The exhibition shows 21 photographic works by the Bad Homburg-based photo artist Vero Bielinski as a cross-section of her series Brooklyn Hipsters and DIVERSITY. In her hipster series from 2012/13, which was also published as an artist book, she portrays an urban, superficial and consumer-oriented subculture, full of a longing for individuality, while the protagonists of her DIVERSITY series play with outdated role models and gender clichés — an “in between”, that goes beyond socially ingrained stereotypes and lights up in the pictures in a refreshingly natural way.
14 September 2022 – 8 October 2022
On 14 September at 6 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist is present.
The Studio exhibition presents nine photo portraits of female models taken by Giuseppe Lo Schiavo, Alexa Meade, Beto Ruiz Alonso, Magdalena Wosinska and Laura Zalenga.
30 June 2022 – 30 July 2022
On 30 June at 6 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery.
Since her worldwide breakthrough in 2010, the American artist Alexa Meade (b. 1986) has fascinated with her special technique that challenges the perception: She doesn‘t paint on canvas but paints what she sees on the objects themselves, thus becoming an interpretation of themselves. In addition, there‘s no visible break line between the models or painted objects and the surrounding space in the photographic image, creating the illusion of a two-dimensional, self-contained image surface. In her seventh exhibition curated by Ingo Seufert Gallery, a total of 21 fine art prints in the street art style will be presented, including a previously unseen work from 2012.
30 March 2022 – 30 April 2022
The gallery is closed on Good Friday, April 15th, 2022.
On 30 March at 6 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery.
The three photo artists gathered in this exhibition – Stefan Schumacher, Sebastian Weise and Käthe deKoe – are connected by photography in urban and landscape space. The more than 40 works combine some motifs that have already been presented in previous exhibitions and numerous new works from 2019 to 2021 that are being presented here for the first time.
2. February 2022 – 26 February 2022
On 2 February at 5 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. 2G applies in the rooms of the gallery, as do the usual mask and distance rules. We ask for absolute compliance! The artists Stefan Schumacher and Käthe deKoe are present.
At the end of the exhibition year, the Gallery for Contemporary Photography is devoting a studio exhibition to black and white photography or image motifs. The ten selected works by seven artists – Josef Karl, Giuseppe Lo Schiavo, Alexander Magedler, Alexa Meade, Valentina Murabito, Ugo Ricciardi, Nobuyuki Taguchi – not only combine a conscious examination of the aesthetic possibilities of a color scale reduced to gray values, but also the inclusion of the technical requirements of the black and white process in the image design.
2 December 2021 – 15 January 2022
In view of the current pandemic situation, there will be no vernissage.
The exhibition presents 23 works by eight artists on the subject of the female nude. The viewer is asked to explore which modes the positions gathered here use to justify the claim to art that goes beyond the mere representation of an unclothed body. In addition to the fine art prints already shown in previous exhibitions, there are also four new works to discover.
6 October 2021 – 23 October 2021
On 6 October at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. Please follow the 3G rule. The artists Josef Karl and Korbinian Vogt are present.
The Munich photographer Diemut von Funck, who trained at the Prague Photo School in Linz/Austria, shows seven works that celebrate the lightness of summer — sea, rolling fields, a café by the lake, orchids – and, due to their formal independence, invite the viewer to a cognitive as well as emotional discussion.
8 July 2021 – 31 July 2021
On 8 July beginning at 6 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist is present.
The official distance and hygiene rules apply.
The Süddeutsche Zeitung called the Berlin-based photo artist Valentina Murabito (born 1981 in Giarre/Sicily) „alchemist“ because she developed a new chemical process in the darkroom creating analog photographs of fantastic beings. Her second exhibition in our gallery is mainly dedicated to the group of works “Bestiarium”: Based on the 16 exhibited works from the years 2019 to 2021, it becomes clear that Murabito is transferring endangered animals into the world of mythical creatures and the imagination — the last place assigned to them if no protective measures are taken to preserve their habitat.
28 May 2021 – 3 July 2021
Barbara Weigand, owner of the IOSOY brand, is launching an artist edition of her couture series Easyglam at the opening of the 2021 season. The first Artist Edition was created together with the photo artist Diemut von Funck, whose high-contrast and color-intensive double-exposed photographs were transferred to fabric. These take the viewer into light-drenched sceneries in parks and gardens. The transparency and color of the plant motifs are reminiscent of the representation of sensual nature experiences in French Impressionism and Japonism. In addition to selected pieces from the Easyglam Couture series, the exhibition will also show nine large-format fine art prints by Diemut von Funck.
