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  • Manfredi Style

    Perceptions

    Manfredi Style presents "Perceptions" showcasing Alberto Biasi , Franco Costalonga, Vanna Nicolotti.

  • Niq Nanu Daah

    Sense of Snow

    20 Oct 2017 – 01 Dec 2017

    Please have a look at the video about the show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46y1jHkBAXU&sns=em

  • Peter Goettler

    Aus dem Gepäck

    Peter Goettlers Bilder erzählen nie in linearer Form. Der Künstler zieht in seinen Gemälden und in seinen Arbeiten auf Papier unterschiedliche Schauplätze, Personen, Zeiten und Räume zusammen, wie das auch im Film oder dem Roman der Moderne der Fall ist. So verschlossen manche Bilder wirken, so klar liegen andere zu Tage. Die Rezeption hängt davon ab, wie sehr der Betrachter in die Erfahrungs- und Erlebniswelt des Künstlers einzudringen vermag. Der Werkkatalog mit dem Titel »Aus dem Gepäck« zeigt eine Auswahl der Malereien und Arbeiten auf Papier aus dem Zeitraum 2007 bis 2017. Dr. Ulrike Oppelt, 2017

  • Aire Gallery

    Okjoo Kang - Crossing

    Okjoo Kang's 5th Solo Exhibition from 12/12/2017 I don’t take the wheel so it is familiar for me to wait for the green signal for walk. Recently, there seem to be more crosswalks constructed. It is safe to say that a series of actions waiting for the signal and crossing a road if it changes are done not only in familiar but in unconscious manners. Following the order is like peeping into a social system. I think such a system is needed eventually to maintain an appropriate distance between me and others. This work depicts the relation between me and others, ideas about certain places and orders. I photographed persons crossing an intersection, railroad or a crosswalk. There’s no focus and perspective. It contains impressions about the urban people but they are expressed as the landscape. This work was conducted in a manner as that initially done at the Myeongdong Street. I think it is one of several experiments like prior works.

  • Mario Marino

    MARIO MARINO SHOWROOM I

    Mario Marino is a independent social documentary photographer, austrian born and based in germany. He has been photographing various peoples in their native lands since 2000, and his work is exhibited in museums and galleries around the world.Amsterdam, Basel, Berlin, bejing, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Brusells, Cologne, Dresden, Dubai, Edinburgh, Essen, Geneva, Gent, Hall, Königswinter, London, Miami, Munich, Nijmegen, North Wales, Palm Beach, Paris, Poznan, Salzburg, Stockholm. ​ Central to his pictures is a fascinating portraiture in which he maintains an empathetic connection to his subjects. Each image conveys a sense of simple joy of being and living in our world. ​ “To me it’s essential to show the beauty and dignity of people. Empathy, instinct and walking forward is the key to my work...I try to read people’s lives, the circumstances they live. I’m fascinated by their cultural background and identity”. ​ 2016 "The Culture Trip" London declared Mario Marino as one of the World's Most Inspiring Travel Portrait Photographers. ​ Mario Marino has a special relationship with the Hahnemühle Paper Company and uses their paper for all his gallery and museum exhibitions.

  • Peter Smith

    Self, working with me

    15 Dec 2017 – 31 May 2018

    I have a face, but a face is not what I am. Julian Bell, Five Hundred Self-Portraits. Sharing his self, Peter bravely explores emotions of his public and private self.

  • Gabriel

    El Boulaida-Algeria in the 19th & 20th Centuries

    20 Dec 2017 – 20 Jan 2018

    Blida (Arabic: البليدة‎) is a city in Algeria. It is the capital of Blida Province, and it is located about 45 km south-west of Algiers, the national capital. The name Blida, i.e. bulaydah, diminutive of the Arabic word belda, city. Geography and natural features Blida lies surrounded with orchards and gardens, 190 metres (620 ft) above the sea, at the base of the Tell Atlas, on the southern edge of the fertile Mitidja Plain, and the right bank of the Oued El Kebir outflow from the Chiffa gorge. The abundant water of this stream provides power for large corn mills and several factories, and also supplies the town, with its numerous fountains and irrigated gardens. El Boulaida is surrounded by a wall of considerable extent, pierced by six gates, and is further defended by Port Mimieh, crowning a steep hill on the left bank of the river. The nearby Chiffa gorge is a habitat of the endangered Barbary macaque, Macaca sylvanus; this habitat is one of only a few relict locations where populations of this primate are found

