Category Archives: Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber

Japanese Lesson is a project by Katja Stuke (*1968) and Oliver Sieber (*1966), both live and work in Düsseldorf, Germany. Since 1999 they publish the photo-fanzine Frau Böhm where they juxtapose works from different series or develop collective works for the publications. Under the label BöhmKobayashi they cover an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organizers (ANT!FOTO, Photoszene Cologne), designers, art book editors and publishers. Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.  Who are you this time? Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber have become international
traveling salesmen in the field of photography, who feel more at home on the road than
they do in their atelier in Düsseldorf. Like no other German artists of their generation, they
have portrayed the everyday culture of Japan in their works or turned the mythic locations
of film into a subject of photography.
During the last years they i.a. exhibited at Museum for Contemporary Photography Chicago, Stadtmuseum München, Palazzo da Mosto Reggio Emilia, Kunsthalle Bremen, Museum für Photographie Braunschweig, Fondation d’entreprise Hermès Bern, Photomuseum Antwerp, Florence Loewy Paris, Museum Folkwang Essen or Kunstmuseum Bonn.

www.boehmkobayashi.de
www.katjastuke.de
www.oliversieber.de
www.antifoto.de