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August 15, 2014

The PhotoBookMuseum

The PhotoBookMuseum

The mission of the PhotoBookMuseum is to promote the photobook as the central form of expression in photography. In order to show what the future PhotoBookMuseum can achieve in this respect, Schaden.com will be presenting the first  Editon on the grounds of the Carlswerk in Cologne-Mülheim from August to October 2014. Details »

July 29, 2014

Fiat Lux: Signed copies lighting up the viewer

Fiat Lux: Signed copies lighting up the viewer

What would the theater be without lighting, the stage without spotlights, the earth without the sun? There’s no life without light! Rarely is this idea so illuminatingly presented. Details »

July 28, 2014

XXL Casanova

XXL Casanova

An Erotic Journey Across Europe

What a man!? A real European: Casanova lived in Vienna, Paris, Venice, Rome, London, Berlin, St. Petersburg, and Madrid. And it’s very likely that this glamorous rake and adventurer always had a bed waiting for him elsewhere, too. His forays into lust and frivolity are notorious, having aroused imaginations in every era. Fascinating historical photographs and charming, hand-colored illustrations lure us on through this Grand Tour, as we follow Casanova’s tracks through Europe, far from popular tourist sites. Details »

July 3, 2014

Peter Hebeisen. Battlefields

Peter Hebeisen. Battlefields

In order to expose the horrors of industrialized war, how close do you have to get? How much suffering and death do you have to show? Details »

Fotoblog August

Art Dictionary

1914 - Artists at War

Some sought borderline experiences for the sake of their art, and followed the call to battle; others fled from it: World War I left its marks on many artists; the shock of the global tremors led them to poignant new themes and radical, new concepts of art.

New Publications

Fall 2014: Discover unusual and artistic books about art, photography, and architecture

Gerhard RichterPortrait of the Artist

Gerhard Richter (* 1932 in Dresden) fled to the West in 1961 and studied in Düsseldorf. More »

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