Olaf Heine
Berlin Photo Week 2019
October 10–13, 2019
EyeEm / Berlin Photo Week
Berlin, Germany

Photo community EyeEm is proud to present the 2nd annual Berlin Photo Week. Berlin Photo Week celebrates the love of photography, art, and technology with events throughout the city. For four days, Berlin will be the center of the photo world. At “Kraftwerk Berlin,” enthusiasts can experience the latest photo trends and exchange ideas with the most prominent and talented photographers of the trade.

“Berlin Photo Week brings photography and its various forms to life,” said Rainer Führes, CEO of Canon Germany. “Our society is more visual than ever and the demand for good pictures is constantly growing – both among professionals and enthusiasts. Canon wants to be the imaging partner for life, therefore we see it as our mission not only to provide our customers with the best products, but also to support photographers in their creative processes. Together with EyeEm, we are pleased to accompany the visitors of Berlin Photo Week on their individual ways of photography.”

  • Anicka Yi: A Shimmer Through The Quantum Foam
    Sep 15 – Oct 21, 2023
    Esther Schipper
    Berlin, Germany

    Esther Schipper is pleased to announce Anicka Yi’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Entitled A Shimmer Through The Quantum Foam, the exhibition features a series of unique animated pod sculptures that pulse and undulate, casting their flickering light across the surfaces of luminous algorithmically-generated paintings. Below this suspended constellation of bio-techno lifeforms, the soft glow of an aqueous ooze – indicative of life’s marine origins – sprawls in a shallow crater in a built up section across the gallery floor. (more…)

  • Adam Pendleton: To Divide By
    Sep 22, 2023 – Jan 15, 2024
    Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum
    St. Louis, USA

    “What is your name?” “Where are you from?” “How did you end up here?” “Can you feel it?” “Does it hurt?” With these and other questions, the American artist Adam Pendleton’s solo exhibition at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum sets up an elaborate call-and-response network that articulates a sense of history as fragmented poetics. The exhibition will showcase a polyvocal assemblage of new and recent paintings, drawings, and video portraits that together reveal Pendleton’s interest in creating a conversation between mediums, as well as his belief in abstraction’s capacity to destabilize and disrupt. (more…)