Group Exhibition

»ZEITKOLORIT«

Neue Schule für Fotografie | Freie Klasse Eva Bertram 2021

Petra Dachtler, Jan Jeon, Gabriele Kahnert, Gunnar Krüger, Nora Kuhn, Zorana Mušikic, Nadja Rentzsch

Seven photographic positions trace the variety of colors of our time, sometimes translucent like a glaze, sometimes opaque like a new coat of paint over old layers of paint. It’s about shadows of the past in the light of the Siberian tundra that still have an impact today. About traditions that are lived and at the same time processed in a museum, like those that are difficult to escape from every year. At stake are human existences, certainties and new beginnings elsewhere, as well as a careful perception of the most species-rich group of all living beings, the insects. And questions arise, for example whether growing up can be protected and free at the same time and what happens when family memories are reinterpreted by algorithms and thus torn out of their time.

ZEITKOLORIT was curated by Eva Bertram, freelance photo artist and lecturer at the New School for Photography and the UdK Berlin. The “Freie Klasse Eva Bertram” has existed since 2013 and is a workshop format for contextualizing personal, self-selected photo projects that arise outside of school or student framework conditions.

Read more about the individual series in the exhibition handout, which you can download here (PDF, 2,5 MB), and follow Neue Schule für Fotografie on
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Framework program & upcoming events

Thursday, June 2, 2022, 6 pm
Artist Talk
Talk with all exhibiting artists & Eva Bertram. Held in German.

Saturday, June 11, 2022, 1 – 7 pm
Open House
We open our doors for you! Visit our studios and photo labs and discuss photography and school life first hand with our students, staff, and lecturers. Explore the work created in-house by our students as well as the exhibition ZEITKOLORIT with projects of the workshop “Freie Klasse Eva Bertram” at our gallery. Book an individual portfolio review with one of our members of staff (Please register beforehand at nilre1653678246b.eif1653678246argot1653678246of-el1653678246uhcs-1653678246euen@1653678246ofni1653678246, 25 EUR/30 minutes). We are looking forward to seeing you!

Sunday, June 26, 2022
Application deadline Winter Semester 2022/23
Details

May 7 — June 12, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, May 6, 7 pm
+ Framework program: please see above

Brunnenstraße 188-190, 10119 Berlin
[District: Mitte | Borough: Mitte]

Opening hours: Thu – Sun 1 – 6 pm

Admission free

+++ Please pay attention to the current Corona regulations of the respective gallery/institution. +++ Bitte beachten Sie die aktuellen Corona-Bestimmungen der jeweiligen Galerie/Institution.

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