L'Insensé BERLIN & COPourquoi ? Quelle est la capitale européenne qui connaît aujourd’hui une prodigieuse effervescence artistique ? Berlin.
Quel est le pays qui a le plus d’écoles de photographie prestigieuses dans le monde ? l’Allemagne.
Quel est le magazine qui, chaque année, fait un état des lieux d’un pays à travers sa culture photographique ? L’Insensé Photo.
Vous l’aurez bien sûr deviné, le numéro de L’Insensé Photo, à paraître le 29 septembre 2009, est un spécial : « Berlin & Co, les photographes allemands ».
Comment ? Effectivement, il n’y a pas plus riche en photographie que cette culture si exigeante, au passé conceptuel et à l’avenir ouvert. 50 photo...
99 recettes photo de Bernard JolivaltDécouvrez la technique photo par la pratique, trouvez des solutions à de classiques difficultés techniques, favorisez votre créativité pour produire des photos plus intéressantes....
Tobias Zielony - Story, No StoryTobias Zielony's photographs capture instances of open and latent violence, with particular emphasis on present-day youth culture. Zielony here presents a collection of portraits of street and prison gangs with Native American roots.
# Hardcover: 128 pages
# Publisher: Hatje Cantz (September 30, 2009)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 377572284X
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The Contemporary German Photography at the Thomas Erben GalleryPress release -
Thomas Erben Gallery is pleased to present Photography Out of Germany, a group exhibition of photographers who engage and expand the practice of contemporary German photography. The exhibition considers how photographic production in Germany has evolved, expanding past its identifications with the Becher school, Minimalism, and Conceptual Art. While photographers continue to employ these aesthetics and formal tropes – seriality and the index, for example – the turn towards performance, humor, process, and an integration of multiple media is producing invigorating works that challenge the conventional associations of “German Photography.” The exhibition explores some of the recent practitioners whose work has grown out of this dynamic, historically-rich context.
Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016 is now open and takes over our two top floor galleries.
On the second floor there's Double Take: Drawing and Photography while Print Sales Gallery has Stephen Gill's myeyefellout with works from six iconic series and our Media Wall features works by Jesse McLean, Nicholas O'Brien and the Scandinavian Institute of Computational Vandalism in CONTOURS.
© Erik Kessels
Courtesy of the artist
For a different perspective on the exhibitions read the new publication Loose Associations available from the Bookshop.
© Tobias Zielony
Courtesy of KOW Berlin, Lia Rumma, Naples and the artist
Young people Exhibition at the Fotomuseum Winerthur
Growing up is a time of self-searching. Who am I and who do I want to be? It is a time of trying to ground oneself in the world and build a relationship with one’s own persona. Each individual must personally undergo the experience of transition from a protected childhood into a social system of relationships and responsibility, finding one’s role in group dynamics, identifying, and testing possibilities and boundaries. Artistic photography has repeatedly examined this phase of life, from at least two different perspectives. One is the viewpoint of actual experience – a young adult who shares the lives of the protagonists with whom he or she is involved. Then there is the adult perspective on the phenomena of youth, which takes a different form of expression due to a certain distance and life experie...
Deutsche Börse Group "Talents 2007" Tobias Zielony | Wolfram Hahn | Marion Poussier | Frank HöhleTalents 2007
From 26 April to 8 June 2008, Deutsche Börse presents a special exhibition of the four artists of the "Talents" program 2007.
Deutsche Börse Group has supported the "Talents" program for young artists, initiated by C/O Berlin Patrons e.V., as a founding partner since its beginnings and has also been on the jury since 2007. "Talents" provides an experimental space for young international contemporary photography and art criticism. Each year, four photographers are invited to exhibit their work with regard to a common theme. In 2007, the "Talents" exhibition series is themed "Portraits. People in Photographs". Each artist shows in representative work series his perspective on human beings as physical individuals as well as social beings. The exh...