Workshop PERFORMING FOR THE CAMERA

Accompanying programme to the exhibition LIKE A WHIRLWIND.

To perform for the camera is a fundamental part of queer representation and plays a central role when it comes to staging, documenting, and experimenting around concepts of identity. For the two Norwegian photographers Marie Høeg and Bolette Berg, photography was more than a technique; it was a safe space that created an intimate public sphere. In this workshop, we aim to explore how we can use the camera to investigate various forms of gendered identity and whether we can still be inspired by Marie and Bolette. The goal is for each workshop participant to develop and execute their own ideas towards a final performance in front of the camera that results in images that reflect their personal relation to gendered identity.

This workshop main intent is to create safe spaces for queer, transgender and gender-fluid (young) adults and also for (young) adults who are curios to photography, and the idea of performing for the camera. The workshop is meant to be a meeting place to be curious and reflect on gender identity and gender roles as well as an opportunity to express oneself through creativity.

The workshop PERFORMING FOR THE CAMERA at f³ – freiraum für fotografie is part of an ongoing collaboration between the photographer Paulina Tamara and Preus museum, which is Norway’s National Museum of Photography. The work produced will be presented in an upcoming exhibition in Norway.

The lecturers:
Paulina Tamara (CL/NO) is an artist based in Norway who holds an MFA Photography from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), London. She mainly works with photography and ideas concerning gendercreativity, (queer) culture and performing for the camera. Her attention is in the space between femininity and masculinity. Paulina has an ever-going-and-growing archival project where she portraits the queer community in Norway for the series called The Others. She has lately also moved towards a performative practice exploring gender roles and sexuality.

Paal Henrik Ekern (NO) holds an MFA in photography from Valand Academy at the University of Gothenburg and has previously worked as an independent artist and curator. He currently works as a diversity curator, educator, producer, and project coordinator for Preus museum which is Norway’s National Museum of Photography. In his work he manages the museums outreach projects which focuses on collecting and exhibiting contemporary documentation through workshops. The workshops often commissions artists to lead the projects together with the museum and the work produced are always created in close collaboration with the participants.

Dates: 4. – 6. July 2024
Time: 4 – 8 pm
Participants: max. 10 (young) adults, that want to explore gender indentity trough photography
Place: f³ – freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstraße 17, 10179 Berlin
Cost: Admission is free
Language: English
Registration: Please do send a short email, with your background and motivation for participation to: crosato@fhochdrei.org

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Supported by:

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Image: @ Paulina Tamara

GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS – BERLIN PRIDE SPECIAL | LIKE A WHIRLWIND

The GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS takes place as part of the exhibition LIKE A WHIRLWIND – The Gender Plays by Marie Høeg & Bolette Berg and on the occasion of PRIDE MONTH BERLIN 2024.

Katharina Mouratidi, Artistic Director and Curator of f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will give you exclusive insights into the exhibition over a glass of wine or a non-alcoholic drink.

Admission 17 € | 12 € (incl. drink). The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket.

All other accompanying events can be found here.

Image: Berg & Høeg, »Water Scene«. Marie Høeg and Bolette Berg in a rowing boat in the studio, 1895–1903 © Collection of Preus Museum

GUIDED TOUR | LIKE A WHIRLWIND

The GUIDED TOUR takes place as part of the exhibition LIKE A WHIRLWIND – The Gender Plays by Marie Høeg & Bolette Berg.

Every first Sunday of the month we will guide you through the exhibition and provide you with background information on the individual exhibits and on f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 9 € | 6 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket.

All other accompanying events can be found here.

Image: Berg & Høeg, »Water Scene«. Marie Høeg and Bolette Berg in a rowing boat in the studio, 1895–1903 © Collection of Preus Museum

GUIDED TOUR | LIKE A WHIRLWIND

The GUIDED TOUR takes place as part of the exhibition LIKE A WHIRLWIND – The Gender Plays by Marie Høeg & Bolette Berg.

Every first Sunday of the month we will guide you through the exhibition and provide you with background information on the individual exhibits and on f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 9 € | 6 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket.

The next GUIDED TOUR will take place on Sunday, August 4, 2024 at 11 am. All other accompanying events can be found here.

Image: Berg & Høeg, »Water Scene«. Marie Høeg and Bolette Berg in a rowing boat in the studio, 1895–1903 © Collection of Preus Museum

OPENING | LIKE A WHIRLWIND – The Gender Plays by Marie Høeg & Bolette Berg

We cordially invite you to the opening of our new exhibition LIKE A WHIRLWIND – The Gender Plays by Marie Høeg & Bolette Berg.

Greeting: Else Kveinen, Counsellor of the Royal Norwegian Embassy, Berlin

Speakers: Cecile Øien, Director Preus Museum and Kristin Aasbø, Head of the Photography Collection Preus Museum.

We look forward to seeing you there, admission is free!

In cooperation with:

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Supported by:

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All accompanying events can be found here.

Image: Berg & Høeg, »Water Scene«. Marie Høeg and Bolette Berg in a rowing boat in the studio, 1895–1903 © Collection of Preus Museum

Portfolio-Review Rich and Famous 2024

The Portfolio Review RICH AND FAMOUS 2024 gives photographers and photo artists from Berlin the opportunity to present their work to renowned experts from magazines, exhibition institutions and galleries in 20-minute one-to-one talks. The portfolio review is an ideal opportunity to make your work known to decision-makers in the industry, make new professional contacts, expand your own networks and exchange ideas with nice colleagues.

