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Major art exhibitions and vernissages - here you will find important announcements and detailed follow-up reports on the most important events. We inform you about national and international fairs and photo festivals. Immerse yourself in the world of photography and travel with us to the biggest events!

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Ferhat Bouda's impressive images give us an insight into the everyday life of the indigenous ethnic groups in North Africa. The Algerian photographer has been documenting the everyday life of the Imazighen for over a decade. In the exhibition FERHAT BOUDA. PHOTOGRAPHS AND DIARIES, in addition to images of the life and survival of fragile cultures in North Africa, there are also photographs from Frankfurt am Main.

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WhiteWall - Partner of the Circulation(s) festival 2022

Circulation(s), organized by the Fetart collective, has successfully established itself as one of the major events of the photography scene in Europe. Combining exhibitions, workshops, portfolio readings and meetings with artists in an equally artistic venue in the heart of Paris.

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40th anniversary of the Cologne-based photo agency laif

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Cologne-based photo agency laif, the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln (MAKK) is showing an exhibition of 40 positions of documentary and journalistic photography from 1981 to 2021.

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WhiteWall - Partner of Paris Photo 2021

WhiteWall is a partner of Paris Photo, a major event in the photographic art world, which will take place at the Grand Palais Ephémère in Paris. For this year's Paris Photo, exhibitors, artists and gallerists from around the world will once again come together to showcase historical and contemporary works and discover new talent.

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To Create a Portrait of Germany, Carsten Sander Trusts WhiteWall

Carsten Sander removes people from all societal context and takes their portrait in front of a uniform backdrop. The project HEIMAT. Deutschland - Deine Gesichter (“HOMELAND. Germany – Your Faces“)