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Galerie Springer Berlin

FAIRIES - KATHRIN LINKERSDORFF

24 Apr 2021 – 25 Sep 2021

Zum ersten Mal präsentiert die Galerie Springer Berlin Arbeiten der Künstlerin und Fotografin Kathrin Linkersdorff in einer Einzelausstellung mit Arbeiten aus ihrer neuen Serie Fairies. Linkersdorff ist geprägt durch die japanische Philosophie des Wabi-Sabi, in der die Schönheit von Unvollkommenheit und Vergänglichkeit gepriesen wird. Barbara Esch-Marowski, Leiterin des Haus am Kleistpark, hatte die Künstlerin vor einigen Wochen folgendermaßen beschrieben: »In ihrer bestechenden Klarheit erinnern ihre Arbeiten an die Pflanzenfotografien von Karl Blossfeldt und in ihrer Ästhetik an die Bilder von Edward Weston. Kommt man in ihr Atelier, würde man nicht denken, es sei ein Fotoatelier. Sich stapelnde Pappkisten bergen ein Archiv von trocknenden Pflanzen. Der Beginn ihrer Arbeit ist ein langwieriges und mühevolles Behandeln stets fragiler werdender Blumen. Über Monate werden sie aufgehängt, gedreht, entstaubt und wieder gewendet – um in erdachten Formen fragil zu erstarren. Das Wesen ihrer Arbeitsweise ist ein analoges. Lange hat sie auf Filmmaterial mit einer Hasselblad fotografiert und noch heute arbeitet Linkersdorff ausschließlich mit gezielt eingesetztem Tageslicht. Im präzise inszenierten Moment der Fotografie wird der schwindende Augenblick von Vergänglichkeit in seiner vollen Schönheit eingefroren. Doch erst im anschließenden Zusammenspiel mit dem aufwendigen Prozess der weiteren Verarbeitung und einem fein justierten Druck, findet das Bild seinen vollkommenen Ausdruck und vermag den beseelten Moment der Aufnahme widerzuspiegeln.« Mit freundlicher Unterstützung: Über die Fotografin: Kathrin Linkersdorff, 1966 in Berlin geboren, schloss 1996 ihr Architekturstudium an der TU Cottbus ab. Sie studierte an der Berlage Universität in Amsterdam und an der Bartlett Universität in London. Im Anschluss arbeitete sie alsArchitektin in Tokyo, bevor sie dort japanische Tuschemalerei studierte. In Berlin absolvierte sie 2006- 2007 ihr Studium der Fotografie an der »Schule für Fotografie am Schiffsbauerdamm« bei Robert Lyons. Seit 2012 ist sie von Berlin aus international als freie Künstlerin tätig. Mehr Informationen unter: http://www.kathrinlinkersdorff.com Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Neustart Kultur / Stiftung Kulturfonds For the first time, Galerie Springer Berlin is presenting works by the artist and photographer Kathrin Linkersdorff in a solo exhibition featuring photographs from her new series "Fairies". Linkerdorff is influenced by the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, which extols the beauty of imperfection and transience. Barbara Esch Marowski, director of the Haus am Kleistpark, described the artist a few weeks ago as follows: "In their captivating clarity, her works are reminiscent of the plant photographs of Karl Blossfeldt, and in their aesthetics of the paintings of Edward Weston. If you entered her studio, you would not think it was a photo studio. Stacking cardboard boxes house an archive of drying plants. The beginning of her work is lengthy and painstaking treatment of even more fragile flowers. For months, they hung up, turned over, dusted and turned over again – to solidify fragilely in imagined forms. The essence of her working method is analogue. For a long time she photographed on film material with a Hasselblad and even today Linkersdorff works exclusively with deliberately used daylight. In the precisely staged moment of photography, the fading moment of transience is frozen in its full beauty. But it is only in the subsequent interplay with the elaborate process of further processing and a finely adjusted print that the image finds its perfect expression and is able to reflect the soulful moment of the shot." Kathrin Linkersdorff, born in Berlin in 1966, completed her studies in architecture at the Technical at the TU Cottbus. She studied at the Berlage University in Amsterdam and at the Bartlett University in London. She then worked as an architect in Tokyo, before studying Japanese ink painting there. She completed her studies in photography at the »Schule für Fotografie am Schiffsbauerdamm« with Robert Lyons in 2006-2007. Since 2012 she has been working internationally as a freelance artist based in Berlin. Exhibition with the kind support of Neustart Kultur // Kunstfonds Bonn

