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img Hermann Landshoff : A Retrospective at The Münchner Stadtmuseum

In the spring of 2012, the Münchner Stadtmuseum’s Photography Collection received a sensational addition to its archives. The complete artistic estate of German-American photographer Hermann Landshoff (1905-1986), featuring 3,600 original prints from between 1927 to 1970, were generously donated to the museum on behalf of the family by Andreas Landshoff.

Landshoff grew up in Munich-Solln as the son of a well-to-do Jewish family that was very much involved in the city&...

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img Bailey « 70s Polaroids » at the Galerie Daniel Blau

BAILEY
« 70s Polaroids » at the Galerie Daniel Blau

Opening: Thursday, March 6, 5 – 8pm
Exhibition: March 7 – May 3, 2014

 


« The best thing about Polaroid is to use it for porn, because you don’t have
to take it to the chemist! »

Bailey, Jan. 16, 2014


In the first of three exhibitions exploring the work of British artist David Bailey, we are...

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img The Münchner Stadtmuseum presents a retrospective of Harry Callahan

Harry Callahan (1912-1999) is regarded as one of the most innovative and influential American photographers of the 20th century.

By amplifying the abstract tendencies of the ‘New Vision’ in a lyrical mode, he was able to overcome the prevailing realist aesthetic in photography. The New York Museum of Modern Art honoured Callahan’s photographic oeuvre with no fewer than 38 exhibitions between 1946 and 1997. Together with the painter Richard Diebenkorn, Cal...

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img Jan C. Schlegel presents « FACES »

In summer 2013 Bernheimer Fine Art Photography presents the exhibition Jan C. Schlegel: Faces in its gallery rooms on Brienner Str. 7 in Munich. This is the first solo exhibition of the photographer in the Bernheimer gallery.

The pictures shown in the exhibition bear witness of the special encounters of the photographer with unique people on his trips through Africa and Asia. Since 1998 Jan C. Schlegel regularly travels to remote places, which are secluded from the tourism...

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img Margaret Bourke-White presents « Moments in History 1930-1946 »

She was the first woman to photograph the steel mills; the first to belong to the team of photographers for Fortune and Life Magazines; the first foreigner to photograph the Soviet Union in 1930; the first female photographer to work for the U.S. Air force ( the first uniform for a female war correspondent was designed for her); the only foreign photographer present in Moscow when the first German bombs fell on the city on July 19, 1941, right after the war bet...

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img Galerie f5,6 is happy to present the first solo exhibition of photographer Anne Schwalbe in Germany.

Handmade prints from the series Blindschleiche und Riesenblatt (Slowworm and giant leaf), Wiese (Meadow) and Vulkan oder Stein (Volcano or Stone) will be on display at f5,6 from May 11 to August 27.

„Volcano or Stone is a series about stones. More or less. It also is a series about the sky and the earth, rivers and lakes. But actually it is about silence, voids and slowness.“ That is how Anne Schwalbe describes her most recent serie...

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img « The Spirit of Women », à la Clair Galerie

The Spirit of Women
 Lilian Birnbaum » Chien Chi Chang » Gundula Friese » Erich Hartmann » Tomasz Lazar » Adriana Lestido » Lee Miller » Inge Morath » David (Chim) Seymour » Patrick Zachmann »
 

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img Young Photographers' Competition, for photographers under 30

Daniel Blau is pleased to announce the gallery’s first annual Young Photographers’ Competition for photographers under the age of 30. Five winning photographers will be selected to participate in a group exhibition organised and publicised by Daniel Blau gallery. This is a unique opportunity for emerging artists to gain recognition through an internationally renowned gallery.

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img Bernheimer Fine Art Photography presents «Antartica: a million faces of ice»

On display will be a collection of around 20 large format photographs by Sebastian Copeland, most of them exhibited for the first time. This is the most comprehensive collection of Sebastian Copeland’s photographic work on ice, comprising ten year’s worth of expeditions across the most distant and forbidding regions on earth. It offers a unique glimpse into this other world, right here on Earth.

 


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img Imogen Cunningham at the Kunstfoyer der Versicherungskammer Bayern

Throughout her life, Imogen Cunningham embraced the development of photography and the liveliness of the changing times she lived in (1883–1976). The San Francisco based artist chose at an early age to become a photographer and a working woman outside of the home: for her generation two unusual choices. Known for her versatility of subjects and finding beauty in the commonest things, Cunningham photographed the life around her, her family, nature, still-l...

