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Very !! attractive offer !!

Ife-Mask from a private collection in Lomé.

From this type of bronze are existing far more then described in ethnologic literature. Accordingly the prices adapt themselves to the new situation. The Maske is examined stilistically and for patina by Peter Herrmann and is sold by order. A TL-Analyse was done some years ago at Labor Kotalla and will be supplied later. (a link follows)

Ife Maske

More recent offers at this site.

With this image the mask is published oficially (11.5.2017) and corresponds therefore to the demands of the UNESCO-Convention

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After 30 years of experience in estimating the age of thousends of bronzes Peter Herrmann achieved a congruent with later made Thermoluminescence-analysis of 95%

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The formaly Black Peter (9.10.1956)
  Peter Herrmann, 20 Jahre alt Peter, 40 Jahre alt
  20 years 40 years
 

„At 20 everyone has the face that God gave them, at 40 the face that life gave them, and at 60 the face they earned.“

Albert Schweitzer

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60 years

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Relocation in Togo
  Demenagement
 

Peter Herrmann changed his domicile within Avepozo. Bamboo and Flowers transported with the help of Azian Enterprises.

  View
 

One reason why

  Residence
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Follow the Route National No 2 from Lomé to Benin. In Avepozo you will see a huge signboard to Hotel Residence Madiba at Carefour Madiba. Turn right and again second to the right. You will find Peter opposit the house of Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor, the well known football player. Everybody know him in Avepozo. Et tout le monde connaise le Yovo avec cheveux long long la et his vieux Mercedes blance. Means, everbody knows the Yovo wich is white man, with his so so long long hairs and his white old Mercedes.


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Thesis of Art History
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Since many years Peter Herrmann is supporting the thesis, that since around the tenth century there ist cast-bronze in the today Benin-City. In opposition to ethnologists, who declare a shift of this technique from Ife to Benin in the 14th century. The discussion on a nigerian blog is using ceveral arguments to change art history in many points and leads to the gallery website using stylistic comparisons and the TL-Analyses of Kotalla Laboratory.

http://www.nairaland.com/392592/edo-colonized-yorubaland-not-vice/4


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The Monument - Art in Public Space
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The so called Monument in Baguida was build by Paul Ahyi to remember the german-togolees friendship and was inaugurated in 1984. In this essay the middleman of art Peter Herrmann looks with humor more on the context then on the art itself.
Das Monument in Baguida
Ein sehr schönes Denkmal im Stil der 1970er wurde 1984 von Herr Diktator Gnassingbe Eyadema zum Andenken an die wunderschöne Zeit mit den Deutschen eröffnet. Zeiten, wo es am Schluss einer Züchtigung noch einen extra Hieb für den Kaiser gab und Recht und Ordnung noch groß geschrieben wurden. Mit den Franzosen kam dann das welsche Lotterleben und ...... column

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Auction in Brussels | Lempertz
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Au weh au weh we used to say in Germany if something provoces pain. Everybody knows to be careful by judging from a photo. But anyhow, its so obvious that there is a mistake. Achieved 14.800 Euro for an badly worked object wich, in my opinion, has may be 30 years of age.

Oh Weh bei Lempertz

Low grade cast with suface defects, rude tracks of reworking, carelessness in details, overall dilettantish figured, no patina, a evidently brightend provenance and, last not least, not even a TL-Analyse.

Apart from that object - a poor selection: The Lempertz-site


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Auction in Zürich | Hammer
 

No. Not Millions like in an artificially overdrawn market in New York, London or Paris, but healthy reality of Galerie WALU. Iniziiated by Jean David of Galerie WALU.

 

Ife-Kopf bei Hammer-Auktionen

Ife- Benin-, Nok, Katsina-, Djenne-Cultures. Bronzes und Terracottas. Thank you, Jean David for being encouraged to present such a huge number of items from Mali and Nigeria. The clients too, said Thank You. The bought more then 80 % of the hole lot. See all Results and if you are ableto read german, an Article by Peter Herrmann.

Memorial head
Ife-Culture, Nigeria
Clay. 12,5 cm. € 67.182.-

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please note:

Most Tests are done by Ralf Kotalla, my Partner for Thermoluminescence-analyses. Since 29 years.

