The Collection Regard of Berlin presents ‘Barbara Wolff – Photographs – In One’s Own Account’. On view from September 8 through December 8, 2017.
The exhibition shows several photographic cycles of Barbara Wolff’s oeuvre.
One could speak of a small retrospective. In a quasi-work-chronological order we present extracts from her Dadaist collages and montages, experimental ‘photographic explorations’ in negative-positive exposures and multiple exposures (‘Translucents’), a tableau about the Brandenburg Gate in 1985, Barbara Wolff's biographical work from East and West Germany, a long-term project from the Brandenburg village Sechzehneichen as well as the latest work with the large format camera.
Barbara Wolff, born in 1951 in Kyritz in the Prignitz region of the State of Brandenburg, is the daughter of photographer Werner Hinz. She went on to study photography at the Academy of Fine Arts, Leipzig. After graduating she worked as a freelance illustrator, photographer, and designer. During this period her style is defined by photographic collages and montages. Between 1982 and 1985 she lived in the village of Sechzehneichen in Brandenburg, where she pursued a personal, long term project about the village and its inhabitants.
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