The German photojournalist has spent over six decades travelling the globe, capturing everything from Korean War veterans to the smallpox epidemic in 1960s Bihar. A new exhibition in Berlin assesses the artist with “an unerring sense of contemporary history.”
Titled 72 Hours – a tribute to the length of the parties – the project
Named one of two series winners of OpenWalls Arles 2021, Meyer obscures landscapes of the former Berlin Wall with physical cross-stitching designed to resemble pixelation
With multiple projects displayed, Chabrowski creates a borderline space of video and sculpture
For decades, Berlin has been a magnet for artists and creatives, and today boasts a vibrant photography scene bursting with galleries, museums, exhibitions, project spaces and studios. Berlin-based journalist Alice Finney picks out some of the highlights
We visit Studio Stauss in Berlin, “a laboratory for documentary photography”
No Photos on the Dancefloor!, a new exhibition opening at C/O Berlin, charts the evolution of Berlin club culture from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the present day
What happens when you put a white flower in a vase of coloured water? It’s an experiment some of us might fondly remember from our childhood, magically transforming a bunch of flowers with a dash of food colouring.
But the results are a little more frightening in a similar experiment by French artist Cornelius de Bill Baboul, as his flowers suck the colour out of sugary energy drinks. “I think they look a little bit like dancers,” he says. “Like kids on ecstasy in a techno club celebrating the end of the world”.
The director of the respected bookshop in Paris’ Le Bal gallery picks out her favourite photography and projects, including Joanna Piotrowska’s Frantic