Kehrerverlag Heidelberg
Kehrerverlag Heidelberg
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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.


Maija Tammi – Exhibitions

Leftover is a photography series of used radiotherapy masks collected from three different hospitals. The masks hold traces of the people who wore them and smell like fear, that was and still is. Altogether Maija Tammi collected and photographed over three hundred masks.


Gallery Uusi Kipinä in Lahti/ Finland from September 17 through Oktober 4, 2014


GalleriZEBRA in Karjaa/ Finland from November 7 through November 26, 2014


Norman Seeff
Exhibition

From September 28, 2014 through January 25, 2015 works by Norman Seeff are on display at ZEPHYR – Raum für Fotografie der Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen in Mannheim.

The exhibition The Look of Sound presents almost 200 images by the famous photographer Norman Seeff . He photographed and filmed such music and important stars like Jonny Cash, Ray Charles, Miles Davis, Steve Jobs, Frank Zappa, Zubin Mehta, just to name a few, and many other celebrities in his special style.

Artist Talk: 28.09.2014, 5pm


Buildings
Susan Hefuna

Works by German-Egyptian artist Susan Hefuna will be on view at Osthaus Museum Hagen from August 22 through November 2, 2014.

The exhibition Buildings presents 110 drawings from the past 20 years.


Gregor Schmoll
Exhibition

From July 13th to November 2nd, the Kunsthalle Krems shows art by Gregor Schmoll , the "Monsieur Surrealist" of Austrian contemporary art. In his photographs, sculptures and installations, Schmoll tries to blur the lines between reality and imagination. His work deals with the conviction that perception is always informed by socio-cultural context.