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SIEBENAndreas Krufczik - KreuzwegAntony Sojka - TideBastian Gehbauer - ZirkelBirgit Krause - PLANETESJennifer Bulla - Nicht müde werdenKaja Smith - GoldkinderKatharina Poblotzki - I can see you when my eyes are closedStefan Wieland - OdessaStefanie Schulz - DuldungStephane Lelarge - How I learned to stop worrying and love the crisis

SIEBEN | Graduate Thesis Exhibition / Abschlussausstellung Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie

Opening: 25 Oct 2013, 7pm
Exhibition: 26 Oct – 08 Nov 2013
Uferhallen Wedding / Uferstr. 8-11 / 13357 Berlin

The 2013 graduating class of the OSTKREUZSCHULE für Fotografie in Berlin would like to invite you to this year’s thesis exhibition, SIEBEN, 26 October – 08 November at Uferhallen Wedding.

Twenty-five unique photographic series have evolved under the faculty committee of Prof. Ute Mahler, Sibylle Fendt and Thomas Sandberg — all within the long-standing tradition of the OSTKREUZSCHULE, with its emphasis on the interplay between documentary and fine art photography. Continue Reading →

Zoltan Jokay, IN TRANSIT #2Zoltan Jokay, IN TRANSIT #4Karen Stuke, Sleeping SisterOlaf Spillner, IN TRANSIT #2Anja Schoeller, NakbarAndreas Burger, Das papierlose BüroIN TRANSIT – The View Of The Other(s)

IN TRANSIT – The View of the Other(s)

OPENING: Wednesday, 17.10.2012, 7 pm, Ostkreuz Berlin railway station, Sonntagstrasse/Markgrafendamm, 10245 Berlin
EXHIBITION:
18.10. – 30.11.2012

‘IN TRANSIT – The view of the Other(s)’ takes up the challenge of comprehending photography as a documentary, artistic and political description of the world and presenting it as a participatory project in a public in-transit room at the Ostkreuz Berlin railway station.

Curator Jaana Prüss (Morgengrün Kommunikation) situates ‘the view of the other’ in a discourse on our contemporary societies by drawing images by professional and art photographers into a ‘dialogue of views’ with images by fellow citizens, passers-by and visitors to the European Month of Photography Berlin (EMoP Berlin) who respond to an open call. Continue Reading →