22 July 2020 – 25 July 2020
On 22 July beginning at 5 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The official distance and hygiene rules apply. Diemut von Funck and Barbara Weigand are present.
Since her global breakthrough in 2010, Alexa Meade has been one of the shooting stars of the American art scene, with exhibitions and performances in all international art metropolises. Her special technique of using acrylic paint to transform her models into flat, two-dimensional images of themselves, and thus to create a painterly interpretation of them on their own surface, has inspired and fascinated people all over the world. In her sixth solo exhibition curated by the Gallery for Contemporary Photography, Munich, 19 highlights from the Munich exhibitions from 2014, 2016 and 2018 are shown, plus four new works from the years 2017 to 2019.
14 May 2020 – 18 July 2020
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, it is not possible to hold a vernissage. Likewise, due to the current travel restrictions, the artist cannot take part in the exhibition personally. We kindly ask our valued customers and friends to visit the exhibition with a face mask during normal opening hours, best spread over the week. Four visitors are allowed to be in the gallery at the same time. All door handles in the gallery are regularly disinfected.
Like hardly anywhere else in the world, in the city of Pripyat close to Chernobyl belief in progress and apocalyptic doom collide in vehement immediacy. In 2017, Peter Untermaierhofer had the opportunity to take photos over five days in officially accessible as well as in normally closed buildings and facilities within the military-controlled restricted area. In addition to seven large-format works that were created in Pripyat / Chernobyl, the exhibition will also showcase 12 fine art prints of other lost-place photographs that have not previously been shown in the gallery.
9 January 2020 – 22 February 2020
On 9 January beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist is present.
ALOIS SPÄTH HUMAN NATURE
The Berlin-based sound and photo artist Alois Späth elucidates the relationship of the individual to the natural foundations of life in the context of a progressive environmental destruction caused by man. Prints, LED light boxes, several small LED illuminated tiles, video loops with scrolling textures as well as sound surface compositions and installations are one exhibit.
29 November 2019 – 28 December 2019
Opening times on Christmas:
Saturday, 21 December 2019, 11-3pm
Thursday, 26 December 2019 on request
Friday, 27 December 2019, 2-7pm
Saturday, 28 December 2019, 11-3pm
On 29 November beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist is present.
A “photographic narrative” that accompanies a jazz musician in his everyday life together with his thoughts and longings — Vinzenz Löffler has been floating this idea for many years and finally realized it together with the Munich author Sebastian Flecker, who plays the figure of jazz pianist Blum in his texts brought to life. For the exhibition, a selection of 15 black-and-white images from the publication “JazzBallade” was made, supplemented by three colored concert impressions.
05 November 2019 – 12. November 2019
On 05 November beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artists are present.
On 07 November beginning at 7 p.m. we cordially invite you to a reading by the author Sebastian Flecker, supported by pianist Max Hanft and moderated by Ulli Habersetzer. Admission is free.
The exhibition offers an artistic view of a wide variety of yoga exercises. The āsana as a “rhythmic form of sensation” is the result of a creative process, carried out by Heinz Grill and photographed by Martin Sinzinger. The āsana becomes an aesthetic form, a sculpture, a created sensation in which man is creatively engaged.
9 October 2019 – 1 November 2019
On 9 October beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist is present.
BABYLON BERLIN, PHOTOGRAPHED BY JOACHIM GERN
Joachim Gern’s photographs, taken on the set of BABYLON BERLIN, are artistically free works and claim their own photographic world in Berlin of 1929, recreated for the film. Gern’s productions penetrate to the core of the portrayed, exposing their innards. With the help of facial expressions and habitus, costume and mask, scene design and light, he creates individuals whose aura reaches beyond their story told in the film.
6 June 2019 – 20 July 2019
On 6 June beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist is present.
The Gallery for Contemporary Photography is delighted to be showing the work of Dusseldorf artist PLATUX for the first time. A selection of 14 works has been made, containing series such as the City Art Collection, which is dedicated to major cities around the world, the Royal & Castle Collection or Nature Art, all of which are produced in short runs. The artist plays a variety of high-quality materials, such as elaborate fine art prints with acrylic glass sealing, light art works, as well as the room acoustics improving Canvas ArtSorber, or exquisite art on mother-of-pearl.
2 May 2019 – 29 May 2019
On 2 May beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist is present.
