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Exhibitions at Galerie Voss

Galerie VossDE

Galerie Voss
Mühlengasse 3
40213 Düsseldorf

0211-134982


www.galerievoss.de

Tue-Fri 10-18, Sat 11-14

Claudia Rogge

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION

27 Jan – 18 Mar 2017




Since years Claudia Rogge is working on the two seemingly paradox and contrasting phenomena, individualism and mass society. She has sounded out her subject matter in different ways and with different strategies.

Her method of working is similar to that of a surrealist film director paying lip service to painterly traditions in order to fix them photographically – in the filmic style of an invented film. The dynamics of her works set a great movement into motion, which pauses once in … more

Galerie VossDE

Galerie Voss
Mühlengasse 3
40213 Düsseldorf

0211-134982


www.galerievoss.de

Tue-Fri 10-18, Sat 11-14

Ivonne Thein

Incredible me

Incredible me

22 Jan – 27 Feb 2010
IVONNE THEIN
INCREDIBLE ME

From Jaunary 22 on, Galerie Voss will show photo works by Ivonne Thein. Her series "Thirty-two kilos" has already drawn a lot of public attention. The photographs deal with the pathological striving of girls and women to be extremely thin. Simultaneously, the artist calls the role of photography into question, on the one hand as a document providing compelling evidence, but on the other as a consciously manipulated image. Besides referring to the phenomenon of the so-… more

Galerie VossDE

Galerie Voss
Mühlengasse 3
40213 Düsseldorf

0211-134982


www.galerievoss.de

Tue-Fri 10-18, Sat 11-14

Claudia Rogge

isolation

segment 8 - die Blasen der Gesellschaft

6 Mar – 18 Apr 2009

Galerie VossDE

Galerie Voss
Mühlengasse 3
40213 Düsseldorf

0211-134982


www.galerievoss.de

Tue-Fri 10-18, Sat 11-14

Kay Kaul

Watercolours

Watercolours

15 Jun – 14 Jul 2007
The tranqilising effect of water is something you can hear and sense - and now even see in the works of Kay Kaul. The artist has transformed the murmuring of the creeks and the reflections of floating drops into photographs, he has visualised the liveliness of water by means of multiple exposure. The photographs' flickering impression is not any virtually producible electronic effect: he takes six pictures every two seconds and mounts them together on the computer afterwards. Every time he press… more