In her paintings, drawings, and sculptures, Torkwase Dyson explores the relationship between bodily movements, geography, and architecture. On view in the exhibition Tuning at Derneburg Castle
Under the title "Handicraft meets Art" the art exhibition at the Argental-Elektrik of Winfried Ruetz in Tettnang - Oberlangnau can be seen until 22.05.22.
The Euskirchen City Museum was severely affected by the flood disaster on July 14, 2021 in western Germany. The first floor of the museum was flooded, many exhibits damaged or destroyed. The images of the disaster left no one untouched. This was also reflected in the enormous drive of countless helpers on site.
Architectural photographer Swen Bernitz is currently showing his work at the Neue Galerie in Wünsdorf (near Berlin). A total of 76 photographs from three different series result in an impressive and worth seeing exhibition with regional relevance, which can be visited until 20.03.22.
The frames from HALBE are characterised by their particularly quick and easy framing from the front. The artist Anton Leitner has asked himself which occasions there are for frequent changes during the year. Because apart from exhibitions, pictures are rarely changed in the private sphere. This is how his calendar project 2022 came into being.
Together with the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, the counselling centre Amalie in Mannheim is currently showing an exhibition on the taboo subject of women in prostitution. Photographer Hyp Yerlikaya accompanied the work of the counselling centre for over 2 years. 40 impressive pictures now tell of life, dreams and reality.
At the beginning of September, the first German solo exhibition in honour of Ruth Orkin opened at freiraum für fotografie Berlin. The American was one of a few female photographers who successfully published photographs in newspapers and magazines in the 1940s and 1950s. The exhibition shows some of her best works and stimulates reflection.
The new exhibition by landscape and architecture photographer Marcus Schwier can be seen at VisuleX Gallery for Photography Hamburg until 30 October. NIGHTSHOTS comprises infrared and night photographs from several decades and opens up completely new perspectives on an actually familiar world to the viewer.
American artist and photographer James Welling is currently presenting his new exhibition "Cento" at the Musée des Arts Contemporains in Grand-Hornu, Belgium. Until August 29, visitors can experience the artist's photographic works on architecture and statues of antiquity.
This August, Hamburg director and artist Henning Schulze presents his paintings for the first time in the exhibition BROKEN DREAMS. His paintings are fresh, colourful and unique.
On August 7, photographer and photojournalist Ulla Kimmig will open her first exhibition on the theme of "The Horse in the Service of Man" in her new mobile gallery trailer in Jesteburg near Hamburg (Germany). With the new gallery "Wild Mustang - The Horse Gallery" Kimmig wants to tell the story of the horse - a story that is closely intertwined with that of man.
This year, Frankfurt photographer Ursula Edelmann celebrates her 95th birthday. Since June 16, visitors to the KunstRaum Bernusstraße can experience the artist's life's work anew. It is about sculptures, post-war machines and architecture.
As part of his exhibition for his diploma at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts, Philipp Benkert deals with September 11 and its shadows. The result are impressive forensic photographs of burnt mobile phones that cast deep shadows.
A collection of Japanese colour woodblock prints was rediscovered at the Kunstmuseum Moritzburg in Halle (Saale). The prints from the 18th century were refurbished for the first time and then presented harmoniously and safely in Conservo magnetic frame.
In the 80s, the Biberach photographer Jean Gallus created a photo series of his hometown. More than 30 years later, Dr. Wilfried Forschner follows his photographic traces and creates a unique hanging for his practice with the result.
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