Kindheit geht vorüber und bleibt- Group Exhibition

with Annette Lofy, Eva von Schirach, Linn Schröder
Three photographic takes on childhood as construction and as fact:
Annette Lofy: Citykids...
.. take them and put them on the countryside then see what happens. Inside turns out. A psychological search for liveliness or simply the complicity of truth and pureness.
Eva von Schirach: Das werde ich dir büßen!
In the garden of childhood, there’s only you and me. If you don’t follow the rules, then I won’t either. Stay. Dig in.
Linn Schröder: Ich denke auch Familienbilder
Family pictures are pictures of memory. But family pictures can also be the pictures we make of a family. As such, it is an intellectual concept, a visually conceived network of emotions that lends expression to a certain notion of familial togetherness.
Ann Lofy studied art and photography at Berlin’s UdK and set design at Filmuniversität Babelsberg Konrad Wolf followed by graduate studies at the Ostkreuzschule. Since 2017, she has been a professor at Kunstuniversität Graz teaching film and photography.
Eva von Schirach holds a master’s degree in European ethnology and works as a freelancer as a photographer, curator, writer, and lecturer with a focus on children’s rights.
Linn Schröder has been a member of Ostkreuz-Agentur since 2004. The series  Ich denke auch Familienbilder has been shown in various cities around the world, including Paris and Rome. She has won numerous awards, including the Zeitmagazin Fotopreis.
Tue, 11 Sep, 12.00h
24 Aug 20185 Oct 2018
Fotogalerie Friedrichshain
Helsingforser Platz 1, 10243 Berlin

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