until 02.07. | #3391ARTatBerlin | janinebeangallery presents from 29. April 2022 the solo exhibition Lärm der Zeit II (>Noise of Time II) by the artist Guido Schulz in the Salon of the gallery.
The janinebeangallery presents new photographies by Guido Schulz in the gallery’s salon.
„We see and mourn: the volatility and evanescence, the melancholy of the metropolis, the inward rural life, the seductions of the night, the revenge of the day, the majestic neon lights, the strict geometry of the refuges and meeting points in the infinite; the beauty of the dilapidated.
And then we have to laugh – about that, of course.” (Excerpt Benjamin von Stuckrad Barre in “Schall und Rauch”)
Guido Schulz is not only the manager of the DJ-legend Westbam and of the German hip-hop institution Bass Sultan Hengzt, but also constitutes an outstanding figure in the music business since the eighties. As a veteran of the music branch and former head of the A&R department of Sony BMG as well as A&R director of BMG Publ. he was responsible for the production of numerous hits. In 1994 he then moved to Berlin where he founded the label and publishing company No Limits.
On his ways in between appointments and concerts Guido Schulz at some point began to take photos of everyday moments as well as of particular visual impressions. Rather unpretentious with his not so up-to-date cell phone he follows the principle: the best camera is the one present. From these common instants, to astonishing stills of social life to magnificent architectural observations Guido Schulz’s art of photography may only superficially be perceived to emerge in passing.
Vernissage: Friday, 29. April 2022, 5:00 – 8:00 pm. The artist will be present.
Exhibition dates: Friday, 29. April – Saturday, 2. July 2022To the Gallery
Image caption title: Guido Schulz „Clärchens Ballhaus“, 2022, Fine Art Print on Aludibond
sealed under Plexiglas Edition 3, 120 x 80 cm
Exhibition Guido Schulz – janinebeangallery | Contemporary Art – Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin – Exhibitions Berlin Galleries – ART at Berlin