Exhibitions at CHAUSSEE 36 PHOTO FOUNDATION
CHAUSSEE 36 Photo Foundation is thrilled to present the solo exhibition "Tokyo is Yours" by the Australian photographer Meg Hewitt, featuring the artist’s work for the first time in Germany.
Meg Hewitt, born in 1973 in Sydney, Australia, studied sculpture, painting and media. Since 2010 she has dedicated herself to photography.
"Tokyo is Yours" is a black-and-white series that came into being between 2015 and 2017 during her travels through Tokyo. The cycle shows Hew… more
From window views to windows on view
"Photography is a window" according to the French writer and poet Michel Butor.
The glossy photographic print and its margin as well as the act of photographing, of framing a moment of reality, are reminiscent of the rectangular frame of a window. The camera itself reminds us of this analogy. Likewise the glass lens of the camera draws parallels to a skylight window, the glass lens functioning primarily to let varying degrees of light through. These fundamental, often banal opening… more
Heinz Hajek-Halke's Light Graphic & new Pioneers
On the occasion of the European Month of Photography in Berlin, the Heinz Hajek-Halke Estate presents its first exhibition at CHAUSSEE 36 PHOTO FOUNDATION.
The group exhibition "Beyond the Photographic" is dedicated to light graphics (1950-1960s) of Heinz Hajek-Halke in dialogue with emerging pioneers of the abstract image. Heinz Hajek-Halke (1898 - 1983) is one of the most important photographic artists of the 20th century with an extensive and entirely experimental body of work. F… more
CHAUSSEE 36 Photo Foundation showcases two exhibitions for this year's BERLIN PHOTO WEEK. The exhibitions were conceived parallel to one another, making room for dialogue between them. The first exhibition, "Dancing through Times of Uncertainty", presents the works of Magnum photographer Inge Morath (1923-2002) and Johanna-Maria Fritz (*1994), recipient of the Inge Morath Award, to commemorate Magnum Photo's 75th anniversary. "Updating a Family Album" is the second … more
Malekeh Nayiny is one of the most prominent Iranian photographers of our time. Nayiny left Iran to study but was unable to return home when the Iranian Revolution struck. She was finishing up her BFA at Syracuse University in New York when her family advised her to stay abroad. She enrolled in an Advanced Photography Course at the International Center of Photography and later continued her studies in Paris where she currently resides.
"Updating A Family Album" consists of digitally r… more
Ukrainian Women Photographers Organization fundraiser exhibition
CHAUSSEE 36 PHOTO FOUNDATION is pleased to present its inaugural fundraiser exhibition In the Name of Freedom in collaboration with the Ukrainian Women Photographers Organization . This exhibition is a fundraiser at its core. The proceeds from sold photographs, drinks and snacks will be directed in full to the Berlin-based Be an Angel Organization , which has been supporting refugees since 2015. In the Name of Freedom responds to the war and puts fo… more
30th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall
Karin Székessy zählt zu den wichtigsten europäischen Fotografinnen seit den 1960er Jahren. In kongenialer Zusammenarbeit mit ihrem Mann, dem Maler, Grafiker und Bildhauer Paul Wunderlich, entwickelte sie einen eigenen unverwechselbaren fotografischen Stil, der tief in den Mythen und in der Kunstgeschichte verwurzelt ist. Neben den Portraits, Landschaften, Stilleben und den Reportagen sind es Karin Székessys Aktfotografien, mit denen sie international berühmt wurde … more
Aesthetics of Desire in Advertising / Eine Ästhetik des Begehrens in der Werbung