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Auction in Paris | Sotheby's

  Plaque Sotheby's Plaque Sotheby's

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Yes. Here an example of the artificially overdrawn market in New York, London or, now, in Paris. 5,6 Million Euros for a small Lega-Mask made of ivory. Wow. I would not refuse the money but: do not understand the rules of that game again.

At the below edge of the estimated price the fragment of a Benin-Plaque was sold. Even with a fluffed provenience, the name Udo Horstmann cuts no ice. Could we presume Entwistle behind the shamefaced hidden "London"?

The indication of an Analyse does not exist. But how the owners are sure about the age of 17-18th century? If the plaque ist not from the robbery of 1897 it comes from the same sources like ours. Anyhow. Me too I would like to have the 87.000 Euros .... Should I polish a litte bit more in future ....? :-)

See the results at Sotheby's



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Recent art in traditional Style

  Wächterfigur
•••

Guardian, upper Mono.
Togo. ca. 1980
92 cm

Special offer: € 2.200 + € 350 transport and importing (Europe)
cash before delivery


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Recent Acquisitions

  Hahn - Expertise

Rooster
Benin-Culture
Around 1680
Bronze. 42x46 cm
(reserved)

Hahn

Schlangenkopf

Snake Head
Benin, Nigeria
18/19. century
Bronze. 28 cm

Kopf mit Korallenhut

Head
Benin, Nigeria
around 1780
Bronze. 44 cm

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Head
Owo-Culture
TL. Around 1550
Clay 14 cm

tête | culture ife
Head
Ife-Culture
Around 1330
Clay 14 cm

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  General
High ranked military
Benin-Culture, Nigeria
appr. 1880
Bronze. 30 x 48 cm
Special offer Sept 2016: € 5.000
Hoher Militär
General in full regalia
Benin, Nigeria
TL 1930/stil 18th cen.
Bronze. 36 x 46,5 cm

  Jüngling vom Königshof

Crocodile with Fish
Benin-Culture
appr. 15th century
Bronze. 26 x 48,5 cm

Krokodil with Fish

Young man
Benin-Culture, Nigeria
appr. 1910
Bronze. 35,5 x 45 cm


  Mann mit Schwert und Fischen    

Man in modest festival clothes
Benin-Culture, Nigeria
around 1900 (without TL)
Bronze. 49 x 37,5 cm


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    Statue Ekpu der Oron

Ancestral figure Ekpu
Oron, Nigeria
77 cm

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Baga, Guinee
Wood, nails
122 cm

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  Kopf der Benin-Kultur

Memorial Head
Benin-Culture
Around 1650
Bronze. 29,5 cm

Expertise Head
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Vessel
Benin-Culture.
Around 1580. Bronze. 28 cm

Vessel

 

Thermoluminescence - Expertise
Labor Ralf Kotalla

Expertise Haigerloch
Wissenschaftliches Laboratorium - Museo d'Arte e Scienza
FT-IR spektroscopic Analyse
  Expertise  

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Benin Head

   
 
Memorial Head
Benin-Culture
appr. 1500
Bronze. 24,5 cm
 

  Expertise Laboratory Ralf Kotalla
Expertise Aventis
Expertise Antiques Analytics
  Thermoluminescence - Expertise
Labor Ralf Kotalla

Metallanalyse
Aventis
Metallanalyse
Antiques Analytics
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Kopf Owujoto

Memorial Head
Benin-Culture.
appr. 1800
Bronze. 23 cm

Expertise Owujoto
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Ife-Kopf

Head
Ife-Culture
appr 1350
Bronze. 30,5 cm

Expertise Ife Kopf

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Ife Kopf

Head
Ife-Culture.
appr. 1450
Bronze. 31 cm
Expertise Ife Kopf

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  Portugiesischer Armbrustschütze

Expertise Portugiese

 

Portuguese marksman
Benin, Nigeria
appr. 1850. Bronze. 44 cm


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Relief Reiter

Rider
Tada-Culture
appr 1750
Bronze. 36 x 31 cm

Expertise Relief

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  Benin - Bust
Bust of a women
Benin, Nigeria
appr. 50 to 150 years
TL = geological
Bronze. 28 cm

Expertise Portugiese


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  Please send me more informations...

