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Olympia-Park: Glasdach, Foto: Andreas Bromba

Minimalism continues: münchen minimal is here!

01.10.2020 –The successful berlin minimal series is finally being continued: Andreas Bromba has been photographing the Bavarian capital Munich since September 2020. Seeing the familiar in a new way, discovering one’s own city as well as overcoming contrasts through minimalist imagery and, of course, the joy of art – that is minimalism! Andreas Bromba has photographed many striking motifs so far: The gallery will go online soon.

Collaboration with Chemnitz fine art auction house e-artis

Berlin, 15 January 2018 – Andreas Bromba has been invited to participate in auctions by the Chemnitz fine art auction house e-artis. The first three photographs submitted were sold straight away between December 2017 and January 2018: two works from the successful Mystical Series and one from the photo concept berlin minimal (“Viktorias Flügel/Victoria’s Wings”). The works were offered as Alu-Dibond prints and signed by the artist (edition of 20).  Further information is available at www.e-artis.de This productive collaboration will be continued!

Photo exhibition at the “Hamburger Architektur-Sommer”

19 April 2015 – The upcoming exhibition “The city from below” with photographs by Andreas Bromba from the series “The city from below” at Einstellungsraum e.V. in Hamburg-Wandsbek, a gallery that is particularly popular with young and innovative artists, has been included in the “Hamburger Architektur-Sommer” programme. Many thanks to gallery owner Elke Suhr for her patience and perseverance!   The biennial “Hamburger Architektur-Sommer” has developed into a major event with exhibitions, colloquia and discussions across the city attracting a growing number of visitors. This is architecture at its most vibrant.   The exhibition opens on Thursday, 16 June 2015 at 6 pm at the gallery Einstellungsraum e.V., Wandsbeker Chaussee 11. The photographer Andreas Bromba is present.

The city K. – A city awakening
Pictures from Kaliningrad

Königsberg / Kaliningrad / Kenig City The British bombing in August 1944 of the old East Prussian capital Königsberg, then one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, marked the beginning of its demise. Heavy fighting for the “Königsberg fortress” culminated in its capture by the Red Army on 9 April 1945, followed by days of unchecked atrocities against the remaining German population (approx. 100,000 of the original 380,000 inhabitants). The Soviets unleashed the full force of their vengeance. Then: famine and cholera. Some 25,000 Germans survived. Königsberg became Soviet, but really Russian. There were celebrations and expulsions, there was destruction and demolition, planning and reconstruction. Today, after being off limits for almost 50 years and just 600 kilometres from Berlin, but 1,200 kilometres from Moscow, many Kaliningraders feel closer to the West than to Russia. By a stroke of coincidence or irony, the years 2005/2006 marked a double anniversary: The old Hanseatic City and capital Königsberg, Prussia turned 750. At the same time, it was 60 years (4 July 1946) since the Soviet dictator …

Photo exhibition at the “Hamburger Architektur-Sommer”

19 April 2015 – The upcoming exhibition “The city from below” with photographs by Andreas Bromba from the series “The city from below” at Einstellungsraum e.V. in Hamburg-Wandsbek, a gallery that is particularly popular with young and innovative artists, has been included in the “Hamburger Architektur-Sommer” programme. Many thanks to gallery owner Elke Suhr for her patience and perseverance!   The biennial “Hamburger Architektur-Sommer” has developed into a major event with exhibitions, colloquia and discussions across the city attracting a growing number of visitors. This is architecture at its most vibrant.   The exhibition opens on Thursday, 16 June 2015 at 6 pm at the gallery Einstellungsraum e.V., Wandsbeker Chaussee 11. The photographer Andreas Bromba is present.

Exhibition “The city from below” at the gallery Einstellungsraum/Hamburg

20 June 2015 – The opening address “Cacophony of a Metropolis” by art historian and author Dr. Thomas Piesbergen at the opening of the current exhibition “The city from below” is available to read here. Dr. Piesbergen gave the opening address at Andreas Bromba’s current exhibition at the gallery Einstellungsraum in Hamburg on 16 June 2015. The photographic concept is one of Andreas Bromba’s oldest and most important and is presented here for the first time in an art historical context. But please read for yourself!   The exhibition is being held in the context of Einstellungsraum’s theme for this year, which is taken from a line by Matthias Claudius: “Where there is noise in the streets, there proceed on your way” (from a letter to his son Johannes). Andreas Bromba presents quiet works exploring the phenomenon of soundlessness in modern cityscapes through the medium of photography.