort­ed Fab­ric’, de Appel, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Fake Move­ment, Cam­pobase Gallery, Bologna – IT
Depic­tion Per­ver­sion Repul­sion Obses­sion, Witte de With, Rot­ter­dam – NL
House Trip, curat­ed by Ami Barak on Art­Fo­rum Berlin – DE
Berlin Inter­na­tion­al Film Fes­ti­val, Expend­ed Forum, BüroFriedrich, Berlin – DE
Zwis­chen­bi­lanz II, Balôise Art Forum, Basel – CH
Talk­ing Pic­tures, K21 Kun­st­samm­lung Nor­drhein-West­falen, Düs­sel­dorf – DE
CCA/MAP Magazine/Glasgow Film Fes­ti­val, Glas­gow – UK
Birds in a Park, Daniel Buch­holz Gallery, Koln – DE
I Could Be You, Schloss Soli­tude, Stuttgart – DE

2006
Beau­ty Unre­al­ized, PSWAR – Pub­lic Space With A Roof, Ams­ter­dam – NL
The Float­ing Feath­er, Chan­tal Crousel Gallery, curat­ed by Willem de Rooij, Paris – NL
All Hawaii Entrees/Lunar Reg­gae, Irish Muse­um of Mod­ern Art, Dublin – IE
City Lab, curat­ed by Friederike Nymphius, Art­fo­rum, Berlin – DE
Open Space, Art Cologne, Ellen de Brui­jne Projects, Cologne – DE
Across.videos, Rome – IT
Exper­i­ments in Pop, Som­mer Akademie, Paul Klee Zen­trum, Bern – CH
Satel­lite of love, Witte de With, explod­ing tele­vi­sion, Rot­ter­dam – NL
The world state, Erik Steen Gallery, Oslo – NO

2005
Film­b­lik Pro­gram, Filmhuis, Den Haag – NL
Dutch Open, De Balie, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Fab­rikaat-avond, Artis, Den Bosch – NL
Dis­closed, de Ate­liers, Ams­ter­dam – NL
6th Repub­lic, East­area Gallery, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Short Cir­cuit, Motive Gallery, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Pilot 2, Inter­na­tion­al Art­fo­rum, Lon­don – UK
Dash5, Gallery 291, Lon­don – UK
Introre­spec­tive, Pek Fes­ti­val, Den Haag – NL

2004
Video­zone, Video Bien­nale, Tel Aviv – IL
F&N Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv city hall, Tel Aviv – IL
Inte­ri­or paint­ing after Richard Hamil­ton, Kav 16, Tel Aviv – IL
A4 – 5, Over­toom 301, Ams­ter­dam – NL

2003
Eee­hh…, Over­toom 301, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Horse Hos­pi­tal, Lon­don – UK
Good Ques­tion, Stu­dio Katen­drecht­straat 66, Rot­ter­dam – NL
Won­deryears, Kino Arse­nal, Berlin – DE
Rahvus­va­he­line, Par­nu Fil­mi – EE

2002
video­zone – Video Bien­nale, Israel, Tel-Aviv – IL
Wall Paint­ing, Yanko Dada Muse­um, Ein Hod – IL

2001
Shoes, Left Bank, Tel Aviv – IL

1998
Nice Plant, Gross Gallery, Tel Aviv – IL

Performances & Screenings

2016
Open House in Dreams and Night­mares, Whit­ney Musuem of Amer­i­can Art
There Is No Us in Mas­ter­piece, Stedelijk Muse­um, Ams­ter­dam – NL
Rocky – Art/theatre/dance/music per­for­mances, Par­adiso Noord, Ams­ter­dam – NL
A Ret­ro­spec­tive, Berg­amo Film Fes­ti­val, Berg­amo – IT
The First Sum­mer Fest of West­ern Lib­er­a­tion, Réu­nion (for­mer­ly Elis­a­beth Kauf­mann, Zurich – CH
The Last Sum­mer Fest of the Euro­pean Union, LISTE, Basel – CH
There’s no us in mas­ter­piece, Stedelijk Muse­um, Ams­ter­dam – NL

2015
Keren Cyt­ter: Show Real Dra­ma, Mumok, Vien­na – AT
Keren Cyt­ter: Show Real Dra­ma, MCA, Chica­go – US

2014
Leisure, Dis­ci­pline and Pun­ish­ment with Sonia Boyce, Petra Bauer, Agniesz­ka Pol­s­ka and Marinel­la Sen­a­tore, screen­ing of Cor­rec­tions, Liv­er­pool Bien­ni­al, Liv­er­pool – UK
Soft City, screen­ing of a new work and Vengeance, Kun­sthall Oslo, Oslo – NO
Video Art Man­u­al, Delta­work­ers, Indy­wood, New Orleans – US
Artist’s Film Club: Keren Cyt­ter, ICA, Lon­don – UK

2013
Vocif­er­ous: Keren Cyt­ter with David Aird, Keira Fox and Char­lie Fein­stein, ICA, Lon­don – UK
Artists’ Film Club: Keren Cyt­ter + Q&A, ICA, Lon­don – UK
Vocif­er­ous: Keren Cyt­ter with David Aird, Keira Fox and Char­lie Fein­stein, Wys­ing Arts Cen­tre, Cam­bridge – UK
Keren Cyt­ter – Show Real Dra­ma, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin – DE
GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS, Van­i­ty Projects, New York – US
A The­atre Cycle, NOMAS Foun­da­tion at Teatro Valle Occu­pa­to, Rome – IT

2012
Keren Cyt­ter: Show Real Dra­ma, Diverse­Works, Hous­ton, Texas – US
Keren Cyt­ter: Show Real Dra­ma, Neu­Markt The­ater, Zurich – CH
Keren Cyt­ter: Show Real Dra­ma, Tank 2, Tate Mod­ern, Lon­don – UK

2010
Dance Inter­na­tion­al Europe Now (D.I.E. NOW), The True Sto­ry of John Web­ber and his End­less Strug­gle with the Table of Con­tent, Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin – DE
If I Can’t Dance… Edi­tion III: Episode 1 – Mas­quer­ade, De Appel Arts Cen­tre, Ams­ter­dam – NL; Episode 2 – Mas­quer­ade, Sala Rekalde, Bil­bao – ES; Episode 3 – Mas­quer­ade, Project Arts Cen­tre, Dublin – IE; Episode 4 – From Dusk Till Dawn, Van Abbe Muse­um, Eind­hoven – NL
Dance Inter­na­tion­al Europe Now (D.I.E. NOW), A man is a Muse­um,
Julia Stoschek Col­lec­tion, Düs­sel­dorf – DE

2009
Dance Inter­na­tion­al Europe Now (D.I.E. NOW), His­to­ry in the Mak­ing or the Secret Diary of Lin­da Schultz, Tate Mod­ern, Lon­don – UK
Per­for­ma 9, The Kitchen, New York – US