 

In Stock: Classic art from Africa - Benin, Ife, Fang, Bamana, Eket, Bamileke, Nok, Sokoto, Ibo, Urhobo, Pheul, Dogon, Lower Congo, Ngbaka, Marka ...


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Alte Kunst aus Afrika

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Churchcodex

  Kirche Saint Joseph
 

This is the catholic church in Avepozo, the home of Peter Herrmann. It is one of the last churches, where people are not shouting, yelling, screaming... through loudspeakers two meters in height.


  Der heilige Joseph
 

It is the paradise of the holy Joseph who is alowed to love a small boy with hegemonial thoughts as you can see on the globe in his hands.


  Dresscode 1
 

But not everybody is allowed to enter the paradise as you can see on the billboard right at the entrance. Fashion and styles are changing, so some free spaces are left open. Local speciality : No free back ! Did you realized, that many african Ladies really have a wonderful sexy back?


  Dresscode 2
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The billboard left the entrance. Humans with holes in their trousers or tousled hairs or, oh god, men with earings have a small chance to love small boys like holy Joseph does. Halleluja is left for people with ties.


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ll "traffico" d'arte africana - by Matteo Koffi Fraschini

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Lomé (TOGO): Trafficante o commerciante? A seconda degli anni e delle circostanze, il ruolo di Peter Herrmann, tedesco sui 60 anni, è cambiato rispetto al fenomeno del commercio di arte africana tradizionale. Nessuno ha stime precise, ma è certo che tantissimi oggetti, per un valore di diversi miliardi di euro, sono stati comprati in Africa e rivenduti in Occidente durante l’ultimo secolo. Il cosiddetto “Traffico d’arte primitiva” nel continente nero è un mercato molto complicato, caratterizzato da diversi lati oscuri e pericolosi. I rischi sono tanti e a tutti i livelli. Alcuni esperti, africani e stranieri, parlano di un patrimonio culturale africano interamente rubato. Altri sostengono invece che si tratti di una compravendita di opere per molti aspetti legale, anche se difficilmente si trovino leggi apposite per regolarla. Dopo oltre 30 anni in questo mestiere, il Signor Hermann e altri conoscitori di tale controversa realtà hanno espresso le loro opinioni.

RSI - Radiotelevisione svizzera - January 28 - 25 minutes - ll "traffico" d'arte africana


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Kulturgutschutzgesetz | Law

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According to the 1970 UNESCO convention, a repatriation claim must be made within a year after the authorities in the country of origin become aware of the cultural artifact’s location. Galerie Peter Herrmann thus always shares all information about its pieces – especially the Nigerian bronzes pictured on these pages, exhibited between 1989 and today and published online since 1995. Our mailing list includes organizations that handle restitution matters as well as both independent and state-employed art historians from, e.g., Nigeria.

Every buyer of an art object, whether it’s made of wood, clay or bronze, must be aware that from a European legal perspective, the piece usually was taken from the respective African country of origin on the basis of inadequate export documents. Neither international regulations nor national African legislation are conducive to free trade. Galerie Peter Herrmann tries to confront this dilemma by operating with the greatest possible transparency. The period from 1985 to 2015 in which Peter Hermann has been active is extraordinarily problematic for art historical research because African and European dealers worked as covertly as possible in a hazy legal situation and because important information that prior to 1970 might have passed from market to academy tended to be kept hushed up.

When in doubt, Peter Herrmann asks that you please be in touch. It’s in the gallery’s best interest to resolve every questionable situation using all available means.

Peter Herrmann, August 2015
Expert in old and new art from Africa
Customs and insurance expert

Sources
Transfer of Cultural Property Act
Restitution of Cultural Property Act
Protection of Cultural Property Act
UNESCO Convention


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Contemporary Art for sale
Alte Kunst aus Afrika
Alte Kunst aus Afrika

 
Vestibül Mai 2013

Works by Bill Kouélany, Berry Bickle, Ayana V. Jackson, Zohra Opoku, Manuela Warstat, Marcia Kure, Nicole Guiraud, George Osodi, Fréderic Bruly Bouabré, Daniel Kojo Schrade, Jürgen Schadeberg, Mansour Ciss, Aboudramane, Moké, Chéri Samba, Ralf Schmerberg and Goddy Leye.

