Alexander Seiler: Panthersprung (Schultz Contemporary Berlin)

The gallery Schultz Contemporary Berlin presents from 28 February to 18 April works by the Nuremberg-based artist Alexander Seiler in the exhibition “Panthersprung”: he creates fascinating objects that remind of warships and other military equipment that appear to be made into a symbiotic union with architectural elements. Continue reading “Alexander Seiler: Panthersprung (Schultz Contemporary Berlin)”

Annie Leibovitz: “A Photographer’s Life . 1990-2005” (C/O Berlin)


As already announced, on 20 February 2009, Annie Leibovitz has opened her exhibition “A Photograper’s Life . 1990-2005” in the gallery C/O Berlin. In addition to many celebrety portraits, private pictures and some landscapes, there is also a small, but fine selection of her photos from Sarajevo and Rwanda. Continue reading “Annie Leibovitz: “A Photographer’s Life . 1990-2005” (C/O Berlin)”

Embedded Art – Art in the Name of Security

On January 23rd 2009 at 1900h, the exhibition Embedded Art – Art in the Name of Security in the Akademie der Künste (Academy of the Arts) will open in Berlin.1 The exhibition’s concept was designed by the artists’ group BBM (Beobachter der Bediener von Maschinen, Observers of Operators of Machines) that exists since 1989, together with the Akademie der Künste. Continue reading “Embedded Art – Art in the Name of Security”

  1. Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin, Tel. +49-30/200 57-1000

Fritz Tiedemann: As Far as No Eye Can See (Berlinische Galerie)


The Berlinische Galerie presents the exhibition “As Far as No Eye Can See” from 1 November 2008 until 22 February 2009, consisting of panorama photos of Berlin, taken 1949-1951 by Fritz Tiedemann. Due to the partly huge dimensions of the pictures exhibited, watching the images of the city destroyed by war offers quite an intensive experience. Continue reading “Fritz Tiedemann: As Far as No Eye Can See (Berlinische Galerie)”