„AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY“ DOCUMENTED BY MATT BLACK

Matt Black’s work explores the connections between migration, poverty, agriculture, and the environment.


„An Eclipse of Moths“ – Gregory Crewdson

For three decades, U.S. based Gregory Crewdson’s photographic series of houses, landscapes, and people have become canonical representations of the liminal and forgotten in America.

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„DARKNESS VISIBLE“ – A PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY BY MANI NEJAD

Darkness Visible is a visual journey through urban landscapes portraying their structural and formal qualities. Conceived [read more ..]

„STILLNESS OF LIFE“ DON MCCULLIN AT HAUSER & WIRTH

If you look again at McCullin’s landscapes, you start to sense the figure who made the pictures, invisible behind the lens, [read more ..]

„HUMAN TERRITORIALITY“ PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROGER EBERHARD

„Human Territoriality“ by Swiss photographer Roger Eberhard explores former borders, across the globe and throughout human history [read more ..]

„MEMORIES OF WANDERING“ BAE BIEN-U AT VERVOORDT GALLERY

„Memories of Wandering“ celebrates Korean artist Bae Bien-U who is renowned for creating meditative landscape photographs, which have an almost calligraphic quality about them.

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„Hope Against Hope“ Jim Shaw at Simon Lee Gallery

Jim Shaw is widely known for the outlandish narratives and sharp wit with which he brings his dystopian, albeit eerily familiar, universe to life – now more analytical and daring than ever.

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BRIDGET RILEY – NEW PAINTINGS AND WALL WORKS AT MAX HETZLER

Since the beginning of her career, British artist Bridget Riley has been constantly working on redefining the concept of abstraction and its possibilities for the painterly process.

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