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Exhibition catalogues:

WERKSTATT FÜR PHOTOGRAPHIE 1976-1986, p 310-315, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Koenig books 2016: ENDE VOM LIED, p 122-129, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin 2016: Behold the Man - 100 years, 100 faces. p 136-137, Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle NL 2016: Punctum. p 64, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg 2014: Flowers & Mushrooms. p 82-85, Hirmer/Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Salzburg 2013: AGES: Portraits of Growing Older. p 57-64, Fotohof, Koeln 2013: Photos Points of view in Austrian Photography from the 1930s until today. Fig. 21, Fig. 22, Verlag fuer Moderne Kunst, Vienna 2013: To Wander a Garden. p 64-69, Nohara, Tokyo 2012: Aires de Jeux, Champs de Tensions. P. 27-37, Democratic Books, Paris 2011: Seiichi Furuya, Mémoires. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo 2010: Darkside II. Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur 2009: The Fragility of Being. Museum der Moderne, Salzburg 2009: Trace Elements. p. 85-91, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo 2008:Blicke, Passanten. Albertina, Wien 2007: In the Face of History: European Photographers in the 20th Century. p. 191-199, Barbican Centre. Black Dog Publishing, London 2006: Why Pictures Now. p. 24-25, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna 2006: Setting sun : writings by Japanese photographers. New York, NY 2006: DAS NEUE ÖSTERREICH. Österreichisches Galerie Belvedere, Vienna 2005: Entwickelt. Landesgalerie Linz am Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseum, Linz 2005: simultan. p. 100-103, 282-283, Museum der Moderne, Salzburg 2005: Commonscapes: Photography Today, Views of the Everyday. p. 38-47, The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai 2004: Personal–Political. Gallery of Contemporary Art Celje, Celje 2002: La Photographie Traversée: recontres Internationales de la Photographie-Arles. Actes Sud, Paris 2001: Biennale de Lyon art contemporain: CONNIVENCE 2001. Biennale de Lyon, Lyon 2001: Mostar: Unique Sign–Unique Location. Folio, Vienna 2001: OPEN ENDS. Museum of Modern Art, New York 2000: Arthur Ollman. THE MODEL WIFE. Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego 1999: Love’s Body. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo 1998: photographic diaries. Art Pavilion, Zagreb 1998: CHIMAERA: Akutuelle Phtokunst aus Mitteleurope. Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg, Halle 1997: The Artist & An Urban Environment. Art Gallery Sovenj Gradec 1997: New Japanese Photography in 1990’s: The resonance of unconsciousness. Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama 1996: FISCH & FLEISCH: Fotografie aus Österreich 1945-1995. Kunsthalle Krems, Krems 1995: Mémoires 1995. Fotomuseum Winterthur/scalo, Zurich 2005: MESIAC FOTOGRAFIE. Fotograficka nadacia FOTOFO, Bratislava 1994: KRIEG. Edition Camera Austria, Graz 1993: BORDER/BORDERLESS: Japanese Contemporary Photography. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo 1993: flesh & blood: photographers’ images of their own families. Picture Project, New York 1992: PERIPHERIE. Leuschner & Lubensky, Graz 1991: Op-positions. Fotografie Biennale Rotterdam, Rotterdam 1990: Zeichen im Fluss. Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna 1990: Peripherie. Leuschner & Lubensky, Vienna 1989: Stadtpark eins. Editon Camera Austria, Graz 1989: Questioning Europe: Reinterpretations within Phtography. Fotogarfie Biennnale Rotterdam, Rotterdam 1988:6 Austrian Phtographers. Forum Stadtpark, Graz 1985: Fotografie aus Wien. Fotogalerie Gabriel, Vienna 1984: Geshichte der Fotografie in Österreich. Verein zur Erarbeitung der Geschichte der Fotografie in Österreich, Vienna 1983: Lichtbildnisse: Das Porträt in der fotografie. Rheinisches Museum Bonn, Bonn 1982: Erweiterte Fotografie. Wiener Secession, Vienna 1981: Leben mit einer Stadt. Kulturhaus Graz, Graz 1976

 

Articles in magazines, books, newspapers and website:

