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July 21, 2016

Exhibition

Exhibition "COMMON AFFAIRS"

From July 21 to October 30, 2016, the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle and the Polish Institute Berlin are presenting contemporary art from Poland under the title “COMMON AFFAIRS.” The exhibition is a cooperation project between the KunstHalle and Zachęta – National Gallery of Art. Installations, sculptures, videos, and works on paper by 16 artists are on view at both Berlin exhibition venues.  Details »

July 19, 2016

Holger Liebs will be new Program Director at Hatje Cantz

Holger Liebs will be new Program Director at Hatje Cantz

Publisher Dr. Cristina Steingräber has succeeded in bringing the art historian and journalist Holger Liebs on board as program director for Hatje Cantz. Liebs is the former editor-in-chief of art magazine Monopol, and before that, worked as editor for the arts section of Süddeutsche Zeitung. As an expert in international art and the art market, he is well-connected and has outstanding knowledge in the art industry. Details »

July 12, 2016

Exhibition »World of Malls | Architekturen des Konsums«

Exhibition »World of Malls | Architekturen des Konsums«

»World of Malls« explores an architectural type that first developed around sixty years ago in the USA and rapidly turning into a global phenomenon that continues to evolve through to the present day. Although its influence has for decades been discussed by urban planners, sociologists, and even psychologists, the architectural design of shopping malls has for the most part been regarded as a peripheral issue. Details »

July 8, 2016

Book Launch and Exhibition Opening »Mapping Holes«

Book Launch and Exhibition Opening »Mapping Holes«

Rendering visible what is nonexistent

Book Launch and Exhibition Opening
Mapping Holes
by Ulrich Strothjohann

Thursday, July 14th 2016, 6pm–8pm

Adamski Berlin, Gallery for Contemporary Art
Straußberger Platz 3, 10243 Berlin Details »

June 23, 2016

Exhibition

Exhibition "Pioniere des Comic. Eine andere Avantgarde"

Spectacular, large, and in color—these traits helped the comics conquer an audience from 1897 onward. Regardless of education or social class, readers were fascinated by the new visual medium they saw every day in American newspapers. Hatje Cantz’s Comic Pioneers: A Different Kind of Avant-Garde is the first comprehensive survey of the early days of comic culture. Details »

Fotoblog July

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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