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Johanna Diehl
Drohobych I, 2013

German artist Johanna Diehl traveled around present-day Ukraine in 2013 and visited former synagogues that had fallen into disrepair or been converted to other uses. Many of them had been destroyed during the German occupation, while others had been used as cinemas, gymnasiums, workshops, factories, and hospitals during the Soviet era. The photographs testify to the expulsion of Jewish communities from their religious spaces. Diehl shows not only how bizarre and disfiguring the new functions of the synagogues are, but also the violence with which they were sometimes imposed.

  • The artist
  • Johanna Diehl

    born 1977 in Hamburg
    lives and works in Berlin

    Education (select)

    2010–2012 Postgraduate studies/Master's student, Academy of Visual Arts (HGB) Leipzig, under Prof. Tina Bara
    2000–2007 Studies and Diploma of Fine Arts/Photography, Class of Prof. Timm Rautert, HGB Leipzig
    2004–2005 Studies of Fine Arts with Jean-Marc Bustamante and Christian Boltanski at Ècole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris
    2002–2003 Studied with visiting artist Boris Mikhailov (HGB), with trip to Odessa/Ukraine
    1998–1999 Studied Philosophy at Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich

    Awards and Grants (select)

    2016 Casa Baldi | Deutsche Akademie Rom Villa Massimo
    Project Grant by VG Bild-Kunst, Stiftung Kulturwerk
    German Photobook Award silver 2015
    2014 Fellowship for the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart
    2013 Scholarship from the Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn
    2012 Border Crossers, Scholarship from the Robert Bosch Stiftung
    2009 New Positions, Art Cologne

    Collections (select)

    Ann and Jürgen Wilde Collection, Foundation for Photography and Science of Art, Cologne
    DZ Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt Main
    Bundeskunstsammlung | The Federal Republic of Germany's collection of contemporary art
    Art Collection Hypo Vereinsbank – UniCredit
    Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Sammlung Moderne Kunst at the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

    Solo Exhibitions (select)

    2015 Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
    Oldenburger Kunstverein
    Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf, Frankfurt Main
    2013 Hospitalhof Stuttgart
    2012 Kunstverein Lübeck, Overbeck Gesellschaft
    2010 Oldenburger Kunstverein

    Group exhibitions at Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (2014), Art Foyer DZ Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt Main (2013), Salzburger Kunstverein, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Werkschauhalle, Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig (2012) and others.

  • The artwork
  • THE ARTWORK

    Johanna Diehl

    Drohobych I, 2013
    Sheet size: 35 x 28 cm,
    Image size: 27 x 20 cm
    C-Print (hand processed analog print)
    Limited edition: 12 + II AP
    signed, numbered

  • Shipping
  • SHIPPING

    The following conditions apply to our Collector’s Editions:

    Delivery follows on receipt of payment (including courier costs) by invoice.
    Delivery by courier service.

    Additional delivery costs:
    For package shipment orders sent within Germany, fixed shipping in the amount of 12.50 Euro will be charged.
    Shipping costs to other countries will be determined on an individual basis for each order and provided with your order or in advance on request.

    Please notice our terms-and-conditions.

  • Buy
  • BUY

    Single print: € 680,– [D]
    VAT incl. plus shipping costs
    Each photograph is delivered with a copy of the book.

    To order please contact:
    vertrieb@sieveking-verlag.de
    Tel. +49 (0) 89 12 11 35-18

Johanna Diehl
Sharhorod II, 2013

German artist Johanna Diehl traveled around present-day Ukraine in 2013 and visited former synagogues that had fallen into disrepair or been converted to other uses. Many of them had been destroyed during the German occupation, while others had been used as cinemas, gymnasiums, workshops, factories, and hospitals during the Soviet era. The photographs testify to the expulsion of Jewish communities from their religious spaces. Diehl shows not only how bizarre and disfiguring the new functions of the synagogues are, but also the violence with which they were sometimes imposed.