HEITSCH GALLERY

SEPITOPIA

Mit der Ausstellung „SEPITOPIA“ präsentiert Slava Seidel ihre Werke in der VIRTUELLEN GALERIE der HEITSCH GALLERY. Titelgebend für die Ausstellung ist die durchlässige Grenze zwischen Realität und Phantasiewelt, die jedes von Slava Seidels Bildern durchzieht. Sie erlaubt es den Betrachtern wie auch der Künstlerin selbst, den Tatsachen des alltäglichen Lebens zu entfliehen, sich in einem Elfenbeinturm zu verschanzen. Die surreal-phantastischen Inszenierungen der russischstämmigen Malerin Slava Seidel bilden eine Welt zwischen Wahrheit und Illusion ab – kenternde Schiffe auf stürmischen Meeren, prunkvolle Barock-Kuppeln, die dem Himmel entgegenstreben, veritable Weltenlandschaften. Slava Seidels Zeichnungen in Sepiatusche gleichen traumhaften Sequenzen vor grandioser Architekturkulisse, die beim Betrachter ein Gefühl von Schwindel und Spannung auslösen. Die Künstlerin brilliert in der Darstellung der komplexesten Architekturformen und das trotz der anspruchsvollen Tuschetechnik, die keine späteren Korrekturen erlaubt. Seidels technische Präzision ist ebenso bemerkenswert wie ihr Talent zur Bildimagination, das uns in unbekannte, alternative Realitäten entführt. Die HEITSCH GALLERY bietet Ihren Kunden in der Galerie am Gärtnerplatz in München an nach Terminabsprache ein exklusives PRIVATE VIEWING vorzubereiten. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns unter info@heitschgallery.com

ART United

Highlights

24 Jan 2022 – 24 Mar 2022

Ich zeige hier einen Querschnitt aus meinen Ausstellungen

Menino Arts Center

The Drawing Exhibition, A Visible Mark: Expressive-Realistic-Symbolic

07 Feb 2022 – 03 Apr 2022

At its most basic, drawing is a visible mark. But it is also physical energy, a symbol, an expression, an inner form, an exploration, a kind of hypnotism, a visualized thought. Juror: http://www.scottbakal.com Scott Bakal

iP Gallery

iP Gallery 乙皮畫廊線上常態展

即日起乙皮實體空間整修中, 歡迎先行前往虛擬展間參觀。 線上框裱僅供參考,作品不定期更新, 更多展售與作品細節,歡迎洽詢乙皮畫廊

THE HOLY ART

CLASH - ROOM I

25 Jan 2022 – 31 Jan 2022

Michael Sole

Mountains

25 Jan 2022 – 25 May 2022

A selection of recent paintings inspired by snow and light in the mountains

Adrian Cann

Benches in the Landscape : North Wales & Anglesey

25 Jan 2022 – 25 Mar 2022

This is an ongoing project, started during the first lock down of March 2020, where I began photographing the many benches of Anglesey. In stark contrast to the norm of landscape photography, in these images I’m not waiting around for the best light or weather conditions and the compositions are very simple. My intention is to document the solitude and quite often the beauty of the view which the bench provides at that particular moment in time. Where possible I exclude any people in the photographs, in order for the viewer to be able to imagine themselves sat on the bench, deep in their own thoughts or in some cases being witness to some dramatic cloud formations.

