auc0195 CIRCLE-24 Manuel da COSTA ‘Praying Mantis’

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DESCRIPTION:
file number: auc0195
artist: CIRCLE-24 Manuel da COSTA (Brazil)
title: ‘Praying Mantis’

auc0195 CIRCLE-24 Manuel da COSTA (Brazil) 'Praying Mantis'

DETAILS:
date: probably 1994
size: 24x30cm. (print from 6×7 transparency)
condition: good
signed: yes/no

CONTACT:
link for sale and additional information: jay@photography-for-sale.com US$ 250.00

more on Manuel da COSTA

PROVENANCE:
https://robertsblogonphotography.blogspot.com/2020/01/for-sale-photography-finland.html
https://robertsblogonphotography.blogspot.com/2020/01/mns-photocolour-photography-for-sale.html
https://robertsblogonphotography.blogspot.com/2020/01/circle-24-kodak-gallery-tokyo.html
https://robertsblogonphotography.blogspot.com/2020/01/photography-for-sale-galerie-24-den-haag.html

pfs1330 TRAVEL -GERMANY ‘Hermitage”, Bayreuth

Description:
a studio shot of an eagle in front of a photograph of (a pavilion in the garden of) the Hermitage in Bayreuth

Hermitage, Bayreuth, Germany
photographer/artist: Robert SCHILDER date: 1990

SOLD

There is a little slide show of all photographs about Germany and Wagner, made for your phone or tablet here

provenance:
group exhibitions: CIRCLE-24 group shows in Tokyo, Helsinki, Stockholm, Denmark, Glasgow and the Hague.
personal exhibitions: NCPA in Bombay, Galerie 24 Antwerp, Zomergalerie in Oostburg

links to more information:
www.schloesser.bayern.de
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GALERIE 24


Eldad Maestro from Fields, n.d.
Photo-etching, signed, 20 x 20 cm, NLG550

First opened in Antwerp in 1991 and later based in The Hague, GALERIE 24 was a well-established showcase for an impressive range of photography styles and themes from Europe and throughout the world. The gallery served as the meeting place for the members of CIRCLE 24, a network of (roughly twenty-four!) internationally known photographers. It provided these artists with both a visual forum and a place to exchange ideas.

GALERIE 24 aimed to present new ideas and contemporary trends in photography by presenting regular exhibitions from not only Circle members but also promising new talent worldwide. Exhibitions alternated every six weeks. To illustrate the wide diversity of our programme, the last year has seen: manipulated photography from Sacha Koulitchov (Russia); mixed media works by Vinod Dave of the renowned Baroda School; the celebrated ‘Goddesses’ of Taffi Rosen (Canada); meditative ‘Icons for the Mind’ by Kicki Rosenlof (Sweden) and most recently, manipulated triptychs of the Zen Gardens by Eldad Maestro (Israel). Plans for exhibitions to come included South American nature photography, Japanese studio photography, Indian/US digital imaging and some exciting new Dutch talent.

GALERIE 24 had a distinct advantage above other European galleries due to their contact with photographers and art institutions throughout the world. This allowed access to valuable archives in India, Japan and China to name a few. GALERIE 24, therefore, boasted a wide and unique selection of contemporary and vintage photographs available for sale and hire. In addition, the gallery had a well-stocked bookshop with catalogues, postcards and collectable items. The reading table offered an exclusive range of art photography magazines from across the globe.

CIRCLE 24

CIRCLE 24 was a network of internationally renowned photographers from all over the world. They were artists from widely varying disciplines who all work with photography in a professional way. They have come together as a result of their mutual interest in photography as an art form and international communication medium.

CIRCLE 24 began in l991 as an initiative of Robert Schilder, a professional photographer for over 25 years. His aim was to establish a worldwide exchange of information about new ideas and contemporary trends in photography. From our centre, in The Hague, we organised collaborative projects with photographers throughout the world, hold seminars, masterclass workshops and readings. Since 1991, Robert and the Circle have put together a comprehensive summary of Indian photography spanning 130 years “Another Way of Seeing” and introduced this to Museums in Europe. The Circle has presented l5 international exhibitions in Belgium and The Netherlands and we have also exchanged exhibitions with major venues worldwide.

CULTURAL EXCHANGES

“We are convinced that the key to our future lies in understanding how other cultures communicate”, says Robert Schilder.

CIRCLE 24 served as a vital source of motivation to the international photographer and promoted valuable cultural exchange within the profession. We believe this process is very refreshing and revealing. Seeing how photographers from other countries and cultures operate is not only interesting
for the observer, it also teaches the professional photographer, who must appeal to international markets, more about his or her own visual imagery.

An important part of our exchanges is international exhibitions. After presenting Circle 24 works in the gallery in The Hague, we endeavour to introduce these artists at major museums and discerning galleries worldwide. Our opening show, Circle 24’s group exhibition ‘Photography for Sale’ was received with great acclaim and interest, not only in The Netherlands but as far afield as New York and Scandinavia. As a result, it has been accepted for exhibiting in Tokyo’s Kodak Photo Salon, the National Museum of Photography, Denmark, Stockholm’s House of Culture and galleries in
Israel and Scotland.

Circle 24 aims to strengthen and broaden it’s international contacts and advance intercultural exchange between artists.

auc0141 CIRCLE 24: Studio Gunnar MERRILD

Studio Gunnar Merrild -Denmark – title: “Life can be a mess ..”

DESCRIPTION: collage, print, part of a series of 3, part of a touring exhibition of CIRCLE 24 (now defunct)

Circle 24, Studio Gunnar Merrild, Life can be a mess ..
watermarked, only print is for sale here, copyrights remain with the original photographer
DETAILS: R3 print of 4×5″ slide
date:
size: 30 x 43 cm.
condition: good
signed: yes/no

for sale US$ 200.00

CONTACT:
contact for sale and more information: jay@photography-for-sale.com

PROVENANCE: CIRCLE 24 groupshow- ´A worldwide view on photography´ 16.2.94 – 22.11.94 KODAK Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

auc0142 CIRCLE 24: Studio Gunnar MERRILD

Studio Gunnar Merrild -Denmark title: “Born to Live”

DESCRIPTION: collage, print, part of a series of 3, part of a touring exhibition of Circle 24 (now defunct)

Circle 24, Studio Gunnar Merrild, Born to Live
watermarked, only print is for sale here, copyrights remain with the original photographer
DETAILS: R3 print of 4×5″ slide
date:
size: 30 x 43 cm.
condition: good
signed: yes/no

for sale US$ 150.00

CONTACT:
contact for sale and more information: jay@photography-for-sale.com

PROVENANCE: CIRCLE 24 groupshow- ´A worldwide view on photography´ 16.2.94 – 22.11.94 KODAK Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

auc0143 CIRCLE 24: Studio Gunnar MERRILD

Studio Gunnar Merrild – Denmark title: “Dead and Alive”

DESCRIPTION: collage, print, part of a series of 3, part of a touring exhibition of Circle 24 (now defunct)

Circle 24, Studio Gunnar Merrild, Dead or Alive
watermarked, only print is for sale here, copyrights remain with the original photographer
DETAILS: R3 print of 4×5″ slide
date:
size: 30 x 43 cm.
condition: good
signed: yes/no

for sale US$ 150.00

CONTACT:
contact for sale and more information: jay@photography-for-sale.com

PROVENANCE: CIRCLE 24 groupshow- ´A worldwide view on photography´ 16.2.94 – 22.11.94 KODAK Gallery, Tokyo, Japan