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Fotogalerie Friedrichshain and analogueNOW! are pleased to announce their first curatorial collaboration: an international group exhibition on the theme “Transition” that will open in September.

The exhibition will showcase analogue photography projects focused on narrating change, capturing development or decline, and witnessing or challenging the turn of events.

Either individual or collective, social or environmental, gradual or brutal, unexpected or chosen, a transition can be defined as a process of change, from a beforeness to an afterwards.

If the notion of transition is inherent in all forms of life, our present days seem to be characterized by an acceleration of history, so that some transitions once only observable with the distance of time now seem to be perceptible on the scale of a human’s lifetime. This exhibition is intended as a moment of deceleration, a breath necessary to think about recent and ongoing transitions.


Fotogalerie Friedrichshain
Helsingforser Platz 1, 10243 Berlin
Group exhibition together with AnalogueNow!. Topic: Transition .
September 2nd – October 28.

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Fotogalerie Friedrichshain and analogueNOW! are pleased to announce their first curatorial collaboration: an international group exhibition on the theme “Transition” that will open in September. The exhibition will showcase analogue photography projects focused on narrating change, capturing development or decline, and witnessing or challenging the turn of events. Either individual or collective, social or environmental, gradual or brutal, unexpected or chosen, a transition can be defined as a process of change, from a beforeness to an afterwards. If the notion of transition is inherent in all

At this year's BERLIN PHOTO WEEK, CHAUSSEE 36 presents two exhibitions that are in dialogue with each other. One is the show "Dancing through Times of Uncertainty" - a duo exhibition with Magnum photographer Inge Morath (1923-2002) and Inge Morath Award winner Johanna-Maria Fritz (*1994) on the occasion of Magnum Photo's 75th anniversary. On the other hand, the solo exhibition "Updating a Family Album" by the famous Iranian photographer Malekeh Nayiny (b. 1955).  "Dancing through Times of Uncertainty." The works of Inge

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