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Group Exhibition

»Beyond The Frame –
Expanded Questioning of Photography«

Photocentrum Gilberto-Bosques-Volkshochschule Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg | Project class of Klaus W. Eisenlohr

Valie Djordjević, Klaus W. Eisenlohr (seminar director), Tamara Granatkina, Kordula Horn, Claus Köllner, Monika Lache, Irene Mauch, Sebastian Schmidt

Images by photographers, in confrontation with another photographic image tradition.

The works in this exhibition use different forms of presentation, often multidimensional, and seek to draw the viewer into an active engagement.
The exhibition is the result of a year-long project course at the Photocentrum of the Gilberto-Bosques-Volkshochschule Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Individual artistic concerns led to different research, in the form of field studies, image collections or oral interviews. The topics pursued lead to political, social or artistic questions. They reflect, for example, one’s own consternation in other parents when it comes to caring for a disabled child (Sebastian Schmidt); get to the bottom of the meaning and one’s own reaction to the color red in pictures (Claus Köllner); or pursue the question of the meaning and aesthetics of purposeful photos on smartphones (Valie Djordjevic).
The various works are ultimately about different perceptions and constructions of the world. They are in discourse with biographical, geographical, social, media and futuristic aspects of our society.

With works by:
Valie Djordjević, Klaus W. Eisenlohr (seminar director), Tamara Granatkina, Kordula Horn, Claus Köllner, Monika Lache, Irene Mauch, Sebastian Schmidt

Read more about the artists and their series on the project website & gallery website:
exhibit.photocentrum.de | somos-arts.org

Photocentrum c/o SomoS Arts| »Beyond The Frame« Seminar Klaus W. Eisenlohr
Aus der Serie "Hinterm Zaun – Innensichten" © Monika Lache
Imagine a Journey © Tamara Granatkina
Aus der Serie "Im Bilderstrom: Gegenstände, Getränke, Hände, Wörter. 2019 – fortlaufend" © Valie Djordjević
Aus der Serie "Blonde Dame vor roter Wand" © Claus Koellner
Aus der Serie "Lithuanien Rhapsody" © Klaus W. Eisenlohr
Aus der Serie "SpielRäume" © Kordula Horn
Aus der Serie "Natur als Idee" © Irene Mauch
Aus der Serie "Mutterliebe (Karla und Elliot), 2019" © Sebastian Schmidt

About Photocentrum Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg

The institution is part of a long-standing tradition of dedicated, sophisticated photography. Starting from the legendary workshop for photography founded by Michael Schmidt in 1976 at the Volkshochschule Kreuzberg, the gradual development of the Photocentrum as a focus of the program area Culture and Design of the VHS began. Since 2008, the Photocentrum has been permanently located at the Volkshochschule Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg.
The Photocentrum is the winner of the Education Award 2021 of the German Society for Photography.

Photocentrum der Gilberto Bosques VHS Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg
SomoS Art House

Mar 19 — 26, 2022
Opening Day: Friday, March 18, 3 – 9 pm

Kottbusser Damm 95 (1st floor) · 10967 Berlin
[District: Neukölln | Borough: Neukölln]

Admission free

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