  • The artist
  • Johanna Diehl

    born 1977 in Hamburg
    lives and works in Berlin

    Education (select)

    2010–2012 Postgraduate studies/Master's student, Academy of Visual Arts (HGB) Leipzig, under Prof. Tina Bara
    2000–2007 Studies and Diploma of Fine Arts/Photography, Class of Prof. Timm Rautert, HGB Leipzig
    2004–2005 Studies of Fine Arts with Jean-Marc Bustamante and Christian Boltanski at Ècole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris
    2002–2003 Studied with visiting artist Boris Mikhailov (HGB), with trip to Odessa/Ukraine
    1998–1999 Studied Philosophy at Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich

    Awards and Grants (select)

    2016 Casa Baldi | Deutsche Akademie Rom Villa Massimo
    Project Grant by VG Bild-Kunst, Stiftung Kulturwerk
    German Photobook Award silver 2015
    2014 Fellowship for the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart
    2013 Scholarship from the Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn
    2012 Border Crossers, Scholarship from the Robert Bosch Stiftung
    2009 New Positions, Art Cologne

    Collections (select)

    Ann and Jürgen Wilde Collection, Foundation for Photography and Science of Art, Cologne
    DZ Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt Main
    Bundeskunstsammlung | The Federal Republic of Germany's collection of contemporary art
    Art Collection Hypo Vereinsbank – UniCredit
    Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Sammlung Moderne Kunst at the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

    Solo Exhibitions (select)

    2015 Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
    Oldenburger Kunstverein
    Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf, Frankfurt Main
    2013 Hospitalhof Stuttgart
    2012 Kunstverein Lübeck, Overbeck Gesellschaft
    2010 Oldenburger Kunstverein

    Group exhibitions at Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (2014), Art Foyer DZ Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt Main (2013), Salzburger Kunstverein, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Werkschauhalle, Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig (2012) and others.

  • The artwork
  • THE ARTWORK

    Johanna Diehl

    Sharhorod II, 2013
    Sheet size: 28 x 35 cm,
    Image size: 20 x 27 cm
    C-Print (hand processed analog print)
    Limited edition: 12 + II AP
    signed, numbered

  • Shipping
  • SHIPPING

    The following conditions apply to our Collector’s Editions:

    Delivery follows on receipt of payment (including courier costs) by invoice.
    Delivery by courier service.

    Additional delivery costs:
    For package shipment orders sent within Germany, fixed shipping in the amount of 12.50 Euro will be charged.
    Shipping costs to other countries will be determined on an individual basis for each order and provided with your order or in advance on request.

    Please notice our terms-and-conditions.

  • Buy
  • BUY

    Single print: € 680,– [D]
    VAT incl. plus shipping costs
    Each photograph is delivered with a copy of the book.

    To order please contact:
    vertrieb@sieveking-verlag.de
    Tel. +49 (0) 89 12 11 35-18

Johanna Diehl
Tulcyn I, 2013

German artist Johanna Diehl traveled around present-day Ukraine in 2013 and visited former synagogues that had fallen into disrepair or been converted to other uses. Many of them had been destroyed during the German occupation, while others had been used as cinemas, gymnasiums, workshops, factories, and hospitals during the Soviet era. The photographs testify to the expulsion of Jewish communities from their religious spaces. Diehl shows not only how bizarre and disfiguring the new functions of the synagogues are, but also the violence with which they were sometimes imposed.

  • The artist
  • Johanna Diehl

    born 1977 in Hamburg
    lives and works in Berlin

    Education (select)

    2010–2012 Postgraduate studies/Master's student, Academy of Visual Arts (HGB) Leipzig, under Prof. Tina Bara
    2000–2007 Studies and Diploma of Fine Arts/Photography, Class of Prof. Timm Rautert, HGB Leipzig
    2004–2005 Studies of Fine Arts with Jean-Marc Bustamante and Christian Boltanski at Ècole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris
    2002–2003 Studied with visiting artist Boris Mikhailov (HGB), with trip to Odessa/Ukraine
    1998–1999 Studied Philosophy at Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich

    Awards and Grants (select)

    2016 Casa Baldi | Deutsche Akademie Rom Villa Massimo
    Project Grant by VG Bild-Kunst, Stiftung Kulturwerk
    German Photobook Award silver 2015
    2014 Fellowship for the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart
    2013 Scholarship from the Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn
    2012 Border Crossers, Scholarship from the Robert Bosch Stiftung
    2009 New Positions, Art Cologne

    Collections (select)

    Ann and Jürgen Wilde Collection, Foundation for Photography and Science of Art, Cologne
    DZ Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt Main
    Bundeskunstsammlung | The Federal Republic of Germany's collection of contemporary art
    Art Collection Hypo Vereinsbank – UniCredit
    Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Sammlung Moderne Kunst at the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

    Solo Exhibitions (select)

    2015 Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
    Oldenburger Kunstverein
    Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf, Frankfurt Main
    2013 Hospitalhof Stuttgart
    2012 Kunstverein Lübeck, Overbeck Gesellschaft
    2010 Oldenburger Kunstverein

    Group exhibitions at Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (2014), Art Foyer DZ Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt Main (2013), Salzburger Kunstverein, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Werkschauhalle, Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig (2012) and others.

