Until 14 Nov 2005. Based around a central 8-week exhibition in the stunning halls of the Martin-Gropius-Bau, the BPF brings contemporary photography to venues throughout Berlin. After the Fact is the first years theme, aiming to explore new photographic methods able to fuse together fact and fiction. Just as digital technology muscles in on photographic expression, the documentary approach is experiencing a remarkable renaissance. Conceived and curated by Jan-Erik Lundstrm, Director of the Swedish Bildmuseet Ume, the exhibition features the work of around 30 international photographers. Further exhibitions and presentations taking place during the festival will be accompanied by workshops, lectures, discussions and film screenings.

Admission: 6. Concessions: 3.

Daily 10.00-20.00, Tues closed.

General Info

Address Martin-Gropius-Bau, Niederkirchnerstr. 7 / Corner Stresemannstr. 110, 10963 Berlin Closest metro (U-Bahn): Potsdamer Platz (U2). Tel.+4930254860, info@berlin-photography-festival.de.

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Berlin Photography Festival 2005

Martin-Gropius-Bau, Niederkirchnerstr. 7 / Corner Stresemannstr. 110, 10963 Berlin Closest metro (U-Bahn): Potsdamer Platz (U2). Tel.+4930254860, info@berlin-photography-festival.de.

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