Posts Tagged Exhibition


Kay von Aspern exhibition “Randnotizen”

Die Leica Galerie Wien zeigt ab dem 14. August Arbeiten des Wahl-Wiener Fotografen Kay von Aspern. Von Aspern ist ein Street Photographer im emphatischen Sinne: Die Kamera ist sein ständiger Begleiter. Seine Fotografien entspringen einer besonderen Sensibilität für die Exotik unseres Alltags. Was für gewöhnlich im Treiben der Städte verloren geht, weil es unterhalb der Schwelle der allgemeinen Aufmerksamkeit liegt, speichert von Aspern mit seiner Leica: große Dramen in Miniatur, skurrile Begegnungen, bedeutungsvolle Blicke. Es sind Momente, in denen der Alltag sich in einer zufälligen Komposition plötzlich verdichtet und über sich selbst hinaushebt, Momente, die von Aspern dem Strom der Zeit entreißt.

Kay von Aspern ist Teil einer vitalen Szene, die sich in den vergangenen Jahren in Wien gebildet und ganz der Street Photography verschrieben hat. Die Fotografinnen und Fotografen greifen damit ein Genre auf, das vor allem seit dem Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts, seit die Entwicklung der Kameratechnik eine gesteigerte Mobilität erlaubte, für einige der bleibenden Bilder und nachhaltigsten Mythen der Fotografiegeschichte verantwortlich ist. Henri Cartier-Bressons „moment décisif“, der entscheidende Augenblick einer Begebenheit, den es im Foto festzuhalten gilt, die Kamera als Verlängerung des Auges – das sind die Ideen, die das Wesen der Street Photography umreißen. Der Fotograf durchstreift als Flaneur den öffentlichen Raum der Stadt, taucht im Fluss der Passanten unter, bleibt aber immer wachsam für das Besondere im Alltäglichen. (more…)

Reister + von Aspern project

Christian Reister and Kay von Aspern show special and very offbeat moments, encounters, discoveries and nuances of every day life from the capitals of Vienna and Berlin in a joint project. Originally inspired by Natalie Opocensky and Thorsten Strasas’ Wien | Berlin exhibition last year, Seconds2Real colleagues von Aspern and Reister create their very own version of the topic by mixing and mashing some of their best photographs from recent years in one show. This joint project it is not only an exhibition project, it’s a book project also.

Read more about the book and order it here.

Check the facebook event page for the Berlin show opening in just three weeks.

Kay von Aspern & Christian Reister

pho[to-be]rlin workshops

pho[to-be]rlin invites internationally renowned photo-journalists to held open lectures and lead a 3- to 4-days workshop in Berlin (more…)

Christian Reister exhibition in Berlin

Poaching beyond the territories of street photography Christian Reister did a portrait series in the streets of New York City last year. The NEW YORKERS exhibition will open this Friday at playing with eels gallery in Berlin Kreuzberg. Musical guest will be Andreas Albrecht with Urban soundscapes from New York.

Check out details here and find the event on facebook.

Read and interview about the project on the Finnish blog PhotoArtTalk.

Exhibition flyer Christian Reister

 

Selected Austrian Photography

Seconds2Real’s Natalie Opocensky / Thorsten Strasas, Kay von Aspern and Elisabeth Schuh participate at the group exhibiton SELECTED ::: AUSTRIAN PHOTOGRAPHY.
Public opening: Dec 3rd, 7 p.m. @ gallery 33 Temporary [Con] Temporary, Design Tower Vienna – Stilwerk. We are looking forward to meeting you! Check
the official website for further information.

selected austrian photography

Video from Seconds2Real’s Vienna exhibition

A video documentary from Seconds2Real’s exhibition at Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna. Up until April, 13th.

Full house at Anzenberger Gallery

Thanks to everyone who has visited the Vienna exhibition so far. Approx. 250 to 300 people visited the opening night and the first regular opening days last weekend. In the context of the Seconds2Real group show ORF and viennarama published nice interviews, the Austrian Seconds2Real members were even invited to do a live radio interview on Superfly radio. We have some photographs from the opening at Anzenberger Gallery on Facebook. The exhibition is running until April, 13th.

Opening night at Anzenberger Gallery

fascination street goes vienna

Exhibition of Contemporary Austrian and German Street Photography at the Anzenberger Gallery in Vienna

Friedrich Schiller

After the huge success of Seconds2Real’s “fascination street” exhibition in Berlin with more than 650 visitors last year, “fascination street” is now coming to Vienna. We are very pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition at Anzenberger Gallery in Vienna March 31st – April 13th, 2012.

Elisabeth Schuh

In the exhibition “fascination street goes vienna” the photographic collective Seconds2Real shows contemporary street photography focusing on Germany and Austria. Opposed to the traditional strongholds of street photography like Paris, London or New York they are drawing attention to Berlin, Munich or Vienna. The long history of street photography is continued by the Seconds2Real photographers today with a contemporary view on public life.

