About Bruno Ganz 22/03/1941 – 16/02/2019

There has never been an actor like Bruno Ganz. No one would come remotely to mind, if you’d be looking for a comparison. Who else could have enacted both a guardian angel and Adolf Hitler? That’s easily said, you think? Well, just try to imagine the … Continued

Same Player Shoots Again 1967

A Walking Shadow

From February 13th until April 6th 2019, Blain|Southern Berlin will be showing the group show A Walking Shadow with works from Wim Wenders, Bill Viola, Amy Siegel, Mark Lewis und Owen Kydd. A Walking Shadow is an exhibition that brings together five artists … Continued

5th annual presentation of the Wim Wenders Grant in Düsseldorf

This evening, Film- und Medienstiftung NRW and the Wim Wenders Stiftungcelebrated a little milestone together at the Filmwerkstatt Düsseldorf: for the fifth year in a row the two foundations jointly presented the winners of the Wim Wenders Grant. The grant programme, endowed with a … Continued

Summer 2018

Polaroids, Pinball Machines, Pool Tables Polaroids are related to watercolors, they are closer to painting than to photography. For me and many others, Polaroids were an extension of painting. I like the fact that there’s no negative – just the … Continued

Instant Stories: Wim Wenders’ Polaroids

On Friday July 6th, from 7pm C/O Berlin is celebrating the big opening of the exhibition Instant Stories: Wim Wenders’ Polaroids. The exhibition, realized in cooperation with the Wim Wenders Stiftung and The Photographers’ Gallery in London, presents a selection of approximately 240 polaroids from the … Continued