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Sonntag Paris | Schwarzwälder by Davide Cascio

Sonntag is going to Paris! They will be working with the swiss contemporary artist Davide Cascio and Sonntag Paris will be hosted by Faycal Baghriche and Kapwani Kiwanga.

Sonntag Paris would like to invite you to the Sunday matinee presentation:

Schwarzwälder
by Davide Cascio

Sunday, 7th of April 2013, 2 – 6pm Continue Reading →

Aphrodite’s Child | The Four Horsemen

Amazing psych-pop that sounds like a blueprint for the “Rave”-Rock era starting in the mid-1980s in the UK, and still surprisingly contemporary.

Find more Psychedelic Music – Lost in Time and Space – from all around the world on Oliver’s Tumblr Kopfleuchten!

 

© Joachim Brohm, Taxi, from the series 'Ohio', 1983-84© Joachim Brohm, Untitled, from the series 'Paradis II', 1982© Joachim Brohm, On Fire, from the series 'Ohio', 1983-1984© Joachim Brohm, Untitled, from the series 'Ruhr', 1980-1983© Joachim Brohm, Tractor #1, from the series 'Culatra', 2008-2010© Joachim Brohm, Boat Interior, from the series 'Culatra', 2008-2010

Joachim Brohm | Places & Edges

Opening: Thursday, March 21, 2013, 7pm
Exhibition: 22 March – 11 May 2013
(Easter Break from March 28th, reopen April 2nd)
Brancolini Grimaldi Gallery
, London

Press release by Brancolini Grimaldi Gallery:
Brancolini Grimaldi announces the first ever UK solo exhibition by leading German photographer Joachim Brohm. The exhibition will feature work from throughout Brohm’s 30 year career, from early series including Ruhr (1980 – 1983) and Ohio (1983-84) through to more recent projects such as Culatra (2008 – 2010). The exhibition will also include Paradis, an early series, which has never been exhibited in a gallery show before. Continue Reading →

spiegel #1 | she was able to fog a mirror

spiegel #1: “she was able to fog a mirror.”
by Hannah Goldstein & April Gertler
curated by
Fabio Campagna

Opening: Friday, March 22nd, 2013, 7 pm
Exhibition: March 26 – April 12, 2013
Finissage: Thursday 11th of April, 8pm
Tuesday – Friday: 4-7pm
and by appointment: + 49 (0) 174 659 8464
CORPO 6 GALERIE Berlin / Lichtenberg
Devil&Bride (roots. electronics) Live Set 9:30 pm

she was able to fog a mirror” is a photography site-specific project by Hannah Goldstein and April Gertler, curated by Fabio Campagna, which explores the theme of fragility and its strategic role within the delicacy of our relational dynamics. Continue Reading →

Larry Gus – Achilleas Kyriakidis {2013}

Buy it at Bandcamp or visit the label’s website.

Panagiotis Melidis, aka Larry Gus, is a special case of a musician, composer and producer who is distinguished both for his personal work and for his remixes of other artists’ music. His music has already crossed the Greek border with releases on Lefse Records and DFA. A 7inch, including two previously unreleased tracks entitled “Angelos Kyriou” and “Achilleas Kyriakidis”, is released at the beginning of 2013.

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Max Pinckers | The Fourth Wall

The Fourth Wall (2012)
A photograph of two men in uniform climbing over a fence, escaping. A re-enactment of a moment that just passed. They do it over again with great pride and pleasure. Later I read an article in the newspaper. Two men use sleep-inducing gas to rob a struggling actress in her home; the same gas used in a 1972 super hit film in which a cook robs his landlord. An image that I’ve been planning to make for some time comes to mind – a thick cloud of smoke in a bedroom film set. Two men in uniform sitting in a park. I photograph them. They pretend to have just woken up. On a Bombay rooftop I make a portrait of a Salman Khan look-alike. Another article tells me how a young girl loses herself in this big city in search of her idol, Salman Khan.

I had come to India in search of the pot of gold only to find that that pot had been buried deep in my unconscious.
– Vijay Mishra, Bollywood Cinema: Temples of Desire

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Mike Brodie | A Period of Juvenile Prosperity

Artist’s Reception and Book Signing: Thursday, March 7, 6:00–8:00 pm
Exhibition: March 7 – April 6, 2013
Yossi Milo Gallery, NYC

Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to present A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, an exhibition of color photographs by Mike Brodie, aka The Polaroid Kidd. The exhibition opens on Thursday, March 7 and will be on view through Saturday, April 6.

An artist’s reception and book signing of his new monograph, A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, published by Twin Palms, will be held on Thursday, March 7 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. This will be the artist’s first exhibition with the gallery and is concurrent with an exhibition of Brodie’s work at M+B Gallery in Los Angeles from March 16 – May 11, 2013.

A Period of Juvenile Prosperity depicts the gritty youth subculture of freight train hoppers and squatters. From 2004 – 2009, Brodie created a prolific body of work which introduces viewers to an alternative lifestyle based on the constant movement of train travel across America. The gallery will present 30 photographs from Brodie’s series. Continue Reading →

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Ralph Schulz | Reconstruction of unknown Interiors

It is common knowledge that the things people dispose of can tell a great deal about their former owners. So it seems that every pile of bulky waste is also a carrier of manifold information of a no longer existent interior space and about the people who once lived in and arranged it to their taste. Ralph Schulz has become a master in deciphering this fragmented and scrappy information.

Ralph Schulz picks up the piles of bulk waste and takes them into his studio only to re-build the pieces of furniture, carpets, plants and other things into a complete room again. At the end of this reconstruction process is the creation of the space and how it may have looked in its original version. For the reconstruction process Schulz only uses the pieces from one pile of waste. By imagining how the former owner of the things would have arranged the room, Schulz tries to build an authentic reconstruction – despite knowing that it will always be hypothetical. But through the photographic reproduction of the interior, which imitates the sculptural process of reconstruction, a seemingly realistic level is added to the model of the room: When regarding a photograph it is imminent that the viewer immediately imagines to find a true reality in the depicted space as this is the notion of photography. However, Schulz’ work is not only a melancholic study of no longer existent spaces but also a reflection on the character of photography. Continue Reading →