Exhibitions at in focus Galerie
In focus gallery, Cologne is proud to present acclaimed artist Scarlett Hooft Graafland "Shores Like You"
in her first exhibition in Germany.
Scarlett Hooft Graafland (1973) creates magical photographic images in far-flung places, including the high-altitude salt flats in Bolivia, remote farm sheds in Iceland, the beaches of Yemen, Madagascar, the polar region and the Dutch village of Gorinchem. Her work touches upon major themes such as the disappearance of traditional cultures a… more
Seeing and Being Seen / Sehen und gesehen werden
The human face is surprisingly full of expression and we tend to “scan” it in order to differentiate between the smallest changes in mimics of others. The recognition of human faces and mimics is so important that an entire area in our brains is devoted solely to this task. So it is not too surprising that the portrayal of the human face also takes up a great role in art.
Since ancient times, artists have been producing portraits not only of rulers, but also of prominent figures o… more
For many years and through his work, the photo artist Döring-Spengler has dealt with the topic of the human being and its interaction with the world and society. In his latest work, photography is an artistic tool which is constantly altered through overlapping and editing with different techniques in order to create artistic-picturesque statements. These latest developments are implemented in the so-called "Diazetten".
This technique creates collages of pictures through overl… more
The "altered landscape" has long been a theme in photography. In 1975 William Jenkins curated the exhibition New Topographics at George Eastman House, which featured Robert Adams and Stephen Shore, among others. This seminal exhibition was both a reflection of the local environment, including a highly conceptual, documentary, detached and socially critical comment on an increasingly modern world, which was driven by economic rationality and mostly absent of its makers.
The exhibition … more
Photography without camera / Fotografie ohne Kamera
As it is manifested in its own name, light is the most important requirement for every photography. Precisely, light and shadow are not only a prerequisite for the final picture, there are also a great challenge for the artists.
With this exhibition the in focus gallery presents photography without camera, today as well as back in the days. It is pure photography based on the very own principle of light and the light sensitive beam. The light stands in the center. It plays an ideal, shaping… more
The exhibition René Groebli "Early Work"" will present a unique selection of vintage and modern prints from Groeblis early years: "London", Eye of Love", "Rail Magic", "Beryl Chen" and more.
"Who is René Groebli? He is a blind spot. Perhaps he is the proverbial blind spot, the «Missing Link» in the history of modern Swiss photography.
The first to notice him was the American photographer and curator Edward Stei… more
90th Anniversary. A Life in Pictures.
25 years in focus gallery
In focus gallery will celebrate its 25th gallery annivesary in January, 2015. In Germany there are only few galleries who have presented more than 25 years in a continuous work photography as art. During the past 25 years the gallerist Burkhard Arnold introduced in
more than 140 exhibitions beside famous photographers as for example just passed away Lucien Clergue, Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Franco Fontana, Greg Gorman, F.C. Gundlach, Thomas Hoepker, Susan Meiselas, Marc Riboud, Willy R… more
Marc Riboud Ausstellung / Exhibition 11.01.2014 – 26.02.2014
Kolorierte unikate Silbergelatine Prints 1970 – 2000
Contemporary American Photography
Erotische Fotografie des 20. Jahrhunderts
Vintage Prints 50er+60er Jahre
Vintage Prints 50er+60er Jahre
Fotografien und Fotogramme