Christian Borchert (1942-2000) was one of the most significant photographers in the GDR and reunified Germany. Born in Dresden and primarily active in that city and Berlin, he developed a pictorial language that was analytical and cautious, yet intense. Venue: Residenzschloss
Walking through the Albertinum islike opening a museum-sized art history reference work and leafing through its pages. With a range extending from Romanticism to the present, the Albertinum is a place where painting meets sculpture, East meets West and today meets tomorrow.
The special exhibition created with Jiří Fajt, Move little hands… “Move!” will open its doors at Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau on 18 November, giving an insight into the artistic couple’s lives and work. Visitors to the show can expect both a cinematic experience and a curiosity cabinet. It presents contemporary Czech surrealism through a wide variety of media, uniting the oeuvres of both artists in one place.