From 5 February - 16 February 2018, the exhibition "Down to Earth" by photographer Denis Piel took place at the Phillips in London. The theme of this series deals with nature and sustainable living in it.
On February 1, 2018, the exhibition Kriegskinder by Frederike Helwig and Anne Waak started at f³ - Freiraum für Fotografie in Berlin. The exhibition portrays people who experienced war first hand and captures their memories
From January 27 - April 8, 2018, the exhibition Fremde Blicke will take place at the Kunstmuseum Ravensburg. The new series "City Portraits" by the successful photographer Marcus Schwier will be launched in this context. The focus is on a somewhat different view of the city of Ravensburg
Four years, four countries, two photographers, one aesthetic signature for the whole North - LYS. "Lys" - the Norwegian and Danish word for light could not be more fitting for a project dedicated to the magical light of the North! Over a period of four years, renowned nature photographers Sandra Bartocha and Werner Bollmann have travelled the landscapes of Scandinavia
French President Emmanuel Macron himself was very taken with Ursula Schregel's idea for the work Le coq se bat avec Marine /La victoire du coq (The rooster fights with Marine/The victory of the rooster)
The great photographer Walter Schels is presented to the art world for the first time by ABTART Stuttgart. Over 200 of his works will be shown, including photographs of celebrities such as Josef Beuys, Andy Warhol and the Dalai Lama, but also portraits of transsexuals, newborns, the dying, as well as people in the park and animals. The exhibition is curated by Klaus Honnef.
The Bosch photo exhibition is located on the ground floor of the new building, which was completed in 2017. The building is part of the new IT Campus Feuerbach, the headquarters of Bosch IT worldwide. The photographs are by photographer Rainer Horn and show the famous Wynwood Walls in Miama, Florida.
BFF photographer Dominik Paunetto recently exhibited his series "Chicago fog" at Dezernat 16 of Heidelberg's Creative Industries Center as part of OFF//FOTO 2017. These are black and white architectural photographs from Chicago.
Who doesn't know them, the wordless bulbous noses that know so much to tell through facial expressions, gestures and interaction with their surroundings. Over 150 of his rarely shown originals are brought together in the exhibition at the Ludwig Galerie Schloss Oberhausen and provide an insight into the work of the internationally active artist, who has won numerous awards.
The current exhibition with around 140 works by Miroslav Tichý is on show at Photobastei Zurich until 5 November. Curator Adi Hoesle takes the visitor on a virtual journey through Tichý's hometown Kyiov.
The works of the Hachenburg photographer Doris Kohlhas show unusual views and perspectives. The consistent form of black-and-white photography - reduced to the essential and focused on the interior - thus leaves the superficial behind and intensifies the impression of the emotional.
Nonplusultra - "Research Photography" deals with what is foreign to us humans, which today increasingly appears in the form of technological research apparatus and objects. As a kind of photographic field researcher, photographer Janosch Boerckel has gone into the laboratories of the natural and human sciences, where these apparatuses and objects are designed, produced and their performance examined
From August 10 - September 6, 2017, the exhibition POST-TRUTH took place in New York. The photographer Sebastian Perinotti exhibited his images in HALBE frames
The works of the nine photographers show a variety of subjective perceptions and values in the real everyday world. Under the title Living Inventory, their image series present personal photographic views of concise phenomena of the present, of social contexts, private relationships, and fragile constructions of the memory of the past.
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Amsterdam agency NOOR - light in Arabic - the exhibition NOOR by NOOR presents for the first time in Germany a unique photography collective of the most significant political and social developments of the past 10 years.
In colourful compositions, the boundaries between photography and abstract painting blur. The works of Dirk Schelpmeier, created by means of long time and multiple exposures, take the viewer into a non-objective, partly mystical world of images.
The 9th BFF-Aufschlag in Hamburg last weekend is over. For the first time the BBF-Aufschlag-Award for the best exhibited picture was awarded. Each certificate was framed in HALBE.
With about 500 visitors, the evening of the opening on 05 April was a brilliant success. The f³ (Freiraum für Fotografie) in Berlin is a brand new initiative of the Society for Humanistic Photography with its own exhibition spaces. Five to six exhibitions of international author photography are presented. In addition, there are regular discussion events, workshops and talks with photographers.
The work "ähnlich, allzuähnlich" (similar, all too similar) is a collaborative and conceptual work involving ten photographers from Germany and Switzerland who specialize in art reproduction. Jürgen Meyer-Isenmann asked them to photograph his 2010 work "Unmut dem Prinzip".
At the same time as his exhibition at Schloss Oberhausen, Marcus Schwier is exhibiting at the Museum für Gartenkunst of the Benrath Palace and Park Foundation. The title "Photography" is not meant to be grandiloquent, but rather generalist, because Schwier is dedicated to a wide range of topics.
The well-known landscape and architecture photographer Marcus Schwier is showing his work in two exhibitions at once: at Benrath Palace in Düsseldorf and at the Ludwigsgalerie Schloss Oberhausen. The latter is showing the exhibition "Let's buy it! Art and Shopping".
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.
As of today, the beautiful flower photographs from the series "Flowers" by photographer Silke Lauffs can be viewed in the GALERIE 206 in Berlin. They are framed in HALBE magnetic frames.
An independant 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.
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 20th century - Alexander Girard. He was a pioneer of postwar US-American design and created furniture and fabrics, as well as buildings.
The weather ist cold, the exhibition ist hot and the party even hotter.
What did Günter Grass, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, learn at the Düsseldorf Art Academy between 1948 and 1952?
From March 18 to May 16, 2016, the traveling exhibition "Verlagerungen" by the artist couple Max Becher and Andrea Robbins made a stop at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Siegen
Up until April 17th, 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 annual exhibition BFF Triebwerk of the BFF Berlin took place from October 8 - November 7, 2015 as part of the "Designmeile Berlin" at Bikini Berlin on almost 800 m². Extraordinary photographs by 54 photographers in equally extraordinary spaces.
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.
From 21 - 23 May 2015 HALBE was at a special exhibition venue, the parking deck of the Rindermarkthalle in St.Pauli. There met for the seventh time one of the most renowned photographers association - the BFF (professional association of freelance photographers and film designers) from the Hamburg region and other guests from Berlin.
From 6 to 26 February, Ingrid Krüger is showing her large-format watercolours in HALBE magnetic frames in the Tübingen Kulturhalle. Under the title Schichtungen, 22 works executed in the technique of glazing layers are presented.
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