In August 1987 Fotogalerie Friedrichshain presented an important group exhibition, “One Day in Berlin”, which constituted a rich visual portrait of our then divided city. Participating in the exhibition were such renowned photographers as Sybille Bergemann, Harald Hauswald, Barbara Koeppe, Eberhard Kloeppel and many more. The popularity was evident as long lines of visitors formed in front of the gallery, waiting to see the exhibition. Just two years later, the Wall fell and since then Berlin has undergone and continues to undergo dramatic changes.
What stories has the city of today to tell, after 30 years have passed? How does the current multifaceted Berlin look like? The group exhibition "One Day in Berlin - 30 Years Later" will present different perspectives from international photographers selected by a renowned jury, whose series capture the most relevant and urgent issues. The exhibition will be an occasion to reflect on the future development of Berlin.
Fotogalerie Friedrichshain is accepting applications from interested photographers until June 15, 2017. A maximum of 20 photos, not older than 2015, can be sent per WeTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helsingforser Platz 1