Magali Genuite, "House of Love", double 33, p.144-145, Double Magazine, Paris, 2017: Silke Hohmann, "Warum Dresden?", Monopol Nr. 02/2017, Berlin, 2017: Birgit Grimm, "Anwesen abwesend", Sächsische Zeitung, 11./12. April, 2015:Falk Haberkorn, Exhibitions: Seiichi Furuya/Gravitation; Dresden 1984. Was wir sehen; Erinnerung-Kontrolle,  Camera Austria, # 130, p.88-89, Camera Austria International, Graz, 2015: Mark Durden, "Intimate Portraits", Photography Today, p. 68-71, PHAIDON, Phaidon Press Limited, London, 2014: Maren Lübbke-Tidow, "Staatsgrenze/Border", Camera Austria, # 125, p.23-34, Camera Austria International, Graz, 2014: Eva Scharrer, "Seiichi Furuya", Artforum, # Feb. 2014, p. 228, Artforum International Magazine, New York, NY, 2014: David Strettell, "Seiichi Furuya", aperture, # 213, p. 72-77, Aperture Foundation, New York, 2013: Sergio Rubira, “Memories, Seiichi Furuya.”, EXIT. Issue 49, p. 85-92, Proyectos Utopicos, S. L., Madrid 2013: Thibaut de Ruyter, “Im Land der letzten Bilder/In The Country of Last Images.”, frieze d/e, Issue 6 2012: Solveig Grothe, “Herr Furuya und das Ende der DDR.”, einestages.spiegel.de, 2012: Florian Ebner. “Eine andere Latenz der Fotografie/Photography’s other latency.” Bulletin No. 25 Juni 2012, Museum fuer Photographie Braunschweig, 2012: Sebastian Frenzel. “Seiichi Furuya Mémoires 2011.” Monopol. 10/2011, p.84-97, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011: Carolin Förster. “Seiichi Furuya Mémoires.” Camera Austria. 116, p. 86-87, Camera Austria, Graz 2011: Klaus Dermutz. “Der Sprung.” Süddeutsche Zeitung. Feb. 3, 2011, p. 14, Süddeutsche Zeitung GmbH, München 2011: Paul Jandl. “Hier wohne ich, aber ich bin hier nicht zu Hause” Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung/Berliner Morgenpost. March 6, 2011, cover, p. 4-5, Axel Springer AG, Berlin 2011: polar. p. 80-89, Polarkreis.e.V., Berlin 2011: Minoru Shimizu. “Seiichi Furuya: The Disclosed Mémoires”* ART iT website1, 2 2010: PHOTOGRAPHICA. Impress Communications Corporation, Tokyo 2010: Walter Seidl. “Reclaiming the Personal. Seiichi Furuya: Mémoires, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, IZU Photo Museum, Mishima, Conemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto.” Camera Austria. no. 110, p. 74-76, Camera Austria, Graz 2010: Thomas Wolkinger. "Die Grenze des Erinnerns" FALTER 41/10. p.48-49, Falter, Wien 2010: BLIND SPOT. no. 40, cover, p. 8-13, Blind Spot, New York 2009: Ruth Horak. 21 Reportagen. p. 14-23, Fotohof, Salzburg 2008: KAZE NO TABI. no. 33, p. 59-80, Yurashia Ryokosha, Tokyo 2008: Bijutsutecho. no. 890, p. 145-153, Bijutusyuppansya, Tokyo 2007: PHat PHOTO. no. 38, CMY, Tokyo 2007: Studio Voice. no. 4, p. 115-119, Studio Voice, Tokyo 2007: Toshiharu Ito. “toki to basho wo meguru dansou.” Nikkor Club. P. 20-23, Nikon, Tokyo 2007: Sophie Spencer-Wood. Family. p.144-146, PHAIDON, London 2005: Herta Wolf. “ LOST IN TRANSLATION.” Camera Austria. no. 89, p. 74-76, Camera Austria, Graz 2005: Henriette Horny. “Ich wollte das Gefühl sichtbar machen.” Kurier. Vienna: March 23, 2004: Johanna Hofleitner. “Bilder einer Erinnerung.” Die Presse. Vienna: March 31, 2004: Sally Stein. “Seiichi Furuya: Last Trip to Venice.” Camera Austria. Camera Austria, Graz 2003: Christine Frisinghelli. BLINK. p. 88-91, PHAIDON, London 2002: “Monochro Museum: Mémoires 2002.” Phat Photo. vol.8, p. 78-83, CMS Corporation, Tokyo 2002: Michiko Kasahara. Shyasin,Jidaini kousurumono. p. 111-112, 264-268, Seikyusha, Tokyo 2002: Andrea Domesle. “Langzeitporträt im Privaten.” EIKON. no. 39/40, p. 7-9, ÖIP, Vienna 2002: Angelika Affentranger-Kirchrath. “Photographien vor Leben und Tod.” Neue Züricher Zeitung, Zürich: Jan. 25, 2001: F.L. “Festgehaltene Liebe:Bilder einer langen Abschieds.