Cost for three 20-minute appointments: 50 Euro!
The programme is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the City of Berlin. Therefore, only photographers and photo artists from Berlin can participate.


VENUE: 
f³–freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstraße 17, 10179 Berlin
PARTICIPATION FEE: 50 Euro for three 20-minute appointments
APPLICATION: You can only apply via the application form. You can select up to four of your preferred reviewers. We will try to take your wishes into account when allocating the dates, but cannot guarantee interviews with all the experts you have selected.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 3 May 2024, 23:59 hrs

You can download more information about the reviewers here.
We are looking forward to you and to an exciting day!

FOTO-TALK »Behind the Scenes« with Ingo Taubhorn

In a relaxed atmosphere, Ingo Taubhorn provides insights into the work of one of the most important institutions for photography in Europe. He gives tips on cooperating with museums and exhibition venues and reveals the requirements that photographic works must meet in order to be shown in exhibitions.

All Berlin photographers can take part. Admission is free, but registration is required: https://gfhf.eu/bewerbung-workshops-rich-and-famous/

Ingo Taubhorn is one of Germany’s most influential exhibition organizers. After studying visual communication at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, he began working as a freelance curator for Galerie F.C. Gundlach, Hamburg, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Pat Hearn Gallery, New York and Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, Berlin in 1988. In 2001 and 2022 he was a member of the competence team for the founding of the House of Photography in Hamburg. From 2003 to 2023 he was chief curator of the house in the Deichtorhallen Hamburg. Ingo Taubhorn has been President of the German Photographic Academy since 2010 and Deputy Spokesman of the German Photo Council in the German Cultural Council since 2022.

The event is sponsored by:

FOTO-TALK »Photography and Activism«

Accompanying event to the exhibition BLACK IN BERLIN (Duration: February 23 – March 10, 2024).

Discussions about images often focus on the surplus, the so-called flood of images or, in contrast, the lack of images. Both modes of perception are linked to the question of who and what is represented and how is visibility created? The potentials of polarization, disruption and empowerment so often used in art influence the self-assurance of individual and collective identity.

Is there an urgent need today for a photographic authorship that sees itself as an activist in its self-positioning? To what extent can photography break through stereotypes and power relations in visual representation?

Together we will discuss the search for “missing” or “misleading” images of Black people and People of Color (PoC), and the role that photographers within and outside the Black community can play here.

In discussion: Yero Adugna Eticha (Photographer) and Benjamin Füglister (Chairman CAP Association | Executing African Photography Projects). Moderation: Ivy Nortey (Journalist).

Free admission!

Image: © Yero Adugna Eticha

Supported by:

Opening: Black in Berlin

We cordially invite you to the opening of our new exhibition BLACK IN BERLIN (February 23 – March 10, 2024)!

Speaking: Miriam Zlobinski, Curator f³ – freiraum für fotografie and Yero Adugna Eticha, photographer.

We look forward to seeing you there – admission is free!

Image: NOELLA MBOMB © Yero Adugna Eticha

Additional date: Ruth Orkin – Women | Guided Tour

Accompanying event to the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN.

Katharina Mouratidi, Artistic Director of f³ – freiraum für fotografie and curator, will guide you through the exhibition for the last time.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

You can view all other accompanying events here.

Image: Katharina Mouratidi © Alina Simmelbauer

GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS | A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation

Event accompanying the exhibition A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation.

On May 15, 2024 at 7 pm, Katharina Mouratidi, Artistic Director f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will guide you through the exhibition over a glass of wine or a non-alcoholic drink.

Admission: 17 € | 12 € (including drink). The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

All other accompanying events can be found here.

Photo: Katharina Mouratidi © Alina Simmelbauer

GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS | A DAY OFF – AN EXHIBITION OF THE F.C. GUNDLACH FOUNDATION

Event accompanying the exhibition A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation.

On April 17, 2024 at 7 pm, Katharina Mouratidi, Artistic Director of f³ – freiraum für fotografie and Miriam Zlobinski, Curator of f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will guide you through the exhibition over a glass of wine or a non-alcoholic drink.

Admission: 17 € | 12 € (including drink). The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

All other accompanying events can be found here.

Photo: Visitors of the exhibition © Alina Simmelbauer

GUIDED TOUR | A DAY OFF – AN EXHIBITION OF THE F.C. GUNDLACH FOUNDATION

Event accompanying the exhibition A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation.

Every first Sunday of the month, Miriam Zlobinski, Curator of f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will guide you through the exhibition and provide you with knowledgeable background information on the individual exhibits.

Admission 9 € | 6 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

You can view all other accompanying events here.

Photo: © Alina Simmelbauer

GUIDED TOUR | A DAY OFF – AN EXHIBITION OF THE F.C. GUNDLACH FOUNDATION

Event accompanying the exhibition A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation.

Every first Sunday of the month, Miriam Zlobinski, Curator of f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will guide you through the exhibition and provide you with knowledgeable background information on the individual exhibits.

Admission 9 € | 6 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

You can view all other accompanying events here.

Photo: © Alina Simmelbauer

GUIDED TOUR | A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation

Event accompanying the exhibition A DAY OFF – An exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation.

Every first Sunday of the month, Miriam Zlobinski, Curator of f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will guide you through the exhibition and provide you with knowledgeable background information on the individual exhibits.

Admission  9 € | 6 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

You can view all other accompanying events here.

