GALERIE ROTHAMEL ERFURT
ULRIKE THEUSNER UND JAZZ-MINH MOORE - THE PROMISED LAND
Opening time: Galerie Rothamel Erfurt
Tuesday - Friday 1 - 6 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Erasmus Schröter at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien
03.03. – 26.03.2017
Tue - Sun: 2 - 7pm
Leipzig-based photographer Erasmus Schröter is showing images from his photo series Contest in Künstlerhaus Bethanien. This series consists of large-format, colour portraits of young European men that Schröter photographed at various meetings and festivals of the Wave Gothic scene over the past four years.
The protagonists are in fierce competition with each other regarding the greatest admiration for their extraordinary appearance, aiming to provoke outrage with their consistent crossing of sexual, religious, and moral boundaries and taboos.
Pushing the boundaries with their obvious Narcissism, they illustrate the immense changes in European societies in an exemplary way.
Erasmus Schröter *1956 in Leipzig, left the GDR in 1985 and moved to Hamburg. Since 1997 Schröter has been living in Leipzig again.
Image: Contest 21, 2011, Colorprint / Diasec 150 cm x 120 cm
Grand Tour - Götze & Giebler in New Zealand and Australia
Made in Kaisersaschern
Trentham Mechanics Institute
66 High St, Trentham VIC 3458
Art Karlsruhe 2017
16 until 19 February 2017
AXEL ANKLAM, GRITA GÖTZE, MORITZ GÖTZE, ANNA KANT, HIROYUKI MASUYAMA, NGUYEN XUAN HUY, WIELAND PAYER, HANS-CHRISTIAN SCHINK, ULRIKE THEUSNER, THITZ
sculpture venue: DANA MEYER
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Halle 3, Stand J 32 + H 32
Messeallee 1, 76287 Rheinstetten, Germany
Preview + Vernissage
Wednesday, 15 February: 3 - 9 pm
16 - 18 February noon - 8 pm
19 February 11 am - 7 pm
London Art Fair with Hiroyuki Masuyama
Hiroyuki Masuyama and Joseph Mallord William Turner
The journeys from London to Rome
Turner's favorite themes were landscapes and seascapes, light and atmosphere being his special interest. Re-photographing these paintings is almost impossible: Nothing changes faster than light and atmosphere; and of course landscapes and cities look different than almost two centuries ago. Using an elaborate technique, sampling hundrets of photographs to one picture, Masuyama succeeded in recreating Turner's motifs.
Masuyama firmly believes in the possibility of time travel. As a Japanese, he also knows that you need a small deliberate irregularity to make something perfect. That is why, in his works, there are temporal transitions, passages between past, present and future. Seeing the past in the bright light of the present, without the patina of time - the works of Hiroyuki Masuyama make it possible.
London Art Fair
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
VIP Preview: Tuesday 17 January 3pm - 9pm
Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 January 11am – 9pm
Friday 20 January 11am – 7pm
Saturday 21 January 11am – 7.30pm
Sunday 22 January 11am – 5pm
Angel Station - 5 minute walk
King’s Cross St Pancras – 10 minute walk
Buses 19, 30, 38, 43, 56, 73, 341, 476