The 8th Triennial of Photography Hamburg presents 77 international artists in 12 exhibitions focusing on the leitmotif "Currency". Between May 20 and September 18, 2022, the multi-venue exhibition can be experienced across ten Hamburg museums and art institutions. The exhibitions will be accompanied by numerous events and a multi-day festival, which will take place from June 2 to 6, 2022. WhiteWall has been an official partner of the Deichtorhallen Hamburg since 2020. In 2022, the partnership was extended to include the 8th Triennal of Photography Hamburg, with WhiteWall producing three of the 12 exhibitions. For more information on the 8th Triennial of Photography Hamburg, please click >>here<<.
Interview with Dirk Luckow, General Director of the exhibition "Currency. Photography Beyond Capture"
Currency. Photography Beyond the Capture in the Halle für aktuelle Kunst - Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Photo: Henning Rogge - people looking at gallery walls in the Halle für aktuelle Kunst.
At the Halle für aktuelle Kunst, "Currency. Photography Beyond Capture" explores conceptual approaches to photography in the "retinal age." Works by 29 international artists are linked together, offering a series of entry points for reconceptualizing the relationship between knowledge and the medium of photography.
A retrospective of the Hamburg fashion and advertising photographer Charlotte March at the Sammlung Falckenberg - Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Photo: Henning Rogge - a woman looking at Charlotte March´s images.
The large-scale exhibition of Charlotte March's (1929-2005) work focuses on the hitherto little-known pieces of the Hamburg-based photographer, who is renowned for her fashion and advertising photography. The estate consisting of nearly 7000 works has been part of the Sammlung Falckenberg since 2006. The exhibition is curated by Goesta Diercks and Dirk Luckow in cooperation with Manju Sawhney.
Behind The Scenes in PHOXXI – Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Photo: Henning Rogge - people going through the exhibition hall PHOXXI.
In the two-part exhibition "Behind the Scenes" at the temporary Haus der Photographie PHOXXI, Christoph Irrgang documents the F.C. Grundlach Collection in transition, while Photonews editors Anna Gripp and Denis Brudna explore the international photography fair Paris Photo as a "stock exchange" in the world of photography.