Haus der Kunst – Thomas Ruff im Interview mit Thomas Weski, 16.02.12
Une visite complète de l’importante exposition consacrée par le Centre Pompidou au grand peintre allemand. Où l’on comprend la relation étroite entre peinture et photographie, entre l’esthétique de l’artiste et la place de l’homme dans une actualité d’ores et déjà versée à l’histoire. Et par dessus tout, la passion d’expérimenter, de ressentir et de peindre.
Not Fade Away: The Face of German History in Michael Schmidt’s Ein-heit By Michael W. Jennings, October, 2003 Fotografieren verboten. Photography forbidden. Is this the coded message that stutters at us in a central image from the photoessay U-ni-ty (Ein-heit) by the contemporary Berlin photographer Michael Schmidt? The cropped image of a sign, perhaps a […]
Juergen Teller – “The Photographers Gallery 1998”.
The 88 years old photographer Saul Leiter in a talk with Brigitte Woischnik and his assistent Margit Erb in the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg were a great number of his photographs are exhibited. deichtorhallen.de More Videos on: whitetube.de Find Whitetube on facebook.com/whitetube Subscribe to vimeo.com/channels/whitetube
Fat hand and dollars, Monte Carlo, 1986 Perfection, perfect women, and perfect sex (as if such a thing exists) may be Newton’s medium, his outer preoccupation, his aesthetic obsession, but they are not the subject of his work. Skewing Lines: On Pervs, Pearls and Sex Dolls By Lily Azrielant, Mercer Street The warm […]
“There are two dirty words in photography, one is art and the other is good taste.” – Helmut Newton Skewing Lines: On Pervs, Pearls and Sex Dolls By Lily Azrielant The warm afternoon light strokes the ends of her dimly lit legs. They are thin, small, soft, and fitted with a pair of violent […]
Juergen Teller on shooting models. © TATE MODERN
Social class stands before us in all its detail and specificity. By Clare Hurley, December, 2004 “People of the Twentieth Century”: August Sander’s Photographic Portrait of Germany, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, May 25—September 19, 2004 A selection of 150 photographs from August Sander’s People of the Twentieth Century [Menschen des 20. Jahrhunderts] […]
Executed in 1991, Andreas Gursky’s New York Stock Exchange is one of the earliest examples and, at the time, largest of Andreas Gursky’s seminal series of photographs of global stock exchanges which he continues to this day. The original inspiration and philosophy for the series derived from the stock market collapses of the late […]