The Pixel Project, documenting Germany’s Ruhr Region, has been expanded: ‘New Additions 2019/2020’ will be on display at the Gelsenkirchen Science Park until November 13, 2020, and can also be viewed online.
Architectural buildings, then and now; fashions and their interpretations through the ages; work places and events that have shaped communal life: ‘Pixelprojekt Ruhrgebiet’ is an initiative founded in 2003 with the aim of compiling a visual chronicle of Germany’s Ruhr Region.
The ever-growing platform has now been expanded by 21 new series, created by Bernd Arnold, Karl Banski, Benito Barajas, Jochen Eckel, Amina Falah, Robert Freise, Werner Freise, Wolfgang Fröhling, Haiko Hebig, Andreas Hölz, Peter Iwers, Brigitte Kraemer, Fatih Kurceren, Hendrik Lietmann, Stefanie Pluta, Edwin Rach, Janosch Rauter, Allan Schmidt, Michael Schulz, and Claudia Thoelen.
The newly added works are on display at the Gelsenkirchen Science Park until November 13, 2020. They can also be viewed online at www.pixelprojekt-ruhrgebiet.de, where more than 500 series by over 300 photographers have been thematically and chronologically archived, and made available to the public.
For further information visit Pixelprojekt Ruhrgebiet