Featuring landscape paintings by Artist Diane Russo
Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann, Nicola Gördes, Stella Rossié, Paul Spengemann
Biennial Exhibition of the City Of London & Cripplegate Photographic Society
Marc Lagrange, Vincent Peters, Mario Marino
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Ein (künstlerisches) Projekt — Ausstellungen, Installationen, Performances — mit freiem Eingang (Eintritt) und offenem Ausgang (Austritt)
Exhibition of Contemporary Art with 150 international artists & galleries
From Reality to Dream - Photography by Anne-Lise Large
an interactive video installation as virtual and simultaneous bicycle tour in two cities
Works by Ten Photographers
Works by Ten Photographers
Migrants, Immigrants, Emigrants, Refugees, Exiles, Expatriates and Others.
Born in New Delhi in 1961, Dayanita Singh studied Visual Communication at the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad and later Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the International Center of Photography in New York. She has held solo exhibitions of her work at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum in Berlin, the Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum in Boston, Recontres Arles in France, the Ikon Gallery of Birmingham, Gallery Nature Morte in New Delhi, Frith Street Gallery in London, Studio Guen… more
CONTACT Toronto Photography Festival 2005
Photographs from LIFE Magazine
From the portraits of the famous and the infamous that LIFE Magazine became known for, to its visual recording of history, current events and stories of the "common man" this exhibition showcases some of the best that LIFE Magazine had to offer. Politicians, celebrities, migrant workers, roustabouts, authors, gold miners, circus performers, sports figures and fashion models all "faced the camera" for LIFE Magazine. Stellar portraits and candids of Marilyn Monroe, Jacqueline Kennedy, Allen Ginsbu… more
„At the End of Time“
In his most recent cycle of work “At the End of Time” Torsten Warmuth examines the prospect of mankind’s ever closer approaching destruction of civilisation. His works become symbols of a chain of catastrophes that seem unstoppable if we make no protest against them. And yet Warmuth – paradoxical as this may seem – visualises the strikingly beautiful aspects of our world behind its deconstruction. Images of an era heralding the end … more
Lives and works in Duesseldorf.
Born in 1951 in Budapest, Hungary, as son of an actress and an actor.
Emmigration from Hungary to West Germany during the national uprising of 1956 against the soviet-communist takeover. 1956-1969 nightmarish time in 5 different boarding schools with authoritarian character.
Training and employment as an industrial business management assistant.
Role playing as a merchant, prop master, acquisitions for an planning company and architects.