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Albert Weis: »philharmonie (nord)«, 2015 (detail)
© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018

Utopian programs and spacial visualization of the modern and postwar modern in the 20th century are the focus of Albert Weis’s Work. The Architects Bruno Taut (1880-1938) und Hans Scharoun (1893-1972) significantly shaped the identity of Berlin with their work. Weis shows their architecture, such as the Berliner Philharmonie by Scharoun (1960-1963) and the residential area Onkel Toms Hütte by Taut (1926-1931), from an unusual perspective. His photographs and paper works don’t reproduce the buldings, but rather explore their architectural language. Weis approaches his theme with the view of a sculptor, his photographs laying open the sculptural qualities of the architectural details.

Albert Weis (*1969 in Passau) studied sculpture at the academy for visual arts in Munich. He was awarded with numerous prizes and scholarships. Artist residencies led him to Paris, Los Angeles und Dublin. He lives and works in Berlin.

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Kunsthaus Dahlem
Käuzchensteig 8, 14195 Berlin

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