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May 28, 2016

Reporting from the Front

Reporting from the Front

The 15th International Architecture Exhibition appointed by the Board of the Venice Biennale is titled Reporting from the Front. The focus is on architectural perspectives amid today’s social and politcal changes. Hatje Cantz will present three current publications in Venice: Details »

May 27, 2016

Exhibition: Constant - New-Babylon

Exhibition: Constant - New-Babylon

From May 28 until September 25 at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

A world without borders or constraints. People freed from work and able to play and travel at will. Constant Nieuwenhuys (1920 – 2005) expressed his ideas for a new world in one of the largest and most visionary art projects in post-war history. New Babylon remains even now – and perhaps more than ever in the society of today – a source of inspiration for many people. The vast majority of the works associated with the project are in the hands of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag and, working in close cooperation with Fondation Constant, the museum has carried out extensive research on them. The result is this summer’s show at the museum: one of the largest exhibitions ever held about this intriguing project, which forms a key part of Constant’s oeuvre. Details »

May 25, 2016

Exhibition: ALEXANDER CALDER & FISCHLI/WEISS

Exhibition: ALEXANDER CALDER & FISCHLI/WEISS

ALEXANDER CALDER & FISCHLI/WEISS
May 29 – September 4, 2016

At the heart of the exhibition is the aspect of fragile balance, a precarious, yet simultaneously promising state that is always temporary. In exemplary ways Alexander Calder has been formulating this aspect since the early twentieth century, while Peter Fischli and David Weiss have been doing the same thing since the end of the same century. At first glance, their works could not be more different, but later, they prove to be simply the results of different perspectives in different time periods of the same theme. Details »

May 20, 2016

Exhibition: Taking Stock of Power. An Other View of the Berlin Wall

Exhibition: Taking Stock of Power. An Other View of the Berlin Wall

Exhibition and book by Annett Gröschner and Arwed Messmer
27 May – 21 August 2016 at Haus am Kleistpark, Berlin Details »

May 19, 2016

Exhibition: Dieter Blum – Cowboys. The first shooting 1992

Exhibition: Dieter Blum – Cowboys. The first shooting 1992

until November 6th 2016
Daimler Contemporary Berlin

Dieter Blum, born in Esslingen in 1936, was invited to a first test shoot for Marlboro in the USA in 1992. The pictures from this shoot, which have never previously been exhibited, provided the basis for Blum’s subsequent fame as the most internationally famous photographer working in this context. Details »

Fotoblog April EN

New Publications

Fall 2016: Discover unusual and artistic books about art, photography, and architecture

Interview

Interview with Stefan Hanke

A »portraitist of the soul«, the Regensburg-based photographer Stefan Hanke was called by one of the contemporary witnesses. More than ten years he spent visiting concentration camp survivors in seven different countries to portray them for his photo project »KZ überlebt« (Concentration camp survivors).


The encounters were more than mere photo sessions. Our interview gives very personal insights into his work.

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