Exhibitions at Goethe-Institut Bordeaux
With "HABITAT: BERLIN–CHARLOTTENBURG", Anne Schönharting presents her first solo exhibition in France at the Goethe-Institut Bordeaux.
Initially shown at the Haus am Kleistpark and the Villa Oppenheim in Berlin, the exhibition can now be seen abroad for the first time. The portrait series is a milieu study carried out over 10 years (2012-2022). Schönharting offers fascinating insights into the lives and surroundings of her subjects. The exhibition is char… more
« Michael Wesely, brise nombre des certitudes que nous avons sur la photographie. La rapidité, la saisie d’un instant particulier, la documentation d’une situation exceptionnelle, voire unique – on ne trouve rien de tout cela dans son œuvre. Les clichés de Michael Wesely émergent très lentement, nécessitent plusieurs minutes, plusieurs heures, parfois des semaines ou même des mois de captures. Ce que nous observons dans … more
In the exhibition "Barbara Wolff: Photographs" at the Goethe-Institut Bordeaux, works from the series "Biography" (1982 - 1989), "Metropolis" (2018 - 2020) as well as "Amazonia" (2019) will be shown in collaboration with Collection Regard Berlin.
In the series „Biography“ she observed life on both sides of the Iron Curtain. Like few photographers, she has been able to reflect on her images and experiences in both German countries - bef… more
Emptiness only appears to be nothing. But really it conceals a wealth of meanings. Emptiness ranges from abandoned and left-behind spaces, undefined areas left to their own devices, to historical voids which have become memorials. But it also encompasses planned and designed emptiness, open spaces in dense urban contexts, the aura of exhibition spaces, and the grandeur of prestigious buildings.
Andreas Gehrke places the aesthetics of emptiness at the centre of his photographic work. He co… more
Regina Schmeken is one of Germany‘s most famous artists. Her photographs will be on show at the Goethe-Institut Bordeaux from October 14th 2020 through February 5th 2021.
The exhibition "Black is White" presents figures and forms from various scenes. The selection from the past 40 years, curated by Luise Holke and the artist herself, invites the visitor to discover the art of comment through photography and Schmeken’s particular view. Precise observations, pictures meant to g… more
"I apply to my photography Pina Bausch’s most quoted statement: I’m not interested in how people move but what moves them. (…) They must still move me when looking at them even a long time later."
Ursula Kaufmann, born in 1946 in Essen, is specialized in dance and stage photography. She documents the work of Pina Bausch since 1984 in many international exhibitions and publications.
"I first met Pina Bausch in 1975 on the occasion of the piece Le Sacre du Prin… more
DIETER RAMS SEEN BY FLORIAN BÖHM consists of detailed images of iconic objects by Dieter Rams, photographed in the archives of the Braun-Sammlung in Kronberg. Böhm offers also exclusive insights into the private house of Dieter Rams.
For the first time, a selection of pictures from the catalogue "AS LITTLE DESIGN AS POSSIBLE" by Sophie Lovell (2011 published by Phaidon) are exhibited.
The solo exhibition DIETER RAMS SEEB BY FLORIAN BÖHM takes place in the contemporary… more
Jörg Brüggemann, born in 1979, studied under PETER BIALOBRZESKI at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen. In 2009 he joined OSTKREUZ, agency of photographers. His first solo exhibition in France shows Berlin in the summer through unique historical places like the Brandenburg Gate, the Tempelhofer Feld and the Humboldtforum.
"What I find cool about Berlin is that it’s like an open-air museum of European history of the 20th century. You’ve got the Empire, th… more
Dans le cadre du festival Itinéraires des photographes voyageurs