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Batsceba Hardy, artist of the Irreality, lives and will only live ‘in’ the net, where she leaves already evidence with her constant performance: writing stories in images and telling visions in words. What remains is superfluous, in Wittgenstein terms, including her secret background. Currently she resides in Berl… Read More
Batsceba Hardy, artist of the Irreality, lives and will only live ‘in’ the net, where she leaves already evidence with her constant performance: writing stories in images and telling visions in words. What remains is superfluous, in Wittgenstein terms, including her secret background. Currently she resides in Berlin, whose skies she’s chasing among the clouds; but she could be anywhere. She likes leaving traces of her passage in the places where she finds inspiration. She likes detecting herself inside the windows of houses. She likes revealing herself at night, before nobody. Read Less
March 23/2014

Finissage Maria Lucchese - Vernissage Batsceba Hardy

with Matthias Bauer

Vinoteca Friedrich Wilhelm Platz 4

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September 13/15 2013

LA POETICA DEL CORPO

mostra fotografica di Batsceba Hardy e Dona… Read More
March 23/2014

Finissage Maria Lucchese - Vernissage Batsceba Hardy

with Matthias Bauer

Vinoteca Friedrich Wilhelm Platz 4

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September 13/15 2013

LA POETICA DEL CORPO

mostra fotografica di Batsceba Hardy e Donatella D’Angelo/Josè Lasheras

Festival delle Arti 2013 - Venezia Giudecca



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March 30/ May 4, 2013

BERLIN (crossing)

Arte in Corte Festival - Corte de La Filanda - Manerba del Garda (BS)



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March 27 / 11 april 2013 -

"IN UTERO"
EMOZIONANTI IMMAGINI-PAROLE di BATSCEBA HARDY

Le comby-photo di Batsceba Hardy sono esposte alla URBAN GALLERY in via delle Foppette 2 (angolo via Savona) dal 27 marzo in poi.
Vernissage mercoledì 27 marzo, alle18,45 con la presentazione dell’ebook “In Utero”, sarà presenta la direttrice editoriale di Emma Books, Maria Paola Romeo.

BATSCEBA HARDY URBAN GALLERY EMMA BOOK

Urban Gallery Via delle Foppette 2 (angolo via Savona) 20144 Milano - 3486541228



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June 7/July 31, 2012 -

BERLINO ISTANTANTANEE, urbanGallery , Milano via delle Foppette, 2

Un viaggio per Berlino attraverso gli occhi di Batsceba Hardy, una serie di scatti mai banali che riescono a catturare lo spirito nascosto della città.

Berlin through the eyes of Batsceba Hardy. A series of shots that manage to capture the hidden spirit of the city.

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10 November / 21 december 2011 -

exhibition of StoryBody at Café Con Calma, in Berlin

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December 2010, -

Installazione video_fotografica “Null” di Batsceba Hardy & Alma A.

[Alma A and Batsceba Hardy have been invited to exhibit their current project “null” to the event “Luci sulla città”, September-December 2010, Caserta, OfCA Space.]

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December 2010

exhibition of StoryBody in Milan, Spazio Nur, "StoryBody"

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March 2010,

at the Galleria La Carmelina (Ferrara, Italy), she exhibited "StoryBody and Ikonographie der Kontingenz Teil 1. : Frakturen", a cooperation with Alma A. (Martha Angharad Agostini)

In Italia, nel marzo 2010, alla Galleria La Carmelina di Ferrara ha esposto StoryBody e sucessivamente Ikonographie der kontingenz teil 1. : Frakturen con Alma A. (Martha Angharad Agostini)
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Where did Photography was born? In the city. Urban framings have always been the essence of Photography, from the very beginning up until now.

No wonder then that Batsceba Hardy chose to dedicate part of her work as a photographer to the exploration of Berlin, the city among the cities, that probably, historicall… Read More
Where did Photography was born? In the city. Urban framings have always been the essence of Photography, from the very beginning up until now.

No wonder then that Batsceba Hardy chose to dedicate part of her work as a photographer to the exploration of Berlin, the city among the cities, that probably, historically speaking, embodies the most the eternal fracture between what's possible and what is not, what has been and what will be.

This series of photographs must be viewed in the first place as a tribute to Berlin and its inhabitants, the tourists and invisible ghosts who fill up the coffee shops and the parks at every hour of the day, or walk down the lanes, or are just caught sitting on the Underground train heading to unknown places.

The photographer -- who is also a foreigner -- acts like an invisible spectator: she catches instants and weaves them together like Penelope did, creating thus a cloth of moods and feelings, expressions and moves, nuances and colors, in the attempt of guessing what the thoughts of those around her may be.

Faces reflected in windows, children and old people, parents and singles: all kind of human beings mingled together in the crucible of urban life. Read Less
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