  • The artwork
  • THE ARTWORK

    Johanna Diehl

    Tulcyn I, 2013
    Sheet size: 28 x 35 cm,
    Image size: 20 x 27 cm
    C-Print (hand processed analog print)
    Limited edition: 12 + II AP
    signed, numbered

  • Shipping
  • SHIPPING

    The following conditions apply to our Collector’s Editions:

    Delivery follows on receipt of payment (including courier costs) by invoice.
    Delivery by courier service.

    Additional delivery costs:
    For package shipment orders sent within Germany, fixed shipping in the amount of 12.50 Euro will be charged.
    Shipping costs to other countries will be determined on an individual basis for each order and provided with your order or in advance on request.

    Please notice our terms-and-conditions.

  • Buy
  • BUY

    Single print: € 680,– [D]
    VAT incl. plus shipping costs
    Each photograph is delivered with a copy of the book.

    To order please contact:
    vertrieb@sieveking-verlag.de
    Tel. +49 (0) 89 12 11 35-18

Friederike von Rauch
SPSG 18, 2013

With a superb eye for the beauty and inconsistencies of inconspicuous details, Friederike von Rauch presents the viewer with astounding views of interior spaces. Her compositions of light and shadow, devoid of people, disclose a subtle artistic aesthetic and are at times evocative of abstract painting.

  • The artist
  • Friederike von Rauch

    born 1967 in Freiburg
    lives and works in Berlin

    Education

    1987 – 1990 silversmithing apprenticeship, Kaufbeuren
    1992 – 1997 Studies of Industrial Design, Universität der Künste, Berlin
    since 2008 Member of POC, Network for Contemporary Images

    Awards and Grants (select)

    2010 Finalist Gabriele Münter Preis
    Grant The Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art, Iceland
    2009 DAM Architectural Book Award, Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt Main
    Nominated for Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2010
    2008 Residency Baer Art Center, Iceland
    2007 Residency Rotterdam, The Flemish-Dutch House deBuren, Brussels
    2006 Residency Brussels, The Flemish-Dutch House deBuren, Brussels

    Collections (select)

    Kupferstich-Kabinett, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
    The Hess Art Collection, Switzerland
    The Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art, Iceland
    The Flemish-Dutch House deBuren, Belgium
    Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg
    Royal Dutch Collection, Netherlands
    Investitionsbank Berlin
    Allreal Fotosammlung, Switzerland

    Solo Exhibitions (select)

    2015 Deutsche Oper Berlin
    Kunstverein KunstHaus Potsdam
    2014 I8 Gallery, Iceland
    Shusev State Museum of Architecture, Moscow
    2013 FeldbuschWiesner Galerie, Berlin
    La Galerie Particulière, Paris
    Forum für Fotografie, Cologne
    2012 Gallery Fifty One Fine Art Photography, Antwerp
    2011 Kunstagenten Galerie, Berlin
    2010 The Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art, Iceland
    2009 Kunstagenten Galerie, Berlin
    2008 Kabinet van Cultuur, Brussels
    2007 The Flemish-Dutch House deBuren, Brussels

    Group exhibitions at CCBB Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil (2016), Deutsche Botschaft, Washington, USA, Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (2015), Halle am Berghain, Berlin, The Hafnarfjodur Centre of Culture and Fine Art, Iceland, Hoge Horizon Bruegelland, Stedelijk Museum Lier, Belgium (2014), International Photography Festival, Derby (2013), Museum Marta Herford, Herford, Museum Schloss Moyland, Bedburg-Hau (2012), Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg, Architektur Galerie, Berlin (2011), Kommunale Galerie, Berlin, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (2010), Bozar, Brussels (2006).

  • The artwork
  • THE ARTWORK

    Friederike von Rauch

    SPSG 18, 2013
    Sheet size: 40 x 40 cm,
    Fine Art Print
    Limited Edition: 20 + 2 AP
    signed, numbered

  • Shipping
  • SHIPPING

    The following conditions apply to our Collector’s Editions:

    Delivery follows on receipt of payment (including courier costs) by invoice.
    Delivery by courier service.