Photo: © Alina Simmelbauer

OPENING | A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation

We cordially invite you to the opening of A DAY OFF – An Exhibition of the F.C. Gundlach Foundation!

Speaking: Katharina Mouratidi (Artistic Director f³ – freiraum für fotografie), Natalja Aljasova (Curator) and Franziska Mecklenburg (F.C. Gundlach Foundation)

We look forward to seeing you there – admission is free!

All accompanying events can be found here.

In cooperation with:

Photo: Fish and Chips with the Queen, London 2018 © Esther Haase [F.C. Gundlach Collection, F.C. Gundlach Foundation + House of Photography, Deichtorhallen Hamburg]

FOTO-FILM: The Women

Accompanying event to the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN.

An elegantly staged comedy with humour, bitter irony and cynicism about the lives of upper-class women in Manhattan, with an all-female cast.

USA, 1939, 130 min., with Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell, among others. Directed by George Cukor.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

FOTO-FILM: The Women

Accompanying event to the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN.

An elegantly staged comedy with humour, bitter irony and cynicism about the lives of upper-class women in Manhattan, with an all-female cast.

USA, 1939, 130 min., with Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell, among others. Directed by George Cukor.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

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RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN | GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS

Accompanying event to the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN.

Over a glass of wine or a non-alcoholic drink, the exhibition curators Nadine Barth (@barthouseprojects) and Katharina Mouratidi (Artistic Director f³ – freiraum für fotografie) will give you an exclusive insight into the development of the project, the wrk with the Ruth Orkin Photo Archive and the unique work of the photographer Ruth Orkin.

Admission: 15 € | reduced 10 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

All other events can be viewed here.

Image: Nadine Barth (left) and Katharina Mouratidi © Alina Simmelbauer

RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN | GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS

Accompanying event to the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN.

Over a glass of wine or a non-alcoholic drink, the exhibition curators Nadine Barth (@barthouseprojects) and Katharina Mouratidi (Artistic Director f³ – freiraum für fotografie) will give you an exclusive insight into the development of the project, the wrk with the Ruth Orkin Photo Archive and the unique work of the photographer Ruth Orkin.

Admission: 15 € | reduced 10 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

The next GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS will take place on Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at 7 pm.

All other events can be viewed here.

Image: Nadine Barth (left) and Katharina Mouratidi © Alina Simmelbauer

SALON REVUE: Collective Gaps in the Gaze

At regular intervals, Salon ReVue gives a space to current and relevant topics from ReVue magazine. New scientific findings and perspectives, innovative ideas and, of course, photography and questions of perception characterize the evening. Representatives of the practice enter into dialogue with scientists and exchange ideas with the audience. Thus, the evening is a joint walk between the disciplines.

On Monday, December 11, 2023, we are looking forward to an exciting evening on the topic of »Collective Gaps in the Gaze« with philosopher Mara Recklies, photographer Julius Matuschik and photographer Shirin Abedi.

How do cultural perspectives and prejudices influence our perception of stories? How does photography steer? Our individual, cultural backgrounds form perspectives through which we view and understand information differently, leading to a variety of interpretations. Where are the gaps in our collective vision? How can visual stereotypes be broken down? It’s about new images, new ideas, diverse approaches – a different narrative.

Mara Recklies combines philosophy and design theory in her research and is a research assistant at the Department of Design Science at Burg Giebichtenstein University of Art and Design Halle. Her research focuses on (design) criticism, interventions and resistant practices.

In addition to his work as a photographer, Julius Matuschik works for the Cameo Collective in socio-cultural projects of cultural and political education. As a photojournalist, he focuses on combining approaches of transcultural and constructive journalism with new narratives of digital visual storytelling.

Shirin Abedi works as a photographer. She emigrated from Tehran to Germany at the age of seven. Since then she has lived between two cultures. She combines her interest in photojournalism with the reflection of narratives and stereotypes.

Admission: 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

Photo: © Shirin Abedi

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RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN | GUIDED TOUR

Accompanying event to the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN.

Every first Sunday of the month we will guide you through our current exhibition and take you behind the scenes of f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

You can view all other accompanying events here.

Image: Katharina Mouratidi © Alina Simmelbauer

RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN | GUIDED TOUR

Accompanying event to the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN.

Every first Sunday of the month we will guide you through our current exhibition and take you behind the scenes of f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

The next GUIDED TOUR will take place on Sunday, February 4, 2023 at 11 am. You can view all other accompanying events here.

Image: Katharina Mouratidi © Alina Simmelbauer

RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN | OPENING

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition RUTH ORKIN – WOMEN!

Speakers: Katharina Mouratidi (Artistic Director f³ – freiraum für fotografie and curator of the exhibition), Nadine Barth (curator and publicist @barthouseprojects) and Mary Engel (Archive Ruth Orkin).

We look forward to seeing you – admission is free!

All accompanying events can be found here.

In cooperation with Hatje Cantz.

Image: Lauren Bacall, St. Regis Hotel, New York, 1950. © Orkin/Engel Film and Photo Archive; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021.

OPEN CALL: f³ – TREASURES | Print and Book Market

f³ – TREASURES | Print and Book Market
Saturday and Sunday, December 2 and 3, 2023, 12–6 pm

You are a photographer/photographic artist and would like to present and sell your work for a weekend at f³ – freiraum für fotografie?

