Leica has opened another Leica Store with gallery in Stuttgart. The opening will feature an exhibition to mark the eightieth birthday of photographer Herlinde Koelbl.
This year the legendary New York rap group of the Wu Tang Clan celebrates the 26th anniversary of their first album. Now, a new exhibition by Absolut Art showed established and emerging contemporary artists who have been influenced by Wu Tang in their artistic career.
The artist Judith Clara, born in Saarbrücken, Germany, creates works of art from a single line with her One Line Art. Until 20 December she will be exhibiting her works under the title "Strichmädchen" at the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz. The main theme in her works is the woman as a unique and fascinating creature.
Within the exhibition series " Heroes of Hamburg" the portrait photographer Walter Schels presents his works on the subject "LIFE", in which he tries to answer the question what actually constitutes a human being. The exhibition can be visited until the 3rd of October in the Haus der Photographie/Deichtorhallen Hamburg.
This year Berlin and Beijing celebrated the 25th anniversary of their city partnership. On this occasion, the exhibition "Stories from China" took place, in which eight photographers from China and Germany presented their works, which showed different perspectives on China.
In recent years, the photos of photographer Manfred Koch have been shown at several individual exhibitions in Germany and abroad. In 2014 he was appointed to the German Photographic Association (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photografie). Some of the photos of his recent exhibition can be seen here. His last show in Graz was called "Von anderen Stätten".
The artistic work "Deutschland Reiseatlas 2014/2015, 1:200 000" by Miki Lin is comprised of a total of 106 DIN A3 drawings framed in white Alu Distance magnetic frames. What's interesting is the graphic process of abstraction of the river names but also the way the frames are hung. Close together, side by side and on top of each other the individual frames create a large map of Germany constructed by river names.
The new trade show format SHOW & ORDER features two photos by Berlin photographer Daniel Reiter from his latest exhibition. Framed by Halbe Rahmen the photos are perfectly integrated into the concept of the exhibitors.
A free cultural institute In Innsbruck, Austria, that calls itself "The Bakery"(Die Bäckerei), exhibits ocean pictures by photographer David Steinbacher. They are part of a series of 1200x1200mm ocean pictures aptly presented in timeless, simple Halbe frames.
Under the motto "Museum communicates" 9 speakers talk about their museums and their projects. Besides other exhibitors from the exhibiting and museum technology branches HALBE was one of the leading companies for picture presentation and demonstrated the magnetic frame principle as well as special picture frames for museums – the Conservo and Protect frames.
HALBE Rahmen was at the Photokina Convention 2016 in Cologne, which took place from 20 to 25 September. A photo exhibition titled "Masters of Photography" in hall 1, organized by Leica Camera, featured pictures that were framed by HALBE-Rahmen.
The exhibition The Trinity is running at The Institute at the Holzmarkt in Berlin until 30 October 2016. Founded by Gavin Evans, the current exhibition shows photos by the late David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Nick Cave.
For its current exhibition "Spuren im Licht“ (Traces in the Light) the Kleihues Museum and its visitors go on a quest for works of art that very much allow different perspectives.
With this exhibition the Vitra Design Museum praises one of the most influential textile and interior designers of the 20the century - Alexander Girard. He was a pioneer of postwar US-American design and created furniture and fabrics but also building objects.
This is the title of an exhibition about the pioneer of Pop Art: Robert Rauschenberg. Designed as a circulatory system objects, pictures and furniture move around in the rooms of Villa Empain with special emphasis on the productive force of accidents.
The wether ist cold, the exhibition ist hot and the party much hotter.
Up until 17 April, the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen will present an incredibly diverse and exciting range of works by nine current prizewinners.
The exhibition "The Artist as Photographer. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's photographic work" runs until 1 May at the Kirchner Museum Davos. The primary focus is on the famous Expressionist's glass plate and cellulose negatives from the years 1908-1938.
The photographic series RIVALIS by Stefan Stößel is now on display in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts Leipzig.
A small exhibition of works by J. Konrad Schmidt is currently on display at the Louvre, Paris.
Few people know St. Pauli as well as press photographer Günter Zint. He meanders through the streets of St. Pauli with camera in hand, always searching for a fresh angle, a new image.
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam reopened its freshly renovated Philips Wing with an exhibition entitled Modern Times.
The dry plate or gelatine process is a method which was used in the early days of photography. Snapshots and negatives could be produced more easily in this way.
Augustiner Museum Freiburg features a superb selection of some 150 nineteenth-century drawings from its own collection.
Jewish ritual baths is a touring exhibition which ran from 5 May 2011 – 30 October 2011. The Frankfurt photographer Peter Seidel highlights the architectural intricacies and variety of construction styles used in Jewish ritual baths throughout Europe.
They appear in the glistening light of the burning desert sun: dreams of flying, of endless freedom. In sharp shadows they fall on the dry sand of the Southwestern United States. The erstwhile pioneers of aviation have been decommissioned, forgotten and yet stand in perennial anticipation, magically beautiful in their final parking position.
German photojournalist Kai Wiedenhöfer is one of those photographers who does not avert his gaze, nor has he done so in over twenty years of taking pictures.
Like gallerist Dr Klaus Kleinschmidt the Neue Sammlung München was also convinced of the Protect magnetic frame.
From 2 June – 31 October 2012, in collaboration with the Heligoland Museum, the House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn presented "Wild Times" – a collection of photographs by Günter Zint – as part of the "Islands of Photography" series.