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    Case studies

    Planning a photo exhibition isn’t easy but your own exhibition is a very useful instrument in securing maximum exposure for your photography. Here you’ll find case studies and advice on the theme of photo exhibitions.

    370 Memories and Associations

    For the building of a new clinic, photographer Andrea Beck developed an image concept for the design of the new spaces together with clinic staff. The result was the display of 370 pictures that continue today to delight patients, visitors and staff alike. The collection of pictures chosen by the members of staff has also helped to increase their sense of identification with their workplace.

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    325 Design Approaches in Rehab

    Under the concept of positive image motivation, photographer Andrea Beck has furnished the walls of the new rehabilitation centre of the Austrian Social Insurance Institution in Graz. Patients’ rooms have been decorated with nature photography and public areas with abstract motifs. In the indoor poll area, large format designs behind acrylic glass enchant both patients and carers.

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    HERE 2017

    The Berlin photographer Jörg F. Klam exhibits classic nude photography at “HERE 2017″. He delights visitors to the exhibition in Turin with his images, the poses in which remind of the sculptural works of Rodin.

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    Mer et Lumière

    The French fashion photographer Vincent Rustuel goes back to his roots and presents a selection of his work in a very personal exhibition, “Mer et Lumière”. The successful exhibition was shown in Paris, Luxembourg and Milan.

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    160 years of photography

    Four graduates of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague meet up 40 years later. They decide to present a joint retrospective of their work since 1977 in an exhibition. A successful exhibition of 160 years of photography, in the centre of a Europe that experienced epochal upheaval.

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    gallery Jean Denis Walter

    The Galerie Jean Denis Walter in Paris specialises in sport photography. With the “Outdoor” exhibition, the gallerist displays the monumental works of renowned artists such as Alexis Berg and Jeremy Bernard, and has generated huge media interest and record numbers of visitors.

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    Walks through New York

    The photographer Ulrike Reetz searches for the soul of urban life through her pictures. Whether Berlin or New York, the beauty of the seemingly unobserved moment characterises her street photography. “Walks through New York” – a photography exhibition in Kaiser-Friedrich-Haus in Berlin.

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    The Face Collector

    Photographer Tobias Bugala specialises in authentic portraits and held a photo exhibition in Schoenberg near Stuttgart. Supported by a foundation, he photographed forty residents of a home for the elderly and received nationwide recognition for his pictures.

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    Automobile Fascination

    In the “Faszination Automobil” photo exhibition, photographer Ralph Steckelbach sets classic racing and sports cars centre stage. The pictures, taken over a period of many years, thrilled representatives from print and online media and raised the photographer’s profile across southern Germany, Switzerland and beyond.

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    As part of the Berlin Long Night of Museums the photograph Antonio Reetz-Graudenz presented abstract photography. This is because the architect and project director finds his motifs in Europe’s metropolises. The exhibition was a big success: More than 4000 visitors in only one night enjoyed the photographs immensely.

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