FOTODOKS: Festival for Contemporary Documentary Photography
A house is a house is a house
From today for four weeks, the FOTODOKS: Festival for Contemporary Documentary Photography — A house is a house is a house will present its tenth edition: A group exhibition with an interdisciplinary accompanying program and an extensive publication. Together, the contributions reflect the current understanding of home. Twelve photo projects, often developed over many years and shaped by personal experience, and the multi-perspective festival program with lectures, readings, and discussions, open up to the audience a broader perception of this dense and multifaceted social space.
A house is a house is a house is dedicated to current perceptions of home and refers to social inequality that is increasing due to the colonial, patriarchal, and capitalist power structures that exist around the world.
Exhibition with Emine Akbaba (Germany), Dannielle Bowman (USA), Cyprien Clément-Delmas and Lindokuhle Sobekwa (France, South Africa), Buck Ellison (USA), Nanna Heitmann (Germany/Russia), Sohrab Hura (India), Jochen Lempert (Germany), Noelle Mason (USA), Drew Nikonowicz (USA), Now You See Me Moria (Spain/ Afghanistan/ Syria), Arzu Sandal (Germany), and Henk Wildschut (Netherlands).
Accompanying program with Gürsoy Doğtaş, Sebastian Gansriegler (Auslöser Magazin), Filmscreening DOK.fest meets FOTODOKS, Max Houghton, Jörg Koopmann, Franziska Kunze, Christiane Mudra, Anna Schneider, Sonja Pham, Matthias Ziegler, and exhibiting photographers.
FOTODOKS: Festival for Contemporary Documentary Photography — A house is a house is a house
June 7th to July 4th, 2021
Tuesdays to Sundays from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
An extensive exhibition catalog will be published as part of the project free of charge and serves as a guide through the exhibition as well as for further reading.
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