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Jessica Backhaus - Kehrerverlag Heidelberg

Collector's Edition in rusted metal box
with signed and numbered C-print inserted in the book.
sheet format ca. 28 x 24 cm.
580 Euro
Choice of two images:
"destiny" (above),
"Marlon Brando" (below);
edition of 25 each


Group show
“Carl Schuch und die zeitgenössische Stillleben-Fotografie”, Germany
2013 -2014

Siegerlandmuseum, Siegen
10th May 2013 – 2nd June 2013

Stadtmuseum Siegburg, Siegburg
14th July 2013 – 8th Sept. 2013

Städt. Kramer-Museum, Kempen
22nd Sept. 2013 – 24th Nov. 2013

Kunstsammlungen, Zwickau
6th Dec. 2013 – 16th Feb. 2014

Solo Shows
Wouter van Leeuwen Gallery, Amsterdam
25th May – 29th June 2013, opening 25th of May 2013

Robert Morat Galerie, Hamburg
Sept. 6th 2013-Oct. 2013

Kunsthalle Erfurt
19.Sept. 2013 – 24.Nov. 2013

UNSEEN PHOTO FAIR, Robert Morat Galerie Booth, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
25th Sept – 29th Sept. 2013

Robert Klein Gallery, Boston, USA
October-November 2013, Opening 5th of October 2013

Stieglitz 19, Antwerp, Belgium
November – December 2013

Maison de la Photographie, Lille, France
Winter 2013/14

Micamera Galerie, Milan, Italy
Spring 2014

Photographica Fine Art, Lugano, Switzerland
Spring 2014

Jessica Backhaus
What Still Remains

What Still Remains is the title of a photo series made up of 65 works created since 2006 in various locations. After her first book, Jesus and the Cherries, about life in rural Poland, the German-American photographer Jessica Backhaus now pursues in this new cycle of photographs the question of why things that have been forgotten or left behind pop up in specific places and then seem to take on a life of their own. Backhaus has succeeded here in capturing motifs that exude an air both sublime and enigmatic. Our gaze is transfixed as we attempt to unravel the mystery of what makes these banal objects so intriguing.
In their composed beauty and expressiveness, Backhaus’ photographs are reminiscent of still life paintings. But unlike the classical paintings depicting what were often artificial tableaux of objects meant to evoke aspects of vanitas, Backhaus manages to make time and transience palpable by framing scenes she comes upon by accident.

Authors: Jean Dykstra
Artists: Jessica Backhaus

28 x 25 cm
96 pages
43 color ills.
ISBN 978-3-86828-019-7
Euro 48,-