Obviously by magic, photo artist Valentina Murabito – born 1981 in Giarre/Sicilly and based in Berlin – generates grotesque, absurd and surreal motifs, printed by herself on concrete blocks, wood, steel and walls. The 16 exhibited analog photographs combine fiction and reality, ancient myths and political philosophy, art and biopolitics and are all unique.
4 April 2019 – 28 April 2019
On 28 April 2019, the gallery is open from 11am to 3pm
On 4 April beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
Six artists of the Gallery for Contemporary Photography – Diemut von Funck, Loreen Hinz, Giuseppe Lo Schiavo, Stefan Schumacher, Korbinian Vogt, Sebastian Weise – present new photographic works not yet shown in Munich. They have in common that they visualize a new reality through image details or lighting, from which the photographed object emerges as an abstraction or staging and thereby receives a new level of meaning.
7 February 2019 – 23 March 2019
On 7 February beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artists will be present.
Together with the book presentation “28 Years of United Photo Press Creative Artists 1990–2018″ the Portugal-based agency United Photo Press shows 25 works by 18 international artists. The aim of United Photo Press is to bring together the creative potential of artists from all countries, regardless of ethnicity, religion or gender, and to engage in dialogue with the diverse motives, techniques and materials.
10 January 2019 – 19 January 2019
On 10 January beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception and book presentation at the gallery. Some of the artist will be present.
The Los Angeles-based artist Alexa Meade (b. 1986) has been causing a worldwide sensation since 2010 through her unique technique of transforming objetcs and models into flat, two-dimensional images of themselves. Her third solo exhibition at the Gallery for Contemporary Photography, Munich, focuses on works from the years 2016–2017, but there are also a few fine art prints from her early work on exhibit, not yet shown in Munich.
20 September 2018 – 5 January 2019
Open at Christmas and New Year: 18.–22.12., 27.–29.12.2018, 02.–05.01.2019
On 20 September beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
The 25 photo works assembled in this duplicate exhibition by Elke Zückert (born 1965) from Augsburg and Sebastian Weise (born 1975) from Sondershausen/Thuringia investigate internal forms of a painful vision, give them room to materialisation and guide the viewer into an encrypted, very personal world.
6 June 2018 – 28 July 2018
On 6 June beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
The Turin-based photographer Ugo Ricciardi (born 1975) transforms familiar places into magical visions in which darkness and moonlight provide the background for mysterious photographs. The result is “Nightscapes”, a world that oscillates between reality and dream and is characterized by shadows and indifferent light in which the staging dominates. Look forward to 21 fine art prints of this series, exhibited in Germany for the first time.
22 March 2018 – 19 May 2018
On 22 March beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
In cooperation with the Ingo Seufert Gallery, BASF Schwarzheide presents the largest ever showcase of works by the American artist Alexa Meade (* 1986), who has been causing a worldwide sensation since 2010 through her unique technique of transforming real people and objects into two-dimensional pictorial surfaces through illusionistic painting. The exhibition will show 75 fine art prints from all phases and genres of her work, as well as numerous original painted objects.
9 February 2018 – 8 April 2018
On 9 February beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the Kulturhaus of BASF Schwarzheide GmbH, Schipkauer Straße 1, 01987 Schwarzheide (the Kulturhaus is located left of Gate no. 2). The artist will be present.
„Korean Dreams” by the Canadian photographer Nathalie Daoust (born 1977) is a complex series, alienated by experimental techniques. Her images, of which 25 will be on exhibit, probe the mysterious world of North Korea and reveal a country that seems to exist outside of time, as a carefully choreographed mirage.
18 January 2018 – 17 March 2018
On 18 January beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery.
This year, the Gallery for Contemporary Photography will be taking part at the ART Innsbruck art fair for the first time. Look forward to 19 works by Alexa Meade (USA), Giuseppe Lo Schiavo (UK) and Stefan Schumacher (D). You will find us in hall A at booth F/07.
24 January 2018 – 28 January 2018
Opening hours of the art fair:
Wednesday, 24 January: 5:30pm VIP Preview, 7:30pm opening — by invitation only
Thursday, 25 January: 11 — 7 pm
Friday, 26 January: 11 — 7 pm
Saturday, 27 January: 11 — 7 pm
Sunday, 28 January: 11 — 5 pm
Photo artist and social-media sensation Laura Zalenga (b. 1990) from Biberach a. d. Riß, shows 22 works from all phases of her work, with a special focus on the series “Fairy Tales” and “Mirrors.” The exhibition will be supplemented by six new works by Munich photographer Korbinian Vogt (b. 1995), which were recently taken before the unique natural backdrop of Greenland.