For sale on behalf of clients, works by Pascale Marthine Tayou, Owusu-Ankomah und Malam Artists

 



 

Bill Kouélany
(documenta 12)
o.T., 2007
Acryl and handmade paper on canvas

To sell in order for a Berlin collector
Euro 5,800,-

see more works available

Bill Kouélany


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Malam

To sell in order for a Francfort collector
Euro 8,800,-

see more works available from Malam

Malam
La Chimiothérapie

From the Series: The Blood of Others
2007, Plaster, pharmaceutic wrappings, bottles, chair, 156 cm.

Kunsttermine Titel


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Afro
 
 

55 Set's including four from seven notes in a noumbered Couvert. Until 31.12.2011 each 300,- Euro >> Afro

 

Afro Serie
Exampel: Nr. PH8

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With a series of printed Afro-notes on canvas El Hadji Mansour Ciss dit Kanakassy won 2008 the 1. Price of the Dakar-Biennale.



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World largest Balaphon for sale
  Balaphon

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...This diatonic balaphone has 29 slats made of palisander. Calebasses serve as soundboxes, all elements are tied togehter with cowhide cords. In order to produce a sound that sends out soft metallic vibrations, membranes of a smoothed out spider´s nest have been attached to the inside of the soundboxes. Four sticks with natural caoutchouc for playing the instrument.

The balaphone is 3 metres in length and up to 1.35 metres in width. Built for professional purposes, it is, to our knowledge, one of the largest instrument of its kind. During four months, Aly Keïta has traveled to three countries to find calebasses of the size needed.... more >>


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Important sales:
 

 

Goddy Leye

 
Fang aus Kamerun

We are the World
Video - 3/5
Goddy Leye
sold to the
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

 

The most beautiful of all Fang figures. South Cameroon.
Arrived in Berlin during German colonial times
Sold to a south German collection


 

Head | Ife-Kultur

Head
Ife-Culture.
appr. 1450. Bronze. 33 cm.
ife Maske
Mask
Ife-Culture, Nigeria.
appr. 1800
Bronze. 31 cm

 

 

kopf mit Korallenhaube

 
Omolangidi
 
Memorial Head
Benin, Nigeria
TL-Expertise. appr. 1890
Bronze. 43 cm
 

Omolangidi
Dolls
Ekiti-State, Nigeria


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This head is one of the best replica the gallerist has ever seen. He's now included in the collection of fakes of the Ralf Kotalla Laboratory.

Ife Head Replica
Head
Ife-Culture
Between 1 and 50 years. Replica
Bronze. 32,5 cm

   
Ife Head
 
   
Head
Ife, Nigeria
18. cen. 19 cm

Terrakotta

 
  Thermoluminescence Analyse
Expertise Ghysels
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by QED Laboratoire
Tomodensitométrique | scanner à rayon X
Dr. Marc Ghysels. Radiologist
pdf
  Widder Owo-Kultur

Ram
Owo-Culture.
Around 1850
Bronze. 40 cm

sold

Expertise ram
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Beltmask
Edo-Culture
Around 1650
Bronze. 28 cm

sold

Expertise Gürtelmaske
 

Guardian, upper Mono.
Togo. ca. 1980
93 cm

sold

Wächterfigur

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New Site - Projects

  Menüleiste Projekte

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Interesting non-commercial activities from Peter Herrmann. Site under construction. more >>

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Reply to Berlin tabloid press and various blog posts - "The Picasso Crime of Berlin"

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Under the sensational title "The Picasso Crime of Berlin" my gallery has been associated with the arrest of a forger. The presentation escalated to the claim that I would be a member of a "forger trio". read more.

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Peter ToGo | Bye Bye Berlin
August 2013

 

As it looks now, we'll conduct our exhibition activities in Lomé, where we're looking for suitable premises starting in the summer of 2014. As always, we're open to and available for participation in other projects. We'll leave behind an art storage space and a small office in Germany.

"Why Lomé?" many have asked. "Why Togo?" The answer is simple.


