Exhibitions at Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art
Graduates and master students of the class of Joachim Brohm, HGB Leipzig / AbsolventInnen und MeisterschülerInnen der Klasse Joachim Brohm, HGB Leipzig
Photography is the most popular image medium of our times: posted, liked and quickly forgotten again.
Artistic practice is its polar opposite. An engagement with reality through the medium of photography inevitably demands working on an image, starting with its construction. An image comes into being not only in the moment of exposure, but rather acquires significance and creates new relationships through time, circulation, and form. The positions from the class of Prof. Joachim Brohm at the… more
David Lynch, Katharina Grosse, Jörg Immendorff, Dennis Hopper, Ringo Starr – stars from the worlds of film, fashion, music, and art – Michael Dannenmann has portrayed them all.
The power of his expressive portraits lies in the photographer's sense of how to capture what is essential about a human being in a second, how to let something personal shine through. The images are a skillful interplay of planning and spontaneity. He only creates a setting and leaves his sitter… more
Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art is presenting the work of the international pioneer of video art, Fabrizio Plessi, for the first time at the Düsseldorf Photo Weekend 2017 in two exhibitions. Both exhibitions focus on the natural element of water that is the central theme of his artistic work.
The exhibition "Utopia Liquida", with selected photographs from the 1970s, gives insight into Plessi's early creative phase in which he already began to develop water as t… more
Beck & Eggeling is presenting Lucien Clergue's series Les Gitanes. A selection of vintage prints will be on display alongside signed modern prints in different formats.
In the 1950s and 60s, Lucien Clergue took photographs of the Gitanes on their annual pilgrimage to Sarah Kalyi, the Gypsies' patron saint. The aim of the trip was the small coastal village of Les Saintes-Maries de la Mer in the Camargue, which was pulsating with music and dance. In his black and white photographs… more
Galerie Johannes Faber (Vienna) at Beck & Eggeling
Born 1915 in Saarbrücken, Otto Steinert began taking photographs at the young age of 14. Until 1947 he practised as a doctor and at the same time he worked intensively with photography without ever having received a professional training. He was an amateur in the best sense of the word, started teaching photography in 1948 and from 1959 until his death in 1978 lectured at the Folkwang-School in Essen. In 1949, a working group for "free photography" was formed and named fotofor… more
Beck & Eggeling presents an exhibition of current works by Joachim Brohm on the occasion of the 'Duesseldorf Photo Weekend 2015'.
The exhibition 'Not a House' will show a variety of new and individual photographs created since 2012. They do not relate to a particular thematic or serial context. The subjects of these photographs are buildings, places and things which in time or space derive from different sources but which we often come across in everyday life. Thro… more
"Typology 1979" is the title of Joachim Brohm’s (*1955) most recent monographic book published by MACK/London. The artist also chose to give the same retrospective title to a series of photographs he took in 1979 while studying at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen. At the time, black and white photography was commonly accepted as the standard amongst European artists, while first articles about documentary colour photography in the US were being published for a specialized aud… more
Zwischen Sehnsucht und Debakel
Beck & Eggeling is proud to present new photographic works by Thomas Wrede from his series „Real Landscapes“ in the context of the 'Duesseldorf Photo Weekend 2014'.
Not least through the previous three solo exhibitions at Beck & Eggeling Thomas Wrede already counts as an established position to the Duesseldorf photography scene. His large format, quiet, but also dramatic landscape photographs fascinate in a particular way, as the observer i… more
Brohm/Ottersbach - Culatra/Areal
The project Culatra/Areal was born out of an intense dialogue between two artists. When Joachim Brohm and Heribert Ottersbach first had the idea of collaborating in June 2007, they had known and appreciated each other's work for many years. Both were intrigued by a certain aspect of the other's oeuvre: Ottersbach by Brohm's Areal series of photogtaphs, Brohm by Ottersbach's Culatra paintings.
Brohm works in the great tradition of American photographers devoted … more
We cordially invite you to the opening of our exhibition 'Manhattan/ Picture Worlds' by the photographic artist Thomas Wrede on Thursday, 5th of March 2009 at 7pm on Bilker Straße 4-6.
With this series, never before shown publicly, the artist succeeds once again in expressing the subject of ambiguity. During six years Thomas Wrede took photographs of huge billboards in the New Yorker district of Manhattan, which for him constitute significant architectural elements of this fast moving metro… more
Ab dem 16. Oktober 2008 zeigt Ursula Schulz-Dornburg (*1938) drei Werkzyklen Ihrer konzeptionellen Fotografie in unseren new quarters.
"Reisen ist für die in Düsseldorf lebende Künstlerin nicht nur Bedingung für ihre Fotografie sie ist zugleich Reflexion über das Reisen, über die Bewegung, Bewegung des Menschen und der Erde. Ihre Orte sind einsame Orte weit ab von der technisierten Welt, die sie nicht beiläufig findet, sondern mit einem literarisch zu nennenden Konzept aufsucht, um sie m… more
For the first time in Europe, Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art will be exhibiting the work by American Photojournalist Lawrence Schiller (1936, Brooklyn New York).
Throughout the 60's Schiller photographed its icons, actors, artists, musicians and politicians: a sleeping Robert Kennedy on a plane, Barbara Streisand buying art in her hotel room or Mohammed Ali boxing. Schiller was always at the right place at the right time. His pictures were featured in the most influential magazines thro… more