Group Show: "A Tree Is A Tree Is A Tree..." at Beck & Eggeling, Düsseldorf.

November 9, 2015 – January 9, 2016, Beck & Eggeling, Düsseldorf. In this exceptional group-show also featuring works by 20th century artists René Magritte, Oskar Kokoschka, Paul Klee and Max Ernst, an emphasis on contemporary works and photography has been taken: Leiko Ikemura, Mitch Epstein, Richard Mosse, Heribert C. Ottersbach, Heinz Mack, Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, Sigmar Polke, Valentina Seidel, and others will be on show. On display is a rarely seen work from my series 'Alma' (2009) and the Dyptich 'Nagoya' (2007). A catalogue will be published.

Dyptich 'Nagoya', 2007

Solo Show "Mies Model Study" at Gallery Luisotti, Los Angeles

September 17 – November 14, 2015. Gallery Luisotti, Los Angeles.
A new selection of works for the first time on show in the US:

"More than 80 years after designs for the Krefeld Golf Club were abandoned due to the Great Depression, Belgian architect Paul Robbrecht set about to realize the unfinished project. In 2013, a 1:1 scale model of Mies van der Rohe's original design was realized on the outskirts of Krefeld, a location Mies had selected. Built from unfinished drawings and unrefined plans, the space was rough and incomplete. The temporary space provided rare insight into what could have been – a notion that intrigued photographer Joachim Brohm, and is emphasized by his photographs which draw on the style of the original Modernist photographers, using a mixture of color and black and white images which incorporate diagonal lines and emphasize the open, flowing spaces of the Mies design. Brohm has an extensive background in architectural photography. His portfolio of architectural eccentricities delves into the details of design anomalies, drawing attention to uncommon elements of building design. Brohm was given the opportunity to photograph the life-size Mies model, producing a series of photographs that examine the basic geometry of architectural design, with an emphasis on the unfinished elements of the building." (Text from ArchDaily, Dec. 2014)

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