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© Petros Koublis

The Wonderful World of Petros Koublis

If you follow the photography scene, you probably know the magical images of Petros Koublis. With his work he may surprise us again and again and we cannot escape the aesthetic power. The viewer catches a glimpse of the miraculous and, so to speak, wonderful dreamscape, which fascinate us with its qualities of poetry and sensuality.   „There is no beauty that is timeless …


© Katrin Koenning

Indefinitely – Katrin Koenning

The work of the Melbourne-based artist Katrin Koenning invite us to take an extensive look at her conceptual approach to deal with her own personal family past. The personal migrant background and a family scattered all over the world are the basis for the artistic engagement with space and existence.  Already her work „Dear Chris“ (2013), dedicated to her cousin’s husband who committed suicide, has touched us deeply. Her series „Indefinitely“ now wins …


Malmousque, 2013 © Erwan Morère/Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire

Discover New Favorites from the Unseen Photo Fair

The fourth edition of the Unseen Photo Fair with 54 international galleries took place in September 2015 at Amsterdam’s Westergasfabriek. The international photography fair was founded by Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, and, beginning this year, the event additionally included the Unseen Festival, a 10-day celebration of photography in the city centre. Unseen is a pioneering event on the young European photography scene, with works from new, emerging artists and unseen pieces by established artists.  …


© Ren Hang

Ren Hang – exhibition at Ostlicht gallery in Vienna

There are 11 days left to visit the solo exhibition of Ren Hang at the Ostlicht gallery in Vienna. Ren Hang’s work with his own imagery is unique and clear, and that’s something we are looking for. His work is sometimes disturbing, but he do not exceed the provocation. In addition to his poetry, his pictures are simply fascinating. Ren Hang 野生 19.03.–25.07.2015 OSTLICHT. GALERIE FÜR FOTOGRAFIE …


Golden Gate Bridge (#1), 2013

Death Wooed Us – Donna J. Wan

„Death Wooed Us“ – the latest series of Donna J. Wan is one of the most beautiful and impressive work I have seen in recent times. The work is dedicated to „suicide destinations“ and deals with questions of  personal development and identity and also trying somehow to understand why humans sometimes follow this path. Suicides almost never seem to make sense. The very personal work brings the subject close …


Elger Esser Ninfa - Euneika, 2013

Exhibition „Die Idee der Landschaft“ in Frankfurt

The Exhibition „Die Idee der Landschaft“ gives an overview of different aspects of modern landscape photography. The shown landscapes are not objective views, it is the visualization of the artists‘ ideas and involves the human experience in the landscape. The exhibition shows works of the artists of the collection and new acquisitions of David Armstrong, Olivo Barbieri, Lothar …


© courtesy of Michael Lange

Fluss – Michael Lange

Michael Lange is an artist who magnifies the nature – his work is adorable and just beautiful. The new series „FLUSS“ is following the beautiful work „Wald“, published as a book in 2012.  “My images express a longing for pacification, depth and beauty — and the desire to lose oneself. A part of my work is to trace the unceasing process of change …


Drei, © Fred Hüning

Drei – Fred Hüning

Fred Hüning’s drei (three) is a homage to the family, love and togetherness. This touching book is one part of a trilogy of very personal and deep emotional work. Until May 16th 2015, the works from his book One Circle can be seen in his exhibition at Bildband Berlin. All images © courtesy of Fred Hüning


Elger Esser

Exhibition „Landscape in my Mind. Landscape photography today. Hamish Fulton to Andreas Gursky“

This week, the exhibition „Landscape in my Mind“ started in Vienna. The exhibition with renowned artists like Thomas Ruff, Andreas Gursky and Axel Hütte shows the actual positions in contemporary landscape photography.       11.02. – 26.04.2015 Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien  Freyung 8 1010 Vienna