Does the Bauhaus still contribute to further developments in photographic pictorial languages? What role does the avant-garde photography play for contemporary artists today? At the center of Bauhaus and Photography is the reconstruction of László Moholy-Nagy’s photography-section at the legendary 1929–1930 Werkbund-exhibition Film und Foto (Film and Photo).

Sibylle Springer

Sibylle Springer’s paintings show intermediate states: graffiti painted on the dark tunnels of the New York subway on which a passing flash of light falls during a train journey. These images are saved by the artist from being kept completely hidden. Or rain-filled streets where everything is blurred and shimmering. Springer has a unique ability to present phenomena which would otherwise escape our notice or appear scarcely more than fleeting coincidences. But she does not freeze the ethereal, the vagueness, the uncertainty but succeeds magnificently in enabling the viewer to experience the special quality of these phenomena. The viewer is thus taken on a journey to worlds which he or she has never experienced with such a concentrated intensity and witnesses something quite different depending on how far he or she stands from the painting. (Wolfgang Ullrich)<//font>

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"Sibylle Springer"

October 2010

ISBN 978-3-86678-475-8

30,00 x 24,00 cm

128 Pages

55 colored illustrations

Hardcover with clothbound, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

edited by 
Kunstverein Bremerhaven von 1886 e. V.
authors among others
Kathrin Meyer und Wolfgang Ullrich
The illustrated book was published afterwards the of the exhibition 'Gleam', 2009, Kunsthalle Bremerhaven, and having regard to the exhibition of the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff prize winners expected at the end of 2011/at the beginning of 2012, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.

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