 

In Berlin, neither contemporary nor ancient African art managed to establish itself commercially. When it comes to the art scene, Eurocentric is certainly an appropriate descriptor. In West Africa, by contrast, recent years have seen the development of a new awareness of the art historical importance of old, classical art, the emergence of a vibrant young art scene and the growth of an art-loving middle class with disposable income. For decades, Lomé has been the most popular trading center for classical West African art, geographically well-situated between Lagos and Accra, the new centers of contemporary art. The move will also bring us closer to Brazzaville, Douala and Dakar, where we are involved in projects.

After many years of "missionary" activity, personal hardships and maddening bureaucracy in Berlin, we're eager to earn some money again, get to know artists and improve our quality of life.



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Afrika Wirtschaft - Von Berlin die Nase voll

Kunstmagazin. Galerist Peter Herrmann geht nach Westafrika

FAZ - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - Von Berlin nach Lomé

Tagesspiegel - Kunst und Markt - Das neue Babylon

Berlin Poche - Berlin sehen und ... verlassen

Afrika Post - Galerie Peter Herrmann, Neustart in Togo - Willkommen in Lomé!


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The last Exhibition in Berlin

Alte Kunst aus Afrika
Alte Kunst aus Afrika

 
Vestibül Mai 2013
Best of Bill Kouélany, Berry Bickle, Marcia Kure, Nicole Guiraud, Klaus Schnocks-Meusen, George Osodi, Spee Nzante, Daniel Kojo Schrade, Aboudramane and Moké. Several works for sale on customers order.


 

Classic Art from Subsaharian Africa - Benin, Ife, Fang, Bamana, Eket, Bamileke, Nok, Sokoto, Ibo, Urhobo, Pheul, Dogon, Unterer Kongo, Ngbaka, Marka ...


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Alte Kunst aus Afrika


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The Carneval Newsletter
we got many comments :-)

Carneval Herrmann vor seiner SK 4000

We are the experts for strontium-90 and colbalt-210, beta, gamma, and other irradiations. Whether with or without aluminum, we offer every zinc percentage and are your specialists for alloys of every kind....
Our methods are developed and recommended by recognized anthropologists with credible doctorate degrees. >>


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  Newsletter | Spezial offers | 17.9.2016
  Newsletter | Guardians from Togo | 5.8.2016
  Newsletter | Old art from Nigeria | 18.5.2016
  Newsletter | Heads | 17.2.2016
  Newsletter | Original and Fake | Owo and Ife | 14.1.2016
  Newsletter | Bronzes | Aboudramane| Ticker | 25.11.2015 (german)
  Newsletter | 2 x wood and 1 x bronze| 29.9.2015
  Newsletter | Kulturgutschutzgesetz | Bronzen 3 | 16.8.2015 (german)
  Newsletter | August 2015 - 20 years in Internet (german)
  Newsletter | July 2015 - Recent Acquisitions
  Newsletter | February 2015 - Recent Acquisitions
  Newsletter | New Home, new offers (german)
  Newsletter | Winner and Loser March, 2014
  Newsletter | February, 2014
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Newsletter | August, 2013
Newsletter | February, 2013 - Carneval

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On the Way to a Retrospective | Goddy Leye

  Videos and Video Installations
Works from 1993 to 2010
Goddy Leye

For the past years, we have been organizing the artistic estate of Goddy Leye, in cooperation with Estella Mbuli (Goddy’s sister), Bill Kouélany, and Adeline Chapelle. With his sudden death, the Cameroonian video artist left behind a large amount of unsorted work, studies, and project descriptions. The exhibition should bring us closer to a comprehensive retrospective, which will also include his painting oeuvre. We are presenting 20 videos, mostly unknown in Germany, installing The Beautiful Beast once more, and reconstructing the installation Dancing with the Moon, famous from the touring exhibition Africa Remix.


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Most well known to our regular visitors is the video We are the World, the second edition of which we were able to sell to the Fondazione Fotografia in Modena a few years ago. At the end of 2012, the Centre Georges Pompidou decided to buy Edition III of five, a special honor. Naturally, we will show this film again as well.


