»Hut, Fence and Horizon«
Joachim Brohm, Götz Diergarten, Gabriele Kostas, Ingar Krauss, Simone Nieweg, Carola Vogt & Peter Boerboom, Andreas Weinand
Opening: Thursday, September 8, 2016, 19h
Opening remarks by Janos Frecot, Curator and photography historian
Exhibition: September 9 – October 30, 2016
Curated by Janos Frecot
Artist Talk: Sunday, October 9, 2016, 12h
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 10-17h, Wed 10-19h, Sun 11-17h
The exhibition reflects humankind’s increasing efforts around the world to connect urban living with a life closer to nature and frames possibilities of finding oneself beyond the confines of urban existence. The photographers point their lens at situations where many find their temporary forms of paradise.
Simone Nieweg depicts the classic French vegetable garden with the delicate structure and coloration of its plants. Joachim Brohm introduces us to the cosy, boring world of the small gardens on the outskirts of Essen. Götz Diergarten’s documentation of Nowa Huta, the Polish steel factory outside Cracow, is amazing due to the free design of the garden buildings. In masterful black and white photography, Ingar Krauss turns his attention to the absurdity of private gardens. In a type of field research, Andreas Weinand follows three pensioners near Mülheim as they garden over the years. Gabriele Kostas depicts the playful use of garden accessories in a northern Italian cooperative. Carola Vogt and Peter Boerboom take us to adventurous forests in various regions of Europe.
Part of the EMOP Berlin 2016 – European Month of Photography Berlin 2016. Discover more Festival highlights on PiB under the tag #EMOP Berlin 2016!
Teil des EMOP Berlin 2016 – Europäischer Monat der Fotografie Berlin 2016. Entdecke weitere Festival-Highlights auf FiB unter dem Tag #EMOP Berlin 2016!
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