21 September 2017 – 5 January 2018
On 21 September beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artists will be present.
This year, the Gallery for Contemporary Photography takes part again at the ARTMUC art fair in Munich, located on the Prater island in the Isar river. Look forward to 10 works by Alexa Meade, Loreen Hinz and Korbinian Vogt. You will find us in the Füllhalle at booth F009.
19 October 2017 – 22 October 2017
Opening hours of the art fair:
Thursday, 19 October: 6 – 10 pm
Friday, 20 October: 12 – 8 pm
Saturday, 21 October: 12 – 8 pm
Sunday, 22 October: 12 – 6 pm
ina otzko . alois späth
This double exhibition brings the landscape photographs of Norwegian artist Ina Otzko, who has now made southern Italy her home, together with those of Berlin sound artist Alois Späth. Whereas Otzko, in her project LEVIATHAN, approaches a sleeping volcano by means of Polaroid photography and enters into a discourse about man’s civilizing responsibility toward natural resources, Späth makes use of pictures of water and a tree as an opportunity for an aesthetic reinterpretation of that which is found at hand.
20 June 2017 – 29 July 2017
On 20 June beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The zither duo Sarah and Tabea Wurmer, Munich, will be performing the compositio „spheres & associations“ by Alois Späth for zither and elektronics. The artist Alois Späth will be present.
The double exhibition “Staging of the Female Body,” through 24 limited fine-art prints, presents the photographic positions of Loreen Hinz and Korbinian Vogt, both of whom are devoted to the staging of the female body.
2 May 2017 – 13 June 2017
On 2 May beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist Korbinian Vogt will be present.
Using this exhibition title, the Munich artist programmatically describes the discussion surrounding our understanding of models of sender and receiver and the dysfunctionality of our systems of reference in general. It’s that civilization-critical access which combines the four photo series „The Message“ (2014/17), „Significance“ (2016), „I am here, awaiting“ (2006/16) and „Retable 2012“ (2012), presented within an exhibition for the first time. 10.03.2017 – 29.04.2017 On 10 March beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present. The evening’s musical accompaniment will be provided by Dan Familiar (Country Blues Noir). ►Click here for more information about the show
A group exhibition of 21 international photographers featuring 27 works portraying London model Vincent Littlehat in many different ways. Alessio Albi, Eylül Aslan, Julian Baker, Riccardo Bandiera, Martin Valentin Fuchs, Steffen Galan, Rico Grund, Shu-Wei Huang, Alexander Klang, Alexander Magedler, Selina Mayer, Aliocha Merker, Beto Ruiz Alonso, Sasha Stamatovski, Michael Stern, Christian Strahl, Nobuyuki Taguchi, Olaf Unverzart, Alexander Urban, Korbinian Vogt and Laura Zalenga are represented.
27 January 2017 – 7 March 2017
On 27 January beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. Vincent Littlehat and some of the artists will be present.
Solo show of the celebrated American artist from Los Angeles, presenting 23 of her works, which have not been seen yet before either in Germany or in another show.
29 September 2016 – 7 January 2017
On 29 September beginning at 6 pm the artist will be performing a live painting with the famous London-based model Vincent Littlehat, the exhibition opens at 8 pm. All are invited to the opening reception at the gallery.
The ZDF heute journal has reported about this exhibition. Please click here.
Opening times during Christmas Holidays: December 19–23, 2016: 2–7 pm December 27–30, 2016: 2–7 pm December 31, 2016: 11–3 pm January 2–5, 2017: 2–7 pm January 7, 2017: 11–3 pm
The group show of artists represented by the gallery features 21 known and unknown works. Additionally, guest artist Laura Ofenreiter introduces two of her photographs.
13 September 2016 – 27 September 2016
On 13 September beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. Sound artist Alois Späth will provide musical accompaniment for the evening.
Solo show of the London-based southern Italian artist. In this exhibition will be presented eight small-, medium– and large-sized works and one installation of the latest series „Wind Sculptures“ (2014/15), using an emergency blanket that incessantly transforms into an unpredictable sculpture created by the wind.
16 June 2016 – 30 July 2016
On 16 June beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
The Burghausen-based photographer Peter Untermaierhofer (born 1983) has — for several years already — documented such desolate places that, only considered by many as “eyesores”, are thought-provoking about beauty and transience. Nineteen impressive works by Peter Untermaierhofer will be on view, having been shot within the last few years in Germany, Austria, Belgium, France and Italy.