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img "Tatort" of Anja Jensen at the Galerie f 5,6

Anja Jensen (1967) considers the main characteristic of her work to be the deep connection of the photograph and the place of its origin. Exploring local environments and experiencing their rules and terms, regarding society, history and individual stories, constitutes the basis of her photography and installation projects. Her goal is to uncover every single facet of places by using locals, their story and connection to a specific spot.


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img ART PARIS ART FAIR fait entrer la Russie au Grand Palais

Du 28 mars au 1er avril 2013, ART PARIS ART FAIR accueille 140 galeries de 21 pays sous la nef du Grand Palais. Rendez-vous printanier pour l’art moderne et contemporain, ART PARIS ART FAIR affirme son identité singulière de foire européenne orientée vers la promotion des scènes de l’Est (Europe Centrale et Orientale, Moyen-Orient et Asie) et met pour la première fois un pays à l’honneur en invitant la Russie.

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img CLAIR Galerie presents CHIM rediscovered / CHIM retrouvé of David Seymour



Clair Galerie, Saint-Paul de Vence will show - as a counterpart to the retrospective offered by ICP/New York - a selection of vintage photographs by David Seymour-CHIM from December 22, 2012 until January 11, 2013.

David Seymour, better known under CHIM, is a legend amongst photographers. Born in Warsaw in 1911 into a Jewish family of publishers, CHIM was still called David Szymin. At the time he wanted to become a piano playe...

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img Hiroshi Watanabe presents « Time Travels » at the Micheko Galerie

Hiroshi Watanabe
Time Travels

Hiroshi Watanabe’s photographs were taken on his extensive travels through Japan, the United States of America, South America, Asia and Europe.

Micheko Gallery presents "Time Travels", a cross section of his B/W-photographs. Timelessness is what connects Watanabe’s photographic work. The viewer cannot easily put a time on his images. These photographs convey an ageless...

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img « Germany in early photographs 1840-1890 » from the Siegert Collection at the Müncher Stadtmuseum

The Münchner Stadtmuseum is to stage an exhibition entitled ‘From Biedermeier to the Wilhelminian era. Germany in early photographs 1840-1890 from the Siegert Collection’, compiled of a selection of 250 original photographs from the Dietmar Siegert private collection, Munich.

This is the first broad-based exhibition of photographs chronicling the early decades of this medium. The private collection exhibited by the museum has b...

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img Horst P. Horst presents « Icons of fashion and beauty » at the Bernheimer Gallery

This is the second exhibition Bernheimer Fine Art Photography has mounted in cooperation with the Horst Estate, Miami/Florida. The exhibition title Horst P. Horst: Icons of Fashion and Beauty reveals, that the main focus is on fashion, portrait and nude photography. Some 35 photographs will be shown, which Horst shot over 50 years.
In the six decades of his artistic career Horst P. Horst rose to become one of the most important forerunners in fashion an...

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img The Prix Pictet Power Tour begins in Munich

The Prix Pictet Power tour begins in Munich in late October 2012 with an exhibition at Bernheimer Fine Art Photography from 24 October – 9 November. This will be the first time that the Prix Pictet has visited the city.

The theme of the fourth cycle of the Prix Pictet is Power which as a theme has great creative reach. Power embraces contradiction and paradox in equal measure. The same forces that result in disaster and despair can also gene...

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img « Revolution » of Hiroshi Sugimoto at Brandhorst Museum

Hiroshi Sugimoto is one of the best-known photographic artists of our time. His celebrated international reputation is based on his photography, although in recent years he has become engaged with other genres: architecture, furniture, objects, and fashion all play an increasingly important role in his work. It is primarily his photography however, that important museums from all over the world have collected and displayed.

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img CLAIR Gallery presents « Shuteye » by Oliver Mark

Stanley Kubrick called his last film EYES WIDE SHUT (1999) a game of deception between illusion and reality, a sort of mantling and dismantling based on Schnitzler's "Dream Story". Similarly, the German photographer Oliver Mark (born in 1963 in Gelsenkirchen) plays with masquerade and dreams in his images creating an impressive closeness to the people portrayed. Stars like Cate Blanchett, Mia Farrow and Will Smith are staging dreams in front of M...

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img Haute Couture «The polaroids of Cathleen Naundorf»

For this year’s summer exhibition Bernheimer Fine Art Photography will be showing Haute Couture – The Polaroids of Cathleen Naundorf at their gallery in Briennerstrasse 7, Munich.

