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Bastian Thiery - Humpelfuchs

Opening: 9 November 2019 19-21hr Duration: 9 November - 30 November 2019 

Location: The Ballery, Nollendorfstrasse 11-12, 10777 Berlin 


Bastian Thiery was born in January 1990 as the East German military officially began dismantling the Wall. In 2018 he graduated from Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, Berlin and in the same year published the book 'Humpelfuchs' about a limping fox that he followed one night in Neukölln on the former East | West Berlin border. 


Humpelfuchs 

„One night, in my neighborhood, I saw a limping fox. He was curious, waited for me to approach him, running away when our distance became too small – only to wait again. I took five pictures of the fox that night, until he disappeared behind a fence, leaving me with the urge to encounter him again.“ 


Bastian Thiery currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany 


Education: 

2015–2018 Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, Berlin, Study of Photography, Graduation under Prof. Linn Schröder 

2013 International Center of Photography School (ICP), New York, Documentary Photography Course with Andre Lambertson 


Awards 

2019 'Humpelfuchs' shortlisted for the Fotobookfestival Kassel Dummy Award 

'Humpelfuchs' among the winners of the Belfast Photo Festival Open Submission in the Photobook Category 

'Humpelfuchs' shortlisted and exhibited at FOTO WIEN Photobook Exhibition & Price 

'Humpelfuchs' shortlisted for the La Fabrica & Photo London Book Dummy Award 

2018 Selected for the DFA (German Academy of Photography) Portfolio Review, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg 

'Humpelfuchs' shortlisted for BLOOOM Award 

published in Zeit Magazin, Die Zeit, Photonews, INDIE Magazine Online, Print Publication, Deutsche Oper Tischlerei Magazine, positive Magazine, Groove Magazine Online, Brigitte F-Mag, Neues Deutschland, Mr. ICON 



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Andreas Fux - Witness

Information (Deutsch Unten)

Opening: 9 November 2019 19-21hr Duration: 9 November - 30 November 2019 

Location: The Ballery, Nollendorfstrasse 11-12, 10777 Berlin


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November 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berliner Mauer, the wall that divided Germany’s capital city for around 28 years. To coincide this occassion The Ballery presents a photography exhibition featuring Berlin artist Andreas Fux. 


Andreas Fux was born in 1964 in East Berlin. He grew up as a citizen of the GDR and trained as an electrician. In the early 80's Andreas self trained himself as photographer and soon after contributed images of the East German punk and youth scene for cultural magazines such as DAS Magazin and DEFA film productions. 


On 9th November 1989, the night the Berlin wall opened, Andreas walked into West Berlin as a witness, a new world to discover. In this exhibition The Ballery presents works that surround this period as well as early unseen personal works. 


Im November 2019 jährt sich zum 30. Mal der Fall der Berliner Mauer, die die deutsche Hauptstadt rund 28 Jahre lang trennte. Anlässlich dieses Jubiläums zeigt The Ballery eine Fotoausstellung des Berliner Künstlers Andreas Fux. 


Andreas Fux wurde 1964 in Ostberlin geboren. Er ist als DDR-Bürger aufgewachsen und ausgebildeter Elektriker. In den frühen 80er-Jahren bildete sich Andreas selbst zum Fotografen aus und veröffentlichte bald darauf Bilder der ostdeutschen Punk- und Jugendszene in Kulturmagazinen wie dem DAS Magazin und DEFA-Filmproduktionen. 


Am 9. November 1989, der Nacht des Mauerfalls, betrat Andreas West-Berlin als Zeuge und tauchte damit in eine neue Welt ein, die es zu entdecken galt. In der Ausstellung präsentiert The Ballery Werke aus dieser Zeit sowie frühe persönliche Arbeiten, die noch nie öffentlich ausgestellt wurden. 


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Matt Lambert

Opening: 12 December 2019 18-22hr

Location: The Ballery, Nollendorfstrasse 11-12, 10777 Berlin


A pop-up launch of Matt Lambert’s 5th publishing project + an exclusive preview of the xxx film.

More info soon...

Illustration by Stefan Fähler 

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Igor Skaletsky

Opening: 10 January 2020 6-9pm
Duration: 10 January - 8 February 2020
Location: The Ballery, Nollendorfstrasse 11-12, 10777 Berlin.

Igor Skaletsky (Voronezh, 1978) is an artist of Russian origin who works within neosurrealism. He moved to Israel in 1990 and received his bachelor in easel painting in 2008 at the Surikov Art Institute.

Skaletsky works with both digital and analogue collage techniques mixing them with painting. His unique fusion of photography and painting achieves an effect which goes beyond a ”pure” traditional technique.

On Friday 10th January please join us at The Ballery for the opening of an exhibition of new works.