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Exhibition Programm 2019

Poetry of Plants – Photographs
Karl Blossfeldt and Jim Dine

An exhibition by Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur

February 22 – Juli 21, 2019 (Room 1)

With the photographs by Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932) and Jim Dine (b. 1935) two important groups of works in the collection of Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur are being presented. They are linked by an artistic approach to the world of plants. This is not so much based on botanical aspects as against the background of the diverse world of forms. Graphic and sculptural issues play a central role in the works of both artists. In addition, traces of atmospheric reminiscences can be found in the motifs of Jim Dine’s large-format heliogravures.

                      
Jim Dine: Entrada Drive, 2003                                      Karl Blossfeldt: Haarfarn, junge, noch
© Jim Dine, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018;                       eingerollte Wedel, o. J.; courtesy Die
courtesy Die Photographische Sammlung/                  Photographische Sammlung/SK
SK Stiftung Kultur, Köln                                                 Stiftung Kultur in Kooperation mit
                                                                                       der Sammlung Karl Blossfeldt
                                                                                       in der Universität der Künste Berlin

 

Roselyne Titaud – „Géographies des limites humaines“. Photographs

An exhibition by Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur, in cooperation with the aritst

February 22 – Juli 21, 2019 (Room 2, 3)

The artist Roselyne Titaud (b. 1977) is presenting a selection from various series. Her world of motifs encompasses interiors, still lifes and landscapes, which she captures in balanced, matter-of-fact colour photographs. The majority of her still lifes were taken in private apartments in Berlin. Diverse decorative items made for example of porcelain, glass or wood relate to moments of personal memories and illustrate ideas of taste and spatial references. In many cases elements from nature such as artificial flowers, plant ornaments or animal reproductions play a role – for the artist they provide an imaginary bridge which leads to the area of real landscape and connects internal and external space.


Roselyne Titaud: Teufelsbruch Nr. 3, 2017; © Roselyne Titaud, 2018

Public Guided Tours

Each Sunday at 15 hrs during the exhibition period (in German, please contact us for tours in English)

The education programme is supported by the Society of Patrons of Die Photographische Sammlung.


New publications:

August Sander: Masterpieces
Francesco Neri: Farmers
Hugo Erfurth: Pictures

CD: Concert for August Sander

Further information

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Opening hours and entrance fee

The exhibition opens daily 14-19hrs, closed on Wednesday

Entrance fee 5,50 € (red. 3,00 €)
Entrance free on the first Monday of each month!