With our new format f³ – TREASURES, the first and only print and book market in Berlin, you have the opportunity to personally present your prints, photo books and objects to an interested audience and at the same time sell them directly on site – you set your own prices!

Apply by October 15, 2023 for one of the 20 spots! Katharina Mouratidi (Artistic Director f³ – freiraum für fotografie) and Miriam Zlobinski (Curator f³ – freiraum für fotografie) will select the participants from all entries.

All we need:
– a short artistic CV from you (max. 1 page) as well as
– information about your work, which you would like to present and sell,
– and 2–4 press photos.

By submitting your work, you agree that we may present you and your work as part of the press work for the event and publish the submitted press images royalty-free. If you are selected, you will have to pay a participation fee of 200 € + 19 % VAT. Please send your application to treasures@fhochdrei.org.

The application period runs from October 2 to 15, 2023, and we look forward to receiving your application!

Image: © Holger Biermann

f³ – TREASURES | Print and Book Market

Be there on the first weekend of December when we present our new format f³ – TREASURES | Print and Book Market!

Whether you have been collecting for a long time or are completely new to photography and photographic art: at f³ – TREASURES you can discover exciting new positions of photographers and get into conversation with the people behind the artworks. At the first and only print and book market in Berlin, 20 selected photographers and photo artists will present their work. Single images or series, hand prints or printed products, photo books and editions: Everything that is exhibited can be purchased and at moderate prices! This way you can build the foundation of a collection, add exceptional works to your existing collection, or simply find the perfect gift for your loved ones. Besides, you support the work of the photographers and photo artists!

Look forward to f³ – TREASURES, the first print and book market for photography and photographic art on December 2 and 3, 2023 from 12–6 pm at f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

With works by: Sarah Eick (@sarah_eick), Robert Herrmann (@robert_herrmann_fotografie), Herspective (@herspective_photographers), Paulina Hildesheim (@paulinahildesheim), Christian Jungeblodt (@christian_jungeblodt), Irina Kholodna (@irinakholodna), Thomas Kierok (@thomaskierok), Joanna Kosowska (@joko_foto), Richard Kranzin (@richard_kranzin_photography), Chris Lambertsen, (@chrislambertsen_hamburg), Bernd Lauter (@berndlauterphotography), Oliver Leu (@ollileu), Sandra Prengel (@sandraprengel), Sandra Ratkovic (@sandraratkovic), Christian Reister (@christianreister) & Christoph Schieder (@christoph.schieder), Antonina Savytska (@some__antonia), Gottfried Schenk (@gschenk_texte_fotografie), Shift Books Berlin (@shift.books), Sputnik Photos (@sputnikphotos), Joanna Szproch (@joanna.szproch).

Image: © Sandra Prengel

f³ – TREASURES | Print and Book Market

Be there on the first weekend of December when we present our new format f³ – TREASURES | Print and Book Market! 

Whether you have been collecting for a long time or are completely new to photography and photographic art: at f³ – TREASURES you can discover exciting new positions of photographers and get into conversation with the people behind the artworks. At the first and only print and book market in Berlin, 20 selected photographers and photo artists will present their work. Single images or series, hand prints or printed products, photo books and editions: Everything that is exhibited can be purchased and at moderate prices! This way you can build the foundation of a collection, add exceptional works to your existing collection, or simply find the perfect gift for your loved ones. Besides, you support the work of the photographers and photo artists!  

Look forward to f³ – TREASURES, the first print and book market for photography and photographic art on December 2 and 3, 2023 from 12–6 pm at f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

With works by: Sarah Eick (@sarah_eick), Robert Herrmann (@robert_herrmann_fotografie), Herspective (@herspective_photographers), Paulina Hildesheim (@paulinahildesheim), Christian Jungeblodt (@christian_jungeblodt), Irina Kholodna (@irinakholodna), Thomas Kierok (@thomaskierok), Joanna Kosowska (@joko_foto), Richard Kranzin (@richard_kranzin_photography), Chris Lambertsen, (@chrislambertsen_hamburg), Bernd Lauter (@berndlauterphotography), Oliver Leu (@ollileu), Sandra Prengel (@sandraprengel), Sandra Ratkovic (@sandraratkovic), Christian Reister (@christianreister) & Christoph Schieder (@christoph.schieder), Antonina Savytska (@some__antonia), Gottfried Schenk (@gschenk_texte_fotografie), Shift Books Berlin (@shift.books), Sputnik Photos (@sputnikphotos), Joanna Szproch (@joanna.szproch).

Bild: © Sandra Prengel

SALON REVUE: Political Photography

At regular intervals, Salon ReVue gives a space to current and relevant topics from ReVue magazine. New scientific findings and perspectives, innovative ideas and, of course, photography and questions of perception characterize the evening. Representatives of the practice enter into dialogue with scientists and exchange ideas with the audience. Thus, the evening is a joint walk between the disciplines.

Unlike most voters, a photographer gets to know politicians personally. Proximity and distance play a special role in an area to which »normal citizens« are not allowed access. What kind of images do politicians allow today? What kind of work ethic characterizes a photojournalist? On the other hand, photography itself is in focus. Can the medium still stand for modernity and authenticity today? How is the role of photography to be understood politically?

A conversation with Ostkreuz photographer Maurice Weiss, whose goal is to break the rules of staging in politics, and Boris Kochan, President of Deutscher Designtag and founder of the agency Kochan & Partner, moderated by Miriam Zlobinski.

