The sketchbook is often a designer's faithful companion, ideas and drafts are visualized in it - and communicated. The sketch reveals what is simmering in the head, spontaneous inspirations are recorded. The essence of the later product is often already revealed in the sketch. And the personality and working method of the designer
With STOPOVER, master's students of photography show the intermediate stages of their artistic development at the Museum Folkwang. The diverse works found their perfect stage in our HALBE magnetic frames.
On 19.10.2020 the exhibition opening of Holger Matthies' "Trias" took place in Hamburg. The poster artist creates completely new narratives and contexts by rearranging the images in triads.
The Freiburg photographer Isabell Steinert accompanies families from pregnancy to birth to the puerperium in a documentary yet artistic style.
At the first Leica "Nature Day", there were exciting lectures and workshops on sports and nature photography. The renowned bike photographer Markus Greber led a workshop and presented a breathtaking shot of the Alps.
Cordula Flegel's photographs of alpine plants provide a special eye-catcher in the new rooms of the Hotel Ameron Neuschwanstein near Lake Alpsee
Photo magazine FineArtPrinter recently published the triptych of photographer Martin Eringer, framed in HALBE magnetic frame. It shows the over 400-year-old stairs in the historic Löpsinger Gate in a new light.
The Museum Project thanks the National Museum of History and Art (MNHA) Luxembourg with a generous donation of contemporary photographies. A special exhibition displays a selection of these artworks and is now free to visit.
IBGosch in Kiel, Germany, offers fineArt prints and framing in exhibition quality for artists and art lovers. They are one of our HALBE premium partners.
f³ displays a selection of works from this year's LUMIX Festival edition for yong photojournalism from August 14 to September 27. It addresses struggles for freedom, discrimination, emancipation, climate changes and more.
During a period of 8 years, the photographer Véronique Kolber travelled several times to the "States". This resulted in her AMERICAN DIORAMA , a very personal photo series inspired by Eggleston and Shore about her travels and everyday life in America. Inspired by films and her own experiences as a film set photographer, Véronique Kolber developed this project to its present form: "fictitious location spotting for a non-existing movie".
The photographer Thomas Bergbold enjoys travelling by the sea or in the mountains - in addition to North America, he also likes to be in the Alps, on Mallorca or in Scandinavia. The pictures in his latest exhibition were taken on various road trips, mainly through Canada and the USA. Snapshots from everyday life alternate with magnificent nature and places of longing.
Unconscious Places is the name he applied early on to that portion of his street photographs that originated in Düsseldorf and went on to include London, New York, as well as Japan, China, Korea, Peru, and Russia. A selection of these works was recently shown in Thomas Struth's most extensive exhibition at the Museo Guggenheim Bilbao (October 2, 2019 - January 19, 2020). They were framed in CONSERVO magnetic frames by HALBE.
In a gradual return to "normality", all retail as well as service businesses have many Corona-related guidelines to follow in order to protect the health and well-being of their customers and employees. In the spirit of a hygienic and organizationally orderly return to business, all businesses must adhere to rules of conduct and hygiene measures and communicate accordingly. In order to communicate the hygiene guidelines for hairdressers in line with the business appearance and image, Intercoiffure Udo Iden from Bremen, for example, decided to present the notice graphic stylishly in a HALBE magnetic frame in his hairdressing salon.
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.
From 28 August to 03 November 2019, f³-freiraum für fotografie in Berlin will show the exhibition "Greenpeace Photo Award" with works by the winners of the award Ian Willms and Pablo E. Piovano.
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.
From June 15 to August 18, 2019, the exhibition "Im [Un]Ruhestand" (In [Un]Retirement) will take place at f³-freiraum für fotografie in Berlin. Presented are over 200 portraits by the Lübeck-based photographer Arne Wesenberg, who for over seven years accompanied those who are still gainfully employed in their retirement for a variety of reasons
Til Mette presented his works in the Bremen Parliament from 4 June to 4 July. On the occasion of the 70th birthday of the Basic Law, 40 caricatures and cartoons are on display, which deal with political issues surrounding the Basic Law, society and Bremen itself
From 19 May to 28 July 2019, the Städtische Galerie 'Lovis-Kabinett' in Villingen-Schwennigen will host the exhibition "Verortung", with works by the artist Renata Jaworska. The exhibition focuses on urban systems in the context of the digital world
With her impressive light project, Sylwia Synak shows how lighting and colour create a multifaceted sensual experience. The series Light-Art, Night-Art and Echo-Art inspire the viewer in a multi-layered way.
