November 10th, 2023 - February 9th, 2024
The internationally renowned photo artist, Dieter Blum (*1936, lives and works in Düsseldorf) not only set the tone of the photographic image of the MARLBORO advertizing campaign, but worked also for DAIMLER,Porsche, Shell, ABB, Bilfinger, Festo and Jaeger-LeCoultre. His outstanding photographs were found in magazines such as STERN, SPIEGEL, TIME, Vanity Fair, GEO, National Geographic. He dedicated a large part of his work to the topics of music, dance and art. The exhibition MEN shows a common thread in the entire work of Dieter Blum, namely the ambition to shape visually a contemporary image of men. Blum explored this topos in two areas, both challenging for the photographer: dance and cowboy.
September 8th - October 28th 2023
Since the beginning of industrialization, nothing has changed our lives more radically than the digital revolution. In his work, Florian Auer (b. 1984, lives and works in Berlin) draws a central axis between these two radical "social upheavals" of the 19th and 21st centuries. In his work, he examines the influence of mechanisation, automation and digitization on our individual everyday lives. In the exhibition [Ray::reTrace] he shows three-dimensional, computer-generated folds, based on scenes from Adolph Menzel's (1815-1905) famous painting "Eisenwalzwerk" (1872-1875).
young berlin artists | young berlin salon
June 27th - September 2nd 2023
What does the future hold for us? Group exhibition of a Berlin scholarship program with a wide variety of contemporary themes and media varieties.
elisa breyer und janka zöller | pineapple fields
April 25th - June 16th 2023
Duo-Show by the Munich painters of the Karin Kneffel class, Janka Zöller (master student Karin Kneffel) and Elisa Breyer, with resurgent femininity in realism.
judith fegerl | live wire
February 1st - April 6th 2023
Solo-show by the Viennese artist Judith Fegerl. The title LIVE WIRE refers to the rapid changes in energy technologies and presents an exhibition that shows how electricity determines our lives.