I would like to think that everyone enjoys watching a good documentary. I know I do. And then for an extra treat, watching a good documentary in an IMAX theatre. That enormous screen, the sound engulfing you, the sensation of almost being transported into the world these
As we spiral up the exponential tornado of technology, living ever closer with our little A.I. counterparts (yes I mean mobile devices), so does our creative expression more and more share this space with the advances in technology. Now unless you have been living in a cave for the
As with music, so with art and photography, I like to go on little journeys of discovery on the internet to find new artists that excite me. As with most things on the internet, this can bring both frustration – being tricked by some clever SEO keywords (the searchable terms hidden
Scrolling through my Instagram today, I came across the charismatic Hamburg based photographer / director Ben Bernschneider who I once had the pleasure of meeting many years ago. I occasionally check in on what projects he is working on and well, he brought 2 interesting
In August this year Moritz, my friend and CEO here at dolffs teased us with a surprise he had planned for after the weekend. He kept the whole affair a secret, and I am glad he did. You know when you see an outstanding film with having seen a trailer or having heard anything about […]
We are very proud to now showcase our Autumn 2016 collection. We also have some very exciting new works coming in the next few days, and on top of that some very exciting new artists too that have joined us. Christmas has come early.
I never thought I would quote (not in verbatim) the bible here, but I find Proverbs 16:27 rather applicable in a poetic way when thinking of the myriad of surreal scenes created by, and always adorned with, the distinctly tattooed hands of our very own Romo Jack. He is surely the antonym of that verse.
One can be forgiven for mistaking this swirling masterpiece for a close-up crop from Edvard Munch, or perhaps a Kandinsky detail. But in actual fact it is a photo taken of Jupiter by an unsung hero in landscape photography, Voyager 1.
Like bees in a hive, we have been very busy for the last months updating, revamping and styling our new website. By the time you see this, it will be up and running. Apart from that we have moved into our new office in Berlin and soon our showroom will be open to appointments.
As always we like to share our exhibition experiences with you. And this one really deserves a special mention. A few weeks ago Moritz, „M“ and I had to privilege to experience Nick Brandt’s new exhibition entitled „Inherit the Dust“ here in our home town of Berlin.