    Additional delivery costs:
    For package shipment orders sent within Germany, fixed shipping in the amount of 12.50 Euro will be charged.
    Shipping costs to other countries will be determined on an individual basis for each order and provided with your order or in advance on request.

    Please notice our terms-and-conditions.

  • Buy
  • BUY

    Single print: € 790,– [D]
    VAT incl. plus shipping costs
    Each photograph is delivered with a signed copy of the book.

    To order please contact:
    vertrieb@sieveking-verlag.de
    Tel. +49 (0) 89 12 11 35-18

     

Christoph Brech
Musei Vaticani / Sala della Biga, 2011

Christoph Brech (*1964) was granted the privilege to photograph the halls and galleries of the Vatican Museums unbothered by the never-ending throngs of visitors. His photographs are impressions of utmost tranquility and meditative introspection. Both collector’s editions by Christoph Brech combine refined elegance and remarkable poetic sensibility. The artist encourgages his viewers to take a second look, a look that penetrates the surface.

  • The artist
  • Christoph Brech

    (b. 1964 in Schweinfurt/Germany) a graduate of the Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of the Fine Arts) in Munich, has received numerous awards and grants, among them the scholarship of the Villa Massimo in Rome. His work includes video art, installations, and art in public space. In recent years, Brech has also concentrated on photography. His work has been shown in major museums and exhibits worldwide, as in MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt on the Main, Goetz Collection, Munich, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, and the Vatican Museums, Rome.

  • The artwork
  • THE ARTWORK

    Christoph Brech

    Musei Vaticani / Sala della Biga, 2011
    Sheet size: 33 x 48.5 cm,
    Image size: 31 x 46 cm
    Fine Art Print on baryta paper
    Limited edition: 12 + II AP
    signed, numbered

  • Shipping
  • SHIPPING

    The following conditions apply to our Collector’s Editions:

    Delivery follows on receipt of payment (including courier costs) by invoice.
    Delivery by courier service.

    Additional delivery costs:
    For package shipment orders sent within Germany, fixed shipping in the amount of 12.50 Euro will be charged.
    Shipping costs to other countries will be determined on an individual basis for each order and provided with your order or in advance on request.

    Please notice our terms-and-conditions.

  • Buy
  • BUY

    Single print: € 680,– [D]
    VAT incl. plus shipping costs
    Each photograph is delivered with a copy of the book.

    To order please contact:
    vertrieb@sieveking-verlag.de
    Tel. +49 (0) 89 12 11 35-18

Christoph Brech
Musei Vaticani / Galleria delle Statue, 2010

Christoph Brech (*1964) was granted the privilege to photograph the halls and galleries of the Vatican Museums unbothered by the never-ending throngs of visitors. His photographs are impressions of utmost tranquility and meditative introspection. Both collector’s editions by Christoph Brech combine refined elegance and remarkable poetic sensibility. The artist encourgages his viewers to take a second look, a look that penetrates the surface.

  • The artist
  • Christoph Brech

    (b. 1964 in Schweinfurt/Germany) a graduate of the Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of the Fine Arts) in Munich, has received numerous awards and grants, among them the scholarship of the Villa Massimo in Rome. His work includes video art, installations, and art in public space. In recent years, Brech has also concentrated on photography. His work has been shown in major museums and exhibits worldwide, as in MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt on the Main, Goetz Collection, Munich, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, and the Vatican Museums, Rome.

  • The artwork
  • THE ARTWORK

    Christoph Brech

    Musei Vaticani / Galleria delle Statue, 2010
    Sheet size: 48.5 x 33 cm,
    Image size: 46 x 31 cm
    Fine Art Print on baryta paper
    Limited edition: 12 + II AP
    signed, numbered

  • Shipping
  • SHIPPING

    The following conditions apply to our Collector’s Editions:

    Delivery follows on receipt of payment (including courier costs) by invoice.
    Delivery by courier service.

    Additional delivery costs:
    For package shipment orders sent within Germany, fixed shipping in the amount of 12.50 Euro will be charged.
    Shipping costs to other countries will be determined on an individual basis for each order and provided with your order or in advance on request.

    Please notice our terms-and-conditions.

  • Buy
  • BUY

    Single print: € 680,– [D]
    VAT incl. plus shipping costs
    Each photograph is delivered with a copy of the book.

    To order please contact:
    vertrieb@sieveking-verlag.de
    Tel. +49 (0) 89 12 11 35-18

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