On display will be a collection of about 40 Polaroid photographs, most of them exhibited here for the first time.

Cathleen Naundorf’s photographs feature unique haute couture designs by leading fashion designers such as Chanel, Dior,...

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img Tomohide Ikeya expose « Breath, Moon »

Micheko is delighted to present new works by fine art photographer Tomohide IKEYA. The Japanese artist has continued to work very hard since his very successful exhibition at Micheko Gallery in the summer of 2010 and has now added stunning new photographs to his series « Breath » and « Moon ».

Ikeya cultivates his passion for the sea and scuba diving. His personal photo projects are all connected to the (under)water worl...

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img Floris Neusüss expose « Dream Images » au Münchner Stadtmuseum

Since the late 1950s, Floris Neusüss (born 1937 in Lennep) has explored photography’s potential beyond its simple portrayal of the world around us. His photos achieve their impact thanks to the tension between the candor of the camera and the potential for surrealist interpretation. Neusüss blends keen consciousness of the technical and historical constraints of photography with a lyrical, even a dreamlike, eye.

Past exhibitions...

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img In the seven year itch, les plus belles oeuvres de la galerie Bernheimer Fine art Photography

Since 2005, Bernheimer has run a regular program of photography exhibitions. Under the leadership of Blanca Bernheimer the gallery has steadily grown over the last six years and today it is known as one of the leading photography galleries in Germany.

 

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img Toshio Enomoto et son Kagirohi à la Micheko Galerie

Toshio Enomoto exposes the Japanese Soul in his photographs

Toshio Enomoto, born 1947 in Tokyo, belongs to the generation of Japanese after-WWII-photographers such as Shomei Tomatsu or Imei Suda, just to mention two of the most prominent representatives.

We would stretch this blog a bit too much if we would write extensively about Enomoto’s complete photographic oeuvre so far, so we will concentrate...

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img Petr Lovigin expose sa "Planet Lovigin" à CLAIR Galerie

« In "Planet Lovigin" the artist takes the reader along in a fairy-tale road trip through his Russian homeland and the Caucasus region.

The pictures frequently sport the artist’s handwritten commentaries, or he furnishes them with ornaments.

Lovigin travels the planet, casting his ironic gaze on things and people, overdrawing a clich&eac...

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img Olaf Otto Becker, Michael Lange et Richard Rothman présentent leur "Forest" à la Galerie f5,6

The forest – landscape of peculiar significance to mankind. Albeit that there are not many historical forests left in germany and it is long since the dying of the primeval forest has entered public discussion, but the forest as imaginary place has not lost its importance. Many cultures myths and tales root in their national forests and it might be that fact especially that makes the forests so interwoven with our day to day realities. Today, maybe more t...

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img Hommage to Eve Arnold

This spring the Kunstfoyer der Versicherungskammer Bayern pays homage to the grand dame of photography with a retrospective exhibition that is also Eve Arnold’s first exhibition in Germany. It will showcase her reportages such as New York by Night, Harlem Fashion Show (1950), The First Five Minutes of a Baby‘s Life, Voodoo in Haiti, Malcolm X, and Vogue Fashion Show (1977); as well as her travel ...

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img La mystérieuse Venise, par Christopher Thomas


This February and March 2012 Bernheimer Fine Art Photography is presenting an exhibition of photographs of Venice by Christopher Thomas entitled Venice - In Solitude. Photographs by Christopher Thomas at the Gallery in Brienner Strasse, Munich. 

The exhibition will comprise a selection of over forty photographs by the Munich-based photographer Christopher Thomas, celebrated for his City Portraits: New York Sleeps (2009...

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img Early color, perspectives of color photography

We are presenting, for the first time in this combination, works by renowned photographers Saul Leiter (*1923 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), Evelyn Hofer (*1922 Marburg a. d. Lahn - †2009 Mexico City) and Raghubir Singh (*1942 Jaipur, Indien - †1999 New York, USA). On display will be three early positions and perspectives of color photography – an american, european and indian view of the world united by the combined efforts for early color phot...

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img Leonard Freed exposé à Munich

Leonard Freed était un photo journaliste et membre de Magnum depuis bien longtemps. Il voulait devenir peintre, mais commença à prendre des photographies en Hollande et découvrit une nouvelle passion. Il voyagea en Europe et en Afrique avant de retourner aux Etats-Unis où il intégra la New Shool et étudia avec Alexey Brodovitch, le directeur artistique de Harper's Bazaar. En 1958, il déménagea &...

