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SHOWING POSTS IN May 2014

23 May 2014

Geschwebe by Julia Baier

Making a feature of the subtle particularities in the ordinary is Julia Baier’s speciality. For this and many other reasons, she was chosen for the group exhibition of 10 photographers commemorating the 100th anniversary of Leica, 10 X 10, just opened in Leitz Park, Wetzlar. Julia chooses remarkable and unique perspectives for her timeless snapshots, combining abstract elements such as structures, textures and lines with organic phenomena such as foot prints, leaves and shadows. Read more...
23 May 2014

MELANCHOTOPIA BY STEFFEN JAGENBURG AT THE WITTE DE WITH CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

Steffen Jagenburg was commissioned by the Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam to shoot imagery for the “Melanchotopia” exhibition catalogue, as well as participate in the group exhibition of more than forty international artists. The artists were invited to work with different venues in the city-center of Rotterdam – places where people live and work – and to activate their potential as spaces for ideas, discourse and invention. Read more...
14 May 2014

“FOULARD” BY MARTIN KLIMAS, SOON TO BE ON EXHIBIT AT COSAR HMT IN DUESSELDORF

Martin Klimas fine art series, “Foulard” was exhibited at the COSAR HMT in Duesseldorf. Foulard is French for scarf or neckerchief, lightweight fabrics made of silk, usually printed with multi-colored designs. Martin focused on high quality silk scarves from fashion lines like Dior, Yves St Laurent, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, exploring their two- and three-dimensionality. Read more...
09 May 2014

LE GRAIN DE SABLE BY JEAN-LOUIS WOLFF

“Le Grain De Sable” is Jean-Louis’ continual wind experimentation. It follows his series “Red Wind,” in which a piece of red silk billows around the human form. This newer series is all about the sand of the Taklamakan desert in China and its sensual dance with the wind. It is land art, performance, and the work of a mad scientist, all rolled into one – only to be revealed by the flash of a strobe and captured by the camera. Read more...
07 May 2014

Pure Tones by Martin Klimas

Throughout history people have attempted to visualise sound. In regards to music, scores allow us to read sound, whereas art visualises a composition’s emotional qualities. Klimas’s series “Pure Tones” does both. By running the compositions through a frequency monitor in calm water, Klimas can photograph a piece of music’s unique waves. The result is photographs that capture the technical and emotional beauty of any musical composition.