Bernhard Fuchs’ new series of landscape and nature studies is titled “MÜHL”. The artist, who lives and works in Düsseldorf, regularly returns to his native region in Upper Austria and takes long walks there, in the Mühlviertel. He captures details of nature: stones, water, trees, sky and attempts to appropriate them visually. He creates simple, calm photographs that, in their visual density, capture what is most difficult to capture: an atmosphere, a feeling of belonging and a connection to a place and the elements. At the same time, the series is a reflection on perception itself – on how things that were thought to be familiar can appear strange and unfathomable when viewed in great detail.

Bernhard Fuchs, born in 1971 in Haslach, Austria, studied with Bernd Becher at the Academy in Düsseldorf and with Timm Rautert at the Academy in Leipzig. Critically acclaimed previous series and publications include “AUTOS” (Koenig Books, 2008), “ROADS AND PATHS” (Koenig Books, 2010) and “WOODLANDS” (Koenig Books, 2014). Important museums such as the Sprengel Museum in Hanover and the Josef Albers Museum Quadrat in Bottrop have already dedicated large solo exhibitions to his work. The monograph for the current exhibition was published in 2021 by Koenig Books, London.

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The images in Linn Schröder’s photographic series deal with one of the most basic tasks of photography, to capture and record memories. Family pictures are photographs that help us remember and often even create memories. They can also be images that only exist in our heads, created through stories and our own imagination. Linn Schröder combines these two thoughts in a poetic way and creates pictorial worlds which, through their surreal, magical, and often staged imagery, tell of astonishment, uncertainty, and perhaps even unease.

Linn Schröder traveled to Poland with her twin daughters and followed the footsteps of her mother-in-law, who had to flee to Germany as a young girl during World War II and passed down her experience in stories. This creates a connection between three generations: the grandmother, the mother, and the daughters. She also photographed a befriended family with twins at regular intervals and the boy next door, whom she encounters again and again. Schröder often works in black and white, which gives the images an air of universal validity. Seemingly identical nature shots that repeatedly interrupt the narrative flow reinforce this timelessness. At the same time, Linn Schröder’s work points far beyond personal experience. Associative images emerge that tell stories in themselves and tell us something about our humanity. In this photographic work, these worlds of thought are given an intense, mysteriously dreamlike, poetic stage.

Linn Schröder, born in 1977, has been a member of Ostkreuz-Agentur der Fotografen since 2004 and is a professor of photography at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg since 2016. Her work has received numerous awards and is exhibited internationally. “Ich denke auch Familienbilder”, her first book, was published by Hartmann Books in 2021.

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