Here is where you’ll find the latest news about Kehrer Verlag: recent publications, important book reviews, exhibitions, our artists and authors, book signings and other events.
The Forum Alte Post in Pirmasens is showing Götz Diergarten – PASSAGEN Fotobilder 1993 – 2013 till April 27th, 2014. On view are the not yet published series Quinéville, Binz-Rügen und Pirmasens.
Exhibition Our Daily Bread
For the first time in Europe the exhibition Our Daily Bread will be shown at the Französischen Dom in Berlin from 28th November 2013 through 28th February 2014. The exhibition will run under the patronage of UNICEF and Anne Frank Fonds Basel, curated by ˚Clair Gallery.
Magnum photographer Erich Hartmann’s long-term project shows the human work involved in making Our Daily Bread from land-clearing through planting and harvesting to the feeding of millions. Our Daily Bread was first shown in a large exhibition in New York 1962.
Book Launch: Französische Friedrichstadtkirche , at 7pm
The Jewish Museum Berlin presents from November 22, 2013 through March 23, 2014 the exhibition In an Instant. Photographs by Fred Stein.
The exhibition is Germany’s first comprehensive retrospective of Fred Stein’s work . With more than 130 black-and-white photos, it presents street views of Paris and New York along with portraits. Personal documents, original prints, and contact sheets offer further glimpses of the photographer’s life and work.
From November 8 through December 4, 2013 the CARMIGNAC FOUNDATION will be present the winner of this years Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award Davide Monteleone . Works of his series Spasibo will be on view at Chapelle des Beaux-arts de Paris.
In 2009, Carmignac Gestion broadened its corporate sponsorship activities to include support for photojournalism. Under the leadership of Nathalie Gallon, the Foundation annually finances an in-depth photo reportage on a topic directly connected to current affairs.
Works by Christopher Anderson will be on view at Robert Morat Galerie in Hamburg from November 2, 2013 through January 11, 2014.
Anderson first received international attention for his documentary work from conflict zones all over the world and is a member of Magnum since 2005. The birth of his son in 2008 became the starting point for a very personal, intimate photo project.
Opening: Friday, November 1, 2013 at 6 pm
From October 26, 2013 through March 2, 2014 the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) will present the exhibition “TRAVELLING THE WORLD. Art from Germany” at the ZKM l Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe . Around 400 works of art from the ifa touring exhibition, which represents six decades of art in Germany across all continents, are introduced with a new perspective on art history.
At Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien a major show of works by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat will be on display from October 16, 2013 through February 2, 2014.
In the years 1984/85, the two star artists produced a large number of joint works that show the two very different artist personalities generating a fascinating and richly facetted creative electricity between them. Individual works are on show as well as the collaborations. Warhol’s works are primarily taken from his parallel periods of creativity, when he was mainly producing pictures executed by hand in black-and-white. The exhibition also includes major works by Basquiat: paintings and drawings produced between 1981 and 1986.
Works by Christopher Anderson will be on view at Picture Farm Gallery in New York. The open is slated for September 13th, and will be an opportunity to pick up a piece of the important photographer’s personal opus.
The book presents a very personal body of work from Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson, who has earned international acclaim for his documentary work from conflict zones all over the world. Following the birth of his son he stepped away from war photography and his photographs turned towards an intimate reflection.
Works by polish Photographer Rafal Milach Rafal Milach will be on view at Brandts Museum in Odense, Denmark from September 6, 2013 through March 2, 2014.
Over a period of several years, the photographer accompanied with his camera seven young people living in the Russian cities of Moscow, Yekaterinburg and Krasnoyarsk. In intimate pictures, he portrays a generation caught up between the mentality of the old Soviet regime and the up-and-coming Russia of the Putin era.