During the issue #23 end production we took some time off to check out the Joel Meyerowitz exhibition at the C/O Berlin.
If you’re not familiar with the C/O Berlin, then it’s a must see!
C/O Berlin always features some really good and interesting exhibitions. The current one is a retrospective from Joel Meyerowitz and it’s not to be missed, if you’re in the Berlin area.
It’s running till March 11th, so there´s one more week to go and check it out. Joel Meyerowitz was one of the few first photographers to use color film for his streetphotography. The exhibition shows a great overview from his early black and white work, his color street photography to the Aftermath Project where he documented the clean up works after the 9/11 attacks to his more recent works of landscape photography.
So dont´t miss this one!
For more info check out theC/O Berlin website for future exhibitions.
They also have a nice Bookstore and cafe to hang out before or after visiting the exhibition.
I checked out Thomas Kalaks photo exhibition this Friday and ran into some old buddies I hadn´t seen for a while – good time seeing these guys and talking about some fun stories. Thomas was one of the best vert rollerskaters in the 80´s and early 90´s and also shot photos
for the Monster Skateboard Magazine.
He moved on to shoot a lot of comercial stuff in the 90´s and does mostly art projects nowadays.
This exhibition showed a recent project where he documented the work on archaeology sites.
For more info check out his website
Thomas (right) introducing his work and showing some examples from his book.
Markus Rüsenberg and Helge Tscharn talking art or skating
Hanging out with old buddies you haven´t seen for years is the best. Thomas Kalak, Markus König, Helge Tscharn, Bärty Bruns
Welcome to Bailgun issue #16,
this issue features
– the 5th annual Bergfest at the Berg Fidel skatepark
– the Malmö Ultra Bowl contest
– the Skateboard Herzblut photo exhibition by Axel Torschmied
– the Koloss and friends tour to Belgium
– the Best Of Both contest in Düsseldorf.
– our friend Txus from Spain finishes off this issue with some thoughs
about a slam he had in Copenhagen after the Ultra Bowl in Malmö.
Sergej Vutuc – Something In Between – Dueren from Flo Schneider on Vimeo.
Something in Between exhibition/work in progress with performs
Leopold Hoesch Museum in Dueren, Germany
Skaters: Vincent Gootzen, Jo Gabler, Klaus-Dieter Span and others (not covered here).
Video: Florian Schneider / www.weloveyou-themovie.de
Opening of the Shooting Concrete photo exhibition:
Monday, September 19th, 17:00
Am Berg Fidel 53
The exhibition features photos of the building of the Berg Fidel skatepark in Münster.
See you there
Check out Sergej´s photography at his latest exhibition.
For more info read the presss elease below.
Untitled Stories by Sergej Vutuc
27. Juni 2008 – 25. Juli 2008
“I capture moments which are stories penetrating my eye via the view finder. With these I am travelling
through everyday life and the universe and with their help I communicate with my environment. Sometimes I find answers to personal questions, sometimes I am screaming at the world.”
Sergej Vutuc was born in 1979 in Doboj. He lived in Zagreb for 10 years, meanwhile he is living in Heilbronn. In the mid 90s he was an active member of the hardcore/punk scene as guitar player in the band “Five Minutes to Steve” and founder of the record label Get Off Records.
In the 21st century he traded the guitar for the camera. Since then his works have been shown in galleries and streets in various countries in Europa and America. His photo are published in several internation art and skateboard magazines. “No Skateboading Permitted” is Sergej’s book.
“Skateboard Series 1-3” was a skateboard theater performance in Heilbronn in which he participated as actor and co-director. Since 2005 his running the Basementizid.Kunst.Cellar, an art space in Heilbronn. Sergej is also part of “Art of Asfalt” project.
www.sergejvutuc.com | www.basementizid.com | www.art-of-asfalt.com
support by: carhartt
Gärtnerstr. 33a | 10245 Berlin
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Wed – Fri 2 – 8
Sat – Sun 2 – 6
Closed on Monday and Tuesdays
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Check out the photo exhibition “Wait for Walk” by Florian Böhm at the Young Gallery.
Some might remember him as former Monster Skatebaord Magazine photographer
and editor and pro skater for G&S and Titus back in the 80´s.
Click on image for more info.
Go see this photo exhibition by Sergej Vutuc and Alberto Polo two great photographers.
Check the press release below for more info.
basemenizid.kunst.cellar owner and art of asfalt member Sergej Vutuc and partner in crime Alberto Polo
show their photographic work at RAS Gallery in Barcelona…
GRAD OPENING at Fr. 30. May 2008
“Youth is Glory as much as it is Tragedy…The Glory of having your whole life in
front of you and the Tragedy of being inpatient; the Glory of having Energy and
Passion and the Tragedy of wasting it; The Glory of being Unconscious and the
Tragedy of being Untrained…
Life is Tragic as much as is Glorious… That’s what our exhibition it’s all
about; it’s about our Youth; it’s about Tragedy and Glory; it’s about
Skateboarding; it’s about Friendship; it’s about Love and Hate; it’s about
Sergej, it’s about Alberto and it’s about you; it’s all about Life.”
The exhibition is supported by Carhartt who will also hand out two exclusive
postcards showing images shot by Sergej on one and Alberto on the other.