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Impressions at C/O Berlin Foundation…Hardenbergstraße, Berlin

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 18 August, 2018

Here some impressions from my stroll through the fantastic C/O Berlin Foundation and The Polaroid Project exhibition and then some snaps from the C/O Talent Award: Stefanie Moshammer.

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Thomas Struth Exhibition…Bleibtreustraße, Berlin

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 9 June, 2018

Here some impressions from the fantastic Thomas Struth exhibition at Galerie Max Hetzler. In the centre of the exhibition is a new body of work which Struth developed at the Leibniz Institute for Zoological and Wildlife Research (IZW) in Berlin. The institute researches evolutionary developments and the adaptions of wildlife to a humanly modified environment, in order to help design appropriate concepts and methods for conservation.

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Paradise Is Now…Marburger Straße, Berlin

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 26 May, 2018

Here some impressions from the “Paradise Is Now – Palm Trees in Art” exhibition curated by Robert Grunenberg at the Salon Dahlmann.

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At the C/O Gallery…Hardenbergstraße, Berlin

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 15 February, 2018

Here some impressions from two inspiring photography exhibitions I went to see in Berlin at the C/O Gallery. Firstly Torbjørn Rødland and his exhibition titled “Back in Touch” and secondly the Joel Meyerowitz Retrospective “Why Colour?”. Norwegian-born, Los Angeles-based photographer Torbjørn Rødland likes to focus on mysterious details wanting us to question our perception of situations and reaching into our psyche, conjuring up fears, urges, fetishes, fantasies and longings. The New York photographer Joel Meyerowitz started in 1962 experimenting with using color photography and added black-and-white photography to his work just shortly afterwards. From the mid-1970s onward, he created precisely composed studies in light on Cape Cod on the East Coast, which are today regarded as icons of contemporary photography.

What captured me the most, was the gorgeous vintage colour compositions and Joel Meyerowitz photographs of real street style or lets better say real street life situations, not beautified, not staged, just real life scenarios at a certain time and place.

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The Shadow Side of Things…Deichtorhallen, Hamburg

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 1 September, 2017

Whenever I am Hamburg, I go to Deichtorhallen and the ‘Haus der Photographie’. This time, it was the last day of showing works by photographer Andreas Mühe and Viviane Sassen. Her exhibition titled UMBRA (Lat. Shadow), focuses on the play between light and shadow and between realism and abstraction.

Here just some impressions.

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At the Summer Exhibition…Royal Academy, London

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 24 June, 2017

Here just some impressions from the super inspiring Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy.

Jürgen Teller – Enjoy Your Life!…Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 9 June, 2017

The title of the exhibition Enjoy Your Life! beautiful captures Jürgen Teller’s Weltanschaung that life has to be simple to be enjoyable. An extreme look at normality, capturing the ordinary and extraordinary full of tenderness and passion.

The exhibition is still on until the 3rd July 2017 at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin.

 

Peter Keetman…Deichtorhallen, Hamburg

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 16 February, 2017

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Just some impressions from my wonder through the Peter Keetman photography exhibition at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg.

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At Hamburger Bahnhof…Invalidenstraße, Berlin

Posted in Architecture, Art by Anne Bernecker on 2 February, 2017

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Just some impressions from my visit to Hamburger Bahnhof, a museum for modern art in Berlin. Works here are by Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, Joseph Beuys, Rudolph Stingel and Dan Flavin.

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In The Library at Frieze London…Regents Park, London

Posted in Art, Men by Anne Bernecker on 13 October, 2016

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Markus Lupfer in the ‘Silent Library’, 2016 by Hans Op de Beeck at Frieze London.

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