Actual Colours May Vary presents Bubble & Scrape /// Contours of personal utopias

Actual Colours May Vary presents Bubble & Scrape /// Contours of personal utopias

As part of the first "Monat der Fotografie-OFF“ – the Berlin equivalent to the Parisian Mois de la Photo-OFF – the exhibition "Bubble & Scrape“ examines personal utopias:
In Hobbledehoy British photographer Ed Alcock provides an intimate insight into the relationship between a mother and child, his wife and son – and, by observing this fleeting childhood, allows himself and the viewer to re-visit this magical time.
In her series The Other Side German photographer Jenny Fitz explores the clash of ideals and everyday life and the resulting absurdity on a farm in New Zealand.
In 2010 Tom Griggs immigrated to Medellín, Colombia, his wife’s hometown. His project untitled (City of Eternal Spring) asks if immigration can be a utopian ideal of tabula rasa and explores the possibility of truly being reborn midlife.
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Fri, 7 Nov, 20.00h
8 Nov 201420 Nov 2014

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