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ON PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION
 
UNO ART SPACE 023---> Volker Schrank ---> opening ---> 28. February--->opening
UNO ART SPACE 021 ---> 30. November 7 p.m. --->Screening ---> Daniel T. Braun
UNO ART SPACE 022 ---> Oliver Mark ---> 26. Oktober --->opening
UNO ART SPACE 021 ---> Galerienotizen Stuttgarter Zeitung ---> Max de Esteban
UNO ART SPACE 021 ---> 11. July ---> opening ---> Max de Esteban
UNO ART SPACE 020 ---> opening FR --> 26. April ---> YOURS and MINE and OURS
UNO ART SPACE 019 ---> Event --> 22. January 7 to 10 p.m.
PHOTO EXPERT ---> Ute Noll ---> in ---> PDN ---> Photo Annual 2012 ---> NYC
UNO ART SPACE 018 ---> 1. June ---> 7-10 p.m --> Opening ---> Fataneh Dadkhah
HIJACKED 2: ---> Vernissage ---> 19. Mai ---> Galerie ZEPHYR in Mannheim
UNO ART SPACE 023---> Volker Schrank ---> opening ---> 28. February--->opening


 (c) Volker Schrank

The Stammtisch, the table reserved in the pub for the regulars, is associated with men, beer and saying what you mean. Volker Schrank avoids the social atmosphere andinstead photographs the places, without people as if they were a stage set. Imagining the traditional drinking rituals and heated discussions is left up to the viewer by the Stuttgart photographer. The interiors speak for themselves!
 

The exhibition is a cooperation with bildkultur, Stuttgart.

 

Where: —> UNO ART SPACE - Ute Noll, Liststrasse 27

Exhibition: —> Stammtische

Artist:  —> Volker Schrank, Stuttgart

Opening: —> Fr 28. February  7 to 10 p.m. 

Cloasing: ---> 31. May

Directions:—>  Bus 43, Bus Stop Lehenstrasse or Markuskirche; U 14 and U 1 Marienplatz; Parking: Südtor, Kolbstr. 10, 5 Minuten walking

Opening Hours: —> Tu 5-7 p.m. and by appointment:

E-Mail: hello@on-photography.com

 


UNO ART SPACE 021 ---> 30. November 7 p.m. --->Screening ---> Daniel T. Braun

 

Where: —> UNO ART SPACE - Ute Noll, Liststrasse 27

Screening: —> light of light

Artist:  —> Daniel T. Braun, Karlsruhe

When: —> Sa 30.  November 7 p.m.

 Directions:—>  Bus 43, Bus Stop Lehenstrasse or Markuskirche; U 14 and U 1 Marienplatz; Parking: Südtor, Kolbstr. 10, 5 Minuten walking

Opening Hours: —> Tu 5-7 p.m. and by appointment: E-Mail: hello@on-photography.com

 

I use the media of photography in different and experimental ways. Not as an end in itself but to explore the phenomenology of the media for my idea of an image. Sometimes a picture is the result of a performative act, and sometimes I operate in a pictorial, staged or sculptor way- back and in front of the camera. There I work mainly analog with a 5x7 inch large-format camera and medium format. Sometimes a photo becomes an object- like in the Rocketogrames seria. Here I exposed in an action painting manner photographic color paper direktly in contact to exploding rockets and developed it. I am interessted in how i can create photographic sculptures or installations which are otherwise not possible. Build in miniatur an ephemer model can be blown up to a big object. Put into the right light and a certain point of view the constraints between the disciplines painting, sculpture, installation, action and photography are floating. My ambition is to create something new, not to reproduce. I think there is a thrill of the charme of the analogue working-process of analogue photography- especially if there is a degree of reference although it seems to have been digitally manipulated. The ephemeral of feelings, an attitude, aspiration or any state are interessting vehicles to create photograhs- photographs are ephemeral in itself.

 DANIEL T. BRAUN

The pictures of Daniel T. Braun procure the force of powerful energy, colors and forms seem to explode. The eruptions show naturaly surges and bomb detornations, but they are created with comparatively harmles materials in a model. Whether a sputtering froth or bursting material, Braun plucks it into cotton and paper. The apparently picture of the snapshot of a explosive movement is a tenderly object of permanent durable standstill. Sometimes the artist also lets explode real firweork on his photo paper. Aesthetic accident and artistic calculushold then a fragile balance

PROF. LOIS RENNER 

UNO ART SPACE 022 ---> Oliver Mark ---> 26. Oktober --->opening

Diane Kruger (c) Oliver Mark 

 

Oliver Mark portrays personalities of public life. The Berliner photographer gets surprisingly close to actors, such as Dustin Hoffman or politicians like Madeleine Albright, yet still maintains a respectful distance. That is exactly what his quadratic black and white polaroids reflect. They develop their appeal beyond a clear usability, are relentlessly direct, timeless, far removed and charming.

 

Where: —> UNO ART SPACE - Ute Noll, Liststrasse 27

Exhibition: —> Außenseiter und Eingeweihter

Artist:  —> Oliver Mark, Berlin

 

Opening: —> Sa 26. October 7 to 10 p.m. 

