8th Triennial of Photography Hamburg COMING SOON! May – September 2021

[HOME]

on belonging, safety, migration and nomadism


Curated by Stefan Rahner & Nico Baumgarten

This group exhibition will be shown in public spaces in cooperation with the Altonaer Museum from 8 June to 26 August 2018.

Jorge Taboada  „alta densidad“
Jorge Taboada „alta densidad“

[Home], a group exhibition, takes a critical look at the place and feeling of “being at home”. In order to make these topics accessible to a wider audience, large parts of the exhibition will be presented in public spaces – in purpose-built pavilions. Other works from a photographic project by students at the HAW will also be on display in the Altonaer Museum.

The artists involved in the exhibition include both professional and amateur photographers from a wide range of backgrounds. In her work entitled “Country without Parents”, Andrea Diefenbach has spent several years investigating the problems of labour migration in Moldavia. Jorge Taboada’s work “Alta Densidad” describes how the suburbs of Mexico’s large industrial cities have emerged to be so extremely anonymous. Gineke de Rooij has documented her own home: ADM is the largest remaining squat in the Netherlands. Joseph Maher came to Germany from Homs several years ago. In his photographs we see his personal story of great upheaval, very different from the usual visual stereotypes of fleeing and migration. Three homeless people from Hamburg documented their everyday lives with the camera.

Pavillon 1 - Deichtorhallen

JANET DELANEY South of Market 1978–1986/SoMa Now
ANDY DONALDSON Terrible Real Estates Agent Photographs
OLAF SOBCZAK/RASANDE TYSKAR/CP KRENKLER Esso-Häuser 

Pavillon 2 – Marco-Polo-Terassen, Hafencity

JORGE TABOADA Alta Densidad
COOPERATIVA SUB Hinter verschlossenen Toren
GINEKE DE ROOIJ ADM 

Pavillon 3 – Große Bergstraße / Ecke Altonaer Poststraße, Altona

ANDREA DIEFENBACH Land ohne Eltern
JOSEPH MAHER Homs – Moers
K.S., G.R., M.C., S.S.: In Hamburg zuhause
 

Exhibition Venue Altonaer Museum

Works by students from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences 
ANTONIO ADAM- Ideas of Shelter
EVAN BERG - [ohne Titel]
SIGNE HELDT - 539 Osdorfer Born
MARIE HOFFMANN & TERESA PISTORIUS - 350 Lumen
HASIBE LESMANN - Am Wasser