Admission: 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

Image: Kofi Annan © Maurice Weiss

In cooperation with:

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GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS | Robert Lebeck – Hierzulande (In this Country)

Accompanying event to the exhibition Robert Lebeck – Hierzulande (In this Country).

Over a glass of wine or a non-alcoholic drink, the curator of the exhibition Miriam Zlobinski and Cordula Lebeck, the photographer’s widow and administrator of his archive, will give you exclusive insight into the exhibition and Robert Lebeck’s work.

Admission 15 € | 10 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

You can view all other events here.

GUIDED TOUR | Robert Lebeck – Hierzulande (In this Country)

Accompanying event to the exhibition Robert Lebeck – Hierzulande (In this Country).

Every first Sunday of the month we will guide you through our current exhibition and take a look behind the scenes of f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

The next GUIDED TOUR will take place on November 5, 2023 at 11 am.

You can view all other events here.

FOTO-FÜHRUNG | GUIDED TOUR

Accompanying event to the exhibition CHLOE SHERMAN | RENEGADES. San Francisco: Queer Life in the 1990s.

Katharina Mouratidi, curator of the exhibition and artistic director of f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will knowledgeably explain the concept of the exhibition, provide you with well-founded background information on the individual exhibits, and take you behind the scenes of f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission €8 | €5. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

Image: © f3 – freiraum für fotografie

Opening | Robert Lebeck – Hierzulande (In this Country)

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition Robert Lebeck – Hierzulande (In this Country).

Introduction by curator Miriam Zlobinski. Speakers: Carsten Junge, Managing Director of the Sparkassenstiftung Lüneburg and Cordula Lebeck. Admission free!

All accompanying events can be found here.

Image: Poodle, Kampen, Sylt 1962 © Robert Lebeck

FOTO-FILM (English) | Rise Above: The Tribe 8 Documentary

For four years Tracy Flannigan accompanied the lesbian punk rock band Tribe 8 from San Francisco with her camera. She documented their energetic, wild and completely unpredictable gender performances. But Flannigan’s documentary also looks back-stage, showing the five highly diverse women in their everyday lives, at their jobs, in their love lives, and in conversation with their parents.

Documentary, 80 min, 2004, directed by Tracy Flannigan. Admission 8 € | 5 €.

The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

SALON ReVue: PHOTOGRAPHY AND DEMENTIA

At regular intervals, Salon ReVue gives a space to current and relevant topics from ReVue magazine. New scientific findings and perspectives, innovative ideas and of course photography and questions of perception characterize the evening. Representatives of the practice enter into dialogue with scientists and exchange ideas with the audience. Thus, the evening is a joint walk between the disciplines.

This time on June 12, 2023 we are looking forward to an exciting evening on the topic »Photography and Dementia«.

Photography and memory seem directly connected. But what happens in the mind of a person suffering from Alzheimer’s? What does it mean when a person no longer recognizes themselves in pictures?

With the author Heike Rindfleisch (co-author Stolen Moments) and the physician Prof. Dr. med Torsten Kratz (Head of Gerontopsychiatry, Ev. KH, Berlin) we were able to win two great discussants who will illuminate the topic for us from different perspectives.

Zora del Buono (ReVue) leads through the evening.

Admission 8 € | reduced 5 €. The number of participants is limited, so we recommend booking an online ticket, available here.

Image: Daniel Comte, 2016 © Stolen Moments

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FOTO-FÜHRUNG | GUIDED TOUR

Accompanying event to the exhibition CHLOE SHERMAN | RENEGADES. San Francisco: Queer Life in the 1990s.

Katharina Mouratidi, curator of the exhibition and artistic director of f³ – freiraum für fotografie, will knowledgeably explain the concept of the exhibition, provide you with well-founded background information on the individual exhibits, and take you behind the scenes of f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission €8 | €5. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

Image: © f– freiraum für fotografie

FOTO-FÜHRUNG (GUIDED TOUR) with Chloe Sherman

Accompanying event to the exhibition CHLOE SHERMAN | RENEGADES. San Francisco: Queer Life in the 1990s.

Let artist Chloe Sherman give you an exclusive tour of the exhibition. Learn more about the creation of the photographs and about life in San Francisco in the 1990s.

Admission €8 | €5. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here. Please note that the tour will be in English.

Image: In My Chevy Nova, Ace Driving, 1997 © Chloe Sherman

OPENING | CHLOE SHERMAN: RENEGADES. San Francisco: Queer Life in the 1990s

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition CHLOE SHERMAN | RENEGADES. San Francisco: Queer Life in the 1990s in the presence of the artist.

Admission is free, we look forward to seeing you!

The exhibition was curated by Nadine Barth and Katharina Mouratidi.

All accompanying events can be found here.

Image: In My Chevy Nova, Ace Driving, 1997 © Chloe Sherman

PHOTOBOOK-PARTY | f3-MASTERCLASS BÜCHER MACHEN! 2022/23

We cordially invite you to the book party of the f3-MASTERCLASS BÜCHER MACHEN! 2022/23.

Angela Ankner, Malea Birke, Andrea Brehme, Christian Demarco, Yero Adugna Eticha, Christian Jungeblodt, Karin Kutter, Ulrike Lohmann, Birgit Lu Mazen, Christine Mansfeld, Christoph Otto, Brigitte Rühland and Helen Stevens.

For 10 months, the passionate bookmaker Nadine Barth, who among other things advises the renowned art book publisher Hatje Cantz in the field of photography, accompanied the participants’ projects.

