MEISTER DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS

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Der andere Blick

Vom 18. Januar, 2018 bis 18. März, 2018

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Ein Streifzug durch private Sammlungen und die Fotogeschichte

Sihlquai 125 – 8005 Zürich (2. Stock)
Mi bis Sa 12 bis 21 Uhr
So 12 bis 18 Uhr
Eintritt 12/8 CHF

Der Name reicht! Schon erscheint das ikonische Bild vor unserem geistigen Auge: Dies gilt für Diane Arbus, René Burri, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank und Nan Goldin ebenso wie für Irving Penn, August Sander, Edward Steichen, Martin Parr, Wim Wenders oder Jeff Widener – um nur einige der Fotokünstler in der neuen Ausstellung der Photobastei zu nennen! Sie alle und viele mehr laden ab 19. Januar zu einem Streifzug durch die Fotografiegeschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts ein.
Das kuratorische Augenmerk der Ausstellung liegt aber gerade nicht in den ikonischen Bilder – sondern darin, mittels bekannteren und unbekannteren Fotografien, die Meister mit einem anderem Blick neu zu entdecken.

Die ältesten Aufnahmen in dieser Ausstellung stammen von dem Pariser Fotografen Eugène Atget, der mit seiner damals sehr gewichtigen Ausrüstung durch die Vorstädte flanierte und an scheinbar unscheinbaren Orten innehielt, die er in faszinierende Schauplätze verwandelte. So auch die Kulisse eines schlichten Torbogens mit dem benachbarten vergitterten Fenster, die zugleich alltäglich und besonders wirkt.

Entlang der Zeitachse runden dann Arbeiten von Martin Parr, Sarah Moon, Peter Beard, Nobuyoshi Araki u.a. den Streifzug ab.

Die Ausstellung, kuratiert von Michael Franke, lädt zum Flanieren und entdecken ein – zu einem anderen Blick auf rund 140 Meister des 20. Jahrhunderts.

Die ausgestellten Fotografen
Berenice Abbott
Ulvis Alberts
Nobuyoshi Araki
Mark Arbeit
Diane Arbus
Jean Eugène Auguste Atget
Augustin Bartu
Elmer Batters
Irena Blühová
Erwin Blumenfeld
Édouard Boubat
Bill Brandt
Horace Bristol
Peter Klaus Brüchmann
René Burri
Harry Callahan
Francisco Cano
Robert Capa
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Robert Doisneau
Alfred Eisenstaedt
Bill Engdahl
Lyonel Feininger
Raúl Corrales Fornos
Klaus Frahm
Robert Frank
Jaromír Funke
Nan Goldin
Bedrich Grunzweig
F.C. Gundlach
Roswitha Hecke
Fritz Henle
Edward Henry Weston
Peter Hill Beard
George Edward Hurrell
Axel Hütte
Ota Jane?ek
Peter Keetman
André Kertész
Astrid Kirchherr
Yves Klein
Germaine Krull
Erzsy Landau
Robert Lebeck
Danny Lee
Rudolf Franz Lehnert
Nathan Lerner
Bernard Levy
Herbert List
Charlotte March
Frederick William McDarrah
Lucia Moholy
Pierre Molinier
Sarah Moon
Hans Namuth
Ruth Orkin
Martin Parr
Irving Penn
Gilles Peress
Rosmarie Pierer
Angelika Platen
Ricky Powell
Richard Prince
Edward Quinn
Leonard Quinn
Albert Renger-Patzsch
Hans Richter
Willy Ronis
Jerry Rothstein
Osvaldo Salas
August Sander
Francesco Scavullo
Jeanloup Sieff
Alice Smeets
José Agraz Solans
Edward Jean Steichen
Jock Sturges
Josef Sudek
Marshall Swerman,
Karin Szèkessy
Else Thalemann
Miroslav Tichý
Nicolas Tikhomiroff
Annette von Keudell
Max Waldman
Wim Wenders
Robert Werling
Alfred Wertheimer
Wolfgang Wesener
Jeff Widener
Sebastião Ribeiro Salgado Júnior

Quelle: photobastei.ch

CHARACTERS by Ruediger Glatz

Sutor Mantellassi | Characters by Ruediger Glatz from Style Magazine Italia on Vimeo.

