i suppose this window in berlin wedding was a trap set up for photographers – and i fell into it…
berlin neukölln, @ the excellent Kathrin Sonntag exhibition in the kindl centre for contemporary art, 2018
some more impressions from ‘almost alive’, kunsthalle tübingen, 2018
poznań, poland, 2018
reflection of art, berlin friedrichshain, 2018
berlin friedrichshain, 2018
we’ve visited our first two* 2018 photography exhibitions this weekend and the second one really excelled: ‘blick verschiebung’ (‘shifting perspectives’) in schloss biesdorf in berlin marzahn.
its central topics are the tectonic shifts that happened on all human levels in eastern germany shortly before but mainly after the fall of the wall. featured are the works of 22 photographers among them some very well known photographers like Arno Fischer, Thomas Zielony or the always wonderful Ulrich Wüst. my personal favourites have been the series by Seiichi Furuya, Ludwig Rauch and Ingeborg Ullrich, though. new names to me, nice!
the exhibition is still running until april 8th and it is absolutely recommended not only because of the really really good photography but also for the nice surroundings of schloss biesdorf which also sports a very nice cafeteria.
*just in case you wonder what the other exhibition was: the sony world photography awards exhibition in the Willy Brandt Haus in kreuzberg. also a very nice exhibition but clearly second place this weekend :-)
la biennale (arte) di venezia is one of the world’s largest exhibitions of contemporary art. and if this wasn’t already a good enough reason to go there it takes place in the great city of venice. after visiting documenta 14 this year in kassel we went further down to italy and had a great stay in the venetian lagoon. and of course we went off to see the biennale.
the biennale is all over the place in venice! the city is full with public art in public places (the so-called collaterals). the two main sites of the biennale are the giardini (the gardens) and the arsenale (the former giant shipyard of venice erected in the 14th century), though and you have to pay for entry there.
the following pictures are mostly from these two main sites and offer a small glimpse into the spectacular stuff that is shown there. and maybe they can even convey a little bit of the fantastic atmosphere.
the biennale is ongoing until the 26th of november 2017, so there’s still almost a month to go.
otherwise see you there in 2019 :)
berlin, mitte, 2017
hey, we’ve found a (old) harry gelb while visiting documenta 14 in kassel in july.
one of the pictures from my ‘container love’ exhibition that btw. is still ongoing until 23rd february 2017 at the freiluftgalerie in berlin friedrichshain :-)
a house in cologne ehrenfeld. unfortunately i haven’t found any information on the artist. so if you can help out please do it in the comment section below :)
yes, it’s an actual spiderweb and not something metaphorical this time :)
from the tomás saraceno exhibition in the k21 ständehaus in düsseldorf.
these spiderwebs are actually not the main attraction but a giant steel wire net in three levels about 25 meters above the ground that you can climb into if you don’t have a problem with getting a bit of vertigo… i found it to be a lot of fun.
some excellent street photography (and of course other carrying people) can be found just one click away at https://125tel.wordpress.com/
this was shot in düsseldorf some weeks ago.
this is a detail of the sculpture tiger&turtle – magic mountain by heike mutter and ulrich genth in duisburg. i liked the backdrop a lot.
or at least not really hieroglyphs… found at waterlooplein station, amsterdam. this is an artwork by dutch artist martijn engelbregt.