  • Caroun Art Gallery (CAG)

    Venus Arastoo Nejad: Abstract

    01 Jan 2018 – 30 Jan 2018

    "Abstract" Painting Exhibition by: Venus Arastoo Nejad January 1-30, 2018

  • Dorothy Berry-Lound Art

    The Beauty of Italian Archways

    01 Jan 2018 – 31 Jan 2018

    According to Leonardo da Vinci "An arch consists of two weaknesses which, leaning one against the other, make a strength". This exhibition 'The Beauty of Italian Archways' explores that strength and the stunning features that archways make in towns in Umbria and Tuscany in Central Italy. All images are for sale as fine art prints.

  • BRENNECKE FINE ART

    CARLOS SAGRERA

    02 Dec 2017 – 12 Feb 2018

    " Interior life "

  • LongLiveTheChef

    Th Funeral In The Matrix

    A virtual art gallery exhibition by LongLiveTheChef

  • Mario Marino

    Mario Marino Showroom II

    Mario Marino is a independent social documentary photographer, austrian born and based in germany. He has been photographing various peoples in their native lands since 2000, and his work is exhibited in museums and galleries around the world.​ Amsterdam, Basel, Berlin, bejing, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Brusells, Cologne, Dresden, Dubai, Edinburgh, Essen, Geneva, Gent, Hall, Königswinter, London, Miami, Munich, Nijmegen, North Wales, Palm Beach, Paris, Poznan, Salzburg, Stockholm. ​ Central to his pictures is a fascinating portraiture in which he maintains an empathetic connection to his subjects. Each image conveys a sense of simple joy of being and living in our world. ​ “To me it’s essential to show the beauty and dignity of people. Empathy, instinct and walking forward is the key to my work...I try to read people’s lives, the circumstances they live. I’m fascinated by their cultural background and identity”. ​ 2016 "The Culture Trip" London declared Mario Marino as one of the World's Most Inspiring Travel Portrait Photographers. ​ Mario Marino has a special relationship with the Hahnemühle Paper Company and uses their paper for all his gallery and museum exhibitions. ​ His work is published in over 100 publications worldwide. www.mariomarino.com

  • Micho Haller

    Fotolog Bamberg

    „Die beste Kamera ist die, die man gerade dabei hat“ Elliott Erwitt Schärfe und Auflösung werden überbewertet. Wenn das Motiv gut ist, reichen auch die technischen Mittel einer Lochkamera, oder einer Polaroid. Oder eben ein Handy. Trotz hoher Auflösungen und leistungsfähiger Kamerafirmware sehnt sich die Online-Fotocommunity nach Filtern, die Lichteinfälle simulieren, Staub auf dem Film, Rahmen wie bei alten 6x6 Abzügen oder Polatransfers. #nofilter ist das hashtag, mit dem Bilder gekennzeichnet werden, die auf solche Nachbearbeitungen verzichten. Aber gibt es „unbearbeitete“ Fotos“? Früher wählte man den Film für den gewünschten Effekt. Fuji für knallig, Agfa für neutral. Im Labor wurde gecrosst, in der Dunkelkammer solarisiert. „Ohne Filter“ bedeutet lediglich, ich überlasse die Farbgestaltung den Entwicklungsingenieuren der Kamera, ohne selbst eine Vorstellung zu haben, wie das Bild aussehen muss. Aus anfänglicher Frustration über die Schwemme der „gefilterten“ Handyfotos, die sich im Laufe der Zeit zu einer Leidenschaft für die Handyfotografie entwickelte, entstand diese aktuelle Arbeit mit Handyfotos, alle „gefiltert“ (mit selbstdefinierten Vorgaben). Komprimierungsartefakte und Pixeligkeit sind für diese Bilder kein Manko, was zählt, ist der Augenblick und die Wahrhaftigkeit. Bamberg, Mai 2017

  • Galerie Friedmann-Hahn

    Zwischenzeit

    15 Nov 2017 – 06 Jan 2018

    Ausstellung mit neuen Arbeiten der lettischen Künstlerin Edite Grinberga

  • Gilles Martin-Raget

    J Class, the black and white collection

    23 Nov 2017 – 31 Dec 2017

    A complete black and white collection of the pretigious J Class yachts photographed by internationally renowned marine photographer Gilles Martin-Raget during the extraordinary regatta they sailed prior to the 2017 America's Cup in Bermuda.

