Exhibitions at Galerie Hengevoss-Dürkop
The Chancellor bungalow in Bonn, official residence of the German Chancellor until 1999, was built by Sep Ruf at the behest of Ludwig Erhard in 1963/1964. Drawing on classical modernism, it’s design meant to signify a cosmopolitan and modern sensibility.
In his newest series of photographs, the Wiesbaden photographer, Dirk Brömmel, considers the architectural conception of this building. He employs the photographs of private and representative events stored e.g. the Federal Archi… more
The Discovery of the Film Reel Portrait / Die Entdeckung des Filmrollenporträts
The portrait is one of the traditional genres in the history of art, which has never lost its pertinence. The Viennese photographer Reiner Riedler confronts us with a very intriguing type of portrait. He presents to us portraits pertaining to popular movies that all of us are familiar with, such as Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca (1942), Josef Sternberg’s The Blue Angel (1930), and Federico Fellini’s Ginger and Fred (1986). However, the artist has not chosen a significant frame… more
This exhibition is part of the project "Planet Africa - Carte Blanche" and presents seven photographical positions of six countries.
It reveals, how the traditional studio-portrait-photography has more and more given way to a dedicated young black author photography.
The majority of the selected photographers are autodidacts, who improved their skills in workshops or in a group.
One of them is Zaynab Toyosi Odunsi with her pictures of concerts and busstops, bars and billard saloons in nocturnal… more
Die Félicités der Ensba, Paris