5. Fotofestival Mannheim- Ludwigshafen-Heidelberg
Grenzgänge. Magnum: Trans-Territories
Where do territories start and end? Who determines them? What is their function? The concept of territories serves as the focus of the anniversary edition of the Photography Festival Mannheim Ludwigshafen Heidelberg.
Anne Golaz’s photographs deal with the fundamental and fragile relation with nature, animals and death. In "Metsästä" (From The Woods) she invites the viewer to meet with a suggested world vacillating between common and extraordinary sceneries related to Finnish culture and its connection to forests.
Candace Plummer Gaudiani
By the age of twelve, Candace Plummer Gaudiani had visited forty-eight states by car and train. Today, her photo series explores what it means to be part of and sometimes estranged from the places we hold in our memories.
Der Gutenberg Pavillon
8 Ausstellungen / 8 Kataloge in Box
The eight ongoing exhibitions at the Gutenberg Pavillon, mounted on the occasion of the Gutenberg Year 2000 in Mainz, present examples of new media, tracing their development and cultural significance for our modern information society.
Zwischen tanzenden grünen und blauen Gräsern aus Malachit und Azurit ein rotes Zünglein chinesischen Bergzinobers
Franz Gertsch is one of the most prominent Swiss artists and a primary representative of Photorealism and Hyperrealism. His large-format portraits of rock poetess Patti Smith and of the young painter Luciano Castelli made him famous.
Daniel Spoerris Fallenbilder im Dialog mit Judith Albert,
David Claerbout, Caro Niederer, Beat Streuli, Jeff Wall
Daniel Spoerri (*1930) began in the early 1960s to fix together random constellations of everyday objects. In what he called »picture traps« he glued the remains of meals or work processes to the surface on which they rested and then hung them vertically on the wall.