Tag: Thomas Struth

Shoot # 15

Jim Shaw’s monumental “Capitol Viscera Appliances” (2011) being watched by visitors at Art Basel 2014 © Jan Oberg 2015 Lund, Sweden – July 4, 2015 Hi! Whether you are an old or new friend I welcome you to Oberg PhotoGraphics . Shoot is a single photo, a digital gift – a moment of meditation – with which I wish you a good Sunday and weekbegin. Now, … Read More Shoot # 15

Shoot # 14

Lund, Sweden, June 28, 2015 “Couple With Clive Head” – In front of Clive Head’s ‘Thinking About Georges Braque’ 2013 © Jan Oberg 2015 I shoot out a single photo to you as a digital gift – a moment of meditation – and wish you a good Sunday and weekbegin. What happens when we go to exhibitions? Much more than just looking at some art … Read More Shoot # 14

Art Basel 2014 (5) Photography and painting dialogue…

  You may have guessed that I am looking for art photography in particular here in Basel? You are right! And I am happy to report that there is so much of it; photography is as accepted as an art form as, say, painting, film, sculpture, prints and multiples. Secondly, there are interesting “dialogues” between photo and painting. Gerhard Richter – whose exhibition at the Beyeler … Read More Art Basel 2014 (5) Photography and painting dialogue…

In Oslo: Astrup Fearnley Museum, Cindy Sherman, Damien Hirst and all that…

The Astrup Fearnley Museum is situated in the Tjuvholmen area in the Oslo harbour. It is an exciting, creative new area of development which used to be a shipbuilding site and an old prison. Now it’s restaurants, luxurious apartments, cozy small squares and lots of diverse, creative architecture. When you walk away from the anything-but-elegant City Hall and head for the Oslo Fjord, you … Read More In Oslo: Astrup Fearnley Museum, Cindy Sherman, Damien Hirst and all that…