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 theme of the city, with its subcultures, promises, and dangers, runs through the three photographic oeuvres of Ken Schles, Jeffrey Silverthorne and Miron Zownir, which will be presented in the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg from 5 May to 7 August 2016.
Jeffrey Silverthorne’s photographic work pointedly poses existential life questions of identity, gender, love, sexuality, and death.
Works by Canadian photographer Normand Rajotte will be on view at Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung in Berlin from February 27 to April 24, 2016.
The exhibition Normand Rajotte: Empreintes / Alfred Ehrhardt: Animal Tracks is an encounter between the images of Alfred Ehrhardt and Normand Rajotte, who each dedicated their works to the surface structures of the ground and the patterns inscribed there by various forms of animal life.
Opening: Friday, February 26, 2016
Works by Matthieu Gafsou will be on view at Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Munich from 22 January to 24 June 2016.
Entitled LIFE IS NOT A BEACH, the new exhibition addresses the dark sides of life. One example is the oppressive world of drug addicts. The photographer Matthieu Gafsou documents these in his thirty photographs in an authentic and at the same time poetically sensible manner.
The Stiftung Buchkunst announced the 25 winners of The most beautiful German books 2015 from almost 900 outstandingly designed books.
We are happy to announce two winners in the category of Photography- and Artbooks: Dima Gavrysh Inshallah and François Schaer Jours Blancs.
On the shortlist: Christoph Bangert War Porn and James Hill Somewhere between War and Peace!
From March 9 through June 5, 2016 the exhibtion EYES WIDE OPEN! 100 YEARS OF LEICA PHOTOGRAPHY at [url=http://www.versicherungskammer-kulturstiftung.de/kulturstiftung/en/kunstfoyer/augen-auf-100-jahre-leica-fotografie/]Kunstfoyer Munich[/url] illuminates various aspects of 35mm photography, from journalistic strategies to documentary approaches and artistic positions.
More than 300 photographs, supplemented by documentary material, including journals, magazines, books, advertisements, brochures, and camera prototypes, will recount the history of 35mm photography from its beginnings to the present day. Among the featured photographers are those who are internationally known for their work with Leica cameras as well as amateurs and artists who have not yet been widely associated with small-format photography.