Photos of political conflict and changing social orders. On view through January 29, 2016 at Deutsche Börse headquarters, Eschborn/Germany.
In the exhibition 'Traces of Disorder' Anne-Marie Beckmann, curator of the Art Collection Deutsche Börse, puts photographic works from the Art Collection Deutsche Börse on display. The images deal with traces of political conflict and disrupted or changing social orders.
'Traces of Disorder' comprises some 140 works from 18 international artists including groups of works from classic photojournalists such as Barbara Klemm, Philip Jones Griffiths and Anja Niedringhaus. With a feel for the photographic moment and a personal visual language, they create complex images with balanced composition, documenting violent conflict and everyday life in controversial political systems.
The exhibition also shows works by artists who are breaking new ground in critical documentary, including Richard Mosse, Simon Norfolk and Julian Röder. They consciously use aesthetic techniques such as perspective, cropping and colouring to set themselves apart from the everyday flood of images and encourage the perplexed viewer to look more closely.
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