CAMERA WORK Virtual Gallery

 

Welcome to CAMERA WORK Virtual Gallery! Explore more than 10 exhibitions a year on your computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone. Select your exhibition, click on the image, navigate in the exhibition rooms and discover iconic and new works by our artists in an innovative way.

If you have any questions, please contact us at sales@camerawork.de or call us at: +49 (0)30 3100776.

»Speed« (Floor I)

Online: March 30 to May 28, 2021
List of works: sales@camerawork.de

Motor racing and Forumla 1, speed and racing lifestyle: With famous and rare photographic works, the group exhibition »Speed« shows how artists explore these themes in their works. The exhibition features more than 40 photographic works from over 100 years of photography by 23 artists, such as Anton Corbijn, Patrick Demarchelier, David Drebin, Brian Duffy, David LaChapelle, Jim Rakete, Herb Ritts, Martin Schoeller, Ellen von Unwerth, and Albert Watson.

»Speed« (Floor II)

Online: March 30 to May 28, 2021
List of works: sales@camerawork.de

Motor racing and Forumla 1, speed and racing lifestyle: With famous and rare photographic works, the group exhibition »Speed« shows how artists explore these themes in their works. The exhibition features more than 40 photographic works from over 100 years of photography by 23 artists, such as Anton Corbijn, Patrick Demarchelier, David Drebin, Brian Duffy, David LaChapelle, Jim Rakete, Herb Ritts, Martin Schoeller, Ellen von Unwerth, and Albert Watson.

Sebastian Copeland: »Antarctica« (Floor I)

Online: February 16 to May 19, 2021

The exhibition »Antarctica« features 24 landscape photographs out of the striking body of work by award-winning photographer, environmental advocate, and polar explorer Sebastian Copeland. Captured in the most remote region of the world, several of the photographs are shown for the very first time. Copeland spent multiple seasons on and around Antarctica, notably crossing 4100 km of its barren landscape on skis. In 2020, Copeland was awarded with two Photographer of the Year awards, one from the IPA and the other from the TIFA, for his latest book, »Antarctica: The Waking Giant« (2020) published by Rizzoli last fall. After his exhibition at CAMERA WORK Gallery in 2018, Copeland received a Bambi award in the category »Our Earth«.

For any inquiries and for a full list of works please contact us at sales@camerawork.de or call us: +49(0)30 3100776.

Sebastian Copeland: »Antarctica« (Floor II)

Online: February 16 to May 19, 2021

The exhibition »Antarctica« features 24 landscape photographs out of the striking body of work by award-winning photographer, environmental advocate, and polar explorer Sebastian Copeland. Captured in the most remote region of the world, several of the photographs are shown for the very first time. Copeland spent multiple seasons on and around Antarctica, notably crossing 4100 km of its barren landscape on skis. In 2020, Copeland was awarded with two Photographer of the Year awards, one from the IPA and the other from the TIFA, for his latest book, »Antarctica: The Waking Giant« (2020) published by Rizzoli last fall. After his exhibition at CAMERA WORK Gallery in 2018, Copeland received a Bambi award in the category »Our Earth«.

For any inquiries and for a full list of works please contact us at sales@camerawork.de or call us: +49(0)30 3100776.

Christian Tagliavini: »Circesque« (Floor I)

Online: December 15, 2020 to May 7, 2021
List of works: sales@camerawork.de

The exhibition and new series »Circesque« by Christian Tagliavini is on view in CAMERA WORK Gallery from December 5, 2020 through April 17, 2021. In case you cannot visit the show or if you would like to experience the exhibition once again, you can see it in the CAMERA WORK Virtual Gallery from December 15, 2020 through May 7, 2021.

Christian Tagliavini: »Circesque« (Floor II)

Online: December 15, 2020 to May 7, 2021
List of works: sales@camerawork.de

The exhibition and new series »Circesque« by Christian Tagliavini is on view in CAMERA WORK Gallery from December 5, 2020 through April 17, 2021. In case you cannot visit the show or if you would like to experience the exhibition once again, you can see it in the CAMERA WORK Virtual Gallery from December 15, 2020 through May 7, 2021.