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SHOWING POSTS IN October 2016

28 Oct 2016

Fogo Island by Steffen Jagenburg

This past year, Steffen Jagenburg started a photographic documentation of the FOGO ISLAND ARTS RESIDENCY PROGRAM. It took him 48 hours each way to travel between Berlin and this very powerful place, Fogo Island, Canada. In the near future, Steffen will continue to work with the artists in residence to capture their experience of living and working on Fogo Island. Artists in residence often undertake collaborations with Island residents, thus forging a new perspective for both. Read more...
28 Oct 2016

Glasgow weekend by Steffen Jagenburg

The Glasgow Weekend at Volksbühne in Berlin was curated by BQ Berlin Gallery and Sarah Lowndes. Two days of show and party with Franz Ferdinand, Optimo (Espacio), Richard Wright, Douglas Gordon, David Shrigley, and more. Steffen Jagenburg captured everything with his trademark clean, intriguing aesthetic.
28 Oct 2016

Gute Arbeit! by Steffen Jagenburg

Gute Arbeit! is a new content-based online magazine created by Steffen Jagenburg. With text, motion, and still photography, it captures individuals, companies, and organizations who discover a good balance for their individual holistic ideas of business - perhaps deviating from "the average," but effective nonetheless.
28 Oct 2016

Here BY STEFFEN JAGENBURG

“I would never move away.” For Bavaria's local newspaper, the Donaukurier, Steffen Jagenburg developed and produced an acclaimed regional identity campaign. People from the region told stories of their very own, deeply personal relationship with where they live through films, posters, press ads and magazine supplements. Jagenburg captures the feelings of these residents with a sensitivity for emotions and feelings.
28 Oct 2016

Political Populism BY STEFFEN JAGENBURG

Political Populism, an exhibition at Kunsthalle Vienna in 2015 curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen, was documented by Steffen Jagenburg. The exhibition stated, "Social media, advertising aesthetics and media staging have lent a progressive appearance to simple or simplistic slogans,“ contrasting with Steffen's idea of a narrative of the experience, a comprehensive body of sensitive and complex visual statements.
28 Oct 2016

BORDER WALKS BY LOUISA MARIE SUMMER

At the core of the European project has always been an effort to reduce the significance of borders. Today the understanding of borders must go beyond national-state boundaries to include educational, economic and social borders. Addressing this, a joint project and exhibition of the Institut français d'Estonie and the Goethe-Institut Tallinn will take place from 19.10.2016 at the Fotomuseum Tallinn. Read more...
28 Oct 2016

On things ordinary by Jakob Hunosøe

Everyday life is the focal point in Hunosøe's photographs, though the reality they portray is full of extraordinary effects. Ordinary objects, such as chairs, dishcloths, bookshelves, kitchen utensils, and tools appear in unexpected and surprising constellations. Hunosøe uses his images as an instrument to uncover new meanings in our immediate surroundings. Using simple artifices, he adds a poetic and humorous dimension to our everyday.
28 Oct 2016

NEPTUNE’S DAUGHTERS BY KLAUS KAMPERT

Having shot a number of series based around water, Kampert broadens the theme to a more basic view of the relationship between humans and water, and the result is Neptune’s Daughters. In this series, bodies are surrounded by water and move quite naturally in relation. The figures have evolved from water, and are symbolically related to mythological figures. Water is the elixir of life, necessary and playing an important part in the emotional life of humanity.
06 Oct 2016

Animalcoholics by Frieke Janssens

As people drink, they lose their self control and self consciousness, their primal instincts appear, and they become more like animals. For her latest mind bending work ANIMALCOHOLICS, Frieke Janssens, as in her famous Smoking Kids series, tackles addiction and social changes. Read more...
04 Oct 2016

AFRICAN OBJECTS BY ANTONIO THEO PINI

Antonio Theo Pini’s series on African refugees has been selected to participate in the inaugural exhibition of the Museum Centro Pecci in Prato, Italy. Documenting the refugees’ new realities in Italy, Pini’s images highlight the banal, the quotidian, and yet, the unexpected.