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SHOWING POSTS IN July 2016

27 Jul 2016

EXHIBITION OPENING: INA SCHOOF IN COLLABORATION WITH ANA BAUMGART

Ina Schoof, in collaboration with Ana Baumgart, presents their latest video installation, “I Love Greece and Greece Loves Me,” as well as two other video installations, “I Guess You Don’t Know Me 07” and “I Guess You Don’t Know me 04,” as part of a group exhibition in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. The videos, taking place in Greece, Japan, and Italy, opine on culture and history with allegory and more. Read more...
26 Jul 2016

Toys for a New Generation By Annegien van Doorn

Van Doorn created these fanciful, imaginative toys that subvert gender norms to illustrate a point about them. Since the 70s, there has been an increasing distinction between "sex" and "gender." Your sex is determined by your genitals, your gender by expectations about the behavior that you should show. The differences between men and women are primarily social, in our modern society we don’t need those defined gender roles anymore. Read more...
26 Jul 2016

SKEWERED BY SILVIO KNEZEVIC

One of the hallmarks of summer is grilled skewers - not confined to a plate, they can be fanciful, imaginative, and most of all, fun to eat. Knezevic shot a series on skewers, illustrating their possibilities. Tasty, succulent, and exciting, his images pay homage to the skewer.
26 Jul 2016

FRUIT OF SUMMER BY ADRIAN SAMSON

It’s currently the middle of summer for the northern hemisphere, and the oppressive warmth can seem never ending. Adrian Samson cools off his viewers with a few slices of the refreshing watermelon. Bright and colorful, Samson's still lifes are appetizing and the perfect fit for the summer heat.
26 Jul 2016

CASINO HUSTLERS BY SARAH ILLENBERGER

To illustrate a story on card counting and other casino hustles, Sarah Illenberger created images that keenly reflect her graphic and whimsical style.
22 Jul 2016

ENDANGERED, ON ICE BY ERIK HIJWEEGE

Inspired by the recovery of a frozen mammoth in almost perfect condition in 2013, Erik Hijweege explores the slow, yet constant deterioration of nature, creating a series centered on endangered animal species. Known for his ambrotypes, the result of the wet plate collodion process that he employs throughout much of his work, Hijweege’s images of preserved animals are haunting and thoughtful. Read more...
20 Jul 2016

Or Glory: 21st Century Rockers By Horst A. Friedrichs

With their tattoos, leather jackets, slicked-back hair, and beloved British motorbikes, Rockers are the nemesis of the fastidiously groomed Mods. Elvis, James Dean, and Marlon Brando made rocker style synonymous with rebellion, sparking a global cult. Horst A. Friedrichs follows the British rocker tribe as its members congregate in parking lots, pubs, cafes, dance and pool halls. Read more...
20 Jul 2016

Vista by Erik Undéhn

The camera is neutral. Without any values or interpreting, it captures what is in front of the lens. But despite the ability to recreate reality as it is, reality through the lens can still be manipulated. By the choice of angle, time of day, light and framing it is possible to decide what the photographer want to show the viewer. Read more...
20 Jul 2016

Still Life by Axel Kranz

Axel Kranz shows simple subjects and structures in his photographs, using daylight to transform them into sculptural pieces of art, like ancient paintings. By showing the surface, Kranz attempts to peer behind it.
20 Jul 2016

Mnemonic by Lajos Geenen

In his "Mnemonic” series, Lajos Geenen explores how seemingly mundane actions experienced by mature adults can trigger deeply rooted childhood memories. He examines this complex relationship between present and past by depicting the layered relationship between lovers in domestic settings. The rethinking of traditional gender roles and the act of caregiving are all in play in these images and create a new context in which to consider these actions. Read more...
20 Jul 2016

Arrival Delayed by Wim Bosch

Since 2002, Wim Bosch has used found photographic footage in combination with his own pictures, creating constructed views on interior and exterior domestic scenes. Bosch's works show a familiar yet unfamiliar world with suspenseful scenes that recall both painting and cinema. For Arrival Delayed, a book that showcases his recent work, Bosch collaborates with Dr. Read more...
20 Jul 2016

