Sebastian Wehrle and Friends
Sebastian Wehrle: Bollenhut, Kirnbach, 2016, Photograph on Kodak photo paper, museum glass UltraSec M, Edition 25+1 AP, 90 x 60 cm
The exhibition will focus on photographic strategies of staging. The portrayal of the self and others has gained relevance within the realm of social networks in the past years. However, the staged portrait as such is as old as art itself with its hight peak in baroque ruler's portraits. Here, the "Real" constantly blurs with the "Ideal". Starting from Wehrle's impressive portraits of proudly looking, tatooed or pierced women in traditional costumes, the exhibition draws parallels to elaborately staged fashion photography as well as to artistic appropriations thereof. Here, the staging of authenticity and the authenticity of staging go hand in hand.
Sebastian Wehrle, Spencer Tunick, Bettina Rheims, Patrick Demarchelier, Candida Höfer, David LaChapelle, Steven Klein, Joel Meyerowitz, Peter Lindbergh, Thomas Ruff, Sebastião Salgado, Cindy Sherman, Stephen Shore, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ellen von Unwerth.
Rayk Goetze, KEHL, Andreas Lau, Mike MacKeldey, Monika Thiele, Andreas Wachter, Tino Geiss, Berit Mücke, Gert & Uwe Tobias, Anja Warzecha.
Saturday, 20 July 2019, 6 - 9 pm
introduction by Katharina Küster
musical accompaniment by violonist Farida Rustamova
21 July - September 2019
Mon - Fir noon - 6 pm; Sat - Sun noon - 4 pm
Phone : +49 - 72 21 - 37 30 450
Fax: +49 - 72 21 - 37 30 451
The GALERIE Supper is specialized in contemporary art. Founded in 2002, it opened in Baden-Baden in 2012 with its current profile. The gallery promotes young, emerging artists with an unique signature. It is the intention to correlate them with renowned artists. Their positions should complement and stimulate each other, whereas every artist keeps his own characteristics.
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