The days of instruction revolved around all aspects that are essential for the successful realization of a book project: The editing, the story line, the text/image relationship, the design, and the technical equipment of the book (papers, printing processes, bindings). Nadine Barth imparted her extensive knowledge of all aspects of working with publishers and self-publishing in a practical manner against the background of her more than 25 years of experience in the industry.

At the end of the masterclass, the participants will now present the published books or the books they have created in the form of a presentation or a book dummy.

We look forward to seeing you on June 7, 2023, starting at 7 pm. Admission is free!

Image: © Christian Jungeblodt

FOTO-FÜHRUNG & DRINKS | GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS (German)

Accompanying event to the exhibition HAPPY PILLS.

With a glass of wine or a non-alcoholic drink, curator Miriam Zlobinski will give you exclusive insight into the exhibition HAPPY PILLS as well as the work of photographer Paolo Woods.

Admission: 15 € | 10 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

All other accompanying events can be found here.

FOTO-FÜHRUNG | GUIDED TOUR (English)

Accompanying event to the exhibition HAPPY PILLS.

The photographer Paolo Woods will guide you through the exhibition.

Admission: 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

All other accompanying events can be found here.

Image: Bodybuilder, India 2017 © Paolo Woods

OPENING: HAPPY PILLS

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition HAPPY PILLS.

Curator Miriam Zlobinski and photographer Paolo Woods will present the exhibition.

Admission is free, we look forward to seeing you!

All accompanying events can be found here.

Image: Home Pharma, Switzerland 2016 © Gabriele Galimberti

FOTO-SPAZIERGANG

Kreuzberg – The Resistant Neighborhood of the 70s / 80s and Today

How have initiatives, organizations and residents shaped the identity and history of the neighborhood around the Kotti? What are the activities in Kreuzberg today? How can one contribute more creatively and actively to the common life in the Kiez?

On the basis of selected places and stories, you will learn how this very neighborhood was given its very own character over 40 years ago through self-determined action and organizations of various kinds. Narratives by contemporary witnesses and the use of historical and current photographs bring history to life!

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG also presents associations, initiatives, institutions and people who have been active in Kreuzberg for decades and still shape cultural life in the district today.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG is conducted by Andy Wolff. Andy was born in the Kiez over 60 years ago and has been working at the Regenbogenfabrik children’s, cultural and neighborhood center since 2006.

Start: 2 p.m. | f³ – freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstraße 17, 10179 Berlin
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Attendance is free, just show up!
The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place in German.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place as part of the XB-Lab project. Sponsored by:

Image: Andy Wolff © GfHF, 2021

FOTO-SPAZIERGANG

Kreuzberg – The Resistant Neighborhood of the 70s / 80s and Today

How have initiatives, organizations and residents shaped the identity and history of the neighborhood around the Kotti? What are the activities in Kreuzberg today? How can one contribute more creatively and actively to the common life in the Kiez?

On the basis of selected places and stories, you will learn how this very neighborhood was given its very own character over 40 years ago through self-determined action and organizations of various kinds. Narratives by contemporary witnesses and the use of historical and current photographs bring history to life!

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG also presents associations, initiatives, institutions and people who have been active in Kreuzberg for decades and still shape cultural life in the district today.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG is conducted by Andy Wolff. Andy was born in the Kiez over 60 years ago and has been working at the Regenbogenfabrik children’s, cultural and neighborhood center since 2006.

Start: 2 p.m. | f³ – freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstraße 17, 10179 Berlin
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Attendance is free, just show up!
The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place in German.

Further date: August 20, 2023.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place as part of the XB-Lab project. Sponsored by:

Image: Andy Wolff © GfHF, 2021

FOTO-SPAZIERGANG

Kreuzberg – The Resistant Neighborhood of the 70s / 80s and Today

How have initiatives, organizations and residents shaped the identity and history of the neighborhood around the Kotti? What are the activities in Kreuzberg today? How can one contribute more creatively and actively to the common life in the Kiez?

On the basis of selected places and stories, you will learn how this very neighborhood was given its very own character over 40 years ago through self-determined action and organizations of various kinds. Narratives by contemporary witnesses and the use of historical and current photographs bring history to life!

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG also presents associations, initiatives, institutions and people who have been active in Kreuzberg for decades and still shape cultural life in the district today.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG is conducted by Andy Wolff. Andy was born in the Kiez over 60 years ago and has been working at the Regenbogenfabrik children’s, cultural and neighborhood center since 2006.

Start: 2 p.m. | f³ – freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstraße 17, 10179 Berlin
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Attendance is free, just show up!
The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place in German.

Further dates: July 16 and August 20, 2023.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place as part of the XB-Lab project. Sponsored by:

Image: Andy Wolff © GfHF, 2021

FOTO-SPAZIERGANG

Kreuzberg – The Resistant Neighborhood of the 70s / 80s and Today

How have initiatives, organizations and residents shaped the identity and history of the neighborhood around the Kotti? What are the activities in Kreuzberg today? How can one contribute more creatively and actively to the common life in the Kiez?

On the basis of selected places and stories, you will learn how this very neighborhood was given its very own character over 40 years ago through self-determined action and organizations of various kinds. Narratives by contemporary witnesses and the use of historical and current photographs bring history to life!

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG also presents associations, initiatives, institutions and people who have been active in Kreuzberg for decades and still shape cultural life in the district today.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG is conducted by Andy Wolff. Andy was born in the Kiez over 60 years ago and has been working at the Regenbogenfabrik children’s, cultural and neighborhood center since 2006.

