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Materials to Download

Triennial of Photography Hamburg press kit (Dropbox link)

Press releases for satellite shows (Dropbox link)

Festival guide

Timeline

Press release, 10 March 2015

Exhibitions and instiutions, 10 March 2015

Calender of events, 10 March 2015

Leaflet

Press release, September 12 2014

CV for Krzysztof Candrowicz

Concept of the 6th Triennial of Photography

Krzysztof Candrowicz
Krzysztof Candrowicz

Krzysztof Candrowicz
Krzysztof Candrowicz

The images on this site may be used only for non-commercial editorial press purposes in conjunction with the exhibitions and programs of the 6th Triennial of Photography Hamburg. Images must be reproduced with notice of attribution, and the party reproducing the images may not distort, mutilate, or otherwise modify the images. Please let us know your choice of images via email at assistent@phototriennale.de and we will send you high-resolution images immediately.

THE DAY WILL COME WHEN WATER MATTERS
Bucerius Kunst Forum, 13 June - 20 Sept 2015

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mediterranean Sea, Cassis II, 1989, DZ-Bank Kunstsammlung, © Hiroshi Sugimoto
Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mediterranean Sea, Cassis II, 1989
Z-Bank Art Collection © Hiroshi Sugimoto


Robert Longo, Untitled (Dragon‘s Head), 2005
from the series Monsters, DZ Bank Kunstsammlung
 VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2015

THE DAY WILL COME WHEN THERE IS HOPE
Hamburger Kunsthalle, 19 June - 13. Sept 2015

Eva Leitolf, Überfahrt, Melilla-Almería, Mittelmeer 2009, aus der Serie: Postcards from Europe, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2015
Eva Leitolf, Crossing, Melilla-Almería, Mittelmeer 2009 
from the series: Postcards from Europe, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2015

Adrian Paci, Centro di Permanenza temporanea, 2007, Sammlung Deutsche Bank © Courtesy the artist, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich, Kaufmann & repetto, Mailand
Adrian Paci, Centro di Permanenza temporanea, 2007
Deutsche Bank Collection © Courtesy the artist,
Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich, Kaufmann & repetto, Mailand

THE DAY WILL COME WHEN MAN FALLS
Deichtorhallen Hamburg/ Haus der Photographie, 19 June - 06 Sept 2015

Phillip Toledano, Upper-East-Side-Party, aus der Serie: Confrontations, 2012 – heute, © Phillip Toledano
Phillip Toledano, Untitled, 2013 from the series:
Maybe, 2012 – today, © Phillip Toledano

Phillip Toledano, Nikki, aus der Serie: A New Kind of Beauty, 2008 – 2010, © Phillip Toldedano
Phillip Toledano, Nikki, from the series:
A New Kind of Beauty, 2008 – 2010, © Phillip Toldedano

THE DAY WILL COME WHEN WE SHARE MORE THAN EVER
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 19 June - 20 Sept 2015


Penelope Umbrico, Signals Still, 2011 © Penelope Umbrico
Penelope Umbrico, Signals Still, 2011 © Penelope Umbrico
 

Ateliers D. Wettern und Hans Wettern, Cartes de visite, 1894-1904, © Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
Ateliers D. Wettern und Hans Wettern, Cartes de visite
1894-1904, © Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

THE DAY WILL COME WHEN THE PAST MEETS THE FUTURE

Altonaer Museum, 19 June - 22 Nov 2015
Quiet peasants and sturdy fishermen? Northern Germany in Photography

Emil Puls, Besatzung des Fischdampfers Kersten Miles, um 1920 © Emil Puls/ Sammlung Altonaer Museum
Emil Puls, crew of the trawler Kersten Miles, around 1920
© Emil Puls/ Altonaer Museum Collection

Emil Puls, Kartoffelernte in Dorfmark, Lüneburger Heide, Anfang 20. Jhd © Emil Puls
Emil Puls, patatoe harvest in Dorfmark,
Lüneburger Heide, beginning 20th century
© Emil Puls

Hamburg Museum, 19 June - 18 Okt 2015
Urban Image Change: Hamburg in Photographs 1870 - 1914/ 2014

Georg Koppmann, Zentralviehmarkt Heiligengeistfeld. Erster Teil des Hallenbaues II, 1888 © Georg Koppmann/ Sammlung Hamburg Museum
Georg Koppmann, central cattle market Heiligengeistfeld.
First part of the hall construction II, 1888
© Georg Koppmann/ Hamburg Museum Collection

Wilhelm Weimar, Strieder und Kleemann, 1906 © Wilhelm Weimar/ Sammlung Hamburg Museum
Wilhelm Weimar, Strieder and Kleemann, 1906
© Wilhelm Weimar/ Hamburg Museum Collection

Museum der Arbeit, 19 June - 27 Sept 2015
Fofftein: Living and Working in Hamburg

Germin, Baumwall, 1954 © Germin/ Museum der Arbeit
Germin, Baumwall, 1954
© Germin/ Museum der Arbeit

Thomas Henning, Schulterblatt 1979 © Thomas Henning/ Museum der Arbeit
Thomas Henning, Schulterblatt 1979
© Thomas Henning/ Museum der Arbeit

THE DAY WILL COME WHEN PHOTOGRAPHY REVISES
Kunstverein in Hamburg, 19 June - 13 Sept 2015

Una Szeemann, Ektoplasma, nicht das Ding selbst, sondern der Moment seines Widerspruches, 2014 © Courtesy of the artist
Una Szeemann, Ectoplasm, not the thing itself
but the moment of its contradiction, 2014
© courtesy of the artist

Susanne Kriemann, In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni, 2013 © Susanne Kriemann
Susanne Kriemann, In girum imus nocte et
consumimur igni, 2013 © Susanne Kriemann

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Catherine Balet, Strangers in the light #1, 2009 © Catherine Balet
Catherine Balet, Strangers in the Light #1
2009 © Catherine Balet

Catherine Balet, Strangers in the Light #23, 2010 © Catherine Balet
Catherine Balet, Strangers in the Light #23
2010 © Catherine Balet

Niklas Kullström, #mirrorshot I, © Niklas Kullström
Niklas Kullström, #mirrorshot I
2014 © Niklas Kullström

Erik Kessels, 24 hrs in photos © Erik Kessels
Erik Kessels, 24 hrs in photos
© Erik Kessels

copyright: Birgit Hübner

About

Since 1999, the Triennial of Photography has taken place every three years in Hamburg in collaboration with the city’s major museums, cultural institutions, galleries, and other organizers. Meanwhile, the festival has become an important event throughout Germany and internationally. With a large number of exhibitions under a common theme, it highlights current topics in photography. The festival features conversations with artists, thematic discussions, lectures, portfolio viewings, and an international conference.

The Triennial of Photography originated as an initiative of the photographer and collector F. C. Gundlach. Since 2014, the event has been organized by Deichtorhallen Hamburg GmbH.

The theme of the 7th Triennial of Photography in 2018 will be announced soon.

Krzysztof Candrowicz will serve as artistic director of the upcoming Triennial of Photography for a second time after the festival in 2015.

 

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Project Management
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