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»STREETPHOTO : Charlottenburg«

Sascha J. Bachmann, Heike Frielingsdorf, Siegfried Hansen, Marco Larousse, Efi Longinou, Christian Reister, David Shokouhbeen, Karen Stuke, Martin U Waltz, Marc Yang

5 Street Photography exhibitions at 2 venues in public space

Discover 20 local and international positions on Street Photography. The presentations are on display during the day around the Charlottenburg train station and at night at the traffic control tower on Kurfürstendamm. »STREETPHOTO : Charlottenburg« comprises five exhibitions at two venues in public space:


The exhibition of advertising pillars shows current works from the world of street photography by six photographers working in Germany. The title 2ways refers to the double level of meaning of modern street photography between the representational depiction of reality and the creation of a further abstract and often surreal level of reality.

Aascha J. Bachmann, Heike Frielingsdorf, Siegfried Hansen, Marco Larousse, Efi Longinou, David Shokouhbeen | Curated by Martin U Waltz.

Tue – Sun, 12 – 4 pm, Venue #1 (see below)


Karen Stuke is a master of pinhole camera photography. For this project she transforms a container into a walk-in camera obscura. The surrounding lively station square will be projected reversed and upside down onto an interior wall. A unique occasion to reflect on one‘s own perception and Berlin street life.

Tue – Sun, 12 – 4 pm, Venue #1 (see below)


Marc Yang is a young Chinese photographer from Wuhan. Currently, he is a participating observer of the streets of his hometown, where life is returning after the great lockdown. On display is an excerpt from his most recent black and white works.

Tue – Sun, 12 – 4 pm, Venue #1 (see below)


In intense images Christian Reister and Martin U Waltz observe light and shadow in the streets of the metropolis Berlin. Christian Reister combines new and older black and white photographs to create a powerful narrative between insom­nia, intoxication and tristesse. In Martin U Waltz‘s series „Light Urban Rain“ the city, nature and passers-by merge under the raindrops into a dynamic texture of perspective, light and color. Curated by Norbert Wiesneth.

Tue – Sun, 12 – 4 pm, Venue #1 (see below)


Nighttime projections show the ten winners of an interna­tional competition on the sidewalk of the Kurfürstendamm.

Arturo Cañedo (PE), Peter Hilden (DE), Gilles Kayser (LU), Filip Machac (CZ), Lefteris Paraskevaidis GR), Anil Purohit (IN), Torsten Schumann (DE), François Silvestre de Sacy (FR), Ruth Stoltenberg (DE), Alice Christine Walker (US).

Daily from 8 pm – 2 am, Venue #2 (see below)

Framework program & venues

2 Venues:
Venue #1:
Train station forecourt at Stuttgarter Platz / Corner of Lewishamstraße, 10629 Berlin-Charlottenburg
Venue #2:
Traffic control tower at “Verkehrskanzel am Ku’damm”, Joachimsthaler Platz (Kurfürstendamm / Corner of Joachimsthaler Straße), 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg.

Oct 1 — Nov 1, 2020

Thursday, Oct 1, 2020, 9 pm
Opening Reception I of StreetProjections
Introduction: Norbert Wiesneth, Curator
Venue #2, see above

Sunday, Oct 4, 2020, 2 pm
Opening Reception II of STREETPHOTO : Charlottenburg
Greetings: Heike Schmitt-Schmelz, District Councilor
Introduction: Norbert Wiesneth & Martin U Waltz, Curators
Venue #1, see above

Oct 9, 2020, 6 pm
Artist Talk & Curator’s Guided Tour
with Norbert Wiesneth & Martin U Waltz.
Venue #1, see above

Sunday, Nov 1, 2020
From 12:30 – 6 pm at Venue #1, and from 8 pm at Venue #2, see above.

Part of EMOP Berlin – European Month of Photography 2020
Oct 1 — 31, 2020
STREETPHOTO : Charlottenburg

Oct 1 — Nov 1, 2020
Opening Receptions & Framework program: please see above

2 venues: Stuttgarter Platz + Joachimsthaler Platz, details see above
[District: Charlottenburg | Borough: Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf]

Opening hours: Tue – Fri 10 am – 5 pm, Wed 10 am – 7 pm, Sat & Sun 11 am – 5 pm

Admission free

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