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October 15, 2019

Spring Program 2020

Spring Program 2020

Are you curious what the next year has in store for you? Browse our spring program 2020 today!  Details »

October 8, 2019

Frankfurt Book Fair 2019

Frankfurt Book Fair 2019

Endless inspiration? You will certainly find this at the Frankfurter Buchmesse and at our new booth D20 in Hall 3.0.
Save the date: October 16—20, 2019 Details »

September 16, 2019

Jochen Raiß: Polar Bears | Book Presentation in Hamburg

Jochen Raiß: Polar Bears | Book Presentation in Hamburg

After the bestsellers Women on Trees and More Women on Trees, a new fascinating series by the collector Jochen Raiß is now being released with a presentation in Hamburg on October 8: People in polar bear costumes. Details »

September 12, 2019

Fred Herzog (1930–2019)

Fred Herzog was born in Stuttgart in September 1930 and lived in Vancouver since the 1950s. He is regarded as one of the early pioneers of color photography. On Monday, Fred Herzog died shortly before his 89th birthday.  Details »

September 10, 2019

Events of our artists in September in Berlin

Events of our artists in September in Berlin

In September there are various opportunities to see our artists live in Berlin: during the POSITIONS Art Fair, the art berlin contemporary or the Friends with Books! Details »

Fotoblogger Aktuell EN

Spring 2020 Preview

Spring 2020: Discover unusual and artistic books about art, photography, and architecture


Interview with Jean Molitor

From Bremen to Burundi, the photographer Jean Molitor’s goal is to create an archive of modern global architecture. To satisfy his Bauhaus enthusiasm, he’ll risk being arrested from time to time.

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Portrait of the Artist

Sean Scully is considered one of the most prominent painters of our time, and hardly any other painter has pursued the exploration of contemporary abstract painting as he has. And yet, his art is rooted in figurative painting.

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