Julian, Author at Galerie Julian Sander

Xu Yong – The Studio International Interview

Xu Yong interview | Beijing | 30 May 2016 from studio international on Vimeo.

The Feroz Paper will live on

So as my first installment of the Staff Favorites post category I though I would write a few words about the Feroz Paper.  My original idea when conceiving this paper was to create a solid chunk of information for the collectors and museums people who came by my stand at Paris Photo 2014. I asked a number of people to write for it, and had the fantastic Jory Hull do the graphics for me. What came of it was a whole different way to pass on information. As the gallery name is changing I discussed with my assistant director Marina if she would be interested in keeping the paper going. ANd I am happy to say she said yes! So in the coming Paris Photo we will be offering the second run of the Feroz Paper under the same name. Look out for it.
Feb 22

Spring Auctions in New York City

I am delighted to say that there will be a wonderful vintage print by August Sander coming up at Sothebys this spring. It is an image of Heinrich Hoerle whoc was a close friend and artistic colleague of August Sander in the 1920-30’s. I am particularly happy to see that the estimate is much closer to what I believe is the proper place for August Sanders vintage exhibition prints. The little known fact is that there really are not all that many of these prints done by August out there. And of those that there are even fewer are available on market. This will be an exciting sale for sure.
Oct 24

Paris Photo 13-17 November 2013 Grand Palais

Please come and visit FEROZ at Paris Photo stand C2 FEROZ Galerie presents an extraordinary program at Paris Photo, with rare vintage photographs by August Sander, as well as a choice selection of works from our inventory.  We also include in our exhibition the work of master contemporary artists Sean Hemmerle, Jory Hull, Michael Somoroff and we are very pleased to introduce the photographic work of Clark & Joan Worswick and the Estate of Ben Somoroff. (Links for Press Releases below)  August Sander: Rare Vintage Photographs We feature a solo exhibition of rare vintage works including the highly sought after Konditormeister, 1928 and many other iconic portraits. We are also pleased to announce August Sander Zyklus, our forthcoming series of exhibitions, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the artist’s death. We begin this series with Antlitz der Zeit (Faces of Our Time), regarded by Sander as a preview of Menschen des 20. Jahrhundert (People of the 20th Century), and continue with each of the seven groups as defined by the artist, offering visitors the chance to experience the artist’s work in-depth. These eight exhibitions will be on display in the FEROZ Galerie in Bonn from 24 January 2014 until 24 December 2014. Jory Hull: My Mind is Racing A […]
Oct 11

Handelsblatt on August Sander

In the weekend edition of Handelsblatt is an article on August Sander vintage prints, a pdf of the article can be downloaded here: Handelsblatt  
Oct 09

Solitary Structures exhibition continues

Due to popular demand we have extended the Solitary Structures exhibition. We will have a selection of works on view in the Galerie through 29 November. PDFs of some of the news coverage for this exhibition can be accessed here: Rhein-Zeitung, General-Anzeiger, General-Anzeiger (2), and General-Anzeiger Online  
Sep 13

Wall Street Journal on William Christenberry

(C)2013 Gerd Sander Today the Wall Street Journal released an article they have been writing about the Portfolio “Ten Southern Photographs” by William Christenberry.  This Portfolio was part of the exhibition “Southern Dialogue” in the Feroz Galerie. It is a wonderful article, which I suggest you read if you are interested in William Christenberry, and also if you would like to know a little about how I grew up in the art business.  —JS The article is here: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324591204579036782763486094.html    
Aug 30

Sean Hemmerle Interview by miss HalliGalli

Sean Hemmerle im Interview © Miguel Marqueta Der amerikanische Architektur- und Landschaftsfotograf Sean Hemmerle startet im September eine neue Ausstellung in Bonn. missHalliGalli hat ihn in seinem alten Studio in SoHo, NYC, getroffen und mit ihm über kreative Einflüsse, neue Projekte und sein persönliches 9/11 gesprochen. Steckbrief eines Fotografen Erste Kamera: Minolta X-700 Kameras, die ich heute benutze: Mamiya 7, Canon 5d Mk III, Canon G12, Nikon D5000 Lieblingsmotiv in NYC: Archtiektur und die Straße Lieblingsmotiv in Europa: Archtiektur und die Straße Die beste Tageszeit, das beste Licht zum Fotografieren: Die Stunden der Dämmerung Was muss ein Objekt haben, damit Sie es fotografieren wollen? Gutes Licht. Was inspiriert Sie? Großartiges Licht. First camera I bought: Minolta X-700 Cameras I use today: Mamiya 7, Canon 5d Mk III, Canon G12, Nikon D5000 The motive I like most in NYC: Architecture and Street The motive I like most in Europe: Architecture and Street The best time and light of the day to photograph: The Gloaming Hours What does an object need, that you want to take a picture of it? Good light. What inspires you? Great light. Das Wer, das Warum, das Wie und das Was missHalliGalli (mHG): Warum wurden Sie Fotograf? — Why have […]
May 31

Sean Hemmerle awarded a grant from the prestigious Graham Foundation

Photographer Sean Hemmerle has been awarded a grant from the Graham Foundation in Chicago for his collaborative project with designer William Watson, “Brutal Legacy: Paul Rudolph’s Orange County Government Center” documenting a twentieth century architectural masterwork located in Goshen, New York. More information is available on the Foundation website www.grahamfoundation.org and also in the Wall Street Journal.
May 23

When news become art – revisited

  I debate whether to be resigned or upset or just plain cancel my subscription… please read my previous article about the above image.  —JS
Mar 28

Jory Hull to be in Ruhe Störung Exhibition

Dr.-Ing Thomas Schriefers, who is curating the upcoming exhibition “Ruhe Störung” to be shown in both the Kunstmuseum Ahlen and the Marta Herford Museum at the same time, has selected the project “Twin Infinitives” to be included in the show. The exhibition is due to open in September. We will post updates as we have them. —JS
Mar 22

Photographs from the Michael Somoroff opening

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Mar 14

Jory Hull Interview in Photo Masterskaya

Where are you from? New York City. Where were you born and educated? I was born in New Hampshire, USA. I have lived all over America and studied design at a few art schools in the USA, but I am a college dropout. Why did you dropout colleges? You didn’t like the process of education at all? It was a different time than now- I had a good portfolio and a job lined up at the time. I was very self motivated and I learned as much on my own as I did in school. With Art school, it is of course more about the work you have done and not the grades you get that will get you places.  How have you become photographer? Are you a designer too? I am a painter mostly, and I approach photography more like painting, I suppose.  I like to look at it more like abstract, subjective art. My day job is working in design. I direct commercials and films too. Why do love living in New York? Why not other cities, cause you said that you lived all over America. I live in NYC at the moment but I may not for very much […]
Mar 10

Paris Photo LA 2013

It is with great pleasure that we announce our participation in the premier edition of Paris Photo Los Angeles.  The fair will host some of the greatest galleries in the photography world including Howard Greenberg, Fraenkel Gallery and Gagosian Gallery.  We are very excited to be part of this new west coast adventure and hope to see many of you there. We will be showing new work by Jory Hull from his project Flyover State and works from the Rust Belt Project by Sean Hemmerle.  Also on display will be the Ten Southern Photographs, a portfolio of vintage dye transfer prints by William Christenberry, these prints have been in storage since their printing.  Of course we will have many other fantastic works on display from the galerie inventory. —JS