Museo Franz Mayer

Moda en la Colección Franz Mayer

26 Jan 2022 – 26 Jan 2025

El interés por la vestimenta existe desde las civilizaciones antiguas. A lo largo de la historia, distintas culturas procedentes de todos los rincones de la Tierra han utilizado el vestido como una expresión estética en lo colectivo y en lo particular. En la rutina diaria del ser humano la acción de vestirse juega un papel protagónico. El contraste entre lo cotidiano y lo peculiar es lo que hizo que la moda llamara la atención y al patrocinio de un repertorio amplio de nobles, comerciantes, fabricantes, artesanos, académicos y militares. Su carácter multidisciplinario e interdisciplinario dio pie a un vasto número de avances industriales y sociales. Su alcance y capacidad de expandirse puso en marcha una serie de cambios profundos en la manera de vivir, trabajar y consumir. Por primera vez el Museo Franz Mayer exhibe al detalle 21 obras de su colección con una mirada orientada a la evolución de la moda desde el siglo XVI hasta los primeros años del siglo XX. Examina los diferentes estilos y complementos, así como la transformación de las siluetas. Recoge el sentido de identidad, la diversidad y el esplendor de las cortes europeas a la cabeza de la moda. Explora la mezcla de la indumentaria indígena con las tendencias españolas y francesas durante el México virreinal. Refleja las referencias cruzadas y la confluencia de materiales y técnicas gracias a la creciente comunicación e intercambio comercial con Asia a través de la Nao de China. La moda histórica desempeña un papel clave en la lectura y entendimiento del tejido social y la cultura cotidiana que nos precede. Refleja la individualidad del ser humano y permite examinar los cambios en el seno de la sociedad. La moda en la colección Franz Mayer es una primera revisión de distintas facetas y detalles selectos de la vestimenta y su desarrollo. El punto de partida para futuras exploraciones en un campo que permite ser analizado desde múltiples ángulos y distintas perspectivas.

Galerie Maurer

Limits of the Moment

28 Jan 2022 – 12 Mar 2022

Wenn Silke Schoener malt, kommt der Moment, in dem sie aufhört – der Rest bleibt weiß. Sie lässt in ihren Landschaftbildern alles aus, was sie für nicht wesentlich hält, nur hier und da weist ein schwacher Bleistiftstrich auf ein früheres Detail hin, das mehr offenbart hätte. Dennoch hat diese Leere eine Stimme, weit über die Abwesenheit von Inhalt hinaus. In Gedichten ist es selbstverständlich, dass auch die Leere spricht, ihre eigene Aussage macht, die den Text entscheidend prägt, verdichtet. So führt auch der weiße Raum in Silke Schoeners Bildern die Empfindungen und Gedanken der Betrachter weiter, über die rechteckige Oberfläche des Gemäldes hinaus. Sie folgen der Anziehung des nicht Gezeigten, Ungesagten, in unerschlossene Regionen, die einladen, den freien Raum mit eigenen Inhalten zu füllen, und sich eben dem doch zugleich verweigern mit feinen Implikationen, die auf Schnee oder Himmel, Feld oder Wasser hindeuten. Sie fordern die Betrachter auf zu kombinieren, zu vernetzen, in Beziehung zu setzen oder – mit etwas Mut – so zu belassen. Zweifellos hat Silke Schoener diesen Mut.

Ugo Ghini

Editor's Choice

01 Jan 2022 – 31 Mar 2022

This exhibition shows an exquisite selection of Ugo Ghini tear collages in a virtual environment. Ugo Ghini tears up artificially composed images and "undresses" them to the bone. These tears of paper become the color dots used to create a new composition. Deconstruction leads to new creation. The size of the base collages is about 20x30cm but the original prints are much more enlarged. This way the viewer discovers the richness of each art-work. Enjoy and be amazed!

galerie la corbata rosa

Photroglo - François Chauvin

28 Jan 2022 – 24 Apr 2022

Lumière sur la série "Photroglo" de l'artiste François Chauvin. Ici la projection permet à la photographie de toucher la matière par la lumière et les couleurs sur des surfaces minérales... MAGIQUE ! Découvrez la démarche de l'artiste autour de cette série : https://www.lacorbatarosa.com/scripts/files/61e06b2e0e4fe0.13514094/images-projetees-sur-pierres.pdf Retrouvez la page officielle de l'artiste, sa présentation et une large sélection de créations : https://www.lacorbatarosa.com/francois-chauvin.php

Parkinson's Art

Art of the Americas

Celebrating the creative works of artists living with Parkinson’s across Mexico, Central and South America.

