„The Presence of Absence“ shows works from three different series of Swiss photographer Dominique Teufen, in which the artist carries out
British artist Cornelia Parker is widely known for her stunning transformations of the ordinary into the extraordinary – using printmaking and photogravure to produce something elusive and ephemeral.
Catherine McCormack, academic and expert in the field of maternal themes in art, curates a two-part exhibition exploring maternal experience
Brassaï (1899- 1984) created countless iconic images of 1930s Parisian life. He was famous for capturing the grittier
Bertien van Manen, an icon of documentary photography, is honored with an extensive retrospective exhibition in her hometown
As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, photographic images have never been more ubiquitous, nor ephemeral and momentary. Lisa Oppenheim’s
„Land_Scope“ presents a selection of artists who, in different approaches and with unique techniques, prove to have a distinct vision
The quality of light, according to Mona Kuhn, is measured in nuances of colour and – as strange as it may seam – even in sounds, or the