The photographic works by 100 BFF members provide an excellent overview of the variety of content and the homogeneous quality of the works that were created in the BFF series. Photography as a rebellion against transience, the moment for eternity against erosion and wear and tear, inflation and business cycles, fashions and trends, age and (re)birth. Images for which there is no tomorrow, no today and no yesterday - images that remain.
As part of its 19th art and culture summer, KISS – Kunst im Schloss Untergröningen e.V. presents the exhibition from May 11th to July 21st: The discovery of the visible – photography as universal as a Swiss army knife. The exhibition, curated by Christian Gögger, brings together photographs from all areas: portraits, landscapes, advertising, street photography, reportage, photograms, object photographs, contemporary documents, series, analytical and subjective photography, current and historical photographs, etc.
parallels || Abstract painting >> meets >> KAGE Science Art
The innermost of the world
In 1945, Ottomar and Greta Domnick saw something new represented in the abstract paintings: namely, capturing reality in which life and human existence in their becoming and changing are in the foreground. They would have liked to peel off the film to see what's behind it, writes Ottomar Domnick.
The painter Fritz Winter also wrote that when painting, it is not important to show what is there, but to reveal what is there, because it is far more visible than we can see and far more audible than we can hear , and far more there than we are ourselves.
This is the reason for us to contrast the microphotographs by Manfred P. Kage with the abstract images. Manfred P. Kage, renowned artist and pioneer of professional micrography since the 1950s, inventor of "Science Art" and member of the ZERO group, shows in his photographs matter that is physical and yet invisible to the eye. Here we see parallels to abstract painting.
The laudatory speech at the vernissage will be given by Christian Gögger (Art Association Esslingen – Villa Merkel).
The Esslinger Kunstverein e.V. cordially invites you to the opening of the exhibition on September 15, 2017 at 7 p.m
here (and) in the 70s
Cultural institutions and their protagonists in Esslingen and the surrounding area
July 2017 - Special exhibition: Art Forms of the Sea by Manfred P. Kage - Wadden Sea Visitor Center Cuxhaven
During the Kulturnacht Göppingen 2017, Kage's "Optical Concert" will be presented live as a modern implementation by the Kage family.
ZKM Karlsruhe - 30.10.2015 - 28.02.2016
Peter Weibel "The industrial revolution was known to be machine-based. From the steam engine to the car and film projector, it was dominated by a technology that was based primarily on the technical principle of the wheel. These machines were on the one hand accelerators, but as artificial tools they took over in improved form Form also the tasks of the natural organs: What the leg could not do, the wheel did, what the eye could not do, the telescope did, what the voice could not do, the mega- and microphone.The machine-based industrial revolution and the information-based post-industrial revolution form the technical prerequisites for a development that can be summed up with the term "exo-evolution".
Galerie SCHEUBLEIN + BAK - 10. Juni - 16. Oktober 2015
SCHEUBLEIN + BAK presents a major survey exhibition on Swiss and German pioneers of Generative and Concrete Photography with historically fine vintage prints from the 1960s.
Kilian Breier | Pierre Cordier | Gundi Falk | Herbert W. Franke | Hein Gravenhorst | Heinz Hajek-Halke | Heinrich Heidersberger | Karl Martin Holzhäuser | Roger Humbert | Gottfried Jäger | Manfred P. Kage | René Mächler | Carl Strüwe
You are cordially invited to the opening reception on Tuesday, 9 June 2015, 6 - 8 pm at Schloss Sihlberg in Zurich. The gallery will be open on the Zurich Contemporary Art Weekend before Art Basel on Saturday, 13 and Sunday, 14 June from 11 am - 5 pm.
Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin - April 11, 2015 8 p.m. - 8 a.m
On April 13, 2015, the press wrote: "The first wow effect of the evening: the musicians of the Kammerflimmer collective, who accompanied the installation of a gigantic kaleidoscope video with an ever-expanding D chord. The artist responsible, Manfred P. Kage (79 ) is enthusiastic: 'I think this night is great!'"
Joint exhibition in Bielefeld - curator Gottfried Jäger