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img Industrial Times : Photographs 1845-2010, at the Munich State Museum

Industrial Era. Photographs 1845–2010 - Exhibition at the Münchner Stadtmuseum / Photography Collection

The exhibition Industrial Era traces the development of industrial photography from its origins to the present. 200 original photographs from the extensive photography and graphics/paintings collections of the Münchner Stadtmuseum are presented for the first time ever. The exhibition is supplemented with loans from pr...

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img La perception du temps selon Olaf Otto Becker

«Pour moi, prendre une photo est une volonté de comprendre pleinement le sujet. Comprendre la réalité qui se ressent dans le paysage.» Olaf Otto Becker, 2011.

A nouveau, les travaux d'Olaf Otto Becker en Island durant l'été 2010 et l'été 2011 formèrent une quête dédicacé à la recherche des traces du temps. Le travail de ses visite...

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img Daniel Blau présente une sélection d'images hantées

Une exposition de photographies vintage, anonymes, vernaculaires et fantômatiques, et d'images de Fratelli Alinari, Cecil Beaton, René Barthélemy, Paul Berthier, Emil Cadoo, Louis Joseph Deflube, Arthur Conan Doyle, JH Engstrom, Walker Evans, Jean-Baptiste Frenet, Michael Grieve, Bill Jacobsen, Fritz Lang, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Charles Marville, Tina Modotti, Floris Neusüss, Arnold Newman, Diane Pernet, Leni Riefenstahl, He...

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img Max Regenberg - Come To Where, Galerie f5,6

With COME TO WHERE Galerie f 5,6 is presenting an insight to the photographic work of Max Regenberg (*1951, Bremerhaven). We will also be able to host the premiere of the artist book of the same title that comprises 46 black and white works from 1978 to 1984.

COME TO WHERE is the examination of an in the meantime almost historical occurence – poster advertisements for cigarettes. Succumbing to EU guidelines, the med...

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img Mirella Ricciardi - Vanishing Africa

Bernheimer Fine Art Photography is proud to announce the exhibition Vanishing Africa.

The Kenya born artist Mirella Ricciardi has travelled for over forty years around Africa to record her home, country and its people. The result of her journey is reflected in the unique photographs which form the basis of the bestselling book Vanishing Africa (1971). Vanishing Africa was the prototype for the so-called 'coff...

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img Eikoh Hosoe at Clair Munich

For over fifty years, internationally acclaimed photographer Eikoh Hosoe has been producing cutting edge works demonstrating a unique mastery of the photographic medium. Early on in his career he abandoned the documentary style prevalent in the post-war years and produced work that breathed a sense of experimentation and freedom into photography. By calling on mythology, metaphor and symbolism his images broke the bounds of traditional photography. Hosoe develo...

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img Donata Wenders - Contemplation, at f5,6 Munich

„...there are moments when the world that we were just occupied with, suddenly fades. We enter a clearing whose boundaries we cannot see and where a different time prevails. Seconds become an eternity. Just as a scent can take us back to our childhood in a heartbeat, all of a sudden we sense again who we are, what the essence of our being is and what truly matters.“ Donata Wenders, in Islands of Silence
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img Bernd and Hilla Becher - Mines and Mills

For nearly five decades the photographer team of Bernd and Hilla Becher were working on an extensive global inventory of industrial architecture. They documented factory buildings, gas storage tanks, power distributors, shaft towers, and steel furnaces that are not part of the canon of art history but rather anonymous, functional architecture abandoned and fallen into disrepair as a result of urbanistic or economic development. Their constructs were soon recogn...

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img Rückblick: A Reminiscence In 19th Century - Galerie Daniel Blau

La galerie Daniel Blau à Londres présente une exposition sur la photographie du 19ème Siècle.

« We are only beginnig to assess early photography's profound impact on the Victorian view of the world and to describe its locus in art historical contexte. » Robert Hershkowitz, The British Photographer Abroad, 1980.

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img Industrial Times - Photographs 1845-2010 - Münchner Stadtmuseum

The exhibition Industrial Era traces the development of industrial photography from its origins to the present. 200 original photographs from the extensive photography and graphics/paintings collections of the Münchner Stadtmuseum are presented for the first time ever. The exhibition is supplemented with loans from private collections in Munich and Vienna as well as a selection of the most beautiful and interesting anthologies on industrial photog...

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img Veronica Bailey - Modern Myths

Bernheimer Fine Art Photography is proud to announce an exhibition of Photographs by the English artist Veronica Bailey.

