Exhibition postponed to a later date due to delays in customs.
Ausstellung verschoben auf einen späteren Zeitpunkt durch Verzögerungen im Zoll.

Gustavo Ten Hoever
Paris- NY- Montevideo

Dritter Monat der Fotografie-OFF,Berlin

Vernissage: Do 18.10.2018, 19:00h

Weitere Veranstaltungen:

Matinee So 28.10. 12:00 – 18:00h

Ausstellungsdauer: 19.10.-28.10. 2018

Öffnungszeiten: Mi- Sa 13:00 -19:00 h

Featuring 13 chromogenic prints including one diptych , True South offers a glimpse into the artist’s extensive travels. True south, defined as the direction towards the southern end of the axis about which the earth rotates, is more poetically described by the artist as “the direction towards the other side…and the eternity of an instant” as well as a “state of mind.” The photographic images in this exhibition evoke Ten Hoever ‘s innate ability to discover and capture on film a hidden secret or story within a place he dwells. This gift comes from his patience and openness to experience on a deeper level the people and atmosphere of the places he encounters. For Ten Hoever, travel is not defined by the destination but rather the journey that he allows to unfold. Whether in Taos, Cartagena, Pueblo Garzon, the Cyclades or Cape de Creus, the artist approaches the land and its inhabitants with a striking sensitivity rare in today’s world.

Wall Street Journal: Khaki Story
Day 3: Kingsman, AZ to the Grand Canyon (AZ) to Chinle, AZ
Various landscape and portraits

Gustavo Ten Hoever was born in Uruguay, attended photography school in Montevideo, Uruguay before moving to New York in 1986. He currently resides in Paris. After an early and formative expedition to the Brazilian Amazon, he began shooting his first photo exhibit, Full Moon People, chronicling the indigenous people of this region.Ten Hoever has travelled continuously and exhibited internationally with shows in New York, Connecticut, London, Paris, Geneva, Zurich and Gstaad. His editorial work can be seen in publications around the world.

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2nd – 8th November 2018,

Vernissage: Friday 2nd November
Finissage: Thursday 8th November

Opening hours:

Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd, Wednesday 7th, Thursday 8th November
From 7pm

Performances each evening at 8pm
Free entry.

In this special solo show at PremArts, Dafne Della Dafne presents a collection of her latest song compositions and sound works, with accompanying video material, tracking her artistic interpretation of socio-economic and cultural conditions. In a landscape inhabited by changed climates, precarious living and gentrification, late capitalism’s gloom and doom is analysed in Dafne Della Dafne’s creative lab, Salon Daflon, and transformed into contemplative ruminations on how to survive and thrive in modern times.

There will be a live half-hour performance by the artist every evening.

Free entry, donations welcome.


Dafne Della Dafne is a New-Zealand born, Berlin-based musician, performer and sound artist, and one half of the artistic and curatorial duo Late Nights In Squat Bars with Shanti Suki Osman. Together they have released 2 albums of indytronic feminist songs, and organised several festivals, event series and sound installations, including 2018’s Hearing Now sound exhibition at O.T. Projektraum.


Dafne Della Dafne has founded several post-punk, alternative and indie groups in the past, as well as having a background in devised theatre. As a solo artist,

Dafne has released 2 albums and recorded dozens of idiosyncratic political electro-pop songs, some of which are featured in this exhibition. She also produces a monthly radio show of female-voiced electro and dance music for Berlin’s Freies Radio. Late Nights In Squat Bars Dafne Della Dafne Salon Daflon Calling (radio show)

Photo credit: Ilaria Biotti