post-title BBA Photography Prize Remix | BBA Gallery Berlin | 03.02.-26.02.2022

BBA Photography Prize Remix | BBA Gallery Berlin | 03.02.-26.02.2022

BBA Photography Prize Remix | BBA Gallery Berlin | 03.02.-26.02.2022

BBA Photography Prize Remix | BBA Gallery Berlin | 03.02.-26.02.2022

until 26.02. | #3314ARTatBerlin | BBA Gallery shows from 3rd February 2022 an exhibition in the gallery with a remix of works, that have been shown on the behalf of the BBA Photography Prize at the Kühlhaus Berlin.

The BBA Photography Prize honours talented photographers from around the world for the fourth year in a row. Once more the photographers shortlisted were able to impress the public with the talent, creativity and diversity reflected by their artworks. The initiating team of the BBA Gallery on this:

“From socio-critical landscape photographies merging urban habitats and landscapes by the German photographer Andreas Kremer, over architectural photography questioning domestic violence by French photographer and architect Camille Gharbi, to Russian-born Architect, Designer and Photographer Kristina Varaksina, whose strongly symbolic work is an exploration of the psyche of women – our expectations were not only met, but exceeded. One artist particularly impressed the viewers due to his work’s simultaneous harshness and vulnerability: Danish photographer Jens Juul won the 1st prize with his black and white photo series „Six degrees of Copenhagen“.”

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of BBA Gallery - P1_Jens_Juul_Six Degrees of Copenhagen_09
Jens Juul, Six Degrees of Copenhagen (09), 2016
Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl 285g Mounted on dibond, framed 61 x 54 cm

Together with an international jury, BBA Gallery selected 24 photographers for the shortlis, whose works were shown in a joint exhibition in the Kühlhaus Berlin from November 26 to December 12 2021. Due to the numerous positive feedback that this exhibition received, the BBA Gallery has now decided to showcase an essential selection of works again, this time at their gallery in Berlin Mitte.

 Included are works by the following photographers:

Jens Juul, Denmark (1st prize)
Camille Gharbi, France / Dirk Hardy, Netherlands (2nd prize)
Kristina Varaksina, United Kingdom (3rd prize)

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of BBA Gallery - P3_Kristina_Varaksina_Through the Glass_2020
Kristina Varaksina, Through The Glass, 2020
Giclée print 40 x 53.3 cm

Richard Tuschman, United States (People’s Choice Award)
Andreas Kremer, Germany

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of BBA Gallery - P2_Andreas_Kremer_Hot Spring_2021
Andreas Kremer, Hot Spring, 2021
Photo Print under reflection-free glass, Solid Wood Floater Frame 80 x 60 cm / 84,4 x 64,4 cm

Andreas Rost, Germany
Astrid Reischwitz, United States/Germany
Bella von Einsiedel, Germany
Catherine Panebianco, United States
Diana Cheren Nygren, United States
Frank Herfort, Russia/Germany
Gregg Segal, United States
Hugh Kretschmer, United States
Julia SH, United States

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of BBA Gallery - P4_Julia SH_Primordial Someplace_2017
Julia SH, Primordial: Someplace, 2017
Digital Photography, framed 76 x 51 cm

Mieke Douglas, United Kingdom
Nicky Hamilton, United Kingdom

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of BBA Gallery - P6_Nicky_Hamilton_Kitchen_2020
Nicky Hamilton, Kitchen, 2020
Lambda Print on Fuji Crystal Archive DP, 76 x 51 cm

Offer Goldfarb, Israel

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of BBA Gallery - P5_Offer Goldfarb_Untitled_2020
Offer Goldfarb, Untitled, 2020
Inkjet print on Epson Traditional Photo Paper, 325g/m2under Plexiglass, 86 x 56 cm

Renata Dutrée, Netherlands
Viktoria Sorochinski, Canada/Germany

Exhibition start: Thursday, 3 February 2022

Exhibition dates: Thursday, 3 February to Saturday, 26 February 2022, daily 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Afterwork Reception: Thursday, 17 February 2022, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

To the Gallery

 

 

Exhibition BBA Photography Prize Remix  – BBA Gallery | Contemporary Art – Kunst in Berlin – Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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