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SHOWING POSTS IN April 2016

26 Apr 2016

HORSES BY TINA WINKHAUS

Tina Winkhaus’s dark, sculptural portraits of horses and their jockeys remind the viewer of Caravaggio - his chiaroscuro and radical, almost cinematic canvas space change. Bound together with her influences and inspirations Goya and Rembrandt, Winkhaus has an acute nerve for all modern world inequities and a passion for all things dark.
26 Apr 2016

CYCLE STYLE BY HORST A. FRIEDRICHS

Riding a bicycle is more than a means of transportation - it is a way of life. The London bicycle scene has been growing for years, spawning ever more astounding developments and innovations. Photographer Horst A. Friedrichs meets his subjects in their own milieu: zooming around the city's streets on two wheels. There he encounters a dazzling array of style and a surprising amount of substance. Read more...
26 Apr 2016

THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG BY SARAH ILLENBERGER

Today, many people are obsessed with perfection - images are painstakingly retouched, people pore through the minutae. In a collaboration with Maurizio d’Iorio, Sarah Illenberger purposely includes mistakes in every image in their recent series. Known for her creative eye and ability to work as both photographer and stylist, here, her styling takes front page.
26 Apr 2016

BEST OF BRITISH BY HORST A. FRIEDRICHS

Classic style and British manufacturing are both experiencing a boom in demand driven by a desire among consumers for authentic, quality products. Britain is uniquely placed to benefit from this resurgence, given the number of heritage companies still producing at the top of their game. Horst A. Read more...
26 Apr 2016

MICROSCULPTURE BY LEVON BISS

Microsculpture presents the insect collection of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History like never before. The result of a collaboration between the Museum and photographer Levon Biss, this series of beautifully-lit, high magnification portraits captures the microscopic form of a large variety of insects in striking large-format and high-resolution detail - each image is made of 8000 individual photographs. Read more...
20 Apr 2016

EXHIBITION OPENING: WHAT REMAINS OF THE FUTURE - SIBERIA BY LOUISA MARIE SUMMER

Opening Sunday, April 24th, Louisa Marie Summer’s work will be on display at Ober Gallery in Kent, Connecticut. The show will present images that she captured while exploring remote areas of Eastern Siberia along the Amur Highway. With a tremendous amount of diversity, the area presents an ever-intriguing face. Read more...
14 Apr 2016

Les femmes du Maroc by Fabienne Karmann at Kunstroute Köln

Morocco. One is constantly discovering streaming and ornate points on the edge of the street. Streetfashion and traditional fashion. Colorful concealment and cloaking. The combination of fashion photography and and photo reportage presents feminine strength. In reference to Women’s Rights and their emancipation Morocco has made several steps toward modernity in recent years. Read more...
12 Apr 2016

HADA MADRINA - PURA VIDA, EXHIBITION BY FABIENNE KARMANN

In her latest exhibition, Fabienne Karmann presents two social projects of young Europeans: Hada Madrina in Nicaragua and Pura Vida in Costa Rica.   Hada Madrine is a self-governing, volunteer-only afterschool community center in the small fishing village Jiquilillo in Nicaragua. Before its establishment, local children had to organize their afternoons by themselves. Read more...
05 Apr 2016

Exhibition opening by Hiepler, Brunier

This Thursday, April 7th, David Hiepler and Fritz Brunier invite you to the opening of their exhibition, “Ninety Percent of Everything.” Ships and boats have been developed over the time alongside humanity and have served us in many numbers of reason since the old days to the present time. Few have a clear idea how diverse these means of transport are that work as the engine of today's globalized world. Read more...