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Please note: the KulturMarktHalle is closed until further notice. This measure is intended to help contain the spread of coronavirus. We appreciate your understanding.

EXHIBITION EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 4TH 2020! NEW OPENING HOURS: WED 3-7 PM, THU 3.30-7 PM, FRI-MON 3-7 PM

FEBRUARY 15TH – MARCH 1ST 2020 WED-SUN 1-7 PM

(1-6 pm on February 27th)

KMH KULTURMARKTHALLE, Hanns-Eisler-Str. 93, 10409 Berlin

Opening


Friday, February 14th, 2020 at 7 pm

Speakers:

Maik Walter Director of the Gilberto-Bosques-Volkshochschule Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg

Ann-Christine Jansson Fotojournalist, concept and realisation

Valentina Sartori Visual artist, KMH exhibition team

Live music: LUNDT


Workshop Discussion (in German)


Thursday, February 20th, 2020 at 5 pm
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Walking through the exhibition and talking about their photographic work:

Tatiana Abarzúa (#righttorepair)

Doris Bulach (Sustainable agriculture)

Niclas Förster (Of brooms and brushes)

René Greffin (Eat My Fear)

Andreas Helle (Allotment gardens are political)

Britta Indorf (Plastic free for future)

Matthias Stange (“Carrots, anyone?”)

Reinhardt Stuhr (Upcycling with Ulla)

Matthias Wilhelm (“Those who reap the whirlwind…”)


Vegan Lunch


Sunday, February 23rd, 2020 1 - 5 pm

Taking part: Britta Indorf (Concept and realisation), Tatiana Abarzúa, Niclas Förster, René Greffin, Nicole Kwiatkowski.

As the number of participants is limited to 20, please register at info@footprints-reportage.de by 20.02.2020 at the latest. Participation on a donation basis.


Closing


Sunday, March 1st, 2020 at 7 pm

We look back at the ups and downs of our time together and shed light on the challenges of photojournalism (in German).

Moderation and presentation: Norah Allen and Reinhardt Stuhr

Live music: SKIRT


We chose this exhibition space because we were inspired by the idea and the initiative behind it: a space that has been idle for a long time is revived and transformed. The strong commitment of many individuals enables the connection of neighbourly and cultural life and makes a new way of meeting possible.