»Stadt.Raum.Porträt. / City.Space.Portrait.«
Photographic Positions of the University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld.
Curated by Emanuel Raab & Kirsten Wagner (FH Bielefeld). With works by:
Georg Barbe, Johanna Baschke, Mara Engelsberger, Jakob Ganslmeier, Lukas Heibges, Maren Katerbau, Ennia Meyer, Kyrill Starodubskij
From 22 June to 22 July 2018, the aff Galerie Berlin presents selected works by Bielefeld based students of photography. The exhibition project leads back to a photographic exploration of Berlin, in which the city as an architectural space, social action space and space of representation was examined. The eight assembled positions have their focus on the facades and structures of architecture, but also narrate something about the actors of the urban, who adapt the urban green spaces in different ways. They show mythical places in the city and search for the material overruns of Nazi symbols. In addition, they explore museological practices of the representation of nature in the urban context.
With works by Georg Barbe, Johanna Baschke, Mara Engelsberger, Jakob Ganslmeier, Lukas Heibges, Maren Katerbau, Ennia Meyer and Kyrill Starodubskij.
The aff Galerie in Berlin is a non-commercial photography gallery run by a community of photographers. It sees itself as a platform for leading contemporary photography, where up-and-coming artists are regularly presented. Due to its noncommercial orientation, it is independent of commercial and fashion trends in photography and free in the choice and curation of its exhibitions. These are supervised and co-designed by members of the aff Galerie as well as by well-known freelance curators.
June 23 — July 22, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, June 22, 7 pm
Guided Tour by Lukas Heibges: Sat, July 7, 3 – 6 pm
Kochhannstraße 14, 10249 Berlin
[Friedrichshain | Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg]
Opening hours: Sat & Sun 3 – 6 pm
Current photography exhibitions/events recommended in…
Photography exhibitions/events in…
PiB’s current print issue
PiB Guide Nº47
Discover great photography exhibitions/events in Berlin in PiB’s bi-monthly print issue, the PiB Guide. The PiB Guide Nº47 MAR/APR 2022 has been published as a booklet, A6 format · 48 pages · English & German · worldwide shipping.
You'd like to publish something in the forthcoming PiB Guide Nº48 MAY/JUNE 2023? The printing deadline is Saturday, April 15th, 2023.
PiB Online Features (= comprising a Website Feature + eNewsletter Feature + Social Media Posts) are possible anytime. PiB’s weekly eNewsletter is usually sent out on Tuesdays – for inclusion in there please send us your materials until Thursday (6 pm) the week before.
☞ For additional infos please have a look at PiB’s media kit, and feel free to inquire about the current advertising prices.
Möchtest du etwas im kommenden PiB Guide Nº48 MAY/JUNE 2023 veröffentlichen? Druckschluss ist Samstag, der 15. April 2023.
PiB Online-Features (= bestehend aus Website-Feature + eNewsletter-Feature + Social Media Posts) sind jederzeit möglich. PiBs wöchentlicher eNewsletter wird in der Regel dienstags versendet – für die Aufnahme darin senden Sie uns Ihr Material bitte bis spätestens Donnerstag (18 Uhr) der Vorwoche.
☞ Für weitere Informationen wirf bitte einen Blick in das Mediakit von PiB und frag gerne nach den aktuellen Anzeigenpreisen.