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Moritz Neumüller

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Moritz Neumüller, Ph.D. (b. Linz, Austria, 1972) has worked in research and management positions for international institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, La Fábrica in Madrid and PhotoIreland, in Dublin. He currently directs the Photography Department of IED Madrid and is chief curator of the Photobookweek Aarhus, Denmark. In 2010, he founded The Curator Ship, an online platform for the arts. Recent projects include the exhibition Photobook Phenomenon at CCCB Barcelona.

Biography

Moritz Neumüller, Ph.D. (b. Linz, Austria, 1972) has worked in research and management positions for international institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, La Fábrica in Madrid and PhotoIreland, in Dublin. He currently directs the Photography Department of IED Madrid and is chief curator of the Photobookweek Aarhus, Denmark. Recent curatorial projects include the exhibition Photobook Phenomenon at CCCB Barcelona and The Routledge Companion to Photography and Visual Culture, published by Taylor & Francis in 2018.
In 2009, he founded ArteConTacto, with the mission to make museums open to all audiences. In 2016, ArteConTacto was invited to join the EU-project ARCHES, in collaboration with institutions such as the KHM Vienna, the V&A London and the Thyssen Museum in Madrid. Neumüller is also the Communication Manager of this project, which runs until 2019.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Selected Bibliography of the last 5 years

    On Migration, Festival Catalogue PhotoIreland, Dublin 2012
    Reichinger, A., Neumüller, M., Rist, F., Maierhofer, S., and Purgathofer, W. (2012). ‘Computer-Aided Design of Tactile Models. Taxonomy and Case Studies’, in: Computers Helping People with Special Needs, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 7383, p. 497-504
    Private Faces Public, Exhibition Catalogue, PHotoEspaña, Madrid 2013
    Migration kuratieren, in: Burcu Dogramaci (Ed.) Migration und künstlerische Produktion, 2013, 219-228
    From Stereoscopy to Tactile Photography (with A. Reichinger), in: PhotoResearcher 19, April 2013, 59-63
    3D Printing in Museums, in: MuseumNext Conference Proceedings, Amsterdam, May 2013
    Unmanned Photography, in: European Photography Magazine, June 2013
    Conversation with Lukas Wassmann, in: FOAM Magazine, September 2014
    Kathy Granan’s The ninety and the nine, in: The Photobook Review, Oct 2014
    Moritz Neumüller (ed.), Photobook Phenomenon, Barcelona, 2017
    Moritz Neumüller (ed.), The Routledge Guide to Photography and Visual Culture, Taylor & Francis, 2018


Personal Interests

    Filmography includes
    The Other Side of the Soul (Cuba/Austria, 2002), a 20 min. film, shown at the International Black Film Festival in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Vienna and Ljubljana, and deutsch sein kunstsprach (Austria, 2005), a 52 min. documentary film on the (un )translatability of Ernst Jandl's poetry, for the Austrian Broadcasting Company and selected for the Rose d’Or Festival (Lucerne) in 2006.

Websites

Books

Featured Title
 Featured Title - Neumuller, Companion Photography Visual Culture - 1st Edition book cover

News

The Curator Ship helps you steer safely through the Crisis

By: Moritz Neumüller
Subjects: Applied Arts & Music, Art & Visual Culture, Media and Cultural Studies, Media, Journalism and Communications, Photography

The Curator Ship is a collection of useful articles and materials on contemporary photography and visual arts. It is a personal and subjective choice of the editors. As the project is open for collaboration to everyone, we encourage you to contribute information that you find useful!

Photobook Week Aarhus Save the Date: 1-4 Oct. 2020

By: Moritz Neumüller
Subjects: Applied Arts & Music, Art & Visual Culture, Media and Cultural Studies, Media, Journalism and Communications, Photography

The next Photobook Week in Aarhus, Denmark, will be from 1 – 4 of October 2020, with the theme Seriality, Multiplicity and Repetition. As in previous years, the theme will refer both to the book medium, in a wide sense, and to questions of art and architectural theory. Again, we will invite photobook experts, artists, curators and book lovers from around the globe to discuss, to show, to look, to smell, feel, and enjoy both historic and new publications.