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Works by photographer Regine Petersen will be on display at Foam in Amsterdam from March 20 through May 3, 2015.
In Find a Fallen Star, Regine Petersen uses the stories of meteorite falls as a background for her multi-layered narratives. Petersen visited the places and the eyewitnesses and delved into their stories, expanding her photographic observations with found documents and interviews. Petersen sees her work as chapters.
From March 20 March through July 5, 2015 works by of the Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchi will be on view at the Kunsthaus Wien .
Rinko Kawauchi is creating a new body of work for this exhibition, for which the artist undertook a voyage to Austria in December 2014. Her search for the special – for the essence of the world – led her to a gold smelting plant and to the glaciers of the Dachstein Mountain, among others.
From March 7 through June 7, 2015 works by Hannah Collins, winner of the “SPECTRUM” International Prize for Photography 2015, will be on view at Sprengel Museum Hannover .
Following trails laid by her own biography, Hannah Collins, the daughter of a Polish Jew, has as her theme the plight of the homeless and the displaced. Her work marries the performative with the documentary in images of interiors and exteriors, situations and objects of great poetical strength, a strength that feeds on a dissolve of inward landscapes and outward realities.
The exhibition will be showing a selection of her works. The exhibition will be accompanied by the first German-language monograph to provide a comprehensive introduction to her complex photographic oeuvre.
Awarded by the Foundation of Lower Saxony, the “SPECTRUM” International Prize for Photography pays tribute to the significance of photography as a modern medium of artistic expression.
Works by Toroptsov will be on view at Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris from February 23 through June 14, 2015.
With his series Deleted Scene photographer Yury Toroptsov takes us to Eastern Siberia in a unique story of pursuit along intermingling lines that form a complex labyrinth. Archival documents, old photographs, views of the timeless taiga or of contemporary Siberia, fragments or deleted scenes are arranged here as elements of a narrative.
Works by David Levinthal will be on view at George Eastman House in Rochester from February 7 through May 24, 2015.
Photographer David Levinthal’s most recent series, History, is a culmination of his work over the last three-and-a-half decades. With vintage toy figurines and play sets he creates elaborate scenes based on events in history, especially as they are depicted in movies and on TV.
The exhibition at George Eastman House will be the first time that History is presented to the public.
C/O Berlin presents a comprehensive exhibition of Niina Vatanen’s oeuvre for the first time in Berlin from January 24 through May 31, 2015. Niina Vatanen’s work considers the potency of images that are hidden or obscured, and the empty spaces in between things.
Beyond the Visible Surface is building the starting point of the new exhibition series Thinking about Photography. With this series, C/O Berlin has created an entirely new exhibition series for Berlin that places a deliberate focus on new trends in contemporary photography.
Works by photographer Walter Nikolaus will be on view from January 17 through May 3, 2014 at the vorarlberg museum and the Vorarlberger Landesbibliothek in Bregenz.
The comprehensive retrospective of the Austrian master of the black and white photography presents from works all phases of the artist’s career.
The Musée Nicéphore Niépce , Chalon-sur-Saône, France and the Fotomuseum Antwerp will show works by the American photographer Jeffrey Silverthorne.
For 45 years, Jeffrey Silverthorne has been working steadily on an extensive body of work. Jeffrey Silverthorne’s work is a contemporary answer to the ancient quests of vanity. The exhibitions not only show an overview of the artist’s diverse visual languages, but also a wide range of unseen series.
Musée Nicéphore Niépce, Chalon-sur-Saône, France:
October 18, 2014 – January 18, 2015
February 20 – June 7, 2015
Works by photographer Mila Teshaieva will be on view at Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee from January 22 through May 31, 2015.
For over four years, Mila Teshaieva has documented the transformation of the three former Soviet republics on the shores of the Caspian Sea: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan. The photos of her series Promising Waters leave the viewer with unanswered questions as to the relationship between the state and private identity, the ties between past, present and future, and how to pinpoint the boundary between a region’s rise or fall.
We are happy to announce five Winning Titles at the German Photo Book Award 2015 !
„Winning Title – Gold“
„Winning Title – Silver“
Ute Mahler and Werner Mahler