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.
Plexiglas is statically charged through friction (peeling off the protective foil / cleansing). This attracts other materials such as dusts, loose pigments from a painting or even thin works of paper.
New magnetic frame wins international premium award for excellent product design at the German Design Award 2016.
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.
Take a Distance D20 magnetic frame, a foam sheet, a creative idea, glass particles and there you have it, a mosaic by Meersburg artist Edelgard Brecht.
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.
For the Hofmatt old age and nursing home we produced an individual series of solid wood magnetic frames to special specifications and the designs of Neeser & Müller from Basel.
Augustiner Museum Freiburg features a superb selection of some 150 nineteenth-century drawings from its own collection.
Four generations of the Fäßler family have documented their story in a rather unusual picture book, from trips to the farm in years gone by today's five-star spa resort.
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.
"Can't you arrange your pictures on the wall properly? It looks so chaotic!" – You can, but take a closer look and you'll notice that the chaos is intentional.
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.
What happens to photographs in Halbe Protect magnetic frames when they travel 18,353 km through various levels of humidity?
Exclusively for the Federal Republic of Germany James Rizzi created four stamp motifs in his characteristic style. It was the first time that a renowned international artist was commissioned with the design of German postal stamps.
In cooperation with the Haus der Geschichte in Bonn, German photographer Günter Zint, who likes to call himself an applied photographer, developed the exhibition "Wilde Zeiten" (Wild times).
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