Drawing as Process
Current Trends in Graphic Art
The medium of drawing is currently enjoying a resurgence both in Germany and abroad. There are an enormous variety of approaches, and yet the work of the many different artists has something in common: an emphasis on process.
I'm not afraid of anything. Porträts junger Europäer
What do young people in Europe at the beginning of the 21st century look like, and how do they present themselves? Are the processes at work in today’s society obliterating regional idiosyncrasies? Berlin photographer Edgar Zippel set out to find answers to these questions, and the results of his quest will be displayed in an exhibition at the Museum of European Cultures, part of the National Museums in Berlin.
Nach der Natur · Camera Obscura
The actor, speaker and author Hanns Zischler has for years enjoyed prowling around outdoors with a Rigby pinhole camera in tow. The use of this historical technique, which requires long exposure times, allows him to lend unique expression to the constant motion found in nature.
Michael Zibold took the photographs in the book "Passagen" during the past 20 years in the world’s major harbor cities: Shanghai, St.Petersburg, New York, Naples and Rio de Janeiro, to name just a few of a total of 19 different settings.
For Wolfgang Zurborn photography is representing a way of seeing the fractured modern world in its overlapping images and contexts. In Drift, he is interested in finding the sublime in the ridiculous condition of modern life with a Dadaist awareness of the found object...