»MENSCH ARNO, SIEHSTE …!«
Commemorative exhibition of Arno Fischer’s master students on the 10th anniversary of his death.
September 13 marks the tenth anniversary of Arno Fischer’s death. 53 of his former students have come together and organized the exhibition »Mensch Arno, siehste …!« in his honor. They will exhibit their own works, which were either discussed in the master classes or which they would have liked to show to Arno Fischer. At this celebration of photography, pictures, texts and anecdotes from the classes will also be presented under the motto »Moments with Arno«. Arno himself will have his say in the documentary »Arno Fischer – Leben im Bild« (Arno Fischer – Life in Pictures) by Thomas Martin and Hannes Gieseler from 2008, in which he shines as a tireless image maker.
Arno Fischer (1927-2011) was not only one of the most important photographers in Germany, but for a long time also one of the most significant teachers of photography. At the Treptow Ateliers in Berlin, Arno Fischer is honored above all as a teacher and mentor – after all, it was his ability to engage with an almost unlimited spectrum of the most diverse subjects and pictorial worlds. As a teacher and professor in Berlin, Leipzig and Dortmund, he sharpened the eye of several generations of students.
The exhibiting photographers:
Oliver Abraham, Anna Arendt, Verena Berg, Antje Berghäuser, Sabine von Breunig, Eva Brunner, Kathrin Brunnhofer, Aenne Burghardt, Michele Caliari, Mischa Christen, Patrick Desbrosses, Sarah Diekmann, Thekla Ehling, Olle Fischer, Axel Gehrke, Cordula Giese, Anne Guillin, Lin Haas, Anne Helmer, Lisa Hörterer, Irinadabo, Alexander Janetzko, M. Kardinal, Monika Keiler, Tanja Kernweiss, Kerstin Koletzki, Birgit Krause, Tobias Kruse, Wiebke Loeper, Amélie Losier, Thomas Meyer, Heike Niemeier, Birgit Nitsch, George Papacharalambus, Piotr Pietrus, Uta Protzmann, Daniel Sadrowski, Judith Schenk, Arno Schidlowski, Christoph Schieder, Hinrik Schmoock, Ina Schröder, Eric Schütt, Anne Schwalbe, Mirjam Siefert, Jens Sundheim, Anna Thiele, Thomas Tiltmann, Dagmar Tränkle, Luca Vecoli, Constanze Vielgosz, Anja Weber, Nicole Woischwill
Friday, Sep 10, 2021, 4 – 9 pm
6 pm: Opening remarks (in German) by Thomas Tiltmann (Master class student Arno Fischer) and Prof. Wiebke Loeper (FH Potsdam)
Saturday, Sep 11, 2021, 4:30 – 6 pm
Round table (held in German) »Mensch Arno, siehste …!« Reminiscences of Arno Fischer with companions:
- Norbert Bunge (founder and director of argus fotokunst gallery)
- Bernd Heise (Director Leonhardi-Museum Dresden)
- Werner Mahler (Ostkreuz agency and director of the Ostkreuz School of Photography)
- Thomas Martin (director, playwright)
- Hannes Gieseler (cameraman)
- Andreas Rost (photographer, curator)
The talk is hosted by Jens Pepper.
Monday, Sep 13, 2021, 4 – 9 pm
Current Corona protections apply, namely the 3G rule. Please bring a daily updated Corona test or vaccination certificate or proof of recovery to visit the exhibition. Current hygiene regulations apply: FFP2 mask and at least 1.5m distance.
Sep 11 — 13, 2021
Opening Reception: Friday, Sep 10, 4 – 9 pm
+ Framework program: please see above
Rathenauhallen, Wilhelminenhofstr. 83-85, 12459 Berlin
[District: Oberschöneweide | Borough: Treptow-Köpenick]
Opening hours (for this exhibition): 2 – 8 pm
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