Modern Myths is Veronica Bailey’s latest body of work and again it is a meditative exercise focusing upon traditional yet increasingly threatened forms of human communication and knowledge dissemination. Where 2 Willow Road and Hours of Devotion took the book and Postscr...

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img DLD Conference - Public Panels

DLD Conference - Public Panels

Browsing his latest publication "The Digital Wunderkammer - 10 Chapters on the Iconic Turn" publisher Hubert Burda, in conversation with Yale computer scientist David Gelernter, addresses our changing perception and the altering weight of images and visual information in the Digital Age. How did the traditional concept of meaning of an image change through the ages and what has changed today in view of such an increase of digital images? ...

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img Anni Leppälä - Barbara Gross Galerie
In our first exhibition of Finnish artist Anni Leppälä, we are showing an installation of photographic works. Her way of integrating chronologically divergent images and combining different, mainly small formats is typical for the artist. Anni Leppälä, born in Helsinki in 1981, was awarded last year’s Finnish Young Artist of the Year art prize. Her works feature mostly young women or northern landscapes. Her pictures capture the special qualit...

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img FOUR DECADES - Jeanloup Sieff

It features a selection of around forty photographs from four decades by the great French photographer Jeanloup Sieff. This unique selection of photographs offers a look at the themes of fashion, portrait, and nude photography from the 1960s to the late 1990s. It includes both vintage prints and later prints made during the photographer’s lifetime and authorized by him.
The curator, Ira Stehmann, in collaboration with Barbara Sieff and in consultation with Blanca Bernheimer selec...

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img ‹abstract› Galerie f5,6, Munich

The exhibition ‹abstract› as the definition most simply states is quite simply an „abstract“ and concurrently a small exploration into the possibilites of abstract photography now. Since 2003 abstract photography has been a central and recurring theme of the gallery programme. Next to three artists the gallery has worked with since 2003 - Antonio Azuaga (Spain), Richard Caldicott (Great Britain) and John Goto (Great Britain), we have invited Edward Mapplethorpe (USA)...

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img Roger Ballen - Photography 1969 - 2009

As early as the 1960’s, Roger Ballen became acquainted with the names of well-known photographers like André Kertész, Bruce Davidson and Henri Cartier-Bresson through his mother Adrienne who was working for the New York branch of the Magnum photo agency at the time. He did, however, initially study psychology at the University of Berkley in California. In 1973, he set out on a journey around the world that would last several years. His photographs from that time period wer...

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img Brian Ulrich - Stores, Dead Malls & Ghost Boxes

"The vitality of our economy depends upon the willingness of Americans to spend". (George W. Bush 26th October 2001) Gallery f5.6 is proud to announce Brian Ulrich's first solo exhibition in Europe. Brian Ulrich (b. 1971, NY) received the Guggenheim fellowship in 2009 for his ongoing project examining Consumer Culture in the United States. On show are Ulrich's large-scale recent colour works and a sculpture from his most recent series of derelict shopping malls "Dark St...

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img Time Works

We are pleased to announce a solo show by Michael Wesely (*1963) at our new gallery space at Steinheilstrasse 18 in Munich.

“In recent years, it has been possible to discern an attitude in the way Michael Wesely sees himself that would suggest a specific attempt on his part to implement his artistic ideas in a more concentrated and intensive manner. We are not talking about a change in strategy here, rather a considered artistic reorientation in connection with a criticall...

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img Photographs 1958 until today - Guido Mangold

This exhibition presents approximately 80 images by Munich resident Guido Mangold, one of Germany’s most renowned post-1945 landscape and magazine photographers. After initially training as a pastry chef, Mangold studied photography from 1957-59 under Otto Steinert at Werkkunstschule Saarbrücken and Folkwang Schule Essen. He then went on to perform assignments for the magazines and periodicals Quick, twen, Jasmin and GEO. The exhibits include earlier industrial landscapes<...

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img From Konrad A. to Jackie O., Pictures from Germany, China and the USA - Max Scheler

The approximately 140 items showcased in the exhibition 'Max Scheler – From Konrad A. to Jackie O. – Pictures from Germany, China, and the USA' represent the first large cross-section of the works of this prominent photojournalist.

Max Scheler
  was a post-war photographer of international renown, a junior member of the MAGNUM agency and, since 1959, one of the premier photo contributors to the magazine Stern. In 1975, after retiring from his ca...

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