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.
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.
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.
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.
To arrange many photos or objects at once for a coherent overall picture, requires consistency.
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.
A small exhibition of works by J. Konrad Schmidt is currently on display at the Louvre, Paris.
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.
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.
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.