The Demon’s Brain is a space-consuming video installation with picture book aesthetics. In 2017 Agnieszka Polska was awarded the National Gallery Prize. The artist was showing her resulting multi-channel video installation The Demon’s Brain at the Museum Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin. Can art be cute?
The Pferdetheater photo experiment. Photography under extreme light conditions with the artists of the Pferdetheater – a horse theatre. In September 2018, during the screening of “Tout le monde danse, tout le monde pense” in Berlin, photographs were created similar to painted pictures.
Dieter Blum – the Cowboys series in 2016 at Daimler Art Collection. The photo series Cowboys. The first shooting was photographed in the year 1992 by the photographer and artist Dieter Blum. In 2016 the images were shown in Berlin at House Huth during an exhibition by Daimler Art Collection. The photos came to existance as a test shooting for Marlboro. The series comprises a total of 57 photographs.
Rider by the Sea, Benno Berneis, 1913. The large-framed painting forms the centrepiece of a room in the Berlinische Galerie devoted entirely to the rediscovered painter from the circle of the Berlin Secession as part of the collection: Art in Berlin 1880 – 1980.
Samorin horse – made of steel. In Slovakia, at the Hippo Arena in Samorin, there is a huge work of art by Hungarian artist Gabor Miklos Szoke – a sculpture of a steel horse. The artist is known for his large-framed sculptures of animals, made from many individual parts that together form monumental bright artworks.
The London artist Yaheya Pasha paints horses – with vivid dazzling colours and dynamic brush strokes, modern, vivid. The paintings of the London-based artist with Indian roots and a passion for horses are full of energy.
Japanese artist Makoto Tojiki makes sculptures out of tiny LED lights. Tojiki gained attention in Europe with a work from the “No Shadow” series for the luxury textile manufacturer Hermès: the glowing orange horse galloped imaginarily through the halls of the Grand Palais in Paris during the Saut Hermes show jumping tournament in 2010. The artist’s more recent works, such as the cellist and the light installation Hope and Dream, appear even more fascinating.
Henri Toulouse-Lautrec. The White Horse Gazelle – a glance on the painting. The 1881 depiction of the horse by the French artist Henri Toulouse-Lautrec belongs to the collection of the Albertina in Vienna and was exhibited at the Vienna Kunstforum in 2015.
Edgar Degas: who does not know his drawings and paintings of bathers or dancers by Edgar Degas – less widely known, but just as beautiful are the portraits of horses and riders. Over the years of his creative work (1853-1908) Edgar Degas created several pictures of horses and riders. Groups of people with horses in the landscape, scenes at the racetrack, horses in training – Degas captured special atmospheres in wonderful color moods.
Photo art. Andreas Brenner photographs horses – but it’s not about the kind of idyllic horse photography that decorates many Facebook posts these days, nor is it about photos like a sports report – Andreas Brenner makes art and simply fascinating pictures.