 

Directions:—>  Bus 43, Bus Stop Lehenstrasse or Markuskirche; U 14 and U 1 Marienplatz; Parking: Südtor, Kolbstr. 10, 5 Minuten walking

 

Opening Hours: —> Tu 5-7 p.m. and by appointment: E-Mail: hello@on-photography.com

 

UNO ART SPACE 021 ---> Galerienotizen Stuttgarter Zeitung ---> Max de Esteban

Herzlichen Dank an den Autoren Georg Leisten & die Kulturedakteurin Amber Sayah.

Viel Vergnügen beim Anklicken - Vergrößern - Lesen.

UNO ART SPACE 021 ---> 11. July ---> opening ---> Max de Esteban
 (c) Max de Esteban
 
The Spanish photographer, Max de Esteban photographs technical equipment such as cameras, video recorders and audio recording systems from the previous century in an unreal, transparent way with a ghostly white inner life. What it means for art and society when these apparatus are put in a museum and instead of being put to use is just one theme of his complex photo series, Proposition One.
 

Where: —> UNO ART SPACE - Ute Noll, Liststrasse 27

What: —> Exhibition: Proposition One

Artist:  —> Max de Esteban, Barcelona

Opening: —> Thursday 11. July from 7 to 10 p.m.

Duration: —> until 28. September 2013

Directions—>  Bus 43, Bus Stop Lehenstrasse or Markuskirche; U 14 and U 1 Marienplatz; Parking: Südtor, Kolbstr. 10, 5 Minuten by foot

Opening Hours: —> Tu 5-7 p.m. Uhr and by appointment: E-Mail: uno@on-photography.com. phone: 0711-66 48 72 85
UNO ART SPACE 020 ---> opening FR --> 26. April ---> YOURS and MINE and OURS

 (C) Marlene Herden und (c) Bernadette Wolbring

Bernadette Wolbrings Fotografien zeigen Gemälde-Reproduktionen alter Meister. Den eigentlichen Bildinhalt jedoch abstrahiert und interpretiert die Künstlerin, übrig bleibt ein rätselhaft entleerter Raum aus Rasterpunkten, Licht und Schatten. Marlene Herden hingegen fügt hinzu, bestickt Reproduktionen von anonymen schwarz-weiß Porträts und entwickelt dabei ein geheimnisvolles Verhältnis zu ihr unbekannten Personen. Gemeinsam ausgestellt kommen so Raum und Figur ins Gespräch.

Where: —> UNO ART SPACE - Ute Noll, Liststrasse 27

What: —> Exhibition: YOURS and MINE and OURS 

Artist:  —> Marlene Herden (Hamburg) and Bernadette Wolbring (Stuttgart/Stockholm)

Opening: —> Fr 26. April 7 to 10 p.m.

Finissage: —> Fr 28. Juni 2013 from 7 to 10 p.m.

Directions—>  Bus 43, Bus Stop Lehenstrasse or Markuskirche; U 14 and U 1 Marienplatz; Parking: Südtor, Kolbstr. 10, 5 Minuten by foot

Opening Hours: —> Tu 5-7 p.m. Uhr and by appointment: E-Mail: uno@on-photography.com. phone: 0711-66 48 72 85
UNO ART SPACE 019 ---> Event --> 22. January 7 to 10 p.m.

(c) Staatsarchiv Leipzig

Null Komma Null Null 4 Prozent // 2

Ute Noll and Michaela Eigmüller’s investigations into the GDR’s agricultural life at the Agra-Archive in Leipzig have yielded a stunning, unexpected,  and even bizarre bank of images. Providing fertile ground for individual interpretation, the pictures they have discovered communicate a reality far removed from the government’s intentions. Now the coloured images are also on view

Where: —> UNO ART SPACE - Ute Noll, Liststrasse 27

Duration: —> until 28. March

Directions—>  Bus 43, Busstop Lehenstrasse oder Markuskirche; U 14 und U 1 Marienplatz;

Opening Hours: —> Tu 5-7 p.m. Uhr and by appointment: E-Mail: uno@on-photography.com. phone: 0711-66 48 72 85

 

PHOTO EXPERT ---> Ute Noll ---> in ---> PDN ---> Photo Annual 2012 ---> NYC

 

IN: PHOTO DISTRICT NEWS, PDN PHOTO ANNUAL 2012, NYC. 

FAVORITES SOURCES FOR PHOTOGRAPHY  BY EXPERTS IN THE FIELD

Ute Noll
Founder of On Photography & Illustration agency and Uno Art Space, Stuttgart, Germany


BLINK
is a print magazine and it’s presented online (blinkreflex.com). The editor and founder is ARam Kim, an amazing lady totally in love with photography and the arts. She quit her job as an art editor for an art magazine, and decided to invent her own magazine. I am stunned by ARam’s energy, her amazing taste for incredibly fresh, sometimes funny, sometimes strange, sometimes serious and always broad range of intelligent international art work which she presents … in Korean and English. Examples of photographers she has featured include Holly Andres, Cécile Decorniquet and Yann Gross. ARam is an incredible, self-made person. She spent 15 years of her savings to create and publish BLINK and is now waiting for sponsors or advertisers. And I hope that she will find them.

