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After an apprenticeship in stonemasonry, they studied sculpture, painting and photography at University Siegen and graduated in 2017 from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. Tilo&Toni received the art award of Siegen in 2012 and 2014, as well as the fotopub prize in 2015. They were selected for plat(t)form Winterthur, Steenbergen Stipendium in 2017 and the European Photography Award in 2016. Their work has been exhibited for example at Kunstraum Düsseldorf, De; Fondazione Fotografia Modena; Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen, Kunstverein Malkasten Düsseldorf, Kid Kibla Maribor, Unseen Amsterdam, Punt WG and Studio 47 Amsterdam, Nederlandse Fotomuseum Rotterdam, Saar Galerie Saarbrücken, Metronom Gallery Modena, Kunstpalast Düsseldorf, HGB Galerie Leipzig, Photo London, Thames-Side Studios London, Interfood Aachen, NAK Aachen. In 2016 Tilo&Toni launched their first artist book „U Cant Touch This“ at MoMA PS1 together with Skinnerboox.

Tilo und Toni grüssen aus Oberkirch und Lützellinden

Wood meets wallpaper meets water meets shadow meets failure meets layers meets Reklame meets Tilo&Toni meets towel meets Sugimoto meets Ekblad meets scanner meets de Keyser meets horizon meets Fürst-Pückler-Schnitte.

Daniel V. Keller


Daniel V. Keller lives and works in London and Zürich. He graduated from the Ceramic Design Class in Bern/CH (2009) and the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam/NL (2012) and is currently in the MFA program at Goldsmith’s University in London. He is member of the music collective Circumstances. Selected recent solo exhibitions include Container and Decay, High Gallery Poznan, A piece of cake ZQM, Berlin, Privacy Settings, Stadtgalerie Bern, Super Natural, Mikro Zürich, Attractions, SIGNAL Brooklyn NY, Rear Views, P/////AKT Amsterdam.

Caressing Glossy Surfaces

Traces on soaked paper made me wonder how a movement can become shape or manifest itself in a material. Or in this case, the very digital representation of such. Smudge the paste between fingers to change its rigidity. Drag the roll to create a space.