The work of photographer Peter Oehlmann explores one of the major themes of contemporary life – the relationship between man and nature. He focuses on man‘s appropriation of the environment and the consequences arising from it. In his finely crafted photographs, the artist shows us monumental landscapes, formed over countless years by the forces of nature, apparently defying all change. Oehlmann is concerned with land as a dwindling resource as well as with changing ideas of ideal landscapes, with the portrayal of (urban) landscapes as a political statement or the relationship between landscape and home. Through his vision of nature as threatened and vanishing, the artist broadens the notion of landscape.
(held in German:) Im Rahmen der Kunstwoche der Kommunalen Galerien Berlin
Donnerstag, 13. September, 19 Uhr
Transformationsprozesse und Fotografie
Peter Oehlmann in conversation with Art Historian Franziska Schmidt
Aug 24 — Sep 30, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, Aug 23, 7 pm, with an introduction by Franziska Schmidt.
Talk (held in German): Thursday, Sep 13, 7 pm
Grunewaldstraße 6 – 7, 10823 Berlin
[Schöneberg | Tempelhof-Schöneberg]
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 11 am – 6 pm
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Discover great photography exhibitions/events in Berlin – in the new PiB Guide Nº23 MAR/APR 2019! This issue of PiB’s bi-monthly art guide was published as an A6 booklet · 52 pages · with texts in English & German.