10 May 2016 – 14 June 2016
On 10 May beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artists will be present.
This year, for the first time, the Gallery for Contemporary Photography takes part at the ARTMUC art fair in Munich, located on the Prater island in the Isar river. Look forward to 19 works by Diemut von Funck, Stefan Schumacher, Alois Späth and Julia Thalhofer. You will find us in hall C, booth H.
2 June 2016 – 5 June 2016 Opening hours of the art fair: Thursday, 2 June: 7pm – 10:30 pm Friday, 3 June: 12 – 8 pm Saturday, 4 June: 12 – 8 pm Sunday, 5 June: 12 – 6 pm ►Click here for more information about the art fair
This year, for the first time, the Gallery for Contemporary Photography takes part at the STROKE art fair in Munich, located on the Prater island in the Isar river. Look forward to works by Tadao Cern, Sonja Herpich, Loreen Hinz, Josef Karl, Giuseppe Lo Schiavo and Alexa Meade. You will find us in the Füllhalle, booth A2.
4 May 2016 – 8 May 2016 Opening hours of the art fair: Wednesday, 4 May: 7 – 10 pm Thursday, 5 May: 12 – 10 pm Friday, 6 May: 12 – 10 pm Saturday, 7 May: 12 – 10 pm Sunday, 8 May: 12 – 6 pm ►Click here for more information about the art fair
Steffi Pusch (born 1965) from East Essex, United Kingdom and Käthe deKoe (born 1984) from Munich address landscape photography through their varying positions. A selection of 13 images from Pusch’s four series titled “The Swimmer,” “The Open Sky Above,” “In The Gap Between Thoughts,” and “Rural England” are opposite deKoe’s six shots of Munich and its vicinity. What they have in common is that both artists ask the viewer for an emotional interpretation, in which the viewer is invited upon a voyage of discovery based upon their own completely personal views on city, nature, and landscape.
10 March 2016 – 30 April 2016
On 10 March beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artists will be present.
ROBERT KESSLER social kinetic art
Solo show of the Aschaffenburg-based artist Robert Kessler (born 1956). His work is defined as “Social Kinetic Art” wherein the single artwork is acting as an initiator to processes of personal and social movement, communication, reflection, and transformation. 13 photo prints and eleven objects will be on view, many of them for the first time.
10 February 2016 – 8 March 2016
On 10 February beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
The Munich-based artist Josef Karl (born 1974) integrates both his model’s personal identification cards and passports as well as their genetic material into his photographs in order to convey each piece of art as unique and permanently establish the portrayed sitter as an individual. In addition to selected works from the famous series „Beauty Conservation“ (2011) and „hIDE“ (2013) ), six mixed-media assemblages from the new series „iDNA“ (2015) will be on view for the first time in this comprehensive exhibition.
7 January 2016 – 6 February 2016
On 7 January beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
In 19 photographic works the Thuringian artist Sebastian Weise (born 1975) looks into places of memory. He embarks upon a search for reference points to the present moment that have been in part combined and superimposed. Through this, Weise’s concept of home is not static. He constantly explores new terrain, photographically appropriating it and depicting in such a way that he remains associate to the location through the image. The artist uses the term ‘hood’ to mean first and foremost what is being exposed and deciphered from clues of the past. Typical examples of this are seen in the series “Aesthetics of Surrender” as well as in a series featuring abandoned swimming pools located in the present time in central Germany that satirizes Ed Ruscha’s famous “Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass.”
5 November 2015 – 5 January 2016 On 5 November beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present. ►Click here for more information about the show
The works of Munich photographers Diemut von Funck (born 1952) and Stefan Schumacher (born 1960) are juxtaposed in a group exhibition. By means of a generated motion blur, Funck’s predominately large-format works enter into a fascinating dialogue with Schumacher’s puristic, architectural photographs.
7 October 2015 – 3 November 2015
On 7 October beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artists will be present.
Five of the Gallery for Contemporary Photography’s artists address the event known as “Oktoberfest” and present their very own perspectives on the world’s largest folk festival.
alois späth: no stories / koane g’schichtln
The Berlin-based sound artist Alois Späth (born 1972) presents two experimental and digitally manipulated photos in LED light boxes and light frames, as well as two sound installations created with items from IKEA.
12 September 2015 – 4 October 2015
Changes in opening hours from 23 until 29 September: Tuesday-Friday 3 – 6:30 pm, Saturday 11 – 2 pm, closed on Monday 28 September
On 12 September beginning at 7 pm all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artists Sonja Herpich, Käthe deKoe, Julia Thalhofer and Alois Späth will be present.
