From 7 July to 23 September, the C/O Berlin presents the exhibition Wim Wenders. Sofort Bilder – comprising a selection of 240 Polaroids by the internationally acclaimed director. The showcase was curated by Felix Hoffmann and Anna Duque y González.
Particularly since shooting his film Alice in the Cities, Wim Wenders considers the Polaroid camera an essential working tool. In the 1970s, he used instant photography to keep a visual diary, document the filming process or simply experiment. During this time, he created thousands of Polaroids: taken in Europe, the United States and many other parts of the world, they range from travel photographs to actor portraits and on-set snapshots. The exhibition at the C/O Berlin now features selected excerpts from this extraordinary collection of images.
On 8 July, Wim Wenders will discuss his work in an artist talk with journalist and producer Andrea Thilo – the event takes place at Berlin’s Delphi Filmpalast, starting at 12.00.
For further details visit C/O Berlin