- Michał Iwanowski, from the series Go Home Polish, 2018
- Aàdesokan, from the series Waste Identity: Bola Bola Living, 2020
- Mashid Mohadjerin, 1934, from the series Freedom is Not Free, 2021
Courtesy FOMU Antwerp
- Misha Vallejo Prut, Uchuputu, from the series Secret Sarayaku, 2019
- Maria Sturm, Stone eats pillar, Brione, 2021, from the series How to Kill a Tree, 2021–ongoing
The Biennial for Contemporary Photography continues in Mannheim, Ludwigshafen and Heidelberg until May 22, 2022.
Under the heading ‘From Where I Stand’, the Biennial for Contemporary Photography (continuing until May 22, 2022) explores the junctures between art, journalism and activism. The showcased works, which were selected by Dutch curator Iris Sikking, predominantly focus on the human and technological impact on the natural world, and the social consequences this entails.
Around 40 international artists, photographers and collectives share their stance on a number of different global crises. The majority of exhibits are long-term projects from the field of in-depth documentary photography based on personal research and individual experiences. As well as conveying their own point of view, the artists collaborated and with topic-specific experts whose perspectives are also reflected in the resulting works.
The Biennial encompasses six exhibitions, on view in six venues in Mannheim, Ludwigshafen and Heidelberg, along with installations at the Heidelberg and Mannheim Central Train Stations.
For further details visit Biennial for Contemporary Photography