Kaiserin Magazine Exhibition, photo by Aleksandar Todorovic

The Paris-based art magazine Kaiserin describes itself as a magazine for boys with problems. I assume they mean gay men, especially if I take the many pictures of naked gentlemen into account. The recent release of their 5th issue is accompanied by an exhibition at the Exile gallery in Kreuzberg which is prove that art for/from gay men does not neccessarily have to involve nudity. The exhibition showcases photographs and installations with very mixed styles, ranging from graphical to documentary. I do get a little Wolfgang Tillmans feeling when I look at it. More impressions and details after the jump.

Kaiserin Magazine Exhibition at Exile

Kaiserin Magazine Exhibition at Exile

Kaiserin Magazine Exhibition at Exile

Hors Les Murs

Al Baltrop, Ariel Kenig, Arnaud-Pierre Fourtané, Bertrand Le Pluard, Brandon Herman, Cyril Sancereau, Didier Fitan, Éric Stephany, Gio Black Peter, Grant Willing, Guillaume Greff, James J. Williams III, Jared Buckhiester, Joseph Earlwyn Covington, Liesbeth de Fossé, Nicklas Hultman, Oliver Laric, Santiago Reyes, Slava Mogutin, Vier5



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