Siegfried Hansen

Participating photographers are Alexander Magedler (Vienna), Andreas Stelter (Minden), Christian Reister (Berlin), Elisabeth Schuh (Vienna), Friedrich Schiller (Vienna), Guido Steenkamp (Berlin), Kay von Aspern (Vienna), Mario Cuic (Munic), Natalie Opocensky (Vienna), Siegfried Hansen (Hamburg) and Thorsten Strasas (Berlin).

Christian Reister

We would be happy to have the pleasure of welcoming you and invite you warmly to join us at the Vernissage, Friday, March 30th, 7pm. In parallel to the exhibition we will also do free Gallery Talks & Tours attended by many of the Seconds2Real photographers. Please see Gallery Talks & Tours dates below.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

Kay von Aspern

Location
Anzenberger Gallery
Zeinlhofergasse 7 | A-1050 Wien
Find it on google maps

Running time and opening hours
March 31st – April 13th, 2012
Mo – Fr 10am-6pm | Sat – Sun 2-5pm | closed April 8th and 9th
Free admission

Public Opening: Friday, March 30th, 7pm
Free admission

Gallery Talk & Tour
Saturday, March 31st, 2-5pm
Sunday, April 1st, 2-5pm
Saturday, April 7th, 2-5pm

“fascination street goes vienna” on Facebook | Website anzenbergergallery.com

Guido Steenkamp

Fascination Street Finissage

SecondsReal’s exhibition Fascination Street will be closing this Sunday. Join us for a drink at the finissage on October 30th, 7pm. Check the eventpage on Facebook for details.

If you can’t make it to visit the exhibition in Berlin check this new video on vimeo.

Fascination Street Exhibiton in Berlin
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Fascination Street opens in Berlin

All updated information about the upcoming Seconds2Real group show at MEINBLAU Kunsthaus in Berlin.

In the exhibition “fascination street” the photographic collective Seconds2Real shows contemporary street photography focusing on Germany and Austria. Opposed to the traditional strongholds of street photography like Paris, London or New York they are drawing attention to Berlin, Munich or Vienna. The long history of street photography is continued by the Seconds2Real photographers today with a contemporary view on public life.
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From Distant Streets in USA

In the exhibition “From Distant Streets,” curator and photographer Richard Bram has gathered together the work of 29 photographers working around the globe in a multitude of styles but with one common thread: their photographs are of unposed, unrehearsed Reality.


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Seconds2Real Exhibition in Berlin

We are thrilled to announce “fascination street”, Seconds2Real’s first exhibition of contemporary Street Photography. The Berlin show opens 15th October 2011 and runs for two weeks. We will be showing more than 100 prints at the unique MEINBLAU Kunsthaus.


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Seconds2Real Exhibition in Liverpool

In context of the Look11 Liverpool Photography Festival festival, Seconds2Real is exhibiting some work at Bold Street Coffee in Liverpool. The images are shown from 15th June until 13th July, 2011.

For a quick preview please check out the blog of Sara T’Rula’s who kindly organized the exhibition for us.

Bold Street Coffee Opening Times:
Mon-Sat 9am-6pm
Sun 10am-5pm

Sara will also be publishing an interview series with our photographers on her blog in the next couple of weeks.


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Christian Reister’s ALEX goes to USA

Thanks to Larissa Leclair’s engagement, Christian Reister’s self published book „ALEX“, released in autumn last year, was shown at the snap! Festival in Orlando, Florida, last week and will be part of the New York Photo Festival 2011 from Thursday May 12 to Sunday May 15.


„ALEX“ is part of the Indie Photobook Library and is available for sale on the photographer’s website and one bookshop in Berlin exclusively.

Seconds2Real at exp12 Gallery Berlin

On Feb. 12 there’ll be an evening with Seconds2Real at exp12 Gallery in Berlin. Christian Reister, Guido Steenkamp, Thorsten Strasas (all from Berlin), Andreas Stelter (Minden), Mario Cuic (Munic), Siegfried Hansen (Hamburg), Natalie Opocensky (Vienna) will introduce their works and the concept of Seconds2Real in open discussion with the audience.

Andreas Stelter won Ampersand magazine photo competition

Seconds2Real member Andreas Stelter has been selected by Bill Henson as a winner of the “Capture The Fade photography competition” for the australian art and culture journal Ampersand Magazine.
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'f.ort.be.weg.en' group exhibition

Seconds2Real members Elisabeth Schuh and Kay von Aspern are participating in the “f.ort.be.weg.en” group exhibition as a part of the Vienna month of photography.
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Siegfried Hansen exhibition

Famous Hamburg Bar and Restaurant Tiefenthal is exhibiting Street Photographs by Seconds2Real member Siegfried Hansen.

If you are in Hamburg sometime between the 7th of may and the 2nd of august, Tiefenthal certainly is the best place for lunch.

Exhibition by Guido Steenkamp at "Fenster61"

FENSTER61 is an approx. 2 by 2 meter shop window in the very busy Torstraße, near subway Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz in Berlin Mitte.

FENSTER61 is not a gallery. FENSTER61 doesn’t have opening hours, since the visitor is in a public space. The window is lit at night.


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