Blick in die Zeit \u002D Alter und Altern im photographischen Portät
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Blick in die Zeit - Alter und Altern im photographischen Portät

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Over 170 photographic works from more than 100 years will be brought together in this exhibition to
a multi-layered portrayal of old age and ageing. The
exhibited works by 18 international photographers come not only from the in-house
not only from the in-house holdings of the Photographic Collection/SK Stiftung Kultur,
but are supplemented by loans from national and international museums, galleries and estates,
galleries and estates.
Classical positions such as those of August Sander or Imogen Cunningham will be on display
contemporary works such as the series by Natalya Reznik or Jess T.
Dugan. How life circumstances and life experience are inscribed in faces and attitudes is
are shown in the works of Albrecht Fuchs, Martin Rosswog and Wilhelm Schürmann.
Schürmann. And while John Coplans takes a look at himself and his own ageing body
aging body, Cindy Sherman reflects in the exhibited work on what the physical
what the physical traces of age can mean for female role models. Long-term projects
such as those by Andreas Mader, Christian Borchert, Deanna Dikeman and Larry Sultan
address changes in family relationships over the course of time. The existential
human experiences such as saying goodbye and death often go hand in hand with age
aspects that are also impressively addressed in the exhibition by Daniel Schumann, for example.
taken up in the exhibition.
With works by Christian Borchert, John Coplans, Imogen Cunningham, Deanna Dikeman,
Jess T. Dugan, Albrecht Fuchs, Katja Kerstin Hock, Manfred Jade, Evi Lemberger/Maria
Göckeritz, Andreas Mader, Helga Paris, Natalya Reznik, Martin Rosswog, August Sander,
Cindy Sherman, Daniel Schumann, Wilhelm Schürmann and Larry Sultan.

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Montag: 14:00 - 19:00
Dienstag: 14:00 - 19:00
Donnerstag: 14:00 - 19:00
Freitag: 14:00 - 19:00
Samstag: 14:00 - 19:00
Sonntag: 14:00 - 19:00
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