Start: 2 p.m. | f³ – freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstraße 17, 10179 Berlin
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Attendance is free, just show up!
The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place in German.

Further dates: June 18, July 16 and August 20, 2023.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place as part of the XB-Lab project. Sponsored by:

Image: Andy Wolff © GfHF, 2021

FOTO-SPAZIERGANG

Kreuzberg – The Resistant Neighborhood of the 70s / 80s and Today

How have initiatives, organizations and residents shaped the identity and history of the neighborhood around the Kotti? What are the activities in Kreuzberg today? How can one contribute more creatively and actively to the common life in the Kiez?

On the basis of selected places and stories, you will learn how this very neighborhood was given its very own character over 40 years ago through self-determined action and organizations of various kinds. Narratives by contemporary witnesses and the use of historical and current photographs bring history to life!

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG also presents associations, initiatives, institutions and people who have been active in Kreuzberg for decades and still shape cultural life in the district today.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG is conducted by Andy Wolff. Andy was born in the Kiez over 60 years ago and has been working at the Regenbogenfabrik children’s, cultural and neighborhood center since 2006.

Start: 2 p.m. | f³ – freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstraße 17, 10179 Berlin
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Attendance is free, just show up!
The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place in German.

Further dates: May 21, June 18, July 16 and August 20, 2023.

The FOTO-SPAZIERGANG takes place as part of the XB-Lab project. Sponsored by:

Image: Andy Wolff © GfHF, 2021

Salon ReVue: Fake or Fact

At regular intervals, Salon ReVue gives a space to current and relevant topics from ReVue magazine. New scientific findings and perspectives, innovative ideas and of course photography and questions of perception characterize the evening. Representatives of the practice enter into dialogue with scientists and exchange ideas with the audience. Thus, the evening is a joint walk between the disciplines.

On March 20, 2023, we are looking forward to an exciting evening with Prof. Dr. Gerhard Paul and Jan Ludwig entitled »Fake or fact – Image Manipulation and Credibility«!

Digital programs, ways and advancing technology enable more photography by more and more photographers. Events are quickly disseminated on the net, editorially classified – but this does not authenticate them. Our actions, for example, in image manipulation, targeted or purely amusing disinformation with images, and networked, collaging image cultures such as memes are changing the culture of photography. Photojournalism often seems antiquated here in its requirements and rules about what all must not be done with a picture. Between photo forensics and everyday life – how can we deal with this? What can image manipulation do for us?

Gerhard Paul is a historian and one of the most important representatives of German-language visual history. From 1994 to 2016 he was professor for history and its didactics at the European University Flensburg. In 2016 he was appointed senior professor. His publications include the two-volume standard work Das Jahrhundert der Bilder (2008), Das visuelle Zeitalter. Punkt und Pixel (2016) and Bilder einer Diktatur (2020).

Jan Ludwig is a fact checker and research trainer at the German Press Agency dpa. He studied philosophy and history in Dresden and Paris, graduated from the Henri Nannen School of Journalism in Hamburg, and lived for a year and a half as a freelance correspondent in Israel. In 2015, he received the CNN Journalist Award. In 2018, his youth nonfiction book Populismus was published by Carlsen-Verlag, and in February, an online handbook on digital verification techniques was published by the Landesmedienanstalt NRW.

Admission €8 | reduced €5. The number of participants is limited, so we recommend booking an online ticket, available here.

In cooperation with:

Reading with Veronica Raimo

Veronica Raimo tells of the impositions of growing up in a completely normal, abnormal family. For this, she has found a new language that is as delicate as it is precise. With wonderful humor, she paints a picture of a young woman in the 21st century that is as chaotic as it is true.

Veronica asks herself how she could become the woman she is. Her memories take her back to her peculiar family, to say the least. Not a party goes by that the phone doesn’t ring at some point and helicopter mom Francesca calls. The father wants the family to feed only on cans of food that were shrink-wrapped before the Chernobyl nuclear accident, and in his spare time he keeps building more and more additional dividing walls into the apartment. And then there’s the brother, a pain in the ass and attention-obsessed genius. Yet it’s hard enough as it is to go from being a girl to being a woman, and preferably successful, emancipated and happy. With the award-winning, autofictional tragicomedy “None of It Is True,” Veronica Raimo has written a very funny book about the pitfalls and abysses of life. (More information via the publisher’s site.)

The new novel by Veronica Raimo will be published by Klett-Cotta on March 18, 2023. The author will present the book in advance exclusively at f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

The actress Mariel Jana Supka will read the German text passages. The event will be moderated by journalist Anna Vollmer.

Admission 8 € | reduced 5 €.
The number of participants is limited, so we recommend booking an online ticket, which you can get here.

FOTO-LECTURE

An event as part of the BarTur Photo Award exhibition.

Photojournalism is dead, long live photography in journalism! The editorial work and the work of photographers are an important part of the public, above all, but not only, the reporting from war and crisis zones. Andreas Trampe (Senior Photo Editor stern) and the photographer Espen Rasmussen discuss what the working conditions for photographers in journalism look like today and what personal challenges they have faced in their careers. They draw on their wealth of experience from the point of view of the photo editor and photographer and can provide insights from their own perspective.

