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Peter Wegner
15.3.-15.8.2018 Kunst-Station in the main train station of the city of Wolfsburg

Opening on Thursday, 15th March, 2018, 6 pm

Evelyn Hofer
in: Photography and form
until Apr-22-2018 in Museum of Photography, The Hague, Netherlands

Anja Bohnhof
KOLKATA - Fotografie aus Indien
2.1.-28.4.2018 KunstRaum, Duisburg

KunstRaum shows photographs from the series "books for sale" (2009) and "Bahak" (2012).

Lena von Goedeke
in: Scharf geschnitten.
Vom Scherenschnitt zum Papercut

27.1. - 22. 4.2018 Galerie Stihl, Waiblingen

Aino Kannisto
in: Inside Out. Fotografie und Psychologie
7.2.-12.5.2018 Art Foyer of the DZ Bank Kunstsammlung

"Photography and psychology are two very distinct disciplines which have significantly shaped our cultural modern age. The exhibition "Inside Out" explores the correlation between both areas [...]"

Opening on tuesday, 6 february, 7 p.m.

Simone Nieweg
in: Into the Woods: Trees in Photography
until 22 April 2018 in Victoria and Albert Museum , London

"Trees have long been a source of inspiration for artists. This display explores the diverse representation of trees in photography – as botanical subjects and poetic symbols, in the context of the natural and human worlds."
The exhibitions shows the photography Le Barroux, Vaucluse, 2012 by Simone Nieweg.

Simone Nieweg
in: Bernd, Hilla and the Others
Photography from Dusseldorf

9.3. - 3.6.2018 Huis Marseille, Amsterdam

Christiane Löhr
3.3.-1.7.2018 Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden, Wuppertal

Caroline von Grone and Marta Guisande
in: Möglichkeiten von Malerei
3.2.-15.4.2018 Märkisches Museum Witten

Thomas Florschuetz
in: Im Moment. Fotografie aus Sachsen und der Lausitz
18.11.2017-15.4.2018 Kaisertrutz, Kulturhistorisches Museum Görlitz

Stephan Schenk
in: Hallo, Nachbar! Der tägliche Tanz um Nähe und Distanz
26.11.2017-25.3.2018 Vögele Kultur Zentrum


Laura Letinsky
Interview at
Interview by Brandi Katherine Herrera
December 5, 2017
Photography by Lyndon French

Laura Letinsky grew up in Winnipeg, where she had the freedom to experiment artistically without any concern over who was watching or judging her. Having since made her life in the US, she continues to push societal norms and expectations though the artwork she makes. From her studio in Chicago, she spoke to us about the roles that tenuousness and imperfection play in her process, why it's important for her to provoke and unsettle by way of the photographic still life, and how there's really no such thing as 'balance' in her life as an artist, professor, and parent.

Antje Dorn
in: Ausgezeichnet / Gefördert
Stipendiaten der Hans und Charlotte Krull Stiftung

12.7. - 9.9.2018 Kommunale Galerie Berlin

Lena von Goedeke
in: Schnittstelle
Contemporary Cut Out trifft expressionistischen Scherenschnitt

6.7. - 11.11.2018 August Macke Haus, Bonn

Caroline von Grone und Aino Kannisto
in: Aussicht - Einsicht
Das Fenster in der Kunst

Dezember 2018 - März 2019 Museum Sinclair-Haus, Bad Homburg

François Morellet

28.10.2017-30.6.2018 Dia:Beacon and Dia:Chelsea, New York

A report by Judith Benhamou-Huet on the exhibition.

Gotthard Graubner
18.02.2018 – 10.02.2019
Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, Remagen

Situation Kunst

Situation Kunst is an ensemble of buildings located in the Galerie m Bochum's neighborrhood and hosts a permanent exhibition of important pieces of contemporary art and since 2010 space for temporary exhibitions in the Kubus . Situation Kunst was designed in 1988 by Alexander von Berswordt-Wallrabe as an interconnected system relating art, architecture, and nature as a synthesis. To the website of Situation Kunst