UNO ART SPACE 018 ---> 1. June ---> 7-10 p.m --> Opening ---> Fataneh Dadkhah

(c) Fataneh Dadkhah

Opening:  —> Freitag, 01. Juni 19 bis 22 Uhr

Artist: —> Fataneh Dadkhah, Teheran.

Fataneh Dadkhah (born 1952). After residing in the USA for many years, Fataneh has returned to live and work in Teheran, Iran. With her work „Hidden Generation“ she enables us to view the search for new identity in current Iranian society. In this work she acknowledges her cultural roots, but also reveals her own personal point of view.

Where: —> UNO ART SPACE - Ute Noll, Liststrasse 27

Duration: —> until 17. September 2012

Summerbreak: —> 17. August -8. September 

Directions—>  Bus 43, Haltestelle Lehenstrasse oder Markuskirche; U 14 und U 1 Marienplatz; Parkhaus: Südtor, Kolbstr. 10, 5 Minuten zu Fuß

Opening Hours: —> Tu 5-7 p.m. Uhr and by appointment: E-Mail: uno@on-photography.com. phone: 0711-66 48 72 85

HIJACKED 2: ---> Vernissage ---> 19. Mai ---> Galerie ZEPHYR in Mannheim

(c) Lee Grant:  Ashleigh in ihrem Abschlussballkleid, 2008

HIJACKED 2: —>   AUSTRALIEN - DEUTSCHLAND

 

Wo:  —> ZEPHYR – Raum für Fotografie
               Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen
               Museum Weltkulturen D5


Eröffnung: —> Sa. 19. Mai um 20 Uhr

 

 

„Hijacked 2“ vereint Arbeiten von 31 jungen australischen und deutschen Fotografen, die vom eindrücklichen Porträt über spannungsgeladene Dokumentarfotografie bis zur facettenreichen Momentaufnahme des alltäglichen Lebens reichen. ZEPHYR – Raum für Fotografie in Kooperation mit dem Goethe-Institut Australien zeigt nun erstmalig „Hijacked 2“ in Deutschland.

 

Das Besondere an der Mannheimer Ausstellung, die von der Galerie Zephyr in den Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen ausgerichtet wird, ist neben der gelungenen Präsentation gewiss das Handbuch, das den Besuchern hilft, durch die Ausstellung zu navigieren. Laut Zephyr ist dies „der Versuch, das Wissen, das sich in der Ausstellung verbirgt, an den Besucher weiter zu geben, ohne die Ausstellung selbst mit Textinformationen zu überlasten“. Durch diese zusätzliche Verbindung von Form und Inhalt ist die ursprüngliche Ausstellung von Mark McPherson, Markus Schaden und Ute Noll durch das Team von Zephyr außerordentlich bereichert und erweitert worden. Dafür - und dass er die Ausstellung nach Mannheim zu Zephyr geholt hat, danken wir Thomas Schirmböck und seinem Team herzlich.

 


Redner an der Eröffnung: —>  

* Dr. Susanne Wichert, Direktorin Curt-Engelhorn Zentrum
* Dr. Leonhard Emmerling, Bereichsleiter Bildende Kunst des Goethe-Instituts München
* Ute Noll, Kuratorin
* Thomas Schirmböck, Leiter und Kurator, Zephyr

Anwesende Fotografen bei der Eröffnung:
—>

Natalie Bothur, Thekla Ehling, Karsten Kronas, Anne Lass, Myriam Lutz, Julian Röder,  Josef Schulz, Ivonne Thein, Sascha Weidner

Ausstellungsdauer:: —> 20.5.2012 – 26.8.2012

Programm:

—> 30.06.2012, 16 Uhr

Öffentliche Führung ohne Anmeldung

—> 10.07.2012, 20 Uhr

Vortrag und Künstlergespräch mit Louis Porter
und Georgia Metaxas, Australien

—> 02.08.2012, 20 Uhr

Vortrag und Künstlergespräch mit Julian Röder, Berlin

 

Gezeigt werden Werke der australischen Künstler Narelle Autio, James Brickwood, Michael Corridore, Andrew Cowen, Tamara  Dean, Suzie Fox, Lee Grant, Derek Henderson, Rebecca Ann Hobbs, Ingvar Kenne, Bronek Kózka, Georgia Metaxas, Polixeni Papapetrou und Louis Porter.

Ihnen gegenübergestellt werden Werke von Johanna Ahlert, Natalie Bothur, Jörg Brüggemann, Thekla Ehling, Albrecht Fuchs, Jan von Holleben, Karsten Kronas, Anne Lass, Jens Liebchen, Myriam Lutz, Julian Röder, Josef Schulz, Oliver Sieber, Ivonne Thein, Olaf Unverzart und Sascha Weidner.


Link zur Galerie Zephyr.

Dort sind einige Kurzfilme über Künstlern aus der Ausstellung zu sehen. Regie geführt und editiert hat sie Jack Pam. Die Musik kommt von Ned Beckley.