After successful exhibitions in Los Angeles and London, the famous American advertising photographer Magdalena Wosinska presents 21 photo works in Munich from her series “Nudes” that are staged with her as the nude in breathtaking landscapes.
28 May 2015 – 30 July 2015
On 28 May beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
It will be possible to acquire Magdalena Wosinska’s current artist’s book “The Experience Vol. 1″. During the opening she will be present to provide a personal inscription!
On 12 June 2015 the opening of my gallery at the new location Schleißheimer Straße 44, 80333 Munich, marks the first time. On this occasion, selected works of all solo shows will be presented from 12 to 20 June. Look forward to works by Ina Otzko, Alexa Meade, Loreen Hinz, Tadao Cern, Giuseppe Lo Schiavo, Sonja Herpich, Julia Thalhofer and Eva Gantar. The current show “JOHN BALDESSARI, WILL YOU CURATE MY SHOW?” by Magdalena Wosinska is still open.
12 June 2015 – 20 June 2015
On 12 June beginning at 6 p.m. all are invited to celebrate this anniversary!
The Viennese artist presents 20 photographs from the three series “Crossroads”, “Vacation” and “Breakfast”, whose subjects are locations with peculiar synergies between leisure and industry.
23 April 2015 – 26 May 2015
On 23 April beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
Studio exhibition of the Munich performance artist consisting of 4 video works and 10 photographs.
9 April 2015 – 21 April 2015
On 9 April beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present. Introductory lecture by the Munich authoress Bettina Blumenberg, lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich
julia thalhofer › possible.
Solo show of the Bavarian artist with 14 prints and 140 original Polaroids, mostly taken in central and southeastern Asia. There the Polaroids were exposed to an intense chemical transformation process under the influence of light, heat and extreme air humidity. Once in this process the respective ideal states were reached, Thalhofer fixed them by creating a high resolution scan file as basis for digital prints.
22 January – 28 March 2015
On 22 January beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
The show has been extended until April 7, 2015!
Solo show of the London-based Italian artist. In cooperation with the Burning Giraffe Art Gallery Turin the three internationally well-known series “Levitation” (2011/2014), “In Vivo” (2013) and “Art Currency” (2014) will be shown in the exhibition.
11 December 2014 – 20 January 2015
On 11 December beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
As a photographer for the MUH magazine and a cunning chronicler of the Bavarian lifestyle, Herpich is an integral part of Munich’s arts and cultural scene. Her photographs are now on view in her first a solo exhibition.
30 October 2014 – 9 December 2014
On 30 October beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
TADAO CERN – COMFORT ZONE
Solo exhibition featuring the artist from Vilnius, Lithuania. In 24 large-format photographs, Tadao Cern explores the beach as a social location where the uninhibited and individual lifestyle transforms into an arranged portrait full of the bizarre.
25 September 2014 – 28 October 2014
On 25 September beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
Solo show of the photographer from Leipzig, Saxony. On display are partially unpublished photographies of a body of work, started in 2010, that is stylistically indebted to pictorialism and the Old Masters without copying them, creating an independent visual reality through careful composition and deliberate blur.
31 July 2014 – 2 September 2014
On 31 July beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
Solo show of the American artist. The focus of this exhibition is the famous series „Milk: what will you make of me?“, created in 2012 together with actress and performance artist Sheila Vand.
12 June 2014 – 29 July 2014
On 12 June beginning at 8 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present.
INA OTZKO — LONGING & BELONGING
Solo show of the Norwegian artist with 22 new works and one neon installation.
1 February 2014 – 22 February 2014
On 1 February beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. The artist will be present. Guest performance: PARKDECK (A. Späth & K. Wenk) – Going to YOU.
The show has been extended until 25 March 2014!
Opening exhibition of the Gallery for Contemporary Photography.
With 27 works by Käthe deKoe, Jana Erb, Verena Frensch, Eva Gantar, Sonja Herpich, Loreen Hinz, Robert Kessler, Giuseppe Lo Schiavo, Alexa Meade, Ina Otzko, Steffi Pusch, Julia Thalhofer, David Waldman, Sebastian Weise, Laura Zalenga.
21 November 2013 — 18 January 2014
On 21 November 2013 beginning at 7 p.m. all are invited to the opening reception at the gallery. Several artists will be present.
The show has been extended until 28 January 2014!
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