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IntroductionManfred Paul’s special affinity for the photography of the 1920s shows itself in his early works. The desire to project a subjective feeling onto the object, to interpret the subject accordingly and thus define reality anew, came about later. Paul dips into time and holds onto moments of transience and fragility. He has become a master of harmony for whom the presentation of the subjective stands stronger in the foreground than the image of an objective reality. Dominating his work are extravagant, but also entirely balanced compositions that lead to surprising new interpretations. Paul wants to capture the elusiveness of a feeling or thought – moments that he answers with beauty and respect. With his pronounced appreciation for classic image language, Paul makes unusual works that float between yesterday and today. To engage with the pictures in this case means to ask the question of origins. Manfred Paul is also a professor at the Fachhochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft in Berlin.Bio
1942 Born in Schraplau 1968 Photo lab technician Stagehand, director's assistant, theater photographer, camerawork 1964-1974 Photography studies in Leipzig Camerawork studies in Potsdam-Babelsberg Teaching at the Film School Potsdam-Babelsberg and Munich Leipzig Academy, Dresden Academy, Berlin Academy Lecturer in photography at the FWG 1995 Professor for photography at the FHTW Berlin Lives and works in BerlinCollections
Altes Museum, Berlin Neue Berlinische Galerie, Berlin Ludwig Collection, Cologne Bibliothèque National, Paris Musée Elyseé, Lausanne Kupferstichkabinett, Dresden Michéle et Michel Auer Collection, Swizerland Durrenberger Extremis Collection, StrasbourgExhibitions
2005 Polaroid als Geste (Polaroid as gesture), Museum for Photography Braunschweig Aletheia, 10 Poets 10 Photographers 10 Books, Städisches Museum Jena Utopie und Wirklichkeit/Ostdeutsche Fotografie (Utopia and Reality/East German Photography), Willy Brandt Haus, Berlin 2004 Utopie und Wirklichkeit (Utopia and Reality), Photography Forum, Köln, 2003 Gallery argus fotokunst, Berlin, Wollhalle Güstrow Gallery Falkenbunnen, Dresden 2001 Dom zu Schwerin Gallery Herzattacke, Berlin 2000 Gallery Sabine Aurich-Rogge, Dresden/Medingen 1999 Gallery Kafka, Schwerin 1998 Gallery argus fotokunst, Berlin Gallery S. Aurich-Rogge, Dresden/Medingen regard croisés Berlin Arc et Senans, Institut Claude-Niclas-Ledoux, France 1996 Guardini Stiftung e. V. Berlin, Berlin Kopenhagen Kunsthalle (aus Kulturhauptstadt Europas) Raab Gallery, Berlin 1995 Kulturbrauerei, Berlin 1994 Mies van der Rohe Haus, Berlin Gallery Bodo Niemann, Berlin 1992 Gallery S.Göpfert, Munich 1990 Gallery Agathe Gaillard, Paris Berlinische Galerie, Berlin Musée de l´Elysée, Lausanne Strasbourg, Stadthalle, Strasbourg Musée Wartha, Wartha, Schweiz 1989 Fotografen der DDR (Photographers of the GDR) - Schwerin Art Collections, Schwerin 1988 Musée Albi, France 1987 New Dehli, cultural center Prater Gallery, Berlin Musée de Beaux Arts d´Orleans, Orleans 1986 Kulturzentrum, Buenos Aires 1985 Centre Culturel, Cherbourg, France Brandenburg Art Collections, Cottbus 1983 Europäische Fotografie (European Photography), Bugünün Avrupa,Sanat Ortami, Ankara 1982 Gallery of the Photography Association, Bucharest Gallery of the Photography Association, Timisoara 1980 Gallery der LVF, Kaunas Gallery der LVF, Vilnius 1979 Fotografie in der DDR (Photography in the GDR), Stadthalle, Cologne-Gürzenbach 1978 Rome, Centro Culturale, Italy Campen Arts, London 1976 Stadthalle, Saint Denis, France 1975 FWG, Berlin 1974 Kunstkabinett, Erfurt
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