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, p. 47, Feb. 24, 2001: “Photography Book named Mémoires.” Shasinsyu wo yomu 2 (Reading Photography Books 2). p. 87-93, Metalogue, Tokyo 2000: Synagoge Graz. Building Construction Department, Graz 2000: Shinya Fujiwara. “Christine Furuya-Gössler, 1978-1985.” Mappouganzou. Asahi Shinbun, Tokyo 2000: Kohtaro Iizawa. “Gendaisyasin no kiseki: kioku no bohimei – Seiichi Furuya.” (History of modern Photography: Epitaph of memory -Seiichi Furuya). PHOTO WAVE, no. 1, p. 26-29, Minolta co. ltd., Tokyo 1998: Kohtaro Iizawa. “Remembering Christine.” LOOK JAPAN, no.502, p. 20-21, Tokyo 1998: Kousei Miya. “Mémoires.” Shasin no kai kaihou, no. 40, Tokyo 1998: Tetsu Honda. Shasin no kai kaihou, no. 40, Tokyo 1998: Branka Slijepčević. “Seiichi Furuya-Memory harmonies.” photographic diaries. p. 38-41, 92-113, Zagreb 1998: Akihito Yasumi. “Christine Furuya-Gössler, Mémoires 1978-1985.” reviews & critiques. Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., Tokyo 1997: Grace Glueck. “Seiichi Furuya, Mémoires.” The New York Times. Dec. 5, 1997: Matthias Lange. “Tief im Schicksal.” PAKT. no.8, p.22-23, 1996: Frits Gierstberg. “Mémoires 1995.” Camera Austria. no.55, p.75-77, Camera Austria, Graz 1996: SURFACE: Contemporary Photographic Practice. London 1996: Kohtaro Iizawa. “Shasinsyu no kairaku: Seiichi Furuya, Mémoires 1995” (Pleasures of photographic books). Asahi Camera. no. 5, p. 138-142, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo 1996: Christine Frisinghelli. “Vertreiben-Flüchten.” Camera Austria. no.50, p.49-68, Camera Austria, Graz 1995: Johanna Hofleitner. “Seiichi Furuya Mémoires 1995.” EIKON. p. 117-118, ÖIP, Vienna 1995: Tsutomu Mizusawa. “The Sickle of Time: Seiichi Furuya Mémoires 1995.” déjà-vu, no.20, foto-planete, Tokyo 1995: “Vertreiben-Flüchten” (“Expulsion-Flight”). dejá-vu, no. 17, cover, p. 4-52, poto-planete, Tokyo 1994: Kohtaro Iizawa. “Mémoires.” Syasinhyogen no genzai (Current Status of Photographic Expression). p.40-45, Tokyo Collage of Photography, Tokyo 1994: NHK Ningendaigaku. NHK publishing, Tokyo 1994: “Expulsion-Flight.” Taiyo. (The Sun). no. 394, p.159-168, Heibonsha, Tokyo 1994: Kazuo Nishii. “Photography on war photography and war.” Housou Bunnka. NHK publishing, Tokyo 1994: hysteric. no. 3, Hysteric, Tokyo 1992: Aomi Okabe. “’90s”. hiroba, Osaka 1992: Toshiharu Ito. “Japanese Photography after 1960.” Nippon Camera. no. 368, p. 145-152, Tokyo 1991: Toshiharu Ito. “On Photography: Kyokai no kioku” (Memory of the Border). Taiyo (The Sun). no. 9, p. 145-152, Heibonsha, Tokyo 1991: “travel documents”. déjà-vu. no. 3, p. 32-49, photo-planete, Tokyo 1991: Hripsimé Visser. “Repositioning Documentary: Mémoires.” PERSPEKTIF. no. 41, p. 22-27, Perspektif, Rotterdam 1991: Christine Frisinghelli. “Mémoires.” Camera Austria. no. 31/32, p. 56-59, Camera Austria, Graz 1990: Hripsimé Visser. “Mémoires.” PERSPEKTIF. no. 38, p.79-80, Perspektif, Rotterdam 1990: Bau Art. p. 142-145, Magistrat Linz, Linz 1990: Kazuo Nishii. “Mémoires.” Shasin no kai kaihou, no. 38, p. 79-80, Tokyo 1990: Christine Frisinghelli. “Rache der Erinnerung (The Revenge of Recollection): Die Reise.” Camera Austria. no. 29, p.15-16, Camera Austria, Graz 1989: Kazuo Nishii. “Mémoires 1978-1985.” Photographic Society Bulletin. Tokyo 1989: “Über-Lebens-Energie.” Camera Austria. no. 28, cover, p. 28-29, Camera Austria, Graz 1988: Peter Weiermair. “AMS.” Camera Austria. no. 6, p. 10-13, Camera Austria, Graz 1983: “AMS: Amsterdam.” Shashin souchi. no. 5, p. 7-22, Gendaisyokan, Tokyo 1982: “Amsterdam.” Nippon Camera. no. 6, p. 75-80, Nippon Camera, Tokyo 1981: Rüdiger Wischenbart. “Neue Fotografie aus Österreich.” Camera Austria. Camera Austria, Graz 1981: Europaische Fotografen, Teil 1. ”Camera Austria. No. 8, p. 75-80, Camera Austria, Graz 1980: “Christine.” Nippon Camera. Nippon Camera, Tokyo 1980: Peter Turner. “Portraits von Christine.” Camera Austria. no. 1, cover, p. 2-11, Camera Austria, Graz 1980: “Promenade.” Nippon Camera. no. 2, p. 101-106, Nippon Camera, Tokyo 1979: Nueva Lente Fotografia. no. 60, p. 52-59, Madrid 1977

 
Mexico City 2001