C/O Teens Workshop: Aus dem Nichts

C/O Teens Workshop

Out of nowhere: Analogue photography

24./25 November 2018, 11:00–16:30, 14–17 years
Team: Marc Volk and Frauke Menzinger

Cosmos at Neue Schule für Fotografie

Kosmos, Einblicke, Neue Schule für Fotografie Berlin

Eva Bertram, Ben Chislett, Ulrich Hagel, Susanne Holschbach, Georg Jaenisch, Bertram Kober, Ute Lindner, Maren Mittentzwey, Bodo Müller, Natascha Pötz, Eckart Pscheidl-Jeschke, Arne Reinhardt, Manfred Schmalriede, Ina Schröder, Marc Volk

A considerable part of our work is clearly dedicated to our students. Nevertheless, the creative and diverse team running the show behind the scenes of Neue Schule für Fotografie is composed of more than a dozen photographers, artists and experts in their fields. We all have other jobs and work on our own projects. Some of us travel a lot, and we cover very different areas of photography and art in and beyond Berlin.

This exhibition gives a small insight into our own work not only to the general public, but also to our students, colleagues, and any enthusiasts fascinated by the wide range of applicability of our medium.

Presentation at conference of DFA

Lecture and presentation at the annual conference of the Deutsche Fotografische Akademie (DFA) on 22 April 2018 from 2 pm in the NRW-Forum in Düsseldorf.

Perspectives #3 at Neue Schule für Fotografie

Perspectives #3 at Neue Schule für Fotografie
curated by Marc Volk

Linus Dessecker, Yasmin Opielok Enge, Hengame Hosseini, Maria Jauregui Ponte, Saskia Uppenkamp

Five former students of the Neue Schule für Fotografie show their current photographic work in Perspectives # 3: commissioned photographs for magazines, documentary book projects, subjective picture narrations, spontaneous portraits and conceptual art. In this diversity, the exhibition reflects the range of photography studies at our school.

Photo: Hengame Hosseini

Dirty Neighbors at FO.KU.S in Innsbruck

Dirty Neighbors, Drive Drove Driven, Cars in Contemporary Photography, FO.KU.S, Innsbruck

For over 100 years, the car has determined the everyday lives of people, fascinated and polarized as a cult object or environmental killer. In contemporary art, international photographers have made the subject of the car manifold.
Cars are projection surfaces for wishes, symbols for freedom, design wonders and erotic status symbols. In contemporary art, it is always central image subject such as Andy Warhol or Gabriel Orozco.
In the exhibition, curated by Matthias Harder for Omaha, Nebraska, and adapted for the FO.KU.S, the range of today’s artistic approaches is exemplarily presented with completely different individual works and picture series. It shows a multi-layered image of society in our automotive present, away from the gloss of advertising photography, a kaleidoscope between fascination and criticism. The exhibition focuses on the way into a highly technical but uncertain mobile future.

Unendlich, Final exhibition at Neue Schule für Fotografie

Unendlich, Abschlussausstellung #24
Abschlussklassen betreut von Eva Maria Ocherbauer, Bertram Kober und Marc Volk

Alicia Louisot, Charlotte Eberwein, Kim Lara Ehmer, Markus Feicht und Rahel Preisser.

Foto: Kim Lara Ehmer

Dirty Neighbors at Kommunale Galerie Berlin

Dirty Neighbors, Drive Drove Driven, Cars in Contemporary Photography, curated by Dr. Matthias Harder, Kommunale Galerie Berlin