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  • Robert Capa, Redner. Palermo, Sizilien, Juli 1943, Silbergelatinepapier, SKD, Kupferstich-Kabinett, Copyright Robert Capa / International Center of Photography, Magnum Photos
    SKDfrom 31.07.2015

    War and Peace

    At three separate venues, three exhibitions devoted to war, threat, and destruction in the medium of photography will be shown ...more

  • George N. Barnard, Ruinen in Charleston, S.C., Aus der Serie Fotografische Ansichten vom Feldzug des Generals Sherman, 1866, Copyright:  Wilson Centre for Photography
    Albertinumfrom 31.07.2015

    Conflict, Time, Photography

    Conceived by Tate Modern, this exhibition illustrates how the events of war and their consequences have been captured and reflected in the medium of photography ...more

  • Robert Capa, Kollaborateurin wird von ihrem Volk verhöhnt. Chartres, Frankreich, 16. August 1944, Silbergelatinepapier, SKD, Kupferstich-Kabinett, Copyright Robert Capa / International Center of Photography, Magnum Photos
    Residenzschlossfrom 31.07.2015

    Robert Capa

    His war photographs have shaped the canon of the ‘spectacular image’, which came into being through the development of the mass media in the 20th century ...more

  • Anonym, Basilica di San Marco. Demontage einer Pferdeskulptur, Venedig 1915, Gelatineabzug, Copyright: Archivio Storico Fotografico der Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia
    Japanisches Palaisfrom 31.07.2015

    A City at War – Venice 1915–1918

    The pictures present pride and self-confidence of Venice’s inhabitants in World War I as well as the will to defend and the determination to repel the destruction of their city ...more

  • Ausstellungsansicht „Manifest at ZIBA Prague“, Foto und Copyright Anna Pleslová
    Schloss Pillnitzfrom 4.09.2015

    Manifesto

    The exhibition presents works by Rony Plesl and his students at the Glass Studio of the Prague Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design ...more

  • August Hudler: Der Kuss, um 1900/1901, Gips, Schellackspuren; Copyright: Skulpturensammlung, SKD, Foto: Hans Effenberger
    Albertinumfrom 19.09.2015

    August Hudler in Dresden

    Around 1900, August Hudler was at the height of his creative powers. After more than 100 years, his art between Jugendstil and Modernism will be presented in a cabinet exhibition ...more