Andreas Trampe has been working for stern since 1996. First as deputy department head in the picture department, and later for nineteen years as head of photography. He has been working for the magazine as Senior Photo Editor since 2019. Trampe is a co-founder of the “Hamburg Portfolio Review” and the annual stern support program “Junge Fotografie”, in which a student receives a one-year position as a photographer at the magazine after graduating from university.

Espen Rasmussen lives near Oslo, Norway. He mainly focuses on humanitarian issues and works as a photo editor at Norway’s largest news magazine VG Helg. He has received numerous awards for his work. In 2007, Rasmussen received a $60,000 grant from the Fritt Ord Foundation to continue his long-term project on refugees and internally displaced people around the world. The work was published in 2011 as a book entitled TRANSIT. Rasmussen has worked on several large long-term projects including: Hard.Land – a project about America’s middle class in the Rust Belt and White Rage – a reportage about right-wing people in the US and Europe.

ADMISSION FREE!

Supported by ENGAGEMENT GLOBAL with funds from the

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FOTO-FILM

Accompanying event to the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

We are showing the documentary Dear Memories – Eine Reise mit dem Magnum-Fotografen Thomas Hoepker

The German photographer Thomas Höpker has lived in New York since the 1970s and is best known for his portraits of boxing legend Muhammad Ali. The black and white shots are legendary and shape pop culture. To this day, the now over 80-year-old is on the lookout for new motifs – even his Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t stop him. It’s almost ironic that the man whose photos became the collective memory is now slowly losing his own memory. But the former president of the MAGNUM-Photos agency still has one big wish: he wants to go on a road trip through the USA with his wife Christine. The filmmaker Nahuel Lopez accompanies him.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

FOTO-FILM

Accompanying event to the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

We are showing the documentary Dear Memories – Eine Reise mit dem Magnum-Fotografen Thomas Hoepker

The German photographer Thomas Höpker has lived in New York since the 1970s and is best known for his portraits of boxing legend Muhammad Ali. The black and white shots are legendary and shape pop culture. To this day, the now over 80-year-old is on the lookout for new motifs – even his Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t stop him. It’s almost ironic that the man whose photos became the collective memory is now slowly losing his own memory. But the former president of the MAGNUM-Photos agency still has one big wish: he wants to go on a road trip through the USA with his wife Christine. The filmmaker Nahuel Lopez accompanies him.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. Additional date: May 5, 2023. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS

Accompanying event to the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

Every third Wednesday of the month we cordially invite you to our GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS at 7 p.m. The curators Katharina Mouratidi and Miriam Zlobinski will present the exhibition to you over a glass of wine or an alcohol-free drink.

The two internationally active photography experts provide insights into the development of the exhibition project and into the biography of the extraordinary photo journalist Thomas Höpker.

In addition to well-founded background information on the historical development of Concerned Photography and on the individual exhibits, you will get an impression of the work of the f³ – freiraum für fotografie first-hand and an opportunity to exchange everything you always wanted to know about photography and never did dared to ask.

Admission 15 € | reduced 10 €. The number of participants is limited, so we recommend booking an online ticket, which you can get here.

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

Image: © Dimitra Kardasi

GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS

Accompanying event to the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

Every third Wednesday of the month we cordially invite you to our GUIDED TOUR & DRINKS at 7 p.m. The curators Katharina Mouratidi and Miriam Zlobinski will present the exhibition to you over a glass of wine or an alcohol-free drink.

The two internationally active photography experts provide insights into the development of the exhibition project and into the biography of the extraordinary photo journalist Thomas Höpker.

In addition to well-founded background information on the historical development of Concerned Photography and on the individual exhibits, you will get an impression of the work of the f³ – freiraum für fotografie first-hand and an opportunity to exchange everything you always wanted to know about photography and never did dared to ask.

Admission 15 € | reduced 10 €. Additional date: April 19, 2023. The number of participants is limited, so we recommend booking an online ticket, which you can get here.

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

Image: © Dimitra Kardasi

GUIDED TOUR

Accompanying event to the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

Every first Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. we guide you through the exhibition.

The curator Miriam Zlobinski knowledgeably explains the concept of the exhibition, provides you with well-founded background information on the individual exhibits and takes you behind the scenes of the f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

GUIDED TOUR

Accompanying event to the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

Every first Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. we guide you through the exhibition.

The curator Miriam Zlobinski knowledgeably explains the concept of the exhibition, provides you with well-founded background information on the individual exhibits and takes you behind the scenes of the f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. Further date: May 7, 2023. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

GUIDED TOUR

Accompanying event to the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

Every first Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. we guide you through the exhibition.

The curator Miriam Zlobinski knowledgeably explains the concept of the exhibition, provides you with well-founded background information on the individual exhibits and takes you behind the scenes of the f³ – freiraum für fotografie.

Admission 8 € | 5 €. Further dates: April 2 and May 7, 2023. The number of participants is limited. We recommend booking an online ticket, which you can purchase here.

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

OPENING: Thomas Höpker – Intimate History

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition Thomas Höpker – Intimate History.

Speakers: Inas Fayed (Editor-in-Chief Leica Fotografie International) and the curators of the exhibition Katharina Mouratidi (Artistic Director f³ – freiraum für fotografie) and Miriam Zlobinski.

Admission is free, we look forward to seeing you!

 

You can find all the information about the accompanying program here.

An exhibition as part of the EMOP – European Month of Photography.
In cooperation with the Ernst Leitz Museum, Wetzlar.

Image: © Thomas Höpker and MAGNUM-Photos