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Jeffrey Silverthorne - Exhibtion

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.

+++ Recent Publications +++
Detail: Deichtorhallen Hamburg/Haus der Photographie
Deichtorhallen Hamburg/Haus der Photographie
SARAH MOON - Now and Then

Looking at Moon’s frequently blurred black-and-whites or her pale color photographs – often taken on Polaroid film – one is beckoned into a realm of dreams, myths, and fears.

Euro 45,–

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Detail: Danila Tkachenko
Danila Tkachenko

Winner of the European Publishers Award for Photography 2015: Series exploring once important technological areas in Russia which are now deserted

ISBN 978-3-86828-653-3
Euro 38,00

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Detail: James Morris
James Morris

With a curiosity for history and topography James Morris began exploring the remains in Israel of the former British Mandate of »Palestine« promised as a homeland to such different peoples.

ISBN 978-3-86828-651-9
Euro 39,90

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Detail: Daniel Traub
Daniel Traub
LITTLE NORTH ROAD. Africa in China

Little North Road is a photographic collaboration that looks at a pedestrian bridge in the middle of Guangzhou. The bridge serves as a symbolic gateway into China from Africa.

ISBN 978-3-86828-629-8
Euro 39,90

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Detail: Leon Borensztein
Leon Borensztein

Photographer Leon Borensztein began his most personal project 30 years ago when his daughter, Sharon, was born with disabilities.

ISBN 978-3-86828-661-8
Euro 39,90

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Detail: Pamela Littky
Pamela Littky
The Villa Bonita

In a series of photographs that brings us into intimate distance of its subjects, The Villa Bonita surveys all of the inhabitants of this historic apartment tower in the middle of Hollywood, creating a collective portrait of the transient nature of the city.

ISBN 978-3-86828-685-4
Euro 39,90

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Detail: David Julian Leonard
David Julian Leonard
Tender is the Light

In common with much of the greatest photography, Leonard’s work celebrates the awesome power of the medium to lift the veil of perception in our everyday lives.

ISBN 978-3-86828-695-3
Euro 34,90

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Detail: Christoph Bangert
Christoph Bangert
hello camel

Following his examination, in his critically acclaimed book War Porn (Kehrer 2014) of the way our society deals with horrific images, in his new work hello camel Christoph Bangert now confronts the bitter absurdity of war.

ISBN 978-3-86828-683-0
Euro 39,90

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Detail: Rachel Papo
Rachel Papo

Papo devoted two years to her photographic research and the result is a quiet meditation on the home education movement from the children’s perspective.

ISBN 978-3-86828-687-8
Euro 39,90

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Detail: Evi Lemberger
Evi Lemberger
Between Then and Now

Between Then and Now is a project that tells of a world that is almost past.

ISBN 978-3-86828-684-7
Euro 29,90

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Detail: Freya Najade
Freya Najade
Jazorina. Land of Lakes

Named Jazorina for the local Lower Sorbian word for »land of lakes,« her photographs are silent, studied things, beautifully colored, and flushed with light.

ISBN 978-3-86828-691-5
Euro 35,-

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Detail: Ulrich Wüst
Ulrich Wüst
Später Sommer | Letzter Herbst

In pictorial series developed over lengthy periods, the photographer compiles the absence of a bourgeois society in the GDR and thus explores the collective feeling of privacy – through to substantial emptiness and meaninglessness.

ISBN 978-3-86828-697-7
39,90 Euro

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Detail: Monika Macdonald
Monika Macdonald
In Absence

The women portrayed in In Absence all have one thing in common: their solitary search for belonging – to something or someone.

ISBN 978-3-86828-679-3
Euro 29,90

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Detail: Kunstforum Wien
Kunstforum Wien
Balthus. Balthasar Klossowski de Rola

In spring 2016, for the first time in Austria, the Kunstforum in Vienna is showing a retrospective on the work of Balthasar Klossowski de Rolas, known as »Balthus.«

ISBN 978-3-86828-696-0
Euro 39,90

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Detail: Lars Morell
Lars Morell
The Brotherhood. The Experimenting Art School. Copenhagen 1961–1969

The Experimenting Art School (Den Eksperimenterende Kunstskole) was founded in Copenhagen in 1961 by the painter Poul Gernes.

ISBN 978-3-86828-703-5
Euro 49,90

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Detail: C/O Berlin Talents 37: Bianca Pedrina/Larissa Kikol
C/O Berlin Talents 37: Bianca Pedrina/Larissa Kikol
Borrowed Light

White cube, framed photographs, lighting, image title, wall text - and the classic standard exhibition is done! But how does a presentation take shape when the location itself is the subject of the exhibited photographs?

ISBN 978-3-86828-707-3
Euro 24,90

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