»THE HEAVENS. ANNUAL REPORT«
Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti
Is that what tax havens really look like? The multitude of articles and reports on this controversial subject are usually illustrated with images of palm-fringed tropical beaches. They obscure the fact that more than half of world trade is nowadays handled through these places. Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti take us on a tour into a rarely seen, secretive world that is quite different from what we imagine.
Opening Reception: Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 7 pm
Admission: Entrance fee
Sunday, April 22, 2018, 2 pm
Curator’s Guided Tour
Held in English & German.
With Katharina Mouratidi.
Admission: Entrance fee plus 5 €.
Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 7 pm
Artist Talk with Paolo Woods
Held in English.
Admission: 5/3 €.
In the framework of the exhibition photographer Paolo Woods gives a personal insight into the development of the project.
Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 7 pm
FOTO-TALK: ON THE COUCH
Held in German.
With Tobias Laukemper (Independant Photo Editor & Co-Initiator of FOTOTREFF Berlin), and Kai Löffelbein (Photographer).
Admission: 5/3 €. Supported by The European Social Fonds (ESF) and the City of Berlin.
Kai Löffelbein has been successfully working as a freelance photographer for many years. He realizes with the help of prizes and scholarships his own photographic projects. His new book “CTRL-X” will soon be published by Editorial Steidl. Löffelbein photographs for NGOs, accepts editorial assignments and collaborates frequently with journalists and authors. His work reflects his interest in the ways political and economic structures shape modern society.
Tobias Laukemper talks with Kai Löffelbein about the various and diverse aspects of his work as well as his strategies to be successful as a photographer.
Preview / upcoming exhibition:
Robin Hammond | »Where Love is Illegal«. Opening Reception: June 21, 2018.
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