From March 10 to May 5, 2019, Ivan Köves' photographs documenting the cityscape of Marl in the 1960s will be on display at the Rathaus Gallery in Marl.
The University Hospital Jena exhibited the works of the Berlin artist duo Zozoville as part of a Christmas event. The colorful world of monsters could be admired until the end of March 2019 and was presented in HALBE frame
The f³ - freiraum für fotografie shows from February 15th to April 21st the exhibition CRAZY - Living with mental illness. Here five photographers, who deal with the topic for personal reasons, present their works
As part of this year's exhibition "gute aussichten-junge deutsche fotografie 2018/2019", the nine award winners will exhibit their works. Among them is Malte Sänger with his work "Abdrücke". The exhibition will take place from 06.04.2019 to 10.06.2019 at the Landesmuseum Koblenz at the Festung Ehrenbreitstein.
From 15.02.2019 to 07.04.2019 the "Städtische Galerie" in Iserlohn presents the exhibition LYS - A tribute to the light of the north with photographs by Sandra Bartocha and Werner Bollman.
From January 13 to March 3, 2019, Galeriehaus Nord in Nuremberg will present the 5th Biennial of Drawing with works by Renata Jaworska.
From 14.12 2018 to 08.03 2019 the TEN Gallery in Mannheim shows the exhibition ONE WAY with photographs by Andrea Klein and Ralf Müller. On display are photos from a road trip through the "Flyover States".
From December 6, 2018 to February 10, 2019, the exhibition #womenphotographer Vol. I will take place at f³ - freiraum für fotografie in Berlin. The focus here is on the works of outstanding female photographers of the 20th century.
The exhibition entitled "Reifen wie der Baum..." has been on display since 11 November in the atrium of the Manfred Sauer Foundation in Lobbach (Rhine-Neckar district). On display are 37 large-format tree photographs by nature photographer Andreas Held and 25 impressive wooden sculptures by Franz Musiol. The exhibition runs until 27 January 2019.
Since November 25, Andy Warhol has been camping out in Düsseldorf Oberkassel at the Burkhard Eikelmann Galerie. Under the title "Andy Warhol - The Ultimate Crossover" the colorful works are presented
Designer and photographer Martin Stockberg is exhibiting his works in the foyer of the FDP parliamentary group in the Düsseldorf state parliament until 18 December 2018. Under the title "Art in and with nature", Stockberg presents his works of art, which are made exclusively with natural materials
On October 21, the art gallery ArtHB opened its doors in Bremen. With a greeting from the President of the Bremen Parliament, Christian Weber, the starting signal was given for a modern gallery that, among other things, wants to promote young artists from the North German region, and especially from Bremen-Worpswede.
Since September 8, the Museum Ratingen presents the new exhibition "Superland Superrheinland" with works by the artist Renata Jaworska. The exhibition can be visited until 6 January 2019. Topographies are thematized with the traces of people's movements, which Jaworska records in paintings and drawings.
Since September 7, photographer Birgit Kaulfuß presents her first solo exhibition "ANNAHME" in Berlin, which depicts a multifaceted thematic world. The focus is on the relationships between seemingly contradictory subjects. The exhibition is still open until September 16, 2018.
Since May 25, visitors have been able to marvel at the exhibition "QUERdenker entdecken die Vielfalt" ("QUERthinkers discover diversity") in Rostock at the Staatliches Amt für Landwirtschaft und Umwelt Mittleres Mecklenburg, or StALU MM for short. Pupils of the Erasmus-Gymnasium Rostock design the corridor of the 11th floor of the Rostock State Office with their own paintings and photos.
From 18 August to 07 September 2018, visitors can marvel at the exhibition "Jin - Jiyan - Azadi" Women, Life, Freedom with photos by Sonja Hamad. The photographer travelled to northern Syria and northern Iraq in 2015 and 2016 to document the everyday life of Kurdish women who have joined the freedom struggle of guerrilla fighters and women's defence units. The photographs show impressive portraits of the women, in whose faces events of past experiences are reflected, as well as landscape and detail shots.
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