THE BROWSE FOTO FESTIVAL “Between the Lines”
THE BROWSE “LOCAL EDITION”
June 02 – June 30, 2012
PROFESSIONAL WEEK AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS
June 18 – June 23, 2012
“LOCAL EDITION” June 02 – June 30, 2012
LOCATION: Festival zone I Bergmann-Kiez, Berlin Kreuzberg
Display of 50 decentralized photo exhibitions of different genres by German and international photographers based in Berlin
The Browse Gallery, Marheineke Market Hall Festival Office and Local Edition walkthrough catalogue: Display of 1 image of each decentralized exhibit
50 locations in the vibrant inner-city area of the famous Bergmannstraße in Berlin Kreuzberg
PROFESSIONAL WEEK & INTERNATIONAL PHOTO EXHIBITIONS
Location: June 18 – June 23, 2012
Festival zone II "Creative Quarter" in the historical media district
between Jewish Museum, Willy Brandt House, Friedrichstr. and Checkpoint Charlie
Location: The Browse Photo Festival – Temporary Arena (covered showroom & outside area)
Photo exhibitions, photography and storytelling, multimedia presentations etc., i.e.:
NOOR: Consequences and Solutions – photo reportages of 10 NOOR photographers on global climate change, dpa exhibition: the 18 best photos of dpa photographers 2011, winner of internal competition, Preview: Black. Light Project: Reality by merging words, photographs, and drawings, West Africa, The Charles-Taylor-Wars.
Professional Week with educational and business platforms and meeting area,
portfolio viewings, workshops, panel discussions, meet, greet & eat, evening entertainment (award party and performances i.e. Titanic Boy Group, Fète de la Musique)
Location: The Factory Forum (event hall)
Exhibition: NOOR – Profile, Portrait of the photographer`s collective and foundation, individual portraits and sample work of some of the world’s finest photo journalists
Location: Willy Brandt House
Exhibition - Winner of the World Press Photo Award 2011
The Browse Gallery Photo Award, The Browse Brennpunkt Award,
The Browse Titanic Award, TEDDY FOTO AWARD
50 business partners for decentral exhibitions (bars, hotels, galleries), Brennpunkt (Fotografie-Magazin), Lok.a.Motion GmbH Forum Berufsbildung (educational center) und Forum Factory ,Teddy e.V. Teddy Award),dpa (Deutsche Presse Agentur), dju (Deutsche Journalisten Union), Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Bezirksmuseum Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Freundeskreis Willy-Brandt-Haus e.V. , Black Light Project, Zapf Umzüge, modulor GmbH, Pinoccio Autovermietung
Blue Media Company, BBK - Kulturwerk, cine+ media service, Berliner Großmarkt GmbH, Dussman – Das Kulturkaufhaus, Titanic –Magazin, Times Media Group, Foto-Agentur Voller Ernst, Spreequell, Tammen & Partner
CONTACT & MORE INFO:
Phone +49 15208801651
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