Here is where you’ll find the latest news about Kehrer Verlag: recent publications, important book reviews, exhibitions, our artists and authors, book signings and other events.
The ARTNETWORK presents the exhibition „one another“ of works by Alisa Resnik at the SCHAURAUM 11/nullnull in Vienna from March 14 through April 19, 2014.
The photo series of the Berlin photographer shows night-time scenes at old houses, greasy spoon cafés and old hotel rooms of the city. Furthermore she consistently captures special moments, captures faces, cursory sights, little gestures and thus she documents her encounter with people, which for Resnik represents the prior aspect of her work.
From February 26 through June 9, 2014 the Jüdisches Museum in Munich presents works by Sharone Lifschitz in the exhibition „Smiling at You. Sharone Lifschitz: Works 2000 – 2014“. Photographs, performances as well as video works and installation art created by the israeli artist are exhibited. Emerged from a journey by bus, train and Underground, her works are about memory, identity and language. Besides, the museum presents her projects on Munich, Germany and the memories of Jewish refugees.
The Museum Tinguely in Basel presents the special exhibition „Play Objects – The Art of Possibilities“ from February 19 to May 11, 2014. As the approximately 100 sculptures by differents artists from the 20th century are transformable, visitors are allowed to decide on the compositions. The museum offers several interactive public tours.
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Exhibition and Workshop
Micamera in Milano presents from February 14 to March 15, 2014 an exhibition with works from the series Once, Still and Forever by Jessica Backhaus .
What was once, still is and will forever remain is the artist’s infallible instinct for pictorial composition, a deftness she continues to take to new heights. Her views of ostensibly prosaic scenes open up to us a cosmos of unforeseen meanings while evoking a mood of affectionate familiarity.
Workshops with the artist: February 15 and 16 February, 2014 and March 22 and 23, 2014
Works by Roselyne Titaud will be on view at Museum für Photographie in Braunschweig from January 24 through March 23, 2014. The solo exhibition presents two series and is the most comprehensive view of the work of the photographer.
Vernissage: 23. 01. 2014, 7pm
Artist Talk with Roselyne Titaud: 06. 02. 2014, 7pm
From February 7 through May 4, 2014 the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg presents the exhibition Photographing the Future. Five German and five Russian, invited by the Goethe-Institut, constructed images at the computer or photographed models they built to create utopian and dystopian places and landscapes. They also took pictures of aspects of the present pointing towards the future. The project and the exhibition both pursue this utopian potential of contemporary photography.
From December 8, 2013 through March 30, 2014 works by photographer Iwan Baan will be on view at Museum Marta Herford .
In his project “52 Weeks, 52 Cities” developed exclusively for Marta Herford, Iwan Baan takes the viewer on a one-year photographic journey around the world – always on the lookout for ingenious homes in unexpected places and outstanding construction projects. The exhibition features 52 photographs from last year accompanied by personally spoken commentaries by the photographer. These are sensitive encounters with everyday and extraordinary places all over the globe which Baan has put together to form an engaged commentary on human living and survival strategies.
The catalog will be released in February.
The Kirchner Museum Davos presents from December 8, 2013 through April 21, 2014 the exhibition Georg Baselitz: A Visit with Ernst Ludwig.
The exhibition brings together paintings, sculptures and drawings from different creative periods from 1980 to the present day.
The Forum Alte Post in Pirmasens is showing Götz Diergarten – PASSAGEN Fotobilder 1993 – 2013 till April 27th, 2014. On view are the not yet published series Quinéville, Binz-Rügen und Pirmasens.
The Jewish Museum Berlin presents from November 22, 2013 through April 21, 2014 the exhibition In an Instant. Photographs by Fred Stein.
The exhibition is Germany’s first comprehensive retrospective of Fred Stein’s work . With more than 130 black-and-white photos, it presents street views of Paris and New York along with portraits. Personal documents, original prints, and contact sheets offer further glimpses of the photographer’s life and work.