News from Galerie—Peter—Sillem
Barbara Klemm’s (*1939) photographs congenially model light and landscape. Heinrich Wefing wrote about these photographs that they are "studies of the elementary principles of all photography, of light and dark, depth and breadth, of the intensity of light and the density of shadows, all of them almost abstract compositions". Barbara Klemm is considered one of the most important contemporary German photographers. She has worked for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeit… more
In Photo London’s Discovery section, Galerie—Peter—Sillem presents two trans-global projects by emerging young artists Alia Ali and Malte Sänger, respectively.
Booth D 18 (Discovery)
Malte Sänger, Shifting Baselines
From 2012 until 2017, Malte Sänger worked for various German film productions abroad. When the work was done, he went out and took pictures with his analogue medium format camera. Each newly gained impressio… more
For Art Karlsruhe 2019, Galerie—Peter—Sillem is delighted to present a One-Artist-Show by Frank Mädler, featuring a selection of works from his more recent oeuvre and including his latest body of work, a series of large format colour photograms.
"Mädler neither serves cool formalism (which sees only a stripe in the sky and a line in the horizon) nor does he believe that reality can be depicted. For all its formal beauty, his work does not explore the line… more
For the 2019 Edition of Art Karlsruhe we are pleased to present the works of four women artists, revolving around identity, home, exile, and belonging.
Alia Ali has a Yemeni-Bosnian background. Having lived in Morocco for a long time, she is now based in Los Angeles, USA. In her work, she explores the borderland experience, the ambivalence of exclusion and inclusion, through the work with textiles in which she wraps her figures.
Jitka H… more