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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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Broken and Mended at Frieze London…Regents Park, London

Posted in Art, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 12 October, 2016

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Here featured works by Sudarshan Shetty and Grayson Perry and a look into the artists studio inspired Hauser & Wirth Gallery at Frieze London.

 

Pink Visions at Frieze London…Regents Park, London

Posted in Art, Event, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 10 October, 2016

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Here the second part of my impressions from Frieze London. Pink Visions featuring works by Craig Kauffman, Francis Upritchard, Torey Thornton, Daniel Arsham, Peter Halley, Grayson Perry and Anish Kapoor.

In-between Emma in her fabulous 80’s jumpsuit.

 

 

Metallic Impressions at Frieze London…Regents Park, London

Posted in Art, Event, Impressions by Anne Bernecker on 8 October, 2016

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The Frieze Art Fair is really always worth a visit, as you get the chance to see a huge variety of new artworks exhibited by the worlds best galleries. This year I was quite inspired by the use of metallics. Highly polished, yet often used organically in shape or mixed with rougher elements. Here are just some impressions from my visit featuring Hayley Tompkins, Jim Lambie, Gary Hume, Takuru Kuwata and Tony Cragg.

 

Tate Modern Switch House Opening…Bankside, London

Posted in Architecture, Art by Anne Bernecker on 16 June, 2016

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Ok, I had to cue up for a while to go and see the newly finished Switch House at the Tate Members viewing, but it was well worth the wait. An exceptional building built by Herzog & de Meuron, the buildings literal highlight is the 360 degree viewing platform on the 10th floor. And being a lover of brutalist architecture, the concrete curves and play of light, lines and proportions are a dream. I didn’t have enough time to check out all the new art on display, but for sure will be back soon.

What an amazing addition to London….and all for free.

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