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Rosy Future | ifa-Galleries

 
Peter Herrmann
 
Peter Herrmann
 
"Soldiers" with their "Weapons" for a Museum of contemporary art in Tunis

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Halim Karabibene was photographing for the exhibition:
Rosy Future - Contemporary Art from Tunisia.

fa Gallery Berlin
1210. – 21.12.2012

ifa Gallery Stuttgart
01.02. – 07.04.2013


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Les ateliers Sahm | by Bill Kouélany

  Les ateliers Sahm

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Visit the project



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Dia-Show
 

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Photos of the last gallery space in Berlin >>

La Galerie


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Bye Bye Berlin | Jürgen Schadeberg

 

Voices from the Land & City in South Africa today

Voices from the Land

A gallery opening, a farewell gala, and an 82nd birthday party, all in one night.

Although Berlin-born Jürgen Schadeberg and his wife Claudia are already leaving the city they had hoped to settle in, after having returned for only two years. They are moving on, to the south of Spain, where people will be willing to be photographed once more. We would like to hold a joyous vernissage a few days before he leaves and celebrate the move and his birthday with him.


 

In the exhibition we show 75 photographs extracted from the series Voices from the Land and Tales from Jozi. An accompanying film program is being prepared.

Voices from the Land depicts black and white images of agrarian South Africa, where people continue to live in near feudalism until today, and poverty is close at hand. This subtle and calm series displays the documentarian claim of the photographer. In contrast is the series Tales from Jozi. Here, the blazing city life jumps to color and shows us Johannesburg in all its facets. The books on these series and others, such as The Black and White Fifties, which we exhibited in 2003, will be sold in the gallery.


  Xmas Girls

Bye Bye Berlin, 82nd birthday and farewell party:

Exhibition: March 19 - May 11, 2013

Exhibition opening: With food, drinks, and live music: March 18, 2013 | 19:00

Mike Russel - Guitar
Max Hughes - Bass
Kenny Martin - Drums
Lionel Haas - Keyboard
Soulymane Touré - Talking Drum


 

DJ Armin Engel. - Music from South Africa of the last fifty years
In the Video-room: Films from and with Jürgen Schadeberg
Catering: Ebe Ano. Nigerian Fingerfood.
Introduction: Peter Herrmann

 

The Newsletter

Diashow of the opening

Eröffnung und Abschied

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Galerieansicht
Galerieansicht

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Group-exhibition

  Großer Ausstellungsraum der Galerie Peter Herrmann

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Group exhibition - Best of Bill Kouélany, Berry Bickle, Ayana V. Jackson, Zohra Opoku, Manuela Warstat, Marcia Kure, Nicole Guiraud, George Osodi, Fréderic Bruly Bouabré, Daniel Kojo Schrade, Mansour Ciss, Aboudramane, Moké, Chéri Samba, Ralf Schmerberg, Mamadou Gomis and Goddy Leye. Works for sale on customers order by Pascale Marthine Tayou, Owusu-Ankomah and Malam.



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Zohra Okpoku & Goddy Leye

  Zohr Opoku | Goddy Leye

Handwash Only & Hommage

Installation and Video | A Project in Cooperation with Ifa (Institut for Foreign Cultural Relation) Parallely to their exhibitionin prêt-à-partager our big exhibition hall and in the Video-R oom.

Exhibition:
28.4. - 7.7.2012

Opening:
April 27, 8 pm


 

Laudatio:
Dr. Uschi Eid & Madam Elke aus dem Moore

Music:
Souleymane Touré
und
Veronika Vogel
& Jeff Chappah

Simone Gilges & Mamadou Gomis
Berlin/Dakar

more >>

opoku

 

KLICK! Photo Competition: Winner from Senegal

Conference participants also voted for the winner of the photo competition, "KLICK! Your View of Culture and Education." More than 10,000 Internet users from around the world voted for their favorite ten photos from all of the submissions in advance of the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum. From these ten, Mamadou Gomis from Senegal with "Need to Know" was selected as the winner. Second place went to "Child Teacher" by Ehtisham Ahmad Farooqi from Pakistan, and in third place was Jake Reeder from the USA with "DPDHL TeachForAll. India School in Mumbai." The photos from the contest can be seen at www.dw-gmf.de.


  Dr. Ursula Eid
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