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Festival Opening PHOTOSZENE - Festival Cologne

Hosted by the Consul of the Cologne Photography Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 21 Sep 15:45 - 18:00

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Dear Groupmembers,

let us to meet at the "Photoszene-Festival" Cologne.


16:00 Peter Gowland's Girls: Charme der Protected content America and the world of glamours on the beaches from Los Angeles to Malibu. Speaker: Mareike Fänger

19:00 Opening Event

Am 21.08. Protected content Museum will celebrate Photobooks too.

If you like, you could see the photo-projects of the Festival here: Protected content

The Photoszene Festival Protected content dedicated to the photo book on the first weekend and starts with the presentation of the renowned Photobook Award and Dummy Award of the Fotobookfestival Kassel by the photo book expert Markus Schaden (The PhotoBookMuseum). Directly afterwards there will be the Photo Book Quartet.

20: Protected content Erik Kessels as Special Guest.

Admission is free as part of the Opening Event of the Photoszene Festival!

It would be wonderful, if we meet again!

Best regards,

P. S. General information about PHOTOSCENE

The non-profit association Internationale Photoszene Köln exists to promote art photography, its aim being to permanently strengthen Cologne as a location for photography.
For more than 30 years, the Photoszene-Festival organised by the association has been taking place biannually, alongside the photokina fair.

Photoszene is looking forward to many high-profile photography exhibitions for example in the Museum Ludwig, in the Photografische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur in the Forum für Fotorafie, in the Galerie Parrotta Contemporary Art, in the Kunsträume der Michael Horbach Siftung, in the CityPavillon at the Antoniterkirche, in the Christuskirche, in the Kartäuserkirche and in many others galleries and art spaces of the city.

The festival also features the fourth issue of the magazine L.Fritz. The main topic of will be "The Future of Photography". Based on the rapid change that the medium has undergone in the last two decades, L. Fritz asks for the reasons and the exact effects and dares to look ahead.