Herrenabteilung by Tina Winkhaus

Some animals are mythically charged by humans and worshiped, others are subjected, sacrificed, and eradicated. In Tina Winkhaus’s series Herrenabteilung, the animal accompanies the viewer in important areas of their lives: social, economic, material, cultural, religious and symbolic. The more they become objects of our curiosity, the further people seem to distance themselves from animals. Read more...
12 Jul 2016

TROPICAL PARADISE? BY FRANZISKA SINN

Housed in the largest free-standing hall in the world, one originally built to protect airships from the elements, in Brandenburg, Germany, the Tropical Islands resort is a unique destination for tourists. It is a seemingly tropical paradise, yet is surrounded by artifice. Franziska Sinn spent a night there, experiencing the strange atmosphere - a hard beach, cool weather, an artificial, strange feeling, yet with its own microclimate. Read more...
08 Jul 2016

The Birth of Reincarnation By Lajos Geenen

Each image in The Birth of… series implies possible conceptions of the word that comes next in the title - confidence, patience, reincarnation, opportunity. And with each conception comes the option to accept the photographic reality or to deconstruct it. In two of the images from the series, The Birth of Inertia I and II, the subtle contradictions in the shots inspire closer examination and questions. Read more...
06 Jul 2016

Secondhand by Jo Magrean

Jo Magrean excels at capturing the vignettes of life. Atmospheric and textural, his images intrigue and inspire. In some recent work, he shows some unwanted, broken furniture, set on the street for garbage, collectors, or Magrean himself. He depicts the well-worn pieces as soldiers fallen on the cruel battlefield of everyday life.
06 Jul 2016

FABULOUS FAILURES - FEATURING ANNEGIEN VAN DOORN

As part of Les Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles, Annegien van Doorn is exhibiting her work as part of the group show, Fabulous Failures, curated by Erik Kessels. Van Doorn’s quirky take on the quotidien will be on full display for the summer, until September 25th, at the Palais de L’Archevêché.
06 Jul 2016

DREAMING IN THE PAST BY STEFAN RUHMKE

Ruhmke’s series captures two siblings, Nils and Luisa, on summer holiday, in their great-grandparents’ house. Full of memories and history, Ruhmke captures the siblings’ excitement and chronicles their discoveries, and exhibits his talent for capturing the subtle, hidden moments of life.
01 Jul 2016

Flower man by Ken Hermann

Flowers are a hugely important part of Indian culture, used in everything from temple rituals to festivals and parties, and Malik Ghat flower market, located in Calcutta, is the largest of its kind in India. Ken Hermann, inspired by the colors and activity of the market on an earlier trip, returned and took these arresting portraits, the sellers' magnificent garlands often in stark contrast to their own dusty and sweat-soaked attire.
01 Jul 2016

Somnium by Gian Paul Lozza

Gian Paul Lozza’s series Somnium is an attempt at a typology. The pictures are mute, silent and frozen in the subdued nocturnal low-light. There are no living creatures to be seen, nor the slightest sign of any active movement. Despite this, there are traces of civilization, giving rise to a the question of who left them behind. Lozza’s images are all captured at night, in order to focus on the structural visual objects, and creating a painterly haziness.
01 Jul 2016

Fold by Ingmar Swalue

Ingmar Swalue creates graphic, colorful, and intriguing photos. Swalue's latest series center on visual impossibilities without objects and with few external cues. By folding the paper in such a way that planes visually disappear, Swalue captures a shape which is impossible to re-create in the real 3D work. The result is a minimalistic way of undermining the classical view of photography (that of photography as a reflection of the real world). Read more...
01 Jul 2016

Explosions in the sky by Christian Stoll

Are these remote galaxies light years away, shot by Hubble Telescope? Or microscopic shots of bio-chemical processes in a brain? Nightmares? Acid trips? Perhaps nuclear explosions? Intriguing and beguiling, these beautiful photographs are Christian Stoll’s abstract take on chemical products. The images, free of any scale, invite the viewer to use their imagination to the fullest.