  • Gabriel

    Algeria Picturesque At The Turn Of The 19th Century: Exhibit A - "alger la belle"

    25 Nov 2017 – 10 Dec 2017

    This initiative and first ever exhibit in a 3D Museum Environment about Algeria , its rich culture and rooted history has been designed, created and is being promoted by Tijara International, LLC:- www.TijaraInternational.com, a US consulting company that facilitates trade and the creation of cultural bridges between the United States of America, the Europeen Union and the Middle East and North Africa. The project has been brought to crystallization through a partnership with a German art portal that represents a depositary of artwork for globally renown artists from Germany, the United States of America and the rest of the world. Mr. Christoph Lauterbach, CEO of KUNSTMATRIX, has been very supportive in creating the exhibit to bridge European and North African cultures.

  • Harald Glööckler

    Childhood memories

    "Glööckler reflektiert mit seinen Werken viele Stilrichtungen der Kunstgeschichte und eignet sie sich auf ganz einzigartige Weise an. Die enge Beziehung zur abstrakten Kunst wird spätestens bei der Betrachtung von Werken wie Childhood memories offensichtlich: Ein Spiel der Farben, das mit gekonntem Gestus in rhythmischer Komposition aufgetragen worden ist. Kontrastreich treten die Farbtöne in Erscheinung. Als Zentrum der Bildgestaltung ist das Farbenspiel in der horizontalen Bildmitte positioniert. Jedoch wandert die Bemalung ganz subtil hinaus auf den pompösen Goldrahmen. Zentraler Bildgegenstand sind hier aber trotzdem weniger die Farben, sondern vielmehr das Selbst. Nachdrücklich verdeutlicht wird dies vermittels der Verwendung eines Spiegels als Malgrund. Der Betrachter wird aufgefordert, sein eigenes Ich wahrzunehmen, zu reflektieren. Gleichzeitig wird der Vorgang des Betrachtens von Kunst zum bildimmanenten Thema – ein höchst aktuelles Thema in der Kunstwissenschaft." (Julia Pfeffer, Kunsthistorikerin, Universität Wien)

  • Angela Sommer

    European landscapes

    01 Apr 2015 – 30 Oct 2017

    Landschaften in Frankreich, Kroatien und Deutschland gemalt in Öl und Pastell.

  • Caroun Art Gallery (CAG)

    "Downtown", Painting Exhibition by Leyla Mohammadi

    17 Oct 2017 – 30 Nov 2017

    "Downtown" Painting Exhibition by: Leyla Mohammadi October 17-November 30, 2017 These works will be exhibited at the same time at the gallery too: October 17-28

  • Harald Glööckler

    EXPLOSION

    "Expressiv, exklusiv, exzeptionell, ein temperamentvolles Spiel der Farben und der Formen: die Kunst des Harald Glööckler. Glööckler changiert zwischen gegenständlicher und nicht gegenständlicher Gestaltung. Gemeinsam ist beiden die emphatische Darstellungsweise: Glööcklers Werke sind intensiv und strahlend. Sie thematisieren die äußere, genauso wie die innere Wirklichkeit – auf singuläre Art und Weise. Die Bildinhalte kreisen um Themen wie Natur, Traum, das Selbst oder auch die Kunst. Daneben erinnern vereinzelte Gemälde an Unheilvolles. Viele Bilder strahlen durch ihre kräftige Farbgebung. Daneben weisen einige – konsequenterweise – eine düstere, fast sinistre Palette auf (Hurricane). Glööcklers moderne Welt weist auf Aspekte vergangener Epochen, sowie auf die Gegenwart des Sehens hin. Die Präsentation der Gemälde in ihrer je spezifischen Rahmung trägt ihren Teil dazu bei. Glööcklers Kunst schreit, sie will gesehen werden, sie ist leidenschaftlich und extravagant." (Julia Pfeffer, Kunsthistorikerin, Universität Wien)


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