Death Division

AI Generated Utopia

18 Jan 2022 – 22 Mar 2022

This is a collection of one of one ai generated art, Each piece will never be made again and you get full ownership of, I hope you enjoy this beautiful art. There will be a collaboration done with another AI artist for a free 1/1 for each holder of both collections.

Spektrum Foto

SPEKTRUM fotografiert in schwarz-weiß

17 Jan 2022 – 12 Feb 2022

Terese Andersson

63 by Terese Andersson

17 Jan 2022 – 14 Mar 2022

63 by Terese Andersson Art by Terese Andersson "Color extraordinaire and shape philosopher." -Field of marshal in art, Terese Andersson Music by French Fuse, Straight Fuse & Positive Fuse

Taymour Grahne Projects

Emil Robinson - Familiars

25 Jan 2022 – 15 Feb 2022

Galerie Kristine Hamann

Christian Hahn

Galerie Springer Berlin

NATURAL APPEARANCE

19 Oct 2021 – 29 Jan 2022

Galerie Springer Berlin is showing two series that have emerged independently of each other, but which are dedicated to the same theme, namely the appearance of nature. Both artists have used photography to capture the visible and the invisible in different ways. In the series Wo Fuchs und Hase (Where Fox and Hare), which Maria Jauregui Ponte has been working on since 2018, the gallery is showing pictures from a small location in Mecklenburg. The cycle deals with wild animals that share their living space with people. By day, they live withdrawn, distanced from human beings. As soon as it gets dark and residents have withdrawn to their houses, the animal world re-conquers the terrain. Maria Jauregui makes this reconquering visible with the help of a wildlife camera. In the daytime, the artist takes the camera with her as she searches for traces the animals have left behind in the night; in a setting that is characterised by industrial agriculture and only seemingly represents nature. Ortiz photographs the fascinating formations of swarms of starlings on the Basque Country’s Atlantic coast. Isolated from their natural background, they form dark specks on empty canvases. These structures or clusters are jointly coordinated by hundreds or thousands of creatures. They constitute an agile, unpredictable choreography in which the individual disappears. Ortiz captures this natural wonder with his camera and alienates it with technical sophistication. Maria Jauregui Ponte and Aitor Ortiz come from the Basque Country in Spain; Ortiz lives near Bilbao, Jauregui Ponte in Berlin and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. About Maria Jauregui Ponte: Maria Jauregui Ponte, born in the Basque Country in 1972, has been living and working in Berlin since 1996. She is a self-taught photographer and honed her skills in internships and assistantships before studying at the New School for Photography, graduating in 2012. Ponte sees photography as a testing ground, offering her a variety of opportunities for expression. The tension between coincidence and control forms part of her approach. Since 2000, she has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Germany and Europe, including at the Haus am Kleistpark, the Fotohaus ParisBerlin and the Rencontres d'Arles 2017 (solo exhibitions) and at the Opelvillen, Rüsselsheim (group exhibition). About Aitor Ortiz: Born in Bilbao in 1971, Aitor Ortiz is one of the best-known Spanish photographers. His work has been shown in numerous major museums in Europe, Asia and America, in both group and solo exhibitions. His major solo exhibitions include: Museo Universidad de Navarra (2018), Fotografiska Stockholm (2012), Sala Canal de Isabel II, Madrid (2012), Museo Guggenheim, Bilbao (2011). The book published by Hatje Cantz in 2011 is an important monograph on his work, which has been lauded by critics and honoured with numerous awards. His works are included in many different collections, including: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Fundación La Caixa, AXA. Belgium, IVAM. Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno, Norman Foster Collection and many others. Supported by: Neustart Kultur, Stiftung Kunstfonds

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