19 August 2013, the honorary guests celebrate the birthday of photograpry at Renate Gruber's residence
On August 19, 1839 - 160 years ago - photography was officially anounnced.
Daguerreotype technique has been bought by French goverment as a generous gift to the world. After the law has been approved by Paris Chamber on July 30, Dominique Francois Arago described on August 19, 1839 to Paris Academy of Science the details of photographic processes of Niepce and Daguerre.
17. Juli 2013, L.Fritz Gruber Preis, University of Cologne Photocompetition
The winners of the competition will be announced and the exhibition will be opened at the premises of the Institute of Art and History of Art, Gronewaldstrasse 2, 50931 Cologne
20 March 2013, Renate Gruber contributed to the feature for the Alfred Biolek's 80th birthday
Production Ms.Maisberger, the Crew: Hendrik Fritzler, interviewer, Jan Kerhart, cameramann
19 and 23 February 2013, Man Ray und Fritz Gruber
"Eine Freundschaft zwischen Köln und Paris", feature on West ART magazine on WDR TV
19 February 2013, 22:30 - 23:10 and 23 February 2013, 08:50 - 09:30.
31 January 2013, Man Ray und Fritz Gruber
Feature "Fotokunst und Freundschaft - Die Man-Ray-Sammlung von Renate und Fritz Gruber im Museum Ludwig"
Moderated by Stefanie Junker on WDR 5 SCALA.
Freytag-Zimmer in the museum of the City of Minden
Freytag-Zimmer, displaying the history of Freytag family of L. Fritz Gruber friend Charles Fraser, is part of permanent exhibition in Mindener Museum, Minden/DE. Due to the reconstruction in Minden, Freytag-Zimmer can now be seen in the "Rheinische Textilmuseum" in the City of Rattingen/DE as a part of Cromford Manor House.
Several photographs made by LFG can be seen there
PATRIMONIA is a periodical published by the German federal "Kulturstiftung der Länder". Volume 364 is published on the occasion of the acquisition of Grubers' Man Ray Collection by Museum Ludwig. Prof. Georg Quander, Dr. Philip Kaiser and Prof. Dr. Bodo von Dewitz contributed to the publication. Interwiew with Renate Gruber closes the volume.
Copies of PATRIMONIA can be ordered here