New Exhibitions in Los Angeles/US, Crete/Greece and Magdeburg/Germany

"Inside/Outside": Joachim Brohm, Shirley Irons, Catherine Wagner
August 22nd - October 5th, 2019
Gallery Luisotti, Santa Monica/US

"Moderne.Ikonografie.Fotografie Das Bauhaus und die Folgen 1919-2019"
September 22nd - February 9th, 2020
Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen Magdeburg/Germany 

"Archive: Between Public and Private"
October 2019 - January 2020
MedPhoto Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete/Greece

Two Rivers. Joachim Brohm / Alec Soth

Acompanying the exhibition 'Two Rivers' at NRW-Forum Düsseldorf (March 29 - July 07), this catalogue presents Joachim Brohm’s photo series ‘Ruhr '(1980 to 1983) alongside ‘Sleeping by the Mississippi' (2000 to 2004) by Alec Soth. 

 Other groups of work on view in the show and catalogue, such as ‘Ohio’, ‘Culatra’ and excerpts of Brohm's new project ‘Dessau Files’, as well as ‘Songbook‘ and ‘Niagara’ by Alec Soth allow for a broader view of the oeuvres of the two photographers. - Also featured in the book is Brohm’s portrait series ‘Flash Ohio’ which is being published for the first time exactly 35 years after its creation and which takes up a special place in his oevre. 

Text-contributions by Ralph Goertz, Vince Leo and Wolfgang Ullrich (english and german). Edited by Ralph Goertz. Koenig Books London, co-published with IKS.

GENAU DA, Innsbruck, Austria

Oct 2, 2018 - Jan 26, 2019. GENAU DA: 7 Students of the Brohm-class at HGB Leipzig/Academy of Fine Arts developed new work for this exhibition at BTV Stadtforum FO.KU.S in Innsbruck, Austria: Eva Dittrich, Florian Merdes, Julius-C. Schreiner, Mihai Sovaiala, Moritz Zeller, Nea Gumprecht and Sophia Kesting.

Catalogue GENAU DA available in german/english, numerous plates, installation-shots, text by Maren Lübbke-Tidow, published by Fotohof Edition, Salzburg.

"Ohio" (1984) now at Sprengel Museum Hannover

June 1 - Sept 2, 2018. The complete series of 40 photographs from the collection 'Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung' is on view at Sprengel Museum in Hannover.  'Due to its highly concentrated, almost contamined atmosphere, the Ohio series assumes an exceptional position within the photographer's oevre.' (Thomas Weski)

Click on the photo to see the whole series.