CHARACTERS by Ruediger Glatz

The series is self-contained and was developed in the context of Ruediger Glatz´s portrait on the fashion scene, THE NEW BLACK, that begun 2009, still is in progress and is not being exhibited yet.
For this portrait series of 12 international personalities from different genres, Glatz focused on the very one thing they have in common…a strong character. He chose the combination of a close-up portrait and 2 moments of their lives that give a brief insight in their stories.

An artist collaboration of Ruediger Glatz with the prestigious Italian shoemaker SUTOR MANTELLASSI.

Working period
August – December 2016

Pieces of work
36 pieces // archival pigment prints on baryta paper // 60x90cm // edition of 3 + 2AP

…accompanied by a catalogue (18x24cm // 160 pages // hardcover) to the project in an edition of 1000 copies. 100 copies numbered and signed by the artist.

Exhibition
The exhibition took place at the remarkable Palazzo Gianfigliazzi Bonaparte in Florence Italy from the 10th till the 13th of January 2017

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Volker Hinz „IN LOVE WITH PHOTOGRAPHY“


From Ansel Adams to Richard Avedon, from Peter Beard to Alfred Eisenstaedt, from F.C. Gundlach to Annie Leibowitz, from Peter Lindbergh to Lee Miller, from Helmut Newton to Irving Penn or from Sebastião Salgado to Joel-Peter Witkin – the list is endless: The best photographers of the last fifty years come together in the pictures of portrait magician Volker Hinz. The long-term Stern-photographer got everybody in front of his camera – a unique treasure in the history of photography presented here for the first time.

Limited, numbered and signed edition of 1,000 copies

Volker Hinz
Peter-Matthias Gaede
28 x 35,5 cm
424 pages
371 photos
English, German
Hardcover, bound in linen,
„French Fold“-jacket
ISBN 978-3-903101-00-5
October 2015
Free shipping to Austria and Germany
EUR 249,00 BUY
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IN LOVE WITH PHOTOGRAPHY

Timeless, psychologically dissecting photography. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
An unerring instinct for the subtlety of the moment! Süddeutsche Zeitung

IN LOVE WITH PHOTOGRAPHY is a unique treasure in the history of photography, waiting to be lifted from the archives of Volker Hinz, one of the most important and indefatigable photographers of our time. A treasure, amassed in almost 50 years by a passionate photographer of portraits and presented here for the first time. Volker Hinz photographed those who normally remain hidden behind their cameras. Whenever and wherever he encountered them: at work, at home, in public or private moments. This is how a unique collection of the most renowned photographers of the second half of the 20th and the early 21st centuries came about. A summit meeting of individuals who sustain humanity’s memory with their images. Peter-Matthias Gaede, GEO Editor-in-Chief of 20 years, has followed Volker Hinz’ work for a long time – and describes the restless life of a photographer who set out to discover for himself not only his profession but humanity as such. And became a fascinating modern classic in the process.

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AUTHORS

PETER-MATTHIAS GAEDE
studied social sciences at the University of Göttingen and attended the Henri Nannen School of journalism. He worked at the Frankfurter Rundschau newspaper for three years before joining GEO magazine in 1983 as a reporter. From 1994 to 2014 he served as Editor-in-Chief, not just of GEO magazine but also as Editor-in-Chief and Editor of GEO WISSEN, GEOlino, GEO Specials and other GEO spin-offs. Gaede has received, among others, the Theodor Wolff Prize and the Egon Erwin Kisch Prize. He is on the board of the Körber Foundation, Reporters without Borders and, since 2014, UNICEF Germany, as well as being a member of the Akademie für Publizistik.
VOLKER HINZ
lives and breathes photography, his passion. At the age of just 20 he sold his first pictures, and as a 24-year-old he became director of Fotoagentur Sven Simon in Bonn, before joining Stern magazine in Hamburg in 1974. For 40 years he played a key role in shaping the visual aesthetic of the magazine. Hinz has created an extensive oeuvre and received many accolades. His work has been shown in 58 exhibitions to date. Many of his pictures are held in museum and private collections. IN LOVE WITH PHOTOGRAPHY is evidence that Volker Hinz must be counted among the major contemporary photographers.
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